Brandon Spikes’ turnover dance is pretty awesome. While the rest of the players are still piling up and fighting for the ball, Spikes decides to appeal to the football gods by offering up some funky time. Unfortunately, it did not work as it was not ruled a fumble for the Patriots, though New England is still up by 18 in the fourth quarter. Break out the worm next time, Brandon.
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