This is the horrendously blown fumble call in Patriots-Dolphins game

The New England Patriots were on the wrong end of another controversial fumble call for a second consecutive week.

Boos rained down on the field of Gillette Stadium after NFL officials ruled forward progress on a fumble by Miami Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert. From the looks of the play, it was a clear hit and recovery by the Patriots.

But the officials saw it differently.

The controversial call comes a week after officials failed to rule forward progress on the fourth-quarter fumble by Rhamondre Stevenson in the heartbreaking Week 16 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. So it’s no surprise fans were upset.

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The Patriots did end up stopping the Dolphins on the game-opening drive and scoring on their first possession. However, it still doesn’t change the fact that New England has been a bit unlucky this season in regards to controversial calls on the field.

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Story originally appeared on Patriots Wire