NFL controversy: New England Patriots' Hunter Henry disputes overturned TD, said this 

By Pragya kumar Bilagar

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After the New England Patriots' 33-26 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday night,

tight end Hunter Henry was baffled by the decision to reverse his 6-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter.

The Vikings' Chandon Sullivan was covering Henry when Mac Jones, the quarterback,

threw a pass near the goal line on a third-and-goal play from the 6-yard line.

Henry lunged for the goal line while holding the ball in both hands.

After a thorough review, the call was changed from being a touchdown to being an incomplete pass.

Assuming a successful point-after attempt, a touchdown would have given the Patriots a 30-23 advantage midway through the third quarter.

Instead, they were content to settle for Nick Folk's 25-yard field goal.

The following 10 points in the game were scored by the Vikings.