VIDEO: Tom Brady Had Jakobi Meyers Pretty Wide Open on Game-Ending 4th-Down Play vs Chiefs

New England Patriots' Tom Brady seemingly passed up Jakobi Meyers for a potential Game-winning TD.
New England Patriots' Tom Brady seemingly passed up Jakobi Meyers for a potential Game-winning TD.

In retrospect, can you blame Tom Brady for this one? With the game on the line late against the Kansas City Chiefs, TB12 decided to target his most trusted receiver in Julian Edelman. It backfired, as the Chiefs were able to bat the ball down and secure the win. But on a second look, did Brady blow it by not looking Jakobi Meyers' way?

As you can see, Brady had Meyers wide open for a split second. Had he looked his way, Meyers would have had the first down and potentially six.

However, the young receiver had two costly drops earlier in the game, which had to have frustrated Brady. With it being fourth down, the QB figured he had to go to a sure-handed target. Edelman wasn't able to make the play, though, and NE couldn't overcome the terrible mistakes made by the refs earlier in the game.

Oh, what could have been for New England.