FOXBOROUGH — Shane Vereen became a fan and went airborne when Kyle Arrington recovered the onside kick that gave New England’s offense the chance to cap yet another improbable comeback.
Vereen’s elation was interrupted by a reminder that it was time to go back to work. There were exactly 60 seconds left, and a game needed to be won.
“I was jumping for joy that we got the ball back . . . and then I realized that we had to go out on offense,” Vereen said. “So I composed myself and went out there.”
Vereen didn’t see the ball on the final drive, but by then he already had set franchise records for a running back: receptions (12) and receiving yards (153) in a game. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.