New England Patriots' Bill Belichick, the league's longest-tenured head coach, repeated his stance Monday that coaches should be allowed to challenge plays under two minutes.

Belichick did so after being asked about a key play in the Minnesota Vikings' thrilling 33-30 overtime victory over the Buffalo Bills, in which Buffalo receiver Gabe Davis' 20-yard catch with 17 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter wasn't reviewed by officials.

NFL senior vice president of officiating Walt Anderson later said the play — which was critical in setting up a tying field goal to send the game into overtime — should have been reviewed and ruled incomplete.

The NFL doesn't allow coaches to challenge plays in the final two minutes before halftime or the end of regulation, in part so they aren't allowed to manipulate challenges strategically to stop the clock.