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Mark Chapman, Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell preview Super Bowl 51 between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons from Houston, Texas.


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It'll be time for these two teams to settle it. He's going to fire

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towards the end zone. Looking downfield...

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CHEERING How did he do that? Were on top.

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Unstoppable! Helen Lander welcome Tuala preview

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show for the Super Bowl between newly Patriots and Atlanta Falcons,

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and where better to host this event than Houston where people reach for

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the stars, Texas, where football is more than just a dream, it is a way

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of life. Football in Texas is religion. Football is everything. It

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is a way of life. Every day they shut down for high school football.

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It does become that family where you share the highs and lows of

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competition. You guys going out today? You know what is going on on

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Sunday, right? It is all right here. No matter what happens, it is going

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to take you far, guys, right? All right, guys.

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APPLAUSE Each of these guys that are playing

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right now they take pride, because they love the game. They come out

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here on the football field and forget all that that goes on

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outside, because on this field, you guys of all the same, you're all

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together and you are all working for a common goal. On the show tonight,

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the half-time performer Lady GaGa struggles to keep her photo pays --

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poker-faced. This was the first argument between me and my bid. The

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Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan and as coordinator explain how their

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relationship was. You have got to reschedule cross. And we will get

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the final thoughts and predictions ahead of the big game from Jason and

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Ose. We go to opening night. The venue is the home of the Houston

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Astros. It is a chance for the board media to meet all those. And to get

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the week off to a successful launch. This is your team, man, and I am

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seeing so many guys coming up and hollering at my boy, Ose. I need

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you, brother. I know that you are out there, to. You have got to come

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down and holler. We have a special audience for you. From the United

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Kingdom. This is the next great pass rusher in the NFL. UK, what's up,

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man? You know the way to beat them, right? You have got to get pressure

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on that quarterback. It is all on you, bro, what are you going to do?

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Well, I myself, Ose is talking to his friends, everyone shaking his

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hands and giving him a hug. UK, this is the man. And you see me, I am

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just over here. You are my friend. Hello, UK, how are you guys doing? I

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am Mr all some! The biggest thing is ball security. Look at the turnover

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and away they get the ball away, superfast. We want to get the ball

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and get upfield as fast as possible. We are taking on one of the fastest

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teams. It is their speed. Who's that? Tom Brady. There is an intense

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focus. Two weeks to prepare. The only thing going on in my life right

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now is preparing for this game. Here we are outside the venue for Super

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Bowl LI, the NRG Stadium lit up in the back run. Congratulations on

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being a professional rather than just going round hugging some people

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in the background. I needed some friends! I was just so happy to be

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there. I was amongst all of my ought friends. I was in a comfortable

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environment. It's a serious point, the Atlanta Falcons don't just want

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to be happy to be here. Did you sense at media day that they were

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not getting carried away, that there's a job to done? It is such a

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young team. For a team that hasn't been there they showed tremendous

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professionalism. They knew exactly what they had to do. They paid me a

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little bit of attention but I had to see that I have a tiger that they

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had. These guys are ready to play. You could see it in Brady as well,

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you could see that focus. They see enough of me. Wow, when they came on

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and came on the stage, I sense something different, like this team

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had a different focus. It was very fine, like, fine June. We will look

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at the Patriots later. We will start by focusing on the Atlanta Falcons,

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and this is how they reached Super Bowl LI. There is no love lost

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secrets held between the Falcons and the Saints. 40, 45, 50, touchdown,

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Atlanta! Touchdown, Atlanta. Four touchdown passes in the first half.

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That will lock up fast. The fellows in the Black hats have gone surging

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into the postseason. Here we go. On the 7-yard line. With the catch, and

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the touchdown! Ryan throws, and touchdown. The Falcons fly to the

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NFC title game. I don't know if you have seen a matchup with two

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quarterbacks like this playing in an NFC game. It is going to take all of

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us, everyone together, let's get this wind. Touchdown! Mohamed Sanu.

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He will play through. The ball is loose. Atlanta Redfern with

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problems. Ryan wants to grow, Julio Jones in Green Bay territory,

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touchdown. I would say that they closed this house in high style

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today. Dan Quinn has taken Atlanta to the Super Bowl. All the attention

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going into this game, and it has been this week, if you watch any of

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the US channels, it is all about the Falcons' offense which has been the

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best in the NFL this season. They have turned it up another level,

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decimating opponents, beating them up and down the football field, Matt

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Bryant, Julio Jones, Devonta Freeman, they have weapons all

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across their field. For people who watch this one thing every year when

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it comes to the NFL, is that the key to this Atlanta offense that there

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are numerous weapons are available? Absolutely. The way that they

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distribute the ball and use all those weapons, and they have got

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comfortable with using those guys in all those different positions. But,

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they have to get their running game going to win this game. They need

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not to be one-dimensional. If they can run the ball that opens up the

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play action pass which Matt Ryan is great at. If they just went pass,

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pass, pass, that is easy for the Patriots to pick up on? Bill

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Belichick will not just allow them to pass, they have got to be able to

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run the ball and keep the Patriots defense off-balance. Lots of the

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Patriots will just pin their ears back and come after the quarterback.

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It will be a long day for them. Defensively, have the Falcons been

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not weak, but they have struggled? Yes, they have. A lot of it is

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youth. These guys have a couple of injuries early on but they have kind

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of gelled now and they have figured it out. They have been inconsistent

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and that comes from inexperience, but in the last couple of games they

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have dominated opponents. All of the talk has been about their offense

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and rightly so, because they are Dominic Thiem, but now, they are

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peaking at the right time. -- they are a dominant theme. We will look

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now at the contrast between the quarterbacks. You cannot be thinking

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when you up there when you're playing this position. We put in so

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much time and work preparing for the game so that I can go out there and

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be on autopilot. It is fascinating to me what you have to process. And

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300 people are trying to do bad things to you. Under a minute to go,

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32-26, Green Bay. This is the second to last day, and I am looking to

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make sure that these guys are in their spot. This is good design,

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understanding their way that this defense is setup, that these guys

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are basically year two double 01 Julio. Any time you have Julio

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Jones, you expect it to be going in his direction. It is Matt's job to

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see where the matchup is. Matt is a great job, and Mo saw that this guy

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was going to take Mo, so we throw it to Mo, but if Matt sees that, then

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yes to throw it to Julio. Very rarely do you get a pocket like

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this. Sometimes guys cannot make these throws with the back pocket,

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but what separates Matt from a lot of these guys is that you are under

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more duress. The clock starts ticking. The next play you might

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start a double call, you have a reschedule OY cross. Say what he

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just said. He changed the cam and he wanted a different play but it

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happens sometimes. I'm not sure what he said and which one it was

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supposed to be. Julio realise it is is that if you mess up one word you

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can ruin our play. That takes a lot of focus. Can anyone understand this

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who doesn't love it? When I try to explain it all, people think you are

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like a doctor or something. We are definitely not that. It is just

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football, but what does go into it. I found my jaw hitting the car park

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floor here when I heard that, when we watch that, just for how

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complicated some of these play calls are.

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Absolutely, you think we're big dumb guys... Big, dumb and handsome! Big

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dumb guys running around on the football field, you see the

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intricate details that go in, the play call, the things they have to

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know, tremendous amount of information they have to be able to

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cover as we saw in the video. There must have been 25 words, something

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like that, in that call. That Matt Ryan tried to repeat. Matt Ryan's

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nickname is Matty Ice and he needs to be. With that verbiage in the

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west Coast offence is, it can be changed to mean a totally different

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play if one word is out of line. One word in the wrong place, one word

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wrong, that messes up everything. Everybody is screwed up, everybody

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is like hey, what's going on? The crazy thing about those calls, each

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thing he says talks to a different group, one for the offensive

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linesman, for the receivers, one for protection, everything is a

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direction to those people and they have to know the exact right thing

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to do. Shanahan lost his playbook on media night because a journalist

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picked up his bag by mistake and walked off with it and for half an

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hour Shanahan, not surprisingly, was in a bit of a panic. I can't even

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imagine what was going through his head. They had the whole security

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team after that. The biggest weekend you lose your playbook. His head

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might be in San Fran from he might be in San Fran already. They jump on

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those plays early in the game, we know who got it! Some people have

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been making jokes about that. You mentioned San Francisco, Jan had

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world be thinking about possibly becoming head coach of San

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Francisco, he's had one interview. He is the head coach. But he's got

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to... This is firmly at the forefront of his mind. No question

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about that he's going to be head coach of the San Francisco 49ers,

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tremendous young football coach. This has to be on his mind. Let's

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move from the Falcons and talk about the Patriots. Here is how New

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England reached Super Bowl L one. Patriots underdog and is ready to

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wrap up the regular campaign. Touchdown! Patriots! Brady. 28

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touchdown passes, two interceptions. An NFL record. Comes back and plays

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best football ever. Welcome to Foxboro and this AFC divisional

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playoff between the Patriots and the Houston Texans. To the end zone.

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Touchdown Patriots on their way to a sixth straight AFC Championship

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Game. They have continued to march on. Like they have for years.

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Welcome to Foxboro's Gillette Stadium and the AFC Championship

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Game, each of these teams trying to become the first franchise to reach

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a ninth Super Bowl. They get them every time! High-fives for

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everybody. Runs it up the middle. Touchdown Patriots! Get the nails

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out and start sticking them in his coffin! The New England Patriots

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will play one more game. Tom Brady will try to earn a fifth Super Bowl

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championship. When talking about the Patriots, do

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you have to start with Belichick and Brady, is there nothing else to

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really begin with? For me you have to start with Bill Belichick he's

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the guy who stirs the drink with this straw. This is the best coach.

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I don't know! LAUGHTER He's the best coach in all of

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football, man, the best code we've ever seen. Tom Brady is an

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outstanding player and quarterback but for me it all starts with Bill

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Belichick. I agree committees in control of the organisation and he

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knows how guys fit in from he recruits well. He knows what guys do

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well. Even though there is Brady and talk Brady, their defense has been

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particularly strong. Absolutely, number one is stopping the run. If

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you stop the run, always got a chance to win. The number one

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defense in all of football this year. New England's usually not

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known for being the number one defense but this year they have

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taken their game to another level. Bill Belichick, this guy has coached

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every position, defense, friends, special teams. He brings all that

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wealth of knowledge together and that's what makes him such a special

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coach. Do you agree? I agree, I love special teams. One thing about being

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a special teams coach, you have to deal with everybody on each side of

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the ball. Offense and defense. You have to know your team. Special

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teams win games. He'll say defense. The most field position in one play,

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special teams. Whatever, I didn't play special teams. You were too

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busy steering the drink with a straw or something like that. In between

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steering drinks, he's been to meet the top man in the NFL, here is his

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chat with the Commissioner. Ladies and gentlemen, we have the

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most powerful man in the United States. Not the president. Roger

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Cadell, commission of the NFL, how are you today serve? This is a fun

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time for us, the number one defense against the border fence, two

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incredible quarterbacks. Sparks are going to fly. This is something if

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you can't enjoy it you shouldn't be in the business. Could we have a

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Super Bowl in London? This is something that incredibly valuable

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to communities when they get to host it. It's something we want to make

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sure cities have NFL franchises have that opportunity to bid on it and

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post it. It's a remarkable experience for the community. When

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can we expect a franchise in the UK? The one thing we've seen is every

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time we bring more football to the UK they embrace it, they want it.

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And I really got to the point now where I don't think there is a

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question from the fans down by Cobra commercial standpoint that a team

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can be successful over there. It comes back to the competitive side,

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can we put a team there where they really can be a competitive

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position, like every other club. And not at a competitive disadvantage. A

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brand-new franchise or team already in existence? That's part of the

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challenge, when you identify a team, we like 32. We want to keep our

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teams where they are. That's part of the challenge. How impressed have

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you been with the growth of the sport? Not only in the UK, but

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across the international boundaries? It's been exponential. It has. In

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our experience, when people have a chance to experience it, the best

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experience as you know is in the state. We've seen it with the UK

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fans, they are so much more sophisticated than they were even

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five years ago. They understand the game, the strategy, the rules. As we

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look at the Globe, it's really prioritising how we can reach the

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largest number of fans. A little-known fact, Roger Vidal was

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the personal cause of the first argument between me and my wife. She

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was like he's handsome. I was like, I can't. I know you have an

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extremely busy schedule. You're not only a great player, Osi, you are a

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great individual and make a great contribution to our game and help in

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escrow internationally. We are proud of you for that, thank you for that.

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Don't make me cry! Pass me a bucket! It made me feel

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queasy, the end of that. What a wonderful relationship. It's a

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special relationship. Move on, I don't want to talk about that. See

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the hatred in this man's face. But hatred, disappointment, I thought

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you were with us. I thought you only took compliments of us. This is your

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city commute played here. You are back. When you've been around the

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city this past week were provided by you getting? That good Houston five,

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they make you feel at home. They are so happy the game is here. How

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important is it to them to have the game? This is Texas, they feel they

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made football so it's very important, their second Super Bowl.

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The city has embraced it. It's better than the first one. They

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figured it out. Excited about the half-time show? I can't wait, you

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know who's going to be performing. Give it to me... I'll let the

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pictures do the talking. Here is Osi meeting Lady Gaga. My heart! My

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favourite is Lady Gaga, I love Lady Gaga, that's my girl, man.

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Hi everybody. Terry Bradshaw of Fox sports. How are you doing? I've got

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to tell you this is a big win for me with my grandma right now because

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half of my family are massive Steelers fans. She is wigging out on

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the couch right now watching this. Is she single, lady? Do you have any

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memories as a kid watching the Super Bowl half-time show is? I think I

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saw the half-time show before I even made the decision I wanted to try to

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be a songwriter. Watching Michael Jackson do the half-time show was

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one of the fondest memories I have. Next question from a Super Bowl

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champion representing NFL UK. Osi Umenyiora. Absolutely. Listen, Lady

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Gaga, I'm your biggest fan, I mean that literally because you know, I'm

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quite a large guy. I have this excellent T-shirt right here.

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Listen, I tried to think one of your songs on our show and I failed

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miserably. Could you go over those words for me so next time I do it I

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can be OK. I'm your biggest fan. I'll follow you until you love me.

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Abba. Paparazzi. There it is, thank you so much. I was worried I would

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need a second bucket but she looked so utterly bemused by everything

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going on... It's a really a press conference for her. It was really

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odd. I have something to say to you, I've been meaning to say for a long

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time... # I'm your biggest fan... #.

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Don't sing again! Let's take an overall view of the game. Do you

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expect it to be one of the highest scoring Super Bowls ever? Possibly,

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these fences are explosive. They've got great playmakers. Both

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quarterbacks make great editions. It'll come down to who has the ball

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last. What are the key battles? For me always be on the line of

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scrimmage. Will the Atlanta Falcons get enough pressure on Tom Brady. We

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know it's the way to him. If they can score some points early. Put

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enough pressure on them and turned these past rushers use of the

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Atlanta Falcons. That is where the game will be won. It'll be won on

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the running game. Whoever can establish the run. Both of these

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offenses are so explosive it's going to be about controlling the clock.

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Patriots and Falcons don't play each other often. They pledge 2005, 2009,

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2013, not a regular matchup. -- they played. How much of an advantage is

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it to Bill Belichick, the master of watching tape and interpreting take,

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he has had two weeks to look at this file can steam ahead of the Super

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Bowl. It's going to be a tremendous advantage for New England. This is a

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guy who's going to know every single inch of the detail about the Atlanta

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Falcons. He's going to have a masterful game plan to protect

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against the Atlanta Falcons fence and see the things he'll be able to

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do. It plays directly into New England Patriot advantage. You never

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want to give a guy like that that much time to prepare. I heard

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something this week I really liked. He brought in new place towards the

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end of the week to keep his team motivated. Let's see how that works

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out. It only works on 60% of plays before arriving. They do the other

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40 years they don't get bored. It must be some experiences had to keep

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those guys ready and logged in. Time for predictions. At breakfast, this

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is a USA Today... They had their experts predictions. Most of them

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through the playoffs had gone either ten and zero, nine and one, eight

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tad too. We couldn't get any of them to do the predictions for us.

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Jason... You went six and four on your predictions so far.

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Respectable. Not as good as USA Today. Patriots Naz and why? I'm

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going with the Patriots because you can't beat Brady. On this day. I

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mean the guy has magic, he's got the experience. I'm going with him.

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You've gone seven and three on your predictions. You started badly. You

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searched. On a bit of a run. He's going Patriots. As a former Atlanta

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Falcons, who are you going for? First question for you, did you get

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the Russians, did you get them out of my head? Out of your head.

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Completely gone? If you've ever seen the show before, he blamed the

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Russians getting in his head with fake news. And that affected his

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predictions early on. If you've never seen the show, there will be a

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lot of confused people. Atlanta Falcons. And why? I just believe

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this is their time, they are desperate for a win, the city is

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desperate for a win, this is a desperate football desperate town,

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they deserve a championship, Atlanta deserves one more than the New

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England Patriots. They have so many of them already. The Patriots for

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Jason, the Falcons for Osi This is how we'll cover the Super

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Bowl across the BBC. Thank you very much. Let's get out

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of the car park, shall we? Next time we see you, we'll be inside the

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enlarge East 80 in Houston for Super Bowl 50 one. -- 51.

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The harnessing of power. The conquest of space. Propulsion,

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thrust, the fine detail of navigation aids. The mastery of

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flight. Defying gravity, safe landing. The universe and the NFL.

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America at full blast. Going into the unknown and the gnome. Ground

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control to Major Tom. Stand by for liftoff. The New England Patriots

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setting a new record for the most manned missions into the sporting

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Evans. The Pilgrim Fathers sailing on a Moonbeam heading for the stars.

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The Atlanta Falcons, released into the wonders of flight beyond Earth's

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atmosphere. Soaring to the occasion. Riding a thermal into the sporting

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heavens above. Only in the NFL.

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Mark Chapman, Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell preview Super Bowl 51 between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons from Houston, Texas. With interviews and analysis the guys break down everything you need to know about the big game.