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Not since the 1972 Miami Dolphins

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has a team gone the entire season undefated.

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As we enter week 5, only Philadelphia, Minnesota

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and Denver have their 100% records intact.

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former NFL cornerback Jason Bell are these two -

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and two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora.

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Much to Osi's delight, Tom Brady is back.

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We'll be looking at him later, but first up is the 3-0

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A clash of contrasts. That is a touchdown. Carson Wentz. The

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Philadelphia Eagles, unbeaten. A young quarterback, and eaglet.

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Meanwhile, in motor city, a slump. Detroit without a win in three,

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Lions with thorns and pause. -- in paws.

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And it is a touchdown. Any time you can put him with the linebacker, it

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is a mismatch. How about this? Riddick into the end zone for his

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second touchdown. Watch the center, Swanson. Some of the things he has,

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the first two times he was in that position, he ran at the top.

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Sticking Riddick out the back side. Riddick is open on the back side all

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day. They fake it and throw it. And that is a touchdown to Ryan

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Matthews. Carson Wentz with the sixth touchdown pass of the year.

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This is the easy football, 101. Releases inside, his role is first

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outside. Four ran Rush, Stafford in trouble and Downey goes with a

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penalty flag coming along as well. Foul, grabbing their helm of the

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defense. That is a huge play. Let's see as Stafford tries to exit. After

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the penalty went, that negated some really good coverage downfield by

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Philadelphia. 2nd down and third. They come back the other way, and it

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is a touchdown for Marvin Jones junior. That was about three guys on

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the planet that can make that throw. 3rd down and 36. The Eagles have

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completion time here at the minimum to get in the field range. And open

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is Zach Kurtz. Three seconds remain. A penalty on the defense was

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declined and Caleb Sturgis made a 50 yard field goal to cut the Lions'

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lead to 11 points going into half-time. It is a five-man rush,

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and Carson Wentz, to the big fellow, and he is still on his feet,

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Green-Beckham is run out of bounds at the 5-yard line. And that is a

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touchdown to Josh Huff. They put Josh Huff and Matt is right next to

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one another. There is some miscommunication between these two.

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They should not be next to each other. One should be up, the other

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outside. The ball is loose. And let's see. It looks like

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originally, the Eagles added. That ball may have squirted out of there.

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We will see. The signal is given, it is Philadelphia's football. Trying

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to make the move through the traffic and the ball came out of his hands.

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Fletcher Cox was first, there. No one got a hand on the ball. It came

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out of his hands. Fortunately for Detroit Philadelphia when three and

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out for a 35 yard field goal. And I drive ended with another field goal

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by Sturges. That gave them a 23-21 lead. The Eagles would have a chance

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to close out the game late in the fourth quarter. The Lions must have

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a stop here. They pitch it to Matthews. And the ball is on the

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ground! And do the Lions have it? Waiting for an official sign, and

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now it is given to Detroit. It looks like the boy was stripped away from

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Ryan Matthews. He put his head across the bowels and put the

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shoulder right on the football. Ryan Matthews had the ball in the wrong

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arm. You have got to get it in the sideline arm to protect it.

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Philadelphia leading by two. Detroit after the turnover with two minutes

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ago have the football at the 39-yard line. Third-down and four. Stafford

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to throw it. He finds a wide-open gold intake, and down inside the 15.

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Four plays later, a 29-year-old -- yard field goal to give the Lions a

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1-point lead. One thing that Doug Pederson said over and over, you

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talk about Paxton Lynch, anybody you want to talk about, but the one

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thing I love is that this guy knows how to win. And that is the name of

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the game. Don't get bogged down in stats, he knows how to win. And he's

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here today. He is down the field in traffic, and the intercept by Gary

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Slade. And now he has the first interception in the career of Carson

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Wentz. We didn't pay too much attention to the record of the

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people that the plane. If we have got to go out there and beat them we

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will go out there and beat them. We left it to fire outside. This is,

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what, $50 million can get you, Darius big play Slay. As you can see

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here down in the left corner, in the running game, which is what you need

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out of a big-time corner. He comes up and makes a good tackle, puts his

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shoulder on the ball and causes a fumble. Coach, you better get out of

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the way, it is dangerous down there. Be cool. This is what Mark Chapman

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would call a proper tackle. Putting the shoulder on the ball, a huge

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play, pivotal player in the game. He kept it inbounds and recovered it.

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Downey at the left corner, an ill-advised throw by Carson Wentz.

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He goes up, becomes the receiver and takes the ball away and like a smart

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defender, he gets down. Let's look at it at a tight angle. He basically

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takes over from the receiver and takes it from him, muscles, comes

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down, and that is just what $50 million does for you. Darius big

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play Slay. I love my corners. As he comes over, I find myself having to

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defend myself when I work with you, it struck me more as being like a

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rugby tackle. It struck me how little there are rugby style tackles

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in the game. Does that make sense? Rugby tackling, how the rugby

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players make tackles, it is paying off in the NFL right now. Did you

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believe Matthew Stafford in that post match press conference when he

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said they are not bothered about the record of the opposition, about

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whether they are unbeaten not? That is what you are taught to say. But

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in camp during the week they must have talked about it. They always

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talk about it. As players, you talk about that kind of stuff, but that

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is what you have got to say for the camera. He spoke a lot last year

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about Carolina trying to go unbeaten to the end of the season. Is it the

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same with Philadelphia and others who will lose unbeaten records,

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although you don't want to lose, it is of relief when it happens and you

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can focus your attention on other things. Does that make sense?

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Perfect sense. In the NFL when you become on an unbeaten strict streak

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like that, it results in so much pressure. So when you get that loss

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out of the way it helps you down the road. You have tasted defeat and you

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know how to respond to those situations. It doesn't matter

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whether you're 14 and two, or 15 and one, come the end of the season.

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That would be good enough, you would assume, with home-field advantage.

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It is all about going to the playoffs. It is about overcoming a

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loss like that and knowing how he can bounce back. Would you say that

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you Carson Wentz, that is the first time he has been intercepted playing

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professional football? Is that, again, something that is out of the

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way now? And that shows what to do in a two-minute drive. He needs to

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learn that he does not mean to go on top like that. He can just do short

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passes. He needed that loss. He was thinking to himself, this NFL thing

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is easy. He probably was! He will have got put down a little bit now.

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But the great young quarterback. So an unbeaten record goes, but this

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week was all Thomas back. I am not putting you on

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camera. Tom finally back. Let's go, Patriots. I thought he would be more

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excited, didn't you? It was half understated and half quite creepy.

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Let's move on from Mark Warburg and talk about Tom Brady. I know that

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you think anyone can play quarterback for the big race because

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of Bill Belichick. What you surprised how easily you settle back

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in? Not at all. This is one of the best quarterbacks ever. Put him in

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Bill Belichick's system and this is exactly what is going to happen.

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He's been doing this for the last 15-20 years. This is just

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ridiculous. He knows his friends. And you know at home, he was making

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sure that he was caught up today with everything that they were

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doing. He can step right in. Is this Patriots' offerings unstoppable at

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the moment, because of Brady, Kwiatkowski and Bennett? It is

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completely dynamic, the situation they have going on. They have two

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tight ends that are bigger, faster and more physical than their

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opponents. You line them up on the same side and you don't have two

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guys that can cover them and shot them down. You put them on the

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football field and it is a match-up nightmare for the defense. Number

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one, because these guys can block and run the football also is, so no

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one can match up with them. You have to bring your bigger guys on the

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field to stop the run, then those guys are not able to run with those

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big, quick, fast tight ends. It is a match-up nightmare for anybody.

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Those guys, who can block and who can catch,... Word you find a six

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who can run like that? They do not exist. I would say five or six total

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tight ends who can do that and now you have two of them on the same

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football team. You have to give him credit. Best coach in history. Even

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on the return of Tom Brady, we have praised other members of the team.

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That is enough of Tom Brady. So that's Tom Brady sorted. Here's

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the first of our two round-ups. It is a miserable season for the

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Carolina Panthers. They had no Newton who was concussed. Derek

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Anderson came in and contributed to four turnovers, they were beaten

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17-14 by Tampa Bay and they are in a mess. They do not have any defense

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right now. This year it is not happening. They are great team. Have

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your say here. Buffalo are winning against the Rams in LA and when they

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picked up their first win, you said they would go back to being Buffalo

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and they have now won three. I was talking about the 1990s! They went

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to four straight Super Bowl is. You always have an answer. Let us look

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at Tennessee against Miami. This is electrifying from Grant. 74 yards.

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Sensational run. It was all to no avail for Miami who were beaten 30,

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-- 30-17. We will show you the touchdown, he is a British-born

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running back. Minnesota are now undefeated. That is the Viking

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horns. They beat Houston. Great return. 79 yards. They are

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undefeated. When you watch them, are they the real deal? Yes. The

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offensive line and defensive line are dominating the game and that is

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where you win football. I think a lot of eyebrows were raised when

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they brought in Sam Bradford at the start of this season. Bridgewater,

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the quarterback last season was injured. He had 13 days practice

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before his first game, but I suppose he has experience. Very experienced

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quarterback, played in a multitude of systems and they knew he could

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come in and learn the system and he has excelled. Because they gambled a

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little bit in the sense that the trade they did for him, as if to

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say, forget the future, we think this could be our best chance to win

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the Super Bowl, we have to go for it this season. Management have to make

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those decisions, they knew they had the tame -- team in place to win.

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They still have no Pearson. Extremely impressive. To play the

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way they are playing, losing their star quarterback, losing their

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running back in Peterson, one of the best of all time and plain

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outstanding football and winning on the line of scrimmage. I do not

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think we should make apologies for this, you know the Minnesota coach,

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you have insight into how he runs their defense and they shut them

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down. They run their defense and they put a wrinkle in every week for

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their opponent and the new, he did not like pressure up the middle and

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that is what they did. Can I ask what put in a wrinkle means? They do

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something that the opponent cannot do and they do it all game. Whatever

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it is. It is a wrinkle! From the Texans fans, they spend 72 million

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dollars bringing in a player, when they see how others have started, do

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you think Texans fans at the thinking they have not done the

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right thing. Hindsight is 2020, coming off what he did, they thought

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they were getting themselves a good quarterback but he has been a dad.

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So far he has been a dud. He might recover, I think he has the skill

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set to be, but has he played $72 million worth of quarterback?

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Sometimes defense players put a wrinkle in. For our second game,

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Trevor Simeon failed to recover for an injury.

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The Broncos, anything but while and undisciplined horses, they are the

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defending Super Bowl champions, unbeaten and in their home in the

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rarefied air of Denver. Mile High fortress. How might it be assaulted,

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by a team on a roll. Three straight wins for the Atlanta Falcons, by

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Matt Ryan and Jones, lighting up. After a pick up of ten, Coleman

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picks up, to the right of Ryan. From the 30, he dumps it across the

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middle still going. Coleman. Inside the 24 the Broncos. Three tight

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ends. Freeman has it, touchdown! Freeman following his block. Watch

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DiMarco. He cleared the way. That is enough space for Freeman. He prides

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himself on defense and he takes the ball all the way down the field and

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then bodges it in. On the next Falcons possession, Bryant,

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following an 8-point drive. The Broncos responded with a field goal

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of their own. Brandon McManus from 35 yards. Bryant struck again before

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half-time from 33 yards to restore the ten point lead for Atlanta.

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Mensch beginning his career in Denver. Another penalty. -- Paxton

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Lynch. Paxton Lynch in his own end zone. He put it up in the air and

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Alan picked it off. He is trying to instil confidence and inject

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something into this offense. Paxton Lynch does not do a good job with

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his eyes, of controlling this guy and Ricardo Allen, all he will do is

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range of for the interception. This is a tremendous range. A little bit

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of pressure, Ricardo Alan reading the rookie like a book. Fifth

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interception for the Atlanta defense. This is the kind of game,

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whoever has the ball last can win it. A major moment for Atlanta. The

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play selection, very balanced for the Falcons, almost 50 - 50. Matt

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Ryan, Tevin Coleman, in for a Falcon touchdown! From the first drive,

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that has been the matchup they have been looking for, there are running

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backs in the passing game against the linebackers for the Broncos. He

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is responsible for Tevin Coleman. He now runs and Matt Ryan throws it to

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Tevin Coleman for the touchdown. Straight up the field, Marshall

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sets, Tevin Coleman behind him Ryan delivers. He came up on the last

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time. The third winds down. Little bit of fear. The ball came out. Ward

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has it. That is the play we were talking about. Following the fumble,

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the Broncos went on in a play drive and converted another goal from

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McManus took up the lead to 14 points. At the 25-yard line, Matt

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Ryan, Tevin Coleman down the sideline. Already a touchdown catch

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today and a big game there. When something is working, go back to it

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and all day long it has been the running backs of the Atlanta

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Falcons, Tevin Coleman is wearing those guys out. Brandon Marshall

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cannot hang with him. Tevin Coleman is having a huge day. Bryant would

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hit his third field goal of the day and it extended the lead for the

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Falcons to 23-6. They are giving up the room for Denver to chew up the

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clock. Broncos trying to get into the end zone. Touchdown. You are

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going to see him reach across, right there, gets across, that is the

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big-time effort by Thomas. If you get the first one with no time out,

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you can run down the clock. The ball was deflected trying to get it to

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Freeman. The Broncos would hit a 45 yard field goal from McManus took up

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the lead to seven that they would need an onside kick to have one last

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chance. Dan Quinn is trying to forge that connection, he is trying to

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build back culture in Atlanta and doing a wonderful job. He sent

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flowers to all the wives and family members. Tight end. Grabbed that to

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secure outlander's fourth straight victory. It was a good win. This is

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a tough place to play, a very good football team, I thought we competed

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well. Defense stepped out and played great, running backs did an awesome

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job, I was proud of the entire team effort. Before that, all the talk

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was about Miller and the D line for the Falcons. Watch the incredible

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plays this ban was able to make. First of all, let me set this up

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quickly. This guy is at the defensive end. This guy is the

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offensive tackle, the defensive end is usually the best athlete, the

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best player... I say that, because I was a defensive end. This guy, not

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so much, but Beasley will expose them. Look at this play. He goes

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right around the corner and gets the quarterback, knocks the ball out of

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his hand, the biggest play in football. He is going to give him a

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little sidestep. It freezes the offensive line, because he knows he

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is not going to be able to recover in time to stop him and Beasley is

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going to give him a little step right around the corner, knocking

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the ball out of his hand, incredible play by Beasley that he is not done

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yet. Right here, you will see him again, right at the top of the

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screen, so he found -- but he is going to explode. That is not the

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impressive part, that is how quickly he closed down the gap. Look at how

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quickly he goes from letter a to B. He closed that down quicker than I

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close down my computer when my wife walks into the room! It was the NFL

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website! Beasley getting it done for the Falcons. Shall we just move on.

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I have no responsibilities -- no response for that. Let us focus on

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the football and not his laptop! That is a seriously impressive when.

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It is a difficult place to play. Extremely difficult. It is a hard

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place to breathe let alone anything else. That defense really stepped up

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and did they expose the Denver Broncos? No, they did not expose the

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Denver Broncos. Not too many people have the weapons that they have. I

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do not think anyone will be able... Not too many people will be able to

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replicate that. It will have laid down a marker to other sides about

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how serious Atlanta are about the season. They have given the road map

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to how to beat them and everyone copies it. As far as Denver are

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concerned, you can put it down to the firepower that Atlanta have.

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Denver is a good football team. They are built on the defense. I think

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they will be able to respond, they will be able to play better as the

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season goes on, but they are defense football team and they were

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outclassed. All in the offseason, this would have seemed a ridiculous

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question, but did they miss Trevor Simeon. Paxton Lynch came in, but

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did they miss him? His footwork looked sloppy all

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night. He is a big guy. He had to get his feet right to complete

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passes and he was not doing that. He understood the offense a little bit

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better than him. He didn't make too many mistakes, that is what he did

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for the Denver Broncos. Their head coach will not be there. He has got

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some migraine problems at the moment. That leaves the offensive

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and defensive coordinators to concentrate on their own things.

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Which makes sense. You want the coordinators to focus on the game

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plan and not worry about the head coach decisions.

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A quick reminder that you can get another dose of NFL

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We will bring you highlights of Thursday night's football.

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We'll look ahead to all the other games in Week 6,

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and also Jason caught up with Crystal Palace manager

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and Green Bay Packers fan Alan Pardew.

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We can always get you some kit for a runaround. I know how you feel, I

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don't want to change that. I like Green Day, not being the most

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glamorous of teams, like ourselves. I can see that you have a set of

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guys here who are going to drag you down. Work with this guy in that

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jumper! That is Friday 11:50pm, BBC One. We only present it, we don't

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schedule it! You enjoy that? He was a cool cat, I liked him. He's my

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friend now. Really? Did you get his info? Have you got his number? It is

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never too late, right? Now it's time for us

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to look at the final drive The game literally got off

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to a flying start with Washington wide receiver Jamison Crowder

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returning a punt 85 In the 3rd quarter Baltimore

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linebacker CJ Moseley picks off Kirk Cousins, but on returning

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for a touchdown he fumbles the ball,

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costing Baltimore valuable points. This all led nicely to Baltimore

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chasing the game in the 4th quarter Just short of the 25-yard line. It

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is the ball game for the Baltimore Ravens. Spreading the fence,

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emptying the backfield. Chased by Baker. He runs for it. And the 1st

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down, Joe Flacco keeps the Ravens alive with one minute 55 seconds ago

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in the fourth quarter. This is the minute warning. Washington leading

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16-10. -- two minute warning. It is a 1st down and 43. This is the MOD

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that they will have to use. For the offensive line, he's got a lot of

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changes in it. They have not picked it up well in the second half. The

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wide receivers are not beating this man-to-man coverage of the Redskins.

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It is in Redskins territory, 1st down at 47, and that time-out. 1st

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down, Joe Flacco throwing, but it is too high. Josh Norman covering the

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play, so the challenge from Josh Norman. His competitive nature, he

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is going to find a way to get open, he's going to beat man coverage and

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Joe Flacco will be able to find out where he was at. He at least knows

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he has got a guy that he can go to. At second and then, Joe Flacco

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throws for Wallace at 33. 1st down for the Ravens. 55 seconds to go.

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Ravens with one time-out remaining. Trailing by six. They need to get to

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the end zone. Joe Flacco things, works. On the move, buying time. And

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it is a catch by Mike Wallace, at the 24-yard line. That was a great

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move by Joe Flacco. His protection breaks down and he comes to the

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side. Checks over his shoulder to make sure there is nobody in the

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seed who can get a fumble on him. Nice job by Mike Wallace, working

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the sideline. -- nobody is in pursuit.

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The Ravens threatening. Joe Flacco with time, to the end zone, and it's

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a touchdown! Touchdown for the Ravens.

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They challenged Josh Norman again. Looking back for the ball and he

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lost the step. Josh Norman is signalling for his sideline to

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challenge. Inside two minutes, it is going to be looked at, regardless.

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Did he stay in the hallway? Josh Norman emphatic that it needed to be

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looked at. That will be reviewed. Look at Josh Norman. His eyes are

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down to the field. He immediately signalled to the Redskins bench.

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Incomplete. Nervous moments here in this type ball game. The receiver

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got one foot down, the second landed... It is an incomplete play.

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33 seconds. The last player they had everyone in the back-up and

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protected to take their shot down the sideline. This play, a lot more

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open. Joe Flacco goes outside and steps out of bounds. At the 21-yard

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line. The Redskins with a 16-10 lead over the Baltimore Ravens, the

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Ravens with a 3rd down at the Washington 21, with 27 seconds

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remaining. Washington leading by six. And the throw into the end

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zone, double coverage from the receiver and it is incomplete.

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Trying to get it to a king, but he was well covered on-the-fly. He got

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safety help over the top, giving your team-mate an opportunity to

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make the play. It is 4th down. Joe Flacco. He has time and he throws

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for Wallace, and it's incomplete. He was hit as he reached for it.

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Another big play for the Redskins. The Washington Redskins come up big.

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Walace working on the outside, comes into the middle of the field. It is

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going to be a tight window. You had will continue coming inside out. The

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Washington Redskins defeat the Baltimore Ravens 16-10. I knew that

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it was Taiko Rivera. I don't know if you saw me or not. I just started

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walking off the field. I didn't celebrate or do anything because I

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wasn't sure what was going on. I couldn't see if he got his feet in.

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He didn't get his feet in. We can reiterate that. Like so much of

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top-level sport, it is these fine margins. We have seen guys make that

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catch and we see now how difficult it is to do that. When you see that,

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Josh Norman called it immediately. I couldn't work out there that was a

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bit of bluff or not. There is an argument that if he had got both be

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in the end zone for it to be the touchdown, that Mark Crossman, the

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offensive coordinator would not have lost his job. Because he has been

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sacked. How crazy is that? If this man had made this play a man would

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still have a job today. Think about how incredible that is, if you think

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about it, so small, the difference between winning and losing in the

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NFL. Do you think he would still be in a job if they had won that game,

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or do you think they have seen stuff that they needed the change? He

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would still have a job because they had a win, but they have been upset

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with the offensive play calling this last couple of weeks. It was a small

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margin of error. The crumb of comfort for Baltimore fans is that

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last time they sacked and offensive coordinator during the season, they

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went on to win the Super Bowl, back in 2012. They had other

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opportunities as well. Can you talk us through what CJ Mosley was trying

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to do? Everything was perfect until one yard from the end zone. Great

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play, great decision-making, trying to make the play, trying to get to

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the end zone, and he just loses his mind. He reaches over, he doesn't

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hold onto the ball. The rule, then, gives the ball back to Washington.

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Yes. Despite the fact that he has done everything brilliantly until

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that last yard. Is the rule on? The rule was not wrong, his awareness is

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wrong. Is the rule unfair? I would say that the rule is unfair, but it

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was put in place because people were fumbling the ball forward and

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jumping on the ball in the end zone. To eliminate that, they had to make

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that a touchback, and that is why you get plays like that. He had done

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everything brilliantly, and it does not reward his interception. You

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have got to play by the rules, man! You don't play by the rules! I play

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but all the rules, that is pot and kettle. The final round-up of the

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week now. Let's start with Cincinnati against Dallas, another

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good win, Elliott running 134 yards for the touchdown for Dallas. This

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is sensational. We will talk about Elliott in just a moment. Dak

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Prescott running through for another as well. The Cowboys now four and

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one in the NFC East. The Raiders are also four and one after outlasting

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San Diego in a 65 point thriller. Michael Crabtree grabbing the

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touchdown from Derek Carr. Eventually it was 34-31 over the AFC

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division rivals. We had the Giants against the Packers on Sunday night.

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The Packers have gone to three and one after this 23-16 victory. Aaron

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Rodgers with two touchdown passes, the first one to Jodie Nelson. And

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the second to Doubleday Adams. -- to the Bronte Adams. Eli Manning found

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you know who, Odell Beckham junior. That is a good catch. Let's go from

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the Giants to the Jets, who also suffered defeat, 31-13, against

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Pittsburgh's. Ben Roethlisberger continuing his outstanding form,

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four touchdown passes. That was 72 yards to Sammie Coates on

:41:54.:41:58.

Pittsburgh's Mike opening drive. The highlight for the Steelers as they

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head the AFC North at 4th 1. You can pick your favourite team out on

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the screen. The Vikings and Steelers both winning and Eagles losing their

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100% record. Elsewhere, the Patriots comfortable against Cleveland, as we

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have discussed. Dallas winning against Cincinnati. Some of those

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games you may not have seen. Not showing knew anything of the Bears

:42:34.:42:36.

against the courts, but the Bears lost. -- the Colts. As far as the

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standings are concerned... Confirmation that the Vikings are

:42:46.:42:57.

now the only unbeaten side in the NFL.

:42:58.:43:07.

Let's just start, shall we, with the news that has come in, that Colin

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Kapaernick will start for San Francisco next weekend, which, it

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makes sense, but there is a much attention on him. It'll be

:43:22.:43:25.

interesting to see how he goes. Chip Kelly has come out and said this is

:43:26.:43:29.

a football decision. We often see that. I have got to be honest with

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you. Everyone knows how I hate the quarterback position. If my son was

:43:37.:43:39.

playing quarterback I don't know how I would feel, but I will never route

:43:40.:43:44.

for a quarterback the way I want this man Colin Kapaernick to succeed

:43:45.:43:47.

and do something special because of what he stood for and exactly what

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he's doing. We need this man to go out there and play some really

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football. We will move back to looking at Dallas. Let's look at

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Elliott, a rookie in the leaker was very impressive against the Bengals.

:44:03.:44:09.

Is it easier to be a rookie running back. Running back is a natural

:44:10.:44:17.

position. You have the skill set and you know what to do. It is starting

:44:18.:44:21.

to understand your offensive line and you can do that quickly. The

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only difficult part is picking up pass protection and that is where

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they struggle. You have these guys who are good runners and they cannot

:44:31.:44:35.

pass protect and they are not in the game. Why cant they block? Is that

:44:36.:44:39.

about building up strength and getting used to the physicality of

:44:40.:44:48.

the professional game? There are exotic blitz schemes. Sending the

:44:49.:44:52.

linebacker, and the running back pass to identify where the blitz is

:44:53.:44:57.

coming from and that is where they struggle, mentally, not physically.

:44:58.:45:03.

Are you surprised about how Caroline are struggling? I am. I thought they

:45:04.:45:07.

would know how to win the coming of back row the year they have had.

:45:08.:45:11.

Looking at the defense, they are not performing, that was bailing them

:45:12.:45:20.

out and they are not getting it done. We did spend a lot of time, as

:45:21.:45:24.

well as praising Newton, we praise their defense. They had outstanding

:45:25.:45:30.

defense, but the line is not getting pressure. He loves defensive line,,

:45:31.:45:37.

the defensive line, when they are getting pressure, it allows the DBs

:45:38.:45:46.

to make plays. I am feeling like they are over. I do not like the way

:45:47.:45:51.

cam is performing are leading his team. I think so. Going back to what

:45:52.:45:57.

we spoke about at the start of the show, have the Patriots laid down a

:45:58.:46:03.

marker with a win against Cleveland in the sense that Brady is now back?

:46:04.:46:08.

Not with the win against Cleveland, everyone has beaten Cleveland! The

:46:09.:46:12.

way they came out and played, absolutely, this was a dominant

:46:13.:46:16.

performance by the Patriots. They have played well without Brady but

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now you have a good quarterback back into the fold and they will keep

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rolling. Look for them to be in the Super Bowl this year. We have time

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to show you the highlights of social media over the past week. Let us

:46:31.:46:37.

show you the picture that the NFL tweeted which is the Viking on top

:46:38.:46:41.

of all the other franchises, the last of the undefeated and then

:46:42.:46:46.

there was one and the next London game is coming to Twickenham, the

:46:47.:46:54.

rugby posts are down and the NFL posts are up at Twickenham.

:46:55.:46:57.

One last reminder the NFL Show moves to Fridays from this week.

:46:58.:47:00.

Hold on! You are rushing through this thing, it is your birthday! Did

:47:01.:47:12.

you think we would let it slide! Lady Gaga is coming on!

:47:13.:47:24.

# Happy birthday to you # Happy birthday to you. #

:47:25.:47:37.

Would you like one? Do you want to eat me or Aaron Rodgers? I will go

:47:38.:47:42.

with the football, that is clear. I will go for Aaron Rodgers. I am left

:47:43.:47:54.

with me to eat. Thank you very much. Let us reflect on Minnesota being

:47:55.:47:59.

the only unbeaten team in the NFL. I cannot believe you did that to me.

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See you next week. The perfect season to go undefeated, all the way

:48:04.:48:09.

through to the end of the postseason. To win the Super Bowl

:48:10.:48:15.

without a single loss. The ultimate goal and rare. Teams have come

:48:16.:48:20.

close, the New England Patriots, but only once has a record registered

:48:21.:48:28.

not a single blemish, the Miami Dolphins of 44 years past. Three

:48:29.:48:32.

teams went into week five of his regular season unbeaten, the

:48:33.:48:38.

defending Super Bowl champions, the Philadelphia Eagles and the

:48:39.:48:44.

Minnesota Vikings. Now, there is just one unbeaten team, the purple

:48:45.:48:49.

pride of the North, followers of the old Norse legend of fearless

:48:50.:48:52.

adventurer, but remember, as they used to say on the old Viking

:48:53.:48:57.

longboats heading for America, there is a long way to go. Only in the

:48:58.:49:00.

NFL.

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