13/09/2016 NFL This Week


13/09/2016

Highlights from the NFL's opening week, which for the first time since 1970 featured a rematch of the last season's Super Bowl when Denver Broncos won against Carolina Panthers.


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That will be time for these two teams to settle it. Looking

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downfield. Going deeper. Unbelievable. How did he do that?

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The Denver Broncos are world champions. Hello. It has been 214

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days from the Super Bowl to the start of the new season. Thankfully

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the wait is over. We will be here every week until Super Bowl LI in

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Houston in February. This is where they play football. We

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are going to show you the good, the bad and the ugly. Denver when is it.

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Get them. Get them. The Carolina Panthers against the Broncos. The

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Carolina Panthers are headed to Super Bowl 50.

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It is great to be back in the joint by two men who brought many a tear

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to and fans and to meet last season. Jason Bell and... There does seem to

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beat such excitement about this season. More people than ever before

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are talking about. Last year was so exciting. People are ready to see

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what the theme will be done to get behind it. Everybody is talking

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about it. Maybe it is the same most seasons. It just seems to have

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struck me. That video just sent a chill down my spine. It is

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incredible. The NFL is incredible. Everything that happened building up

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to this season, all the way through last season games were so close. We

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will not have time for every team for a proper discussion. Sorry if we

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don't cover your team in depth. Is this a wide-open race to Super Bowl

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LI? It is always wide open. They believe is two. Cleveland really

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believe they can win the Super Bowl. They tell themselves they can win

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the Super Bowl. They feel like have a chance. Two minutes and you have

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already bashed Cleveland. What are coaches telling the players? They

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are trying to get you motivated. As a player you are attractive and your

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rhythm. You have got to see you are at that season and what you are and

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get out there and get your feet wet. 16 teams. Coaches like to break it

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up into quarters. The coaches are like let's see if we can win a

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couple of games, maybe 23 anyone. Should you be game ready break the

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time you had a weak one. I know you have had the preseason and training

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camps and all the rest. Is there a bit of leeway? It can be a

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complicated game with so many different place and the like? You

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still haven't played a whole game yet. You still have took it in the

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game time condition. The first game is hard. As we will see, there are

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so many rookies, but players who have moved from one team to another.

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It will take time to settle in Pavelka placated the game can be.

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You have to get a committed to a new teen the environment. Especially if

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you are a rookie. It is difficult to get through the first game. Will you

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tip anyone to win the Super Bowl? I need time to make an informed

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decision. New York Giants. He might be biased. Time to get to the

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action. We stuck with the repeat of the Super Bowl. The Carolina

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Panthers lost that game and they travel to face the champions, the

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Denver Broncos. A Broncos side who no longer had Peyton Manning. They

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had all the ingredients for a great opening night. Here we go. Game one

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of 256 on the national football league schedule. A nice way for him

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to start his game, the former baseball player. Everybody we talked

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to said the same thing, this kid is superb. This is his first NFL carry.

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He gets to the 28-yard line. The poll is loose. His first carried

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results in a fumble. It is recovered by Carolina. Simeon makes his

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impressive debut. Caroline had to take it second. It is second found

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in yet. We resume play on the opening drive for the Panthers. Over

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the middle and that is caught in the end zone by Benjamin. What they

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return for Kelvin Benjamin. Great rookie year. Out all of last year

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but the good they go after they've recovered the fumble. Thomas comes

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back into the game. They do five wide. It is picked off at the line

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of scrimmage. That is Thomas Davis. Three ACL surgeries. His arm looking

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protest -- looking protest. He plays through everything. Anderson

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following his fullback off to the races. Judy Carolina 36. The food

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back, the rookie from Nebraska, picked him in the sixth round. You

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don't get gold stars for moving between the 20s. He had to start

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scoring some points. And you can't turn the ball over. It is a

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touchdown. Gary has to be laughing to himself. This is what he loves

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today. He couldn't do it with Peyton Manning but it is his club now and

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the scores. Camp Newton has a touchdown. That is a record setter.

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He has a new dance. It is not very much appreciated in Denver. Carolina

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got the ball back after a Denver three and out. A field goal made it

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17-7 going into half-time. Carolina Panthers have a ten point lead

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thanks to this man. We will see some of the plays he made in this game.

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Check this out regular. He will do something he didn't do well at all

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in the Super Bowl. Run the ball. Watch it. Get to the outside. Look

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at him get to the end zone. With a great play. I like this part. Look

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at him celebrate. Like he just found out he is not the father. What a

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great play by him. Getting all the way to the outside. A nice stiff

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arm. Touchdown Carolina Panthers. We will see what happens in the third

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quarter of this game. Simeon goes in as he throws and it is picked off at

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the 11-yard line. Third time inside the 30-yard line and no points. 3rd

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3. Under pressure, don't he goes at the 9-yard line. Newton has got

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the bad back after that one. This is the bigger news here at them. Took a

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big hit. We showed you the sack and he has been limping a bit on the

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sideline. CJ Anderson, he is inside the 10. He goes to the Anderson. CJ

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Anderson. That is 878 yard Drive, a 25 yard touchdown, it plays to turn

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it into the extra point. That is tipped in the air and it is picked

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off at the 43-yard line. The flag comes in to the end of the play.

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Chris Harris has the football. A 3-point game. It is amusing Paris

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could keep the ball off the ground. Small guy makes brilliant plays like

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that game after game that I watch. Third in goal. Sanders to the other

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side. Getting into the end zone is CJ Anderson. The Broncos take the

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lead. On the insuring Carolina possession, this cut the Denver lead

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the one point. The Panthers got the ball back with one last chance to

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win the game. 3rd 15. Has to get to the 50 to convert. Pressure

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again. Sacked at the 29. Miller, sooner or later. That man in the

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Super Bowl was a singular weapon of mass destruction. Fourth and 21,

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they compelled a goal for it. They only have one time out. They have

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all the big guys coming down here. All the big guys. 64, 60 five. Throw

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in the air and see if you can outjumped somebody. Got to get to

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the 50. It is a four man rush. Putin fires and is incomplete. A flag at

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the 44-yard line. He had it in his hands for a. Regiment was there with

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the coverage. Hands to the face. The fence. 1st down. Chris Harris on a

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fourth and 21. A 5-yard penalty but it carries the automatic first. A

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run is not out of the question. You are so close to field goal range in

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this building. Again, the pressure put on. Putin tries to escape, has

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tempered away. The flag is thrown. Barrett put the heat on. Newton

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rising -- newton riding on the ground. Can he even continue at this

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point. There are files by both teams. The first file is personal

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foul, referring the passer. The fence number 26. Part of that

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contact the quarterback did release the football although he was outside

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of the pocket, the football did not get back to the original line of

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scrimmage so there is intentional grounding. Those files will offset

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and we will reply. A huge breakthrough Denver because they

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don't call that one then they would be in a field goal range. Here is

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the grounding. Trying to escape. There is the tackle box. He gets

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outside but now you just have to get it back to the line of scrimmage. It

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didn't happen. 29 seconds. Then go for white here. Newton flings it

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over the middle and it is caught inside the 40. That is Benjamin. I

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think the key thing for these guys is not to run of play when the clock

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keeps running. 2nd down and ten. To the outside they go to play it safe

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in terms of the clock and it is making the catch. What a gutsy throw

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and catch. With nine seconds. He was 30 of 36 last year, his long was 32,

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24 for over. Bory, there is nothing like that than to beat this bunch

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and flight back 1-0. The cake is no good. A little high. Able to get it

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down but probably just enough mist timing. The Denver Broncos with a

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quarterback who had never thrown a pass overcome a ten point deficit

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and win the game 20 1-20. The truth of the matter, the Denver

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Broncos, we had the opportunity and we did it. When you play just good

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enough, it is not good enough, so we're going to look at the

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fundamentals. I am sure we will talk about him again. How would you

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describe his first start? He had good command, of the offense, he

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looks as though he has learned. And got off to the good start. You are

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going to see this incredible play. Baseball background! And as soon as

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he gets off to that good start, obviously composed? Absolutely.

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Going all the way down the cycling, another great play. When I was

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watching this, he does look like Peyton Manning? You have got to copy

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the best. But he actually looks like him! Hello! My goodness. Should have

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worn brown pants! That is good awareness. Peyton's age caught up

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with him. KJ Anderson, do you expect to see more of the running games?

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Day want to do bootlegs, the options, and they can do that. The

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big thing last season, was that Manning may have delivered something

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else. Absolutely. He would install his own offense, trying to say who

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was going to be running the offense, then. Could they be better off

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without Manning? Possibly, you can never be better off after losing the

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greatest quarterback of all time, but they are going to have the same

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intelligence, the leadership. Take my point? Half and half! New

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Orleans. The Saints' quarterback, signed the new deal, ensuring him

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$44.25 billion. I do not think he will be on the show. It underlines

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his importance to the team. Raiders have not got to the playoffs since

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2003. But they have lofty ambitions. Murray has it. End zone. Touchdown

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Raiders! Touchdown Saints! Impressive

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numbers. Those pass yards. 7000 more than anybody. Catch held on! This is

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the first break nature. Quick scoring. The New Orleans Saints have

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the 7-point lead, thanks to that man. Look at this laser precision.

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Down the middle, between defenders. You have got to be a good

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quarterback to do that. But look at Cooks, coming out, celebrating,

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shakes the DB, takes the hit, what a play. Second half... 2-yard line.

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Standing at his own end zone. Brees. On the run. Cooks! It is going to be

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98 yards! Norton decides to put his corner, man to man, you cannot do

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this. Running down the sideline. I know that he is talented, but he is

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not going to be keeping up with Cooks. At the ensuing possession, it

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cut the lead to 11 points. New Orleans then tried one of the road,

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but could not convert. First in 20. Cooper, open! Knocked at 37 inside

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27, 6'4 receiver. Touchdown. On the next, six play drive came up short.

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Settling for the field goal to extend the lead. Loose. It is going

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to be touchdown Raiders. 75 yards. Watch this. Gets blocked. Through

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him, in a heartbeat. The 2-point conversion. Yes. Cooper, converts.

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Brees. The pocket collapsing. Ball out! Yes.

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And another touchdown for Brees and over 400 jobs. Floats one... Flag!

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The penalty flag! Robertson was covering.

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Number 52. Watch how quickly number 40, getting the ball, the

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interference, pushing him out of bounds. Getting the break. Roberts,

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spinning, touchdown Raiders! All that you are asking for, the

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opportunity at redemption. Wow. Telling his offense, get on the

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field. You have got to be kidding me. Saints have no time outs. You

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like the guts. You have to trust the quarterback, to get to the end zone.

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Extra point timed... Going for two. He has it! Bitterly careful with the

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celebration. -- he bitterly. On the other cycling, just spotted him from

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15 yards. Brees. Held onto again. What a catch. Clock runs. The only

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hurting the offense, time. Thing what an amazing deal this has been.

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Outstanding. Showed the leg. Made from 20. For the win... From 61. No!

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Raiders win! Gamble comes off! Drilled in. Just drifting wide left.

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Offense. Impressive comes down to the rookie kicker. Drills it. Last

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second, too much hook. Only one thing to talk about, how that ended.

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You are shaking your head? It was a gutsy call. Away game... Get in when

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it's hot. Do you think he thought, the offense have got the better

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chance, of winning this, that the defense stopping Brees? I do not

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know what that man thinks. But imagine what he has! I am glad you

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thought carefully about that. That guy, Jack, he thought, I am going to

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win, we want to go out and get it done. He also took to social media.

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He said that they would have had more chance, going for the point,

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brilliant reply. That could give their momentum. He has some time on

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his hands. But you have to respect the court, giving the confidence to

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his team like that. Next up, the Dallas Cowboys, and the New York

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Giants, the story was broken back sustained by Tony Romero. First

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rookie since 1969, for the richest sports team. It seems as though

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money cannot buy you experience. Ellie Manning at quarterback.

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Prescott. 1st down inside Giant territory. Prescott's first drive,

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23 field goal, Dallas 3-0. Seven. Extra men on the rush. Manning

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slides. Incomplete. End zone. Incomplete. Great coverage

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by Rogers. Dallas finished for the redhead at the start of the second

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quarter, 6-0 up. -- further ahead. Steps in. Junior, out of bounds,

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inside ten. Mark him with 15. This just becomes foot race. Trying to

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run but it was not even close. 45 yards. Long time. Manning, end zone,

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touchdown! Just like that. After a four play 75 yard drive. Blink! The

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Giants on top in theatres Texas. 1st down, end zone. Court.

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Touchdown. Give it a look. That ball comes out. It is a scoring place or

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they will look at it no matter what and that ball was not secured. The

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receiver lost control of the ball when he hit the ground. The clock is

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good. Des Browne's forced others to settle for a 35 yard goal and that

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gave them a slender 9-7 lead. Edge forced Cleveland. It is caught by

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the rookie, Stirling. Shepherd for the touchdown. Shepherd has to still

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concerned with the ball, a ball that understood. He makes the play. An

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excellent job of capping of the drive before the end of this half.

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Dallas Cowboys are down by four points. All eyes are on Prescott. He

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was the paper. Let's see how he does. The rookie quarterback with a

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play action and he will evade the pressure and throw a strike to Des

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Browne. Great play by him. Standing in the pocket, look to his left and

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delivered a strike to number 19, bottle. This is making plays for his

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team. Now he will like and threw off his back leg which is it difficult

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to make. Now you will see him stand in the pocket. He throws the ball

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all the way down the football field. That was an incomplete pass. Let's

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see if he continues that play in the second half. 13 of 16. This one is

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picked. Brandon Carter. The first turnover of the game belongs to the

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Dallas Cowboys. Brandon Carter reads it beautifully and he comes

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underneath. Shepherd is unable to do anything about it. Elliott cut back.

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Touchdown. The Cowboys have had the ball four times, have four scorers.

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Now they have their first touchdown. Dan Bailey hit his fourth field goal

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of the day. This one from 54 yards. It gave Dallas a 6-point lead.

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6-point Dallas lead. The Giants have just 32 yards and four second-half

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possession. That has got to turn around right now for Eli Manning.

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Second in five. Manning chased. That is Shepherd, the rookie, who has a

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touchdown in this game. Court for the touchdown. Time to salsa. Victor

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Cruz. Welcome back. It is a 1-point Giant lead as number ten finds an

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old friend. Victor Cruz and the Giants are back on top. Mr Prescott,

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the stage is yours. Prescott can spike it here if they don't get it

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down. He hangs on. Depends on the spot. A 1st down has been given.

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Again, Prescott cannot spike people if they don't get the 1st down here.

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This is varied down. Underneath. Williams has got to get out of

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bounds and he doesn't. He makes a mistake. He had a chance as soon as

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the cottage. Game over, Giants win. Terrence Williams has got to know

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you have to get out of bounds as soon as it is caught to stop the

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clock. When you will stop the clock otherwise and get a field goal came

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onto the field. Terrence Williams did not take it out of bounds to

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stop the clock. Then is 1-0 in the NFL. Well, talk to me about an

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management at the end of the game and what you would be saying in the

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locker room after what happened to the Cowboys at the end here? This is

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what happens when you have a rookie quarterback. What should have

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happened is before the snap he tells everybody let's get out of bounds,

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don't get any crazy ideas, let's go out, let's execute this and stop the

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clock. He is supposed to know. In the heat of the moment were

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quarterback is supposed to say we have this amount of time, you have

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to get out of bounds. I will put the blame on Williams but Prescott, he

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was a veteran quarterback, would have told them. For looking calm and

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doing well, that is where the experience comes in, that is where

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it had been reversed, Eli Manning would have said you have got to get

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out here there are only six seconds left. He would have said that before

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the play even started. You have to be reminded of the small things at

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times. Do you give any credit to the Giants prosper 's defense? This is

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exactly where they would have lost the game. They give away 5/4-quarter

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aids. They found a way to close the game out. Next and Williams will

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know where he has got to go. We have seen three games that went right

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down to the wire but the excitement didn't end there. Here is a round-up

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of the remaining fixtures. Brady had a mixed but ultimately successful

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night getting the Patriots past Arizona. Larry Fitzgerald was on

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fire with two touchdowns. It is caught by Fitzgerald. Another

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amazing catch. The Cardinals fell just short. A last-minute field

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attempt went wide. A debut to remember for Carson as he left the

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Eagles to a win. Ouch, that has got to hurt. Cleveland, despite a new

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quarterback and new head coach, Hue Jackson, came up well short in

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Philadelphia. Despite the Falcons scoring first in Atlanta, the

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Buccaneers responded superbly with an impressive display from James

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Winston from the Tampa Bay fence, securing an opening-day win. In only

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his second season, Winston should he has matured into a tough player as

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he got four touchdowns. He displayed the full range of his passing to

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give the Buccaneers a huge confidence boost going into the new

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season. The Chargers scored three first-half touchdowns racing to a

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24-3 lead before the Chiefs mounted an incredible comeback. Scoring 24

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points in the second half to force the game to overtime. Touchdown.

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What about, Alex Smith, threw two touchdown passes before landing one

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of his own to win the game. Mike Wallace got an impressive touchdown

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to give the Ravens the lead in Boston. Midway through the third

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quarter was a chance to tie the game but it was wasted. However, Justin

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Tucker made no mistake to give Baltimore the first opening-day

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victory in four years. Brock Crosswell should everyone wants $72

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billion gets you. Hopkins with the pick of the Houston touchdowns. But

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this effort from Eddie Royle 's was an added bonus. In the fourth

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quarter, will Fowler danced into the end zone for a debut touchdown.

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Everyone knows you cannot give the Green Bay number 12 this amount of

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time and space. Rogers claimed the first TD of the season. Rogers then

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showcased his passing skills. Anything you can do, we can do

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better. Rogers showed why he is the master and with an echo of that

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he'll merely from last season the Monterey Adams had this incredible

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score. A late Bloomer at this one with all the fun coming in the last

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quarter. One was run in to give Miami a 10-6 lead with just four

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minutes remaining. Before Russell Wilson did what he does best. He

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drove the Seattle Seahawks to a comeback victory aided, it must be

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said, by his team-mates. Relief on day one. In a crazy game in

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Indianapolis, the script was opened. Detroit take an 18 point first-half

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lead. Then Andrew luck attracting steam back into the game. -- dragged

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his team. With less than a minute to go, they lead by one. However, the

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home crowd had their hearts broken from 43 yards with a last-gasp kick.

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The Vikings went behind in Tennessee. Murray going airborne.

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But that just seemed to annoy the Minnesota defense. As they showed

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their fans how to get on the scoreboard. Eric Kendricks with a

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stunning 77 yard interception score. Followed by Daniel Hunter

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capitalising on a fumble to give the Vikings at the win against the

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Tigers. Green collected from Dalton for the pick of the first-half

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scorers. It wasn't an easy day for the quarterback as he was sacked

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seven times. He left happy as Mike Nugent's kick in the last minute

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secured the narrowest of winds, 23-22. It was all about Big Ben as

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the Redskins posted. The Pittsburgh quarterback throwing three

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touchdowns in a comfortable win on the road. A new local derby, but the

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really kidded Rams didn't enjoy the trip to San Francisco. -- relocated.

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Well, the 49ers were excellent in that game last night. We'd like to

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have fun and we like to enjoy the sport. That is why we do it.

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Sometimes things are a lot more serious than sport and yet sport can

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do a lot to put the spotlight on those issues. What do you make, both

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of you, of Colin Kapernick's protests by peeling at the National

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anthem, singing it, to get his point across about racism in the United

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States? I seriously applaud this young man. I applaud the bravery

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that this man is displaying in this instance. Most athletes stay away

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from things like that. They tend to be vanilla, they play straight down

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the middle. This is a back-up quarterback who is driving this kind

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of discussion around the world. We are in England right now. People are

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talking about what this man is doing and what is going on in America. Let

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me just say this, because you are a lot of people say I understand but

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he could have found a different way to say it. How? How could he have

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found a different way to say that question at the awards ceremony a

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couple of months ago you had James, Paul, weird arguably some of the

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most famous black American athletes in the world stand up say a little

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thing and it was forgotten about three seconds after that. Nobody

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remembered what said. A back-up quarterback is driving this

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discussion around the world. I completely agree with him, I applaud

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what he is doing and more importantly, I will not be one to

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tell a man what he should or shouldn't do, but I just came back

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from Africa and the entire continent, they are doing the dance.

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Imagine, if Cam Newton or James did this. Bandit is starting to spread.

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No matter how you feel about this, he has the right to express what he

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fumes. And he is doing it, how he feels it has to be done. You have

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got to respect that. And he started, privately, silently, he has not

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drawn attention to that? Absolutely. He knew the power behind it. And the

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people who have got behind him, nor that as well. Thank you. These are

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sounds of the locker room. Learn how to compete. This year, we know how

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to win! It is so important, to start with the home opener as a win. Good

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job. No matter what the situation, we're going to keep fighting.

:45:51.:45:56.

Congratulations on the double. Stay humble. Stay humble. Stay humble.

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Good finding the path to victory. Job, good job. Character. Tonight,

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enough mistakes. But we did it and still beat a team that won 17 games

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last year. That tells me, what we can beat. And we have got something

:46:24.:46:34.

to look social media. Michael Jamieson has his team. Rio

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Ferdinand. The Eagles, 2020. But nothing is as fantastic as the

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swimming pool, at Jacksonville. You can watch the game from it! That is

:46:52.:46:58.

absolutely amazing. But this is going to make your mouth water. You

:46:59.:47:06.

can't have the chocolate bar and bacon... That's why they're large! I

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think it is for the fans, not the locker room.

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That is from us. Thank you for watching. And it is good to have the

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new season up and running. The new season. Complete with all the

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dreams, the brilliance, that comes with a new start. The inflation of

:48:30.:48:40.

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