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And it will be time for these two teams to settle it! Into the end
zone... Touchdown! Unbelievable! How did he do that?! The Denver Broncos
are world champions! It's been a strange
old Week 6 in the NFL. Comebacks, upsets and
the outright bizarre. Former NFL cornerback Jason Bell
and two-time Super Bowl winner Bottom of the NFC East,
it's been a rough start for Osi's beloved New York Giants
and their rookie coach Ben McAdoo. Looking to turn things around,
they faced the Baltimore Ravens. Sat second in the AFC
North, they also needed Two teams out to break the losing
habit. New York Giants, three defeats in a row. For their
opponents, two. But who might put an end to this losing nonsense? Odell
Beckham, the big player, but will he lose his head? Joe Flacco, nine
years of Raven. A Super Bowl winner with Baltimore, but can he get over
his regular-season glitch? Odell Beckham lost the football! And
covered by Baltimore! All turnover more than are automatically
reviewed. It's whether or not they think he has possession. After
reviewing the play, the ruling on the field stands. Three tight end
more than on the field now. West diving into the end zone for the
touchdown! Manning, going deep to Beckham!
Incomplete! As soon as he jumped off site, Eli Manning knew you could
take a shot down the field. Five yard penalty, repeat second down.
You've got to think he has had the wind to not out with him, the way he
landed. The good thing about the replay is, it shows his head did not
bounce off the turf. Beckham going straight to the locker room.
Manning, touchdown! His first NFL touchdown! Career touchdown pass
number 300 four Eli Manning. Can return to the game in the second
half after suffering a hip injury. New York then kicked a field goal on
their first drive of the third quarter to make it 10-10.
Manning will throw for it. Interception is made, picked off by
Young. Back inside the 30, to the 27 yard line. There are no penalty
markers on the field. STUDIO: The Ravens got a 39 yard
Justin Tucker field goal. Odell Beckham Jnr, down the sideline
for the touchdown. 75 yards! Eli Manning had protection
in the pocket. You can see him having fun with the kicking that
again. West, left side, looking for the end zone...
STUDIO: Two Ravens possession more than later, it was a field goal
apiece. West, left side, end zone,
touchdown! Three receivers in the game, they spread them out. It
looked like a counter in reverse, going underneath to change the point
of attack. 4th and one. Manning... Beckham! Touchdown! 66 yards! There
is a flag thrown in the end zone. And back to the net which is the
Holy Grail. In three Previous Place, Odell
Beckham Jnr was nursing that left rib. I was not sure he would have
enough to get to the end zone because of that injury, but he did.
I don't know how bad his hip was feeling before that play, but...
Odell Beckham Jnr, eight catches, 222 yards, a career high.
Flacco goes down the middle. Incomplete!
Foul, number 58, the defense. 15-yard penalty, 1st down. He took
three steps, that was an easy call for the referee to make. You've got
to look at the situation, the 4th down, you can't take two or three
steps as the quarterback in that situation. Flacco on the move, lots
of room in front of him, he throws to the end zone... Incomplete! The
Giants with a 27-23 win. Odell Beckham Jnr, superstar
receiver for the New York Giants, had an outstanding game against
Baltimore. I want you to check out some of the plays this man-made.
First of all, I want you to pay attention down here. Dees two
receivers are trying to get this guy and disc to pick each other, freeing
up one of the guys. As you look, immediately, you will see the
Baltimore Ravens to an outstanding job of coverage. Nothing is open
down here. So Eli Manning, outstanding quarterback that he is,
now has to look to his second option, his back-up plan. Basically,
you know that really good-looking guy that your girlfriend swears is
just a friend but the whole time is looking to actively replace you?
That's where he's going to go right here at the top of the screen? Odell
Beckham Jnr is going to run right eye, mostly by him, he's going to
waive bye-bye to Eric Waddell. Odell Beckham Jnr with the triple jump.
Great play by him. Wow! What a player he is. This guy is not done
yet. What I want you to do is look down here the bottom of the screen,
because the Giants are going to run the exact same play. This time
they're going to use the tight end as well as using Odell Beckham Jnr,
essentially trying to get these guys to pick each other off again. Let's
see if it works this time. This time Odell Beckham will be his first
option. Check this out. And they hit each other off. Going all the way to
the end zone for an incredible touchdown. What a player this guy
is. More of the story must Odell Beckham Jnr is a great player. He
might be able to do things which quite frankly you're not! Look at
this guy! What a great player! He's a superstar, isn't he, Odell
Beckham Jnr? Oh, he's definitely a superstar. When you throw the ball
on 4th 1, that means he's a star. You were there over the weekend, so,
lots have been said about the nonsense with the kicking. And the
kicking net. But explain what it did to the crowd. Journalists and
ex-players can be per faced about it, but it is the supporters who
matter? He was like the emotional cowbell for the team. The stadium
was dead, and they see him making the big plays and they start going
nuts. There were loud, they got around him - he got that team fired
up. So it was flat before he got them going? Absolutely. Everybody
got behind him. It might look like a distraction, but it obviously
worked. Do you think Ben McAdoo, the head coach, is dealing with him
differently than Tom did any I think it was different because Tom was
dealing with him in a different respect. This was his last year, he
was trying to win games, so he had more of a leash for Odell Beckham,
allowing him to do some things which earlier on in his career, never
would have allowed him to do. Now he realises he has a superstar they're
on his hands, a guy who might be more important than Ben McAdoo. So
how do you deal with a guy like that? You have to let him do what he
does. Silly penalties? Yes, you always want to keep that under
control. Right, let's take a look
at our first round up of week six. Starting with the Jets in Arizona,
and watch a game this was for David Johnson, who rushed for 111 yards,
with three touchdowns. He is a superstar as well, Jason? He
definitely is. He can be great for them in the future. The Jets having
an awful time this season. Washington beat Philadelphia. You
like that?! You like that? What...? You just did it quite aggressively,
it worried me! Washington now fallen to, they've won four on the spin. --
four and two. Dallas are absolutely flying under attack press. The
rookie through for 247 yards. Green Bay are struggling, they? They are,
on offense. He does not look like himself, hopefully he has time to
bounce back. And talking of struggling teams, Carolina, well,
they were 21-0 down against New Orleans. They managed to get it back
to all square, and then the Saints kicked our field goal with 12
seconds to go. 11 seconds, it was. And it means that Carolina's
miserable season takes them to one and five. You could argue that their
season is all but over. The LA Rams, who are at Twickenham this Sunday.
Fifth to join the cheerleaders. There is the winning field goal. The
Rams have last two straight now and they are three and three and at the
moment, you're never quite sure what to expect. Let's look at the NSF
see, we took the Mick out of the NFC. They are playing well. The
Giants lost, the bounced back against the Baltimore Ravens.
Washington Redskins, everyone maligned Kirk cousins. We all know
about Dack Prescott. Let us talk more about Dack Prescott. What do
you do if your head coach of the Cowboys, stick with Prescott. I do
not change a thing, I would stick with Prescott. Why would you want to
make a change and disrupt that? Because Tony Romo is the better
player. He is a top five quarterback. I will not take
anything away from Dak Prescott?, but Tony Romo, you put him in the
same situation, if he is not endured... You cannot say that. It
is hard enough get momentum. Why cant you say that? It is not this
year. What have you done for me lately? I am very disappointed in
you. Now you know who your friends are. Carolina, one and five,
struggled to the saints. They didn't get it back. We can focus on Newton,
but the problem is the defense. The N delaying has always been the part
of the defense. They are not playing the way they did last year. With the
have a better record if Josh Norman was still there? I think so. He is
all about the defensive line, he came from the New York Giants. They
are not just playing up to their standards. Thank you.
Our next game sees two NFC divisional leaders go
Seattle topped the NFC West going into
week six, whilst over in NFC South, the Atlanta Falcons
Matt Ryan and Julio Jones, two reasons why Atlanta have dismantled
the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos this season. They now run
the gauntlet here, running into this defensive operation. It is hard to
settle in Seattle, the Seahawks with Russell Wilson are three and one and
looking good. They line up against each other, Richard Sherman and
Julio Jones. They need to get to the 19-yard line and the ball is out.
Seattle fumble. Tony McDaniel. And McDaniel, the recovery, Ryan was
unaware that Cliff April was closing in on him. This is the one place you
do not have want to have a turnover. They have got to fire up the Seattle
crowds. Christian Michael, the Carrie and Michael, touchdown,
Seahawks! This is how it happens, turnover in the red zone, you now
play complimentary football, the crowd is fired up. Stick it right
down their throat, quick early lead for Seattle. Two Atlanta possessions
later, Matt Ryan scored the first point of the game for the Falcons.
It was 7-3 to Seattle. Alex Collins. Gets the football and gets the
touchdown for Seattle. His first NFL touchdown. Seattle added three more
points before half time. This field goal extended their lead to 17-3.
After what happened in the first, they needed to change. Matt Ryan on
the edge. Ryan worked out that on the offseason. Wide open, Julio
Jones has it and in the zone, touchdown, Falcons. Richard Sherman
lined up outside and I think Kelsey McRae thinks they are playing third.
Julio Jones is wide open. He should not be able to get that open against
the Seattle defense. Good drive by Seattle. Matt Ryan fires, court,
mohamid so moved, touchdown at Atlanta. No need to speculate any
more, the momentum has shifted to Atlanta. They are without Michael
Bennett. This is definitely hurting. They are not playing where they
normally play. Top of your screen, as a receiver. Matt Ryan. Wide open.
Can he make it in the end zone? Touchdown, Falcons! I have to tell
you, when I was scouting this team, I do not think I said anything about
him catching a football. They said he was there blocking tight end.
When you see this play, you will wonder who is supposed to be
covering their sky. There he is. Plenty of time to play the football.
That is a clear, a defense that prides itself on soundness, has
given up two touchdowns without anyone in the screen.
Christian Michael. Touchdown, Seattle! Christian Michael, his
second of the day, fourth of the season. The lengthy extra point
here, to tie the game. That is blocked. You just do not take those
for granted. The second blocked extra point of the year and this one
looms very large. Four minutes to play. He has thrown again and off
their fingertips and intercepted. Barral Thomas has the pick. Seattle
has the football -- Earl Thomas. I was just getting ready to say, that
someone had to make a play. This was a drop by Julio Jones. Earl Thomas
tips it over. Earl Thomas, you give him a chance, he will make you pay.
All they have to do is eat some of this clock and steal a win.
Sometimes you have to step up and make plays. He has kicked game
winners before. He came in perfect in the field gold -- Gold apartment.
From 44 yards away. The Seahawks lead. We came into this game wanting
the number one offense against the number one defense. Number one
offense on the field against a defense that has had some problems,
an exciting finish here. Matt Ryan with time on 4th down for Julio
Jones. He cannot bring it down with one hand. Seattle takes over and
31-macro is hot, he wanted to pass interference. I am not sure he is
not wrong. -- Dan Quinn. Richard Sherman got away with it. He grabbed
the left arm, sorry, right arm, that should have been pass interference.
This defense will get away with one. This will be the one they will talk
about. This field goal, big touchdowns given up by the defense,
it is no goal on the pass interference that made the
difference. Fortunately we did well early. Nice first half. We came
back, we got the stops we needed. Very difficult game, but the dance
team is playing like crazy and they were hard to beat today. It was a
great match. We like Pete Carroll, he came on for an interview and he
was a very nice man. He has probably been very fair to Atlanta, they are
playing very well. They should have won. Arguably, apart from that last
call. They are playing outstanding football and I think they will be
really good for the rest of the year. We will come to the last play.
They were in control when Julio Jones did not catch the ball and
there was the Seattle interception. That was the first mistake. Coaches
always stress turnovers, if you lose that battle, you will lose a close
game. It went into the hands of Julio Jones and then popped out. Has
to get to him. Talk me through it. You see Richard Sherman, he uses his
inside arm to grab their inside arm of the receiver. The referee cannot
see. That is a savvy move. You're saying that is inside arm, that will
be covered from the view of the officials. You can see his view is
blocked. You who came quickly. And yet the big thing there and why Dan
Quinn was going berserk, the officials did not spot it and you
cannot do anything about that with the pass interference call. There is
no replay, the officials miss it, you are out of luck. Is that fair?
Yes, that is fair! In a game that can rely on replays and reviews, and
then you explain to the crowd in big screens, why shouldn't that be? It
is crucial, but there is hold in every place somewhere and they get
away with it and the referees know what to call when they call it. At
the time like that, they let you play. As they should. If they were
to call holding or look for interference in every play, you
would not get anything done. Neither of you have a problem? I like
holding on defense! Minnesota remain the only
undefated team in the NFL. Week 6 was a bye week
for the Vikings, but in Week 7, We asked him how his season is
going. It has been going well. We cannot get too excited or too happy.
Keep our foot on the gas pedal and get ready for the Eagles. Has it
surprised you how the season has begun would you have targeted more
at the start? We target occurring game. This week our opponent is the
Eagles and we focus on that. If you can stack those up, after a while,
that becomes your next goal. How strong are you as a group to cope
with the injuries you have suffered already this season, particularly
the Adrian Peterson one. For fans in Britain, he seems like you're
talismanic player. It is not good for any of our guys, they are
significant guys. At the same time, this league changes week to week and
you need to be ready to move forward. From a defensive
standpoint, what are you doing differently this year? Isn't
something schematically are you just more comfortable? Our coach has put
us in a position week in and week out. Just going out and executing
and trusting the guys beside you and in front of you. That is why this
group has grown. We have played a few years together now and there is
a lot of trust, between the whole group and I think that shows up. We
all know that the success of the defensive back is tied to the D
line, tell us how your defensive line has been playing? It is almost
like we have so many guys who can make plays. It is incredible. I have
not been around anything like it. The success relies on a good deed
line and vice versa. We talk about that. We just feed off each other
and we want the D line to be successful.
And finally, when you were growing up, were there any defensive players
who inspired you, any old men who might be sitting on the settee next
to me? Jason Bell! Honestly, I was just into watching the defensive
backs. I've always had my eye on those things. Harrison, that's the
biggest smile Jason has had on this show in 18 months of doing it. Thank
you very much for providing that. We wish you well for the rest of the
season. Thank you very much A quick reminder that you can get
Thank you very much another dose of We will bring you highlights
of Thursday night's football, and preview Week 7,
which includes the Twickenham game between the LA Rams
and New York Giants. Ahead of the first ever
NFL game at the home of English rugby, Osi met up former
England international How are you? I can't complain, I'm
out here with you. You look like a tank, Manjula this is like sink or
swim! Cut the music! You are still in excellent shape, man. You're kind
of sexy, Manjula no, I appreciated, but... You guys are getting out of
one shot knockout blow. Would you do it all over again? Not half. So,
that is The NFL Show, don't miss it...
Our final feature game comes from the AFC South,
where Indianapolis head to conference leads Houston,
the host city for this years Super Bowl.
The AFC South, wide-open. The highest-paid quarterback in the NFL,
Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts. $140 million over six years,
a price tag which demands results. The Colts so far, two and three.
Houston Texans, their star defensive end, Jay Z Watts, injured for the
season. Brock Ross Whiteley is their highly paid quarterback, tempted
from the Denver Broncos, but struggling so far.
Touchdown,. Oil! Andrew Luck told us last night, he said, I've got some
great team-mates but this guy may be my favourite. Everybody's favourite,
right? STUDIO: On the next Colts
possession, the field goal extended their lead. Houston responded with a
27 yard field goal from Nick Novak, which at least got them on the
board. 1st down and goal at the 1-yard
line. 82 yards, it started with those three runs, all resulting in
first downs. We're going to see a split in the fullback drawing the
linebacker to him and creating the big hole inside. That was some
drive, that was exactly what the Texans have been hoping for for a
long time. After the Colts time-out, they have an automatic three.
Gore... And Luck is going to get sacked! And they turn it over.
Merciless! They had the penalty to keep the drive alive, gives the ball
back to the Texans. 1st down and 14. Three-man rush, and up at the
20-yard line, the ball is loose. Vontae Davis got away with it. He
goes to the end zone. One official is marking its down as a catch and
the ball is down. Interception, it will take the touchdown away but it
will not take the ball away. What a play. Yes, the play is dead at that
point, at the 20-yard line. They have been going at it all night long
but that is some play. 2nd down and four. Andrew Luck comes back left.
Andrew Luck, no luck to the right side, comes to the left and runs his
way in with the touchdown. STUDIO: On the next Indianapolis
possession, this 36 yard field goal extended their lead.
Darryl Morris comes in in the secondary. Osweiler throws it to
him. Miller gets corralled but stays on his feet. Miller! Touchdown!
That's just a wow! That was awesome! He would have been stopped well
short of the 1st down. Instead, he gets the score. We'll know how he
did this! By the time he circles back, there are about seven guys
standing there. What a night for Miller! And this is Gore, and sure
enough, exactly what we mentioned just happened. Merciless makes the
tackle. Touchdown! CJ Fiedorowicz! Well,
that didn't take long! Andrew Luck, sacked! McKinney came
firing in! Just buried him! Osweiler, two touchdowns, bad first
half. 2nd down and ten from the 48-yard line. Osweiler, deep down
the left side lane... Strong! He's had some huge games against
Indianapolis, and he does it again! He stays inbounds, 36 yards! And
rock Osweiler has finally done it, he finally broke away from having to
totally rely on these moments, comes back the other way, and Jaelen
Strong delivers. That is a fantastic catch. Just so dangerous to leave an
NFL game early. 33 or to win the game. Which he does! -- 33-yarder to
win the game. What a dispiriting loss for the Colts. It's
disappointing, and it stinks. But there's opportunities there. It's
right to there. And you can't shoot yourselves in the foot, you cannot
believe points out on the field. You got to be able to score touchdowns
and you can't settle for field goals. I know we've got the best
field goal kick in the National Football League, but when you have
opportunities, you can't have poor play, whatever you want to call it.
We continue to shoot ourselves in the foot, and you can't do that. He
says they shot themselves in the foot. The commentators called it
dispiriting. If you get on to Houston, leading like that and
losing, it could define your season? It could. We all know their defense
is not playing well, I feel like a Luck is trying to force things now.
See him taking that sacked, it's like, does he feel like he has to
win the game for them? If you turn it back the other way, to look at
Texas, Osweiler has been inconsistent so far this season. The
way he came back into this game will be a huge boost for him and the
franchise? He didn't play particularly well at the beginning
of this game. But it's not how you start, it's how you finished, and he
finished excellent. He was outstanding towards the end, leading
that team towards a comeback. They might be able to ride this through
for a long period of time now double do you think he needs time? To
develop? Yes. Because he's very young and inexperienced and he has
this massive price tag on him? And it puts the pressure on him, for him
to think that he has got to win the games for him, whereas in reality,
he's just got to get it to the players outside. But the firms fans
and be thinking, we've just invested $70 million in this man. That's not
his fault! The ownership thought that this was a quarterback who was
worth that kind of money. All he can do is what he's able to do. All the
expectation, that's not his fault. I suppose also, as things are shaping
up, this doesn't look like a great division. Talking about the NFC last
year, this looks like a fairly middling to lower middling division?
Yes, and that's the advantage for them, especially after losing JJ
what. Now it is division, they can have success. No doubt about it, JJ
being lost for the season is a huge blow, but the division is so weak,
they should be able to overcome that. You see, you just came
straight out with it! I don't believe in diplomacy!
Now for our final round-up of the Week 6 action.
And we start with San Francisco and Buffalo, Buffalo winning this one.
The Bills have won four on the trot. Remember, after they won their first
game, Osi said, next week, Buffalo will go back to being Buffalo. And
he since clarified that to mean, when they reached the consecutive
Super Bowl's! -- Super Bowls! This was a chance to see Tom Brady after
his suspension. Very good quarterback! We saw Gronk touchdown
there. Seven reception morning for him. Raiders last to the Kansas City
Chiefs. Spencer where running for 131 yards. And the big boy ran for
all of one yard for that touchdown. And this was perhaps the most
surprising result of the week 's pass Steelers were beaten. It was a
big shock? Yes. He was not himself and they could not score the points
they usually do. And it was Ajayi who ripped them apart as well. We
will look at his performance shortly. But I think we can run
through the Week 6 results for you. You can pick your favourite team
out. In the early game, San Diego beating Denver.
Confirmation of the Panthers' crushing defeat to Saints. Buffalo,
who will always be Buffalo, just to wind Osi up! There are all the other
results. Obviously, all the division winners go into the playoffs at the
end of 16 weeks, and the two best sides who did not finish top will go
into the playoffs. So you're looking for four divisional winners and two
wild cards. And you can see how each division is developing. Let's look
at JJ and his performance. I say it was the shock of the week, but I
suppose what you're looking for now from Ajayi is consistency? Yes. He
had a good game. They're looking for a running back in Miami, someone
they can depend on. This was an outstanding performance by the
London born Ajayi. Will he be able to continue that? Nobody can run for
204 yards on a consistent basis. But can he play the way he played in
this game? I sure hope so. He needed that as well because he has had an
up and down start to the season? Yes, you've got to show what you can
do early. How worrying is that? When you see the top running backs, and
he is top, among some stellar names, including a man who could win Rookie
of the Year. That is a huge blow. Preseason,
already a little bit, people talking that they could be Super Bowl
champions. That is a surprise. Too inconsistent. For a team to go out
there and lose the way they have, mind-boggling, I do not understand
what is going on with the Pittsburgh Steelers. When the heat got banged
up, that is not the same. It happens a lot. Then they have hiccups like
that. Here is that important. Is that because of his sheer size and
physicality. He takes a lot of heads. He tries to develop those
roots down field and you will get some action. I want to look at
another quarterback, 28. He started for the first time against Buffalo
-- if Colin Kaepernick. He is going to be ring rusty. I think he had two
or three surgeries. The big issue was was he strong like in the past.
He made some really good runs. He will feel under pressure with
everything that has been happening. No question. You should feel under
pressure, he brought a lot of that on himself. On the field, it will
take time to get him back to playing the way he is accustomed. He under
threw the ball, he is a little weak, not quite as strong, but he will get
there. One of my favourite bits of the show. We want to see the photos
of when they used to play. This is what they had before going into week
six. This is how they have changed, both brought Dallas then. Jason, you
brought Seattle in. They are the strongest five teams for both of
you. Right now. It could change. Obviously. Seattle is playing good,
I love that defense. Russell Wilson is hot. I like Dallas. Is it close
to call? Orders one of the five standout? New England is head and
shoulders above everyone else. There is no one who can compete with them
consistently. Minnesota can compete with them? They would not beat them.
You know that. Let us look at social media. I particularly like this,
Tyrod Taylor. He was using mouthwash on the bench, so that his breath was
fresh. Let us look at a snap from Jason. He is with Sam Quek. You are
looking really friendly with him. Antonio Pearson as well. Shut up
both of you! One last reminder - join us
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of the LA Rams versus New York So, Week 6 wrapped up,
and what a week it was, as Week six, the ongoing saga of close
calls and final margins and edge of the seat thrillers. Another chapter
in a season that is turning into a horror show, the Carolina Panthers
one and five. In the week before the NFL returns to London, a Brit does
his bit. In TBM zone before the Miami touchdown. Making the yards,
the American way. Or Americans doing the all-American way. O'Dell Beckham
junior. Sack her Scots. -- Dack Prescott. Football the American way,
only in the NFL. There's a brand-new way to stay on
top of the Premier League action.