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And it will be time for these two teams to settle it


He's going to fire towards the end zone.


Reno have lost have lost the ball the ball up the near side.


It was this week that Justin Timberlake was announced


In the 14 years since his last Super Bowl performance,


I know we're intrigued to see what he'll reveal this time round.


When entering the NFL many young players dream


of landing in LA or New York, not many dream of


Although technically in New York - what's wrong with you -


However, this blue collar city loves its football


and there is genuine excitement about the Bills resurgence under


Heading upstate to face the Bills in Week 7 were a battered


Can't believe I've done this whole link like this.


We join the game in the second quarter with Tampa Bay 6-3 up.


From up-Tait state New York come the Buffalo Bills.


Remember you guys, when it's too tough for them, it's


Four straight years as champions of the AFC and four straight losses


COMMENTATOR: In the air, it's got the distance.


From down in Florida, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,


The Buccs - one Super Bowl, one victory.


Tipped for success this season, but their form a bit


like Jameis Winston's shoulder, a bit sore.


COMMENTATOR: LeSean McCoy on the back field.


Watch number Number 82, Logan Thomas, he's going to cross


formation and he just gets absolutely dropped here.


He's running free, down the sideline.


At the 7 for Buffalo, and it's going to be 1st and goal


Here's where Cameron Brate is often instead the other way.


Stephen Hauschka converted a 52 yard field goal to give Buffalo a seven


This is a very similar play to what they ran down


Again, it's lining OJ Howard up, away from the play.


Lavonte David who comes out of there with a fumble from McCoy.


Only the third giveaway by this Buffalo team.


We talked about how they don't beat themselves.


Well, since they've had some penalties, this is their first


Winston on the move for the end zone.


He had to catch it and keep his feet in, and I don't know how he did it.


It's ruled a touchdown, the official standing right there.


There's possession, one foot, dragging that back foot all the way


Tyrod Taylor having to come back and open.


There's a flag after the hit, and a second flag.


Put 15 more on that, hit to a defenseless player.


Personal foul, unnecessary roughness.


COMMENTATOR: McCoy, touchdown Buffalo.


LeSean McCoy, who much was made about the first five games


Well, he has two today, and we have a tie game.


You're going to double here, double here to the backside and then


you're going to have your centre come out here, and then the two guys


That is not easy to do down in the red zone.


Ball came out at the end, and Buffalo has it.


Tre'Davious White knocks it out and recovers it.


We saw Lavonte David get LeSean McCoy.


He's a rookie, and he's already got that feel,


The guys wrapped up, I'm not coming in to add to the tap-on,


Tyrod Taylor, completes to LeSean McCoy who stays in bounds,


and that was key, along with getting near the first down marker.


As the clock runs cannot be stopped by the Buccaneers,


Buffalo still has one time-out, but it is, the way they're


Stephen Houschka, the veteran kicker, from 30 yards away.


He's made from 52 25, and drills it.


A little drama, but he got it through.


I felt like there's a lot of heart on this football team.


Really, to me, personifies this city, doesn't it?


You know, heart, toughness, blue collar and the fans


And the guys stuck it out, played four quarters


and came out with the win, so it's good to see.


From listening to McDermott there, do you think this is something


they are going to play on going forward, the blue


collar, everybody pulling together, digging in?


If you know anything about the Buffalo area,


Kind of similar to the Green Bay, you know, so everybody really


You can see them, in the way they're playing.


Away, they've had that kind of stigma to them.


The main thing is as the head coach, you have be to the one


to identify what your team is, and he's doing that.


You know what else about Buffalo, you know they went to four straight


differential, you can explain this, is very, very impressive.


So that's how many times they've turned over the ball compared to how


many times their defense has turned over the ball from the


So it's about takeaways and giveaways.


You want more takeaways, you want to get more interceptions,


fumbles than you do interceptions and fumbles on offense.


So they're winning the turnover margin taking away the ball.


So Dave had 13, they got 13 from the opposition,


they themselves had three, so their turnover


It's a bit like goal difference in our football -


And 10 is a big number at this stage?


Coach Kaufman, who was my former coach, he used to come


into the meeting room every single day and say this -


the number one determinate between wins and losses


Let's look at some of their players then.


From players that not many people, let's be honest, will have heard of,


The quarterback is going to try to throw the ball into the zone.


Which is the space between the linebackers and the DB.


But instead of that, Matt Milano steps in front of that


Winston probably thought the guy couldn't make that play,


and that's why he tried to fit it in there.


You see him trying to pass it off, right.


Pass it off and disguise it right here.


Like he's passing it off, and he drops right


Awareness, his eyes on the quarterback.


When we see this, can you tell me whether Tre'Davious White makes


a mistake first of all, because he goes deep


That is part of what he's trying to do.


That's what he's doing and I really like this guy as a player.


No, he's disguising, trying to act like he's in cover two,


Once again we talked about running to the ball.


You see it at a better angle right here what he does


We call this the peanut punch, the Charles Tillman.


This is more important than the actual tackle, the punch.


Having the awareness to come and punch that ball out right there.


That's how they're winning the turnover margin.


They are at not just letting them coming to them,


Now you know the rule on this show is normally at least one piece


of analysis has to then allow Osi to hark back to his own golden days


and say how great he was at these kind of things.


So this is why we're showing Ryan Davies' play here, yes?


You guys are just speaking facts, it's not like you're lying.


I got the record for the most of these in the NFL.


It was a great play by him coming off the edge and the most important


part is, you see him go for the swipe.


He knocked the ball out of the quarterback's hands


which is the biggest play in sports.


I think we might get one more angle of that.


And this team is creating these kind of plays, you know.


We're going to show you now this man here, right.


Deonte Thompson, now he only joined from Chicago on Tuesday night.


So if you look very carefully at our graphic, you can actually see


we've had to put a Buffalo shirt over his Chicago shirt.


We haven't actually managed to put one on him up there at all.


But he arrived on Tuesday, he can't learn a play


But he arrived on Tuesday, he can't learn a play book in four days?


So you've just got to teach him a couple of plays.


And you see what he did in this game, he went vertical.


So when you go down the field, it's not so much a timing,


in sitting down in a zone, that's the stuff you've got


You've got to be able to do things vertically,


So you're basically saying to him - look, here are the three or four


plays maybe that we want you involved on and this


There's no possible way he could have learnt


the entire play book, so they just give him a couple


of plays and he went out there and delivered.


You see him making catches in traffic.


A quick reminder that The NFL Show is on this Saturday at 11.55pm


where you can catch highlights of Thursday night's game


between Miami and Baltimore and we'll also preview Cleveland's


You can also catch the show on the iPlayer.


Let's take a look at our first round-up of Week 7.


We'll start with the Rams and the Cardinals,


who were at Twickenham, and it was a bad day


for Arizona's Carson Palmer in the 2nd quarter.


It led to a an interception by Lamarcus Joyner.


Now estimated to be out for eight weeks.


Tom Gurley's great season continued with 100 yards,


And then Cooper Kupp sealed it late on, 33-0 for the Rams


and they are now an impressive five and two.


It could be musical chairs in Cleveland v Tennesse game.


Hue Jackson then benched him for the second week running.


Zane Gonzalez with that kick took it to overtime for the Browns, but then


Tennesse's Ryan Succop was the hero from 47 yards to win it.


Tennesse now four and three and on top of the AFC South.


Cleveland better not bring that stuff over here.


We're going to be great entertainers over here.


Brett Hundley had his first career start.


Green Bay relied on Aaron Jones' running.


But then Drew Brees scored the game-winning touchdown


in the 4th quarter and the Saints are now four and two.


Let's take a look at the Bengals v Steelers, a big AFC North clash


Roethlisberger threw two touchdowns, including this one.


Chris Boswell did the rest of the damage, kicking five field


goals and Pittsburgh in the North are pulling away a little bit,


Let's talk about Le'Veon Bell, shall we, because I mentioned


He also touched the ball, Osi, 38 times in this game.


That is an incredible amount of touches, man.


And at the runningback position, where you're getting hit


38 touches is entirely too much for him.


He's going to break down if they keep on running him like this.


Yeah, you see why he missed half the pre-season, right?


He knew he needed to rest his legs as long as he could because this


But that's a difficult balance then, isn't it?


This is what works for them with balancing out with


I mean the player's health is extremely important,


not only to himself, but to the franchise


because they are going to need this guy late on in the season.


They can't afford to keep running him like this.


And even if he doesn't get injured through all the hits,


just the sheer amount of work he will be going through on a 38


touch game, would you expect to see a drop off from him say when you get


to Week 14, 15 maybe in a the playoffs?


He's always had an up-and-down kind of way of his season rolling.


He'll have a game like this and the next game not as many yards.


Let's take a look at the celebration though that happened


JuJu Smith-Schuster scoring the touchdown.


Of course celebrations are allowed by the NFL.


They have relaxed the rules this year.


I'm not sure he is aware of what game is going on!


But they then go and play hide and seek.


Guys from Long Beach, California, you know, we are


I mean, it is utterly ridiculous, but


it adds a little bit of entertainment, doesn't it?


It's like children at play, basically.


And you see them with the enthusiasm, it is


Let's take a look at Green Bay, who ran the ball


more than maybe you would expect them to.


But without Aaron Rodgers, that kind of makes sense.


You've got to make it as easy as you can on on


You've got to try to make the game as one-dimensional as


Run the ball, make easy throws when you can.


He threw 12 from 25 for only 87 yards.


We have obviously picked the bits where it


Green Bay fans are going to have to be patient here, aren't they?


I mean, nobody is Aaron Rodgers bar Aaron Rodgers.


They are going to have to be patient with a


But the running game is something that they are


But teams, what they're going to do is they are


going to stack the box, which means they're going to bring extra


defenders into the area where you are trying to run the ball.


And if he can't do that, they're going to lose


Did you know the coldest ever recorded temperature in


Minnesota came in February 1996 at a cool minus 51


As host to this year's Super Bowl, which is also in February,


we're excited at the prospect of taking a stroll around Minnesota!


Luckily the Vikings' $1.1 billion stadium came


with a roof to shield everyone from the Arctic conditions.


To make the Super Bowl at their home stadium,


the Vikings firstly need to make the playoffs.


Following Green Bay's loss against New


Orleans and Aaron Rodgers' long-term injury, the NFC


That is Brandon Carr with the interception.


Coming up the sideline and out of bounds across


It is the worst nightmare for a quarterback.


STUDIO: That interception set the tone for the first half, both


offences struggled to get anything going, having to settle for field


The Vikings went into the break with a 9-6 lead.


A Kai Forbath field goal in the start of the second half


COMMENTARY: I think it is important for Baltimore to


You want to know why they're first in the National Football


League and third down defence, you get them in third long,


they're finding different ways to


put on the pressure and cause confusion.


You get a guy clean like that, you have no chance as a


Latavius Murray, his first touchdown of the season.


Getting Latavius to get second level, Weddle he has


He's just going to run, it's wide-open here.


Looks like Jefferson and Weddle right here.


He is going to be wide-open in the middle field


Jefferson wide-open in the middle of the field.


Across the 42 about the 43.5 or 44 yard


yard field goal to leave them down by nine heading into the fourth


COMMENTARY: Flacco under pressure again!


There is really nowhere for Joe Flacco to go.


Kendrick is coming in, finishing off.


Maine the man on Webb, Keenam lays it up over that outside


STUDIO: Minnesota added a Kai Forbath field goal on


the following possession to stretch their lead to 12 points.


COMMENTARY: Once again the 3rd and long, see if the Ravens


Joe Flacco for the screen, that is not going to work.


Trying to throw a screen with the centre,


trying to get out, watch as he snapped the ball and tries getting


Anthony Barr recognises it and he beats him to it.


STUDIO: Kai Forbath added another field goal


on the next possession to give him six and put


the Vikings 24-9 up with


COMMENTARY: Joe Flacco running for the endzone, but did he


So the 13 yard touchdown pass from Joe


Flacco to Chris Moore is the final play of this game.


The Minnesota Vikings winning it by 24-16.


We're going to go and get ready to go over across the


We're not there for tea and crumpets, we are


Lets find out more about the Minnesota Vikings now and how


they're feeling ahead of this trip to London.


No bangers and mash and no tea and crumpets


Yeah, you know, we will probably get some good food, some fish and chips


But obviously it's a business trip, so you know,


that is what he was talking about there.


There is a guy on our show by the name of Jason Bell.


He can't shut up about Harrison Smith!


And me and Mark don't think you know him.


Do you know a guy by the name of Jason Bell, or not?


You know, he keeps blowing up my phone, I never


You know, he has taught me a lot about the game on


So I'm fortunate to have a guy like that in my


I will let him talk to you in a moment but do you feel like you


are in some of the best form you have ever had?


You know, that is my goal, you know, there are always


plays here and there that I wish I did something different on.


But when you play on a defence that has so


many good players on all three levels, it makes doing your own job


And I know I want to play well so it makes the guy in front of


me or beside me have more success at his job.


So we all play well together right now.


You have been out here before this off-season.


You have been out here this off-season, did a


Has anything changed in your preparation and if so, tell


I think to come over there beforehand


is an advantage that only a couple of guys get to have.


Because we already get to go over and see what


So we are not as much, you know like a tourist because I


know, I have already seen some stuff that I want to see, now I can just


And I think, you know, don't get lost in the travel


This game is all that matters to us right


There is time for those other things maybe in the off-season.


I think coming over there beforehand and


getting to enjoy the UK makes it a little bit easier for myself.


Harrison, you have got a secondary who has been playing outstanding.


But I want to ask you about the defensive line.


These guys are really creating havoc up front.


Yeah, you know, I think to start with they are


You know, even when we have high safety locks, the guys up front


And then when it becomes third down and in passing


situations they're getting off the ball.


You know, coming off the edges and the guys in the middle are


And making it very difficult for quarterbacks to


Do you feel that as it is in your division, that


the injury to Aaron Rodgers has given everybody in that division


You know, I don't like to talk about injuries


like that, you know, it is


You know, he is arguably the best player in the


game so he is really hard to play against, hard to defend.


But it doesn't change anything for us, we


I can't speak for the other two teams, but as long as


we're on ourselves and playing good football, within the Vikings


organisation, then we can control what happens to us.


I got a statement to make because I know you


But you keep playing how you are playing, you could be


But I have an non-football question for


How much do you love flying aeroplanes?


You know, I'm still trying to get you to


But you know, I take time off during the season,


I don't get up there until it is the off-season.


And I can focus a little more and really


just enjoy it and go on some fun trips and things.


Is that what you use to relax, is that your


Not during the season, obviously, but during the


There is some relaxation, there is some like,


It is a mix of everything because you cannot always


But it is fun, it is like a stress reliever.


So his thing is art, mine is flying planes.


That's my friend, he knows things about me!


Harrison, thank you so much for coming on.


And you can catch Harrison and his Minnesota Vikings


this Sunday on BBC Two from 1pm as they look to pile


It's not often the Jets are described as the best team in


New York but even the staunchest Giants fan would


have to admit they currently reign supreme.


In a league obssessed by the next big thing, the Jets


opted this season for 38-year-old quarterback Josh


Miami come into this game following the


comebacks of all comebacks last week in Atlanta.


17-0 down at half-time against the Super Bowl runners-up,


the worst offence in the league somehow came out 2017 winners.


The New York Jets in the Sunshine State, at the home of


The Jets, fuelled by history, the exploits of


Joe Namath led the Jets to a surprising victory...


Or the Miami salad days of Super Bowl


When the Dolphins completed their unique, unbeaten


Whose experienced arm will show the way now?


Not quarterbacks fresh out of college, but the thirtysomethings


COMMENTARY: Josh McCown looking up top for Jermaine.


I love the fact that Josh McCown throws them open.


He is throwing to a spot, now they have a rhythm and


timing with the receivers and the quarterback and gets lost.


Looked like he hit the ground before he got


I'm not sure that ball hits the ground.


It never hit the ground but I wonder if his left foot


After reviewing the play, the ruling on the field is changed.


Cutler rolling to his right and there is Landry.


Finally getting on the board thanks to the


offence in the first half this season, Jeremy Kerley to the left of


Again it is on the Rookies, the second time they have exposed


And that is exactly where Cutler goes!


36th touchdown of Fasano's career - 3rd and 14.


The rookie Chad Hansen split to the left of McCown.


So the Jets are going to be forced to punt with 3.16 to go.


Ball tipped in the air and that is intercepted!


And wouldn't you know, it is Muhammad Wilkerson.


He must have heard us talking about him!


Muhammad Wilkerson who's celebrating his 28th birthday today and


the interception sets up a 2nd and goal for the Jets.


Up the middle, waiting for the signal on the touchdown.


Cannot pull it in but there is a flag on the field.


And you can see Cutler is slow to get up.


Jordan Jenkins was the man with the pressure.


That is the shot you take and you are exposed in that pocket.


You cannot protect these quarterbacks any more.


He hits them in the right target and that is a good, clean play.


That is what you're susceptible to as a quarterback


and you are vulnerable in that position.


So Matt Moore now in the ball game, he was filling


That has made the rookie safety, definitely a miscommunication.


3rd and nine, to the backfield for Josh McCown.


Keep your eye on Jermaine to the outside of your screen.


McCown running to his right, directing traffic.


Austin Seferian-Jenkins what a year he has had.


Delayed handoff, and that is not going to do it.


Dolphins two of eight on third down so far today.


Jakeem Grant to the left of Matt Moore, that is


someone they wanted to get more involved today.


He goes the other direction this time.


Matt Moore, his first touchdown pass of the season.


Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Anderson and Kerley out on the field.


Stills catches it over feel the pressure from two


Cameron Wake and and Davon Godchaux and Charles


Complete to Landry inside the five yard line.


What a grab by Kenny Stills you have to be impressed with what Matt Moore


has done since the entering the game for Jake.


Picked off by McCown. A game cleaning play. Game winning field


goal from. It's up and it is good. That's going to be the ball game.


The Dolphins with the big comeback It's always fun to get a win. When


you are contribute and have, you know, a comeback like that. It's fun


for everybody. The guys did an unbelievable job staying together. I


don't think this team is built to lay-down. We will come out winning.


We had a chance to finish. Made too many mistakes and we have to develop


killer instinct to finish ball games. It's brutal. It may be harsh


to say. Did Cutler's injury help the Dolphins? It helped Matt Moore. You


hate to see a guy go out. You can tell this is going to be bad. Two


broken ribs and all that. You know, Matt Moore is on the sideline. He


has the able to see what the Jets were doing. When he came on the


field he had a kind of a good rhythm of what their game plan was sglechlt


had has been at the Dolphins from 2011. He is no stranger to what they


want to do. No question about that. He has been there for a while. There


is a reason why he hasn't been in the football gales. You have Cutler.


They brought in another quarterback so they don't have to play Matt


Moore. There something about him that we don't know that they don't


like about this kid. Two good comebacks in the last two ex-weeks


for the Dolphins they have the worst offense in the league. How do you


explain it Their defense is keeping them in games. A up could of points


down, their defense keeps on playing. Offensively they keep on


plugging way. Eventually the big plays start to happen. They run the


ball more. It opens up things for them down the field. You are right.


When you have a good defense it gives you a chance. You can get the


ball back and have an opportunity to score. As offense you have to find


your rhythm. Sgle this e they were a playoff team last year. They are not


no hopers, are they? They have pieces in play. It's the quarterback


position. If you don't have a good quarterback you have to find other


ways in playing the game. Is that Cutler down and Moore starting? I


don't think. If he's out for a couple of weeks. If he can play this


week or next week they will go back to Cutleer. Hopes. Let's look at


some other games from Week 7. We will start with the Jaguars play the


Coals. This was the 1st quarter. Their offense was awful. They have


to pay tribute to the Jaguars defense. How did he make it out of


the game. Capping it off with a 58 yard touchdown run in the 3rd


quarter. The Jags have now done to four and three. You got it, buddy.


Panthers at the Bears. He is not your buddy, is he? No. Newton high


pressure awful day. Chicago's defense sacked him five times,


intercepted twice. Jackson had two over 75 yard returns for touchdowns.


This is his second in the 2nd quarter. The first Bear to score two


defensive touchdowns in the game since 1948. He loves it. The Cowboys


thrashed the 49ers. Prescott on fire. That early catch. Three


touchdowns. This is his third. 2 yards this one in the 3rd quarter.


Dallas move to three and three. The 49ers are the only winless team in


the NFC. Seahawks beating the Giants. The Giants struck first with


Ingram's 2nd quarter touchdown. Wilson put in Baldwin after half


time. They played key ball with lacy before putting in Richardson.


Seattle four and two. We won't mentioned the Giants. Fall cans


against the patriots. Rubbing in in their face. The fog meant you


couldn't see a lot of it. Patriots dominated. They got the lead through


Cooks. They lost Jones. They got a consolation touchdown. Out on


offense over there. Our final game comes from Monday night football.


The form team in the NFC, the Philidelphia Eagles looking to


extend their 5-1 record against inch FC East rivals the Washington


Redskins. The score is tide at 3-3. Touchdown Washington. Going for a


deep ball. Has a man behind the defense. It's caught for a


touchdown. The rookie, Hollins with his first career touchdown. 64


yards. Deep down the field and caught. Still on his feet. He's


tripped up. Nice move. Philidelphia's first lead of the


night. From the nine yard line. Stays on his feet. Gets it off. It's


a touchdown. The rookie out of Wisconsin.


Wentz is unbelievable. 3rd down 11. It's right on target for a big first


down. 1st and goal from inside the five. A Washington touchdown. Lining


up as if they are coming after him. They do. He's in trouble. Wentz will


be escaping from the 18 yard line. How on in the world did that happen?


1st down out to the 44 yard line. Breaking the hearts of the


Washington Redskins. Smallwood gets runover. Was he down? Where did he


go? Wentz. He gets caught. And another touchdown. Deep drop.


Running out of time. Picked off. Graham, shoved out-of-bounds by


Chris Thompson. Elliott kicked a 42 yard field goal to extend the Eagles


lead with six minutes left. Washington were not giving up just


yet. He fire fires one for Reed. Touchdown Washington.


Every time you do win a game, it is harder. And the bull's-eye on our


back becomes bigger. It just becomes a challenge every week. That's a


tribute to the guys in the locker room. We had a good game plan. You


know, they did some things early that got to us.


Which just knew we had to weather the storm, keep our poise. We knew


the plays would be there. We just... We kind of starting clicking. Again,


we knew we had to weather that storm, stay together and we made the


plays. He studies and prepares like I've never seen before in a


quarterback. To be this young and to hang in there and take shot after


shot. A lot of guys would probably duck and run or throw the ball away.


That's just not in him. That's not his demeanour. We lost. It wasn't


good enough by anybody offensively. Great throws, great plays,


touchdowns. For the most part there are a few issues I'm sure he wish he


had back, some I wish we had back, everyone in the locker room wishes


they had back. Three in three, a long way to go. Carson Wentz was


incredible for the Eagles. We will talk more about him on Saturday's


show. A successful team needs to be together. The Eagles showed amazing


unity. Players and when Jason Peters went down. The crowd were chanting


his name. All the Eagles players surrounded him as well.


When he goes down, Osi can tell you, he's one of the best in the league.


The unity of that team. Did you see that? An incredible amount of


support for this man. The team is really together. An amazing defense


as well. On Saturday's show we will go back on Carson Wentz. It was a


good performance by the Eagles defense? That was the big question


mark, how was the defense going to play. They are playing lights out.


The defense upfront are amazing. Causing pressure an winning games


for them. Jacksonville rebranded themselves.


Two double digit sack games in the first seven weeks of the season. You


played this position. You played corner where Ramsey is as well. You


would be right here! So let's look at what Calais


Campbell did first of all. They spent big on


getting him from the They spent a big amount


of money on this guy. But because Tom Coughlin


is the guy who believes in the defensive pressure, believes


in defensive linesmen, and he is This is an incredible


young man, making You see right there,


that was an incredible play. Just grown man strength,


is what we like As he pushed the guy back


and got to the quarterback. Yeah, and there is a reason why the


defensive backs are playing well, And he is coming off the edge,


just throwing people around, We have mentioned this


before, but you know, the wide receivers might take


the glory, the quarterbacks, But when you see stuff like this,


it makes you realise and understand why teams


spend big on players Basically offence wins games,


defence wins championships, man. And this guy right


here is a cornerstone Not just about spending big,


you have to draft well And that is what he did


with Jalen Ramsey, who is the 2016 One draft pick, man


I wish I was there. This is week five


against the Steelers. This is and right now you see


with this movement, he So you can tell he is


in his own covers. So that means he is going


to have his eyes on the quarterback, reading


the quarterback. Comes underneath, makes for the pick


and then gives some and To his near sideline,


that is important. Get out of there, you


don't want to get hit. He is one of the best corners


in the league right now. And he is young, he is only


getting better and he is Some of these young


quarterbacks, they're I mean, these guys are now


adjusting to the game in college, they're playing more to be


competitive in this league. Do the Jaguars need this defence


because on offence they are This is their formula,


we talk about it. And they've got


a great defence and a They need to be not


so inconsistent on offence, run the ball like he said and keep


playing good in defence. Let's take a look


at the standings then And the Patriots are back


on top of the AFC East. But Buffalo and Miami


are keeping pace. Pittsburgh have a two-game


advantage in the AFC North. In the South Tennessee


and Jacksonville are tied and Kansas City Chiefs have lost


for the last two weeks, but they're In the NFC in the east


the Eagles are the form team in the NFC and probably


in the whole league at the moment. Green Bay without Aaron Rodgers


have a battle on in the north. Drew Brees and the Saints


top the NFC South. And in the NFC West the Rams


continue to defy the odds and lead Now the NFL show


is on this Saturday after Match of the Day


where you can catch highlights of Thursday night's game


between the Miami and Baltimore. We'll also look ahead to Cleveland's


game at Twickenham this And talking of that game


the final London Series game between Minnesota Vikings


and the winless Could they get their


first win of the Probably not but stranger


things have happened. That's live from 1pm


on BBC Two this Sunday. You can also catch


the shows on the iPlayer. That is because all your


friends are there. Are you going to wear


a Cleveland jersey? I'm more interested


in what you've got on We are off to talk art


with Jason Bell now! Who said they could


be in contention? What happened to the


hopes so high only Sometimes you need to see


through the fog, cut


It's week seven of the NFL season and Mark Chapman, two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora and former NFL corner Jason Bell run through extended highlights from the weekend's action. The New England Patriots host the Atlanta Falcons for the first time since the epic Super Bowl LI where Atlanta surrendered at 28-3 lead to Tom Brady and the Patriots.