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Mark Chapman, two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora and former NFL corner Jason Bell run through extended highlights from the weekend's action.


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He's going to fire toward the end

zone!

Touchdown!

He's looking

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downfield...

Unbelievable!

How did

he do that?

For the win,

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unstoppable.

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Hello, and welcome to NFL This Week.

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As the regular season moves

into the depths of winter,

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more than ever players

thank their lucky stars they ended

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up playing in Los Angeles

rather than Buffalo.

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Whilst the lucky few with contracts

to play in California basked

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in the winter sun this Sunday,

those unlucky few in Buffalo woke

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up ahead of their game

against Indianapolis to 16 inches

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of snow wondering where

it all went wrong.

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Joining me once again, 2-time

Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora

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and former NFL

Cornerback, Jason Bell.

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Right, with four rounds to go,

this is how the playoff picture

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looked coming into play.

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In the AFC unsurprisingly

Pittsburgh and New England

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are currently 1 and 2 seeds.

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Kansas City have been pulled back

into an AFC West fight and any slip

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up against divisional rivals Oakland

could see them fall back

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into the hunting pack behind

the Raiders and the LA Chargers

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should they win.

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As per the AFC, we have two 10-2

teams sitting as the 1 and 2 seeds.

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Despite defeat to Atlanta

on Thursday, New Orleans remained

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leaders of the NFC South

and as the 4th seed.

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Atlanta incidentally could slip back

into playoff contention if Seattle

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were to lose this week.

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Detroit, Green Bay and Dallas

all still have playoff hopes too.

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Our first game comes from the NFC.

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Philadelphia head to Los Angeles

looking to clinch

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the NFC East and a playoff spot.

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The LA Rams come into this one

with a slender lead over

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Seattle in the NFC West.

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Interestingly, 42 of their 53

man roster have never

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experience a winning season,

something the Rams have

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achieved this year for

the first time since 2003.

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At the heart of both teams are two

second year quarterbacks who both

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shared a special night

in April 2016.

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The draft, part red carpet showbiz,

part cattle market, or pro football

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market. Up for grabs, the college

talent of America, and the number

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one pick in 2016? The rounds, now

back in Los Angeles with the first

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Choice.

The Los Angeles Rams select

Jared Goff.

The Philadelphia Eagles,

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second choice.

Carson Wentz.

Through

meteoric rise up to heady heights,

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second-year pro is on top of their

divisions, a long way for the --

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from the cattle walk now.

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On 1st down. Touchdown, Los Angeles!

He blocks down and helped spring

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early Janzen two defenders meeting

him at the line, but you're not

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going to stop Hurley from scoring.

Wentz, touchdown Cilic. What an

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answer from Philadelphia.

A

breakdown in communication. The

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touchdown is there.

Listen to this

noise from the Eagles sounds. Pass

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over the middle, it is caught for

the touchdown. That is Trey Burton!

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The perfect Root called as the

defender jumps to the outside. Alec

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Ogletree tried to get underneath it,

and Carson Wentz makes another

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perfect throw. 3rd down, Wentz,

throws, pass court, end zone,

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Burton, touchdown.

A perfectly

thrown ball by Wentz and knowing the

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window he had and where he had to

put it to give Burton an opportunity

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to make this play because Mark Byron

can make a play on it as well.

3rd &

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10. A blitz here possibly. Cooper

caught it. Inside Eagles territory.

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Good move. Looking for a block from

Watkins. Gets it down inside the 15.

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What a play on 3rd & 10 for 64

yards. On 3rd down, Jared Goff, pass

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court... Touchdown!

This won't show

up on the stat sheet that Jared Goff

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has pressure at his feet and is

having to make the throw and if that

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ball is not where it is, it's not

going to be a touchdown.

J Keleher's

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field goal extended the lead to ten

points before half-time.

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COMMENTATOR: Throw by Jared Goff and

court for the touchdown, Watkins.

It

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is one-on-one out here and yet the

Eagles play this pretty well. They

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are trying to drive the inside

receiver up the field that creates a

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natural picking action and for the

throw to Watkins. That some of the

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stuff The Eagles got hurt on last

week against Seattle.

Blitz, Alec

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Ogletree comes on the blitz. Wentz

hangs to the sideline, broken up.

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This one is blocked. And for the

touchdown... The rounds take the

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lead! They overload the left side

and as the protector, you've got to

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make a decision who you are going to

take and he does not take the inside

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diet, the one with the shortest path

to the punter. Instead he goes to

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the outside and it leaves Thomas

with an opportunity to go and make

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the play. Wentz to his right, the

flag is down. Wentz in for the

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touchdown, but a flag throne.

REFEREE:

Holding, fence, number 65.

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10-yard penalty. Still 1st down.

Carson Wentz got hit hard.

Johnson

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at right tackle. Trying to get the

ball to Nelson. There is the hit. I

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think the most party does a pretty

good job of protecting himself, but

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when you start getting hit low like

that, there is always concerned.

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Wentz... Time runs out, passes to

Jeffrey for the touchdown. A new

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franchise record for Carson Wentz,

his 33rd touchdown of the season.

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Nobody wants to see this. Carson

Wentz going off to get looked at in

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the locker room. Watch 's legs and

body just fold on that hit.

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Cutting back, touchdown! Good job by

this offensive front. Showing some

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patients. Could have got down with

any contact but great job finishing

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that drive.

Eagles are reporting is

a left knee injury. He's done for

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today. All the support staff with

Carson Wentz walked out shaking mad.

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One of the bright stars of the

league. Hopefully he will be able to

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bounce back. Right now this game

belongs to Nick Foles. STUDIO: Nick

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Foles's drive led to another field

goal. Ahead by one point.

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COMMENTATOR: Jared Goff. The ball is

out. Picked up by The Eagles.

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MacLeod takes it to the 25. STUDIO:

The Eagles added another Elliott

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field goal of the turnover to lead

by two points with less than five

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minutes left. COMMENTATOR: 3rd & 8.

Nick Foles protected, pass caught by

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Aguillon. No bigger catch than that

for a 1st down. Looks like they

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almost lost the handle... Cannot get

the 1st down. The clock will

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continue, there will be one more

play the Jared Goff, barring a

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defensive foul.

It is lateral time. Austin. Taken by

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Philly. They go to 11-2.

Everyone is

really excited about the win, big

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yeah, you have your starting

quarterback go down, it's emotional.

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It's emotional for me, I work with

him every day, we do everything

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together.

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him every day, we do everything

together.

It's a great learning

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opportunity for us. A handful of

things took place in that game that

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we will learn from. We will learn

from our mistakes, including me,

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starting with me.

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So the Eagles clinch

the NFC East division,

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They are in the playoffs, and yet

there is a sense of gloom and doom,

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isn't there, because of what

happened to Carson Wentz?

There is a

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cloud hanging over this franchise

right now. Carson Wentz, the

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enigmatic, outstanding young

quarterback this but putting has got

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injured. This is a guy who brought

so much life and vitality to that

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franchise, unfortunate to see.

You

hate to see this, especially for a

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guy who is making every throw. You

see him going for the go-ahead score

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here.

Just unlucky, isn't it? He

just Islam wedged between two

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members of the Rams defense and one

of them just get the side of his

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knee?

It is football, crazy things

happen. He was up in the air and

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exposed. What was impressive with

this throw when he was hurt. I

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watched and I said, the guy looks

hurt. He whipped it in there. You

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know they are going to miss that. At

the goal-line is where you have to

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have a special quarterback, because

the field is condensed. They will

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miss him there.

I think it's

remarkable he tried to keep going,

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an indication of how tough he is.

I

think he has displayed that through

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the season. When he was in the

pocket took some shots, popped right

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up and went back to you work. A

tough young football player.

His ACL

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is injured, it is him for the rest

of the season may be the start of

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next season. This is what he said

Monday social media.

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I will be with the team along the

way, supporting them, I have the

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utmost confidence in Nick and the

coaching staff that they will step

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up. We've played with injuries all

year long. It's just been the next

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man up mentality and that will

continue. Nick will do an amazing

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job and lead this team out. I will

be there to support and help in

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whatever way I can.

Is this in any

way reminiscent of what happened to

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the Raiders last season with Derek

Carr? For example, they then fell

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off a cliff and it was all gone for

them? Do you see it being similar or

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are there differences?

I think there

are differences. This team is

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different, defensively they are

outstanding, they have a strong

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running game. Nick Foles is a good

quarterback, he has the ability to

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get in and get the job done. I don't

think they will fall off the cliff

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here.

Nick Foles won't be able to do

some of the things Carson Wentz is

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done that we can see here. I suppose

it is how The Eagles protect Nick

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Foles, to allow him to do some of

this kind of thing?

Yes, this team

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is built differently, built for

success. With the... Two Ronnie

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Baxter with the same, able to run

the ball and be effective and

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defensively, they are playing much

better at the back than we thought

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they would and they've got that

great defensive set.

I think Carson

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Wentz needed this time off. He has a

royal wedding...

LAUGHTER

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That he is planning for.

Exactly!

You think Nick Foles will get more

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protection?

I think so. They won't

take some of the deep shots they

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were accustomed to take with Carson

Wentz. They will do things based off

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the running game, play action pass,

but they will be able to get by with

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Nick Foles.

And remember, in

history, their raw back-up

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quarterbacks who have taken their

team to Super Bowl glory. I think

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seven or maybe eight, depending on

what you class as a back-up

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quarterback, but basically ones who

didn't start the season, there are

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seven that have taken their teams to

Super Bowl glory.

I bet you know who

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they are.

I know of you, do you know

any?

Kurt Warner. Statler for the

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Giants.

Yeah...

Came after...

Baltimore.

Washington Redskins?

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Williams.

This could go on for a

very long time that your favourite

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quarterback ever? Tom Brady's first

Super Bowl with the Patriots, he was

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a back-up at the start of the

season.

Yes!

He got hit on the

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sideline, too.

Thank you. My

pleasure, I'm here to educate,

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surprisingly.

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And don't forget the NFL Show

on Saturday after Match of the Day.

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We'll take another look back at week

14 and preview week 15 too.

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That's all from 11.45pm on BBC One.

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How did I not know Tom Brady?!

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A reminder too that our shows

are available iPlayer,

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including last weeks Atlanta special

where we went behind the scenes

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at their incredible facility.

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The producer has written me this

line, if you haven't seen it, put

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aside some time, it's well worth it.

That is him blowing his own trumpet.

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Right, let's take a look at some

of the other week 14 games.

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Right, let's take a look at some

of the other week 14 games.

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Starting with this AFC West matchup

between Oakland and Kansas City.

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Hunt got his first touchdown in nine

games.

We were talking about him for

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the Rookie of the year.

The Chiefs

dominated. Marshawn Lynch scored one

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of two touchdowns. The Chiefs picked

Mac and are still top of the AFC

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West. The Chargers were looking for

their fourth win on the bounce at

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home to Washington. Hunter Henry set

them on their way with that opening

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touchdown. Philip Rivers put them

20-6 up. That is 75 yards to Tyrone

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Williams in the second quarter. The

Chargers played the Chiefs next

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week. -- play the Chiefs next week.

A tightly contested divisional game

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between the Patriots and Dolphins. A

bad day for Tom Brady. Miami...

He

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said not me today!

Patriots didn't

convert a single 3rd down, the first

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time that has happened to them since

1991.

Get them, Cutler!

Miami still

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clinging on to a playoff hope. There

is a game of football going on

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somewhere in this blizzard. Very

cold, as we have been saying in

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Buffalo. Full of snow. The teams ran

the ball 97 times, the most in a

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game since 1981. Nathan Peterman

found Benjamin for that touchdown.

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The Colts responded two quarters

later, Jack Doyle. And then this 21

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yard touchdown in overtime.

Why is

he running like that?

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Onto the Titans and the Cardinals.

The Titans came into this game on

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top of the AFC South. Henry's six

yard touchdown was all they could

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muster in this game. Four field

goals for the Cardinals and it drops

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tenancy to eight and five. It gave

the Jaguars that chance to lead the

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division, and they took that chance

against Seattle. Russell Wilson was

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picked three times in this one.

Come

on, go get it, go get it!

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Jacksonville defense we've paid

tribute to a lot this season. A 75

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yard touchdown.

He didn't break

stride!

That gave the Jaguars the

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lead in the third quarter. Wilson

then weaved his magic, 61 yard throw

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to Richardson, and the Jaguars held

on to take the lead in the AFC

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South. Extended highlights of this

game to be shown on Saturday's show

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and we will talk more about

Jacksonville during that game as

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well.

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Jacksonville during that game as

well.

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I mentioned Oakland on what happened

to Derek Carr. Do you think there

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are still

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to Derek Carr. Do you think there

are still coming to terms with that

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question and they haven't been very

good this season. Derek Carr

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admitted after this defeat that he

is to blame.

He definitely hasn't

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been very good. Like a scene out of

one of my favourite movies

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been very good. Like a scene out of

one of my favourite movies, Jerry

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Maguire, you don't understand the

pressure $50 million comes with!

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LAUGHTER

He hasn't been able to live up to

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that contract. Not having a good

season this year.

If there is anyone

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on this over who might know that...

You know what, it's like these guys

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we were talking about, Derek Carr,

Mario. Winston, they were supposed

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to be like a next generation of

quarterbacks. They all seem to not

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be playing well. It's like they all

took a step back this year. I don't

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know why the Raiders on running the

ball more, they have Marshawn Lynch

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and he still playing well. They just

want to showcase this guy.

Is jack

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under pressure?

Yeah.

Now it's there

the Chargers to win. Chargers side

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that started 0- four.

They did, but

it was a close run of games. They

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just needed a boost to put them over

the edge may have found that boost.

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LAUGHTER

Just so we know!

It's like you're

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telling me off or something. Not

only did they have Philip Rivers as

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a quarterback but they have him as a

blogger as well, don't they?

We all

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is talk about that, Mark. When you

have your quarterback like this and

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he's trying to do too much, get out

of the way, man, get out of the way.

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Look at him, look at him. What do I

do, what do I do?

He said, my plan

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was to turn back and hope the

defensive end was there so we could

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brother-in-law a little bit.

Do you

know what that is question that when

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two players make an effort that

don't hurt each other? That's what

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we do in practice!

He said there

wasn't anybody and then I thought to

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myself, gracious, I've never been

this far down the field in my life

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since high school. He is, to use

your word, bawling.

He is. He was

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always the guy that gave him a

chance. Now he's got some people

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around him, their feelings

themselves and he's balling.

I can't

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believe that, brother-in-law! We use

to do that!

LAUGHTER

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No show is complete without a Bill

Belichick interview.

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Lose a game, Bill Bellichick whips

them into shape and they go

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onto win a Super Bowl right!

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With all the talk of snow this week

in the UK shutting down

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No... Any questions about the game

or not?

I am not a Patriots fan, but

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every one of his press conferences,

cheers me up. He cheers me up. Is it

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a valid question?

Could he have been

that disgusted by a question? Come

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on, Bill, that's crazy!

He looks

like he had so many more things to

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say and all his veteran experience

told him, just be quiet.

We will

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talk more about playing in the snow

on Saturday's show but when you

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watch Buffalo in Indianapolis, do

you have sympathy for the officials?

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They must have two guests the

majority. Very few flags were thrown

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in this game. LAUGHTER

There must have been a lot of calls

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that didn't get seen.

Could you see

anything to strap it was a straight

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blizzard, not even the lines on the

field. They probably didn't even

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call the game.

Are you surprised it

continued and that one of the team

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wore white, which seemed slightly

ridiculous in the snow?

Trying to

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get a win anyhow!

You've got to keep

playing, you've got keep playing

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unless it's an imminent risk of real

harm, have to keep playing.

The

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biggest respect for was that the

supporters who braved out for the

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whole four quarters.

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Baltimore's rivalry with Pittsburgh

was once described by former

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Steelers receiver Hines

Ward as:

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"Pure hatred".

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We hated everything,

from the color purple.

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During Ravens week, no one

could wear purple in the building.

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I remember they made

the office lady go home

0:21:580:22:01

because she had a purple blouse on.

0:22:010:22:02

She had to go change that".

0:22:020:22:07

We've got it, the Ravens on Steelers

don't like each other.

0:22:070:22:10

Anyway, a win for Pittsburgh

and they retain the AFC North,

0:22:100:22:12

just as they did this

time last year...

0:22:120:22:14

Also against the Ravens.

0:22:140:22:17

And that's caught by Bell! Into the

end zone for a touchdown!

Here's

0:22:290:22:34

what's so deadly, you get a safety

outside on a running back. Happens

0:22:340:22:38

all the time, but when that running

back is Le'Veon Bell, it is not

0:22:380:22:43

fair. Safeties can't cover,

linebackers can't cover.

Bell in the

0:22:430:22:55

backfield bonds, though, -- in the

backfield... Slipped to the outside

0:22:550:23:03

and in he goes for his second

touchdown of the night.

After all

0:23:030:23:09

the quickness and elusiveness and

all that stuff, the thing is, he

0:23:090:23:14

finishes hard, he knocks people to

the ground in front of him.

Flacco

0:23:140:23:21

going to the end zone! 78 yards to

get that in it. Going to go straight

0:23:210:23:39

up the middle on this for man route

on that side. Are a lot of wide

0:23:390:23:42

receivers that way, and Sean Davis

lets him go right past him.

0:23:420:23:52

Boswell's 52 yard effort on the next

one gave them a ten point lead.

0:23:520:24:00

Sticks it in for a touchdown. Going

to fake this motion and then come in

0:24:000:24:07

and you will see the Steelers going

wide with all that action.

0:24:070:24:19

On their first possession of the

second half, Baltimore cancelled

0:24:270:24:31

that out. Justin Tucker a obliging

from 47 yards to keep it a three

0:24:310:24:35

point game. Give the ball to Allen

and let him take it into give the

0:24:350:24:47

Ravens the lead.

0:24:470:24:57

He gets in for a touchdown for the

second straight week. Boswell was on

0:25:030:25:08

hand again early in the fourth

quarter, his 24 yard field goal

0:25:080:25:12

closed the deficit to eight points.

That was mostly creeping up to the

0:25:120:25:22

line. Here it comes... Brown! Inside

the 40... And not caught from

0:25:220:25:32

behind, and finally caught on the

ten yard line! That is great

0:25:320:25:38

quarterback play right there. And I

mean great! He gets them to show the

0:25:380:25:44

blitz, there it is, he sees it,

quick check, slide it to the

0:25:440:25:48

right-hand side. Go help over there,

bingo! There's your play! Behind the

0:25:480:25:57

full-back Nix. And it's Nix, the

full-back! Touchdown!

Come on! As he

0:25:570:26:11

always does, buying time, finds his

full-back Edu look at that catch

0:26:110:26:15

against Tony Jefferson!

Allen

following Ricard... To the goal

0:26:150:26:24

line... These two inside linebacker

is, one gets cut and the other one

0:26:240:26:32

can't get there, it is as simple as

that. This had spoke Steelers

0:26:320:26:35

defence, when you put on the tape

with Ryan Shazier, the speed and

0:26:350:26:42

quickness jumps off the chart, and

it's not there tonight. Bell, he'll

0:26:420:26:50

find it - and more... Touchdown! I'm

going to use great twice, 1ft Chris

0:26:500:26:58

Hubbard, the right tackle and one

for the patience of Le'Veon Bell.

0:26:580:27:07

Le'Veon Bell taking full advantage.

3rd and three. Pass incomplete.

0:27:070:27:16

Maclin and it will be 4th down.

Right what they do in third in 13.

0:27:160:27:26

And that is caught for a first down

by Jesse James! Up at the 31 yard

0:27:260:27:30

line - huge play. Clutch, 17 yards.

3rd and five... Roethlisberger deep

0:27:300:27:39

down the right side... Antonio

Brown! He's amazing! Beats Carr on

0:27:390:27:52

the play.

Watch the physical play by

Brown. He releases from it and what

0:27:520:27:59

do you do? There has never been a

wide receiver named MVP in the

0:27:590:28:06

league, but he has to be in that

conversation, he HAS to be!

This is

0:28:060:28:12

a 46 yard attempt. To give

Pittsburgh the lead. 39-38, crazy

0:28:120:28:24

stuff in Pittsburgh. The Steelers

clinch the AFC North.

We did what we

0:28:240:28:30

had to do to win tonight. Obviously,

we've got some things that we need

0:28:300:28:34

to work on but we will work on those

things in our AFC North hats and

0:28:340:28:39

T-shirts.

I don't think we were

consistent tonight. We had some bad

0:28:390:28:43

spells in the middle. We started

strong, settled for some field

0:28:430:28:46

goals, which don't want to do,

obviously. And then we came on

0:28:460:28:51

strong late. We did some good things

but we would like to be more

0:28:510:28:55

consistent. A lot of guys made plays

tonight.

We just fight to the

0:28:550:29:01

finish, no quit in, no panic. No

doubt. We've got a group of guys

0:29:010:29:07

committed to being the difference,

committed to getting things done.

0:29:070:29:11

And today we didn't panic. We were

able to get things done in that

0:29:110:29:15

situation.

I don't think the kids

were listening to him! The Ravens

0:29:150:29:24

were 31-20 up and they were 38-29 up

as well in that game and then the

0:29:240:29:32

Steelers in the fourth quarter just

rallied?

And when you've got a

0:29:320:29:35

receiver like Antonio Brown like

that, it's effective. What I can't

0:29:350:29:40

believe is that they did not

double-team this guy. They didn't

0:29:400:29:45

just say, we're not going to let you

beat us. He took over the game are

0:29:450:29:48

noble but as we will see, as part of

the whole of this thing, they have

0:29:480:29:53

so many weapons. We have mentioned

it several times not only this

0:29:530:29:59

season but last season as well?

They

have entirely too many weapons. The

0:29:590:30:05

offensive coordinator does a great

job of moving it Antonio Brown

0:30:050:30:09

around so you can't pin down where

he is. Having an outstanding season.

0:30:090:30:16

And Le'Veon Bell, I mean, he is

running like a madman. When he runs

0:30:160:30:20

the ball he's so physical at the end

of the run, putting pressure on

0:30:200:30:23

guys.

No Smith shoestring in this

game, he was banned and there is a

0:30:230:30:29

kicker there who is clutch?

Yeah,

that's what you need. They have

0:30:290:30:34

added him to the killer bees now, he

is now part of that, he is the

0:30:340:30:41

fourth one.

Let's talk a little bit

more about Antonio Brown. This was a

0:30:410:30:45

tweet which came out from Golden

Tate after the game, same... As Al

0:30:450:30:59

Michaels said in that commentary, he

is amazing.

Oh, he is, and he's

0:30:590:31:03

making every catch. Away here knows

where he is on the sideline, he

0:31:030:31:09

gives his quarterback space to get

the ball in there. You knows where

0:31:090:31:13

to sit down and catch the ball at.

Most guys aren't really aware of

0:31:130:31:17

where exactly to sit down - he's got

it all.

That's one of those tweets

0:31:170:31:22

where you're joking but you're

serious! But you can't double-team

0:31:220:31:27

him, can you, because of all the

other options that they have?

If you

0:31:270:31:31

could pin down his exact location on

every single plate, then you would

0:31:310:31:35

be able to do that, but like I said

they move him around, in the slot,

0:31:350:31:40

on the outside... Sometimes they

even line him up in the backfield.

0:31:400:31:43

And what that does for him is, when

you move him around, it gives them

0:31:430:31:49

an advantage.

MVP?

He's up there,

he's got to the, definitely. No

0:31:490:31:54

question. I'm talking about big

plays, when they need him most.

But

0:31:540:32:02

Chris Collins was saying in

commentary that that isn't a

0:32:020:32:08

position that gets MVP votes?

It is

time to change things up! Because

0:32:080:32:12

look what he's doing publicly is the

most valuable player for that team.

0:32:120:32:16

I understand why that hasn't been,

because it usually takes somebody to

0:32:160:32:20

get the football, like the

quarterback who is in control of

0:32:200:32:24

everything all the time.

And also

this is all played out against the

0:32:240:32:27

back of

0:32:270:32:28

this is all played out against the

back of what happened to Ryan

0:32:280:32:31

Shazier and he has had his spinal

surgery and they face time Tim

0:32:310:32:36

afterwards in the locker room. So,

putting in performance like this

0:32:360:32:40

whilst this is in their minds, which

must be emotional for them?

That's

0:32:400:32:44

tough, that was arguably their new

leader on defence. He's just a good

0:32:440:32:49

guy. Guys like him, it is hard to

bounce back from that.

0:32:490:32:55

On an 8 game win streak

and coasting in the NFC,

0:32:550:32:58

Minnesota are edging ever closer

to the post season.

0:32:580:33:00

A win over Carolina and the Vikings

could claim the NFC North.

0:33:000:33:03

Carolina come in off the back

of a divisional loss to New Orleans,

0:33:030:33:06

but with the Saints losing

to Atlanta on Thursday this

0:33:060:33:08

was was an opportunity for fashion

connoisseur come quarterback

0:33:080:33:11

Cam Newton to tie the Panthers level

at the top of the NFC South.

0:33:110:33:21

EDDIE BUTLER: Ways to lead your

team. Twice a RAM, twice a Texan.

0:33:210:33:31

Without one spoon of hot chocolate.

But now, of Minnesota. At last the

0:33:310:33:38

quarterback complement to the big

defence of the Vikings. And then

0:33:380:33:43

there's the Cam Newton way, sort of

everything Case Keenum is not. Cam

0:33:430:33:53

Newton against Case Keenum,

face-to-face. 3rd and one.

0:33:530:33:57

Newton against Case Keenum,

face-to-face. 3rd and one. And they

0:33:570:34:01

run it straight ahead... No-one in

the secondary! It's going the

0:34:010:34:04

distance! Jonathan Stewart! 60

yards! Watch right here, four guys,

0:34:040:34:14

all offensive lineman on the right

side for Carolina... Carolina needed

0:34:140:34:19

that! 2nd and ten. An extra receiver

has come onto the field. Down the

0:34:190:34:27

middle it goes, and in the end zone,

fought by Rudolph for the touchdown!

0:34:270:34:31

Inside of Adams, and the perfect

throw from Keenum. Touchdown! Stuart

0:34:310:34:48

gets right up and he gets stuff to

write before. Good job by Joseph and

0:34:480:34:53

just the extra effort. A 30 yard

field goal from Kai Forbath trimmed

0:34:530:34:59

the deficit with just over five

minutes left in the half. Back in

0:34:590:35:06

the end zone, and this time it is

caught! He makes up for it,

0:35:060:35:11

touchdown Minnesota!

Control is

going to be a big question here,

0:35:110:35:17

Tony. Watch the ball.

You see, he

juggles it...

Receiver did not

0:35:170:35:24

control the football, it's an

incomplete pass.

0:35:240:35:30

STUDIO: The Vikings were forced to

settle for another field goal. They

0:35:300:35:35

trailed 14-13 at half-time.

COMMENTATOR: Got to get to the 11

0:35:350:35:41

for a first. Breaking down on him.

Backpedalling to get away from it.

0:35:410:35:50

And touchdown! He gets up the field

and they both have him and he keeps

0:35:500:36:02

his eyes down field and trusts his

receiver, Devin Funchess. First play

0:36:020:36:09

of the second half, and he was hit

when he threw it. Are they going to

0:36:090:36:17

say it's a fumble? Adams has the

football. This is close.

That ball

0:36:170:36:26

gets hit. It was a fumble. First

down.

The Panthers added three

0:36:260:36:36

points off the turnover, with this

41 yard field goal from Graham Gano.

0:36:360:36:42

They led 24-13. Down the middle,

caught Thielen! Thielen breaks the

0:36:420:36:55

tackle, inside the 20! Thielen takes

it for the touchdown! Wow! Watch

0:36:550:37:00

Thielen go right down the middle,

and Kuechly was just a little late

0:37:000:37:05

to get there. Now, they're going to

go for two. Huge playwright here.

0:37:050:37:12

They're putting it on the left. They

were going for the middle, that

0:37:120:37:17

tells you you want space for your

wide receivers over here on the

0:37:170:37:20

right. Pass caught by

BELL. Here's one on one right now.

0:37:200:37:35

Intercepted! Inside the 20! Tackled

at the six! My goodness, what a

0:37:350:37:46

turnaround! Off the hands of

McCaffrey and it is picked of! Cam

0:37:460:37:55

Newton has time but the ball is a

little high. Here's Keenum, in

0:37:550:38:02

trouble. Taken down! And now the

Vikings will try the field goal to

0:38:020:38:08

tie it... Again the Vikings stalled

in the red zone. They fought back to

0:38:080:38:13

tie the game at 24 all. Newton, wide

open... Inside the 40! Inside the

0:38:130:38:22

20! And then has it all the way to

the six, as the defenders try to

0:38:220:38:32

strip it away. 62 yards, Cam Newton!

You're going to see right here, he's

0:38:320:38:38

one on one with Cam Newton, and Cam

Newton says, you're not making that

0:38:380:38:42

tackle. What a play! All of

Carolina's touchdowns today have

0:38:420:38:49

come on third down. Stuart!

The ball

came out! It's a risky move. Big

0:38:490:38:55

decision... That's over there.

7-point lead with 1.47 to play. Here

0:38:550:39:05

we go. 4th and 16, Keenum's pass...

Incomplete! Minnesota's eight-game

0:39:050:39:15

winless streak comes to a close,

Carolina takes it.

Great effort,

0:39:150:39:22

great team effort guys, really proud

of what you did. Don't think I'm

0:39:220:39:25

giving you tomorrow off, with got a

lot of work to do. Were not where we

0:39:250:39:30

want to be but we're heading in that

direction. It is up to us in the

0:39:300:39:34

football team, and let's get it

done.

Everything that I was told not

0:39:340:39:40

to do, I did. Throwing across your

body, you know, sometimes you've

0:39:400:39:47

just got to overcome coaching. And

the guys are just out there playing

0:39:470:39:52

football. I'm just happy that he was

alert to the opportunity and did the

0:39:520:39:58

rest.

Forget the

0:39:580:40:00

alert to the opportunity and did the

rest.

Forget the outfits, there was

0:40:000:40:00

a line in that which you two riled.

Sometimes you've got to overcome

0:40:000:40:06

coaching?

I don't know how he had

the nerve to say that. That's like a

0:40:060:40:13

coach same, I've got to overcome the

weakness of my players. I hear what

0:40:130:40:17

he was saying, he made two plays

that you probably shouldn't have

0:40:170:40:20

done and he made them. Good. You're

a great player but you don't throw

0:40:200:40:25

your coaches under the bus.

You know

what, he just needs to get up there

0:40:250:40:30

and just shot up just he tries to

say things but he doesn't know how

0:40:300:40:34

to say them correctly and they just

come off... How do you get up there

0:40:340:40:38

and say something like that?

Is and

he basically saying, sometimes

0:40:380:40:45

whatever play has been called, you

realise you have got to do something

0:40:450:40:50

different? I'm assuming this was a

bit off-the-cuff?

No, that is a

0:40:500:40:54

design run! This is amazing, he is

supposed to come down one on one,

0:40:540:41:02

and this is what he does, he makes

plays like this. And yes, you've got

0:41:020:41:08

the arm strength to throw across

your body and make the throat like

0:41:080:41:11

he did, you've got the legs, but you

do not call out your coach.

And on

0:41:110:41:17

top of that, you have the option to

throw across your body but nine

0:41:170:41:19

times out of ten that ends up in an

interception - that's why they tell

0:41:190:41:24

you not to do it. So it's not

overcoming your coaching, that's

0:41:240:41:29

ridiculous.

But it might be the

difference between winning...

Stop

0:41:290:41:32

trying to help him!

OK! Moving onto

Case Keenum, which should be an even

0:41:320:41:39

more funded date! Just a bad day at

the office?

Absolutely, and he

0:41:390:41:44

deserves to have a bad day. We have

ranted and raved about him, arguably

0:41:440:41:56

the two best receivers in the

league. He had five dropped passes,

0:41:560:41:59

he threw the ball up the seam and it

was trapped for a touchdown.

This is

0:41:590:42:15

so funny because on our way back

from the gym you didn't say any of

0:42:150:42:19

these things!

You're bringing up our

personal conversations! Nothing is

0:42:190:42:24

safe any more! That was a personal

conversation!

And you know, to me,

0:42:240:42:30

Case Keenum reminds me of a... You

know he is going to get the job

0:42:300:42:35

done, he can get you from A to B but

you're never really that

0:42:350:42:39

comfortable! You feel like something

could go wrong at any minute - and

0:42:390:42:44

this is Case Keenum in a nutshell.

You know he can get the job done but

0:42:440:42:47

at some point you know something is

going to go wrong, and that's

0:42:470:42:50

exactly what happened.

But the other

thing is, the problem is, because of

0:42:500:42:56

the... Teddy Bridgwater and the

state of Case Keenum, as soon as he

0:42:560:43:03

has a bad game, there will be people

like Osi ready to jump on him, and

0:43:030:43:07

he doesn't deserve that. In that

game he lost all half of his

0:43:070:43:14

offensive line so it is not just

him?

Exactly. We knew he had those

0:43:140:43:18

pieces of play where he played

Richie Wellens if he would have

0:43:180:43:22

success. Five topped passes, and

half his own line-out. You can't

0:43:220:43:28

just go back there and have success.

What did I say last week? I said

0:43:280:43:33

there's going to have to come a time

where he is going to have to win the

0:43:330:43:37

game for you and cheese not going to

be able to do it because he is not

0:43:370:43:40

that kind of quarterback check and

it showed this week.

Green Bay at

0:43:400:43:44

the bears - they've got enough to

win the division?

Bengals at Green

0:43:440:43:49

Bay?

And Chicago? Do it quickly

because we will be out of time -

0:43:490:43:57

they've got enough to win the

division?

Yeah. I'm still thinking

0:43:570:44:01

about...

We're out of time! Vets

take a look at some of the other

0:44:010:44:06

week 14 games.

0:44:060:44:10

Right, let's take a look at some

of the other week 14 games.

0:44:100:44:20

Josh broke his hand in the third

quarter.

I feel bad for him.

And the

0:44:290:44:33

Broncos finally ended their

eight-game losing streak. Guess who

0:44:330:44:39

was back for the Giants under the

interim head coach? They were taking

0:44:390:44:47

on Dallas in an all NFC is to

battle. They got off to a good start

0:44:470:44:53

with this touchdown catch from Rhett

Ellison. But then Dak Prescott got

0:44:530:44:57

going. There were touchdowns for

Jason Witten and Des Bryant and

0:44:570:45:07

Dallas are now at seven and six and

they are is still in the play-offs.

0:45:070:45:16

Detroit are still in the play-off

hunt as well. They roared into Tampa

0:45:160:45:21

Bay and then almost run out of puff.

Theo Riddick made it 21-7 going into

0:45:210:45:27

the final quarter. Jonas Winston

then burst into life with a couple

0:45:270:45:31

of touchdowns. But Matt Prater in

the end kicked the winning field

0:45:310:45:35

goal and Detroit are still in the

wild card hunt. Chicago against

0:45:350:45:42

Cincinnati next, and the bearers

dominated the Bengals. I haven't had

0:45:420:45:52

a chance to sound happy that often

this season! Jordan Howe I'd ran for

0:45:520:45:56

a couple of touchdowns. Mitchell

Chip in ski run in for one as well.

0:45:560:46:01

The Bengals are almost out of

play-off contention. Aaron Rodgers

0:46:010:46:05

is still warming up and still

following. Brett Hundley initially

0:46:050:46:09

outshone in Cleveland, Gordon

getting his first touchdown there

0:46:090:46:14

since 2013. And at one stage

Cleveland were 21-7 up. Green Bay

0:46:140:46:21

fought back. They got it to 21

apiece. And then in overtime,

0:46:210:46:25

Davante Adams won it for the Packers

- and went straight down the tunnel!

0:46:250:46:35

That's how you get yourself in the

shower as quickly as possible!

Jimmy

0:46:350:46:41

arrived at Houston, aiming for two

and oh and he had a great game with

0:46:410:46:46

the 49ers. TJ Yates came on for Tom

Savage. But this from Jimmy

0:46:460:46:55

Garoppolo was enough to seal it for

the 49ers.

They might have found

0:46:550:47:03

their quarterback.

They might have

found their quarterback! Let's just

0:47:030:47:06

run through the standings for you.

0:47:060:47:14

AFC North...

0:47:340:47:36

Pittsburgh confirmed

as divisional winners here.

0:47:360:47:41

AFC South...

0:47:410:47:47

Still so tight here,

Kansas City host

0:47:470:47:49

the Chargers next week.

0:47:490:47:50

NFC East...

0:47:500:47:51

Philadelphia confirmed

as divisional champions.

0:47:510:47:56

Now focusing on securing that number

one seed, and they do so without

0:47:560:48:00

Carson vent. Green Bay, with Aaron

Rodgers nearing a return, could well

0:48:000:48:08

pose a threat. Had to battle through

that because Jason has spoken so

0:48:080:48:14

much on this show. And a reminder

that we have the NFL show again this

0:48:140:48:18

Saturday, after Match Of The Day.

And you can also catch everything on

0:48:180:48:22

the iPlayer, including our show

going back to last week. Say nothing

0:48:220:48:27

else, we're out of time. That's it

for tonight, bye-bye.

0:48:270:48:33

EDDIE BUTLER: It all looks so

simple, a place and a name and a

0:48:330:48:37

love affair. Teams neatly packaged

into their eight divisions. Top team

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qualifies plus two wild cards from

each conference. But what intricacy

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along the way, what confusion, what

mystery and twists and turns? All is

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not yet revealed.

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It is week fourteen 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. Teams across the AFC and NFC are staking their claim for a playoff spot as Super Bowl LII in Minnesota edges closer. A battle of NFL heavyweights takes place in New York as the four-time Super Bowl champion Giants face the five-time winning Dallas Cowboys.