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It will be time for these two teams to settle it. He fires towards the

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endzone. Will Montana throw. Touchdown! Chargers looking down

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field, going deep. A one-man wrecking crew.

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Unbelievable! How did he do that? The ball's knocked out of his hands.

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The Denver Broncos are world champions.

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Hello, welcome to your weekly dose of NFL highlights. It's week three

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in the regular season. Now we start to see whose season could be great

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and whose season will be, frankly, just regular. I'm joined again by

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two former American football stars who could teach Clinton and Trump a

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thing or two about television debates. Before we hear from them,

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though, we're going to New York, where the Giants were visited by the

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Washington red skins. The Giants won both their games. The Red Skins had

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lost theirs. That was a side note. On Sunday everybody was talking

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about the rematch, not between the teams, but between Josh norm around

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and Odel Beckham junior. Dedication, determination to your craft. Focus

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on what you believe in, not what others may think of you. You've got

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to be able to anticipate and really react to everything. I've always

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wanted to be one of the best, that's always been my mind set.

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COMMENTATOR: Football is on the air. We're in Rutherford, New Jersey.

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Facing off again for the first time again since last year. He's out of

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control. He came in late. It's like a boxing match between the two of

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them. I try to win every time I step out here. Always know what your goal

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is and what you have in mind. What a touchdown by Beckham junior.

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Norman's winning, he don't even realise.

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It First and goal from the one. Touchdown Giants. Look at this

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between Norman and Beckham. Obviously it's going to get more

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attention because of last year and the five fouls between them and the

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back-and-forth that went on in week 15. They don't like each other. A

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little gamesmanship by Beckham junior, acting as though the ball

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was being thereon his way. Washington went on a seven-play

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drive on the next possession. It ended in this 49-yark field goal --

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yard field goal that cut New York's lead to four.

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Perfectly balanced to start the day. Endzone, nearly PCed by Norman.

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Wouldn't Josh Norman love that moment. When you're throwing the

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ball you have to be precise with the football. It's an excellent rout by

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Beckham. Just late on the throw. You've got to anticipate that so

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much. I thought Ely was going down the middle to Shepherd. He got the

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safety helping. Here's the rookie, touchdown! The

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Giants have found one with their second rounder out of Oklahoma. The

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Red Skins responded with another Hopkins field goal. He did it again

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on their next possession from 45 yards to cut the lead to five early

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in the second quarter. Into the middle. Jackson, touchdown!

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That's a great catch. You see the placement, the hand there, to be

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able to maintain what looked like possession through the catch, not

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enough there to overturn it. Boy, the Redskins desperately needed a

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play on that drive to come away with some kind of points. They come away

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with a touchdown. They've not been able to stop this Giants offence.

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This defense, a lot of bickering on the side lines. Time for them to

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step up and make some plays of their own.

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The Redskins got back on top of it. We'll see if they get the football

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officially. Knocked out by Blackman. The early indication is Redskins

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football. The guy who finishes him off is Cravens. Green had a fumble

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last week, put the ball on the ground earlier that they recovered.

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He's been loose with the football here through the last two weeks.

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May only get one more try. Better be real careful here. They spiked it on

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first down. That was second down. This is third down.

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Cousins back on top. No time left on the clock, at the moment. The ball

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had to come out as soon as he catches it, otherwise the six

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seconds is going to come off the clock. We saw it last year when he

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failed to spike the ball. He took a knee and they lost an opportunity

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for a field goal. You just can't have those opportunities. A little

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surprised actually that he didn't elect to kick a field goal there and

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bypass even one more shot. Because it was going to be close either way.

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Get the ball in midfield and not get any points would be real

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disappointing. No flags. Touchdown. 55 yards on

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third down and 15 and the Redskins are on top.

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Taken away! Incomplete. What a play by David Brewton. After that drop,

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Brown nailed a 29-yard kick to retake the lead for the Giants. On

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the next Redskins possession Hopkins hit his fourth field goal of the day

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to give them the two-point lead. What a catch, one hander for number

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13. He fits it in there, but the catch, because there's safety help

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over the top. It's a small window that you have to work with before

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the safety comes in. Norchl catch by Beckham. -- another catch by

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Beckham. Through Norman. Still going. How about Beckham right now,

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get him the ball. He's ready to make something happen. Looked like he was

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going to score. Intercepted down the middle by

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Dunbar. A one-handened interception. The turnover, Redskins have it up

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two. One thing we didn't see last year between Beckham and Norman was

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someone coming over to Odell and calming him down. He's pacing up and

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down the side lines. Something that happened this time around, his

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quarterback coming over. His wide receivers coach, Adam Henry getting

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in his face, grabbing him and telling him to knock it off. He

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hasn't simmered down at all, though. He is mad. After a Giants defensive

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stop, Manning led a nine-play drive that culminated in a 30-yard field

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goal. That gave New York the lead, briefly. Hopkins 37-yard kick on the

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next Washington possession edged them back ahead by two points. Need

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about 21 more yards to have a shot. Plenty of time. Intercepted by

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Washington. And the Redskins are going to ride back to win number

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one. Cravens, the rookie. The Giants obviously disappointed. They're

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going to talk about the mistakes and the turnover. Give credit to the

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Washington Redskins. They come in on the road 0 and two, needing a win

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against the division leader and a lot of reason to lay down. They had

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questionable play at quarterback at the end of the half. Make shift

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offensive line. It's a big time win for this Redskins team. We got it in

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us. We were fighters, fighters to the end, man. Scrapping, savagery,

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as they come. Just gritty. All the way down to the bone and gristle,

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just fight, fight, fight. I wanted to play well, wanted to win the

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football game. So disappointed. But I'll be ready tomorrow. Bounce back

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and we have a long season. We're dog a lot of good things. We're making

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plays. We will learn from it and get better. First we ought to thank Josh

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norm around for can be Norman for lending OC his jacket this evening!

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He's not big enough. It wasn't as explosive as the last time they met

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between Norman and Beckham junior, but it affected Beckham more, this

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one. Yeah, definitely did. He's a really good young player. To be a

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great player, he has to get his emotions in check. He can't be like

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that throughout the game. They're looking to him as a leader. He's got

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to keep it in check. I don't know what that was about, walking down

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the side lines crying, acting like - I don't even know what it was. He's

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an outstanding football player, but he won't go to the next level

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without getting rid of that attitude. That's ridiculous. The

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head coach said between the white lines he actually controlled himself

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very well during this game. But it's what went on on the side lines,

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maybe, when plays weren't going on that is what he's got to work on. It

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must distract team-mates as well. I mean, the stuff at the moment is all

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fairly calm. When we get to him having an argument with the kicking

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net and the kicking net fighting back, as kicking nets tend to do,

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then I mean, that's the lesson there. It must distract team-mates.

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Absolutely, on the field he's making the plays. He's playing well. When

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he gets to the side line, they have to have a liaison with him walking

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down the side line so he doesn't do anything crazy. The man who went to

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be the liaison was Eli Manning, the last person you want there, your

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quarterback. He's a calm, cool, collected individual. He especially

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doesn't want to see a man walking up and down the side lines given what

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happened last year behaving like that. Can you talk me through the

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fake punt in this game and in general, just how the fake punt

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works. Desperate times call for desperate measures. This is an zero

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and two football team. They needed something desperate. Fourth and 12

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on your own side, in your own territory. You will never see a team

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pull off something like this. But watch them right here. Watch my man

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here. This is known as the gunner. In every situation, the gunner's

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responsibility is to get down the field in a hurry. That's what he has

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to do. The gunner is the person to target the man who catches the ball.

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Exactly. I like it when you both nod at me, excellent. Watch him, though.

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As the play goes on. He's not looking down the field. He's looking

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back. You know why? Because the fix is in. It's the fake. It's an

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incredible, gutsy call by the head coach, man. That's an incredible

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play by that guy. For Wade, who's covering this, at what point,

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because his eyes are on his man. At what point does he realise this is a

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fake punt? Usually when you drill that in practice, the returner will

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yell out "fake, fake" so you know to look. Did you see the throw by this

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punter? That's an incredible play. How many times does the punter work

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on throwing? Every day, they've got a lot of time on their hands. That

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guy's got an arm, man. He's wasting his talent there as a punter. That

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guy could be the starting quarterback at New England. You knew

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that was coming! Right, before we go, we've got to move on, you've

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rewound that so much, we're out of time. Before the next main match,

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some action in the first of our two round ups much we start with the

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defending Super Bowl champions, the Denver Broncos, who beat Cincinnati

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Bank of England as, 29 -- Bengals. Sanders with that touchdown and the

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nice celebration. He's done really well. Yeah, now you can see them

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opening up vertically. They're trying to stop the run. He can go

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outside and make good throws down the field. Petter than Peyton This

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Is What You Came For offense? -- in this offense? It looks like that

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right now. An incredible performance by him. Green Bay here. Two in the

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first half to Nelson. The Packers built up a 31-10 halftime lead. The

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Lions came back after that. The Packers held on for a 34-27 win.

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Buffalo fired their offensive coordinator and it seemed to work,

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as they thrashed Arizona 33-18. That fired Buffalo up. For the first

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game after they fire the coach they will come out playing like this.

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Next week they will be back to being Buffalo. Regular fans will know what

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being Buffalo means, I suppose. Big shock for how the Cardinals started

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this season. They have been inconsistent on defense. They can't

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give out this many points. They don't play good until late in the

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game thechl are playing catch-up all the time. Not a great start for

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them. Vikings have been fantastic. They won in Carolina 22-10. This

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54-yard punt return for a score in the first half. Sam Bradford, at the

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Vikings this season, threw a 15 yard touchdown pass to Rudolph. This

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result means that Carolina Panthers 14 game home winning streak is over.

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They shut down Cam Newton and sacked him eight times in total. A safety

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by Hunter. 22-10 was the victory. How much, when you see that, do you

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worry about the Panthers and how much do you praise Minnesota? That

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defensive line was outstanding. When have you a pig with an apple in miss

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mouth slow roasting. That is what they did. They had Cam Newton with

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the apple in his mouth slow roasting it. Outstanding performance by them.

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The Broncos showed the blueprint for beating Cam Newton, pressure on the

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quarterback, stopping the run. That is what the Vikings do. I agree. If

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you stop the run and make it a one way game where he has to throw the

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ball vertically you can get after him. The Minnesota head coach is the

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defensive co-ordinator when you were at Dallas. The big thing is he keeps

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it simple. We may see all these hundreds of play that is go into a

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play book, but in essence, for the Vikings, there are just three and a

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variation on three. Yes whachl he does, he does that so you are able

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to know how to play versus any offense. When you line up you don't

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have to think about what you have to do as a responsibility of you can

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focus on the offense. It's called the kiss, keep it simple, stupid.

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That's it. Is that your instruction to me No, I don't want to kiss you,

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Mark, even though I love you. Are my quarterback. I love you both. No

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jealousiy. Tampa Bay, owned by the glazers, who own Manchester United,

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and the LA Rams owned by the majority shareholder of Arsenal.

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The first game of the season in their home stadium. Pirate mania.

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The against the LA Rams, the team with no touchdowns yet this season.

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What would be the spirit, stifling or swashbuckling?

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It will be third down and seven. See what the Bucs defense can do here.

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They are going deep. It's there. Touchdown. Brian Quick. The Brian

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Quick with a 44 yard touchdown pass and the first touchdown of the year

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by the Rams and it didn't take them long to get. It The Rams told us

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yesterday they thought they were very close offensively for letting

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it get unleashed. Third down in four they converted. Both of their third

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down conversions... The pass is intercepted. There is a race into

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the end zone. Touchdown by Alexander. Right in his hands. I

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didn't see a Ram receiver in the neighbourhood. Sit that down,

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instead of breaking away. He set it down in the coverage. Allowing

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Alexander to get the jump. They slotted over a 53 yard goal to give

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them the lead. COMMENTATOR: They have two chances.

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Tight formation. Guiding in. Touchdown. That is about the

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alignment. They didn't have to call play action pass. They believe in

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us, trust us. Pounded in there, man for man. We will get the ball in the

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end zone. Sims running tough inside. It's caught. He loses the ball.

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Fumble. Picked up by Conte. He is still on his feet. Goes back where

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he started from. Tampa Bay gets the ball back. Their second take away of

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the game. Watch 54 come up from behind. Pump it out. I love Conte

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not falling on it, but picking it up. David understanding and trusting

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his guy secured the tackle. Not to kill the guy with a tackle on the

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football. Executed and well done by the veteran.

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He gets rid of it. He has a touchdown to boot. This one a three

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yard touchdown throw by Winston as the Buccaneers add to their lead.

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Barely two-and-a-half to go in the first half. Quick one out to Sims.

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Never had control of it. Intercepted on the deflection by Mark Baron.

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Sims never really had it. It popped out. Baron with the interception.

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The former Buccaneer it gives the Rams an opportunity. He will play

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anythings in the flat. He needs to read the corner, throw the corner.

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There is nothing deep. Johnson jumps right away. He is there with the

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pick. No signal yet. Touchdown. Gurley gets over. If they had listen

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to Chris, they would have gone to Guley several times before this.

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Kick. It will be close. I think he missed it. He hooked it just barely

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to the left of the upright. He had a really difficult pre-season. Didn't

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do well at all. People were second guessing the second Ram pick. He is

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having his troubles again, today. He's about a foot away from the

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goal-line. Second down. There's Gurley. Touchdown. Made it that

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time. Just barely. A touchdown and a good block that time by number 46.

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The Rams regain the lead with 48 second remaining in the third

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quarter. 13. This is the big third downplay for... Away from behind,

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picked up by the Rams. The Rams have the ball. West Brooks, west Brooks.

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He has a convoy to block. He goes into the end zone for the touchdown.

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Ethan WestBrooks. Quinn such a demon off the edge. Beats with speed with

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the upper cut. Swat away from the football. Look at the athletic

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ability of WestBrooks not falling on it. Bending his knees. Picking up

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the ground ball. Robert Quinn, excellent effort. Understanding of

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knowing where the threat is to get the left arm to knock it out. Number

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78. Third down, tight formation. Play action. The pass. Touchdown.

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Everybody is thinking, run, run, run. People are all over the place.

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They miss the coverage. One of those has to take the tight end on the

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line. Third down in two. Getting a pass rush. This is caught by Austin.

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Breaks the tackle. Will walk into the end zone for a touchdown. No

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flags are down. Tandy missed the tackle and Boston goes in for the 43

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yard touchdown. You see, that no match. You put Austin on be a

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safety, it's over. We saw that, you saw that. Tampa didn't see it. 11

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point lead by the Rams, trying to hold on here. Second down in goal.

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Winston fresh from the pocket, being chased by three defenders. Off

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balance. Touchdown. Touchdown. Evans with the touchdown. With three

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defenders in his face. Winston found Evans. This game is being suspended,

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held up because of lightning in the area and he's asked everyone to

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clear the field and the fans to find cover. A dramatic turn of events

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weather wise with two minutes remaining in a game in which the

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Rams lead Tamba bay. That's Evans. This is it. Winston is going to go

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down and the game is over. The game is over and the LA Rams win. Again,

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not to labour the obvious, the missed points no what they would

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have wanted for Tamba Bay. They win 37-32 to go two in one. Throw the

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ball. You don't want to eat it. Have you to understand somebody is am

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coulding to get you. This is a relief for this guy here. Jeff

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Fisher. They learnt how to win today under adverse circumstances. I'm

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confident of my defense. This is the best defense in the league. I

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believe. That I have no doubt they were going to stop them. You have to

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give Tampa credit they did a good job. James is a great quarterback.

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He keeps slinging it no matter what is coming at him. He gave them a

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chance to inwith the game. Our defense made the play when we needed

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it. The strength of the LA Rams is their defensive line. You can see by

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this play from West it be Brooks with his tattoo. He is out to make

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face that is all he has to do. He is doing an OC special.s a sack fumble.

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Back to the end zone. He is a little slow like OC. He needs a little

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help. They are there to help him. Wide have lifted OC up and got him

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in the end zone. Good touchdown, good play. Let's slow it down. This

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is special. You have Quinn coming off here. You have WestBrook here.

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This is his aiming point. Where he is going to get them. He does. Once

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he gets to the spot he is getting washed out a little bit. He pokes

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the ball out there. That take as special athlete. I have to give my

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guy a little love for that. It's hard. Good play. Game changing play

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for the defense. This is the biggest thing you can do for your team. Make

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a sack, pick it up and score. This is why the D line for the Rams is

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really good for them. I can't work out whether he was praising or

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hammering you? I'm not sure. You wouldn't have made it to the end

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zone. I would have got there. By Thursday! On Saturday you can get a

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second helping of American football on the NFL Show we will be at

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Wembley for the preparations of Sunday's game between the Colts and

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the Jaguars. When you think the love between football and football can't

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be greater, we'll bring you this. We are here at Chelsea's training

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ground. Let's see what these goalkeepers are made of. The league

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is always looking for good quarterbacks. That's good. That is

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not returnable. Are you a soccer fan. Football. Who is your team? I

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don't have... I can't believe you bottled that question. Next up are

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the Raiders and the Titans. These highlights have a twist. We will

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concentrate on the final drive of the game. Generally with highlights

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you don't get to appreciate the match between the two teams as they

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creep up the field battling the clock. There is more to this game

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than tackle, throw and catch. They began life as the Houston Oilers but

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moved up to the capital of country music. At home in Nashville. A

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long-haul for the Oakland Raiders from the West Coast to music city

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USA, who will make the sweeter sounds?

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Oakland took control of this game, when Murray scored. They led 17-3 at

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the half. The Titans reduced deficit. Murray dived over from five

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yards. We join the game inside the final two minutes. Tennessee needing

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to go 80 yards for a touchdown and trailing by seven.

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COMMENTATOR: Today in the fourth quarter, Ota has struggled against

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Oakland. He's just one of five for minus five yards and interception.

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Does he have magic left here against the Raiders? First down, pass is

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complete. He's inbounds. The clock continues to tick. Tennessee has one

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timeout remaining. That was a good, strong throw under heavy pressure by

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the young quarter back. Douglas has it in midfield. Douglas into Oakland

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territory, a gain of 25. We've spoken about how good they are

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offencively and they lead on their running game. In these situations

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you don't think play calling run or pass, you think players. Get it to

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the play makers. First and ten. What a catch! The rookie hauls it in. A

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gain of 23. The tightan move right down the field. For a team that

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doesn't have a number one wide out, all a sudden they are guys making

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plays for them. Three great throws from Mariota. He's shown what he's

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made of with the game on the line here. Three from three for 58 yards

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on this drive. Mariota again. Sharpe is down. Penalty. Penalty comes in.

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You cannot do that. At the conclusion of the play, personal

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foul, unnecessary roughness, offense number 77. A 15-yard penalty. It

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will be first down with ten to go. Now he had to come off the field

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because he stayed on the ground and lingered. The official thought he

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might have a head, concussion. They took their left tackle out of the

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game. He came in late. Both he and Ben Jones came over the top. You

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can't miss it. He came in. Now he stayed down after this as though he

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was in pain. The independent trauma consultant evaluating him.

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Incomplete. High over the head of Harry Douglas. It's Kelly who's come

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in to play left tackle. This is inexcusable. I respect offensive

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linemen that have a nasty attitude that want to get out of here and

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take a shot, but this is a situation - you just got the ball to the four

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yard line. You cannot make a dumb decision like that. We're back to

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the 18. Unacceptable. He's back in the game. He missed just one play.

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Second down and ten. Complete to Murray. Tennessee with

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just the one timeout remaining. They are not going to use it here.

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They're going to go hurry-up tempo. Let's see what Mariota can do.

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Mariota to the endzone. Johnson... Touchdown! A late flag has come in.

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This is going to be on Andre Johnson it looks like. Really? The Raiders

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are indicating it's pass interference against Tennessee. Pass

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interference offense number 81, ten-yard penalty and repeat third

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down. Johnson right at the top of the stem, in the slot there. You see

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him, I don't know. Didn't look like he extended his arm. But there was

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contact. I think he did extend the arm. Yeah, he hit the guy. Kerry

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drew the penalty. It hurts to say, it but I think that's the right

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call. That arm was extended. That's all the referee sees. Third down and

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15. Down to the 12-yard line. Tennessee

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has called its final timeout. 14 seconds to go. They will have a

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fourth down situation coming up. The game winner last week against

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Detroit came on a fourth down. Yeah, it's the right call for that timeout

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right. There You have to, yeah. You've got to give yourself the best

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chance, fourth down and three. Listen, you've got to remember,

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though, even if they get the first down, they have to get to the line

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of scrimmage and spike the ball. Fourth down and four. Game on the

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line here in Nashville. He throws left. Contact in the

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endzone. No penalty. Harry Douglas, the intended target and the raiders'

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defense celebrates. Douglas can't believe it. I think this could have

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been called. I don't know if you make the call with the game on the

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line. He was trying to hold off. He had his arms in the air. He went up

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high. I think that's a good no call. Listen, when you're in the fourth

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down, in the fourth quarter, last play of the game, it takes something

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more than that to get the official to pry that flag out of his pocket.

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I agree. With the game on the line, there was not a grab of the jersey,

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a hand on the back. It was nothing that skt add the outcome of the

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play. -- that affected the outcome of the play. This Raiders defense

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responds by holding Tennessee to just ten points today. They win it

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17-10 with a little extra crick already

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After the final whistle. That's interesting to watch as the anatomy

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of a drive in the final ten minutes. The first thing in a drive like that

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is to get out-of-bounds if you get the ball, yes? The clock is your

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friend. You have to manage that clock well. That's why you make an

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easy throw and get it out-of-bounds. We can see that. When you know that

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teams are going to get out-of-bounds, can you set up

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accordingly as a defense but be wary of them double bluffing you? You

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want a guy out there. You want the clock to keep running as the

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defense. On the clock. Who's within the squad, who is the main person

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watching the clock and managing thing? Offencively the quarterback.

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He has to know what's going on. The offensive coordinator. The

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quarterback has to keep an eye on it. When it comes to calling the

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timouts, in your experience, whose responsibility is that? Head coach.

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Always the head coach. If you make the mistake and call a timeout when

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the head coach doesn't want it, oh, you're going to hear all about that.

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How much if you give away a ridiculous penalty, do you hear

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about that in the locker room as well? Because this was utterly

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ridiculous. You try not to blame the game on one play, but you can blame

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it on this play. This is just undisciplined. You work this hard to

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get down there and you do something like this to negate with a penalty.

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It's no good. Stupid, stupid, stupid. Offensive linemen want to be

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tough, nasty, ugly. There's such a thing as crossing the line. Cost

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your team the football game. It did. Arguably they would have gone over

:37:53.:37:54.

from such a distance. Interesting. Right now the rest of the games from

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week three starting with the India nap list Colts. The defensive tackle

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kept the game close with a 61-yard fumble return from halftime.

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Goodness me the Colts needed this. Yeah, they needed this. If they

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protect that guy and keep him off the ground, you can make all the

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throws. He's got talent and got talented receivers. He's linking up

:38:32.:38:38.

well with TY Hilton at the moment. The Colts defense held the Chargers

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in check and it is their first win of the season. 26-22. Of course,

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they'll be taking on Jacksonville at Wembley. The Jaguars head to London

:38:51.:39:02.

without a win. Bortles threw two touchdown passes. I thought they

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were going to do something this season. If they go 0 and four, after

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this London trip, something's got to give. That might be the head coach?

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Might be I like Gus Bradley. But he needs to win. New Orleans Saints

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involved in a cracker on night. Atlanta running out 45-32 winners.

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Is this when you watch the Saints, I know you want to talk about Atlanta,

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tough. When you watch the Saints does it feel like Breeze against the

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rest? That's exactly what it looks and feels like. He's playing well.

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Yeah, defensively, there was nothing. Sean Peyton outsmarted

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himself. They had Darren Sproles, Graham. Carson Wentz on fire at the

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moment. He threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns. The first to Jordan

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Matthews. The second to Darren Sproles for 73-yard score. Then

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their defense. Look at that. Darren looks like a super fast version of

:40:20.:40:23.

my son. That's exactly what I was thinking. Their defense shut down

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Big Ben. The Eagles remain unbeaten. They thrashed the Steelers. It

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finished 34-3. Maybe some in Philadelphia are getting a bit

:40:35.:40:38.

carried away with their start and why not. Let's look at the results

:40:39.:40:40.

from week three: We are going to look at the

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highlights of the week. Let's start with the player of the week. That

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has to be Carson Wentz and Philadelphia. What's impressed you

:41:44.:41:48.

so much about him? He has an answer for everything. I know some people

:41:49.:41:52.

in this studio like that. He's got great foot work in the pocket and

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when they blitz him, he delivers the ball short and keeps his offense

:41:57.:42:02.

moving. He's good. On keeping the offense moving, I read that the

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Eagles defense has been on the field for 20 less plays this season on

:42:07.:42:12.

average than last season. The way Wentz manages the offense keeps them

:42:13.:42:17.

on longer. Keeps them fresh. As a defense of player you never wanted

:42:18.:42:21.

to be on the field for an extended period of time. You need that engine

:42:22.:42:27.

Revved up all the time. Let's look at some of the catches of the week.

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We've picked two out. The first one with Patrick Peterson. You don't see

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a lot of corners do that. One hand stayed inbounds and he outsprinted

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the receiver. Look at the distance between him and the receiver, that's

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amazing. You just will not see that from a corner. You won't see that

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from anybody, corner, receiver, anybody, that was outstanding. Then

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Doug Baldwin was a one-handed catch. Dougie B, that looks nice. That's

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what he does. Angry Doug. Without taking anything away from that

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catch, is that an easier one to do than Peterson's because that was

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over his head and he's trying to stay on the field of play as well?

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Peterson's was more difficulty That is what I'm saying. How many balls

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did he catch. I should have asked you. Is Peterson's more difficult?

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How many balls did you catch? Enough, enough. I will talk to

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neither of you about catching. We have Miami Dolphins hasn't had a

:43:49.:43:51.

great start to the season. They are up and running. We needed a great

:43:52.:43:56.

young, British player. He got it in. Won the game for the Miami Dolphins.

:43:57.:44:00.

That is all we needed. If I'm not talking to the two of you on

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catches, I'd like to get your opinion on stats. I have a good stat

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involving sides #367 and 0 or 0 and 3. If you are 3 and 0 since 2002 you

:44:18.:44:27.

have 70% of making the chances. If you are 0-8 a 0% chance. You are I

:44:28.:44:34.

playing for your job as a player. As a player are trying to put a good

:44:35.:44:38.

film out there. The other three teams, not the Saints. What would

:44:39.:44:45.

you need as a record to make the play-offs, 10-6? 9-7 have won the

:44:46.:44:52.

Super Bowl. Who can that be? 0-3 they are not out of it yet. No out

:44:53.:44:58.

of it yet. We have our Top 5 teams who they think is in the strongest

:44:59.:45:02.

position at the moment. First thing to notice the two look healthier now

:45:03.:45:10.

than when they played. You have Go gone for Minnesota, Denver and New

:45:11.:45:16.

England. Giants, Seahawks and Steelers and Panthers. We won't talk

:45:17.:45:21.

about them about that, you can ConVerse on Twitter. That will

:45:22.:45:24.

change every week. Here is what happened inside the Locker Room

:45:25.:45:29.

inside Week 3. We have great young players in this room. Great

:45:30.:45:32.

veterans. We will keep coming together. Keep moving forward. I'm

:45:33.:45:38.

so proud of you. It's the first time we go on the road.

:45:39.:45:46.

This week we are going back home and then travelling again. We have to

:45:47.:45:58.

work for our rest. You know it's up. We have have to travel like pros. We

:45:59.:46:04.

can play better. Always enjoy the job. What's better than having two?

:46:05.:46:10.

Three. Let's get three next week. Eight!

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Offensively in the second-half you came out, you moved the ball, we

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scored touch downs, right. This is about the team it's not about

:46:28.:46:35.

individuals, but the team. 1, 2, 3! A lot of head coaches say the same

:46:36.:46:41.

thing. Like a head It's coach manual. Let's look at what is going

:46:42.:46:47.

on on social media. Lots of attention on the NFL coming to the

:46:48.:46:49.

UK. Plenty of events on Regent Street.

:46:50.:47:02.

The Jacksonville Jaguars on the other hand how they might get to

:47:03.:47:10.

Wembley on the Tube in full kill and Kam's latest outfit. After defeat he

:47:11.:47:14.

is wearing interesting outfits you think he ought to calm down. A

:47:15.:47:19.

little bit. He needs to show more maturity. This is the face of the

:47:20.:47:24.

franchise. He is enjoying himself, he might want to tone it down a

:47:25.:47:28.

little We will be bit. Back with The NFL Show on Saturday on BBC One

:47:29.:47:32.

after Match of the Day when we will be at Wembley as the NFL returns to

:47:33.:47:38.

London. Coverage on Sunday on BBC Two. The Jacksonville Jaguars taking

:47:39.:47:44.

on the Indiana Colts. We are live from 1.45pm. Thank you very much to

:47:45.:47:50.

my guests. I will follow their picks to see how right they are. We will

:47:51.:47:56.

see you next time, bye, bye. The first days of form for the unbeat

:47:57.:48:05.

therein is a golden glow, five teams on a roll 3-0. The flip side not to

:48:06.:48:11.

go 0-3 not to see the season freeze and fall. The rule of the NFL, lose

:48:12.:48:18.

the first three and you don't make the play office. Their season's

:48:19.:48:24.

launched, relief, some comfort, some warmth at last. Foreothers, 0-3 is a

:48:25.:48:32.

grim script. The Chicago Bears, one step closer to the deep, dark cave.

:48:33.:48:41.

Another name, the Cleveland, the Knorr Saints. The Jacksonville

:48:42.:48:48.

Jaguars, history's long, medium and short, it makes no difference. Only

:48:49.:48:52.

the present counts, and it hurts. Only in the NFL.

:48:53.:49:00.

We look ahead to the weekend's fixtures,

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For me, what I've seen of him, he's a good player.

:49:06.:49:11.

And we go behind the scenes with some of

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