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He is going to fire towards the end zone. Roger is looking downfield. A
one-man wrecking crew. Unbelievable! How did he do that? For the weather.
Unstoppable. No, that's not my week spent
with this pair but words to sum up We'll hear from Osi and Jason later,
but before we start the show, a quick reminder of how
it all works.. The NFL is split into two
conferences - the AFC and the NFC. Each conference has 4 divisions;
East, North, South and West. To get to the playoffs you need
to win your division, or gain a wildcard spot by having
one of the best two records. The teams are then seeded depending
on their regular season record. Following the completion
of week 14 this is how the playoff picture looked...
New England and Kansas City occupied top spot Denver occupied a wild card
spot with Miami looking in. top spot Denver occupied a wild card
spot with Miami looking in. Dallas and Detroit in 1 and 2 seeds,
which if they stayed there by week Tampa Bay in the wildcard spot
but Green Bay looking in. Over the hill and past
their sell by date... Each season unfortunate
candidates across the NFL This season it's been Super Bowl
winner Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers.
Starting the season at 4 and 6, there was harsh criticism coming
from some quarters in Green Bay. However, you can't keep
a Super Bowl winner down. Currently on a 3 game winning
streak, Rodgers and Green Bay have roared back to life in the NFC
North. the Chicago Bears season has been
called. They have long been stuck in the freezer in the basement and for
a time, the Green Bay Packers were not exactly chilli hot. Just chilli,
feeling the cold as well. But writing off Aaron Rodgers is likely
to trigger and fire up the old spirit of defiance.
The Packers have won three in a row. They get number two. What a drive
for Green Bay. 2nd 4. Not much. Maybe two on the plate, Joe Thomas,
the linebacker getting on the tackle. Joe Thomas for the sticker,
got that right off could even carries. It is unreal. It really is.
Unbelievable. Three Bears possessions later, the field goal
put the home team on the board. Chicago would get the ball back.
Bellamy makes the catch. Touchdown! Ooh! Josh Bellamy, he has shown a
lot as a receiver. It is important as the receiver, right there, he
catches it and then a stiff arm a legal stiff arm by Bellamy forcing
himself in the end zone. On the next Packers possession, Crosby kicked a
34 yarder to tie the game going into half-time. They will start off the
half with the football. Green Bay recovers. It is the ageless Julius
Peppers. They held them early this year so he would be effective when
it matters most. I would say that is effective, running right by. The
143rd sack of his career. Still playing great at 36 years old.
Unbelievable. What a start. The following Packers possession scrawls
-- stalls and they settled for an 18 yarder from Crosby to take a 3-point
lead. 3rd 9. Berkeley. Owing to fire it deep. He has got it. Looking
for a return. Reverses field. He is taken down at the 42. For the
interception of the year for Clinton decks. Reverse and ten. Montgomerie.
Gets it back again. Lagan Montgomerie go! -- look at
Montgomerie go! He is not built to be that power runner. You can see
the talent, they do not have it right now. The fullback is in a nice
job. He doesn't seem to have that same role. 2nd down, Montgomerie
still in the back four. Montgomerie. In further touchdown. -- in for the
touchdown. He fires it, intercepted, the return takes it down. A good
first half. Mark Berkeley. The partners have the fourth turnover of
the game. Christian Michael is in a tailback. Give it to him. Look at
Christian Michael. Touchdown. It is a pack attack in Chicago. They give
Christian Michael little room and he comes about stiff arm, takes it all
the way to the house the Green Bay Packers. Berkeley. Touchdown. It was
the shone Jaffrey Drive. Welcome back. Aaron Rodgers is tough. Seven
times today he has made deliveries. His numbers would be even bigger, he
has had four great drives. He could have had a couple more. He has got
time. Brings him down. They had three sacks, their first sack in
this half and the Bears sensing momentum. Power, left side.
Touchdown. We got game! Jordan Howard, the thing he does, he he
sees it, stretch, get downhill, all the way to the end zone. The Bears
go in back-to-back possessions. Green Bay hit their first to third
downs of the day. Rogers. Pressure. Rogers is going to run. John Teemu
prevented the first half. The Bears defense does their job. Berkeley led
a 14 Play Drive. It was now 27 all with just over one minute left. 3rd
down and 11 for Green Bay. Rogers. Now some pressure, throws it deep.
Nelson. He has got it inside the 20. Rogers to Nelson. They have to get
up and Spike get. No time outs. Rogers yanked him off. They get set
and they sacked it. Unbelievable. Aaron Rodgers, some people think the
greatest kicker of the football of all time. It is a beautiful thing to
see this guy throw a football. In stride, where it has the explosion
guard in the Green Bay offense. Aaron Rodgers says it is right
there. From 32 yards, try and win the game for Green Bay. Packers win
it. Some game. A 60 yard ball on a 3rd down and 11. Rogers gets the
team down to spike it and Mason Crosby wins it. That was a heck of a
football game. It was a lot of fun to coach and I like the result. At
this time of year, especially going into two more division games,
especially what we have been through, we get stronger, as far as
our performance and our mentality, we need to get healthy. 27-10 looked
pretty good. We let them get back in it. More drive in offense, we did
not take any time of the clock. What we had to have played, we made and
it was good to get the win. Everybody should know better. You
should not write off Rogers and the Packers off. He is an outstanding
football player and an outstanding quarterback. You cannot play that
kind of defense against a player like that. You see the safety take
the shorter route and expose the corner, you cannot do that against
Aaron Rodgers. You talk about not playing the defense like that
against the Packers and yet, you have to give Rogers so much credit
for going for this. They could or he could have gone, we will play it
safe, go into overtime and then we will try and beat them. That's what
makes him so good. He saw that happen. I'm taking the shot and it
worked out. Why would you do that? 3rd 11, wild you chase the short
route and leave this guy wide open running down the middle of the
football field? Sometimes, I don't know. I just don't know. Are you
sort of giving Rogers credit but not. You have to give him credit, he
was able to see that. He took the shot deep. That was a big mistake by
him. As Aaron Rodgers said in his post match press conference, they
wanted to get to the stage where they are in control of their own
destiny and they are in control of their own destiny and for other
teams, they're in control in their division, but you wouldn't want to
face them in that division, you would want to face them in the
playoffs. Absolutely. They are a team that once they are confident
and rolling, they're hard to beat because they have been here before
and they have seen all of this before. I managed to get away with
that question without giving away any other results. Got there in the
end. Let's concentrate on Green Bay and look at what positions in
particular and Ty Montgomery who has gone from wide receiver to running
back in this game, what were his strengths and how difficult was this
to do? Extremely difficult. He can break tackles. You just saw that. He
breaks tackles. He could read his offensive line and that is key.
Receivers, you cannot go back there and do that. You see breakaway
speed. When you think somebody's job is easy and they say you could not
do it, that is what they said to him! Here is better than everyone
may have back there. This is ridiculous. You have to be a bigger
guy, you have to be more physical to be a running back and he is doing it
with ease. Obviously, you were both part of the defense, but when you're
in an NFL team, do you ever get the opportunity to look at plays from a
different position? If you are wide receiver, do you get a look at it
from the point of view of a running back? It depends on how they will
use you. If you are receiver and they want you in the backfield
because you are a threat like O'Dell back, they will put you in a
position where you can see the game from that position. All the offense
will get together and watch it. They might be seeing things the exact
same way but they have not had the opportunity to put it into position.
Matt Barkley wore a wet suit apparently. He's a California guy.
A Houston and it was just miserable. It was just painful. -- I was in
Houston. Word-macro your Goldust game was? In Green Bay 2007. It was
ridiculous. Everything hurts in the cold! I had frostbite on my nose.
For several months this part of my nose was frozen solid black. I
looked like Rudolph the red nosed reindeer! I looked ridiculous. Are
their any photos of this? No, no photos. We need graphic evidence.
Right, let's take a look at some of the other week 15 games,
including big games for teams in the AFC...
Oakland in line for a playoff place. Derek card -- Derek Carr put that
touchdown through for... That guaranteed a playoff spot for the
Oakland Raiders. All three contenders in the AFC South,
Indianapolis leading the way with a surprising demolition of the
Minnesota Vikings. 34-6. Andrew luck with two. Minnesota have gone
downhill rapidly this season. Tennessee were down by ten points at
half-time but they kept Kansas City in check, scoring 12 fourth-quarter
points to secure a 19-17 win. Derek Henry with two touchdowns. Then this
game winning 53 yarder. They are all pumped up. Jacksonville beaten by
Houston. This means Houston kept pace, but only just. Brock Osweiller
benched. Tom Savage came on. They were trailing 13-0. He led them to a
21-20 win. Jacksonville sacked Josh Bradley after the game. On the
plane. Miami at the Jets on Saturday night. Matt Moore, the back-up
quarterback, four touchdown passes, including a 66 yarder to Jarvis
Landry. The Dolphins' playoff hopes still alive. New England Patriot had
to beat Denver Broncos and they duly did. They ran out 16-3 winners.
Pittsburgh's trailed Cincinnati for most of this game. Chris Boswell
kept chipping away at the Bengals' lead. Eli Rogers scored on a 24 yard
pass from Ben Roethlisberger to secure a 24-20 victory. Are you
still only Jacksonville plane?! Baltimore beat Philadelphia 27-26.
Right at the end of the day -- game, they went over from four Yarde side.
The kick would have tied the game. They went for two. They failed and
the Ravens won. The NFC South, Atlanta staying top. They thrashed
San Francisco 41-13. Dev on Tay Freeman with three scores. I fought
him one time. On the pitch? Yeah, of course. Back to the round-up.
Carolina beat Washington 26-15. It has dented the Redskin' playoff
hopes. Nothing on this game as regards playoffs but it is the
highest scoring game of the season so far. 48-41 for New Orleans
against Arizona. Lets go straight into the AFC
standings as there's lots to talk about.
New England secure their 8th They make it look so easy!
Baltimore Pitsburgh on Christmas Day will go some way to deciding
who wins this division. Tennesee Houston tied
here and they meet in week 17. Indianapolis still in with a shout.
Kansas slip behind Oakland here. Jacksonville sacked their coach on
the plane! Did you know that?! Super Bowl winners Denver
teetering on the brink of playoff elimination.
It's been 14 years since their last playoff appearance, but finally
Oakland have secured New England as mentioned
clinched their division and also the first round bye,
including homefield advantage. Miami are back in the wildcard spot
at the expense of Denver who are in serious trouble
Realistically it's 1 from 3 making the playoffs
in the South from Houston, I think we've covered Jacksonville!
Let's deal with Brock Osweiller and how difficult it must be to take the
decision to bend your quarterback in a game when you have paid $72
million for him, and then make the decision that he isn't going to play
this week? That was something they have been thinking about, obviously.
They were probably in a position where they thought, if this goes
south on us, we have to sit him down. They did. They have a lot of
faith in the back-up quarterback. You have to do this for the team. It
took a lot of guts. NFL teams hate to be embarrassed. Especially the
owners. These guys have a lot of pride. For them to dole out of $72
million and pull him out, that says a lot. He comes on and nigh on
immediately does that. And much as being benched, how much will
Osweiller and his career be affected by how those fans reacted? Man, I
want to see the mental toughness of this man. If he can bounce back from
this, I will know what type of man he is. He got played all that money,
played horribly and the fans let him know, they voiced their displeasure.
It will be interesting to see how he bounces back. They will give him a
chance to earn his spot back. But still, you're right. It's tough.
Mike Mularkey went with the two pointer which they didn't get. But
it shows the mentality may be? Yeah, they are trying to win games. They
trust each other. As a coach, you see that. As a player, you have to
respond. That took an enormous amount of guts. This is a team with
the playoffs on the line. I can understand in Philadelphia why they
did it. They didn't have much to lose. But these guys, if they lost,
they been out of the playoff race. It takes a lot of courage. You need
some luck if you make it into the playoffs. We go to another two
pointer. The Eagles' season is over. They go in for this touchdown, fair
enough. They go for two to win it. Nothing on it Philadelphia.
Baltimore's hopes can turn on something like this? Absolutely. Can
you imagine if they go on to win the Super Bowl?! How would that be? They
are a defensive team. That victory will help them. As far as Denver are
concerned, do you think they are ride? I think they arrived.
Offensively they don't have enough firepower to do it. Their last
couple of fixtures, they are at Kansas City and Oakland? They have a
tough schedule. But they still have some tremendous football players.
Miller, Marcus where it... They have some heart. After the defeat against
the Patriots, a member of the fence got up in the locker room and was
shot down. Then there was an argument in the dressing room. That
is what you -- happens when you are playing well and Defense. Why would
the offensive player get up and see anything -- say anything?! I have
been in a situation like that. You know you are the weak link. You have
to keep quiet. As former players, maybe I'm exaggerating, but do you
have a problem with the locker room going at each other? It happens all
the time. Especially on team is not winning. All the time it happens,
man. If one side of the ball is playing really well and the others
aren't, if they don't acknowledge that, they are going at it right
away. Do you think that coach would've expected that and maybe
wanted it to get them going? He could have but. -- but as a head
coach you have to control the locker room. Thank you. Jason and Rudolf!
The 12 and 4 regular season back in 2002 that propelled Tampa Bay
to Super Bowl glory seems a distant memory for Buccaneers fans.
Going into the week 15 game at 8 and 5, and on a five game win
streak, Tampa Bay were tied with Atlanta at the top
Looking to maintain their hot streak, the young Bucs only had
the small task of heading to face the 11-2 Dallas Cowboys!
The Dallas Cowboys, imperious, all conquering. But they lost to the New
York Giants home and away. A double dent in the body armour. It may make
others believe. Why wouldn't the young Buccaneers believe? Every
reason to be unafraid. We came to win.
This is the second drive for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Was Winston's
arm coming forward? The ball is loose. The Dallas Cowboys are going
to wind up with it at the 40-yard line. Winston having the ball
knocked loose. Was his arm coming forward? That ball shot straight up
in the air. They brought a safety blitz that time. Bringing Byron
Jones. This landed around. It got there too fast. The Dallas Cowboys
don't blitz too much. But their rate of success when they do blitz, very
high. It did pay off. 2nd down and goal. Eliot into the end zone! That
is his 13th rushing touchdown. Emmitt Smith can appreciate that. I
never saw him jump the pot. What's this combination. I love watching
great offensive lines. Work together and carve out that big hole. Then go
and jump and promote a very good cause, the Salvation Army. Everybody
throw something in. 3rd down and six. They go five white. -- wide.
Pressure. Winston is somehow able to escape. It is one-handed but dropped
by Charles Sims. Man, or man. -- or man.
It catches made on the 1-yard line. Brice Butler. 15 completions to
eight different receivers. The back is McFadden. Touchdown! On touched.
Ten plays, good balance, for rushers, six passes. Two for two.
Dallas' lead was cut to 11 going into half-time.
3rd 1. We talked about it earlier. When you get either one of these
quarterbacks outside the pocket, it puts pressure on the Defense. Rod
Marinelli will not give you the default. The more time you have in
the pocket, the more time you receivers have to get open. From the
42, again play action. Outside the pocket. Deep downfield. It is caught
on the deflection by Adam Humphries for the touchdown. I think he's
going to get his hands on the ball and just deflected. Let's see. I
think he did get his hands on the ball. It ended up in the lap of Adam
Humphries. That is recovered. For the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers, the perfect start of this half, go right down the field,
get a stop, they arrive back in the game. Winston has time, fires and it
is called for the touchdown by Cameron. Seven touchdowns for him
this season. Look at what the safety dance, Jones, they are trying to
follow him back inside to the middle marking linebacker in the middle of
thinking he can make the place, but they are throwing it right around
Anthony Hitchens for the touchdown. The Cowboys responded on the next
drive with a field goal from Dan Bailey to tie the game in the fourth
quarter. 3rd 14. Crowd at full volume right now. Four-man rush. The
passes high and intercepted at the 40-yard line. She takes it back to
the 21. David Irving helped to create that. He put it on the
quarterback. I'm not so sure about David Ervine got a piece of that
ball. Let's take a look. One more time. Does he get his hands on the
football? Hard to tell. Just head to his elbow as he was releasing it and
made the ball sail. David Irving as he did against Green Bay is turning
things in favour of the boys. Dallas went three and out following the
Winston head. They took a 23-20 lead. The Cowboys got the ball back.
Downswing, looking, throws underneath and then is caught. The
ball comes loose. Jason Witten lost it. They think they have it. To be
determined. I think they do. The way Frederik gets up. Alexander with a
shot. Jason Whitten. Jason Garrett. He can only shake his head. 3rd 5.
In the backfield. He drops Winston and flows. Russell Shepherd. The
Cowboys give up the ball on the fumble and then stop them in
midfield. They will bring in the front group. Prescott is 31 of 35.
Big hole. Eliot. Off to the races. Finally forced out of bounds by
Keith Tandy. Five plays later, Bailey kicked his fourth field goal
to give Dallas the lead in the fourth quarter. It comes out of
theirs, 12 yards on a 4th down with the Dallas Cowboys winning. Winston
buying time, looking downfield, fires into traffic and it is a
50-yard line are landowners can drag interception to wrap it up. It was
an important week. How are we going to respond? Our guys did a great job
responding. We came out and did a good job early on in the ball game
to get a lead and then we started throwing the ball a lot earlier the
second half. The response came back to the forefront. You turn it over
to much, could not finish in the red zone in those first couple of tries.
We did a good job getting back into the game, had our chances. Credit to
Dallas and we will start getting ready for the Saints next week. I
suppose that was a simplistic overview, we had two young
quarterbacks, James Wilson Winston who we praise, not having a good
game, Dak Prescott who was criticised last week is having a
good game. That is what you want to see as an organisation. The main
thing is to see a guy bounce back, how do you come back from adversity,
can we trust you in tough moments and he is showing that. Big game. It
was. It is not how many times you get knocked down, it is how many
times you get back up. There was a lot of pressure against the New York
Giants, coming from me, but he came back and he played extremely well.
It wasn't just due, it was the Dallas media. And the NFL media.
There was a lot of noise about whether Tony Romo would come back
again, and there is Tony Romo. Osi, I thought you said you're coming
back! It was not just Osi, given the whole circus that surrounds the
Dallas Cowboys, he has done very well. It is tough to handle.
Everyone has been saying, they believe in the sky and trust him. It
is everyone else who does not know him like that. Do you think that
will end it now? The next bad games they will not go back to Tony Romo?
Tony Romo in my opinion is still the better quarterback, he gives them
the better chance to win the tough games that will be coming up later
in the season. He has been playing tough games! I understand your
point, but I'm telling you from my perspective, Tony Romo is the better
quarterback. If he has two more bad games, they will go back to Tony
Romo. Each A quick reminder that you can
get another dose of NFL We'll have highlights of a huge NFC
East rivalry as the New York Giants head to the Philadelphia Eagles
on Thursday Night Football and we'll preview the penultimate
round of the regular season. If you miss it on Friday it's
repeated on Saturday morning, Finishing that particular season
at 9 and 7, they went on to win We're talking the New
York Giants of course! Apparently there was some British
bloke playing for them, can't quite remember his name...
Anyway, on a 5 game win streak and visiting New Jersey
were the Detroit Lions. In a commanding position in the NFC
North, this game was the first of three tough remanining games that
would test their ability I still can't remember
the name of that guy... it was me! Are you guys serious? The
moment of out on a limestone, a dislocated class. Top of the
division, but you need to be sharp to scratch a Giant. Giant is taking
strides, chasing down the best, the home stretch. Dallas last week,
Detroit this week, big steps, thinking big.
This alliance defense, they have given up yards and where they have
been good, they make them run the yards a game. Second and then,
Manning is sidelined. That might be his final home game as a Giant. Here
is Perkins, 1st down and more. Just get it away, Shepherd, corner of the
end zone, touchdown. The now that was a good start, great finish to a
good opening drive. That opens up all this room for Sterling Shepherd
to work the corner of the end zone. The receiver comes underneath and
you have got that much field to operate, it is a matter of your
receiver being at the back. A good start for Eli Manning. Plenty of
action. That ball had some zip on it. Stafford protected. End zone,
what a play. Eli Apple got his hand in there before golden Tate could
make the catch and that saved the cats down. That led to the 48 yard
field goal and the Giants led 7-3 and the Lions would get ball back.
Starting at the 22, Stafford rolls out. Tate is behind the defects and
golden Tate down near the town, he saved the touchdown Wow and 67 yards
per Matthew Stafford. He has been playing a lot. He comes in because
of the injury to Jenkins. Dominic Rogers lost coverage coming he comes
off Golden Tate, an easy one. Only because of the speed is it not a
touchdown. A double move that he bet on but he ran right by him and I'm
not sure what he was thinking. His first carry. Into the end zone.
Recovered by Vernon. The Giants will take over. 2nd 6, Manning throws.
Makes a move. To the 45. 3rd down and 22. That is it. The progress is
stopped. The Giants turned that into points thanks to the 47 yard field
goal, 10-3, the half-time score. There's one floated for Jones, what
a catch! 21 yards. He has got Eli Apple right on top of them. Marvin
Jones, he goes and fights through the coverage and makes a play on the
ball and what an acquisition Marvin Jones was. Stafford. Each down he
goes, eventually. Olivier Bernard was there to clean it up. The Lions
sells for another field goal and the Giants lead was down to four points
going into the fourth quarter. 3rd down and ten. Manning, back-up, what
a throw! What a catch! A big 1st down for the Giants, covered by
Jackson and the completion of 25. Best throw of the day for Eli
Manning. They are doubling up on Beckham. Once he goes for the
corner, the safety is no longer a factor and it is not just terrible
coverage, he lays it in beautifully to Beckham. Shepherd. He has a
touchdown in this game, down the sideline. It is not the way we used
to do it when I was playing. That worked. There is no hermit with the
Giants. What a catch, Batham, he has done it
again! Touchdown, Giants! Another one for the highlight reel. He is a
way out in front of Odell Beckham. The only chance he had was for one
arm. He made that catch look routine. Finishing off this drive
for six points, seven if they make this extra point, outstanding job in
the offense. Down in ten, a field goal is an option. If they are going
to make points. I think that is what they will do if they do not pick it
up here. The passes picked off, Dominic Rogers and he will wisely
celebrate in the end zone and take it out of play. At this defense is
playing great football. The Giants have won their tenth game as they
are making play for their first playoff appearance since the 2011
Championship season and Eli Manning, can celebrate a victory. Great team
win, very good football team. All our players played a part, it is a
short week. When those football games, that is a great quality to
have. That is what we have to have going into December, you get the
weather, the playoffs, you need to win those games that we have been in
a lot of them. The offense and defense have stepped up and made
great plays. They are good team. The best we have played all year. They
have a really good defensive line and a really good secondary, we knew
it would be a tell it, we did not make enough plays, that is it. We
will not make any excuses about anything. We lost the game to a good
football team. We have been on a good run to, it is just one game. We
did not play as well as we would like. We're ready for the next one.
Such is the strength of this division, Dallas are confirmed
in the playoffs but haven't secured the division and also that important
first or second seed that gives them the first round bye.
Detroit beware the Green Bay Packers.
The Lions now only have a one game lead but head to Dallas next
and then face Green Bay in week 17. Tampa Bay fall one game behind
Atlanta which damages their hopes of winning this division.
Seattle's Thursday Night win over LA secured this division.
Green Bay have moved into contention this week at the expense of Tampa
Let's toke New York and their defense. You called Jenkins the best
in the game at the moment. He got injured. That will be a worry. He
has been playing the best football of his career. And out of anything
we have seen in New York for a long period of time! The Giants cannot
keep sustaining these injuries. To lose him for any period of time
would be a disaster. You rose above that. Better for the show. He allows
them to do so much and Defense because he can take away their
number one receivers, which frees up the rest of the Defense. He has a
bruised back. He may be back later on. On a general discussion about
the Defense, we had a chat before we came on. I asked you if it was
similar to you talking about the Denver Defense last season. Denver's
pass rush was outstanding. Olivia Berman is a really good football
player but by himself he is not going to be able to create things.
It's the Giants got a wild card and Green Bay and Atlanta win their
divisions, who would they prefer to go to? That is a tough call. I would
say Atlanta. Only because you are going against a weaker Defense. You
would hope that you are hot on Offense. Your Defense is going to
keep it tight. These are the top five teams who should do the most
damage in the playoffs. I can't conceivably put the Cowboys
ahead of the Giants. Jason's index. Jason rarely changes his mind. Two
have gone. You have put the Giants and the Steelers in. The Giants are
hot right now. They are playing well. Pittsburgh have got there are
three weapons on Offense and they are playing together. Defensively
they are not playing -- giving up a number of points. Years mine! He is
coming over to the dark side! Yard and Rudolf and Darth Vader tonight.
That is remarkable. Don't forget the NFL Show this
Friday at 11.55pm BBC One. If you miss it then it's repeated
on BBC 2 this Saturday at 7.40am. Jacksonville's Gus Bradley
has joined fellow coach Meanwhile over in Houston,
Brock Osweiller is starting to realise how Ryan Fitzpatrick has
been feeling this season. You may not be loved Brock,
but cheer up it's Christmas after all, and remember the Texans
are paying you $72m... May the Force be with you. See you
Friday. Two weeks of the regular season to
go. The holiday season. No sitting back and relaxing. Peace and
goodwill to all men. Not here. Merry Christmas. The NFL.
Relying on Josh to get this right. Watch and learn. OK, here we go.
Anyone have a clue? ..a funny dance? No, no dancing.