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Seven weeks in now and the regular season has given us thrills

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and spills in what is proving to be an unpredictable season.

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Teams across the eight divisions are fighting it out for that crucial

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play-off spot that will take them into the post season,

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Talking of Super Bowl glory, joining me is our very

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own British-born Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora and former NFL

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We start our highlights with two teams yet to win a Super Bowl.

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The high powered offense of Atlanta Falcons,

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led by Matt Ryan, has Atlanta in full control of the NFC South.

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Their oponents San Diego sit at the bottom of the AFC West.

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Led by big passing quarterback Phillip Rivers, San Diego

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have been the masters of their own downfall this season.

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Last week however they beat Super Bowl 50 winners Denver to keep

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The disturbed rhythms of the season. The Falcons playing well but beaten

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by Seattle Seahawks last week. Now time for something to settle the

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stomach. A home game against the San Diego Chargers. Not so much on the

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charge is bent under the weight, the bottom team in their division. The

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Chargers would taint the Denver Broncos in week six. -- ten.

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At the three. Philip Rivers. It is Gordon. Touchdown, Chargers. Seventh

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touchdown run of the season for one of the leaders in the NFL.

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Atlanta went on at charge to get the home team on the board.

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Philip Rivers being rushed. Intercepted. Jones inside the 20.

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Down at the 10-yard line. Philip Rivers trying to dump it

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down. A tonne of speed right here. In open space now. They're trying to

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establish this culture in Atlanta of being aggressive in all three

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phases. That tight bond between the team.

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After the interception Atlanta went three and out. San Diego kicked a

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field goal of their own. Josh Lambo giving them a lead of 10-6.

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Ryan steps back and three receivers to the right. Julio Jones, he has

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got it. Down at the 15-yard line. 3rd down. And the endzone!

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Touchdown! What to throw by Matt Ryan.

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Looking for the defense to come up with a big play. Heads for the

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endzone and touchdown! They've got to get to that 35-yard line. Philip

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Rivers being rushed. The ball knocked loose. Picked up by

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Claiborne for touchdown. Some twisting inside. Vic police

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leak has great speed around the edge. He's going to try to swap the

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ball. He went for a tackle on Philip Rivers.

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Gordon for the goal and he is in. Touchdown, San Diego. Melvin Gordon

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with his second touchdown of the game.

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The only points in the third quarter came off the foot of Josh Lambo on

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the 37 yard attempt. But Atlanta kept the score ticking over with a

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ten point lead on their next possession.

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Philip Rivers has now passed for 317 yards. Rivers froze. Touchdown,

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Melvin Gordon, with his third touchdown of the game.

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Intercepted! Perry man, the man who has been injured throughout the

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game, he comes up with the interception. Antonio Gates, the 1st

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down. You go further you trust the most.

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Eight plays later and Josh Lambo kicked his third career goal of the

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day from 33 yards to send the game into overtime, tied at 30-30.

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Julio Jones wide right. The rest of the team tied. The vaunted freedom

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at right back. -- Devonta Freeman. The Chargers stop the Falcons.

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At the 43-yard line. Look at Denzel Perryman finding his way through to

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get into the backfield. He has got to be the most banged up player on

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the team and yet he has made a couple of huge plays in this game,

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and interception and that great stop. 42 yard field goal. Josh

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Lambo. And it is good. The San Diego Chargers win it in overtime. I have

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been saying forever, we just play, it does not matter what the score

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is, how much time is left, we just play. That is what we talk about at

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half-time, just go one play at time. Everyone has got to believe winning

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game. -- we're winning this game. Do you like his mentality? Absolutely,

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that is a winning mentality. This team has played too many close

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games. It is showed a lot of strength and stomach and heart. They

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go out and keep it close, the hallmark of a good team. There are

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the team to watch, arguably, because of these close games. But they do

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have a winning mentality. The scoreline is starting to show that

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now. They have a chance but just need to find a way to close these

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games out. They have players who can find the endzone. And that is what

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you need. And Philip Rivers, they have a quarterback in him who can be

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a very angry man, but at the same time a very talented man. Extremely

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talented quarterback. He is a bit overly emotional. But a very

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talented quarterback. Getting it done for San Diego. Let's talk about

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Joey Bosa, a great game for the Chargers, he was the third pick

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overall in the draft. Some contractual disputes earlier in the

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season. He is now playing and in preseason you were with him. I spent

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some time with him and I said about him that this will be an exceptional

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football player. Excellent movement skills, all the things you would

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want. Speed, technique and he listens. He is willing to sit down

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and listen. Take some of the advice I gave him and he is using that out

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on the field. The last thing he needed was a contractual dispute. It

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may have been something to do with his agent, and he was kept out of

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it. When you work with him, what are you doing? I show him hand movements

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because a lot of guys coming out of college think they are just going to

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be able to run around people. It does not work like that. I'm showing

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him how to use his hands comic used technique and get around offensive

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tackles. You see him doing it out there on the field. A big future. No

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doubt. And the Falcons, where they affected by that defeat against

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Seattle, there was still all the controversy over whether Julio Jones

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had the pass interference. It was an emotional game and to lose like

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that, when you think it is not your fault, it takes a bit out of you.

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The mark of a good team, these close games. But I do not think that

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carried over, good teams sometimes lose close games.

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So lets now take a look at our first round-up of week

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We start with Houston at Denver. The return of Gary Kubiak. Does want a

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book energised the game. -- Booker energised the game. The Texans are

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now four and three. Do not criticise Brock 's foreigner yet, we will do

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that in at! The chance capitalised in four interceptions. Zigzagging

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across in this play before going towards the endzone.

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The Rams now three and four. A great game between the Redskins and the

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Lions. This 18 yard touchdown pass. Then Minnesota against Philadelphia.

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Sam Bradford returning to Philadelphia for the first time

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since his trade to the Vikings. Did not have a great day. The first play

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from Josh Huff, for Philadelphia, touchdown and the Eagles are back

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track. And Minnesota lose their unbeaten record. So no team unbeaten

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now. It is a tough league. It is hard to stay up. People know what

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you do not do well and they attack it. Minnesota were not helped by Sam

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Bradford returning to Philadelphia and the defense knowing how Bradford

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works. There were not helped by the terrible offensive line. Still out

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there on their last legs trying to play the left tackle. And they just

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got abused. Bradford could have done nothing with that offensive line. I

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agree it was not that good. But they know Sam Bradford, they practised

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against day. That is what you think. That is what I think. As the

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defensive lineman, a quarterback is going to be where he is. It does not

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matter whether I know him or not, I know where the quarterback is going

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to be. But you know his tendencies, where he is probably going to be.

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All quarterbacks are right in the same spot. All you have to do is get

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to them. As a defender we love the fact that we know what they're

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thinking. For defensive line, and Minnesota got beaten by being

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overpowered in the defensive line, that would not have made a

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difference. Did Brock Osweiler make a difference, or is he struggling?

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They really knew what they were dealing with with Brock Osweiler.

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They knew everything he did. And the TB players, they know what he can do

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well. He got hammered the moment he stepped on the field. By the Denver

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fans as well as the players. Will it have affected him but a is a little

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baby! But going back to your point, in that game, 100%. The DBAs are the

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ones who know the quarterback's tendencies. NFC East, so brilliantly

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competitive after it was for last season, you have played Dallas, you

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have paid for the Giants, would you say there is hatred between all four

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teams? You hate whoever you are playing

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against in that division. It has so much history and it is so physical.

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One of the other three as a Giant, you would dislike? Philadelphia fans

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are the worst fans in history. We would be on the bus and they would

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be throwing batteries, a little boy showed me a finger I did not want to

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see and he was only five years old. There was a mess playing against

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them but as far as rivalries, each game, Washington, Philadelphia,

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Giants, all big rivalries. It is Philadelphia against Dallas this

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weekend. Selected by Jason and

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Osi as a Super Bowl contender, the Russell Wilson

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led Seattle Seahawks They headed to Arizona who went

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into the game off the back of a two In a tight defensive battle it was

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close to half time before the scoring opened with a field goal for

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Arizona. Seattle tied the game with less than five minutes to play when

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this was converted and the game was destined for overtime. Both teams

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needed to possess the football in the extra period and Arizona scored

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with a field goal but Seattle tied the game with a 36 yard attempt. All

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square, next Gore wins, Arizona have the ball. This is The Drive. Play

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action. Deep downfield. Caught in the 50-yard line. He laid the first

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catch of his career in regulation. 26 yard game. Michael Floyd, one in

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the post route. Drew Richard Sherman out of that area. One of those

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throws. Three yard game for David Johnson to the 45-yard line. You can

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only imagine how exhausted the Seattle defense has to be. They have

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been out there a lifetime in this game and have not folded yet. Earl

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Thomas, Richard Sherman, some of these guys have a knack. Palmyra.

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Great protection, fires. Incomplete, intended for Fitzgerald. Everyone

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wants a flag. 3rd down. Two star is going at it right there. Little push

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by Larry Fitzgerald. Five receivers, a bunch to the left three, a pair to

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the right. Palmyra coming then. Caught in the 31-yard line. Off he

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goes. Carson Palmer, they almost got to him. Nelson takes the ball. 40

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yards. He is going to run the end cut. Richard Sherman loses his

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footing and cannot come back to make the tackle. JJ Belson has made some

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big plays in this game, stepping up, John Brown unable to go. The play

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Clark was at one. One period of time to get down there -- clock. How long

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did he talk with us about what has happened to his field goal teams?

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All those sorts of things. Now you line up on a 1st goal. John. All

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he has to do is hold onto the ball. He holds on all the way to get to

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the end zone. He is out just before he gets to the goal-line. Not the

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pylon off it's mirroring. Earl Thomas came out of nowhere to push

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them out of bounds. That is interesting. They come right up to

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the line. They give it to Johnson. And he cannot get in, Bobby Weitzner

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stops at the half yard line. One more look. You cannot challenge --

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Bobby Wagner. Offense, 5-yard penalty. He has a new snapper and a

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new holder. Aaron Bure is snapping. These are different guys. There is

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Bobby Wagner ride in the middle. He will be trying to jump over the top.

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They need to make some contact with him. Hates the upright! It is no

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good. How in the world? That is the reason. It has been a nightmare. It

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has been a nightmare for this team. Here comes Bobby Wagner right over

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the top and some pressure on the side, was that Richard Sherman

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coming around the edge? He thinks he has won the game. Oh! Now the ball

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is at the 20-yard line. I just got it. Christian Michael picks up one,

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Arizona does not have a time-out. My understanding of the rule is if you

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jump over and make contact, if you jump cleanly, you are fine, my

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understanding is clearly wrong. He puts his arm up, makes contact, I do

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not know. 2nd 9, catch made at the 26 hardline. Baldwin. Now you have a

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3rd down, you can take it down to the two minute warning. Down the

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line. If they stop him here, you will get the ball back. Interesting

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play called here. Wilson. Sideline and that is caught. Covered by

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Marcus Cooper. Third and fourth, gutsy call. They brought all the

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pressure. This offensive line has been tough, perfectly picked up that

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time. 31 yard gain. My call. He will get them close to field goal range.

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147. Gained a six. 2nd down and four. And they give it to Collins.

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It is a yard, maybe a yard and a half, right now you are looking

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around a 55 yard field goal attempt. At the 36. The clock is running

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down, one minute left in overtime. Wilson fires it to the outside.

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Baldwin stays inbounds and Baldwin takes the ball inside the 10. Broke

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away from Matthew. And now you have a 1st goal. How it figures to come

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in at any moment. Opening-night disaster. Through the middle goes

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Christian Michael. This would be about as bad a loss as a team could

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suffer. If the team comes in to try and win the game, 28 yard attempt.

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John Ryan to hold. He misses it. That is impossible. That is

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impossible. There is something inside his brain about this

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building. Oh my goodness graces. You know what, maybe this is justice for

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all concerned. If a game deserves to wind up, Ryan pushes it down, he

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closes it. We watch this. Every cake that he has made tonight, he has

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gone up and fooled around with the turf and felt uncomfortable. I do

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not know if he stuck his foot on the ground, he judged that a little bit.

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Maybe the happiest guy in the building. Oh my goodness. What do

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you tell him? He is a professional, this is not high school. You get

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paid to make it. What an incredible game. They played to a 6-6 tie. I

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wanted to check out Bobby Wagner. Look at this incredible athletic

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play. I remember specifically been able to do things like this. Then I

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woke up. Mark Chapman and Jason Bell will show was a recreation. Come

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down here. Come and show us how this is done. I do not see why have to be

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involved. You are the former players. You kind of looked like a

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player. I will be the kicker. You want me to hold the ball. That is

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very received the snap. U2 are going to play what part in this? You are

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at the center. I am one of the big uglies. You will slap the ball to

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Mark and I will have to anticipate the snap count because I have seen

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it on film always. Clear him without touching and that is a penalty. You

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will do the jump. Reemphasise, when you are doing that in the role of

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Bobby Wagner, you are watching how he moves to anticipate that he is

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about to stab the ball? All week we have seen something with the long

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snapper that gives us this key. You're going to snap the ball to me.

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He is going to jump over you. I am a little scared. You do not have a

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helmet on. You take your position. Do not mess all this up. I cannot

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promise that. I have a tight jacket on. I cannot promise anything. Can

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you make sure I can catch this? He will snap it, you will watch him and

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jump over him? Yes. I am so scared. This is so wrong. Oh! That is my

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guy. He got it. I was not expecting you to actually divert me. Mark, I

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do this for a living! On a serious point, I know you have not done that

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for a while, but the jumping over, how much of the practising the jump

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and getting all of that will they be working on during the week

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Others-macro we left twice a week, but you better have that skill down

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before you can do that. You have to get your guy who has a great

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vertical leap and he is the guy who does it. What you were talking about

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in that one play, apart from fear on my behalf, you are talking about the

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physicality of the actual block and doing it. The finest margins of

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anticipation and the preparation and the chess match that is a game of

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NFL. That was something they must have worked on a whole bunch of

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times, looking for little tics, I used to do that to anticipate the

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snap count. Looking to see any detail that would give me that edge

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and that is what the Seattle Seahawks had. We can look at it from

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all sorts of different plays, does every team have different little

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things that are unique to them on the snap count?

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You have seen enough film at this stage in the season to know that it

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is real. It is something that they had seen. We can breathe a sigh of

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relief. Thanks very much. The insurance people are believed! --

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relieved. A quick reminder that

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you can get another dose of We will bring you highlights

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of Thursday Night's Football and preview week

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eight, which includes the Wembley game between

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Washington and Cincinnati. Always keen to learn

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new skills, Osi took a trip to West Ham to learn

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the art of goalkeeping. How long would it take to teach me

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how to be a good goalkeeper? Penalty shoot out now. I'm not scared.

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Be careful. I could not even see it! Might level of respect for the

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goalkeeper went up, that is ridiculous.

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Buffalo have been on a roll since firing their offensive

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Four straight wins has seen Rex Ryan's Bills cement second

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They faced the Miami Dolphins who badly need

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another win to keep in touch with their divisional rivals

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after dispatching Super Bowl contenders Pittsburgh

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Miami Dolphins, makers of a legend and perhaps bound by it. Undefeated

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in 1972 season, they have not been back to Super Bowl since the 1984

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season but they're now giving it a shot. Jay Ajayi, a 200 yard game

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last week, he is on fire. The Buffalo Bills, they went to four

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straight Super Bowl spot they had not been back since Super Bowl XX

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eight. Speed option right. Into the

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endzone, he fumbles but touchdown, Buffalo! You could see this coming

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the entire way. Formation to the left, you knew it would be some kind

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of quarterback run. That is why they have been so good in the red zone

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the season, the threat that Taylor brings to this offense.

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First inside the 30, now the 25. Sack Brown makes the tackle. You do

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not see the debt on film but you can see that in person. Mike Pouncey

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makes the key block. Jay Ajayi playing today with great vision.

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Seven plays later and Andrew Franks kicked a 33 yard field goal to cut

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the lead to four points for buffaloes heading into half-time.

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This is the number one rush offense in the league against the number 31

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rush defense in the league. It has been bizarre here this afternoon. He

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walks into the endzone, touchdown, Buffalo! 67 yards.

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Goodman so fast on the outside. The eight run of the drive, Jay Ajayi to

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the endzone. Touchdown, Dolphins! It is a four yard run for Jay Ajayi.

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His fifth touchdown of the year. 2nd down, he will take it again. He

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stumbles into the open field. One man to beat and he is inside Buffalo

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territory. Ronald Darby makes the tackle. Jay Ajayi makes two

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defenders miss. Then he breaks it open. What a huge played by Jay

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Ajayi in the offensive line. The 28-yard line. Jay Ajayi Bacchin.

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Over 200 yards again. -- back in. Inside the 15. Cory Grasse takes him

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down. They give it up to Williams. Trying to carry it into the endzone.

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Touchdown, Dolphins! Taylor today is the leading rusher for the Bills.

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Goodwin, can he complete? Broken up. It will be forced down. Officially

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3rd down and six. Jay Ajayi in the battlefield, to receivers to the

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left. -- in the backfield. Into the open field! Touchdown, Dolphins!

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66 yard smile for Ryan. A good effort from Jay Ajayi, picking up

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the blitz. He steps up. Good block, and it is all about the adjustment.

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Fighting for the ball. Then running for a touchdown. Border Force

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quarter for the Miami Dolphins. 12 penalties for the Dolphins including

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three in this drive. -- what a fourth quarter.

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Bush loses the football. Touchdown, Buffalo. Bush lost the football,

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take a look. A good effort from him. He goes down as the ball comes

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across. That might be a matter of

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millimetres whether that is a touchdown or not. It will be

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interesting, it looks like millimetres. Is there enough to

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overturn this call? The ruling stands, touchdown.

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It stands, it is not confirmed. Not enough evidence to overturn it. Now

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the 2-point conversion. 14 seconds to play.

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Play in motion. Taylor looking for Bush. It is the three points game.

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14 seconds to play. Buffalo still have a chance to tie the game.

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Handled easily by the Miami Dolphins and Jarvis Landry. The Bills have no

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time-outs so Dolphins can just take it easy. Dolphins walk away with the

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28 - 25 victory over the Buffalo Bills. Jay Ajayi with back-to-back

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200 yard game. He is the fourth player in NFL history to accomplish

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that feat. Joining OJ Simpson and Ricky Williams.

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And joining us now from Miami is the NFL current leading running back and

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fellow Brit Jay Ajayi. Thank you for talking to us. It has been a special

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couple of weeks for you. It has been going pretty good these past couple

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of weeks. I cannot complain. What do you think has changed the last

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couple of weeks, two may be the start of the season, what has

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changed to you? Personally I think I feel very confident down the field

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and it has been great as well having the line all together back starting

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up there. Those guys have been doing a great job of being physical

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upfront. The receivers have been doing a great job outside, blocking,

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it is just then been about running hard and running downhill and making

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people miss and trying to get the endzone. How much from a British

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perspective, have you paid attention to NFL records, you have become only

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the fourth running back to go over 200 yards in back-to-back games

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alongside Ricky Williams and Earl Campbell and OJ Simpson. How much do

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you pay attention to those records? I think it is the crazy thing to

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have and to do, to be mentioned alongside those guys who are Hall of

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Fame players. Some of the great players and the running back

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position. To be able to be around those names, it is humbling and I

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just want to keep working and keep building on the performances like

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that. And just continue to see where my career can go. You carry the ball

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a lot for your team. What have you done to get you ready for that

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workload? I work hard and offseason I wanted to prepare myself for this

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opportunity. We knew the position would be open. So I just trained

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really hard. I did a lot of stuff conditioning, just try to make sure

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my mind was right and that I would be able to take on this role and be

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ready when the opportunity itself. Now I'm just taking it week by week

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and just trying to build of each performance. What is it like being a

:39:25.:39:31.

Brit in an American sport? It is cool, man. I definitely feel like I

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am unique and my background story is very unique and interesting. I just

:39:40.:39:47.

want to keep the burden of this story, it is crazy to believe I'm

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here right now at this point and I just want to keep building permit. I

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enjoy seeing all the support from the UK fans and all my family back

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over there. It is great getting texts from those guys. I just want

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to keep it up. We help you keep it up as well and keep flying the flag

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for the UK. Congratulations on the past couple of weeks and hopefully

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we will talk again before the end of the season. Thank you for having me.

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Time for a final round up now think seven.

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Still no Ben Roethlisberger for the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England

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Patriots were just too much for them. Tom Brady completing 19 of 26

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passes, 222 yards including one to rob. The Patriots now six and one,

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two games clear in the AFC East. The new York Jets 124-16 against

:40:53.:40:56.

Baltimore but lost their quarterback Geno Smith with an injured right

:40:57.:41:01.

knee after taking that sack. Ryan Fitzpatrick, not very happy, he will

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face and lead New York Jets to their win. 24 16. Oakland beat troubled

:41:08.:41:19.

Jacksonville 33-16. Murray scoring twice on his return from injury.

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Giving Jack Del Rio victory against his former team. This is one of the

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plays of the whole weekend, as Marquette King scrambled for a 1st

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down from about that. Oakland are now four and oh on the road. And

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Kansas City still very much in it in the AFC West. A fascinating

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division. They beat New Orleans 27-21. Spencer Ware running for 77

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yards to go with his 46 yard touchdown reception. Alex Smith

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throwing two touchdown passes as well. In what was another efficient

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outing for him. Daniel Sorensen returning that 48 yard interception

:42:05.:42:13.

for another touchdown. Looking at the standings now at the

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end of weeks seven. Let's talk about the New York Jets

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and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Geno Smith getting injured. Ryan Fitzpatrick

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did well, he had a difficult season. This was his post-match interview

:43:12.:43:17.

afterwards. He has a go at everyone! It is just tough. The biggest thing

:43:18.:43:21.

in this game in order to last is to have belief in yourself. When the

:43:22.:43:26.

owner stops believing in you and GM and coaches stop believing in you,

:43:27.:43:31.

sometimes all you have yourself. That is something I had to deal with

:43:32.:43:36.

before and I am dealing with it now. I just do my best to prepare and be

:43:37.:43:41.

the best quarterback I can be. People give up on you and that stuff

:43:42.:43:47.

is not necessary the easiest in the world. Something you try to deal

:43:48.:43:53.

with as mature as you can. And move on.

:43:54.:43:59.

I realise it may have been a difficult start for him. Can you go

:44:00.:44:09.

and do that as a team leader? Absolutely not. Even if that is

:44:10.:44:14.

true, you do not say that to the media. You buy the guy in the locker

:44:15.:44:19.

room, the quarterback, you do not do that. It is ridiculous. I always

:44:20.:44:24.

liked him as an individual but he is acting like they did not have a good

:44:25.:44:29.

reason to put him on the bench. He was a turnover machine. He performed

:44:30.:44:33.

badly and they put him on the bench and now he is semi-do not believe in

:44:34.:44:36.

him! Their coach said he does not mind

:44:37.:45:00.

him saying it, as long as he cuts out all the turnovers he has caused

:45:01.:45:03.

so far. Nobody cares as long as you produce. If you're not out there,

:45:04.:45:06.

you do not complain. You go out and get it done. Do you think he will be

:45:07.:45:08.

leaving that franchise? For sure. Let us look at the hot pics. Other

:45:09.:45:11.

member of the team suggested we needed new photographs. These are

:45:12.:45:14.

staying for the whole of the season. This is what they had as their heart

:45:15.:45:17.

five before this week and now after this week, it has changed, not very

:45:18.:45:20.

much. I think Jason has switched Dallas and Seattle but everything

:45:21.:45:24.

else is the same. You are convinced that the Patriots are ahead of

:45:25.:45:32.

everyone. Nobody is close. Who is close? Minnesota! Come on! Did you

:45:33.:45:36.

see their performance? When did you see them perform like that?

:45:37.:45:40.

Minnesota with the defense, they can figure it out then they will get it

:45:41.:45:47.

done. When it happens, it happens? You must be convinced by the

:45:48.:45:51.

Patriots? I am, but I am saying the Vikings can beat that team. Hold on!

:45:52.:45:58.

The Vikings can beat who? I think so. Why do you think that? I think

:45:59.:46:05.

that you have got to win three of the phases. And I do not think that

:46:06.:46:11.

New England's special teams are good enough to be that impactful during

:46:12.:46:20.

the game. If you look at the statistics? They have had three

:46:21.:46:28.

different quarterbacks. You know how he beat them, pressure from the de

:46:29.:46:32.

line up the middle. That is what Minnesota doors. New England

:46:33.:46:38.

Patriots will win the Super Bowl this year. You are same out right

:46:39.:46:43.

now? Calling it right now. The other thing with them and I am not on his

:46:44.:46:48.

side, is that they have not conceded more than 20 points to any team this

:46:49.:46:54.

season. I did not say it would be a high-scoring game, I am saying I

:46:55.:46:58.

think they can win this game. Let us look at some of the social media. I

:46:59.:47:06.

like the tweet about Aaron Rodgers suggesting that he is wearing the

:47:07.:47:11.

same cardigan that we saw in the big Lebowski. I like that cardigan!

:47:12.:47:18.

Aside from Aaron Rodgers wearing that, there is plenty of other

:47:19.:47:24.

football stars, Harry Kane was there and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was

:47:25.:47:28.

there, Calum Chambers is in there as well and may more will be there this

:47:29.:47:29.

week. One last reminder... One last reminder the NFL Show

:47:30.:47:36.

this Friday - join us Coverage of San Diego

:47:37.:47:39.

Chargers at Denver Broncos is on Radio 5 Live Sports Extra

:47:40.:47:42.

on Sunday from 7.30. So week seven is done

:47:43.:47:45.

and our final undefeated team has Those undefeated 1972

:47:46.:47:47.

Miami Dolphins will be popping the champagne

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once again knowing their perfect record is safe for

:47:51.:47:51.

another season. Another season will pass. Oh that is

:47:52.:48:14.

as the Miami Dolphins, 17 and oh. In 1972, the undefeated season, the

:48:15.:48:20.

Minnesota Vikings beat at last, now five and one. The only old left in

:48:21.:48:33.

the belongs to the Cleveland Browns. Jay Ajayi, the New England Patriots

:48:34.:48:38.

reinflate it by the return of Tom Brady, a little history at the home

:48:39.:48:43.

of sport. History back then, history who knows in the making now? Only in

:48:44.:48:46.

the NFL.

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