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Beautifully designed play as Prescott rolls into the end zone.

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On the next Dallas possession, Dan Bailey kicked a goal to extend their

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lead early in the second quarter. Walking into the end zone is

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Matthews for the touchdown. Second and gold. Intercepted at the goal

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line! They bring the ball out to the 20-yard line. Aid plays later

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Sturgess equalled his career-best distance to be a 3-point lead going

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into half-time. Lee on 3rd 4 and that is touchdown, Jordan Matthews.

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Stalled in the been field goal late in in the third quarter. On the next

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drive, Sturgess and field goal of the day to extend Philadelphia's

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lead to ten points. The Dallas Cowboys with the recovery. The

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rookie out of West Virginia was the ball-carrier. Smallwood is put into

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the game and what do you know? Bailey kicked his third field goal

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of the day from 39 yards and that made it a 7-point game.

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That is the thing they wanted to happen. Lee is there. That was big.

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It brings in the punter instead of the field goalkicker. And I am on

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the 27-yard line. To the Right he goes and reaching and making the

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catch is Beazley. Big-time play. Tony Romo is looking on from the

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sidelines. Prescott feels the pressure. He has room to run and

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picks up the 1st down. Pressure from his back side, so he took off.

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Making the catch is Dez Bryant for the touchdown! Dak Prescott this

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time is going to throw it and that was an unbelievable catch. If you

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have been with as three straight weeks, you know all the rules. It

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can end in a tie. No challenges, everything is reviewed upstairs.

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Beazley through the 38-yard line. Another Dallas 1st down. For the

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moment they are going to leave the fence --.

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Prescott was over the middle. Jones will have four years taken of his

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life! Wide open! Jason on to win of Jason

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Wilson wins the game. Not great how me. I've be better and more

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consistent. In the early 90s the Dallas Cowboys were led by an

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explosive group of players and the triplets. But the law of nature says

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the new shall always replace the old and the Dallas Cowboys now have a

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new set of triplets, Dak Prescott, Dez Bryant and Ezekiel Elliott.

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First of all, Dak Prescott is a rookie quarterback and he is playing

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wise beyond his years. What he is going to do here is he is going to

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look to the left. Why? He wants to freeze the safety. The safety reads

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the quarterback's eyes and he wants to keep the safety in place. That is

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exactly what he does. You find Dez Bryant wide open. He is showing

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maturity for his years. The play will break down and the pocket will

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collapse and he will try and run the football. He now scrambles. Look at

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him keep his eyes down the field and find Jason Witten. That is an

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incredible play by a young, rookie quarterback. Now we are going to get

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to the man himself, Dez Bryant. You can see him at the top of your

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screen. The Philadelphia Eagles are going to be man-to-man coverage.

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They said to themselves, today we want to get beaten! Dez Bryant will

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run a simple run straight down the field. Look at the impressive catch

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this man makes. Look at him adjust his body to the football. It is a

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difficult thing to do. He makes the play for his team, a great player.

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And last but not least, Ezekiel Elliott. Watch him running back for

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his team. You will see the ball handed off to him. He will keep

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running. Showing an incredible amount of athleticism. Watch him

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run, watch him how hard he runs, watch how he runs through the

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defenders. Look how hard he is working for his team. He is working

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harder than that man in the gymnasium whose girlfriend has just

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left him. I am going to show her! The new triplets getting it up for

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the Dallas Cowboys, man. For all the praise, and we have praised Dak

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Prescott on the show and we have had a debate about whether it should be

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Tony Romo, the Dallas media have had a real go at him over the one

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interception. Why? It is because he finally do something at them. And. I

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think the same thing. He has not made any mistakes rookie would make

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up until that particular point. It was really embarrassing. Maybe Tony

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Romo has friends in the Dallas media. He is the darling of Dallas.

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Yes, he is, and if he did come back, he would have to play really well.

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Is he ready to do that? I am not sure. I am worried whether Dak

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Prescott is going to hold up. Is he conditioned enough? Why is it late

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in the season when we are only halfway through for a young, rookie

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player? The college season is over by early December. He will have

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played his last college game. He has never played this much football and

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this long in his career. That is a valid point. You are agreeing with

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each other! People in general at this point in time, people come in

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and out of college and they are done by this time. It is difficult for

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rookies to get over that. The head coach at Dallas has got an

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interesting man management situation. Not necessarily on form,

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but managing the lethargy that might come from Elliott or Prescott as

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He can see if his sky has fallen off and does there need to be a change.

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We look at the first round of week eight. An ugly Monday night

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performance in Denver, a touchdown to help the Houston Texans remain at

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home. They have lost all of their road games but have won all five at

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home that was the end of Detroit's winning streak. Ryan Fitzpatrick

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backed up his words. And a touchdown. Your laughter would

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suggest you don't think he has backed up his words? Not at all. It

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is the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland are getting a lot of stick today.

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Kansas City beat Indianapolis 30-14. They have lost Alex Smith twice

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after hits to the head and they also finished the game with West being

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the only health the running back. Oakland beat Tampa Bay 30-24. A

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franchise record 513 yards completed 30 of 59 passes without an

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interception and this was the winning touchdown in overtime. They

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have won all five games on the road the Raiders on they are six and two.

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San Diego beat Denver. This 49 yard interception return, the running

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backs took over with scores from three and one yard. Denver remain

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tied with the Raiders six and two at the top of the AFC West and next

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week Denver and the Raiders meet in Oakland which will be a fantastic

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game and with one eye on the game, let's talk. Derek our second round

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pick. He is leading them towards what you think may be some glory?

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They have been looking for him. A guy with a big arm, throwing the

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ball down the field and he is a leader. He works the field and gets

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the ball to all of this target and has some of the best receivers in

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the league right now. Am I getting ahead saying he could leave them to

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glory? Lots of Raiders fans watch the show and the mind the fact we do

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not focus on them enough. Am I going overboard or not? You are not going

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overboard. This is the best young quarterback in football right now,

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he is dropping Dines, throwing the ball with complete accuracy,

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velocity and everything you want in a long call quarterback. That man is

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Derek Carr. The hard-core NFL fans and when you look at the passing

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stats, the leading quarterbacks on the graphic we show you, Carr is

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over 500 as I say, put that in perspective of how rare that is.

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That's never happened to me, I've never seen that in all of my playing

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career and that is because if a guy is doing that well against you, you

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play defence to prevent it. Let's slow this down but he kept going. He

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was on fire. He was on fire in that game. I wanted to show the San Diego

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one-handed catch from Benjamin which is a great catch in itself but

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because of the nature of the AFC West, other charges out of its

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because of the strength of the Broncos and the Raiders and the

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Chiefs. The other teams ahead of them are five and two and six and

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two, it'll be almost impossible. They cannot win the division and to

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get in the play-offs that he win out the rest of the games, I do not see

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how San Diego can make it. With praise them last week talking about

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Philip Rivers and you probably felt they had to win in mile high if they

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were going to take the momentum forward? They would have to outscore

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teens because defensively they are not too great so it was all in the

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hands of Philip Rivers. Would you put money on one of those teams in

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AFC West winning or would you like to hold? I will always go with the

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Denver Broncos because of the defence and defensively they will

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compete and later in the year, when the play-offs are about to begin,

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later in the year you will have to bring your defence and they have the

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strongest out of all of those teams. Remember I said we have lots of

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Raiders fans who watched the show, who do you think will win? I'm going

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with the Raiders. I'm going with the Raiders. They are better than the

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Denver Broncos. I don't like the way Trevor Siemian is playing right now.

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They are going to be in the play-offs ahead of the Denver

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Broncos. Why are you stuttering? We will see.

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If you've been looking for touchdowns this season,

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Led by Matt Ryan at quarterback they have been tearing the NFL

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apart, scoring more touchdowns than any other team.

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Two successive nail-biting losses though give hope to their opponents

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the Green Bay Packers, for whom it's been a stuttering

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There are many ways to weave a tale in NFL. The Green Bay Packers way

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owned by their fans, winners of the first two super Bowls. The Packers

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are an institution in the NFL, Aaron Reynolds is an institution in his

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own right but him and the Packers need to win now to keep up the

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pressure is on the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC North. The Atlanta

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Falcons need a win after two defeats. The Falcons out to reassert

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control of the NFC South. Adams in the backfield. Rogers

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looked at him initially. That is a touchdown for Judy Nelson. For an

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offence. Without Lacey, without Jericho, that is a pretty impressive

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beginning. Looking down the field to the enzyme. And it is a touchdown.

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Taylor Gabriel. 47 yards, how about that. The coverage really wasn't too

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bad. You see the throne here from Matt Ryan and he has two split the

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two defenders. He makes a perfect throw beating the ball.

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Third goal. Throws to the enzyme and that is a touchdown. Geronimo Rulli

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Saint just brought out after a great pre-season. They activate him this

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week. Geronimo Rulli indeed. Matt Bryant has a 40 yard field goal on

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the possession cutting the lead to a point for Green Beret. -- Green Bay.

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Rogers asking Davis to come back and get it and that is a touchdown. What

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a throw by Rogers on the run. He ready has had his first catch, Davis

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started with the big punt return and he ends it with his first career

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touchdown. This is what we got used to seeing from Aaron Rogers, the

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ball is perfectly placed. We see that over and over, it is signature

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move. Buys him some time and throws a dart for the touchdown. He does an

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outstanding job. He learnt a lot from his father who was a great

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offensive mind, they run the ball well but that was just the seventh

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rushing play for the Falcons. Looking for daylight, finds the

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enzyme. -- and design. A beautifully designed play. Getting it into the

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hands of the playmaker Freeman. Rogers led the Packers down the

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field where they added a 29 yard field goal to make it 24-19.

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Third down. I would have complexion on second down but from here what

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happened on the first two plays, I would throwing but I like the second

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down player action. Finds the end zone with Freeman.

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A big third down in the ball game here. To see whether or not, if the

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Packers don't make the field goal than what then. What would the

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Falcons do to regain the lead. They touchdown here by the Packers. 13th

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play of the drive, eight minutes. They are closing in on four to go

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with third and fourth. Flag down, touchdown catch. Caught

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by Janice. We wait on the penalty, it comes in secondary. Holding,

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number 37 defence. But penalties the client, the result of the players a

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touchdown. The Packers going for two here. Aaron Rogers, four touchdown

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passes today. And he is going to run this in an convert the two points.

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So many this season have asked about Rogers, is he the same guy, is the

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Packers offence the same group, they have to feel really good. Matt Ryan,

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24 coming from behind. He has 32 game-winning drives in the fourth

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quarter of overtime, including post season. Does he have another one?

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First down. A gain of eight. Sanu is the go to die. Out of

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bounds. Burden one coming up. Matt Ryan has not throne to many

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incomplete passes. They have not been able to get the ball to Julio

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Jones. Snap of the ball. Sanu with a touchdown. He runs second to Julio

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Jones, but he was the man on this drive. Sanu, he calms at Jake Ryan

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and he has been running those crossing routs, though shallow routs

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and Jake Ryan can't ease up like he is going to run a drag and Jake Ryan

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gets caught on his heels and makes for an easy throw for Matt Ryan.

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Fourth down. Three to go. One time-outs left. Down by one. And

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that's it. The young defence we have spoken

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about, Dan Quinn is slowly moulding into what he wants and a fast

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flowing aggressive group, they do their job against one of the best.

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The big win for the Atlanta Falcons. You don't just win it on Sunday at

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730, you when it's Wednesday, Thursday and Friday by the way that

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you prepare. And I thought our preparation was excellent all week.

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Especially Mohammed. He did a great job this week, I was proud of him.

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In the contest, what has happened to Atlanta, to close defeats going in

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the game and that is a huge win? A big win. When they lost those games,

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a big team even if they lose will lose by small margin. I knew they

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would bounce back and I'm happy with the way they played against the

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Green Bay Packers. Even though four minutes can be a long time, it can

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also be a short time so go both behind it increases the pressure. I

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really like the way that Kyle Shanahan is calling plays for his

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quarterback. I feel like they are on the same page. You like Julio Jones,

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Ryan praised Sanu, you are ignoring all of them and the two once you

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focus he gets to the end zone. What makes him so good is you can give

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him the ball and space and he can get to the enzyme. When you have a

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runner he has the scope points and he's good at scoring there. I was

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there when he was drafted. When he stepped on a football field it

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looked like he was shot out of a cannon, he is so fast and explosive,

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he is a really good football player for the Atlanta Falcons and the two

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guys like that so hard because you cannot see them behind the blockers.

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They just pop out like you said. Has he got better each season that he

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seen him? He's definitely gotten better. The intricate parts of

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trouble picking up blocks, running the football. Both receiving,

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picking up the blitzes, that is what you see him get better at and he is

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one of the best running backs in football right now. A quick reminder

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you can get a dose of NFL on the show this Friday, breathing you

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highlights of Thursday night football and week nine.

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We will bring you highlights of Thursday night's Football

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This week Osi went up to Stoke to meet some of the locals.

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what have you got? You have got two super Bowls. What is the difference

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between playing here and over there in America? The technical ability.

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That is on this Friday at BBC One at five minutes to midnight. Were you

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running through treacle? No, he is fast enough.

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Cincinnati hosted Washington at Wembley for the latest installment

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With divisional rivals Pittsburgh on a bye week,

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Cincinnati had to close the gap in the AFC North, a division

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that is there for the taking should anyone want it.

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Last in the sell-out series in London, the third of three in the

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NFL season. The Washington Redskins and the Cincinnati Bengals. The

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Redskins had a stopper, Josh Norman who left the Carolina Panthers.

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Norman is tormentor in Chief. The 15th play for the Redskins on

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seconds down. And it is a Redskins touchdown! Seven minutes in 22

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seconds and the opening drive, you cannot do that any better. Across

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midfield and finally forced out of bounds. The seconds down in five and

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this is Bernard Lagat touchdown! They get out and they lead these

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running backs. He gets a fistful of facemask. Dustin Hopkins would hit a

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goal to give them a lead, but the Bengals Mike Nugent would miss one

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going into half-time. And it is touchdown! It is 13-10 in the

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Bengals' favour. We could have a ten point spread after a complete

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domination by the Redskins in the first-half. But it is dangerous when

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you allow a team to hang around and do not punch it in. The Bengals are

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looking to capitalise. And it is a Bengals' score.

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And diving into the end is Jordan Reid for a Redskins touchdown. No AJ

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Green on the field. Will Compton with the interception. The first

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Cincinnati turnover. Compton with his second career pick. Cousins with

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time and he fires. And it is Jamison Crowder. 33 yards from Kirk cousins

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to Jamison Crowder. The Redskins go back on top. He is a threat in the

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middle of the field. And AJ Green makes a spectacular catch. Look at

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the concentration, the eyes of AJ Green brings it in. It is as good as

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it gets from Josh Norman. But that is how good AJ Green is. 1st down

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and walking it in is Jeromy Hell for a Bengals' touchdown. Looking for a

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field goal. Needs about six, seven yards. And the catch is made by

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Jamison Crowder. He made the catch and stayed inbounds. He takes it all

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the way to the 22. Here comes dust and Hopkins -- Dustin Hopkins.

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And that is good and we are tied at 27. The second Redskins possession

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and this is Kelly and he stays on his feet inside the 15. Down at the

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13-yard line. Dustin Hopkins to attempt the potential game-winning

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field goal from 34 yards out. The first ever overtime game in London.

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And a time-out is taken by the Bengals. The official had that one

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time-out left in his pocket. From 34 and it is no goal. Wide to the left.

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Wow. It is happening over stateside and it is happening in London.

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The Redskins say they have it. The officials are trying to get to the

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bottom of the pile. It is Redskins' football. Wow. Someone came in at

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the end of that and put their helmet right on the football. Will Compton

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puts his face right on the ball. The final play for a defensive penalty.

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The clock hits zero. That will do it. I do not know what

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to say, should I be upset or happy? But I am happy about the way we

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competed and fought. It was a dogfight. It is a heck of a football

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team over there, Cincinnati. It was a grinder. But we fought and made

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some good players and made some barn blaze and made things happen, but we

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could not get it done at the end. We do not get a win, but we do not get

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lost either. We just handled our business. Let's talk kicking. It

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seems to be a big thing this season. Percival the tactics of the Bengals'

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Hopkins. This would happen a lot in this situation? You always want to

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get him to kick the ball, make him come back and think about it. Was I

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to fire left or right? You are trying to get him nervous, it is

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your last shot. The call-out came so they had to take the cake again and

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it worked. I have seen it work backwards. I have seen the kicker

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missed the kick and because there is a time out then he kicks it again

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and splits it right through the upright. There were three kicks that

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were missed before they even got to overtime. Last week we saw Arizona

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and Seattle. People say they get paid to make them. But you think why

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they might be missed. I had to make a couple of calls. Research. You

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have got no friends. You are putting a lot of pressure on them. They are

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putting pressure on the middle and they are doing four steps and

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getting their hands up and getting into the kicking line. I do not buy

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that. If you look at a kicker, the whole time he is running up to the

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ball he has his head down, so he is not seeing the guys with their hands

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up at the last minute, he is looking at the football the whole time. That

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excuse that they are being distracted I do not think is

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accurate. They are looking down, but they have got so much time and they

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watch the films all week and they see the pressure and they think, I

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might have to adjust it this way or that way. From the defense point of

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view, when you put your special team out there, you can pick your tallest

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players from office and defense to be in that line behind that line to

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try and distract the kicker? You are picking your tall guys, the guys

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with great verticals. When I was in college there was a guy who was 68

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or six foot nine and that was it only job, putting his hands up. You

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never saw him do anything else. But could they be talent scouting people

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who do not make it in basketball at that height and make it here? You

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see that in the game, you might be a scout. As far as Dustin Hopkins

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himself is concerned, you was asked for his thoughts after the game on

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the turf at Wembley by a German TV crew. This is what happened.

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What went wrong with the kick? I am disgusted that happened with my

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guys. No, no! I don't do interviews? I am no oil painting, but that is my

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German equivalent. It is like Wayne's world. I cannot believe they

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found that. You know the Washington press guy who tried to stop that.

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That is my guide Tony Wiley, he was with me in Houston. He is not

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messing around. He scared the kicker. He was trying to get it off

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his chest. Let's take a look at our final round-up from week eight and

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we start with Minnesota and Chicago. There was a big shock. Bradford was

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sacked five times and the Vikings have now gone to five and two, their

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second straight loss. It was a career high of 153 yards. That is

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the team that will beat the Patriots, right? We welcome onto

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that. Speaking of the Patriots, quarterback Tom Brady, 315 yards.

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Four touchdowns as well. They are seven and one. They have 14 straight

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since Tom Brady return. We will come to your index in a moment. Seattle

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lost to New Orleans. Seattle will be disappointed, Jason. Yes, they will.

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He had a great game. Defeat for Seattle in New Orleans. Arizona and

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Carolina met last season's NFL champions. Both have struggled this

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season. Carolina ran out the winners, but is it too little, too

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late? Everyone else in their division one, except for Tampa Bay.

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They have got some ground to make up.

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AFC NORTH - Everyone but Cleveland is fighting it out.

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Stop laughing at Cleveland, there will be Cleveland fans watching us.

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AFC SOUTH - Houston is in a weak division.

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AFC WEST - Oakland has not made the playoffs since 2002,

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NFC NORTH - Minnesota have lost two now.

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Green Bay and Detroit are closing in.

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Carolina win but still rooted to the bottom.

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NFC WEST - Seattle lead the way despite loss.

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Only takes a few wins or losses and things can change

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Week to week. That is the NFL, you have two win and half to win now.

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Ben Mee talk about Jamie Collins. He left New England home has been

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traded to Cleveland. He has gone from a team who are... The whole

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NFL. From a player 's perspective, how hard is that? I couldn't imagine

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it. It has to be so difficult to go from the cream of the NFL to the

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Cleveland Browns. That has to be devastating. And yet if you read

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some reports, it is because he wanted more money out of the

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Patriots and the Patriots were not prepared to pay for that so if you

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were in his situation, which have accepted the lesser deal if that is

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what it came down to. ? He didn't have the chance. They traded him. If

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it's got to that point, this is his big free-agent signing, he has to go

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for the money. Even if it means the weakest team he goes to? He is a

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free-agent doesn't get a choice. The NFL you have a short shelf life is

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what they say, you have to maximise earning potential from the time you

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get into the tiny get out. He has to make as much money as possible. New

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England Patriots are not making it so he goes where the money is.

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Talking of a short shelf life, injury can wreck someone's career.

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Kam Newton was on the end of some physical tackles when they played

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Arizona over the weekend. After the game in his post-match press

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conference he was not happy. At times they little say. And enough is

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enough. I plan on talking to the commissioner about this bird it is

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not fun and I don't know what I have to do. I showed a lot of frustration

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today and I apologise to the referee Bert I don't think a person can go

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through what I've go through and keep their head. What was the

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breaking point today? The ACL is the breaking point. It wasn't a great

:45:07.:45:15.

tackle by Campbell? It was low. He could have really gotten hurt. That

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is valid. Let me say this, I have to be honest. He is right in saying

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that tackle was dirty. Four days in my life I remember being happy, when

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my son was born, when I got married, when I won the Super Bowl and when I

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heard can Newton say he doesn't feel safe. As a defence player we

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literally want to separate your head from your shoulders, marry

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Antoinette style, we once you out the picture, you're going to go

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crying to your daddy about how you don't feel safe. I don't care. He is

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doing this, he's doing there's... He can dab and celebrate and that is

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all entertainment but he should be in the position where he could have

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his career ended by that kind of tackle, joking aside? Nobody should

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be in that position but limiter you something about Cam Newton. He has

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the most passing in any quarterback in the league so he has been

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protected, on that play the referees did not see it and it happens in the

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NFL. It happens to everybody, not just him, you take the good with the

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bad. That was more of a mistake by the officials and not them

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deliberately being more lenient with the defence against Cam? This

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situation is very hard, he is a runner so he is in the running game.

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He is getting hit a lot so he is not just a pure pocket passer like some

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other guys. He is putting himself in those positions. Let's look at the

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indexes to see the photos more than anything else and they have gone for

:46:55.:46:58.

the top five teams. This is what they did at the end of last week.

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Minnesota top for Jason had New England top four Osi. Then this

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happened. Minnesota has been chopped down by Jason had you both brought

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Atlanta in. I like Atlanta. Their offence is amazing. I think they can

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be really strong. Have you really ditched Minnesota from the whole

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five? Their offence of line is entirely too weak. You cannot play

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football with a weak offensive line. That will cost them. They responded

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to the challenge. I think they will respond. He told me earlier you

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heard someone say that the courts often they didn't respond. At what

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point will they respond. Now, they have two. This is all I've got. The

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page it's ahead of everybody else. -- the Patriots.

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One last reminder, the NFL Show this Friday -

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As we near the halfway point, it's all about momentum now as teams

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