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Mark Chapman returns with Super Bowl winners Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell to preview the NFL Conference Championships this weekend.


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COMMENTATOR: It will be time for these two teams to settle it. He

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will fire it towards the end zone. Going deep. A one-man wrecking crew!

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Unbelievable! How did he do that? In the end zone. Unstoppable. Welcome

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to the The NFL Show. We can get this out of the way because it will be

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painful. Osi, how many predictions did you get right last week? I got

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everything right, I have to be honest, I'm just the greatest. Last

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week was fake news, nobody cares, I'm the greatest, the world has ever

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seen, I'm back, nobody can dispute my greatness. Oh. I don't know how

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you do it. You have nothing to lose.

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Do you feel me? Do you feel me? A little frustration. They are used to

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nothing but success. Touchdown! Under the heading of things that

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cannot happen tonight that is one of them. The champions of the world

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right here. Let's go. We've got to respond now.

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Touchdown! Welcome to the The NFL Show. It could be a long half-hour!

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Three games left in the NFL season and in 24 hours, two of those three

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will be concluded and we will know who will be in Super Bowl. The two

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conference championship finals and the winners will hedge to Houston to

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compete for the Super Bowl. To confirm the results from last

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weekend. We have some sensational games, some less than sensational

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games. Anything surprise you about what you saw? I didn't know Aaron

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Karren Brady! He is that good. I cannot believe how good he is

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playing. You are struggling because you got two four and he has four and

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it means you in your predictions in the playoffs are level. It has

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affected you psychologically. It is hard to be up here with you guys. I

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assume nothing surprises you. I am not surprised about what happened. I

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got everything correct, the way I usually do up until last week, when,

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you know... You are the greatest guy I ever bet. I am glad you sorted

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that out. When we look at the four teams left and the four quarterbacks

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left, this is why there is so much excitement ahead of these games and

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the Super Bowl because arguably we have the four best quarterbacks we

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could have hoped for. Dak Prescott might have something to say about

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that. The teams they represent, those four, going head-to-head is

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mouthwatering. That is what you have to look at. You want to look at what

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else they have because you think they are going to X each other out.

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How much do you look at the bottom two lines on the graphic. Matt Ryan

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of the Falcons falling behind the others, not having been in a Super

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Bowl he does not have a Super Bowl record and his playoff experience is

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less than the others. It has been thrown at him a lot. Justifiably so

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because his record is not good in the playoffs but he has to be in the

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playoffs for his record to get better and he is doing that right

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now. He is having a fantastic season. If there was a year when he

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breaks out of the slump, in the playoffs, it is this year. Getting

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ahead of ourselves when you look at the four who remain. It will not be

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a bad Super Bowl whatever the matchup. Without cursing it! It is

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who they are now. What I worry about with Matt Ryan, who is there to say,

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we have been here before, we are used to this? When everybody else

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has that. We can look at the NFC first. We will go with the Green Bay

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Packers against the Atlanta Falcons. The backers got here with a stunning

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victory over the top seeds, Dallas Cowboys in what I think is already

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going down as one of the great playoff games the NFL has seen. No

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question. The Packers took off with a commanding lead. Dak Prescott of

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the Cowboys played an outstanding second-half. It was an outstanding

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game from start to finish. And given that lead to the Packers built up,

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you thought that it was done and dusted, certainly at 21-3. The guys

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had to battle back and did what they should have done at the beaming,

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cutting back to the run game, dominating the line of scrimmage. A

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lot has been made of Prescott. Added experienced players. They have never

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been in a situation like this. There is no way to prepare yourself in a

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situation like this. They played well but at the end of the day I

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think we called it a couple of weeks ago they would be eliminated because

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they need experience. Next year the Dallas Cowboys will be an

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outstanding team. I agree. I want them to win this game. I thought

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they had everything going for them. After the interception, the way he

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bounced back, promising for his future. He embodies everything the

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NFL is about. Carrying himself in a proper way and handles himself the

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exact way you would want a quarterback to handle himself. Which

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would mean Dallas, it ends the Tony Romo question. Tony Romo if they can

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will be traded and this is Dak Prescott's team from now? You have

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to go with you. It is a young league. I was a Tony Romeu supporter

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and still am. But he proved he was the person to lead the team in the

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future, you have to go with you. The Cowboys went straight down the other

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end and Bailey scoring the field goal. 31-31 and Aaron Rodgers with

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35 seconds on the clock for the final drive. One of the most amazing

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plays. As a right corner which I played, you do not think this throw

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can get there. Throwing across the field, across his body, there was

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nowhere else he could put that, amazing. Cook's catch. People have

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focused on Aaron Rodgers was to be throw. The reason they focus more on

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the throw is receiver 's practice that catch all the time, the toad

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drag you saw. But the throw was ridiculous. We have had a dig at

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kickers over the season. So many being missed. Both deserved credit.

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Two 50 plus kicks. Daley never looking like he would felt. There is

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something going on. You have good quarterbacks and kickers which might

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be the combination deep in the playoffs. Nobody cares about

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kickers, one second left in the game and you have to win the game and

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suddenly the kickers... They came through. On the stats, to highlight

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Mason Crosby's importance to the Packers, the 51 yards the longest to

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win a postseason game and 23 consecutive postseason field goals.

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If you aren't looking for extended highlights and analysis the games

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you will find them on VI player. The Packers' opponents, the Falcons, who

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took on the Seattle Seahawks last weekend. This was in Atlanta, in the

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Georgia Dome. For is so much time we have spoken about Atlanta and their

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offense and the different options, but Osi, as a man who has played

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defense for the Falcons, how impressed where you? They got after

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Russell Wilson and Billy -- Billy Kee offensive line. An outstanding

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game and nobody is giving them credit for a good defense because

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they have been inconsistent but they might be hitting their stride. They

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are both the same defense. This is the same defense. You are watching

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the same defenses play but Atlanta seems to have turned a corner with

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the defense. They were communicating. It look good. Russell

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Wilson, going into his own end zone there, as he fell over, you say

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Seattle did not communicate as well? They do but Atlanta has stepped up

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and are looking similar to Seattle and have the weapons as far as the

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safety. He is amazing, put him on the line of scrimmage and he stopped

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the run. Like what Seattle does all the time. For all the talk and I

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brought up defense first because that is where you played and you'd

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like to praise defenses as much as possible, but Atlanta this season

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have had 13 different players go in from touchdowns. It is remarkable.

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That is ridiculous. Seeing what Matt Ryan has done with the defense.

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Deserving credit to get Matt Ryan to play this football. You look at

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Julio Jones, but he can beat you with anybody, Matt Ryan. When Julio

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Jones got injured, they were still winning. This is about Matt Ryan and

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the offense. It seems he is reading defense well and using his best

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option at that time and that is good coaching. Add comes with experience.

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Out of the four remaining quarterbacks he is the least

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experience. That might have been a struggle earlier, trying to make the

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big plays, now he has just got to take what he should take, what the

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defense it's him. They started 7-0 down in that game, the Falcons. We

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spoke about their playoff history. Did they do well not to do Dallas?

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They did not care about what happened before which goes to

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coaching. To have the lack of experience, 7-0 down, to come back

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and win and destroy the Seattle Seahawks, an impressive coaching

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performance. How do you see the matchup? Green Bay and Atlanta. I am

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not asking for a prediction. You do not have to get nervous! Just an

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overall view of how you see this game. I think it will be

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high-scoring. You will see electric offense. It will be whoever plays

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consistent at quarterback. These are two the best and it will be

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exciting. It will be two of the best offenses in football going

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head-to-head and I am excited to see the outcome. I have an idea of who I

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want to win and who will win. Can you see both teams going over 30

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points? Definitely. They have the skills to do it. The winner will

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have to go over 30. Going back to defense, it depends on which defense

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deals better with it and would you say Atlanta's defense looks better?

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They definitely look better. Where are they stronger? In the defense.

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They are better. Green Bay is picking up guys anywhere they can

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find to play defense these days. I agree with you. This is very

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disappointing! Where do you disagree? Green Bay are solid

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upfront. Falcons do also but upfront the Packers are the better team. The

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advantage they have, Atlanta is that. Aaron Rodgers when Green Bay

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were on the bad run and had to win all remaining games to make the

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playoffs said they were going to run, winning every game, and taking

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control. Is this season a failure for Green Bay now, given how they

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have been playing? I think it would be because it is magical. You want

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this story to end like this with him to run the table. Nobody could have

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guessed this. It would be a failure because the way things have gone so

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far for Green Bay, he said that an playing the best quarterback

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football we have seen. For him not to end with Super Bowl... He said he

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has taken playing this position to the highest level. He does stuff

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nobody else can do. Predictions? I am going with Atlanta. Are you? I am

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going with Atlanta because I look at the numbers. But, man, it is hard to

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bet against. Going against Aaron Rodgers? I am looking at the facts.

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That is what I do. Your heart will overrule your head. No question. As

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a former Falcon. My head says the Packers will win because they have

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momentum and the way their quarterback is playing. Even when I

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was playing in New York, I lived Atlanta, I have been in Atlanta the

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whole time. It is going to be a great game. I am picking the Atlanta

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Falcons also. It means you cannot be wrong if you go with your head and

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heart. My father said go with your heart and I have to go with my

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heart. Would you be upset if Green Bay won? I am the greatest of all

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time! You are! We can move on to the AFC.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers taking on the New England Patriots. The

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Steelers got here with a win on the road at the Kansas City Chiefs. You

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felt a little bit with this everything was set up for Kansas

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City. It was cold. The atmosphere, and yet, it did not pan out for

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them. All that stuff you said sounded

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cute. The entire time there was one guy on this courage who said the

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Kansas City Chiefs will not make it! There is one guy here, sitting to

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the left of Jason Bell... Defensively they showed up. They

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played good football against the Pittsburgh Steelers. What was it,

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six field goals or something like that? But offensively they just

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didn't have the weapons, they didn't have the firepower. They put me to

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sleep again! Is this Alex Smith's fault? No, it's not his fault, they

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were just the team they are. They played against three dangerous

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offensive weapons and they couldn't stop any of them. This is who Alex

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Smith has always been, so you can't now expect him to carry a football

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team and throw them the victory like that. When they went in for that

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touchdown with two minutes 40 left, they went to the extra two, they

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caught it and then they were held back for a holding penalty when they

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went for it the second time, they didn't connect and that was the end

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of that. So for all the criticising, they were never out of it, were

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they? No, it was a close game. These are the elite teams and it's going

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to be tight. The love I have Paul Casey is all season and what they

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were doing. But we're talking about the best playing the best and you've

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got to look at the match-ups. You started to praise levy on Bell

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offensively. -- LaVeon Bell. I really enjoy watching this man play

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football. Were you ever concern for Pittsburgh that they were in the red

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zone four times in that game and never converted to a touchdown? Not

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against Kansas City, that is a great defense and they played really well

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in the red zone, they always have all season. To would you expect them

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if they get into the red zone four times against the Patriots to

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convert at least one or two of those chances? I think they can pull it

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off. The Patriots have an outstanding defense also but I think

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if they get into the red zone as many times as they did against

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Kansas City, they're going to score lots of touchdowns. Let's show you

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the final game which was the Houston Texans visiting the New England

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Patriots. The majority of the NFL breathed a sigh of relief that this

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was where the Texans's journey ended! Come on, didn't they? It

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would have been very odd to stick rock Osweiler on that graphic of our

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four quarterbacks. I love the Texans. I know, you played for

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them... But let's be odd, it would have been odd if we had put Brock

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Osweiler on that graphic. Somebody doesn't belong here! There is a guy

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here who is not supposed to be on the list!

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LAUGHTER Me end you have seen teams,

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Baltimore Ravens have won the Super Bowl without an elite quarterback

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before. So I mean, it has happened. But yeah, somebody had to go.

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Watching this game, in the first half the Texans did get to Tom

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Brady, didn't they? They did beat him up in the first half. The front

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four got after him. The offense really started slow and sluggish but

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that is what happens when you get pressure on Tom Brady like that.

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That is the problem. If you're going to defeat the New England Patriots,

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that is the only way to do it. Create havoc on your defensive line.

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You can't just do it for one half, you have to do it for the entire

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football game. We saw Lewis go in for a touchdown not long ago and the

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Patriots were 15-0 when Lewis starts. He does a lot for them. He

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can run the ball well. Everything Tom Brady likes to do it on the

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middle of that field and Dion Lewis can get up there and he is a

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match-up nightmare. Jack of all trades and that is what the Patriots

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are so good at. They keep putting these people on the field that can

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play multiple positions and do multiple things and they have found

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another man to do that in Lewis. He had a hat-trick of touchdowns in

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this game. If we expand more on the Patriots, if you... Certainly on

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this show and on both the shows we do and I would also say when I'm

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reading and watching and listening to American media, they might be in

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Massachusetts but I don't think they are generally discussed as much as

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the Packers, the Cowboys, the Raiders, the Chiefs, the Broncos

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this season. I think we've spent more time talking about the majority

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of the other teams in the NFL than the Patriots, considering they are

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the number one seeds in the AFC, why? There is never a story and that

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is down to Bill Belichick. He makes sure it's about the job, the game.

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He gives you nothing else to talk about, he makes it all about

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football. I think they are taken for granted now because of their

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success. Their success has been their number one enemy in that

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regard. They just win every single year. I've never seen anything like

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it. Every year you can count on the New England Patriots being up there

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in playoff contention or Super Bowl contention and most people see that

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again and again and it kind of dull their senses a bit and they take

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them for granted. It's their sixth consecutive AFC Championship Game.

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Listen to what you just said! Their sixth consecutive... I mean, who

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does that? We're going to get here, regardless. Amazing. But you were

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saying that one of the secrets to how they operate is that if you go

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into New England, we were saying this fair, you go into New England

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and you play for the Patriots, it's a job. It's a job. So they take the

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emotion out of it. There is emotion in the game but what they do is let

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you know what this is about, we are here to work and you are here to do

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your role, whatever that is. Is that different to a lot of other teams?

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Yes, a lot of teams are like, there is this family atmosphere, we all

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get along, we are a unit. They are like no, you do your position and we

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win. They call it the Patriot way. Whenever a team or an organisation

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operates ruthlessly. Whenever a team operates like that, they say that is

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the Patriots way, they do things like the New England Patriots. Like

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Jason said, everything is just a job, plain and simple. You're not

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allowed to say get at Brady, because that is the answer, whenever I've

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spoken about the Patriots, that is what people say. Houston got at

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Brady in the first half and they didn't win. So something other than

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getting at Brady, how can Pittsburgh win? I'll go first. They have to

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have one of the greatest running performances they've ever had.

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Because if you are running the ball well and scoring points, Tom Brady

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is not on the field. There's only one way to beat the New England

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Patriots. You have to remove Bill Belichick from the equation, plain

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and simple. If you get into a coaching battle with him, you're

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going to lose every single time. What you have to say is this. Bill

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Belichick, no matter how good you are, you can't get onto the football

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field and put on pads. You have to out- physical the guy you're playing

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against, this has to be a physical confrontation. From the start of the

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end, you're going to be up in your grill, as we say!

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LAUGHTER So yeah, that's it. And if the

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running game is going to be key for Pittsburgh, that means that this man

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is going to be key, Le'Veon Bell. It boils down to him. It totally boils

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down to him and that is what they are built on. That's what they

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really want to do. As much as we talk about Big Ben and all the stuff

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he does down the field, they want to run the ball and that offensive line

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is running... Bouncy in the middle is an amazing center. You can go

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first this time, Pittsburgh's... I like Pittsburgh, but. As a standing

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rule, I can never bet against the New England Patriots unless they are

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playing against the New York Giants. Fortunate for them, they are not

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playing the Giants. Can I change this at any time during the... No,

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no! Because I am conflicted. This could take a while, ladies and

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gentlemen. It's why they pay you the big Bucs! What are you conflicted

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about? Because I just want to go out against Osi on this one. I'm going

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to go with the Steelers. So at the moment you think it will be Patriots

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fold and you have predicted Steelers Fulton 's. Those predictions is

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great, but do you think the majority, forget who you support,

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the neutral wants a Rogers Brady Super Bowl? For sure. For sure. That

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is the sexy Super Bowl match. In sexy!

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LAUGHTER -- I deal in sexy!

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LAUGHTER You weren't meant to last! So forget

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your predictions come would you like a Rogers Brady Super Bowl? No. So,

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forget your predictions, let's do the eyes and loads -- let's do the

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highs and lows of the week. A view interesting handling manoeuvres.

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That was outdoors and this one was indoors so you can't even blame the

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weather for that. This was an amazing play from the Falcons

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defense. Dion Jones comes away with the ball. Russell Wilson got tripped

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by his own line. Matt Ryan not really in tune with his receivers

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there. And neither was... This was unbelievable. Do you know how hard

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this is, as a defender? What is that? This is what happens when

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you've got magic on your side. This isn't magic although it is rather

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amusing! Stupid. I know it's stupid, but from a fans's point of view it

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is amusing when someone loses it. Travis Kelce with that. I saw...

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We have got Brady to Edelman and finally, Dion Lewis channelling his

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inner Tyree Cal for an 80 yard, 90 yard kick return. And then look,

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wow, the afterburners come on. That's what happens when you wear

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number 33! That's what happens! I was wondering about that... Because

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we wouldn't have got that. No one would have known. 33. He used it

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where 33 in case you're wondering! That is all we have time for this

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week. You can join us again this Tuesday

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at 11:15pm when we will bring you NFL this week. From Osi, Jason and

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myself, it's good night. 33! VOICEOVER: America's dream and the

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end of -- America's team and the end of the American dream. Only four

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Thiem 's live for here and now. Dreaming of what comes next. Not

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Super Bowl LI yet. There is work to do first, conferences to complete,

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titles to win days of thunder, days of wonder. Only the best can breathe

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it in, the air is so rarefied. Only in the NFL.

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They want me to write and produce - for a boy band. Oh.

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