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It'll be time for these two teams to settle it.
Elway, he's going to fire towards the end zone.
Rodgers looking downfield.
The one-man wrecking crew!
How did he do that?
Welcome to The NFL Show.
We're one week away from Super Bowl LI and we now know which two teams
will be in the big show.
It's tight, man.
I'm telling you, it's real!
We are ready to go!
Let's get this!
No one ever stops us but us.
We're not doing it today.
Let's take care of business.
Let's get rolling.
I've got you, brother.
One more means an NFL record.
There we have it, then.
On Sunday the 5th of February, the four-time Super Bowl champions,
the New England Patriots, will meet the Atlanta Falcons,
who will only be appearing in their second ever Super Bowl.
This will be a matchup between those who have been there, done that,
against a team with too much offensive exuberance to care.
I'm here once again with Jason Bell.
What did you make of last weekend?
Thank you for that introduction!
We saw some serious offense.
It was exciting.
Those two teams had some serious offense and they lit it up.
What surprised you about either of the two games?
What surprised me is the fact that both those teams are really doing
a good job with adjusting to the mistakes they
made the week before.
Atlanta and New England?
Yes, both of those teams.
Whatever they had as a weakness and they showed the week before,
the coaching staff is doing a good job with eliminating those mistakes.
Were you surprised...
Are you all right?
Were you surprised both games were quite so one-sided?
You know, I was surprised.
I knew Green Bay had issues on defense but I thought
they would be able to contain it a little better against Atlanta
but that score really surprised me.
I'm going to have to talk to him, won't I?
We need to include him.
I know, I know!
The reason, in case you are wondering why I'm
trying to ignore him, is because he is so unbelievably
smug because now, with the divisional weekend
and the Conference Championship, you are six and 0 in American speak
with your predictions?
I mean, what do you want me to say?
What do you want me to say, Mark?
I'm just great!
I'm just great!
And the fact that you sat here and you talked to Jason
for a couple of minutes without even speaking to me is sad,
it makes me very sad.
You know what I mean?
Mark, just please, next time, don't do that to me because,
as you know, I am the greatest!
I'm the greatest job creator in the history...
Don't go overboard!
Did the margin of victory surprise you?
In both of those games.
Especially with the Atlanta - Green Bay game because Green Bay
came to the game on a ridiculous roll and to see them just stymied
by the Atlanta Falcons, just disrupted everything
they wanted to do, was a big surprise to me.
New England against the Pittsburgh Steelers,
that one wasn't quite so much as a surprise because, you know,
I felt like New England was the better football team,
but Atlanta versus Green Bay, definitely.
If you want to catch extended highlights of the two games that did
take place last week with full commentary and analysis, you can
find them on our Tuesday show, that is NFL This Week
and that is on the iPlayer.
We're going to take a look at the Green Bay Packers
and the Atlanta Falcons.
A fight which was for the NFC championship and the right to play
in next week's Super Bowl.
The Packers have been writing their own script
for the last eight games, with quarterback Aaron Rodgers
playing the all-action hero.
But they faced a Falcons team that have an array of weapons
at their disposal and they cared not for the Packers' Hollywood tale.
And do you think, as we see both teams coming out here,
this was the last game ever to be played at the Georgia Dome...
They're going to move to the stadium just next door.
Do you think that had an effect?
You have played in this venue.
From watching the game, that stadium was always like that.
Even when the Falcons aren't winning they are like that,
they are just so exuberant, so much excitement
and so much passion.
And for the Falcons to be fielding such a good football team,
I don't think that being the last game would have anything to do
with that, that is just the way the city is.
When we were here last week and we spoke about Green Bay,
we focused on the sheer brilliance of Aaron Rodgers.
Listen, losing a game doesn't deny that but we also talked
about the consistency of Mason Crosby, the kicker who then
missed his first field goal in 23 postseason attempts
or 24 post-season attempts.
Do you think they were intimidated?
I don't think they were intimidated but it seems like they just
ran out of that match that they had going on.
And you have to give Atlanta some credit.
They did what they were supposed to do.
You attack Aaron Rodgers, you do not let him sit back
there and do anything to you.
You dictate what you are going to do to him.
And they did a good job with that.
Matt Ryan did more than just step back into the pocket and throw
the ball, as you saw there with that touchdown.
Yes, he can do it all.
Speaking of Matt Ryan.
He is a fantastic quarterback.
Spreading the ball all around, running the football,
whatever it takes for this guy to be able to win, he is showing
the ability to do that so far.
Although it does help, the weapons that are at his disposal?
He has numerous go-to guys?
The beauty of that is whenever he sees what the defense
is giving him, he can just throw that person, he doesn't have
to think, is it my star guy?
He knows that guy can do a job and win that.
So what you're saying, then, is...
Julio Jones, who we will talk about in a moment,
is, as we see there, he is their star wide receiver?
He is Matt Ryan's number one go-to guy.
But if, for example, he sees two men covering him,
then he knows that somewhere else he will have someone free
and they aren't that bad an option?
That is kind of what you are saying?
That is exactly what I'm saying.
There is always a one-on-one matchup that the offense wants to go to.
And he is confident in that guy, whoever that matchup is on his team.
The scary thing to me about this Atlanta Falcons offense
is they are operating the way Tom Brady under
Bill Belichick would.
Finding open receivers.
But they have the X-factor in Julio Jones.
They have a guy who can do it all.
And Matt Ryan is still finding all the other receivers the same way
Tom Brady would in New England.
That is an outstanding offense, that will be very difficult to stop.
We will focus more on Ryan and Julio Jones in just a moment.
Just from a Green Bay perspective, is there any party that feels
slightly sorry for them, given the football they have
produced in the last few weeks, as they, as Aaron Rodgers said,
tried to run the table?
I really do because the way they were playing and clicking
on all cylinders on offense, if they just had a couple of guys
not get hurt on defense, we could be talking about them
in the Super Bowl.
Rodgers was actually emotional afterwards,
as Dan Quinn gets the traditional bucket of Gatorade over
the back of his neck.
Aaron Rodgers was quite emotional afterwards
when he talked about Jordy Nelson, who came back from injury
with broken ribs to play.
I think he was more emotional about the way
the Atlanta Falcons smacked him!
He transferred that into Jordy Nelson.
It's not because of Jordy Nelson, man, come on!
Everybody gets hurt in the NFL, it happens!
You are not buying it?
He was crying because it got smacked around!
What do you want me to say?
So, we have touched on Ryan, we have touched on Jones,
let's deal with them in more depth.
Matt Ryan is favourite for MVP, isn't he?
Yeah, I would think so.
Because he is the best guy on that team and the way that
offense is operating, it is all because of him,
it is because he has got the ability to spread that ball around.
Can you explain what makes him so good and maybe why he's different
to the other quarterback in this game, Aaron Rodgers, who we've
focused on a lot in this show?
Number one, his nickname will tell you everything you need
to know about this man.
Matty Ice, and they say that because he is cool,
calm and collected under pressure.
Do you think that is a good nickname, by the way?
I think it's a great nickname!
Then you have to tap the vein when you do it because, you know,
there is ice water running through his veins.
Yeah, he's everything you would want in a quarterback.
Cerebral, smart, athletic.
He can do it all.
As far as him being the MVP, no question about that.
He is the best player on the best offensive football.
People watching the Super Bowl with us next weekend,
which we hope they will, on Sunday night on BBC One,
what should they look out for with Julio Jones?
Well, you are going to see the best athlete
in the entire NFL on display.
That is saying a lot!
Is he not?
Do you disagree?
He is one of the best.
Who would you say is a better athlete than Julio Jones?
Somebody definitely who plays quarterback!
Jason always loyal to his position!
Got to stick with what I know!
Would you see a guy who is big, tall, fast, physical,
there is nothing this guy cannot do on the football field,
and try to be physical with him,?
He will out physical you.
If you try to play bump-and-run on him, he will run past you.
If you throw the ball up, he will jump up there
and get it over you.
There is really no stopping this guy and I really don't know how
the New England Patriots are going to deal with him.
How much do you praise Atlanta's defense here because it is all
about their offense at the moment.
I was getting tweets from Atlanta fans on Sunday
night and on Monday, saying, make sure this week that
you praise Atlanta's defense as well for what they did to Green Bay.
It is important.
You cannot underestimate what the Atlanta Falcons defense
was able to do against Green Bay.
As we alluded to earlier, this was the hottest
offense in football.
The Green Bay Packers.
And the hottest quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, and they corralled
him, they disrupted the timing of the receivers, they stopped
the running game, they did everything they needed to do,
which was something that nobody else in football up until that point
had been able to do.
They are just like Seattle's defense, right?
It is the same kind of thing.
They looked at that film and thought, we don't do
these kind of things.
Fixed it up tight and you see how they played.
OK, with the hype of the Super Bowl, the achievement of actually
winning your conference can often be forgotten.
Here are the Falcons celebrating that achievement.
Honestly, as you get older you appreciate
these moments so much.
Most years you go home disappointed.
This year, I am one game away.
I don't really know what to say or think.
I just want to hug all my team-mates, you know?
Because we put all the work in, we grinded all year.
As a kid, it's something I always dream of.
And to see it come to fruition, I cannot express in words right now.
When we started playing against the best teams around,
that everybody was saying was the best, we just knew,
once we got together and once we started moulding together,
nobody can stop us.
I'm a little speechless right now!
But, you know, the brotherhood is the main thing.
When you've got brotherhood guys that just go out
and fight for each other, the sky's the limit.
And one of the reasons the Atlanta Falcons might have been
celebrating so much is that most of the team have never
been to a Super Bowl.
And now, there they are, preparing to meet the most
experienced Super Bowl team ever to be assembled, the
New England Patriots.
This will be a mental battle as much as a physical one.
Osi and Jason met up with Super-middleweight boxer
Chris Eubank Junior to chat about how you keep your head when
others are trying to knock it off.
I've always wanted to do this!
I don't know what the hell I'm doing!
You ever been in front of a pro boxer before?
I'm doing it right now!
I'm the speed guy, I'm about speed.
I was really fast.
In NFL you guys got to be quick.
I don't know what it's called, I think it's called a duke
or something like that?
It's like, you act like you're going to...
And then you switch.
That's great in boxing, too.
You're always around, always moving.
What's he going to do?
What's he going to do?
It's a very mental game.
It is chess.
It is tactics and strategy.
In football it is a lot of the same thing.
I think from the outside looking in, you would think it is just people
running into each other.
But there is so much strategy and so much that goes
into the preparation of the game.
Before a fight the guys have to be the same weight.
After the weigh-in, you weigh in and you square up with your man.
You look at each other.
I don't like this!
I'm not going to box, ever!
You look inside the guy's soul, you can see...
OK, is he scared?
Is he ready?
You've got a little bit of fire in you.
Come together, let's see it.
Hold on, now!
I told you!
I told you, J Bell...
I told you, I warned you.
What you got?
What you got, J Bell?
You could get hit!
That is definitely against the rules!
You seen me connect with that overhand left?
You didn't see that?
I didn't see anything.
We can do it again.
You have that look in your eye.
What is that look?
You're kind of scary.
It's a little...
Is that just the way you are all the time?
Or is it once you step into this arena, you've got that...?
Is it because we are in here?
You have a little glare.
I can't really explain it.
I have got two big footballers in front of me, I can't be...
I've got to hold my own here.
Swell up a little bit.
You got a big fight coming up soon.
I'm fighting for the IBO Super Middleweight world title.
It's a sport.
You want to score the most points, you want to win.
You want to elevate your career, you want to become the best.
It is a huge deal for me.
We've got the Super Bowl coming up, two big teams
getting ready to go at it.
You've got a big fight coming up.
Talk to me about how you keep your emotions in check
before something like that.
It doesn't matter how hard you hit me, it doesn't matter
what you do or say...
If you start thinking about, he's strong, he's quick,
maybe he's going to do that...
That's when you can get hurt, when you start thinking
about what might happen to you.
We were playing New England, this was in the Super Bowl, actually.
And Tom Brady, who is the greatest quarterback in the NFL...
I know Tom.
We were just wearing him out.
And we looked over across at their side and they had the big
Jumbotrons and they showed Tom Brady laying into his offensive line.
He was like, y'all can't do it, y'all got to protect...
As soon as we saw that, we were like, this game is over!
This guy is done.
Because the minute you get somebody to start doing that
to their offensive line, it degrades them, it degrades
the whole team and they're not going to play as hard any more.
If you start worrying too much about your opponent,
you start to lose focus on what you do well.
I see it all the time.
When I'm fighting and sparring.
You know, you look at a guy a certain way, and you can just tell
what he's thinking and what he's going to do and how he's
going to act towards you, just from looking into his eyes.
Don't let the guy, don't let your opponent see that,
don't let him feel that, because that can give him an edge.
I'll sit and fight anybody, ever.
One of me and the guys, and send it to me, yeah.
There were some interesting moves there.
In case you didn't know, I'm also the greatest boxer.
The greatest boxer you've ever seen.
Do you know what, you wouldn't have known it from watching that.
If you had been there, you would have saw that
I caught him a couple of times.
I'm sure you did.
Obviously, the whole point of that, apart from to laugh at you two
trying to fight each other, was to talk about
the mental strength.
Will the Patriots be going into this Super Bowl mentally
stronger than the Falcons because of the experience,
Brady and Belichick in particular?
A lot of the Patriots squad are actually inexperienced but not
Brady and Belichick.
Yeah, those are the two most important people on this squad
and they know exactly what they're getting into.
And they know exactly how to handle themselves.
They have a vast amount of experience to be able to pull from.
I mean, this will be a really tough situation
for the Atlanta Falcons in that regard.
We're forgetting about Dan Quinn.
I mean, he's been there.
He knows what it takes to be there and how to prepare to get there,
so he's going to have to get his team on the same level
of thinking that he's always been.
But then each player is responsible for their own mentality.
That's true, but he can tell them, this is where you need to be.
It's all about your leadership.
if he gives you the information, that this is what's going to happen,
get your mind right, that's helpful.
What do you think was different for you when you went
into your second Super Bowl compared to your first?
We were a lot calmer. I can tell you that.
And we had a lot more belief that, because we had beaten them before,
we had no fear, we had no nothing, and we felt like we were the better
team, believe it or not.
And so we went in there thinking to ourselves, OK,
we've experienced this.
A couple of players who were the real big players
in 2007 were still there 2011.
Calmed everybody down.
We went in there, really calm and we just enjoyed ourselves.
And you are more ready for the bedlam that comes with it.
You know, the astonishing media and fan interest
that is around the Super Bowl.
I mean, it is wall-to-wall on television and radio
when you get over there.
Yeah, it's ridiculous, man.
But what the teams will do, is they kind of isolate you from that.
You know, they try to keep things as normal as possible, so,
outside of the media day, which we're going to be
on on Monday, and then one on Tuesday, everything goes
back to normal.
So you're on the same practice schedule, you have certain things
you have to do outside of that, but they try to give everything
is close to normal as possible and they did a good job of that
when we were playing.
And you can't actually escape media day, can you?
It's not like here, with our football or cricket
or rugby where just the odd player will be put up to do the interviews.
The whole team are put in a room and the media are let loose on them.
Yeah, everybody's there, you've got access to them, but,
you know, I think the guys like it.
It's their day. They've made it.
It's their time to kind of celebrate before the game.
And, "Look at me", you know.
But after that, it's all work.
Who'd have thought that American footballers liked to be looked
at and talk about themselves?
I hated it.
Yeah... Believe it or not, I did.
I actually got fined for not going to one of the media days.
I went on Monday, and on Tuesday we were supposed to show up.
I didn't show up, I was like, "I'm not doing this".
"I'm locked in, Mark, I want to win".
This happened. This really happened.
Because, back then, I wasn't the type of person I am now.
I was much more serious, Mark.
Much more serious.
What on earth changed?
Let's take a look at how those New England Patriot
booked their place in the Super Bowl against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
In the AFC Conference Final.
Let me talk about the Patriots here.
We talked about Atlanta may be being carried along by the fans
in the Georgia Dome.
I wonder whether New England had a point to prove
because they received a bit of criticism after the win over
the Texans in the previous round.
Yes, they did.
People were saying, they didn't play that well,
they didn't do the things they were accustomed to doing.
And so they came out and said, "You don't believe in us?
We're going to show you".
And they smashed the Pittsburgh Steelers in the mouth.
Outstanding game by the New England Patriots.
Yeah, and what that game against Houston did,
it let them fix flaws they had defensively.
They were able to get attacked by a good defense on things
that they didn't do well and they corrected it,
and that's what the Patriots do.
They always get better at their weaknesses.
As we did with Atlanta Green Bay, as we watch the highlights
of the game, let's just touch on it from the defeated
team's point of view.
Before we go back to the Patriots.
By the time we'd reached this point in the second quarter,
Le'Veon Bell was out for the Steelers.
Now, again, on previous shows we've talked about what an important
player he is for them.
So can the Steelers use that as an excuse for not
pushing the Patriots more?
No excuses, there's no such thing.
I mean, people get hurt in football.
You can say, oh, we didn't have Le'Veon Bell,
but no one cares about that.
You've got to get the next guy in to plug in and play.
And that's the reality of the situation.
Their fans will care about that.
I mean, he is one of three players that they wouldn't want to lose.
Antonio Brown and Roethlisberger being the other two.
Listen, when we were talking about it, it was all about those three.
And we knew what the Patriots did, they doubled Antonio Brown
and they said, "You're going to have to beat us in the run game".
Well, the best runner in that game went down and got hurt.
And you saw it significantly change after that.
Who's the best tight end in football?
Where's he at?
Yeah, yeah, you know, that's one guy.
Did you hear the New England Patriots make one excuse?
But they had a chance to adjust.
They had issues...
Even after he got hurt?
When he first got hurt, they had issues.
Did you hear them make one excuse? What did Bill Belichick say?
What did he say?
The Steelers didn't have any excuses either.
That's what I'm trying to tell you.
To be honest, what does he ever say?
He doesn't say anything.
He's like, we're onto the next game.
But we're saying, in this game, Bell getting hurt
was significant for them.
They needed that.
That's what was going to keep that offense involved.
I could never argue the point that Bell getting hurt
Of course it was.
What I'm try to tell you is, there's no excuse.
There's no excuses in football.
But, and I never try and take sides in your arguments,
the Patriots have been without Gronkowski for a while.
So they've been able to deal with that situation
in practice in the week.
Le'Veon Bell went during this game.
Shouldn't they have been prepared for the eventuality that
somebody might get hurt?
DeAngelo Williams went.
OK, if he gets hurt, we'll prepare our defense in how
we attack without him.
That doesn't make any sense.
Bell missed the first four games of the season.
DeAngelo Williams, what did he do?
Was born the best running back in football when Bell got hurt.
Guess what happened?
Le'Veon Bell got hurt, they put in DeAngelo Williams,
and they stuffed him.
Bell's a different runner.
And you've got to block differently for Bell.
Because the offensive line knows how much patience he has back there.
The holes kind of operate differently.
You know that with two different runners.
We're going to agree to disagree on this one.
And Patriots fans who, quite rightly maybe over
the course of the season, have said that we haven't
really spoken about them, considering how good they've been,
and that's probably true.
But that's also true because they aren't a soap opera.
They just get on and do the job.
So, the most obvious face to watch in the Super Bowl next week
is obviously Tom Brady.
This is true. He's magic.
I mean, the guy gets the ball out.
He's always prepared. He has so much experience.
This is like a practice for him, he's been in so many Super Bowls.
And you just can't make that up, you know.
He's been in, I heard a stat today which is a great stat,
14% of all Super Bowls.
That's not a team.
That's an individual player.
That is, quite frankly, ridiculous.
I don't know how...
What kind of sorcery...
I mean, 14% of all Super Bowls this guy has played in,
and they've won a majority of them, man.
The only two that they lost were...
Well, yeah, yeah.
But this is an outstanding team, outstanding quarterback,
outstanding coach, the best coach in the history of the
NFL, in my opinion.
And they keep on getting it done.
Right, a couple of other players, because they aren't
a one-man offense.
How will Atlanta try to stop LeGarrette Blount?
I mean, they're going to have to be tough in their inside linebackers
because, guess what, if you let that happen,
if you let him get a full head of steam, he can run people over.
And it's amazing that they've got a guy with that amount
of talent on their team.
Yeah, outstanding running back.
Tough, tough physical guy, runs between.
And this is what the Patriots like to do.
They like to pound you with a run and then go over
the top with the pass.
They keep you off balance.
You don't know what they're going to do with their personnel.
You don't know what they're going to do at any point in time.
And that's what makes them such a dynamic team.
When we spoke about Atlanta and we spoke about their wide
receiver Julio Jones and we spoke about his athleticism
and his physical prowess, if we look at Chris Hogan
for the Patriots, one of the reasons I'm led to understand why
he was so attracted to the Patriots is because of his
So is he a more cerebral wide receiver?
I mean, he's athletic, too, but you know to play in that offense
that you have to be a very cerebral player because anything can happen.
When you move and change positions.
And they saw something special in him when they
scouted him in Buffalo.
They knew this guy had what they needed.
This is the thing that gets me with New England.
They get guys who weren't that good on other teams,
that come to their team and excel.
I mean, Chris Hogan was a guy who was bouncing around the league.
All of a sudden, he's in the Championship game, scored,
getting two touchdowns, 180 yards.
I don't know how they do that, man.
Right, the Patriots may be all business on the field,
but even they can appreciate a Championship win.
It's all about the players.
We've got great players they work hard, they're unselfish.
And they're tough.
This is my motivation right here, all these fellas right
here in front of me.
That's why we're here, because these guys...
And all these fans got to see it today.
The boys showed up and play today, so we've got to do that
thing again in two weeks.
It's mental toughness, man, that's what it's all about.
And this team's got it.
And we'll see if we can write the perfect ending
in a couple weeks.
It's going to take a big effort.
We need a couple of weeks to prepare because we're playing a great team.
It's going to be a hell of a game.
You played some football in Houston.
You were at the Houston Texans.
So when we are in Houston next week, what should we expect from Houston?
The ground first of all, the venue.
It's an amazing stadium. It's a state-of-the-art stadium.
The people in Houston love football.
It's a football city.
And there's going to be some great food.
That's what I'm excited about.
And great people.
Right, you'll eat well, then, we've got that from it.
What's the difference between an indoor Super Bowl
and an outdoor Super Bowl?
From a playing perspective.
Well, with an indoor Super Bowl, the elements are disregarded
because everything is controlled and you play so much faster inside.
Because of the turf, it allows you to get off faster,
allows you to run faster.
Usually a quicker playing surface.
And that's pretty much it.
And then the noise, because it's enclosed and so the crowd noise,
you feel they are right on top of you screaming, yelling.
It's really impressive, man.
And I loved playing in that kind of environment.
Do indoor Super Bowls favour teams who play in stadia and outdoor
Super Bowls favour teams who normally play in outdoor arenas?
Or is that nonsense?
I would think so, but remember, this is a retractable stadium.
So we don't know if it's going to be closed or open.
You know what I just found out the other day,
stadia is like plural for stadium.
Like, I say stadiums.
I thought it was stadiums.
They say stadia.
Oh, another word...
You need to e-mail me a nice list.
This is like an education process for you two.
Yeah, yeah, it is.
Right, so Houston is one of your favourite stadia?
It is one of my favourite stadia.
Who surprised you this season from a team perspective?
Oh, the Atlanta Falcons.
No question about that.
I don't think anybody saw them being at this point right now.
We all knew they were talented team and we knew they had a great
offense, but they kind of did not up to their expectations last year,
after starting off 5 and 0.
But this year they started from the beginning and went
all the way through, played outstanding football.
I agree with that, but I'm going to take the Dallas Cowboys.
I mean, watching those young guys play, who knew?
And they're going to be dangerous next year.
Right, that leads me onto the next thing,
give me a team to look out for next season.
Which is a slightly unfair question because we haven't had the draft
yet, and who knows what might happen in the offseason.
I'm going to stick with Dallas.
Because I think they can go out, and we've talked about this before.
Go out and get a good pass rusher and get somebody on defense that can
really get after a quarterback, because offensively they're set.
Watch out for the Cleveland Browns. I said it here first.
When you say, watch out for the Cleveland Browns...
Did you see how he just slipped that in, "You did"?
You're so funny.
Why am I watching out for them? What are you expecting them to do?
I'm expecting them to be better.
Oh, goodness me.
Hear me out, man.
This year, even though they only won one game,
they were competitive in a bunch of those games.
And I think what's going to happen, with the experience of everything
that happened this year, a lot of those games
that they lost this year, they're going to win next year.
And Hue Jackson is a fantastic coach, man.
I like Hue.
You heard it here first.
Next year Cleveland will be better.
Well, that's it from us in the studio.
Do you know what the plural studio is?
So next Saturday we won't be in the studio.
We'll bring you the Super Bowl preview show from Houston, Texas.
From Osi, Jason and myself...
That could well be one of the highlights of the year...
We'll see you next week.
And to everybody here in this studio, we'll see you next year.
Thanks for putting up with us.
See you next week.
Are we going to have fun tonight?
We're going to have to send you to acting school.
Some guy's got it.
I'm going to build a wall between me and J Bell.
It's going to be the best wall you've ever seen.
And you're gonna make me pay for it?
I'm going to make you pay for the wall!
That's right. Welcome to the United States of Osi.
For some reason, Mark, I just find myself being always right.
Some of the greatest the world has ever seen.
This guy's humble.
Closed down that space quicker than I close down my
computer when my wife walks in the room unannounced!
It was NFL.com, I promise!
What's going on here?
We lost, we lost.
Show me what you got.
My back hurts.
He came out of there like he was in the force.
That was a great save.
Squeeze it in tight.
Give me that!
Hit him there.
Can I come with you now?
This is so wrong.
Very nice fit.
Are you serious?
I'll stop talking bad about you when you're not around.
It's OK, man, it's OK.
You guys... We ended that on a high.
# You thrive or survive
# A step closer but miles away
# Heads up and dig deep
# No fire, no fame
Mark Chapman returns with Super Bowl winners Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell for an NFL season highlights review in the lead-up to Super Bowl 51 in Houston, Texas. The boys also take a trip to see 2016 British middleweight champion, Chris Eubank Jnr.