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Episode 14

Mark Chapman, Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell with highlights of Thursday night's game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins and a look ahead to upcoming games.


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COMMENTATOR: And it will be time for

these two teams to settle at...

The

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throw...

Looking downfield, going

deep.

A one-man wrecking crew!

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Unbelievable! How did you do that.

Unstoppable. Welcome to the Nfl

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Show. We Are Once Again Joined By

Jason Bell, And We Also Have A

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Special Guest. Mark... Shipman? Oh,

my God! Mark Chapman!

This is

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absolutely unbearable!

Congratulations?

I take it you must

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have won a competition to get on my

show. By the way, I do autographs

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after and not during the show, taken

out of that. Only five weekends left

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of this regular and competition is

getting fierce. We will be talking

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about how no team and nobody can

afford to take a week off. We will

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be bringing you highlights

Thursday's game between divisional

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rivals the Washington Redskins and

the Dallas Cowboys, and we will be

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taking a close look at Antonio Brown

to see if he can be stopped at all.

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We are also looking ahead to a

crucial weekend fixtures, but first

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we look back at what happened in

week 12. It is always next man up,

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Mark, next man up.

Can't we all just

get along?

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LAUGHTER

COMMENTATOR:

Back in the Coliseum,

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the Gladiators coming out...

A lot of dancing going on in

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Philadelphia right now.

Can you

measure this? Just go out and

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measure it!

STUDIO: As Osi so eloquently said, I

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am all right, back on the side! We

are close to finding out who the 12

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teams will be to make the playoffs.

Four of those six teams are

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divisional winners and the other two

will be the wild card to get in with

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the best when loss record of the

rest. An awful lot to play for. Very

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few games left, which makes this

incident between these two utterly

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ridiculous. This is what happened in

the game last season, with

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Crabtree's chain being ripped off

his neck and when they met at the

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weekend he did exactly the same

thing, but it escalated.

Aqib Talib

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is two for two in chain snatching!

This is ridiculous. Crabtree

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obviously came in the game and said,

if something happens to me again, I

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will have to fight and protect my

honour, because what happened last

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time, you know, off the field he

heard a lot of people telling him

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what kind of who was because he

didn't respond correctly, but this

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is crazy. Going after each other

after the initial fight. It puts

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both of them in a lot of jeopardy

and isn't good for each of their

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teams.

The first thing to say, if

you had your chain gang off last

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season, maybe don't Wear it this

time! But that is a matter of pride

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-- if you had your chain ripped off.

You never want to see that on the

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football field. Firstly, he snatches

it. Do you know how disrespect for

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that is? To have that, then to get

the fisticuffs, throwing balls, the

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stupidity between these two people

is mind-boggling.

It is passion,

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showing that they care, and one

thing about being on a football

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field, nobody will disrespect you

between those lines.

We will

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decimate bring highlights between

the Steelers and the Packers, the

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Steel is quietly making their way to

the playoffs with their trio of

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quarterbacks at the fourth. The

Packers, unfortunately you could say

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they are a little bit of a one-man

team, because that one man,

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quarterback Aaron Rodgers comedies

denote with a broken collarbone for

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some weeks and they have kind of

fallen off the cliff a little form

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wise but there were signs of hope

because they pushed the Steelers, as

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Rodgers is starting to make a

comeback, throwing a few now, and

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they pushed them a lot further than

people thought.

Yes, he kind of

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figured it out and started to make

some plays and that is what they

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needed, that spark offensively from

the quarterback position.

1-yard

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touchdown pass to get things up and

running. Boswell missed the extra

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point. The Steelers were 6-0 up at

this stage, but these are the kind

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of games that the Steelers don't

normally have problems with. It is

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the lower ranked teams, the

struggling sides, that the Steelers

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sometimes find it difficult to get

up.

It is really mind-boggling to

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see a team with such pedigree play

like that consistently against

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lesser competition.

Yes, they missed

a lot of them and that is how those

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big plays happen. They need sure

that up and get paid to do anything

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in the playoffs.

For this Packers

performance, this 39 yard touchdown,

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the Packers went 7-6 up. Do you give

him some credit for this

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performance, and the pressure on the

kids to replace Rogers, and even

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people saying they are a one-man

team, so it must be hard for him,

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bouncing back from a couple of

performances?

You have to get out

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there, you have to see a game, a

live game, and he has been able to

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do that.

But you never want to be

the guy replacing the man. You want

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to come after somebody else, you

want to be the guy replacing the

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guys he is put in a tough situation

but it finally looks like he is

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coming around

that one from Brett

Hundley, 55 yard touchdown. That one

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found Antonio Brown. 21-21 was how

they set it up going into the fourth

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quarter. Now you will see Big Ben

finding Brown again.

Lakey always

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does!

That was a 32 yard touchdown,

his fifth in two games, for Antonio

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Brown, and it put the Steelers 28-21

up. -- like he always does.

I just

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don't understand how the continues

to get open and make big play. At

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some point you need to put an end to

this. Come on! It remains me of

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playing against the Atlanta Falcons

in the red was on thinking,

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hole-mac, they will throw the ball

to Gonzales. The dead and scored a

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touchdown, I went berserk! --

thinking, oh, they will throw the

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ball.

A miraculous sideline catch.

17 seconds left when he caught that.

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It meant Big Ben kept the drive

moving and gave Chris Boswell that

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53 yard game-winning field goal, the

longest ever at Haines field, and

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the Steelers went 31-28.

We

persevered in the face of adversity,

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made necessary plays, big plays. By

then, the turnovers by us, we didn't

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blink, made the necessary plays to

win.

As you how they have both been

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defending Antonio Brown. They will

explain there's a bit better...

What

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do we have location? You look young

right here, Jason!

That is

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everything I need to cover Antonio

Brown, the goatee, the moustache.

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Jason Bell a young quarter, and that

is what I do...

First of all, what

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is this?

And a subtle celebration.

Show us what is going on here.

All

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right, right here, let's pause.

Antonio Brown, and in cover 2. He

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will get physical with the wide

receiver and the safety over top.

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Let's see what happens. Right here

as you see this play, Antonio Brown

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beats his guy outside, squeezes down

the sideline, makes a throw,

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touchdown, right? It looks simple

but it isn't. I will use you as an

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example. See the sideline is there.

I am in cover too, so I need to get

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physical and try to keep you inside.

Try to get outside. Did you see

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that?

It kind of part a little, Jay

bro.

There is pressure to get to

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that sideline quicker, and you can

see what happens.

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Antonio Brown beat the corner and

put pressure on the safety.

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Well done. I have played defense a

little bit. What about here?

We will

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get this going, real quick. At the

goal line, man-to-man coverage.

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Let's play the Rhine, right here.

Antonio Brown hit him -- played

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around. With the fade, and once

again he catches, oh, man, what did

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the quarter do? What he did wrong,

you have Antonio Brown, line of

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scrimmage, that is the end zone, I

can't let you beat me there, but I

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am still protecting the inside.

Saw

the inside, he can't...

Two steps

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in, gave himself a little more room

creating space. That is what Antonio

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Brown does, he creates space for Big

Ben. Using his footwork.

This one

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right here, one of my favourite

players. It shows the intelligence

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of Antonio Brown. They are going to

use this guy to pick the quarter on

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the outside. As you see Antonio

Brown come to the outside you see

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him picking, and you see the safety

takeaway that inside, so what does

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he do? Side adjustment, the now was

around the safety. Ben spots that,

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thoughts on the football, easy

touchdown.

That is then two on the

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same page as well. He is creating

space for his quarterback because of

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his awareness on the field.

No

question. What about here?

Pause it,

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man-to-man coverage. Here you have a

bunch formation to everybody is

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tight. You are known to protect

outside.

So this guy basically is

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responsible for the outside?

Yes, he

knows that is where he is weak but

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what Antonio Brown does as we

played, it is called lining a guy

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up. I will explain this in a minute.

It just looks normal, he gets

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outside, you think, how are you

supposed to take that away? What you

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do, if you are a defender, stand

about there. You're protecting the

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outside. What I am trying to do is

lay new up straight.

OK.

Now I have

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a two way go, you have a little

pressure, and you're not supposed to

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allow yourself to get a guy to get

head upon you. It is just subtle

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adjustments. You can't even really

see it.

The Pittsburgh Steelers,

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Antonio Brown, getting the job done!

I'm sorry, Jason.

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LAUGHTER

In your own time, when you both

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finished! You are annoyingly good at

that!

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I don't want you to be but you are!

Anyhow! Thank you for that. This is

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a round-up of what else happened in

week 12.

It didn't matter who was

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passing the football. It came to

Julio Jones.

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COMMENTATOR:

He is there, touchdown,

Atlanta!

The Falcons, seven and four

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in the NFC South. The early season's

streakers the Chiefs, a fading

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memory. Both teams six and five, a

little anxious.

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Spice in the AFC West. Michael

Crabtree and Aqib Talib, and the

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Raiders still in contention. And Tom

Brady, this one is a well worn

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groove. The defending Super Bowl

champions, nine and two. The

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Carolina Panthers and the New York

Jets. Cam Newton... And even more

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flashy, Bobby Anderson.

That is a

Jets touched on!

But the Panthers

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stay in the mix, and what a mix it

is in the NFC South. The Jaguars and

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the Cardinals, birds of the Desert

avoiding the masters of the site. A

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thriller...

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The Chicago Bears at the

Philadelphia Eagles, The Eagles ten

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times as many points as the Bears.

Attention to detail!

The New Orleans

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Saints at the LA Rams, top against

top. NFC West against NFC South, the

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end of the Saints' eight-game

streak, the head-butt of the Rams.

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Here are all the results from week

12.

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If you want a more in-depth look at

what happened in which 12 including

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a look at how the Rams have turned

into such a dynamic team, that is in

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our Tuesday show and that is on the

iPlayer now. Now, this is crunch

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time for most teams. Their seasons

will be over in five weeks. To keep

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going, they have to reach the

playoffs by winning their division

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or getting a wild card spot with a

strong win loss record. We start

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with the AFC, whether Patriots and

the Steelers are the two dominant

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teams. The South is tight between

the Titans and the Jaguars and the

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Kansas City Chiefs have basically

imploded in the West. There is no

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other way to put it. They have

opened the door for the Chargers on

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the Raiders. It is not a strong

conference, compared to the NFC.

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What will get you a playoff spot?

What record, nine and seven?

I think

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nine and seven. We have seen teams

creep out of nowhere.

It is what you

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call a top-heavy conference, where

the top teams are so much better

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than everybody else and the other

teams are just struggling along.

AFC

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West, which for the first few weeks

of this season and preseason,

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everybody was saying, strongest

division football. And at the

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moment, it looks like one of the

worst divisions in football.

Listen,

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they embody what the NFL stands for,

not for long! You start one way and

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all of a sudden, you're at the

bottom. Who would have thought that

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Kansas City, Oakland, Denver, most

teams that were picked for the Super

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Bowl and now they are struggling to

get into the playoffs. Ridiculous.

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After what has happened this week

with the way the Chargers won in

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Dallas against the Cowboys and away

Kansas City yet again managed to

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find a way to lose against

Barcelona, everybody is talking

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about the Chargers being the likely

team to win the AFC West.

It's

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amazing.

That is why you have got to

keep plugging. It's a long season,

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and they are doing it defensively.

They have great players up front.

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Arguably one of the best secondaries

in the league. With rivers, you have

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a top ten quarterback. Things are

coming together for them.

This is

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why the coach didn't panic. He saw

that they have a good quarterback,

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good running game. They have the

components of a good football team.

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The conference that does have the

strength and that is the NFC, so

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many strong teams there.

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You might have to go to 11 and five

to get a wild card in the NFC.

This

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is the strongest conference right

now by a long shot, and you have to

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win at least ten or 11 games to even

get a sniff the playoffs.

You have

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got to win and you have got to win

now and everybody is so competitive.

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We will look at the NFC South in

more detail in a moment, but on

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Thursday night, the opening game of

which 13 was in the NFC East between

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rivals Washington Redskins and the

Dallas Cowboys. They met to find out

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who could start making offseason

holiday plans. These two NFL

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institutions were realistically,

maybe optimistically, hunting for a

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wild card spot. A win was all that

mattered.

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COMMENTATOR: Touchdown!

You see him

do this all the time. All he is

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doing is creating some space, Jason

Witten.

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News item to watch on the Dallas

sidelined. After that field goal,

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there were looking at his right

hand. It has been a tough first 25

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minutes of the game for Washington.

Crazier than Washington politics

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right now!

Trent Williams with the

flag.

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Ryan Switzer turned the top field.

He will go all the way for a Cowboy

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touchdown!

83 yards, terrific when

your quarterback is getting x-rays.

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He has become a weapon. Watch the

little holes that he is having to

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weave his way through.

He just

returned from the x-ray room, where

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he was getting that injured right

hand x-rayed. It is a good sign that

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he is back.

Washington needed this.

Where did that come from? Touchdown

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by Ryan Grant.

They let Ryan Grant

get outside.

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Touchdown, Cowboys!

That is the

tie-breaker, Dez Bryant. You have to

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have guys that can win one-on-one

battles when it is available to your

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quarterback. All he had to say was,

give me the ball. This is a bit of

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what pro football has turned into.

Alfred Morris, capping off a big

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night against his own team.

Touchdown, Dallas. Intercepted.

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Brown will come out with an

interception. Into the end zone for

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a Dallas touchdown. The team Dallas

has beaten the most, Washington,

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they beat for the 70th time in

franchise history.

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The Dallas' win moves them to six

and six.

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It means The Eagles have to wait but

if they beat Seattle this week in,

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they will win the NFC East. Here are

all the remaining week 13 fixtures.

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I want to focus on the games

involving the teams in the NFC

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South. You have the Atlanta Falcons

hosting the very impressive

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Minnesota Vikings. How do you see

that?

Oh, you know, once again, it's

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going to be that defense of the

Minnesota Vikings showing up big.

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But they will have to show big

because the Atlanta offense have got

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their mojo back.

They are clicking

again. They are looking scary. Matt

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Ryan is coming to his own, but

Minnesota have been holding up on

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defense all year and they will win.

Minnesota are in trouble here. The

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introduction of Tevin Coleman and

Julio Jones, they are in sync right

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now. Minnesota are going to lose.

And the other game involving teams

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in the NFC South, the Panthers going

to the Saints. The sense lost to the

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Rams last week.

This is incredible.

Carolina have been inconsistent this

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year. They shouldn't have won the

game that they played.

But if you go

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forward over the next few weeks,

there are a lot of divisional games

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between these sides. Carolina still

have New Orleans to play. They have

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Atlanta to play. They have Tampa

Bay. There are lots of divisional

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matchups coming up at the back end

of the season for the South.

This is

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real football and you had better be

ready to go because you are going to

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need all your horses to get through

this.

The NFL did this

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intentionally. Before, they were not

playing divisional games on the

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back-end and teams were playing

against lesser competition or

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meaningless games. But each one of

these games mean something.

How

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intense is this divisional rivalry?

The NFC South is a division we have

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touched on as much as the AFC West

or the NFC East. You have featured

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in this division. How intense is the

rivalry?

I have no idea how intense

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it was until I played. The hatred is

real! It was like I was in the

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twilight zone, because I had never

heard about the animosity these

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teams have towards each other. It is

real.

Worse than what The Eagles

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fans used to say to you?

Atlanta

against New Orleans is the worst I

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have ever been part of.

And we will

be there next week.

Yes, we will.

So

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if we find New Orleans fans, they

will give you some stick?

Well, when

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I was with Atlanta, I didn't play

that well. "Oh, You play for

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Atlanta?".

Before we go, just time

to show you some highs and lows.

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Navarro Bowman here, giving the

Raiders' first interception of the

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season.

It took them that long and

it was a linebacker.

There was also

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a linebacker lying down.

# Hello? Is it me you're looking

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for?

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Sanu Van Julio Jones in Atlanta.

Eagles celebrated their win with an

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electric slide. You two are such old

men. Buffalo Bills' Jones did his

0:27:330:27:50

best Michael Jackson impression. The

Julio Jones rout put Ryan Smith on

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the floor and that was a touchdown.

And watch AJ Green here.

Is it

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legit?

Yeah. I wouldn't show you a

play that wasn't legit. Right,

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that's almost it from us. We will

next be on your screens on Tuesday

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for NFL this week, where we will

analyse some of those mouthwatering

0:28:210:28:24

games. Then we will be back this

time next week with an NFL show

0:28:240:28:32

special where we will be from

Atlanta to bring you all the behind

0:28:320:28:34

the scenes coverage of the Thursday

night game between your clearance at

0:28:340:28:38

the Atlantic Falcons. Before we go,

a couple of quarterbacks have made

0:28:380:28:41

the news. Tom Brady has been

nominated for its national Sports

0:28:410:28:43

Personality of the Year, along with

some other great names in world

0:28:430:28:48

sport. You can vote for the winner

of that competition on the BBC

0:28:480:28:51

website. And we have to congratulate

Carson wends on the news of his

0:28:510:28:57

royal wedding.

What?

The Eagles

started that, not us. He is the

0:28:570:29:10

first quarterback to have reached

ten wins this season, so that

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deserves congratulations. He is not

marrying Meghan Markle. From Osi,

0:29:140:29:19

Jason and myself, we will see you

next week.

The first team to reach

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the ten win milestone in the regular

season, The Eagles. Lean in defense,

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on a spree and united in

celebration. It's not over yet, but

0:29:390:29:44

here is a team on its way to the

postseason.

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Mark Chapman, Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell with highlights of Thursday night's game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins. They have all the big news and look ahead to week 13's remaining fixtures.