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Episode 23

Mark Chapman is joined by Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell in Minnesota ahead of Super Bowl LII, the biggest event in the NFL calendar, held this year in Minneapolis.


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And it will be time for these teams

to sell that between the white line.

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He will fire towards the end zone.

Montana throws.

Touchdown. Looking

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downfield.

A one-man wrecking crew.

Unbelievable.

How did he do that?

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For the win! Unstoppable.

Hello and

welcome to The NFL Show, we are in

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Minnesota for a Super Bowl LII, the

New England Patriots against the

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Philadelphia Eagles in that stadium

and with B in temperatures currently

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at -20 degrees, Osi Umenyiora and

Jason Bell. Are you all right?

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Looking forward to this. Would you

like to get on with the show? Let's

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do that.

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This is the main event in the

sporting world.

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Throws it. Touchdown! The Patriots

are bound for Super Bowl 50 two.

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Nick Foles able to get away and

throw. The Eagles are heading for

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the Super Bowl.

I would not believe

any of it. The Eagles are the

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underdogs again.

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underdogs again.

Super Bowl XXX

nine. Touchdown Patriots.

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nine. Touchdown Patriots. There will

be no parade.

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be no parade. The Eagles have an

incredible defense.

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incredible defense.

It is the

dynasty versus the dogs.

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As it is far too cold to have a

sensible discussion we have moved

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inside to discuss Super Bowl LII,

during the course of our chat, you

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will see many Americans making a

pig's ear of trying to kick a field

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goal. They cannot do it. It goes

more into the fans queueing than

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between the sticks. You have been

here all week, what has the feeling

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that being like in Minnesota?

Cold.

A bunch of excitement. People are

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excited, the matchup of these teams,

people cannot wait to watch it.

I

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have also found, in the shortest

time that I have been here, there is

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still a lot of regret around the

city. Whilst they are excited to

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have the Super Bowl, they do not

have their own team in it.

You can

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feel it. I have seen a lot of Eagles

fans get booed. It is tough. It

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sucks, they were right there.

No,

they weren't right there!

They got

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hammered!

You are right. Can you

understand how difficult it is?

I

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think there was a lot of excitement

because no one had ever played a

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whole Super Bowl and this was the

team closes to doing it and a lot of

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people are disappointed and angry.

They did have a pretty good season.

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Is is still a Super Bowl in. They

are doing a good job, they are being

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humble -- it is still a Super Bowl

in their city. We went to dinner, I

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feel bad for them.

I wish you had

mentioned that you have got friends

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in the Vikings and we could have got

some insight. Five minutes into the

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show and he is talking about his

friends. That is the last mention of

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his friends, this is what is coming

up tonight. We will talk more about

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the Patriots and the Eagles, we have

an interview with Gareth Southgate

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who is over for the game and we will

talk with Willie McGuinness and we

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will look forward to the half-time

show. First tonight, to the opening

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night of the Super Bowl, the big

media event, these two were in their

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element.

The AFC champions, the New

England Patriots, the Philadelphia

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Eagles.

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Eagles.

Ladies and gentlemen, we are

here at the media night for the

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Super Bowl. This is incredible. This

plays is crazy, packed, Jason's best

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friend Tom Brady is somewhere in

that mayhem over there and we will

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get to him later. We cannot even get

close. They have got him secure like

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the President. He has his gloves on,

all this stuff going on, we will

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bring you the best bits of what is

happening here on media day.

This is

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how it is, every year at Super Bowl,

Osi and friends. Osi and friends.

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How are you? I had to pick your

brain, this guy was pretty awesome

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in the Super Bowl.

This is a team

that is playing with a chip on their

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shoulder. Doug Peterson behind us.

He has experience as a player. What

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do you think he is saying to his

guys about this game?

He is trying

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to tell them to keep calm and carry

on, like they do in England.

Keep

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doing what they are doing. They

looked excited to be here, a little

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different when New England came up.

New England were chilled and

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relaxed.

Say hello to the boys in

England. If you guys win this, it

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will be three.

I am trying to win as

many as God is willing to allow me

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to win. I am 39 years old, the older

you get in this league, the more

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doubts you have.

There is no

underdogs in the Super Bowl, they

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are 13-3. They had an incredible

season.

I do not buy any of that. I

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just show you shake Bill Belichick's

hand who you called the greatest

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coach in all sports.

I never

actually had a conversation with you

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before, I wanted to shake your hand.

Thank you. Good luck. I was happy to

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it I was able to get a smile out of

Batman.

That smile was genuine,

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there is some love there. -- Michael

out of Batman.

I have seen him laugh

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or smile two times, both actors

Super Bowl wins.

Jake Connor you

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have the entire UK on your back

right now, how does that feel?

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You're on the cusp of being another

Super Bowl winner. It is a blessing.

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I have come from the UK to hear, now

beam in the Super Bowl. You do not

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get to the Super Bowl by accident,

it is a lot of hard work, our goal

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of achieving it is right here.

You

have to go and get it. My two keys

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to this game are Fletcher Cox...

It

will take the front four guys to

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win.

And you as well. You will have

to play the game of your life, Jay.

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How do you feel with that pressure?

I have to go out there. Don't be

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tackled by anyone. The player will

come to you. Play ball like we

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always do.

Get the freight train

rolling. I am so excited, bring it

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home.

We'll do.

These are Jay A's

glasses.

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glasses.

Thank you to Jay Ajayi. My

energy is focused where it needs to

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be. Mentally, emotionally,

physically. What I want to do the

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best job I can.

The great man spoke

to you and shirk your hand, Bill

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Belichick.

When I shook his hand, I

felt some of his greatness -- and

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shook your hand. What an incredible

coach that guy is.

Getting here

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is... Winning is the only thing that

matters but getting here firstly is

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the most important thing. We saw in

the AFC Championship how he put the

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trophy to one side, maybe he is more

relaxed now he is here.

I think he

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had to give a little bit on media

day, but that was a moment. I stood

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there, they locked eyes, I thought

they were going to hug. He went and

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shook his hand and I loved it.

If

you follow the Jason Bell routing,

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now

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here's your friend.

1000%. When you

told Jay Ajayi it is all on hemp,

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what do you mean by that? Were you

trying to intimidate him? Because he

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is from England and I want him to

succeed, I might have put a little

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bit too much pressure on him, a

little bit too much pressure on him,

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but he will have to run the ball

hard which he does anyway. They do

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not want Tom Brady to be on the

field and they more of the run the

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ball, the more they keep Tom Brady

off the field.

Plenty more on the

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Eagles later but we will start by

focusing on the Patriots. The

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regular season record was 13 and

three and that meant that going into

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the playoffs they were the number

one seed.

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the playoffs they were the number

one seed.

Welcome to the Gillette

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Stadium for this divisional playoff.

Left corner of the end zone.

Davies,

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one hand, touchdown. Shot to pass.

Touchdown, Patriots!

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Touchdown, Patriots!

What a throw!

Superhuman! Tom Brady, a once in a

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generation player. The Patriots,

trying to reach football's ground is

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going for the third time in four

years -- grandest game.

Lewis,

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touchdown, Jacksonville.

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touchdown, Jacksonville.

Touchdown!

New England trail 20-10 without Rob

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Gronkowski. Dives to the end zone,

touchdown, Patriots. Card in the

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back of the end zone. This is it.

The biggest play of the season.

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Blake portals throws deep downfield.

The pages are bound for Super Bowl

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LII.

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LII. -- the Patriots.

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The pages are bound for Super Bowl

LII. -- the Patriots.

First the

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insight into this Patriot way from

their former player, Willie

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McGuinness.

Here is a man who needs

no introduction, my man, Willie

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McGuinness, my real friends as I

would like to say. This is my real

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friend.

He is verified.

We need to

talk to you about the New England

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Patriot way, can you explain what

this means?

Everyone always put

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emphasis on it, but it just needs

players to buy into it and you guys

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had this with the Giants and you

understand, if you get a group of

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men who believe in one way and put

team success over individual

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success, it is not about you. Your

role may change from week to week

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and your responsibilities may

change, but you will have success,

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you will win football games, 15 to

20 years of sustained excellence.

It

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baffles my mind, I do not understand

how you guys have been so successful

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for so long.

When you talk about the

success, I think it starts at the

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top.

They need to make sure they

have no wants or needs as far as

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preparing for football games and

then you have Bill Belichick who is

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pretty much the cheese, he runs the

entire football operations. There

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are some players, we know those type

of players, they are comprised of a

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group of my -- of men,, but they

have unique abilities and the

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coaches and staff know how to use

those abilities and guys buy into

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it.

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Is Bill Belichick the greatest coach

of all time?

I think they should

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change the name of the Lombardi

Trophy, I absolutely do. To be able

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to win and plug players in and

change the system on a weekly basis

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and play at a certain level. I can

go on for days. I think he's the

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best coach ever.

I appreciate it. We

Babin I want to say this, I want to

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come to London and do a show guy --

and issue on your guys' turf.

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Appreciated.

If Willie comes on the

show is that to replace one of you

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or just an addition?

I will 100% --

step aside temporarily for him.

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There's loads to get into allowing

that interview. The Patriot way,

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he's not the first person I've heard

talk about the theory that when the

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players go there they buy into being

told what to do, because they know

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that's successful.

When you are

around a team or a franchise or

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coach who keeps winning over and

over again, it's not about you

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anymore. You are not the star. They

can win, with or without you. As

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soon as you go there you buy into

what they are preaching.

Is it

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unique?

Definitely, it's a culture

there. He's been there so long and

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has been able to implement that

strategy. You don't know what your

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role is week to week, so you have to

believe he'll put you in the right

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direction.

After your first Super

Bowl when were you more rope into

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being told what to do because you

knew it and worked to win you the

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first Super Bowl?

Not me! That's

different, that's a different

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situation will stop I think with New

England they've just won so many

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Super Bowl is, they've done so many

great things, but if you're going

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into that situation you know the

score. You just fall in line.

Can

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you see a situation whereas Willie

said in the interview it stops being

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the Lombardi Trophy and it

becomes... Blimey, I'm still

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slightly concerned that a member of

the production team shortly will

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land the ball on my head, just

because they can!

You are looking so

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slim, I don't want anything to hit

you, you are looking frail.

Are you

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being sincere, or sarcastic? I just

involuntarily breathed in there.

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Back to the point, the Lombardi

Trophy now, Willie McGinest says it

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could be the Belichick Trophy, can

it?

Surely come. The greatest coach

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of all time, what he's done over

these years is amazing.

What we've

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seen him do is unprecedented. The

free agency, it's ridiculously --

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it's ridiculously keeps winning over

and over again. It should be named

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the Bill Belichick Trophy.

We've had

a Patriots chat without mentioning

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Bill Brady. We'll leave it

overnight. The Eagles were the

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number one seeds in the NFC after a

13-3 record in the regular season

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but they weren't the favourites

because of injury to their

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quarterback, Carson was.

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quarterback, Carson was. -- Carson

Wentz.

Opportunity!

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Wentz.

Opportunity!

Here, fellows.

One going outside, he's in,

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touchdown.

In the end zone. What a

play.

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play.

I can't stop.

Jay Ajayi takes

this bring down the 50-yard line.

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Ryan is throwing it up in the air.

It's a play!

They are one win away

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from the Super Bowl.

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from the Super Bowl.

After a 13 year

wait there's nothing like it.

It

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gives you chills.

Boom! Vikings,

Eagles, NFC title game is in the

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air.

Here comes the rush, it

intercepted and picked off by

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Robinson. Touchdown.

Nick Foles

looks very, very confident. In Nick

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we trust.

Touchdown.

The

Philadelphia Eagles and the

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Minnesota Vikings, out in the NFC

Championship Game.

And its

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touchdown!

A beautiful throw to the

pylon in front of the end zone.

You

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have to credit these folks.

Deep in

the end zone, touchdown.

For the

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first time in 13 years the Eagles

are headed for the Super Bowl.

So

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everybody I talk to around Minnesota

and everything I read is this all

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depends on which Nick Foles turns up

for Philadelphia, whether it's the

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Nick Foles of the start of the

playoff As, or the Nick Foles who

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demolished Minnesota. Is that right?

That's right, he has to play lights

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out for them to win this game

because they will try to stop the

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run of the New England Patriots and

force him to throw the ball. They

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will make him make those tight

window throws.

I don't know what the

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debate is. Nick Foles is a good

quarterback, he's been a good

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quarterback before now. Because he

hadn't played all season he had to

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get the timing with the receivers

and you saw him do that over the

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last couple of games. I think you'll

have a good game.

What is it about

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it for you for Philadelphia, it's

not about which Nick Foles turns up.

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It's Ikeme generate enough pressure

on Tom Brady and make him

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uncomfortable. -- it's can they

generate enough pressure. Tom Brady

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doesn't like pressure in the middle.

The pressure of the middle is what

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he has had failings with especially

one who was playing against us and

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the Philadelphia Eagles had the

interior defensive lineman to get

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after him but ultimately they have

to score points.

They have to score

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points, that's why Nick Foles needs

a good game.

They only scored 17.

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You scored 17.

How much store in

saying the Guarin blog paid for the

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Patriots last year, JJ played for

Miami, how much do you say the

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Patriots defense should know what

the running backs are capable

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because they've played them so much

played with them?

They'll know but

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it depends on the scheme, not

directly about how the running backs

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will run. It's about the scheme

against the New England Patriots and

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it will be a different scheme than

they've been accustomed to seeing.

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Give me a word on Doug Peterson, the

Philadelphia Eagles head coach and

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what he has done with that

franchise.

What a great coach. I

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like that he was a player and then

he coached high school which is why

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I thinking relates to those players

so well. He relates to the young

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guys and obviously he gets

quarterbacks ready to play and

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that's huge.

But he's a good play

caller as well.

Being a quarterback

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it's like you are coach on the field

and he has the skill set where he

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sees it as a coach but he was a

player.

We've spoken about Bill

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Belichick and Peterson, so let's get

more insight on to the

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more insight on to the coaching side

of things. The England football

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manager, as in our football, Gareth

Southgate, is in town for the Super

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Bowl. We caught up with him earlier

this week.

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When you go to the Super Bowl as a

fan, or will you be in work mode

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watching what's going on on the

sideline?

Yeah, you're always in

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work mode because there's always

something that you're picking up on.

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Obviously it's such a tactical game,

with so many set piece moves and

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managing of the game, the players on

the field, people like Bill

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Belichick is a masterclass of

everything, really. We are different

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as a sport because there aren't as

many positions. Last year I went to

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Oregon University and they were

showing as behind-the-scenes, where

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every position on the field had its

own meeting room. There was a wing

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of defensive meeting rooms on the

wing of attacking meeting rooms, and

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you're talking one coach to four or

five players or maybe less. So I

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don't think we'll ever go to that

number because you're not dealing

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with the number of different

specific positions perhaps, but I

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remember some coaches I worked with

years ago saying we're going to go

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more towards American model over the

years and that's happening now with

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salaries of players and the way that

you're having to deal with that

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dynamic. I think it will head that

way with coaching as well.

I think

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sometimes there's a greater

understanding of the head coach in

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the NFL than in the Premier League

football generally here because they

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are miked. Would you like that?

If

everybody doing it. I'm not sure I

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want to be a trial!

If Bill

Belichick was sat here what question

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would you ask him?

It would be, I

think there's so many areas that you

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want to go on so many experiences

you'd want to pick into, so the size

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of the group you are dealing with

and how do you keep everybody staff

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and players on the same page and

focused on one game? It would be a

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masterclass, I'm sure.

You when

you're in the stadium watching the

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game, will a part of you as a

professional wish you were wrong one

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of the sidelines?

A good question. I

think when you're any big event and

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you've been a performer, or you've

been a coach, then you'd love to be

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in the middle of it and feeling what

it's like. But also sometimes it's

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quite nice to watch other people

suffer!

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LAUGHTER

Let's move it on from the coaching

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that. Let's move it on from the game

itself because one of the things

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that everybody in America looks

forward to, and at home as well, is

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the half-time show and the

commercials. We don't show the

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commercials. You do.

My half-time

show dance, I have the music in my

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head.

I'm pretty sure Justin

Timberlake doesn't do that dance.

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I'm pretty sure it's not what he

does.

He sang to Lady Gaga about a

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year ago. Having said we weren't

going to mention you being

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friends...

OK, OK.

You note Justin

Timberlake?

I've hung out with him a

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couple of times, we share a mutual

friend. Great guide, a lot taller

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than you think.

Is he?

Yeah, yeah.

Let's see how his album sales do

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this year then we'll know if he's a

friend.

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friend.

Moving back to the football,

shall we? Where will be and lost?

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The line of scrimmage. The last team

that beat the Patriots in the

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playoffs was the Denver Broncos and

they did it with pressure, brushing

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over. It's always going to be about

pressuring John Brake -- Tom Brady.

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If they'd can do that they have a

chance of winning the game.

Whoever

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doesn't turn the ball over, it's

going to be a tight game and

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something is going to happen on

Special Teams, trust me, trust me.

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Why?

You have to win two of the

phases and right now it's so

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competitive it's the team that wins

those Special Teams and wins the

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field position battle will win the

game.

When we were at the Super Bowl

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last year there was an Atlanta --

argument that Atlanta tired in the

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fourth quarter and their defense

just tired mentally at the very

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least and crumbled a bit. What can

Billy's defense do to make sure they

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don't have an Atlanta moment?

They

have to train for that situation.

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Throughout this week they have to

run extra conditioning, a bunch of

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things you can do. Mentally you have

to know going into the game the New

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England Patriots have the ability to

comeback against you so you prepare

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yourself for that, you will be

better off.

Definitely, because they

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have irritating defensive line it

will help them but Tom Brady can get

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the up-tempo friends to keep the

guys on the field so they will have

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to be well conditioned.

Saturday

night before a Super Bowl of a

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Sunday, what are you doing?

Nothing,

sitting in my room, especially

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playing the pitches, seething with

anger because I was so mad at the

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attention New England was getting at

the lack of attention we were

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getting and so I was sitting

relaxing, preparing myself mentally

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will stop

and if Philadelphia follow

that melted all the way through the

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playoffs they've Juan Mata --

they've warmed their dog masks,

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built up an underdog culture despite

being the number one seeds and

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that's helped them so far. Do you

thing it will help them tomorrow?

I

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think it will help them as long as

they are in the game, because if

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they feel like Tom Brady is being

Tom Brady they might fold under the

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pressure. You never know until

you're there and you they haven't

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been there.

Predictions. Who would

like to go first?

I'll go first.

I

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would never pick against the New

England Patriots unless they're

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playing the New York Times because

we are the only team who have

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consistently beaten them. There's

something about this Philadelphia

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team, I'm leaning towards the

Philadelphia Eagles. I'm going to

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have to go with the Eagles.

You're

going with the Eagles. Fight

as hard

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as it is for me to say because you

know my feelings about the

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Philadelphia Eagles.

It's a good

call, but you're going to be wrong,

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but I think the Patriots will pull

it out. I have faith in Tom terrific

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but it's going to be a close game.

I'm excited.

Are you betting against

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me again?

I'm betting against you

for one last final time!

Let's do

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it!

Is there a forfeit for who gets

it wrong? When we do the review

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show, will you be a T-shirt outside?

No T-shirts! No T-shirts! The Super

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Bowl live on BBC One from 11:15pm,

straight after Match of the Day 2

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wheel round up everything,

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straight after Match of the Day 2

wheel round up everything, the

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reaction, the thoughts of everyone

will be on BBC Two, 11:15pm on

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Monday evening. All we need now is

the game. If we plan this to end I'd

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ask you to both go and take a kick.

No. My hamstring.

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ask you to both go and take a kick.

No. My hamstring.

We'll see you for

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the Super Bowl tomorrow night on BBC

One.

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# are you coming out with with me?

# Let's go

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# As we're dancing in the street

# You ain't seen the best of May

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# Don't stop me, baby Long don't

stop me, baby

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# Let's go down, the stars come out

# I'm Super Bowl, I'm Super Bowl

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# When the lights go down, I'm Super

Bowl, I'm Super Bowl

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# Let's go #.

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Mark Chapman is joined by Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell in Minnesota ahead of Super Bowl LII. The biggest event in the NFL calendar, it is set to take place at the US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.