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when they snap the football and they'll take a time-out right before that. phil: they're going to let the clock run out, take the five yards -- no, he calls a time-out. that makes sense, keep the field as short as possible so when you punt it, in -- if it is in play, your guys can get there quicker. it's amazing, though, you look at the score, so many outstanding nights by the new york jets. now, hey, we talked up that defensive line. they did not get to the quarterback or they were not the force we thought they would be
the first series, made some tough plays, picked up some big first downs and kept it going the whole game. jim: see if they can put any pressure on the punter here. rookie punter. gets it away. and a fair catch signaled. tate at the to go. well, they got an 4-yard touchdown in the first quarter. now all they need is 5 yards. phil: sammy watkins not out there but i want to go what we just talked about with rex ryan.
but he shook his head and say oh, i can't imagine. phil: the bills host arizona then play at new england. knocked down and the jets have won it. good wib looked to be hurt on that last play. concerning for the bills fan that is watkins couldn't even finish. -- fans that watkins couldn't even finish. todd bowles and the jets now. they will be going to kansas city next week. phil: that's always a tough place to play but you know what, all they're thinking about now is we got that first victory, and the fact that, you know, you could see it. we said it.
the edge on todd bowles and the players, the fact that they let what they think that game get away from them last week. to be in a tough situation here tonight when they're dominating physically again and they hung in there and their offense bailed them out. by just making so many plays to the wide receivers. jim: that offense added -- has a lot of good things going for it right now. meanil with a pair of six-point loss is. phil: that's tough t-bills undermanned, missing some key players. jim: here's a guy that's been an x factor for them. you saw enunwa for a moment. decker who led them in receiving yards with 126. phil: big thing for the bills, they have to find a way to get a
defensive backs and let them show their attendant. -- talent. tracy: ryan, congratulations. 370 yards passing. how were you able to do it against this secondary? >> we had a lot of guys step up today. it started with enunwa making some great catches. but we have a lot of playmakers on this offense and like i said the other day it's my job to spread it around and keep them happy. tracy: how scary was it when you saw bra >> scary. didn't look good. he's at tough as they come. seeing him on the ground isn't a good thing but it was a relief for me when he walked back into that haadle -- huddle. tracy: it's sweet for you to get this victory after last year, what happened with the bills. a big win now to be 1-1. >> a big win for our team, especially after coming out at halftime and losing the lead.
can wrong grow from that tracy: jim? jim: he was sensational tonight. 256 days ago he walked off this field after the flower three picks in the fourth quarter. he stood in there with all the interviews after the game and said my heart hurts so bad right now for all those guys in this locker room. on this night, he's on top of the world. one of his best games ever. 3 4, leading the jets to the victory. coming up next is the "the mazda postgame show." we'll be back with more after this. ? ? ?
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>> welcome to "the mazda postgame show." rich: brandon marshall coming off of a 100-yard catching performance about to join our set on the "the mazda postgame show." eric decker, 100 yards as well. matt forte, 100 yards rushing as the jets fin and the buffalo bills. first time in the last six tries that per able to do that. welcome to the "the mazda postgame show." i am rich eisen along with marshall faulk, steve mariucci and michael irvin. we'll get brandon marshall but in the meantime you'll have to enjoy our analysis and michael
michael: i just said it. etune in away. rich: he was almost the third 100-yard receiver for the jets tonight. michael: he got that thing started. it was almost as if brandon marshall and eric decker said oh, my god, we better out -- get out here and start doing something because our jobs get in jeopardy. steve: what's the dude's name? michael: etune in away. come on, marshall, stop that. steve: your new york jets are a talented team. not just on offense. not just on offense, they have triplets plus. but their defense in front, gang busters. marshall: etune in way and the brandon marshall addition, it frees up the other two guys. rich: the bills fall to 0- and
end. brandon marshall is about to join us but let's send it back to buffalo. jim nantz, phil simms, take it away. jim: thank you, rich and we've had a chance to see the jets the first two weeks of the season. what do you say about the jets, about this team and what's possible for them this season? phil: i think when we saw them or talked about them last week i thought they had a chance to be a really good football team. i just asked you what you t think they can be really good, special. jim: both side. both side of the lionel. phil: they have a good system but they have stars. guys that can make plays and a lot of them on each side of the ball. that gives you a chance in this league. their defense didn't have a great night but their offense was greet great. the receiving corps, just like ryan fitzpatrick said, it's deep and it's like a basketball team,
defend. jim: and then reading everything leading into the week one game against cincinnati. everyone talking about matt forte. he had a little bit of a hamstring issue and people were saying over and over, he's 30 years old, going to turn 31 during the season in december. maybe he's too old. he looks pretty fresh. phil: yeah, he does. todd bowles knows how to get they made a great deal. chris ivy -- ivory did a great job for them last year but forte is a perfect fit for this offense. jim: the bills 0-2 now. huge disappointment, losing the home opener. had that streak against the jets. they had some plays. 84 yards, a fumble return for a
times. phil: the bills have to do more on offense. they're not going to be able to droll co-control the football the way they did at times last year. tyrod taylor has to drop back and throw more to get completions. jim: we're off to denver for the broncos on sunday afternoon and don't forget, next thursday night, houston at new england. looking forward to that one. tonight on exep on the west coast then don't miss the late show with steven colbert followed by "the late late show" with james corden. tonight only cbs. 37-31, jets take it behind fitzpatrick's 374 yards passing and forte's 100 yards on the ground and three touchdowns. for more football, "the mazda postgame show" continues on nfl network. for phil, jay, and tracy, jim nantz saying so long from
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sexually exploiting a student is in trouble with the law again. why she is facing another arrest tonight. plus rolling the dice. >> this is just the beginning of a long process. >> the new plans for a casino in cedar rapids. >> showers and storms have returned and will attract them and let you know what it means for the weekend. >> we are here to help the i went. >> the local efforts to prevent >> now the corridor top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first 10 minutes this is cbs two news 10 at 10. >> three years after the first puzzle cedar rapids is home to a new plan for a casino. good evening and staying up late with us. i'm karen fuller. scott is off tonight. among the impacts going to developers is the addition of 200 permanent jobs adding millions to the downtown
proposal will succeed where the last one failed. >> calling it a boutique style of gaming center wild rose announced plans thursday to build a $40 million 25,000 ft.2 casino in downtown cedar rapids. that's less than a quarter of the cost of the previous proposal known as cedar crossing. the casino plan failed to get state approval in april 2014. >> we were disapp was a big setback for our community. >> this time the plant comes from a company that up rates casinos. something mayor ron corbett says it could be a an advantage . >> maybe this scale back version has a greater chance of getting a favorable response from the racing and gaming commission. >> but local businesses would have to get out of the way. among them sub city which is
rapids for more than 25 years. >> the owner says for her the project represents an uncertain future for a business she has put so much into. >> it would be hard to move sub city to somewhere else to make it exist like it does now. >> in a statement developer say the more compact casino will drive more business downtown to area restaurants in the city owned hotel. as for the original casino site mayor corbett ys plans in the works right now. he reminds everyone this new plan is not yet a done deal. >> this is the beginning of a long process. >> wild rose is no stranger to gaming in the hawkeye state. the company already operates three other casinos in iowa. the most recent one was built in jefferson a few years ago. wild rose has managed casinos in iowa for more than a decade.
cedar rapids has considered a casino. in march 2013 linn county voters voted to approve building a casino in downtown. five months later linn county applied for a gaming license. just when you're later the i want gaming commission stunned cedar rapids city leaders by rejecting the application. the commission placed a three- year moratorium on approving gaming licenses. >> council want to roll the dice on possible new interest in the land originally set aside for the proposed casino. as we reported last week three council members are asking the city to look at other uses for the property. a development subcommittee is pushing city leaders to examine some 1300 city-owned properties for redevelopment potential. >> thunder storms are now moving into art northern and
we have a flash flood watch until 4 am. it includes black hawk and grundy counties. so far no/flooding has been reported. we have had heavy rain and continue to see heavy showers and storms across eastern iowa. just to the northwest of cedar rapids towns and these showers and storms have had a history of producing gusty winds. in some locations up to 2 inches of rain. around independence 1.7 inches of rain. waterloo had 60 mile waterloo had 60 mi./h of wind. another good soaking expected. the showers and storms will get out of here sometime tomorrow evening and after that the rest of the weekend is looking good. for now it's a wet night ahead.
two police officer who shot and killed a stabbing suspect. the iowa division of criminal investigation tells cbs 2 news - officers jeremiah white and ashleigh steil are on paid administrative leave after the shooting.monday night, the pair responded to a domestic violence call.when they arrived they found a woman with multiple stab wounds. she's expected to recover.the suspect, 25-year-old markell bivins, died at a local hospital. developing right now - police are looking for a substitute teacher accused of sexually exploiting a student. police say mary beth haglin has violated a no-contact order involving that student.haglin worked as a substitute teacher at cedar rapids washington high school.haglin admitted to the relationship in a june interview with cbs 2 news. she says the school was trying to cover it up. earlier this
to the sexual exploitation charges. trial continues tomorrow morning morningin the gruesome murder case against david miller. miller.miller is accused of killing sabrina husted janish in october of last year. prosecutors say he stabbed then strangled her to death - severing her esophagus and her carotid (kuh-rotted') artery.. today they called a forensic pathologist to the stand.she explained janish's fatal injuries and gave her take on the alleged murder "i don't know if this particular knife caused her wounds or if there were possibly even more than one knife, but i don't see anything about this knife that excludes it from having caused her injuries." injuries."the trial will resume tomorrow morning at nine.cbs 2 news reporter dora miller is covering the case. watch for her live reports tomorrow on twitter and on cbs 2 news.
stories across the corridor. many eastern iowans have stories about how a place they called home or work went underwater in the 2008 floods. since then, the state of iowa helped the university of iowa's hydroscience and engineering program add the iowa flood center.an open house today displayed their work, systems, and instruments. the programs work internationally and? locally to forecast what's going on here at home. residentsimpacted by a gas leak are back in their homes tonight.the city lifted the evacation order just about three hours ago.authorities tell cbs 2 news a construction crew ruptured a gas main earlier today.dozens of homes and businesses were forced to evacuate.no one was hurt. in cedar rapids - c-avenue northeast near rockwell collins could reopen as soon as next week.crews spent
new traffic flow along the roadway.expanded lanes and new pedestrian crossings at rockwell will hopefully cut down on congestion between blairs ferry and collins road. in downtown cedar rapids today todaythe first look inside the city's newest high-rise.an open house was held this evening at the new c-r-s-t headquaters.the 37-million first look inside the city's newest high-rise. an open house was held at the new crs headquarters. the $37 million structure is 11 stories tall. crfd and tenants have filled nearly the entire building. the trucking firm will continue to build its offices along 16th avenue, southwest as they continue to grow. >> sporting-goods store gander mountain is moving to the northeast side of cedar rapids. the company will be closing its location on edgewood road and opening at the new north town market. the store will feature one of the largest selection of new and used fire arms in the state along with gear for hunting,
if you are looking to buy a brewery in cedar rapids now may be the time. turner alley brewery is for sale . the brewery started on 12th st. in cedar rapids about two years ago with peers inspired by its hometown including that made island ipea and the check village pilsner. >> tonight eight small innovative corridor school celebrates a big win. cbs news iowa big -- big iowa to see what's next for them. >> iowa big will receive $1 million over five years. the million-dollar award a complete surprise to iowa big. >> we are excited for being recognized nationally but the million dollars is a little
creator says he wants to open up access. >> we want to use this money to make sure there's no barriers. so all the kids can enjoy the experience. >> we tried to make a social statement. >> when kids learn how they want toy miller says they are more successful. >> our passions float we are more engaged and we spent more time thinking things that we love. >> isaac miller is one of iowa big full-time students and a prime example. >> i cannot function in a normal classroom but this i get to do what i like doing and i have an impact on the community. >> is working on efficient wheels project. >> we will be measuring the fishes brainwave and how they work together in groups. >> one project in several applications.
engineering credit. >> just like iowa big. what school and boundless opportunities. >> covering the corridor in cedar rapids jenee' ryan cbs 2 news. >> isaac along with nine other iowa big teams will show their projects in late october.>> still to come tonight the need for speed. white one hawkeye is moving fa >> it's been a wet evening in our northern and western counties were thunderstorms have produced up to 2 inches of rain. thunderstorms are about
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welcome to delicious. cbs 2 this morning.split second decisions in emergencies like floods can mean life and death. death.see the hearttouching reunion between one woman who nearly drowned -- and the man who saved her.that's tomorrow -- >> meteorologist terry swails is he here. if you like the sound of r will sleep well. >> we have had rain in our northern and western counties. places that don't need anymore. it is in the forecast and a little bit tomorrow. here's the setup. today we had temperatures in the 80s in eastern iowa. all the way up to 83 in cedar rapids. dew points shot up and got up to 69. there is more sure available in the word and more sure created
we've already seen heavy rain especially to the northwest of cedar rapids. we have a flash flood watch for these counties and that's out until 4:00 in the morning for this portion of our viewing area. as we go to the radar, you can see this line of storms is checking southeast all evening long. behind that we have lighter rain . it does persist in north- central iowa. what's the first wave of thunderstorms will still be additional showers with embedded thunderstorms. the threat is there for another inch to inch and a half in some parts of eastern iowa. as we go on the radar you can see from the northeastern corner of the state down to manchester we've got strong storms that have dumped heavy rain. independence
thunderstorms. the storms are about to reach the cedar rapids area. will put a track on here. you'll see these will be in the central city. between now and 1140 tonight there will be heavy rains up to an inch initial period of time. there's no severe weather expected. on our predictor it shows 1:00 in the morning and i think it's a little bit slow you can see at three, four clock in the morning there's a lot of rain but not as intense as well we are looking at now. for tomorrow morning the heaviest of this kicks on out and we will see a nice break during the day before additional storms come back in. we have a warm front causing tonight precipitation. that gets out through morning. later tomorrow ahead of this cold front if you additional
this could be in the area late in the afternoon or during the evening hours. as the front moves on the rains will come to an end. as far as participation -- precipitation totals the model shows 1 inch in cedar rapids. the european model shows 1.22 inches. the indications are here that many spots will see half an inch to 1 inch of rain tonight. here's tomorrow temperatures back in the upper 70s. those dew points will be in the 70s. it will be a muggy day. that too much of the way of rain. tonight the thunderstorms will be in the south east and in the 60s. tomorrow will be in that midshipman to upper 70s and scattered storms early and then again late in the day. the weekend looks good. temperatures will be in the midshipman to upper 70s. next week warm temperatures all the way through with a high of 85 expected on monday. >> next the investigation to
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correspondent jeff barnd explains why the agreement is raising more questions than anss answers iran ?may? have received nearly 34 billion dollars in additional cash and precious metals between 2014 and this year to secure the controversial u.s./iran nuclear deal a& that according to an expert who recently testified on capitol hill. now, some lawmakers want to know ?exactly? how much this deal cost. /sot - barnd - leahy mccain iran.mov/mccain - 1:47 "there are provisions in this agreement that we still haven't seen yet. and it's disgraceful." 1:52 associated press reports iran brought home roughly 20 seen. billion dollars (11.9) in previously frozen u.s. sanctions were given to tehran as nuclear talks progressed. add to that the 1.7 billion dollar cash payout the white house gave tehran before the release of several u.s. hostages this yeara& and the sum total could be as much as 34 billion dollars (33.6). /bridge/here's the ruba& it's ?still? unknown whether that 11.9 or 1.7 billion are ?part? of the original 20 billion dollars paid out to irana& ?or? if it's in ?addition? to the 20-billion. experts say the worst case scenerioa& is that iran ?may? have received
metals from the u.sa&. to close this deal./vo/some lawmakers are calling for more transparency from the presidenta& because in their words, the white house wasn't forthcoming about ?how? and ?exactly how much? iran was paid. but one lawmaker we talked to says this is nothing but a political witchhunt./sot - barnd - leahy mccain iran.mov/ leahy - :46 "it does nothing to help the country." :56/vo/still, some lawmakers are concerned about ?how? iran is spending the money./sot -rubio c2c/rubio - 3:04 "and so every dollar that goes to iran you have to assume is going to go to hezbollah..or it's going to go to their missle program, or their nuclear ambition or >> some lawmakers are concerned on how iran is spending the money. >> every dollar you have to assume that it will go to the missile. >> we will never know how iran will take advantage of this . >> coming up in sports chad
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from defender's -- proving he's faster than he looks "i was just trying to ... i don't know... do to much basically i think, instead of just going out there and playing football.. and i think that's one of the main differences that i've been doing this year... i'm just kind of using my strengths." strengths." "i teased him the other night i said you're going to loose your ... screw up your reputation of being a possession back. everybody talks about possession receivers, but he's popped a couple big ones now and had a couple big ones last year too so yeah leshun's probably a little faster than people might think." think." so obviously north dakota state will be paying close attention to daniels -- but he won't be the only one -- all eyes will be on c.j. beathard -- so far the senior all eyes will be on cj. goes.. "really good athlete, makes all the throws , knows there system inside and out and he doesnt' make the mistake... you know that's the one thing you notice it's a typical
they aren't going to beat themselves and with that being said we have to eliminate some of the mistakes that we've made to give ourselves a chance, but beathard's an exceptional football player." football looks a little different this year in lone tree -- it's the lions first year in the 8 man game -- but that hasn't changed their head coach -- chad shield's message to his team -- get there chad shield -- our ed thomas coach of the week week in lone tree -- there's one name that everybody knows -- "if you talk to anyone around town they know whch is, they know what he's all abo. about... -- that's lion football -- "i'm a number guy by trade and trying to break down defenses and offenses are... is a fun thing for me to do."but the x's and o's aren't the only thing he brings it's a saying -- "get there... it's our get to the dome type chant. that's been our goal and aspirations forever."that means more than achieving on the field "it means to get there in all facets of life -- it means to get to practice on time.. it means to get to weights on time
it's in your every day life. set goals for yourself and you have to go out and achieve them" them." "to take one goal and that's been our goal forever. >> that means more than achieving on the field.>> to get there in all facets of your life that means to get to practice on time. >> it's here in school and in your everyday life. >> to take one goal and go for. don't let anything get in your weight. >> because in lone tree what chad shield is about -- >> if they ever need anything i will be there for them. >> headlines. >> thursday night high school football. on the devonport north and this one was all peacocks. they get the third straight win. it was 49-7 the final. >> state with meteorologist
>> we are hearing the thunder and lightning around here. this will move through still see scattered showers and lighter storms as we go to the night. tomorrow will have a bit of a break during the day. the temperatures will be in the upper 70s. >> it will be a better we can. >> thank you terry. thank you for joining us
the interview also revealed that trump eats a fair amount of fast food because, according to him, "at least you know what's in it." ( laughter ) you know what's in it? donald, the only thing we know less about than what's in fast food is what is in your tax returns. ( cheers and applause ) then good dr. asked the 70-year- then good dr. asked the 70-year- old candidate to diagnose himself. >> when you look into the mirror, how old is the person you are looking at? what do you see? >> i would say, i see a person that's 35 years old. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: 35? donald, that's not your reflection, that's your wife.
beautiful woman! >> jon: cold blooded! it's true. >> stephen: beautiful woman. trump also said he doesn't exercise that often but, even, so he's good enough at golf to play with the pga. that's a real medical shocker. judging by the size of his hands, i would have guessed minigolf. (piano riff) which, according to a new survey out of the university of california, overall, most u.s. men are satisfied with their genitals. so satisfied, in fact, that many would like to text you a picture of them. the researchers behind this survey came up with a scale called the "index of male genital image," also known as "tinder."
this index asked how men felt about every aspect of their genitals, such as penis length, girth, shape, and scent. look, fellas, if you can get your nose close enough to smell your own genitals, first of all congratulations. ( laughter ) second of all... second of all... when do you ever go out? ( laughter ) researchers found that out of the nearly 4,000 men surveyed, a total of 86% were classified as "satisfied" with their penises. while the other 14% said, "yes, of course i'm satisfied. why, what did you hear?