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new england. their second. >> al: on a third and 23. >> cris: i don't think belichick liked what he saw. >> al: no. probably. >> cris: that was a okay guys, let's think about this now. don't worry about guarding down to the first down marker. jamie collins wandering around. they were trying to funnel everything into him on this play. hightower, for whatever reason did not feel good about that. and that is probably a good discussion on the sideline over there for matt patricia saying guys, we are really guarding the ten-yard area here. >> al: third and 23. fitzgerald matched up with ryan. palmer. over the middle. caught, 29 yard line and this time it is jaron brown.
now they are back in field goal range. on fourth down they will spot the ball at the 29 yard line. >> cris: i am surprised that they are not taking a time-out. >> al: well, new england, arizona is out of time-outs. >> cris: not arizona, new england. >> al: exactly. fourth and five. now you have catanzaro. >> cris: you have to take that time-out. >> al: well, they should and they will now. but this is where belichick did not take a time-out in the super bowl and came up smelling like a rose. >> cris: yeah. you have to preserve what time that you have left. in theory if he makes it you will get your shot to go the other way and kick a field goal. >> al: jaron brown making the catch. getting them back into field goal range. working on the rookie, jones. so, you are going to have about a 47-yard attempt. this will give them the lead.
if new england gets the ball back, no time-outs. >> cris: perfect under 47 yards last year. misses, 47, 51 and 55. >> al: drew butler to hold it. this to try to give the cardinals the lead again. low snap, he gets it down. and the kick is no good. bad snap. >> cris: the rookie snapper. you try to save money here and there. that snap was low and away and it threw off the entire timing
of the kick. >> al: and both of our games this week, thursday and sunday, come down to a missed field goal at the end. >> cris: so many people thought that if new england could just go 2-2 in the first four games without tom brady, that they would be set. everybody in their division loses. they come in against a very tough arizona team here and get it done. >> al: now three home games before they get brady back. well, it will be a long night for candidate but it comes down to a bad snap in the end. >> cris: very nice game for jimmy garoppolo too on the road, under pressure, no gronkowski. all of the pressure on him and he got it done.
welcome to the volkswagen passat postgame show. here is bob costas. >> a low snap did not help but chandler catanzaro misses from 47, otherwise it would be the cardinals who would be celebrating. instead new england, a big underdog without brady and without gronkowski and other important players missing, they come in to arizona and win it 23-21. the game balls will go to jimmy garoppolo and to julian edelman. garoppolo, making his first nfl start was 24 for 33 for 264 and a touchdown. edelman caught 7 of the passes for 66 yards and garoppolo and edelman get to visit with michele. >> michele: jimmy, to come on
the road, you got a banged up offensive line. you don't have gronkowski. you are playing a really good team. how do you explain this win? >> you know, just all three phases. it really was. everyone playing team football. great complementary football. it was one of those nights. it was a good win. it was a good team win. >> michele: how would you evaluate you? >> plenty of room for improvement. we will look at the film and get it corrected for next week. >> michele: you couldn't wait to get the game started and actually play. >> oh, man. >> michele: now it is in the books what is going through your mind? >> it is just a great feeling. the whole team. you have to credit everybody. it is an awesome feeling. >> michele: congratulations. julian, you were helping him quite a bit out there. how did he do? >> you know, he came in here and he did his job and executed the offense. you know, it is good to see him come out here and play well. >> michele: how were you two able to find a connection quickly as you did?
>> we did our job. we stayed in the scheme. we took in the coaching. we had a good week of practice. we were able to execute the game. >> michele: we know tom brady is at home watching. do you want to say anything? >> love you buddy. we are going to get a few more. love you mom. >> schedule is favorable. next three all favorable at home before brady returns against cleveland in week five. things do not look so bad for the patriots. tony, how was new england able to get it done tonight? >> well, bob, obviously jimmy garoppolo was outstanding. as they said he did his job. but i always marvel at bill belichick and his coaching staff. no matter who they have playing or who is out, they always do one thing. they take away what the opponent does best. tonight they took away the blitzing from arizona's defense by throwing quick passes, running legarrette blount. they took away the deep pass to carson palmer and made them
adjust and have to throw underneath. i thought it was just an outstanding coaching job by the patriots staff. >> on the other hand if you are bruce arians, you know the next five games on the schedule are all against teams that didn't make the playoffs a year ago, and you came close to beating the patriots. granted, the patriots were without brady and gronkowski as we mentioned all night long. if you are bruce arians, what are you telling your team in the locker room now or when you reconvene for practice? >> you can't get down over one loss. but this is a game they obviously felt like they were going to win. you are playing at home. you never want to lose at home. you are playing to a backup quarterback. a banged up team. you had a chance to win it. you get over that as every coach does. hey, let's look at the tape. examine our mistakes. improve. we have a lot of football left to play. we are not going to hang our head over one loss. >> tony, thanks.
now let's move over to mike florio. russell wilson injured his ankle in a seahawks victory today. what is the latest you are hearing about his condition? >> well, bob, the ankle injury bothered russell wilson for the rest of the game. afterwards he acknowledged it is sore. this is one of those things we will need to keep our eyes on. it could linger. they are playing a tough rams' defense next weekend. the first regular season game back in l.a. since 1994. in minnesota next weekend, the new stadium opening. but it will be the same routine. will it be shaun hill or sam bradford at quarterback for the vikings? mike zimmer will keep it close to his vest. shaun hill played very well, well enough to win on sunday in tennessee. about you they are trying to get bradford ready to go. he is is the guy with the upside that they think will carry them to where they want to. tomorrow i will talk to stephon di diggs.
maybe he will tell me who will start next week. >> thanks, mike, for the info. we look forward to pro football talk live tomorrow morning on nbcsn followed by "the dan patrick show" from 9:00 to 12:00. final score in arizona, pats 23, cards 21. al and cris to wrap it up back after this. d collision warning ] [ car braking ] bye dad! it brakes when you don't. forward collision warning and autonomous emergency braking. available on the redesigned passat. from volkswagen. i keep having this nightmare where no one can hear me. i'm locked in and i can't escape. my bike is faster than your network. sprint, being with you is a real nightmare.
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the volkswagen passat postgame report. >> rodgers, pressure comes. he throws as he is hit. caught, touchdown. miraculous look. >> mariota shotgun, play action. he is is going to dump it left. intercepted, eric kendricks. there he goes. touchdown! a 76-yard pick six. >> al: it wasn't easy for either team, but it is the packers and the vikings coming in 1-0 opening up the new stadium in minneapolis. hot day in jacksonville. jaguars, a very much improved team but the packers get it done. >> cris: they sure did. any time that you get a win on the road as both teams did, very important. for jordy nelson to come back. eddie lacy looked trimmed down. then the defense carried the day. you wonder how soon can sam bradford get ready? it is not easy, al. you are trying to just remember the plays themselves and then go out there to make it work. >> al: the defense got it done
for minnesota. the two big defensive touchdowns. whether it is hill or bradford, we don't know as we say it might be next week before we find out. but it is going to be some night in minneapolis. >> cris: i cannot wait to see that building. >> al: that's "sunday night football" next week we will talk to you from the twin cities. final score tonight was 23-21, new england. that wraps up our coverage of week 1. michaels, collinsworth, tafoya, costas and the whole gang saying good night from glendale, arizona. we will talk to you next sunday. ♪ >> announcer: nbc sports thanks you for watching this special presentation of the national football league.
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winning wentz. the eagles' rookie quarterback shines in his first nfl game as the birds open with a "w." fighting pneumonia. what hillary clinton is canceling tonight after she stumbled in this video, causing concerns about her health. power plant explosion. fire burns at a lehigh valley site after something went wrong with a transformer tonight. a new era in philadelphia football begins with a win. rookie quarterback carson wentz and new head coach doug peterson lead the birds to a season-opening victory over cleveland.
thanks for joining us. i'm denies nakano. nbc 10 is your official eagles station with inside access to today's season opener. danny, carson wentz did not disappoint. >> you got that right, denise. wentzylvania, played less than a half of preseason football, looked every bit the part of the victory over the browns. he may be a rookie but his leadership under center is comparable to an nfl vet ron. he showed he belonged from the first drive, leads the eagles down the field. watch this perfect pass to jordan matthew in the near corner of the end zone. a 19-yard pitch and catch for the first touchdown of wentz's career. 7-0 eagles at that juncture and the rookie was far from done. third quarter hooks up with last season's first-rounder, nelsoning a lawyer, and he reels it in. 35-yard pitch and catch. wentz finishes 22 of 37, 278 yards. eagles win 29-10.
came out, got a great team win. yeah i think it will hit me now after the game. you know, i've been dreaming about this since i was a kid. again, it's just the first of many. it's on to next week. coming up in sports we'll get more from the birds as his teammates tell john clark about their impressions of the rookie qb. until then back to you. >> danny, thanks, see you in a few. stay with us, directly after this newscast, "eagles game day final." we'll have exclusive postgame interviews with coach doug peterson and nbc 10 player correspondent malcolm jen dips. nbc 10's andrea kline thomas talks to fans about why they're so impressed with the rookie. >> eeg giulianis! >> reporter: >> reporter: eagles! >> reporter: fans poured out of the link after the season opener that started with a win and has
fans fired up. >> firing to the end zone -- caught! touchdown! >> reporter: if first impressions are lasting impressions -- >> wentz. he's the truth. he's real. >> we finally got a good quarterback. >> reporter: starting in his first pro game, rookie quarterback carson wentz made a name for himself. >> he was great. people seemed to really like him. he played really well -- we'll hop on the wentz train. one game at a time but as a father i'm excited my son gets to see a new era. >> reporter: a new era after the front office shakeup. >> a lot of good people around him. >> you're fired up, you have so much to look forward to. we were in the doldrums. you can see i think we're so much better coached, well prepared. >> reporter: eagles fans celebrating this win. >> whoo! >> reporter: but with caution. >> i'm waiting for the whole season. i think we're going to do well. >> reporter: there's a long season ahead. are you hopeful? >> as hopeful as you can be. >> this town is hugry for a winner, go eagles.
a pregame tribute this afternoon, those inside the link paused to remember the lives lost on 9/11. today marks 15 years since the terrorist attacks. first responders walked out onto the field joined by members of body football teams and vice president joe biden. they held the american flag as the national anthem played. for many, 9/11 is a day that brings back so many memories. >> this money whig looked at the news in new york, i actually cried a little bit. i have almost 40 years on the fire department. >> we're told before the ceremony the vice president met with firefighters privately and thanked them for their service. coming up a little later in this newscast, we talk to first responders at bucks county's garden of reflection. and around our region. see their new ways to honor
those lost on 9/11. new tonight from the lehigh valley, an explosion sparked a fire at a natural gas power plant. authorities saying a transformer exploded just after 8:00 at talon energies lower mt. bethel power plant. these are photos sent from an nbc 10 viewer. a company spokesperson says the plant has been shut down and there's no danger to the public or to workers. now to decision 2016. hillary clinton is canceling her trip to california that she was supposed to be taking monday and tuesday as she battles pneumonia. clinton is falling doctors' orders to rest after she stumbled getting into that van. now it's putting her health at the forefront of the presidential race. this cell phone video shows hillary clinton off-balance and rely on the support of secret service agents to lift her into a waiting van as her legs seem to buckle. her campaign would not offer any
information for 90 minutes about why she abruptly left a 9/11 ceremony this morning. then a campaign spokesman initially explained she felt overheated. only hours later did clinton's campaign release a statement from her doctor that she was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. she was put on antibiotics and advised to rest and modify her schedule. local doctor william -- >> pneumonia is an infection in lung tissue. could be caused by a variety of germs, bacteria, viruses, parasites. there are lots of different causes. >> reporter: last week clinton had a coughing fit during a labor day really in cleveland, making it difficult for her to speak. she blamed it on seasonal allergies. donald trump and his supporters have raised questions about clinton's health in recent months which she dismissed as a wacky strategy. clinton emerging from her daughter chelsea's manhattan apartment just before noon today unassisted and smiling.
>> it's a beautiful day in new york! >> are you feeling better? >> yes, thank you, very much. thank you, everybody. >> the clinton campaign declined to answer questions sunday why her diagnosis wasn't disclosed friday. so far, donald trump is not commenting on clinton's illness. trump was at the same 9/11 event in new york this morning and left after clinton. when asked about the incident, the republican nominee said only, "i don't know anything about it." hillary clinton is leading donald trump by 5 percentage points according to a new natural poll. "the washington post"/abc news poll shopes clinton pulling in the support of 46% of likely voters. that's compared to 41% for trump. turning now to our weather. this time lapse video shows the sunset at the battleship new jersey. a much cooler sunday compared to the past several days. let's get the first alert neighborhood forecast from meteorologist sheena parveen.
>> denise, it is much cooler, really nice right now. tomorrow morning, these numbers will keep dropping and some areas will be in the 50s when you wake up and step outside. right now we're at 74 in philadelphia. very comfortable 64 in dover. allentown down to 61. vineland 63 right now. the bus stop tomorrow morning or around 7:30, these are the temperatures we expect. wilmington 60. philadelphia near 60. allentown right around 50 possibly. quakertown 53. reading 51. plenty of sunshine. we're going to stay dry through a majority of this week but also we'll get hotter, near 90 degrees this the week. coming up we'll talk about a cool-down after we hit those hotter temperatures. plus some showers and storms for part of next weekend. that's all straight ahead. in philadelphia, authorities say this man is a serial bank
robber and they want your help tracking him down. the most recent incident happened this afternoon at the td bank on south 11th street in center city. investigators say he hit the same bank last sunday and they believe he also tried to rob the citizens bank on north fifth street in east oak lane august 19th, the hyperion bank 40 minutes later. a school bus driver is dead and several passengers seriously hurt after a bus veered off a road at denver international airport and crashed into a concrete pillar. police say the driver circled back to the airport and crashed after she picked up 32 players and coaches from a high school football team. two of the injured are now in critical condition. authorities are interviewing the football players about the crash. no pause in the protest. for some players at today's nfl games, as team s paused for the anniversary of 9/11.
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on 9/11. the lights will fade away at dawn as the 15th anniversary of one of our darkest days comes to a close. >> francis joseph callahan. >> william callahan. >> susan -- >> in an annual tradition, the names of all those killed in the 9/11 attacks were read aloud by fall less members. several said the loss of their loved ones still felt as if it happened yesterday, not 15 years ago. and events all across our region today marked the anniversary of the attacks. nbc 10's drew smith spoke with first responders and others who are finding new ways to honor the fallen. >> reporter: a decade and a half later, memories of september 11th, 2001, come right back at bucks county garden of reflection. >> inpy heart there's a great deal of pain and anger as well. there's also a place for honor. honor that i saw and experienced
for my fellow responders. ♪ >> reporter: the solemn anniversary remembered in philadelphia and atlantic city. where a huge american flag waved by the ocean. in pen socken, many thousands of american flags stand for the victims. broadway composer and former police officer in montgomery county christopher smith premiered a new song. >> we need reminder of what h o heroism is really is. i wanted to celebrate the people among us who put on the uniform and go out and risk themselves each day. >> reporter: a recent villanova grad nick berger told the story of visiting his dade's name on the mill. at grrs and running into his father's former colleagues. >> they told me firsthand of my dad's actions on 9/11 as well as his daily acts of kindness -- >> reporter: from that chance encounter berger got a job at his dad's former company.
a sign he says that goodness and light can still come from that dark day. 15 years ago. in the lower make field, drew smith, nbc 10 news. north philadelphia, a tribute to first responders, police officers, and firefighters. nbc 10 was at the fair yeah dell barr i don't festival where they were honored with blacks. our sister station telemundo 62 emceed the event. on a day the sports world honored the victims of 9/11, some players continued to protest the national anthem. kansas city quarterback marcus peters held his fist in the air with his head down. a similar scene in arizona where new england patriots players martellus bennett and devin mccourty held up their right arms as the national anthem played. in seattle players took a stand in a different way with a sign of solidarity on the sideline. all 53 seahawk players stood
with their arms looked together. eagles long snapper john dorenbos is off to make magic in los angeles. nbc 10 was there as he left lincoln financial field after the game this amp. dorenbos has high hopes for los angeles where he will compete in the season sin in all lay of "america's got talent." >> all right, this is the start of a win sunday, hope to bring a win back tuesday. >> dorenbos will do a magic routine on "america's got talent" tuesday night, then find out if he's the winning act during the live finale results show wednesday night. nbc 10's jacqueline london will be in los angeles for all the action and will bring us everything you need to know about the agt run. starting tomorrow on nbc 10 news at 4:00. miss arkansas!
>> excitement in atlantic city. miss arkansas savvy shields was crowned miss america 2017 tonight at boardwalk hall. shields won the talent competition with a jazz dance to a song from the tv show "smash." a great afternoon to get outside and enjoy the 10th annual mt. airy village fair. kids making the most of the nice weather by riding bikes, playing games and making crafts. there were also plenty of food choices and live music for everyone to enjoy. sheena, a nice break from the extreme heat. >> yeah, denise. it felt fan tat tick today and even tonight. if you've been outside recently, you'll notice it is cooling down. so as we go into your monday morning to start the work week, temperatures will be a lot cooler than this morning. some areas in the 50s. here are the morning lows. 61 for the morning low in philadelphia. so these numbers will be hitting around sunrise tomorrow. around 53