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six in the box. >> al: third and one. carr, to the end zone. and one-handed away by marcus peters. intended for andre holmes. and one second until the two-minute warning. >> cris: well, he's the guy, marcus peters. eight takeaways on the year. watch him get his head around and make the play. that was the play of the night, if they make one here. >> al: here's the play of the night for oakland. crabtree is back in the game. will work out of the pistol. final play before the two-minute warning. fourth and one. oh, man. who moved? oakland did. >> referee: false start, offense, number 77.
five-yard penalty. third down. >> al: the tackle, austin howard. >> cris: a little flinch by howard. and babe jackson react ed. and that's going to be the first flinch. >> al: back to the 19. ten penalties tonight. against oakland. it's fourth down and six. the crowd, stamping its feet. four-man rush. down the left sideline. batted away. incomplete. terrance mitchell. big night for him. intended for roberts. that takes us to the two-minute warning the and gives kansas city the ball with 1:56 left in the fourth.
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coming up after this contest. kansas city cannot run the clock out. they can take it to under a minute. oakland had to use a time-out with 4 1/2 minutes to go. they have two. from the 19 yard line, ware with a run here. that puts oakland in a box. they have to take a time-out. and they have to stop kansas city from getting the first down. at the moment, with del rio looking up at the clock, pe will save the two time-outs to see what happens after the second down play. but you're taking it down to 1:10 right now. before they have to snap it. >> cris: the clock had to run on one play of this series. he chose to take it there. >> al: second and two from the 27 yard line.
and ware, now, they have to stop it with 1:07. and clearly, what you have to do here, first down would in effect end the game. you stop it and take the time-out and you will get the ball back. >> cris: what should have been fourth down and one turned into fourth down and six. and instead of coming down to the crossing routes and the pick routes, they try for the fade one more time. and give credit to terrance mitchell who had to start for phillip gaines. i thought he was terrific for the most part, all night. >> al: he's done quite the job. >> cris: i thought he was terrific, too. >> al: a free agent. free agent, third year. played his college ball at oregon. been all over the lot tonight. 67 seconds.
it comes down to this. k.c. is going to get the win. and pair is going to lunge forward. make he picked up the first down. >> cris: he does, it's over. >> al: will measure. kansas city thinks they have it. did they stop the clock? if they did, they stopped it very quickly. that's ware, backing. where is that mark? the mark is going to be at the 39 yard line. and there you have it, folks. the kansas city chiefs score all
21 points in the second quarter burst, withstand two turnovers early in the third quarter, leading only to three oakland points. hold them off at the end. and the chiefs will have the same record as the raiders. 10-3. but will have won the season series. and will go into first place in the afc west. >> cris: look at that. one win in the last 44 years, with a 3-0 turnover differential. >> al: taking one more look at the spot. nothing is challengeable inside two minutes. new york just wants to take a look and make sure. and so, mcaulay will take a look himself under the hood. our mission is to produce programs and online content for african women as they try to build their businesses and careers. my name is yasmin belo-osagie and i'm a co-founder at she leads africa. i definitely could not do my job without technology. this windows 10 device,
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they don't make mistakes like they made tonight. and the raiders, unable to take advantage of it. and they find themselves dropping from a one seed to a five seed, on one night in kansas city. >> al: well, when you look at the numbers, carr, tonight, threw 41 passes, 117 yards. that means the raiders tonight, averaged 2.85 yards in pass attempt. in a game that a quarterback has thrown 40 more passes. that's the second-lowest in the history of the nfl. topped only by -- and i promised brent musburger i would get jesse palmer's name on the air. jesse was the guy, with carolina, 2.6. >> cris: and jesse probably wishes you had not. >> al: yeah. what can i tell you? we're here to serve. we're journalists. >> cris: congratulations to andy
welcome to the "volkswagen golf alltrack postgame report." >> despite scoring no points after halftime, and turning the ball over three times, the kansas city chiefs score as many points as degrees on the thermometer. and it's good enough to beat the raiders, 21-13. the final score. and they swap spots with the oakland raiders at the afc standings. the raiders at the five seed. and the chiefs are the one seed. an would stay that way, if the ravens beat the patriots on "monday night football." it is now time to send things over to heather cox, to take on a conversation with alex smith. >> alex, with first place in the division and positioning for the playoffs on the line, what was the key to the season sweep against the raiders? >> i mean, this is a hard fought game on a short week late in the
year. we knew it would come down to the end like this. a big, big rivalry. that's a really good football team. you know, there's so many things. it's doing the little things. play in, play out, playing good team football. to get this win and to lose the turnover ratio to three, down three, is pretty special. >> you have won eight of the last nine. what's the key to sustaining your success so long this season? >> i think it just starts with practice and preparation. coaches putting together good game plans. and coming out on game play and executing. >> and the fourth-consecutive 100-yard game for travis kelce. what impact did he have on the offense tonight? >> he is a spark for us. we look to a guy that can get it done. he makes big plays in games. has a ton of tools. it's a great speed. he's a guy we feel good about. and he did it today. >> congrats. enjoy this win. upstairs to al.
>> all right, heather. you think of the kansas city chiefs. they get off to a bad start last year. and they run the table at the end. win a playoff game. 20-3. 20-3, in the last 23 regular season games. >> and you have to be careful with a team that can play defense, and play special teams with tyreek hill, the way this team can. right? you're always in it. you're always going to be in the football game. and the more these wins they put together, the more likely it is, they're going to be playing games right here in this stadium. and they're tough to beat here. >> speaking of the defense, without derrick johnson, at one point it looked like, wow. the raiders took advantage of that, after he came out of the game. but then, able to regroup and did a masterful job in the second half. >> and it's amazing. the raiders ran for better than four yards per carry. but given the circumstances of how the chiefs were playing on defense, if they had osemele in there, they probably would have run for eight yards a carry and
would have gotten out of the defense that they could not beat in the game. >> coming back on christmas night. the denver/kansas city game could be interesting. could have wild card ramifications. the afc west, a lot of drama this year. >> no doubt. >> okay. "volkswagen postgame show" from arrowhead continues after this. "when the ship comes in" by the hollies ♪ oh the fishes will laugh as they swim out of the path ♪ ♪ and the seagulls they'll be smilin ♪ ♪ and the rocks on the sand it's so peaceful out here. yeah. introducing the new turbocharged volkswagen alltrack with 4motion® all-wheel drive. soon to be everywhere.
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every time i went down you pick me up. >> a tearful good-bye. the community remembers her son, a new jersey trooper taken too soon. nbc 10 news starts now. hold on to that hat. break out your warmest coat. even the dogs will need an extra layer. you want to really bundle up at the bus stop and on the way to work. it already feels in the 20s outside. thanks for staying up late with us. >> let's see what we will wake up to with this frigid air moving in. >> sheerz sheena parveen. >> if you stepped outside recent li you will. you can feel the arctic air moving in. it is biting cold outside at the moment. 33 philadelphia, 31 allentown.
30 wilmingtowilmington. 30 mount holly. mount pocono 34 degrees. when you factor in the wind here's what it feelslike. 21 philadelphia. we are close to getting to the teens. 21 is what it feels like in wilmington. feels like 18 coatesville. 20 in allentown. 23 in mount holly l. quite a difference. the wind is making. it is ushering in the arctic air. it is anywhere from 15 to 20 miles an hour. tomorrow will be gusting to 30 miles an hour. take a look at tomorrow morning. 7 a.m. this model suggesting we can feel anywhere from 15 to 18 degrees. other models are showing us feeling a little colder than that. coming up, we will look at the cold lasting through your weekend and the next chance of rain and snow. honoring a hero tonight. hundreds remembered the life of new jersey state trooper frankie
williams. >> his mother filled with tears, remembering the latest state trooper to lose his life in a car crash. trooper williams died on monday night when an erratic driver crashed in to his cruiser on route 55 in millville. drew smith reports on the overwhelming sorrow felt by so many and the support to first responders. >> there was a huge turnout down here at the leesburg fire station where a lot of first responders came out to honor the memory of their fallen brother. ♪ how great thou art >> a gathering in the dark to show how much light frankie williams with brought to the county. >> an individual 0 who chose to sacrifice in order to protect us. >> reporter: a man who even at traffic stops brought out the best of people. >> officer, i want to thank you for being so kind. >> reporter: victoria williams got emotional remembering her
son. >> everyone's in tears because he's always been good. >> reporter: earlier this week the 31-year-old responded to a call for an out-of-control driver. when the driver 61-year-old lloyd rugby smashed in to the trooper's car. both men did not survive. >> frankie is a hero because god knows what would have happened if that driver continued up 55. >> reporter: across the country and in the garden state, traffic incidents are the leading cause of death for officers. >> we know we are taking that risk as soon as we leave the door. >> reporter: he is the fourth trooper to die in a crash in four years. troopers tell me road safety is an important part of training but sometimes things happen. priority number one is trying to protect people. it is time to rally around the williams' family. >> i appreciate what you have done for me. every time i fall down you pick me back up. thank you. drew smith, nbc 10 news.
a short time ago we learned the funeral arrangements for trooper williams, the service will be monday at noon at the atlantic city boardwalk hall. there have been three state troopers killed in crashes in the past year. sean cullen was killed in a crash in march and trooper eli mccarson last september. other news tonight, a man allegedly murders his mother and tells a random driver about it in bucks county. police found the body of rebecca cope inside of a home in lower makefield township this afternoon. it's not clear how she died. investigators say her son zachary cope had stopped a passing driver and told them about the crime. he allegedly gave the address of where the zachary cope is charged with homicide. a man facing charges for allegedly embezzling $56,000 from a youth football league. michael deflorio is the form per
treasure of the youth football league. prosecutors say he wrote fake checks to himself over the course of the last two years. they say he used a debit card linked to the league's bank account to make withdrawals and purchases. a man whose legendary status is out of this world. john glenn was a national hero. former astronaut became the first american to orbit the earth but accomplished much more. this afternoon the space legend passed away. nbc's keith jones looks at his remarkable life, including his training here in the delaware valley. >> reporter: the centrifuge spins at 80 miles an hour at the facility in warminster. in the '60s john glenn and other astronauts trained for a potentially dangerous trip in to space. >> there were problems and
raised the raisk to a high degree. >> reporter: he says glenn undertook the risk in '62 becoming the first american to orbit the earth. >> his daring trip really went a long way to open the gigantic doors of human exploratioexplor >> president kennedy forbade him from space travel fearing we'd lose an american hero. so he goes from being an astronaut to a politician. glenn served four terms as a democratic senator in his home state of ohio and even ran for president. in 1998, at the age of 77. >> god speed, john glenn. >> reporter: glenn defied the odds again. becoming the oldest astronaut in space. >> i don't think you can be up here and look out the window in and this creation and not believe in god.
>> reporter: today centrifuges like this one in bucks county stop. >> he was a great american hero. truly great hero. i met him on two separate occasions. liked him, always liked him, but he was indeed an american hero. >> reporter: keith jones, nbc 10 news. >> tonight, hillary clinton spoke out about what he calls an epidemic of fake news. it came as she made her first visit to capitol hill since losing the presidential election. >> it's now clear that so-called fake news can have real world consequences. it's a danger that must be addressed. >> a fake news story about clinton led to a shooting last week in washington, d.c. a man told police he opened fire in a restaurant as he was investigating pizza gate. the rumor suggested clinton and her aides were running a child
sex ring at the restaurant. president of the united states won't be the only job donald trump has in the new year. mr. trump will remain an executive producer on "celebrity apprentice." mgm will pay the president elect a fee that's likely five figures per episode. it will return january 2nd after two years off the air. arnold schwarzenegger will be the ne new host. donald trump stopped hosting it to pursue his political career. the president elect made another cabinet selection today. he will nominate fast food billionaire andrew pozner for labor secretary. he's the ceo of cke restaurants that owns carl's jr. and hardee hardee's. he is also open to automation saying machines never take vacations, show up late or file lawsuits. some democrats call it a war on lab labor. it will soon be tougher for your car to be towed. the city council passed a law
meant to crackdown on illegal towing. now a law enforcement agency must issue a ticket before a company can tow your car. tow truck drivers lined city hall to protest this afternoon. they say the actions of a few should not force regulations for the entire industry. how much do you make now? soon potential employers will not be able to ask that question during a job interview in philadelphia. the mayor said he will sign a bill approved by council which bans employers asking for salary history. lawmakers say it makes it harder for women and minorities to close the wage gap. tonight the battle keep a fire engine open full time in wilmington. the problem is the city doesn't have enough money. one city leader hopes the state can help to pay for it. the union says keeping it open part time is risking lives and this comes after the loss of three firefighters. brandon hudson has the story.
>> reporter: a city council man and local firefighters say by keeping fire engine six open you are saving tens of thousands of lives. they are asking for $300,000 to do it. tonight, wilmington fire engine six is in use after an outcry from firefighters. the engine was taken out of service on certain days last monday to save overtime costs. the controversial program is known as a rolling bypass. city councilman robert williams is appealing to the state to reel it in. >> we are asking to stop the conditional closure. >> reporter: he says they hope to get $300,000 sent by next month while the city transitions to a new mayoral administration. williams told nbc 10 he people he represents want to see the fire engine available at all times. >> they are honestly scared for their safety. the night these three firefighters died in a fire, the same engine was in bypass that
evening. >> reporter: engine six was shut down the morning of a devastating september row home fire which led to the deaths of three firefighters. one of the victims, fire captain christopher leech was assigned to engine six. >> my family is directly affected by this. the whole city is affected by this. >> the firefighter was at tonight's city council meeting. he said $300,000 is a good start to keep the engine from shutting down. >> the job of the union is to fight for jobs and keep the citizens, visitor and firefighters of the city safe. >> reporter: the says he hopes the 300 grand come from the $1.5 million promised by the state for police protection in wilmington. we reached out to fire chief anthony goode and his spokesman but neither of them have a comment at this time. tonight wilmington city council approved a plan to dedicate three fire houses after each of the fallen firefighters.