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the third time that would happen if the score holds up. 30-0. and most of the 70,000-plus are gone, except for the chiefs fans wearing red. the texans fans showed up in their red, as well. sammy bonn, that 71-0 game was asked if his pass for a touchdown was held? he said we would have lost 73-7 instead of 73-0. >> jon: i put a premium on coaching, mike, as an ex-coach. what a staff. doug pederson. rumored to be a hot head coaching candidate. emmitt thomas. how about dave toub, the special teams today? kickoff return for a touchdown. three punts inside the 20.
they get it done in the meeting room with their coaching, too. >> mike: two knees and close this out. let's talk about houston for a moment. they're going to play a first place schedule. the bengals and patriots in denver next year. the afc north. the tough schedule ahead. they'll play kansas city. they'll be in the market for a quarterback. no doubt about it in their offseason. look ahead for kansas city. as bill o'brien's season will end, 9-7, first playoff game. what about the chiefs going forward to denver or new england next weekend? >> jon: a big loss in maclin. you lose chaurls and potentially maclin, it's a big bite out of your skill on offense. over the last 13 games, mike, with this included, they've given up less than 12 points a game. cow can ride that a long way. andy reid knows it.
been good for kansas city teams in this great sports year. this that wonderful city, world series champ royals beat the astros in a memorable game. and a playoff shutout for andy reid and the chiefs over the texans. 30-0, here today. alex smith, a second playoff win. standing by. >> lisa: thank you, mike. in the second half, you started to make it look easy. what came together and started working? >> um, i think a little by just identifying how they were going the play us. knowns. been a long time. seeing how they would treat formations and personal nell. halftime. >> lisa: what impact did the opening kickoff return, what did everything? >> you never expect to start a game like that. that's what we feel like. three phases of football. >> lisa: you're moving on. maclin.
>> we'll find out. you know, i'm sure. but, you know, obviously, he's a huge player. tremendous player for us outside. anytime a guy like that goes down, i mean, it's hard. it's hard. he's such a leader for us on and off the field. we'll see. right now, we don't know. >> lisa: 11 consecutive wins after starting 1-5. what is going on with this team? >> it's everything. it's hard to explain. you know, a little bit like i said, three phases of football. high-character guys that put in to so, yeah. >> lisa: thank you very much. congratulations. >> thank you. >> mike: number one overall pick. alex smith. found that man, andy reid. chopping their way to the last eight in the nfl playoffs. kansas city is moving on. he gets a kiss from his wife, tammy. 30-0, our final score here. stay tuned for the gmc post game on "sportscenter" coming up next on espn. when we come back to houston,
gruden grinder. it's been a presentation of espn. and a kansas city win in houston. in the playoffs. again. for the first time in 2years, the chiefs have won playoff game. they do it with they won the last playoff game. in houston. they won one in the afl. came here and beat the oilers. time for the gruden grirnd. this is big. a wild card grinder.
>> i would like to give to it the chiefs. i'm picking travis kelce. the tight end. pro bowl tight end of the chiefs. what a game he's had here today. eight catches. 128 yards. he did it all day long. corner route. beautiful pattern. he beat jackson. went up and got it. and then just a simple flat route. he gets the first down. he beats kevin johnson. another first round draft choice on a deep cross. then he goes down and gets a low ball. make johnathan joseph miss. he's off to the races. he kept the chains moving. he picked up the slack. when maclin went down. if maclin can't play, it will be a lot more kelce. >> that's the way it was last year. the offense did the job. special teams, defense. reid's team gets a shutout. never happened before regular season or post season. the most games as a head coach. see you in hawaii.
enjoy the rest of the playoff. good luck to our friends 59 fox, cbs and abz. those of you on espn, we'll go to "sportscenter." those of you watching on abc, your local station will pick up with regularly scheduled programming. we say good night from houston. 30-0, kansas city. sfx: rocket blasting off (ding) (dong) (ding) (ding) (ding) (ding) (ding) (ding) sfx: (countdown) 3, 2, 1 (ding) (ding) (ding)
[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >>no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news at 6:00. stephanie: right now on news nine, how much rain will fall. tomorrow. one inch or two inches sunday night into monday. it' drizzle. that is cause for concern. road crews may be going out because of slick conditions with temperatures right around freezing. the careful this evening -- be careful this evening. we are only within a degree or
with that freezing drizzle, some slick spots. tomorrow, the main event, one-to inches. i will talk more about how much rain, win, and also the threat for gusty wind. stephanie: thank you so much. commitment 2016 coverage, one month from today granite staters will cast their votes in the first in the nation primary. that means many candidates are ramping up their campaign strategies. wmur' s kria sakakeeny explains just how critical these final weeks are for presidential hopefuls. >> no candidate in recent history has made it to the oval office without coming in first or second in new hampshire' s primary. there will be no holding back. if you live in new hampshire and have not crossed paths with the primary candidates, that would change this month. >> we will find candidates
people will find candidates and pretty much anywhere. can' t scoop up, expected volunteers to make that one-on-one connection. >> you will have volunteers in the state making more phone so that part will ramp up. >> for the republican field, candidates will be themselves on issues. >> jobs, economy, national security, heroin epidemic, those kinds of things the candidates connections. >> experts say negative tv ads will come on strong, funded by candidate super pacs. what matters the most,
>> where the difference between second and fifth could be a couple of thousand votes, getting out the vote matters. >> the republican field is expected to narrow. candidates who come in six or below will likely help out soon after. stephanie: thank you. tomorrow, hillary clinton will be in manchester to pick up an endorsement from planned parenthood. on donald trump will host a town
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stephanie: the nation' s largest powerball jackpot has grown to $900,000 million. that number has been growing since november 4. ahead of the drawing tonight people have been heading out to , get their tickets all day today. wmur' s kristen carosa spoke with a few who think they have the lucky numbers. she' s live at bunny' s superette in manchester. >> this is one busy place as the countdown to the drawing continues. people are already thinking about how they will spend that cash. it is the largest powerball jackpot in u.s. history, $900 million is up for grabs. >> we are not getting a thing done besides is selling tickets. >> robin owns south street market in concord and it has been one busy place. >> people don' t know how to fill out the numbers. we have to walk them through it.
maybe a first-time winner. >> the new hampshire state lottery says the jackpot is bringing in more than $300,000 an hour, and that number continues to grow. >> one person could win $900 million. it is really kind of crazy. >> the lucky winner can receive the money over 30 years or take one long sum. -- lump some of about $570 million. it is a decision this group hopes they get to make. >> we will be talking to lawyers and accountants, as well as close friends, if we hit the jackpot. >> charlotte organized a community pool, more than 1100 people are in. >> i sent out a notice asking people if they wanted to join in the pool. tons of people said yes.
s drying, and the group says those tickets will be in safe hands -- tonight' s drawing, and those tickets will be safe in hand. >> i figured i would come down. i do have two dollars in the cool as well. -- pool as well. >> just about everybody is getting in on the action. you can watch the drawing live here. stephanie: thank you so much. we have an office pool here. fingers crossed. >> the playoffs have begun.
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gloomy today, no sunshine, clouds overhead. a few areas of drizzle. tonight, it is freezing on contact in a lot of locations. be very careful. a lot of this not showing up on radar. there could be rain or drizzle coming down over dairy, manchester, be very careful this evening, especially on secondary roadways. temperatures hovering around freezing all across the state. there could be freezing on the roadways. take caution if you are driving anywhere tonight or early tomorrow morning. the temperatures will soar through the overnight because this system is on the way,
50 degrees, especially in southern new hampshire. with the heavy rain with this warm air, some snow, 1-2 inches flooding in a few areas. for the mount washington valley and central new hampshire, where rain tomorrow. also, the wind will be gusty. right at the coast, gusts near 50-55 miles per hour, so a high wind watch for the coast line tomorrow night. there could be sporadic power outages along the coastline. here is the timeline, showers in the morning, noontime tomorrow, it is pouring, and alter the afternoon, round after round of heavier tropical-like downpours as temperatures surge. all of it done by midnight tomorrow night, but monday
the temperatures returned to the cooler levels. here is what you can expect tomorrow. early morning, showers, heavier pouring by noontime with temperatures in the 40' s. upper 40' s by 5:00 in the evening with wind picking up across the state. snow showers on monday, temperatures cooler. tuesday, wednesday, flurries, temperatures only in the 20' s midweek, recovering into the 30' s by late in the week. we will be right back. [ horn honks ] okay, this is u.s. cellular, and this is verizon. now, same phones, but with u.s. cellular you get 6 gigs of 4g data for only $40 per month -- $20 less than verizon. and u.s. cellular's network was built to work in places like out here, here, and here. so, with all of that, why would you ever go to verizon? switch to u.s. cellular now and get 6 gigs of data for just $40 a month plus get $300 back.
announcer: now, jason king and news nine sports. >> wild-card weekend. the patriots watching closely. the chiefs and the texans, new england could face the winner of this game next weekend. opening kickoff, chiefs' nile davis takes the kick six yards deep the blockers open up a , hole. davis is gone, untouched returning the opening kickoff 106-yards for the touchdown, texans quarterback brian hoyer was responsible for five turnovers, four interceptions and one fumble. londonderry' s ryan griffin
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