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>> al: again overtime rules,
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each team the possibility to process the ball. and the team receiving the kickoff, arizona, scores a touchdown. anything less, the ball will at least be taken by green bay for a possession. if they're tied after one possession each, the next score wins. unlike the regular season, game cannot end in a tie. in the regular season, each team gets two time-outs. but because this is like the start of a new game and a half, you get three timeouts. so, crosby, to put the ball in the air. and nelson will take it and take a knee in the end zone. you talk about having cameras everywhere, when you have you seen this? we have a camera on the coin. and you heard him say it didn't flip. and it didn't flip. >> cris: i have seen pizzas flip more than that. >> al: oh, man. >> cris: he couldn't do that if he tried it 100 times and not have it flip once. >> al: you can't.
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>> cris: really perceptive by aaron rodgers to immediately call for -- >> al: all of the packers did. matthews. >> cris: laughing by the end of it. >> al: and now, arizona from the 20 yard line. blitz coming. palmer extending the play. crosses the field. larry fitzgerald. fitzgerald, is going to take it into green bay territory. larry fitzgerald in the 30, the 20. larry fitzgerald, it's insane. to the 4 yard line. one of the greatest postseason perforrs ever. his only postseason was one for the ages. what happens here? 75 yards, first and goal. >> cris: as great as it was by fitzgerald, it may be better by carson palmer. watch in. escapes, finds fitzgerald across the field, to set this entire thing up. and this was a huge tackle at the end.
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fitzgerald scores, it's over. great play by casey hayward to give them a chance. and what we've seen around the goal line from arizona, who knows? >> al: play clock all the way down. and arizona has to take a time-out. took everybody through all of the excitement and having to go 75 yards to get down there. back to see what fitzgerald did to get free. >> cris: he's going to come all the way across the field because all of the scrambling was happening. and carson palmer, not known for his mobility, not in the least. and burnett could scramble around. and then, somehow find larry fitzgerald, runs into bobby massie. i've seen anything. >> al: oh, yeah. >> cris: i've seen everything. >> al: at seven catches for larry fitzgerald. 171 yards.
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first and goal from the 5. david johnson is the running back. fitzgerald, set to the right. he's going to go to fitz again. incomplete. that time, sam shields covering. second down and goal. >> cris: they are also flying the safety over the top. ha ha clinton-dix is flying over the top to larry fitzgerald. somebody has to get that in there to carson palmer. you have got to be really careful now. they're not going to let fitzgerald beat them on the goal line. >> al: brown, on the left side. much tighter formation out of the shotgun. brown is the motion man. and flip to fitzgerald. he scores. and the cardinals win an amazing
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game. that, gang, was one for the ages. where do you begin to write the story of this one? >> cris: shovel pass, motion here, pulling in front. and simply up between. a very old-fashioned play.
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a very old-fashioned play caller, bruce arians, came up with, at the perfect time. and who better than larry fitzgerald, who simply took over this football game. carson palmer on the scramble. they lose larry fitzgerald. and here you go. i can't believe what i'm seeing out of this ball game. al, come on. you've been doing this a long time. you seen anything like it? >> al: this is -- as i said, this is one for the books here. in so many ways. there's so many plays. and it ends with number 11 going into the end zone. arizona moves on. green bay goes home. postgame next. we broabout this new car. to get your honest opinion to keep things unbiased, we removed all the logos. feels like a bmw. reminds me a little bit of like an audi. so, this car supports apple carplay.
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will come here. the star of the game, this time, only one game ball. it will go to the great larry fitzgerald. he was targeted 12 times. he caught eight, for 176 yards. and the 75-yarder to set up the game-winning t.d. and he caught that one. 176 total yards. when it is his time to be enshrined at canton, the highlight reel will include several plays from this game. and maybe it will include his conversation with michele tafoya. here they are. >> larry, another remarkable postseason performance. in overtime, let's talk about the first 75-yard play. what happened? >> it was an over route. and got a little pressure. over in the flat. and i tried to get to the end zone. that's an unbelievable job of the plays for us. our defense played lights-out today.
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and a great team effort. >> how did you guys overcome so many ups and downs and fight through some rough performances to pull this one off? >> we're a resilient team. a lot of guys that believe in each other. we work hard in practice every day. we believe. and coach instills that into us. keep on fighting next week. >> fighting next week. what's the mindset of this team, now that this one's in the books? >> glad to get this behind us. it was tough. that team was really good. you have to tip your hats to them. they did a great job today. but we found a way to win. that's what it's all about. >> congratulations, larry. >> i appreciate it. >> michele, thank you. larry, thank you. and we're almost finished from the desert. one more break, and then, al and cris, to somehow fry to wrap this one up. be good. text mom. boys have been really good today. send. let's get mark his own cell phone. nice. send.
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welcome back to the volkswagen passat postgame report. >> let's go back to the end of the game in regulation. unbelievably, as was the case in the detroit game, in the regular season, hail mary, jeff janis pulls it in. and that ties the game. and arizona wins the coin flip, which had to be flipped a second time. fitzgerald, the 75-reception. and the five-yard shovel pass. he caught 7 balls for 170 yards in the second half alone. he had one catch for six yard in the first half. cris, larry fitzgerald's father is a sportswriter. he can't come up with a lead.
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where does he start tonight? >> you can't get enough of this stuff. we laugh sometimes. we're all so addicted to the national football league. but there is no reality television out there that can match the drama that we just saw. those men putting everything on the line. so many injuries. here we are with insanity. can you imagine if that had been reversed and green bay had gotten the ball there? >> six years ago, they met in the playoff game here. highest scoring postseason game in overtime, 51-45. what a rivalry this has become. >> we say thanks, very much, for the great show. >> we're done. to nantz and sims and buck and aikman, our buddies, good luck the rest of the way. arizona beats green bay. the final score, 26-20. "saturday night live" expect on the west coast, coming up. adam driver.
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and musical guest, chris stapleton. for our entire great crew, al michaels, cris collinsworth, and michele tafoya, saying good night from glendale, arizona. what a game. nbc sports thanks for you watching this special presentation of the national football league.
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developing right now, an emergency situation in arlington. find out what forced the evacuation of the police
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department. major news affecting nearly every corner of the world. the u.s. does a prison swap with iran, and that country is freed of economic sanctions. and new reaction tonight from a neighbor of one of the local men arrested on isis-related charges. news4 at 11:00 starts now. the arlington police department evacuated after a bomb threat. employees had to be moved to another location. the building is on north courthouse road. police blocked off streets and asked people to avoid the area. news4's darcy spencer is live in arlington with the developing story. darcy? >> reporter: erica, the bomb squad went into the building tonight and searched for hours. fortunately, nothing was found. everything has been cleared at this point. and all the street closures that were happening for hours this evening, they've also been lifted. everything back to normal. this all started with a threat
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from what they're calling an automated telephone call that's basically a computer call, saying there was an explosive device in the building. a detection dog did alert on something in the public library area of the arlington county police station and that's why the building was evacuated for hours this evening. that affected police, 911, and the sheriff's office. i'm told normal police operations continued. they went to a backup plan. how do you continue 911 operations without people in there? >> sure. so we have a backup location for our 911 operations. they are moving to that location at this point. so there should be no interruption into our 911 call center. >> reporter: now, police are still trying to figure out where exactly this phone call came from, but they say they can be very difficult to trace, because it comes from a computer system, and that remains under investigation tonight. erica, back to you. >> darcy spencer live in arlington for us. now to those big
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developments from iran. a whirlwind day ended with the u.s. and world powers lifting sanctions and implementing the new ordeal. the day began with iran releasing five americans in a prison swap. as nbc's richard engel shows us, one of those citizens was "washington post" reporter jason razian. >> reporter: the breakthrough was announced here in vienna and diplomats are calling this implementation day, the day the iran deal came into effect. the day iran was welcomed back to international markets. it seemed like a sweetener in a nuclear deal worth billions to iran. and for five americans, it was sweet indeed. they were finally freed. >> we have received confirmation that five americans who had been unjustly detained in iran have been released from custody. >> reporter: among those released, amir hekmati, a former marine held for over four long years, accused of aiding a
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hostile country. saeed abedini, jail for over three years. >> it's something we've been hoping for and praying for. >> and jason rezaian, "the washington post" teheran-based reporter, held often in solitary confinement for a year and a half. >> it's spectacular news. we're just so happy. can't wait to see him. >> "the washington post" in a statement said we couldn't be happier to hear the news. matt trevithick, a student held for 40 days was also released. in exchange, the u.s. agreed to release seven iranians held in the united states. while the prisoner swap is technically unrelated to the nuclear deal, critics denounced washington for signing any agreement while teheran held americans. and hours after the swap was announ announced, the nuclear deal over two years in the making did move ahead. >> iran has carried out necessary measures under that agreement.
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>> reporter: at least two americans are still believed to be held or missing in iran. the americans who were released today are expected to eventually make their way to germany for medical check-ups before heading home. richard engel, nbc news, vienna. and now, your storm team 4 forecast. >> the coldest air this season will start to move in sunday night and be with us monday as well as tuesday. as you make plans for your martin luther king jr. holiday, make sure they include a coat, scarf, gloves, and sunglasses as well. at least we will be tracking dry weather. but it won't only be cold, it will be breezy to windy throughout the entire day, and because of how cold it will feel, it's going to be a storm team 4 weather alert day. high of 27. but at breakfast, feeling like single digits to around ten degrees. not much better for lunch and dinner. by dinnertime, the temperature around 23. now, before we hit monday, we have some snow in the forecast tomorrow. the latest timing coming up in my full forecast. >> thanks, amelia.
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two men from woodbridge face terrorism charges after one of them allegedly tried to go to syria to join isis. joseph faroke was arrested friday in richmond. prosecutors charged him with attempting to provide material support and resources to a terrorist organization. mahmoud hasan is charged with aiding faarooq. tonight his neighbors in woodbridge reacted to the arrest. >> it's very scary. because we have lots of kids here. it's just really scary, just to think that somebody so close to you could be affiliated with that. >> both men are expected in federal court in alexandria on tuesday. you can open our nbc washington app to read the charging documents. new tonight, metro trains head to a single track after a man stabbed himself. an ambulance took the man to the hospital in critical condition. pentagon city station never closed during the incident and trains are running normally this
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evening. an american missionary is among those killed in that terror attack in west africa. mike rittering worked for a mission based in st. louis. he was one of 28 killed when terrorists stormed an upscale hotel in burkina faso friday. an al qaeda affiliated group claimed responsibility. burkina faso's president said security forces killed four attackers, and freed over 100 people. nearly 20 people need a new place to stay tonight after flames tear through a prince george's county home and several firefighters did not escape unscathed. while you'll wake up tomorrow with a clearer picture of where the democratic presidential race stands, and we're getting our first look at one of el chapo's
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