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and now they take a time-out. >> referee: time-out. 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
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-ou t 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
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.
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
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>> a low snap did not help but chandler catanzaro misses from 47, otherwise it would be the 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
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. 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.
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,
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 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
>> 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 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.
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.
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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
>> 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 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
a car. >> i'm katie crowd crowther, thanks for saying with us. >> rickie mitchell is live there with more details. what do you know so far? >> katie, while the sheriff's office hasn't released he any nfks about what happens, a witness did see two cars involved in roada time the baby was shot. >> michael jones says he and his wife were driving on i-43 north when he saw a car pull on to a freeway in front of another car. while jones asked us not to show his face he believes this silver car was one of the vehicles involved. >> the guy in the black car, grand am, put up his finger like this. >> according to the north short fire department crews responded to a parking lot off i-43 north
two month old girl who had been shot. the exact location is unclear, but a portion of i-43 north near keefe avenue was shut down. >> a car was hold with one visible are on the passenger door side. >> she was first treated in this parking lot before paramedics took her to the children's hospital with >> you know, i said to my wife and sister-in-law, let's pull ahead of them before they start shooting. >> >> reporter: and the sheriff's office hasn't released any information about possible suspects nick. they did reopen the interstate before 8:00 p.m. tonight. reporting live, tmj4 rickie mitchell. >> milwaukee police tell us the
few other details have been released. investigators are still working to confirm the woman's identity and notify family members i. not far away at 32nd and atkinson and overnight crash left two women dead. the man driving lost control of the suv and a utility struck a utility pole. >> decision 2016 now, democrat presidential nominee hill is canceling a west coast campaign trip for monday and tuesday after a health episode at today's 9/11 memorial in new york city. video taken by a bystander shows her wobbling and held up by three people. tlin of clinton's doctor says she became overheated and dehydrated. her campaign later revealed she
>> her o opponent donald trump was at the same ceremony. trump has questioned whether she is physically fit. when questioned trump said only, i don't know anything about it. today, of course, the 15th anniversary of 9/11. a live picture for you right now of the tribute in light. it honors the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in the september 11th attacks. that light will stay on until dawn. all over the n deadliest terror attack on american soil and pay tribute to those we lost. we begin at ground zero. [ music ] [ music ] [ music ] sgldz jeremiah joseph aherron. >> joanne marie. >> 15 years later. >> >> reporter: the memories of
yet to fade. an estimated 8,000 people gathered today around the memorial at ground zero in lower manhattan to honor, remember and pay their respects. [ music ] [ music ] >> a crowd of family members and friends gathered at the memorial in shanksville, pennsylvania honoring the heroes who gave their lives to divert the high jacked plane headed for the capital. >> their spirits live >> while president obama took part in a service at the pentagon sharing a message of respect and resolve. >> in the end, the most enduring memorial to those we lost is ensuring the america that we continue to be. that we stay true to ourselves. that we stay true to what's best
that we do not let others divide us. >> reporter: and here at home, all saints cathedral in milwaukee held a special service tonight to honor 9/11 responders. a local please left milwaukee to help out in new york city after the attacks. father thomas winslow died in 2012 after his lungs were damaged from inhaling dust and debris at ground zero. when he was caed when he saw human need and suffering he went to see what he could do to help alleviate it. and i think that's a legacy that we could all hopefully live into our own way whether locally, our communities, wherever we're called upon to help. >> all saints cathedral dedicated a plaque that will hang in the church's library.
display. >> milwaukee chief flynn was at the pentagon on 9/11. today he laid a wreath in memory of the 60 police officers killed that day. >> the first line of defense is our police officers and they are the ones terrorists seek out to attack in order to strip people of their possessions. >> families gathered on the streets of downtown milwaukee this afternoon for the protective services parade which ended at the war the milwaukee fire department organized the parade. storm team 4 now, it was a beautiful day here in southeast wisconsin, although it is starting to feel more and more like fall. meteorologist scott steele is here with a first check of the forecast. >> really katie, you think so? just wait, in a couple days it will really feel like fall. for now, let's enjoy what's out
live look from downtown tower cam, as we look to the northwest, not a loud to be seen. your weather word is superb, clear and dry conditions outside, just a little chilly, we've dipped to 59 degrees, folks in waukesha. still mid-60s in milwaukee, dew points low, in the 50s, low humidity. let me take you around the clock. looks like it will stay clear until the morning commute tomorrow with temperatures holing degrees. >> thanks, scott. the weather so nice it had packers fan taking to the streets literally to watch the season opener. >> fans had a couple of fun at a couple block parties. >> >> reporter: the wait is over, the people here obviously happy with the first game of the packers. throughout the area there were street closure to celebrate the
it was the third hottest game for the packers in jacksonville, the weather couldn't have been better for street partyers here in milwaukee. >> it remind me of lamb bau field because we always go multiple times a year. >> camp bar has held first game season parties in past years but this was the first time they pushed it out into the street. >> we don't often find an opportunity to congregate as a community. >> kids were walking around with dogs were invited. >> you can't be in wisconsin and be a dog and not be a packer fan. >> at the start of the season there are high hopes. >> ready to go! >> ready to go! >> out at drink responsibly public in east milwaukee the 15th annual 9/11 anniversary wasn't forgotten.
like 9/11, it's definitely a great thing for the league and for everyone. >> and it's definitely great to have a win in the first game of the season. reporting in shorewood, veronica macias, today' tjm4. >> now let's get to the good stuff. lance allen joins us with the highlights of today's big game. >> hey katie, high-powered offense, good shut down defense thrilling day. heat was a factor, feeling like it was triple digits, the packers seemed to handle it better than the jaguars with the packers down 17-14, rogers to devonte, what a throw, both teams kick just two field goals each in the second half, so the defense delivers and after the jaguars converted they couldn't get the most important one with
27-23. rod burks was in jacksonville. >> the green bay packers came down here and beat the jags in their climate and it was a defense that stood tall. they got a crucial 4th down stop that sealed the game. >> it was hautot in miami, but s was our hottest as far as the heat and humidity. i felt like guys got their feet wet in the first quarter, wad a good rotation going in all positions. >> we tried to get as many fresh bodies in as we could, we were all rotating. >> it was hot but the packers battled through the conditions and the play on 4th and one sealed the deal. >> that's basically what we've been doing throughout the whole
pushing through. >> we were out there pretty much by ourselves, ball has to come out through a bubble and like i said, it was great defensive effort. >> saw a lot of guys to the ball, quarterback let the ball go and everybody was to the ball. that's what we focused on in the off-season. >> quarterback sam shields did leave the game after a hard hit. you could tell he was hurting. don't know his status moving forward for the packers. next up, minnesota. here in jacksonville, i'm rod burks. >> couple of guys the packers node to make big plays got the job done. that and a whole lot more come up in sports. >> coming up "live at 10:00" o'clock how a man is taking the safety of his own block in his hands. who he hired for cons at that point in time neighborhood watch.
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>> more news now, a school bus driver is dead after a bus veered off the roadway and crashed no a concrete wall. the bus was reportedly carrying members of a high school football team which had played in california on friday night. fed up with rising crime in his neighborhood so he has hired a private security firm to keep watch. the team of off duty officers walks the area with guns and handcuffs section days aweek, eight hours a day. six days a week. >> i have solved the problem with my neighborhood but what i've done is pushed the problem to another street corner in chicago. that's not the results that we as citizens should be looking
neighborhood, drug dealing, pros tuesday and loitering. that resident has budgeted $50,000 a year for that security service. >> celebrating cultures, colors and communities, the theme of this year's mexican independence day festival. [ music ] [ music ] [ music ] >> that festival on south chase followed a parade that kicked things off. mexican independence day marks the day on which the war that led to that countr today's weather was a work of art. will it continue into the start of our week? meteorologist scott steele is here with the forecast. hey, scott. >> it's a pick worth painting! >> the sky was lovely today. welcome to the weather center, everybody. it's great to have your country. appreciate you staying oup late with us. great mood after that packers victory. victory in the forecast as well for at least one more day.
exercise nothing to worry about at all. coming our way tomorrow, crystal clear overnight tonight, perfect start to the end of a weekend, but one day drop in temperatures dramatically will lead to highs in the 60s, cooler air coming in, taste of autumn. today's temperatures not bad, where we should be, 73 in beaver dam, 7 had 4 in watertown, 72 in waukesha and our reading at milwaukee international occurred before 2:00 in the afternoon, three degrees above average. the average this time of year, 73 degrees and we've dipped at 11:00. we're still hanging out in the mid-60s in milwaukee, racine, 65 there and 62 in kenosha. the dew points remain low, in
the stable atmosphere will yield beautiful sunshine again tomorrow. winds light out there. they're going to kick up quite a bit as that next storm system approaches from the north. tomorrow afternoon will be breezy. warmer, 78 degrees in denver, colorado. we'll see temperatures up just a couple degrees before that drop. here's a look at satellite radar combination, beautiful skies hundreds of m courtesy of a -- tomorrow that system drops down from the north by tuesday. across southeastern wisconsin now, again, nothing but stars out there, future forecast indicates that's the way it stays. look what happens as that next storm system approaches from the northwest, showers roll in this time for tuesday. forecast tonight, look for clear skies, mild temperatures down to