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>> jim: you're watching the nfl on cbs, the colts and the packers. jim nantz, phil simms, tracy wolfson. kneel-downs remaining. "60 minutes" will be seen in its entirety except on the west coast. >> phil: two things. how about the shake off of the blitz and how about the the deep down-the-field throw knowing they were going to blitz. they changed the protection, gave him time. he hit t.y. hilton. though plays and the will to win the game. >> jim: two things that luck said to us in meeting with him yesterday. chud is a really good play caller. we put a good amount of pressure on us to call the game.
the drive for the touchdown. how about this one? oh, my gosh. off balance. going to his left. in this one, to win the game for the colts. >> jim: when they plast played, rereferenced it before, the game that chuck pagano missed. he was diagnosed with leukemia. the packers were supportive. they wore the chuck strong uniforms under the colts became back from 18 down to win it. luck's rookie year. but pagano kept telling his team that hey, last year there were three teams that came back from a 3-5 start to make the postseason. houston, washington an kansas city. that could be us. >> phil: well, a great pressure game by the colts.
was their whole season. their defense came through big time for most of the game. andrew luck the last couple plays were the difference. >> jim: todman got it started. colts go to 4-5. the packers 4-4. it's a 31-26 final in favor of indianapolis. tonight on cbs begins with "60 minutes" and ncis los angeles and madam secretary. for phil and tracy j let's go to jims brown in new york. >> all right, jim, indeed. the indianapolis colts did not look like a 1-3 road win. they get the win in green bay. 31-26. right now we're going to take you to san diego where the tennessee titans and the san diego chargers are at 43-35. let's join our announcers there, kevin harland an dan fouts and
forcing the chargers to return. the chargers are looking for the onside kick. they have ten guys within 15 yards of the football. only one return man back at the 20 yard line. that is isaiah burkes, the guy that just joined the team. >> it is a one-score game. tennessee has forced stoppages three time-outs and the two-minute warning. chargers are down to one that clock roll. let's see what ryan succop d the deep boot. it will go over the head and trickle out of the end zone and go to the 25 and a touchback with a first and 10 for rivers with a time-out and an ought-point lead. dan: i disagree so much with that kickoff into the end zone. you give the chargers the ball at the 25. they have no -- the chargers had no chance to return that
burse was at the 20-yard line. he would have had to go back to get the ball inside the 5 or the 10 if you just bloop it down there. and now the chargers get all that yardage. and they feel more confident because of that. when you're backed up deep in your own end, you get a little nervous, kevin. kevin: you don't want to bloop it, either. fullback and a couple of tight ends. first and 10. melvin gordon. a good hit. and ihe linebacking corps. and hit right there by spence. dan: sean spence has had a heck of an afternoon. kevin: so here's what's happened today. 17 points off turnovers. two defensive touchdowns. a pick six and a fumble returned for a touchdown. as gordon hobbles off the field. the running back for san diego has been so important today. he's rushed for 138. he's caught four passes for 65. and they bring in kenneth
brennan said his ankle. dan: you think about the chargers losing dexter mccluster on saturday. and you can see he stepped on his own man there. and maybe twisted that right ankle. kevin: chargers today, some red zone struggles. second down and 10. watt is the fullback. farrow. that's upfield. derrick morgan. former number one ck gain of three and danny up to the 28. dan: titans electing not to use a time-out just yet. they know they have -- they have used a time-out. and took them a while to get it, though. a few seconds went off the clock. valuable seconds. kevin: each team with one. and we've got the two-minute warning looming. and here comes gordon. i don't know if it was a cramp or the ankle. it looked like he turned his right ankle on that last play. dan: he is a tough young man.
primary back. all three downs he plays. has had a huge day today. and the chargers desperately need him here on this third and 7. the chargers just 3-9 converting third downs this afternoon. kevin: four defensive backs. handoff to gordon. breaking tackles. he's amazing. galloping his way deep in the and he hits the chalk at the 25. that was sensational. 47-yard run. dan: that's a ballgame clinching winning run right there. how many tackles did he break? right there. there's one. there's two. and both of those guys were defensive backs. and gordon just overpowered
run allowed by this titan defense this season, the second-year running back out of wisconsin, melvin gordon. a 47-yard run. and a time-out taken by san diego. they've used their final one. referee: san diego, their third and final. will be 30 seconds. dan: boy, that is really puzzling. i'm not sure why you would call time-out here. if you're san diego. rivers was r ball. he had the play he wanted. and now you really give life to tennessee. they've had trouble turning the ball over. taking the ball away from flair opponents. -- their opponents. play clock running down. kevin: sure was. dan: let it run down. take the five-yard penalty. kevin: tennessee titans are 4-4
dan: that happens after a long run or long pass. kevin: with the first and 10 and a couple of tight ends in. it's gordon again who carves out another couple. he picks up three. he's run for 188. dan: that's over 100 yards more than the titans as a team give up rushing on average this season. kevin: good note. they average an opponent's offensive running game. 5 yards. that's number one in the nfl. you're right. so you're right. they've not been able to stop him today. gordon is a different back, though. we talked about it earlier in the game. had the very disappointing rookie season. did not score a touchdown. so he met with adrian peterson. they trained in houston this past off-season. he wears his number. as a tribute to the guy he's idolized and he has completely turned around his career.
he has been a star. dan: did not score a touchdown at all last season. really matured nicely. kevin: second and 7. here he goes again. bursting down to the 10. make it the 15-yard line. and about a gain of eight. on the play. let's see what in a gets him. he's inside the 16. he's shy of the first down. by about a half yard which will take us to the two-minute warning. remaining. and the chargers lead it on cbs. urkey is the giblets. cook the turkey upside down and it will baste itself. i like my turkey carved thick! everyone's got an opinion when it comes to turkey. even subway. our new thick-cut autumn carved turkey sandwich has all-white-meat, no artificial preservatives or flavors, and is topped with sliced cheddar and sweet cranberry mustard sauce on freshly-baked wheat bread. only at subway.
available at kay, jared and zales. with "60 minutes" and the presidential election. followed by all new episodes of ncis: los angeles. madam secretary and elementary. that's tonight. only cbs. no time-outs. third down and 1 for the san diego chargers. rivers. gordon. poking his way with the woodyard tackle and a gain of
tennessee titans. and it is disappointed mashus mariota. -- marcus mariota. dan: victory formation time for san diego. tennessee cannot stop the clock. and the chargers are going to hold on to a fourth quarter lead. they had blown three of them in their five losses so far this year. high fives all around. kevin: the chargers will win their third game in the last after beginning this season 1-4, they'll go to 4-5. trying to keep pace in the toughest division in pro football. the a.f.c. west. we've got three 6-2 teams. and for the tennessee titans, they've fallen back a game and a half now of idle houston. they had won three of four coming in. a pick six by flowers.
ball, a fumble recovery touchdown run. 41 yards. and the quarterback, philip rivers, with a couple of touchdown passes. one to gates. one to williams. and a big win for the chargers. on the doorstep of what is one of the biggest decision days here with election day coming in for a chance to perhaps build a new stadium, in san diego, the election on tuesday. and hoping for the best. e 476 yards. no turnovers. one sack allowed. and 36 1/2 minutes. with a 196 rushing-yard attempt by melvin gordon. mariota. 27-43. 313. three touchdowns and two picks. and rivers 275 with 24-33
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mark hasse is in oakland with more on two teams eying the same prize. >> reporter: we know tonight is a battle for first in the afc west here in oakland, but the broncos and raiders have matching 6-2 records by two very different methods. for the broncos it is once again defense first. the denver defense ranking in the top five for fewest yards and fewest points allowed. the broncos offense is from the bottom. oakland, their offenseis the bottom. so something has to give tonight. >> it's going to be a tough game. everybody knows that. they are a good team. everybody knows it's going to be a battle. so that's the mindset we are going into it with. i know everybody is looking forward to playing in the black hole. >> the stakes have never been this high going into oakland. going there with the afc west championship on the line and them being good and going to get a jack.
del rio is 1-1 against his former team. michael, back to you. >> the broncos have won eight of their last nine games against the raiders. recent history on their side tonight. >> thank you, michael. and just into our newsroom, broncos linebacker brandon marshall says he will stand up for the national anthem for the rest of the season. >> he made announcement on social media. he said i will be standing for the national anthem not because everything is perfect or i am changing my stance on things, but for what my hope of what can become. he will be working with the idris stelly foundation, a group in the bay area that offers assistance to victims of police violence. >> marshall made national headlines at the start of the season when he joined colin kaepernick in kneeling during the national anthem. he said he did it to bring awareness to social injustice.
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