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just joining us off the new england and jets game. what a wild one we've had here. jim nantz, phil simms, tracy wolfson. 2:29 to go. tied at 32-32 and third and a long yard for the raiders. murray picks it up. and if you're just joining us, this was a 1-point lead for the raiders at the intermission, then carr got hurt, dislocated, it throwing hand. missed a series. during all that time the panthers were starting their comeback, including later on an 88-yard touchdown pass from cam newt on the ginn and then the raiders were suddenly down eight, only to come back and tie with it a touchdown and a two. so the drive continues first and goal. a drive that began back at their own 13. ?
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give it to murray and he runs right into the arms of short. and an meet time-out by carolina, leaving them with one. phil: if you're a carolina fan, you might be going let them score, give us more time and time-outs. no, they're doing the right thing with two time-outs. that took two five seconds. let's say they run it again. you call a time-out. it's 1:5 you're out of time-outs. that would take it down to 1:10. that would give cam newton, best-case scenario around one minute or 55 seconds to get into position to get a game-tying field goal depending on what's here. jim: it's been a magnificent second half for cam newton. next week, regional action, the
it all begins at nfl today at noon eastern. phil: do you agree with that scenario? jim: i do. came out of the two-minute warning, the panthers had two. they just used one. you have to play it out. you're right. second and goal. and it is incomplete. that was andre h still to go. they decided to go up top. phil: i think they were trying to throw a screen inside but it was not there. then he had to come off it to his left side. he wanted to throw it the measurey. nice, safe play. even if you complete it they
moving. jim: third and goal. it's incomplete! it was klein on the coverage and no flag and janikowski is coming on to the field. phil: he had what he wanted. just threw it too quick and a.j. klein, they have -- they are putting him in tough spots. it's ait crabtree just kind of stumbles. three times today, we've seen this defense -- that's asking a lot of a.j. klein to cover receivers in the middle of the field one-on-one. jim: how happy do the panthers have to be? they didn't run it on second down. still have 1:45 to go. janikowski nails it.
calling, once they threw it on second down, it was incomplete. they were forced to throw it on third to try to score and go up. but the second down play i couldn't disagree with it. a little screen, it's safe. would have kept the clock moving if they didn't score. so you can second guess those play calls but i'm not. but to go back to a.j. klein, jim. all those situationshe putting him in that would be luke kuechly usually. jim: tonight on cbs, "60 minutes" with its story on the groundbreaking study on as heimer's. then all-new episodes of ncis, madam secretary, cbs. so the raiders vinleder a 17-point halftime lead. go down eight after 25
the raiders peel off 11 unanswered to take a three-point lead. janikowski has just converted his 200th all-time field goal at home. phil: well, jack del rio knows an his offense. still has question marks about his defense. this is where you have an offense in a certain situation and you have to have some closers on the defensive side to get it jim: kicks in this direction have not gone all that deep, but this one does, however. beautifully done. janikowski earning the touchback. phil: in this second half, cam newton has been throwing the football absolutely magnificently. he's made some big-time throws. been right on the money. jim: one of the key things he
, people don't understand a team changes its identity every year. the last year, one of the trademarks of the team that went 15-1, they pulled out games like this. that has not been the case this year. all of those near misses we referred to in the worlds of ron rivera. could that change here today? first down. complete. and olsen has hold of it to the 45. phil: what a route by greg olsen. he goes down the field, goes outside and then breaks it back in. watch this move outside, stop. cam newton was looking at him the whole way. great drive starter right there. jim: olsen's 600th career catch
huge chunks to try to get into range at the least for a gano-tying field goal but with designs on something much bigger than that with 1:15 to go. phil: we've watched it. cam newton has got it going flowing the football now. so if you're going to play soft coverage and break on the ball, get there before he throws a fastball in there, it's not going to work. jim: down the sideline and thrown away. as mack was applying push. -- push. phil: khalil mack gets some pressure. make -- maybe saves a big completion. what a move that time. newton knows the pressure is coming and just gets rid of it.
run around you and trick you. that was a great spin move. jim: for nose just joining us, mack had a pick six right before halftime. second and 10. the chase is on and he is forced to just throw it away. it was bruce irvin along with mack. busting up the play. phil: bruce irvin this way. mack on the other side. khalil mack, that san awesome job bruce irvin is chasing cam newton. so cam newton has to -- no choice but to throw it out of bounds. jim: they have two downs to pick up 10 yards.
not where you wanted to use your final time-out but not happy with what he saw. phil: yeah, but it's the right thing to do. the clock was running down. they were having trouble gettling the formation they wanted and really all rivera is looking for here, give us a good field goal try. jim: ron rivera who agree up a of here in the monterey area and he was a raider fan. jim plunkett was his hero. he has family members who are raider die hearts -- die-hards, come to many of the games. phil: the raiders doinlts have to blitz because they have two terrific outdoor pass rushers. khalil mack and irvin so they
coverage. jim: third and 10, with time. middle of the field and off the hands of greg ol' sewn. -- olsen. phil: aggressive throw, 88, greg olsen going right down the middle of the field. a little bumpy. just enough where he couldn't get both hands clearly on the gets his fingertips. that would have been an unbelievable catch. jim: fourth and 10. it would have to be a 62-yard field goal. too far back. they're going to go for it. fourth and 10. game on the line. in trouble! and the raiders end it!
phil: this is what you have when you have outside pass rushers like mack and irvin. obvious desperate passing situations. they can finish the game. capitol hill mack on this side. here he comes. just overpowered trea turner. jim: this is very similar to what we saw not that far in here in super bowl 50 when it was von miller who was coming off that same edge wreak havoc on newton. carr with the glove on one hand, wedding ring on the other. and the raiders about to win their fifth in a row. phil: we talk about it, this will give you confidence. gives you faith. your quarterback gets hurt, the game turns around and they found a way to win it and khalil mack
and still got in there and stripped cam newton. jim: well, the raiders to go to 9-2. to stay in that current first position in the a.f.c. same record as the patriots. have a strength of schedule advantage at the moment. and around for a while and still has some old magic in it. it's the 50th year of the oakland coliseum. and it's come back to life with these young raiders. they've got their first winning season since 2002 with the victory today.
they can't block him and they have a finisher on the defensive side. jim: 35-32, oakland victory. cbs tonight, "60 minutes" then all-new ncis: los angeles, madam secretary and elementary. for phil and tracy, jim nantz saying so long from oakland. you've been watching the nfl on cbs. oh, that's lovely... so graceful. the corkscrew spin, flawless... ...his signature move, the flying dutchman. poetry in motion. and there it is, the "baby bird". breathtaking. a sumo wrestler figure skating? surprising. what's not surprising? how much money heather saved by switching to geico.
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higher elevations. > yeah, it is a definite filled like winter, snowy weather. the slight dusting of snow but nothing really sticking at this point. we have seen light flurries coming down throughout the afternoon. it started at 2:00 p.m. people enjoying the light nzt?uo drizzle and ?ft: the small handfuls of snow. th we found someone that cleaned wn]?off his wipers. this minnesota native dressed for summer says the weather has done nothing to him. he still considers it flip-flop
until i can't stand it anymore. everyone makes fun of me for it. he says he will keep wearing the flip-flops until his feet are buried in snow. adot says they have been pretreating the roads to keep the ice from forming and out 24/7 and they are devising drivers to keep a winter storm kit in their cars that includes water and extra coats and blankets. the full list of these items on the kit will be on the website and we will continue to monitor the storm and see if we get anymore snow up here and we will bring you the very latest tonight. live in flagstaff, lee ann rodriguez, back taglike thank you so much lee anna. we are seeing the snow continuing to fall in many
the line of snow around the rim there. we will continue to see more snow that will be falling in the overnight. the elevations can get anywhere from one to about 5-inches of snow in the next 24 hours. we will see very strong wind gusts as well and that's why we have the winter weather advisory in place. rain for the valleys and snow for the high valley and freezing temperatures for some areas and we will see freezing temperatures in the next couple of minutes close to the valley. grand canyon and flagstaff 3 to five and shiloh 2 to 4-inches for you. that winter weather advisory in effect until 6 in the morning. blight is under a wind advisory and cold temperatures in the valley and we will take a look at what you can expect coming up in an the seven-day forecast. just into our newsroom.
hospital after a person fell from a balcony at asu's auditorium. firefighters say that two people were seriously hurt and the other has minor injuries. now witnesses say a man in the balcony stepped over the wall to go to the bathroom not realizing there was nothing below on the other side of the wall. it happened during intermission and the show beautiful which resumed after those people who are hurt were taken to the hospital. our other top story at this hour. o 12-year-old boy after they were hit by a car crossing the street. jeff tells us live what happened. reporter: this appears to be a horrific accident. we can look behind me and the crime scene is active. we are standing near 19th avenue and northern. a lot of evidence markers on the ground. still taking a lot of measurements and trying to piece together what happened here. but what we know so far is that
were crossing a street apparently against the crosswalk lights so the guys were basically jaywalking. i spoke to one won't that said he was driving and saw them crossing the street and what he? said was a light jog. he slammed on his breaks and f0 next to him hit those two that were crossing the streets. and, of course, we later learned that both died at the hospital but here is what that witness had to say. >> my brain was trying to gi but the driver in the car accident hit the child and the man. too traumatized more than we are. so we are hearing from police that they believe that the driver was not under the influence and, of course, they are still trying to piece together what happened and there is no word if the driver will face charges.
good afternoon, arizona cardinals general manager steve kine will have a busy off season. frustrated today. do or die any game and larry fitzgerald, a beauty of a catch that led to carolina and taylor gabriel. short pass and gone. 17-10 and cardinals up. falcons driving dj swillenger. got to make the play and led to a falcons touchdown. 4th quarter cardinals driving and palmer to floyd and another drop. critical plays and critical
don't make them. the same score and cards where blaze campbell is off sides and giving the falcons a touchdown. gabriel 25 yards for another score. the teams trade a pair of touchdowns and the cards 4, 6 and 1 after a 39- 19 beat-down. >> this game came down to three dropped balls. we dropped a big interception right in the 2nd drive and dj he drops it and then the 4th down ?l55gddrop by michael floy killed the momentum we had. i thought both of the plays were the keys in the second half. disappointing loss. >> we have seen it all year. arizona simply not making the plays that they need to make to make the winning plays and to win. we will have much more at 10:00. 60 minutes is next.
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