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hi, everyone. i'm merrill reese. let's look back at a special moment. you know, mike, you think about the great games that the eagles had against special quarterbacks, hall of fame quarterback like steve young. i think in that discussion of the greatest quarterbacks of all time and of course, people say tom brady and payton manning but i would put into that same group, john elway and bud carson's defense took him apart on september 20, 1990. >> it wasn't a day for john elway and his offense but on the other side, it was a big day for randall cunningham and he was a special player but this was a very special day. check out this play but randall cunningham. >> on second and 8 early in the second quarter, quarterback randall cunningham lined up under center with calvin wom williams to the right and the left. both receivers running deep
postroutes into the middle of the field. randall takes the snap and watch how the play action fakes to the running back herschel walker, sucks the safeties towards the line of scrimmage. both receivers running these post-routes into the middle of the field. this creates a huge hole in the middle of the field and it's easy to catch. the 24 yard touchdown toss from cunningham to williams to put up the eagles 10-0. on the next possession, eagles faced with third and 10, this time, from the denver's 34 yard line. when the ball is snapped, watch him fake like a post-route towards the middle of the field. the safety to that side, teach towards the post that plays right into cunningham's hand. randall slings the ball to the corner right on time to barnett for a 34 yard touchdown and 17-0. williams catch another touchdown late in the third quarter and the eagles go on to shut down
the denver broncos. 30-0 that afternoon. >> what was randall like when he played other marquee quarterbacks? >> i just think he took his game to a different level. randall was always a great competitor but whenever he's playing against an elway or someone who's a different randall, he wanted to show that he too belonged in the same stadium. >> "inside the eagles" is brought to you by mcdonald's. i'm loving it. and by aaa. the right call for every drive. visit aaa.com today. nice, dad!
>> what's your favorite sport to watch after football and why? well, mike, my favorite sport to watch is basketball because that's the sport i grew up playing. i love it. it's exciting. and a lot of great players in that league and real skilled players like kobe wrooibryant a then steph curry and lebron james. that's why i love it so much. >> eagles home for a third straight week. it's our salute to service game as the eagles look for the seventh consecutive win of the wonderful 2017 season. thanks so much for joining us on "inside the eagles." we're back next week. in the meantime, have yourselves a great eagles day.
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aimed right at his head. the south jersey officer is back home and resting. good evening, i'm denise nakano. officer patrick o'haan lan left a few days after getting shot. andrea thomas has the story. >> reporter: breathing a sigh of relief tonight. officer is on the mend. he was shot in the leg but expected to make a full recovery. dozens of police saluted as officer o'hanlan wheeled out of the hospital. chose to wear his joel jersey, as the police escort waited to take him home. >> getting the call is what all police chiefs dread. this turned out to be as fortunate as it could be. >> 10:00 wednesday night, officer o'hanlan shot at point-blank range during what police say was a struggle with
19-year-old delron nahan. the rookie officer wrestled the gun away and able to hold the suspect until back-up arrived. >> extremely fortunate that the gun jammed and suspect was not able to finish him off like he tried to do. >> reporter: since wednesday, there's been an outpouring of support for the injured officer. this morning, camden county police tweeted including norcross visiting the officer. officers by o'hanlan's side. it was decorated with balloons. >> a sophomore in high school, a junior. you start to have that, what are you going to do with your life? he came to me with a plan. military police. i said, oh, okay. he did it. >> reporter: while there's a long road ahead, o'hanlon said his son will not be deterred. >> coming home with us and he'll get well and he'll be back.
>> reporter: officer o'hanlon has only been with the department for a year. chief thompson applauded how he handled the situation, especially since he did not fire one shot. reporting from camden, andraya kline thompson, nbc10 news. >> he's no stranger to police. delron has been arrested ten times for various offenses in the past year. he's now charged with attempted murder. breaking news, senator rand paul was attacked in his home in kentucky a few hours ago. now, police in bowling green said he was blind sighted and suffered a minor injury. police arrested this man, rene boucher charged with assault. three days until the battle for new jersey and the governor's race. governor kim guadagno and phil murphy. one of the hot buttons is the
garden state's high property taxes. in fact, new jersey ranks number one when it comes to average property tax and more than $8,000 a year. nbc10's drew smith tracked down both candidates in different parts of the state today. >> reporter: it's almost time for new jersey to pick the next governor. out with voters this weekend making the final pitch. republican kim guadagno brought her bus to this county hearing on two big issues. >> sanctuary state. that's a no no. raising taxes? >> reporter: former governor christy whitman said don't listen to the polls that show guadagno trailing by double digits. she said she has momentum. >> not only winnable but we will because we're right on the issues and the property tax issue. people can't afford higher taxes. >> reporter: democratic candidate phil much morphy got s from the union.
did not answer questions from reporters but said not to listen to attacks from the other side. >> they're making stuff up. they're changing the subject, throwing rocks and stones. i guess i would be too if i had their track record to run on which is nothing. >> reporte >> got to get rid of this guy. >> both candidates agree even though governor chris christie is not running, he still plays a role in how people will vote. >> getting a bad rap because of christie? >> all she is is phony. >> reporter: this race hasn't generated nearly the level of excitement as the presidential campaign. both focused on the get out the vote efforts before tuesday. another big race we follow is the next philadelphia district attorney. stay with nbc10 and the nbc10 app on election night for updates on all the races in the delaware valley. up next, your most accurate forecast.
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now your nbc10 first alert weather. >> i'm first alert meteorologist steve sosna. hopefully you enjoy this beautiful day. fall classic in the upper 50s but wheels in motion for some change and that's coming in here during the overnight hours. we'll see a pocket of shower come in here. it looks like after 10:00 tonight and throw about 6:00 tomorrow morning. that's when the stepiest showad showers fall. and mostly humid to patchy drizzle. i'll have that forecast in a second and big temperature changes coming ahead for the week. we look at 70s down to 40s and even 30s in the morning hours. but for the wentz weather tomorrow, for the entire birds weather, overcast and gray sky here but playing conditions should be pretty good.
a spot shower here or patchy fog in the morning hour but not terrible or as rainy as what we saw here last sunday. look at doppler radar. you could see showers to our neighbors to the south and west. raining in baltimore and washington right now. still dry in philadelphia and so we'll buy another hour or two and then looks like the showers will develop overnight tonight. we have a bigger change in our weather after monday when we see the big temperature drop. timing it out with the showers, we have them in here by 11:00. we tune in with showers in chester county through wilmington and then breaks up into patchy drizzle. certainly some good news here by the time we get to game time at 1:00. light green and the operative word is light. good forecast for the eagles game. so let's look at that ten-day forecast where we have some murky weather tomorrow that's 66 but good weather for the game. 73 on monday with a shower or thunderstorm later in the day, but it's after that. that's when we see that big fall change here. check that out. temperatures in the upper 40s by
friday and then we get into saturday which is veterans day, looks like a nice day there with highs around 51. we'll be right back. joseph, i'm steve. how are you? nice to meet you sir. nice to meet you. how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels
ticket, joe biden for president and cory booker for vice president. that almost happened. donna brazile thought about replacing hillary clinton as the democratic nominee after she fainted in new york. "the washington post" reports brazile writes about it in upcoming memoir. she thought it would energize working class voters but ultimately decided against the shake-up. one of the delaware valley's most unusual celebrations landed
with a thud today. dropped their jack lanterns one after another from the top of more than 100 foot high ladder and the pumpkins hoisted by the rope and dropped down. fourth year for the halloween ritual which started and now here's john clark with your sports. >> hey, denise. eagles getting ready for the broncos and getting ready to hear for them. penn state, they face a 3 hour weather and title hopes washed away. that's next. we've paid a big price for chris christie and kim guadagno. they gave out billions in corporate tax breaks. millions to whitewash the bridgegate scandal.
sports philadelphia. penn state lost a big opportunity today. nittany lions would be back in the playoff picture. they played into the second quarter and then a 3 hour quarter. trey mcsorly and nice catch here with the hands there. 70 yards to the touchdown. now, we are late in the fourth. game tied at 24. michigan state is third and 4. 37 yard line. nittany lions get the ball back but marcus allen called for roughing the passer. he went low. 15 yards to help set up this. matt, a 34 yard field goal for the win. oh, penn state loses again. 27-24. michigan state slides into the big 10 conversation now. james franklin, one of the players to not leave the field without shaking hands. none of the eagles looks to go
8-1. other four times? championship game. really well and supposed to be the weakness of the birds but they had stepped up and mike quick asked jaylen mills if the dd's took the criticism to heart right before the season. >> regardless, as hard as you want to avoid it, you can't. we're in this sport where the social media, tv, you know, just going to end up catching you but at the same time, we knew what type of group we had. we knew the type of guys we had in our room. we never let that phase us. just keep working hard each and every day. >> the broncos held their walk through at temple today. there's broncos legend john elway, coach jeff colin and homecoming for temple's brandon mcmanus as well. i'm john clark, denise, back to you. >> reminder, turn back your clock for extra hour sleep tonight. >> this is a good one, get the