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touchdown, would you go for two to avoid overtime in this situation in particular with the to play too long before those playoffs start? >> al: green bay would win the division with a tiebreaker, of course, that would be a tie at the end of overtime. from the 42 yard line. rodgers. and he gets hit as he throws. pressure put on up the middle. incomplete, second down. tom johnson disrupted it. >> cris: i tell you, tom johnson has really been something. he's a guy that he's kind of been everywhere, canadian league, arena league, europe league. he keeps making plays inside. a guy that's a little nondescript but always running into the quarterbacks. >> al: vikings missing one of
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linval joseph. second down and ten. four-man rush. fires over the middle. that's incomplete. intended for cobb. 50 seconds now. third and ten. >> cris: much better job that time by kendricks running underneath that middle read. that's probably been the difference in this game, al, is the ability of these inside linebackers to take away those easy inside throws that aaron rodgers loves. you see kendricks dropping right back underneath it. he sees the adjustment by cobb. runs underneath it. forces rodgers to throw it wide and misses it. >> al: he's really taken a beaten. the last two games, sacked 13 times, five tonight. third down and ten. rodgers flushed out. downfield, throws, and not even close. that one is knocked down by munnerlyn. so it's down to this.
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green bay trying to keep its hopes alive. otherwise it's on to the road. >> c cs: well, we have a lot of mobility. they've been playing those two deep safeties. but aaron rodgers certainly a threat to run in these really clutch situations. see if they keep those two deep safeties back, i think they will. >> al: backing up right now. backing the linebackers up. and rodgers on fourth down. he's going to keep it alive on a pass to richard rodgers. clock keeps on running. they have to scramble to the line. line of scrimmage at the 46. does he spike it here? no. backs you, throws at the outside. caught. now dovonte adams.
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ball at the 49 yard line. >> cris: don't give up anything. these are interesting strategies to me. you get about three shots at plays. do you want to continue to march it down and have one throw at the end of take all these shots into the end zone in one way, shape or form? >> al: sooner or later. second down and three from the 39 yard line. rodgers. scrambles away. takes the shot deep downfield. and out of the end zone. and that took nine seconds off the clock. you're down to 15. >> cris: they really sort of had the wide receiver screen set up. and i'm not sure if they didn't just ad lib this one a little bit on the fly. runs down the field. it looked to be one of those quick screres that was going to be thrown out. and they had some space to run. but i think aaron made up his
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those shots down the field. >> al: sendejo, the safety, stayed with him. 15 seconds and third down. to rodgers. and that's going to take us -- unless perry can spike it here, that's going to do it. that's also fourth down. so can rodgers spike it in time? he's going to get one more play. one more miracle attempt. totohe end zone. can they do this again? no. holy mackerel. >> cris: wow, what a game. it took every second, but they finally knocked the champs off in this division. >> al: mike zimmer, took him a long time to get a head coaching job. gets the gatorade bath. division champs. they have another game at home
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the dome next year. and the seahawks know they go to the twin cities and the packers know they go to washington. >> cris: i think that was xavier rhodes who went over the top of richard rodgers there. xavier rhode had one of the best games i've seen him have. does he get the play off in time? right there. and he got -- he had richard rodgers down the field after h h scrambles. xavier rhode goes over the top and bats that thing down. number 29. >> al: you also had anthony barr right there fronting it. >> cris: there he is right there. >> al: here comes barr and barr is right there, too. >> cris: rodgers sort of backs his way in and just as it was coming into richard rodgers' hands, xavier rhodes knocked it
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xavier rhode had a great game. >> al: yes, he did. mike zimmer takes his team home to take on the seahawks next week.
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the regular season is history. welcome to the volkswagen passat post game report.
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>> right down to the final play, but finally the minnesota vikings slay their dragon, the green bay packers, at least as far as the division is concerned, before they move on to the playoffs. the vikings are the chamamons of the nfc north. they'll head to washington and the packers will head to the nation's capital. 20-13 the final score. here are your game balls. one will go to everson griffen, the defensive end of the vikings. he had six tackles, a couple of sacks and a forced fumble. defensive back xavieierhodes played a terrific all-around game and included three tackles and an interception and adrian peterson in the course of winning his third career rushing title, carried 19 times for 67 yards and a touchdown. they get the game balls and the honor of speaking with michele. >> adrian, first we got to ask you about your lower back. you went into the locker room, came back out, tried to give it a go. what's going on? >> a back spasm in the lower back.
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got twisted up on me, hard to get it loosened up. >> not going to be a problem next week? >> not going to be a problem. i came back out here and tried to dog it out. i'll be good by next week. >> because you are the division champs for the first time since 2009. what does that mean to you? >> oh, man, it means so much. we beginning of this season talking about winning the nfc north. and this week we was able to realize that opportunity was right there in front of pups to come out here at lambeau and leave with a victory, you know, just give all the glory to god. >> same year that you win your third career rushing title. i saw your dad before the game. he's here, very excited about that. adding that on top, what does it mean? >> it means a lot, you know, when i look back over the past year, two years and i told myself coming into the game, if the season was to end right now god has been good to me and my family.
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know, another title, rushing title, you know, i just continue to give him thanks, man. i'm blessed. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> let's go defense now with everson griffen. two sacks tonight. you knew that this packers offensive line was hobbled, but how were you guys able to be so effective even with the scrambling aaron rodgers? >> it was a group effort. we went out there and we rushed hard. it was just a group -- we just won the game, man. it was a group effort. and we tried hard and we won the game. and i'm excited right now. >> you guys were out there a lot this defense. and to come on the road into lambeau and to knock off the four-time defending division champs, what does it mean? >> it's huge, man. you know, we talked about this day one at training camp. and all our dreams came true. and you know, it was a team win. offense played great, defense played great. and you know, we went out there and fought for four quarters. like adrian said, give all the glory to god.
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dominated and we won the game. >> congratulations. on to seattle. hosting seattle. and zavxavier rhode, your first career interception -- first of the season. don't want to take anything away from you. first of the season. couldn't have come at a better time. what were you seeing? >> we practiced all week about rodgers coming out of the pocket. i just covered my guy and i was in the right spot at the right time. >> next week you're at home, you host seattle. they were ththe earlier this season and really handed it to you guys. why do you think this time can be different? >> because we looked at our flaws and our mistakes we did last time and correct those and come with a better attitude and not make mental errors. >> division champs, how does it sound? >> it sounds really great. this is my first time ever winning it. take it all in and celebrate as a team. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> bob?
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michele. here is the schedule for next week. we start with the nfc, the panthers have finished 15-1 and the cardinals are 13-3 have the byes. seattle will go to minnesota. we'll have that came for you on nbc at 1:00 eastern time on sunday. the packers, the packers will take on washington at 4:40 on sunday and that game will be seen on fox. so let's writebring in tony dungy. who would you least want to face right now if you were coaching a team in the nfc? >> if these minnesota vikings who have to face seattle, seattle is playing red hot, and i just like where they are. their defense, russell wilson, and the fact that they went into minnesota and they won that game earlier in the season. they've got that championship swagger. they're not afraid of going on the road. minnesota will have their hands fufu.
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next week. >> let's take a look at how things will go neckxt weekend in the nfc. the bye will go to denver. the patriots drop to number two. the prime time game at 8,15 eastern time on saturday. and kansas city will open it up at houston on saturday at 4:35 on abc/espn. okay, what are you looking for in the afc as the playoffs begin over there, tony? >> well, bob, the afc is so wide open. i don't know that i can remember a year where the number one seed, denver, has been beaten by both wild card teams. that just shows you how explosive and exciting this is going to be. pittsburgh and kansas city have great teams. they're both playing good football. and they can go a long way. so i don't know who you peg as the favorite but i like both of the wild card teams, kansas city and pittsburgh.
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the extra game and they're likely to be on the road throughout. creates an additional hurdle. now let's take a look, as we bring in mike florio, as some of the head coaching spots that are open, and there are several. three that we knew about entering the day. the interim coaches in miami and tennessee plus chip kelly's firing several days ago in philadelphia. but two more spots opened up today with the browns cleaning house and the 49ers firing jim tomsula after one year. what else can we expect in the next coming days? >> the next one is in indianapolis where choech chuck pagano has completed his four-year contract with no extension. he's expected to meet on monday with owner jim irsay. the expectation is pagano will be relieved of his duties. what happened to gm ryan grigson. there's a thought that his future is tied to whoever is
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in 1998 the colts made a run with a kay named nick saban who may be getting restless. in new york, it's not as certain as many believe regarding the future of tom coughlin. some think he'll retire or resign on monday. it's going to be determined on monday when he gets together with ownership. he could stay. it's not a done deal. he could be fired and if he's fired he could xwoechcoaching somewhere else in 2016. sean payton will meet with mickey loomis. and in detroit the fate of coach jim caldwell will be determined by the next gm after that person is hired. finally, in san diego, there are reports that chargers coach mike mccoy is safe. that may be the case. but the first order of business for the chargers is to file a relocation petition to los angeles as soon as tomorrow if they get approval on january 13 to move, mccoy's fate could change. >> a lot of pieces moving around
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much bigger prize out there. a much bigger prize out there. you've earned it. so let's go get this. >> mike zimmer, we've known him a long time. long time assistant coach forever and ever. had a whole bunch of head coaching interviews. really never came close. and then minnesota makes the dead right choice, as it turns out. >> he's like bruce arians, really, a guy that had to wait a long time, but now they see what everybody missed. >> what do you think of the green bay packers? all of a sudden they staggered down the stretch, they got to go to washington. how do you see that shaping up? >> they've got aaron rodgers. you just look at the mayplayoff picture and say who has the quarterbacks. when ben roethlisberger entered the championship race, that felt different to me. russell wilson is playing brilliant football. if you follow the quarterbacks, you can be fairly safe.
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sunday, the 1:00 eastern time game. we go to minnesota where seattle went into a couple weeks ago and blew them out. we've all seen it happen where something happens in the regular season and the reverse happens in postseason. what will be different for the vikings in that game? >> they already played a little differently because of that game. they're getting the ball much quicker out of bridgewater's hand. they've been back to the running game. they're focusing in on what they do really well. what will be interesting about this one, does marshawn lynch play? he's coming back in the building on monday. i'm not sure the seahawks or pete carroll know whether he'll play. >> instead of playing on saturday, they get to play on sunday. be exciting, one more game in minnesota, they didn't think that would happen. >> 1:00, you ready for that? >> we'll be there. i don't know how to do a game in the sunshine, but we'll be there anyway. crazy ending for the regular season. wild one here.
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so our entire gang downstairs and off we go the great white north next week for playoff action. until then i'm al michaels, cris collinsworth and michele tafoya saying good night from lambeau field in green bay, wisconsin. nbc sports thanks you for
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spring-like days. meteorologist von gaskin has the details from the first alert weather center. the dry weather will continue sunday expect mainly sunny skies but there will be a few passing clouds from a stationary front that is parked over the gulf coast states. the forecast still calls for a continuation of dry and continuation of dry and cool weather with highs near 60 another shot of cold air arrives tuesday as a cold canadian ridge of high pressure shifts southward, expect midweek highs to range from the middle 40s to the lower 50s during the daytime and overnight in the middle 20s. a boil water advisory has been
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one area of lexington county. anyone living in the 400, 500 and 600 blocks of old barnwell road, lynn drive, bel-air drive and in the savannah woods subdivision no longer need to boil their water. water is back on for more than two dozen blocks in and around the leaphart road area in west columbia. the water was shut off saturday morning to relocate several water lines due to an sc-dot road project. once completed the water line sprang a leak and crews had to fix it before the water was turned back on. right now -- the city can't give us a timeline for when the water will be back on. people in the area will need to boil water for at least one full minute before using it. three men are behind bars for attempted murder. richland county deputies say just before 5:30 saturday night -- andrew and marlon gathers anan jarivs hurst - who is not
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stabbed a man multiple times at the title max on broad river road. his condition's unknown. deputies tracked down the suspects in the 2000 block of ramsgate drive. they were transported to alvin s. glenn detention center while they await a hearing. richland county deputies are also investigating a crash scene as a murder. deputies say someone called in a motorcycle crash at long green parkway and churchland drive in columbia. when deputies arrived, the driver had a bullet wound to his upper body. if you have any information that can help investigators call crimestoppererat 1- 888-crime-sc. mother nature made it a messy 2015 for farmers across south carolina. that includes those in newberry county --- who say months after the historic floods, they're still seeing impacts from recent wet weather. wis's mike desumma has more on that story. "highway 76 was closed out here
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cause water was across the road..all these fields around here looked like lakes." as a fourth generation farmer --- john long counts on nature to keep his business going. but he says he's never seen a year.. "there's been no place for the water to go...the ound is saturated." "nothings been as bad as this year." where the weather was this uncooperative. not only bringing historic levels of rainfall --- but drought like conditions before. ones that sliced more than 300 pounds per acre -- out of his cotton crop yield. "but the quality is what's killing us." then he says humidity and dampness caused his soybeans -- to break down in their pods. reducing their market value. "these should be nice and round and bright and yella." "that's where we gonna take a big hit." "and for farmers like long the long battle with mother nature is far from over.
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counting on going into next year is his wheat crop. already he says it off to a rough start..once again due to very wet and damp conditions." "the stalks just aren't there." "we need nights in the high 20s...low 30s...and days in the 50s and 60s....and not too much rain for a good little while." hoping there will be room for business to grow --- as 2016 kicks off. in newberry, mike desumma, wis news 10. long says he projects the total crop loss from last year -- will cost his farm hundreds of thousands of dollars. he says he and his fellow farmers have been looking into ways to get some disaster aid from the federal government. time is ticking for victims of the october floods to apply for fema assistance -- and the small business administration says there is plenty of money to go around. news 10's charles molineaux spoke with fema representatives on how important it is to get
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charles: a lot of this involves documentation, how important is it to have all this documentation, or can you just get your name in andndrovide the papers later. carl: absolutely! you can register first. you can do it over the phone 1-800- 621-fema. over the phone we'll ask specific questions. the owner of the house -- insurance papers and that. but the documentation can come later. the key is to register. charles: have people been responding - been getting theieinames in? carl: they have! we've had over homeowners to get their home and property back up to speed. but the key is to get the registration. we'll follow up with the paper work later on. you have until midnight tomorrow to finish the apaplication process you can also call fema's hotline at 1-800-621-fema -- that number will be available until 10pm on monday. recovery centers will be open
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