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anime you're playing with this guy next to you, hall of fame-like quarterback, it's an honor to be in the huddle with him, you have a chanceo make big plays. i'm grateful for him. i let him know about that today. >> you don't have all of your receivers healthy. they still cannot stop you. how come? >> the guy next to you. throwing opportunities. throwing me the ball. putting me in great positions to be successful. pass, i'm grateful for this moment today. >> le'veon bell, another 100-yard rushing game. we had tony dungy up in the booth for a little while. and he compared you to franco harris. that same patience. when you hear that comparison, what do you think? >> i'm honored. you know, obviously, when somebody is comparing you to a guy like that, it makes you real humbling. and grateful. you know? i appreciate the comparison. >> you and i talked earlier. your second thanksgiving day
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when you were a kid, you loved watching. and there's kids out there watching you tonight. what do you hope they appreciated about the way you played? >> they appreciated some good football. somebody who is passionate about the game. obviously, you love the game of football. for whoever is watching, congratulations. >> guys, thank you so much. >> taking this to the linemen. >> take them to the lineup, whatever you want. and take the balls. take the football. take the football. >> happy thanksgiving. happy thanksgiving to everybody. >> mike? >> happy thanksgiving, michele. oh, beautiful. thank you. well, there's the playoff picture. this goes with the thanksgiving tradition. this is the night we starto see this. the playoff picture, unfolding in the afc. you slide pittsburgh forhe moment, over there. on the 6-5, mark, with nb indianapolis, dropping to 5-6.
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and pittsburgh, aheld of baltimore for the moment. baltimore had a chance with nine teams in the afc, than they have. pittsburgh beat cleveland, indy pletdeere. do you get the sense that ?cowh theyuilt can on mhe that's what it a comes down to.?w can they just find that formula, back there? but it was the goal line stance. and this is the pride of pittsburgh. this is what they do every week in pctice. they go one-on-one against the offense. and it looks like there's no way they're going to be able to make a play. and they make a play. sean davis there. and then, a nice play by timmons to get underneath that route. and mike mitchell comes up and makes a big hit on the quarterback, tolzien. and then, they catch a break here on the last one. but every, single one of those
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and the pittsburgh steelers, at their best, are amongst the best competitors in the national football league. and it showed up on the goal line tonight. >> 16 points for 2 games, ?u against cleveland and g onagainst the giants next sda n sudeay nit. we'll look ahe to , we froap, the postgame ia moment. (my hero zero by lemonheads) zero really can be a hero. get zero down, zero deposit, ze d asigning, and zero first onelmoasigning, this black friday at the volkswagen sign then drive event. ? this holiday,
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>> no question about it. we talk about denver's defense all the time. von miller and the guys. now, with justin houston back for kansas city, derrick johnson, derek berry. this is going to be one of the fistfight battles. and it means so much. this is now, when we're getting to the games where the playoffs are clearly on the line, especially in this division. >> oakland plays carolina earlier. oakland is a game ahead. you lose this game, could you be two games behind oakland? limited time left. big pressure on both offenses with trevor siemian and alex smith. you have to make plays in this game. >> that's where the question is for these two teams. if they make a run, the offenses have to be better. >> enjoyed doing this on thanksgiving. let's do this on sunday. >> why not? >> denver-bound. look forrd to seeing you from the mile-high city, on sunday night. here in indianapolis, pittsburgh beats the colts, 28-7. coming up next except on the west coast, your local news,
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thanks to our great sunday night crew working with you on this thanksgiving night. for bob costas, cris collinsworth, tony dungy, and mike tirico, sitting in for al michaels, see you on sunday night. happy thanksgiving. nbc sports thanks you for watching this special presentation of the national
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>> right now from milwaukee. this is today's tmj4 live at 10:00.
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of us may have fallen into a turkey coma during the football game many others are descending on area shopping malls to get a jump start on the tail holiday called black friday. >> carol: we spent the day talking to die hard shoppers. >> george: first, let's check in with john malone. will we need an umbrella tomorrow? starting at midnight. temperatures in the 30s. 37 at midnight, about 34 at 6:00 in the morning. clouds around all the time, flurries at times, drizzle early, by noon 40 degrees and most of the drizzle and flurries out of the picture. current temperatures are 38 in milwaukee but out to the west
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a few snowflakes falling to the west. 34 in water town and 33 out in beaver dam. you can see the radar picking up the flurry bands mixing with rain and more light snow but no accumulation out to the west. this is the same pattern you will see tomorrow. lots of clouds, flurries, rain, temperatures not too bad. i will be back with more of your travel forecast coming up in just >> george: the crowds, the chaos, the holiday shopping season is officially here. >> carol: some stores were closed on thanksgiving and others welcomed long lines. >> carol: rebecca is live on the south side doing some shopping. >> reporter: i am watching people walk through the doors at kohl's. people are walking in and starting to get serious.
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and yoga pants. the line is clear but i think they knew we were going to go live so they were like we will get you through. serious to shop just like people remember all day. whether it is waking up early. >> 5:30 this morning. >> 7:30 this morning. >> reporter: or leaving after dinner they are all after the same thing. deals >> best buy for your buck. >> reporter: the nationling reta people will shop on thanksgiving day. despite those estimates there were lines out the door and around the store at toys-r-us on milwaukee's south side. most places are not even closing tonight allowing people to shop through the night and then some. >> step one. we are going to go to wal-mart. then we are going to go to target, and kohl's and then gurney and then the outlet mall.
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>> one of the hottest toys this year are these hover boards. the display already sold out. >> reporter: we watched as a parent put the last two in her cart. another expert said not so fast. >> just what i wanted. a case from jurassic world. >> reporter: most call it quits after one or two stores. >> i need to sleep. >> reporter: almost everyone knew w doing in the morning. >> we will be out early tomorrow morning, too. >> reporter: look what happens. we go live and as soon as we do everyone runs back into line. we fooled them. you are all stuck on tv tonight. happy thanksgiving. kohl's open 30 hours and
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make sure you are nice to the people ringing up all of the your thanksgiving finds. reporting live on thing south side, rebecca clauf, today's tmj4. >> george: it would be nice if we were there but we are losing our laptop to shop. >> carol: several retailers opened up for black friday. dick, kohl's, target and may field and south ridge mall are open. some stay open throughout the night and morning. for a full list of hours, go to tmj4.com. >> george: here is a thought. skip the department stores and head to lake front bruebrewery. the they are selling black friday brew. it is only available tomorrow starting at 8:00 a.m. fans are are known to line up the night before. if they run out, the lake front ipa is hard to beat.
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milwaukee domestic animal control waving all adoption fees thanks to zappo's. we have breaking news from milwaukee's south side. have you seen this missing girl? she is 13 years old and her family has not seen her since tuesday evening. she left her home near 8th lincoln. if you happen to see her call the police. a milwaukee man was arrested for his fifth owi. he was taken into custody after a trooper saw him speeding at at least a 100 miles per hour and he lost control and crashed and sneerly -- nearly hit a home. three suspects have been arrested on a burglary charge
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the suspects are 13 years old. they broke out a window at a business. >> george: president-elect trump n spending time in florida and finding time for twitter. earlier today, he tweeted he is working on thanksgiving trying to get the carrier air conditioning plant to stay in indian and he is making progress and we will know soon. >> jill stein is challenging the election results than $4 million for a recount in michigan, pennsylvania and wisconsin. stein, and others, want a recount from the states. voting experts alerting hillary clinton's campaign to the possibility of hacks in key counties. >> some of the voting machines in areas of wisconsin have been prohibited in the state of california because they have
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a recount tomorrow. her current goal is to raise 4.5 million for the cost of each recount. a local 24-year-old woman learned she has a rare heart disease that likely cannot be cured. despite the news, friends keeping a smile on her face and raising awareness for donation. >> reporter: when danny's friend found out about heart condition, they knew the best think they could do is get everyone they know to dance. dana was living live and enjoying but one night changed everything. >> i was loosing feeling in my right arm and twitching. >> reporter: that was the first of four heart attacks she suffered and her doctors
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for a year to live. >> reporter: that is when her friend stepped in and started the #dancingfordanica. >> i said we should do something like an als ice bucket challenge to raise awareness for organ donations. >> reporter: danica said the next morning she woke up to more than 300 invitations. serious all the time but then they are dancing in the whackiest way. >> reporter: she said she will not stop fighting while her friends keep dancing. >> i have broke. i have cried. it has affected me and i am not as strong as people think but i keep my smily face on. the moment i left this disease define me is the moment i lost.
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wo worsened to the point where she is no longer eligible for a heart transplant but her friends are holding an event to encourage people to become donors. >> george: the macy's day parade took off today and thousands of people were center stage including the greenville marching band. they performed disney classic "mary poppins". >> george: dancers from the next step dance studio in frankfurt participated. an estimated three million people lined the streets to see
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>> carol: dozens of volunteers are working hard to making sure 400 people were served a thanksgiving day. >> traditional thanksgiving meal reminds them of what they had at home. turkey, stuffing, mashed pot potatoes. the difference is we had to prepare 60 turkeys for our celebration. >> it is all in its 123rd year serving up warm, thanksgiving meals to families. thank you all. >> george: still ahead, important information about your plastic shopping bags. >> carol: how not throwing them away could ease suffering. >> george: and local traditions that keep us coming back for more. >> carol: and power over your pets. does this man have the secret to
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commands? >> the tonight show is next.
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>> well make you have seen him. steven dickerson strolls through milwaukee neighborhoods with as many as seven dogs.
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were hired by steven. his clients rave about what he has been able to do with their dogs. >> my job is to come in and teach a dog there is another way to live. you don't have to always be playing all the time, you don't have to be always ready to chase after something. it should be about ready to do the next command. >> steven's business has been built by word of mouth but you can find him on >> carol: helping the homeless and the environment at the same time. ladies are proving it is possible stlu an innovative idea. >> reporter: you looking at the ultimate in recycling. these ladies are turning every day plastic grocery bags into. they are called mersey mats for the homeless. >> there are so many homeless people around and the comfort the matt will bring them is
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these plastics bags out of the landfills. >> reporter: this group gathers at the west ellis library every wednesday from 4-7. it takes three hours to create each matt. >> each matt takes 300 bags. the size is three feet by five feet. >> reporter: the flattened the bags, cut them, join them together ad crochet plastic. >> the matt provides comfort for the homeless, protection from the ground because they are not on the cold, wet ground. >> reporter: this mersey mat mission is sponsored by the health department. volu volunteers are welcome. no special skills needed. just a warm heart wanting to give comfort to those who need it the most. >> i like to help people and i found this to be very rewarding. >> the mercy mats are given to
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they can always use more bags or volunteers. we have a lot of information on tmj4.com. >> george: candy cane lane switch on the lights and organizers are hoping to raise 100,000. buy a star to help children with cancer. it cost $10 squirrel stores and grocery stores. >> george: let's take a live picture of the sporadic snow flurries tonight. >> temperatures are dropping away from lake shore. this is the kind of thing you will see flurries off and on and rain mixed in overnight. no accumulation.
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look at the weekend. saturday, we will see sunshine and 45. 50 with no travel problems on saturday. if you are traveling around the midwest for tomorrow coming back or going, you will just have clouds and flurries off and on. 35 twin cities, 51 in des moines. it warms up on saturday. 50s in iowa and chicago. mid 40s across most of wis wisconsin. 50 on sunday and 48 in green bay. rain over iowa and that is pushing in here sunday. 38 in milwaukee with drizzle. 32 in wack. flurries in jefferson counties. the radar is having a hard time picking up the flurries. just a few little bands of light rain and snow out there to the
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and you will see we will stay with the clouds through tomorrow. weak disturbance rolling through and dissipating tomorrow. hard to pick up a lot of any of the rain and snow falling tomorrow. clouds breaking up saturday morning and by saturday be clear out for the weekend. it looks comfortable and dry right through sunday. 34 tonight, drizzle. turning over to flurries away from the lakeshore. 43 for your shopping less clouds and morning mix of light rain. snow shouldn't be a problem. on sunday, 50 degrees. sunny to partly cloudy skies. rain rolls in for sunday night into monday. 52. still 52 with a shower on tuesday. that could turn into a snow shower and 42 on wednesday.
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noah hire who is five and a handsome guy. he is a little confused but he is prepared. handsome young man. >> very cute and not bad out there. >> coming up in sports, what head coach mike mccarthy has his
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>> yep, the greenbay packers want to snap their four-game
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mike mccarthy talks about the team's focus this week. >> the big plays in the pass defense is what has bit us here the last couple weeks. unfortunately, it happened at the most critical time. focusing on the details. injuries are part of the game. injuries in the game have been overcoming those challenges is where we need to be better at. when t happening on the sidelines, get things made and made sure we are helping where we are supposed to be and make sure the pursuit and finish is higher than it has ever been. when mistakes are made, they have been made all the time in football, we need that overlap of helping each other. >> the packers need a win. check out these two fans heading into the the lions and vikings game. lions on the board first when
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five-yard touchdown putting the home team up 7-0. the vikings answered tying it at 7. 4th quarter, four seconds left, lions kicker matt nails this and they win it. they are first place in their division. the cowboys keep on winning behind dak ellet. prescott keeping it and beating everyone and dallas up 24-12. later on, elliot, with the short touchdown run. he had 97 yards on the ground and two touchdowns. the cowboys beat the redskins 31-26 for the first time in team history they have won 10 straight games.
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