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>> the way this offense is playing, how much is that energizing you guys on the defensive side? >> this is the ultimate team game. we need the offense and they go through for us all the time. part of that doesn't turn the ball over. >> congratulations on 5-0. >> they are rolling with 27-4. j.j. watt suffering that tibial plateau fracture that could sideline him for the rest of the season. if at all this year, they were down this row last year. where do the texans go this year? >> this game is so much psychological and emotion and energy. that's what they have to do. they are losing a great football player and losing their later. what they have to realize is
they did this last year and we have to regroup. everyone else has to do more. they can be fine. their offense is so much better. deshaun watson gives them hope. they have to say we have to forget it and play like jj is here. get ourselves going. if they do that, they can be okay. >> good point. so deflating when you saw the scenes. thanks. let's bring in mike florio. two big stars with major injuries. watt here and earlier today, o'dell beckham, jr. what are the ramifications. he had the spraped ankle in the preseason and there had been a desire to get the contact. he wants to be the highest paid player in the league. the giants want to see that he is healthy before they would make a long-term financial commitment. he wants that before he goes on
the field. that's what they would be moving forward. >> the human and the football side. look at the great stars getting hurt both on this day. catch mike tomorrow morning from 7 to 9:00 and the "dan patrick show" from 9:00 to noon. he will join dan. final word on this sunday as we come back after this. [ "livin' thing" by electric light orchestra ] ♪ sailin' away on the crest of a wave, it's like magic ♪ ♪ rollin' and ridin' and slippin' and slidin' ♪ ♪ it's magic introducing the all new volkswagen tiguan. ♪ higher and higher, baby the new king of the concrete jungle.
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i'll have the langoustine lfor you, sir?i. the original call was for langoustine ravioli. a langoustine is a tiny kind of lobster. a slight shellfish allergy rules that out, plus my wife ordered the langoustine. i will have chicken tenders and tater tots. if you're a ref, you way over-explain things. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance you switch to geico. sir, we don't have tater tots. it's what you do. i will have nachos! >> okay and a quick look to next week with the broncos off to a good start and bringing in joseph as the coach. he has got the defensive pedigree. trevor is playing really well. a nice piece on him with sports
illustrated. a good defense. all the way to the wire with kansas city. >> that division obviously looks so tough. if you flip it over on the other side and told me the new york giants would be winless at this point in the season, i wouldn't have believed. i thought they were a legitimate super bowl threat this year and it's remarkable how this lead can humble anybody at any time. >> for sounds like hype, but the giants were about as down and out as a team can be. >> maybe the defense can help turn it around for the giants. >> come out fighting. it's going to be a tough one. >> the giants and the broncos. we will see you next sunday night. our crew, we thank you for watching sunday night football. for now it's our entire gang saying good night from houston
sunday." highly entertaining game. a lot of points between the texans and chiefs. a lot of points between the ravens and raiders. not all the kind the home fans were liking. derek carr had to sit this out. e.j. manuel got the start. playing from scrimmage, a bad sign. flacco to wallace, 52 yards. >> he basically outran sean smith on the play. big-time throw and catch. >> they did that three times. three catches for 133 yards for wallace. then vince mayly sweeping left, diving in for the touchdown. 7-0. first quarter, raiders down, manuel and these are mistakes you can't make. >> you can't turn the ball over when you have a backup quarterback playing for you. it's hard enough to score enough points and win.
that makes it even harder when you turn the ball over for a touchdown. >> jimmy smith, 47 yards the other way. raiders trailing 41-3. we have to show you a good play at some point, right? finding michael crabtree for the touchdown. 41 yards. that deficit was too big. ravens hold on to win 30-17. postgame jack del rio was asked if his team was ready to play. [ inaudible ] >> clearly not what we wanted there. i think you'd have to have a little question about the confidence level. just went out and didn't get it done these weeks in a row. so, you know, to me, it's real simple. it's a gruch men, prideful men.
we'll get back in the saddle and get back to work. >> there's some frustration there from the head coach jack del rio. why wouldn't there be when you have the top team, kansas city perfect 5-0. denver off this week, but 3-1. oakland, 2-3. and frustration kept boiling over even after the game in the parking lot upon leaving. donald penn, some video rolling around twitter. got out of his car. he later said a fan threw a bottle in his car, so he got out to confront the fan. clearly frustration. a shouting match with a raider fan. donald penn. the coach with the long pause about the question was his team prepared and donald penn yelling with fans outside the coliseum. this is not what you thought you'd see after five weeks of football for the raiders. >> bottom line, they're not in control of their own destiny. they need a lot of help. they're in a situation where you're five games into the
season and the playoffs are looking very dim right now. >> that secondary, i mean, they were without david amerson, without gareon conley. the raiders are not a team known as going deep with success but they did it today. >> joey flacco looked good. he has won a super bowl. he's played really good football at times in his career. but this season, he has not looked that good. he has turned the ball over a lot. we made him look really good today. >> real quick, you worried? you worried about the raiders? >> i'm very worried. >> you are? that magic, as you were saying, looks like not there right now from what they had last year. let's see if there's any indianapolis going on today for the niners and colts. peyton manning honored with his very own statue before the game. where's your statue, bill? >> don't have one. >> coltings leading 9-6. this is not frank gore.
marlin mac. sixth quarters, brian hoyer looking for goodwin on the deep route. nice, diving catch. that's 51 yards. setting up first and goal. three plays later, hoyer shovel pass to kyle hughes. big guy following the block, in for a touchdown. down a touchdown. fourth and goal. hoyer to kittle. that's a touchdown. niners tie it up, 23-23. we're going to overtime. in overtime, adam vinatieri from 51. when you say adam vinatieri, usually that ends with, the kick is good. and it was once again. niners drop another real close one in o.t. the 49ers still winless on the year. >> i just said to the guys. know how hard it is. we don't have to get over it tonight or tomorrow. it hurts. >> each and every week we battle until literally the last play.
sometimes it's more frustrating. i hate to say it, when you get blown out, you get blown out. you can say, they're a better team. i don't think we can say that about any team we've played. it's encouraging but also really frustrating. >> no moral victories in the nfl. you take a look at the nfc west standings. 49ers winless on the year, but last four games laif lost by no more than three points. that's at least a good sign for them. >> very good sign. this is a team -- you know, i've been in a situation where i was in denver after john elway had retired, we were 0-4. and i tell you what, they were times in that season where you felt like maybe this is just not any more -- it's not fun anymore. and this is a team that is continuing to battle week in and week out. 0-5 and you can tell they're playing hard for their coach. they like kyle shanahan.
they respect him. they're playing hard for him right now. it has a lot to say about him and what he's doing with the organization. >> brian hoyer is not the franchise quarterback of the future but he's making big plays at the end of games when they matter most. >> kyle shanahan is doing offenseive offensively, the creativity. if we had that creativity in oakland, i think we'd be undefeated right now. >> certainly some exciting games have not resulted in victories for the 49ers but they're close. another story line, vice president, mike pence, former governor of indiana, was at the game. he watched as several 49ers took a knee before the national anthem. this dates back to last year with colin kaepernick taking a knee before games. at this point the vice president left the game and the stadium tweeting, i left today's colt game because the president and i will not attend any event that
disrespects our flag or national anthem. eric reed, who did take a knee with kaepernick since last year and continued his protest this season, had this to say after the game. >> my honest reaction, this -- first of all, does anybody know the last time he's been to a football game? with that being said, he tweeted out a three-year-old photo. with the information i have, the last time he's been to a colts game is three years ago. so this looks like a pr stunt to me. he knew our team has had the most players protest. he knew that we were probably going to do it again. >>. >> we'll take a break on "xfinity sports sunday." when we come back, what are the top five teams in romo's eyes? we have the top five power rankings next. the nbc bay area studios -- a dangerous and chaotic situation in the south bay.
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our nissan rogue play of the day. aaron rodgers scored with seconds to go to beat the cowboys. touchdown pass to fresno state star adams. packers win. we remind you to take on the unexpected with nissan's intelligence safety shield technology, innovation that excites. here are the leaders of the pack right now. the chiefs, 5-0.
you see a lot of 4-1 teams. denver has lost once with the bye. atlanta, 3-1 as well. we don't go by sports here. we have the great phil to do the power five after five weeks. your best five teams right now. we'll start with your number five, a 4-1 team, carolina panthers. >> yeah, cam newton is back. he had an off-season last year. he's playing really good football. he's playing bay area christian mccaffrey making a lot of plays for him. this team is really exciting right now. >> 3-0 on the road as well. their only loss at home. number four, a team you used to play with, the denver broncos. >> got to give my former team a little live. trevor siemian is playing great football but they have pass rush and they have corners. it's what you need in the national football league to win. they got it.
>> they've been winning without good quarterback play the last couple years. this year so far, 3-1. your number three team, i thought they might be packers, number three. >> aaron rodgers is the best quarterback in the nfl. because of that, that's why i put them there. he comes back, he's behind, doesn't matter. you're always in the game when you have aaron rodgers on your side. >> they were down 15 to dallas, got 18 touchdowns this year, most in the nfl. your number two team is a two-loss team. you have the new england patriots all the way up there at number two. >> they got the best coach in football. and they got the second best quarterback. i'm giving brady the second best quarterback. >> but the defense does not look good. >> they have struggled. they have upgraded. the one thing about the patriots is they usually get better as
the seen goes on. that has a lot to do with the coaching staff and the way they prepare for opposing teams. >> number one, we saw them go undefeated, the chiefs. boy, are they exciting. >> i never,er thought i would say this about alex smith or a team he's playing on, that they would be the top team in football. alex smith is throwing the ball deep. they have weapons everywhere. they've got defense. pats off to the kansas city chiefs. they are the team to beat right now. >> they got some playmakers there. that's a very exciting team with hill and hunt and all the other guys. the eagles, did they just miss out? you're not quite sold? >> former team. i probably should have put them there. >> just missed out. still time, though. got to take another break here on "xfinity sports sunday". a brutal day for some of the biggest stars of the game.
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our game-changer as we take a look at the monday on nbc sports bay area. the press conference live, jack del rio at 4:00, at 4:30shgs kyle shanahan. the coaches explain what happened today in the game. this is our fox game changer. foxit software provides pdf solutions. odell beckham jr. suffered a sprained ankle in the loss to chargers. likely this ends the season. this is brutal for a guy hit hurt in the preseason, came back, looking pretty good in this game as well. j.j. watt in the game you just watched on nbc bay area, a fracture in his leg. it's reported this will most likely end his season. one of the most dominant
defensive players of the decade. texans drop to 2-3. he is a huge, huge loss for them. as was last week, derek carr for the oakland raiders. gout stars going down throughout the league. but he may be back next week. a huge loss for this raiders team. >> it is. to me, you know, he is the energy of this team. and when carr is playing well, we saw it the first two games, the team was on, the defense was on. there is an energy out there. out on that field, you new you had a chance to win. right now, we're struggling to make plays. and, you know, it's disheartening. >> the quarterback is important on so many teams. it seems very important to -- even though e.j. manuel looked okay. >> he did a serviceable job. bottom line, to win in the national football league, you need derek carr out on the field. >> reports are he might be back
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so-called d.r.e.a.m.ers. the trump administration unveils new hard line guidelines. first, football and politics. vice president mike pence walks out on the 49ers to protest the protesters, but some are saying the whole thing was a setup. good evening, thanks for joining us on this special edition of nbc bay area. san jose on the police of a homicide in south san jose around 7:00 at the 200 block of tradewinds drive near oak grove high school. police found a male victim shot at least once, taken to the hospital, there he was pronounced dead. the circumstances surrounding the shooting are not clear. we have a crew on the scene gathering information and we'll have an update at our 11:00 news. the 49ers find themselves in the middle of a political controversy. the vice president's decision to leave the gale in indianapolis is causing quite a stir on social media and some are saying
the president orchestrated it as part of a political stunt. thom jensen is in san francisco. >> reporter: during a game in his home state between the 49ers and the indianapolis colts -- ♪ by the dawn's early light >> reporter: vice president pence walked out after several niners knelt during the national anthem. part of an ongoing civil rights protest by players criticized by some as disrespecting the flag. while his motorcade headed toward the airport, vice president pence tweeted. the president then tweets, i asked vice president pence to leave the stadium if any players kneeled, saying he was proud of him. 49ers' safety eric reid say what pence did was a political and oppressive stunt. >> obviously, we had the most
players protesting and knew we would do it again. >> reporter: some telling nbc bay area they agree with reid, including one marine. >> it's their constitutional right. that's what we fight for. it's part of the constitution, so they're entitled to do what they choose. >> it's about how they feel and who are we to judge that? >> reporter: others told me they agree with the vp. kneeling during the anthem disrespecting the flag. >> i support my vice president. >> reporter: is it the flag you fight for or the freedom? >> both. they both respect the same thing. >> it's about us being united, together as one. i think we need to show respect for that flag. there's people that served, that died. >> reporter: people asking, why the vice president flew from las vegas to indianapolis for that game when he had to know that the 49ers were going to kneel and then fly onto los angeles where he is tonight. of course, the administration already under fire for travel
expenses, the health and human services secretary resigning after exposed he spent more than $1 million in taxpayer's money for private and military plane travel and the treasury secretary also under scrutiny for more than $800,000 in military aircraft travel. we're live in san francisco, thom jensen, nbc bay area news. as discussions continue on a potential deal to reform the daca immigration program, president trump released immigration principles that must be included in any deal. experts say it could derail a potential agreement. the president's legislative proposal includes funding a wall along the boarder with mexico, a crackdown on central american children coming into this country, limits on federal grants to sanctuary cities and also seeks to curb legal immigration. all of that will get the president's support of daca. the demands are being criticized by democratic leaders who were working on a deal with president trump to keep the daca, or
d.r.e.a.m.ers, program. they say the list goes far beyond a reasonable compromise, leaving the fate of d.r.e.a.m.ers very uncertain tonight. firefighters will work through the night to monitor a fire near nap that airport that started around 2:30 at a salvage yard near american canyon packed with dozens of vehicles. strong winds quickly helped that fire grow to 20 acres and the smoke, as you can see, could be seen for miles. firefighters have a handle on that fire now but are monitoring for hot spots. investigators a a car that went off the road and crashed is believed what caused that fire. a fire remains under red flag warning. winds leading to fire danger. that's why they're staying on that fire up in napa. here's more on the local situation. a lot of red behind you. >> the highlighted areas are an immediate fire threat. the biggest concern is going to develop within the next couple of hours because that's when we're expected to see an increase in those winds, especially for the north bay
mountains and east bay hills. just kind of fast forwarding ahead, believe it or not, we had relative humidity at 4% in the north bay, which is probably what did not help in kicking up that fire in that brush fire. over the next couple of hours, we will start seeing the wind speeds increase. right now it's not too bad. fairly calm for the majority of the bay area. current wind speeds out of napa at 8 miles an hour. the rest of the bay area light and breezy at 5-plus. santa rosa at 18 miles an hour. the highlighted areas under a wind advisory. the majority of these advisories are expected to remain in place through monday and tuesday morning. fast forwarding into the overnight hours, this is where the highest threat and the biggest concern is going to come in. at about 12:30, 1:30 a.m., look at the wind speeds and wind gusts. napa up to 40 miles an hour. san francisco, offshore winds along the coast, 34 miles an hour. redwood city, 29 miles an hour. as we continue to progress over the next few hours is when we'll
see those temperatures, of course, will remain on the cooler end but the winds are what's going to keep us on high alert especially when it comes to any potential hot spots. be sure to tie down any patio furniture or anything that might fly away, that could also, of course, be a dangerous situation if it goes into the roads. we'll keep a close eye on the red flag warning and the fire danger. i'll have a look at your local forecast as we head into monday coming up in a bit. >> thank you very much. look forward to that. in the south bay, a dangerous situation near san jose's main transit hub. police are trying to figure out if a woman violently forced out of a taxi cab is the victim of a kidnapping. mayor a details on that at the dichlt ridon station. >> reporter: police say the attack happened around 2:00 outside diridon station. tonight investigators are looking for four different suspects who allegedly grabbed a woman out of the cab and took
off with her. it all started when a cab driver picked up a woman at tasman and great american parkway early this morning and drove her to diridon station. police say that's when two men in a white lexus tried to convince the woman to get out of the taxi. she refused and the cab drove off. investigators say the men stopped the taxi, slashes several tires with a knife and stabbed the driver. they then pulled the woman from the backseat of the cab and drove off with her. >> it's not uncommon. >> reporter: taxi drivers we talk to say their job is increasingly more dangerous and this attack has left them on alert. >> it's surprising, especially the kidnapping. >> reporter: the cab driver survived the attack and was treated at the scene. this woman and her friend are headed to a concert near diridon station and are rethinking where they park. >> trying to snatch the lady out of the car, i mean, it's not
safe anymore. that's how i feel now. they need to beef up more security people here in the station. >> reporter: police are trying to track down four suspects, two men and two women. they were last seen in a white lexus with license plate ending in 801. investigators say because the suspects used the victim's name, they believe they knew her. we reached out to san jose police and they say so far they have not received a missing persons report matching the description of the alleged victim. reporting live in san jose, marianna favro. >> thank you very much. another troubling situation also at a train station in the east bay. the lafayette b.a.r.t. station closed for hours after an attempted robbery left three people suffering from stab wounds. police say the attacker is still on the loose tonight. this happened about 10:00 this morning. b.a.r.t. police say the suspect
told a man to hand over his backpack. during the clash, the robbery victim and two others were stabbed. none of them had life-threatening injuries. two wine tours ended abruptly in napa county when a train crashed into a limo bus. got some video sent to us from a tourist passing by the wreck. the accident happened around 12:45 off highway 29. you can see the napa valley wine train broadsided the limo on the tracks. nobody hurt. the chp has yet to release a cause of that crash. a follow-up now to a hit-and-run in marin county during a bike race. police have arrested a 21-year-old man accused of swesh swerving into four cyclist on petaluma road. one cyclist was left in critical condition. once police released the photos of the truck involved, tips started pouring in. one led to the damaged truck parked right outside a navato
house. aaron paff was charged with hit and run. the chp says a group of people called an yoouber in oakland. the when the car reached 23rd avenue, another car pulled up and someone open fire. three people in the uber were kit by fire including the driver. police say it was not a random act of violence. >> our major concern is the safety of the freeway. we want people to know this was a targeted attack, meaning if you jump into an uber you're subject to gunfire. >> the uber driver pulled off the road. the passenger jumped into the driver's seat and got everyone to the homent. hurricane nate is now a tropical depression but it did plenty of damage as it moved across the south. the storm is currently moving across tennessee and parts of south carolina. nbc has a look at the sdaj damage across the gulf coast.
>> reporter: hurricane nate slammed into the gulf coast as a category 1 storm. the storm surge washed over roads and caused flooding. in by locksy, the first floor of the golden nugget hotel was filled with storm surge. >> appears we have a lot of jellyfish in our yard, about two feet of water in the bottom of our house. just a lot of mud and debris. >> reporter: roadways were impassable and there are reports of widespread power outages on the island. elsewhere, nate's power watched small vessels ashore and caused some soil erosion. many residents who rode out the storm are breathing a sigh of relief. >> very lucky. really impressive we haven't had so much damage as expected. >> reporter: while crews work to remove debris and repair power lines be, for many residents, life is back to normal. >> we're walking on the beach looking for shells and stuff, so it's much better than i thought yesterday. >> reporter: the threat from nate is over but the atlantic
hurricane season is not. it runs until the end of november. dan shanman, nbc news. still to come tonight on nbc bay area news -- a las vegas shooting tleedz a somber moment today at sfo as the issue of gun control takes center stage in washington, d.c. and governor brown is set to take action against high-priced prescription drugs. details of the bill that could be a big blow to pharmaceutical companies is coming up next. red flag warnings and wind advisories remain in place, especially for the north bay and east bay hills. i'll talk about how strong those winds are expected to get and, yes, maybe even a cooldown might be on the way. all the details coming up just after the break. stay with us. time to cap off another
successful fleet week. it's the event's 37th year. the blue angels have performed since 1981. security a big concern after the shooting in las vegas last weekend, but organizers say everything went off without major issues. service members say they had a good time. >> we really enjoyed our time, spending time with the citizens and helping out first responders. today enjoying the air show as they're flying over the bay. >> there are so many incredible images that come out of these air shows. it's absolutely amazing. this video we got coming up among the very best that we have seen, coming up. the fleet week spokesman says more than 1 million people came out for the event this year and they topped it this year. if you want to see more images, find them on our home page. here's something you can find on our home page. this is absolutely amazing. this is the leap frogs, navy parachute team.
they captured amazing views, hopping out of the plane over the bay area. one thing cool about being up there, there's no traffic. what a day. what take day. a nice, beautiful landing there. i believe that's marina green. it's hard to say with the camera sideways. i believe it's marina green. incredible job by them. beautiful day for that. if you want to see more images like that one, can you find them on our home page, nbcbayarea.com. the investigation into the las vegas mass shooting continues as debate over gun control takes center stage. the body of novata victim stacee etec hechlt bar is returned home. >> reporter: a somber scene at sfo. san francisco police escorted the body of stacee to the funeral home. novato woman, san francisco police officer, was killed in the las vegas massacre, as family continue to grieve, lawmakers continue to spar over gun control.
the topic dominated the sunday morning talk shows. >> look, how many events do we want to have happen with these devices now before we do something about it? >> reporter: feinstein admitted no law could have stopped the attack since the gunman passed all background checks but she and others say there are other measures to take, such as limiting the use of bump stock. a bump stock allows a semi-automatic weapon to mimic an automatic weapon. >> i don't to want do anything that violates the constitution but there are common sense things we can do if democrats and republicans come together to reduce the violence in our community. >> reporter: steve scalise who was shot in june at congressional baseball practice, says he stands for an unlimited right to bear arms. >> nancy pelosi already said she wants it to be a slippery slope. she doesn't to want stop at bump stocks. they to want limit the rights of gun owners. >> reporter: the nra is calling for reviews and not necessarily a ban of called bump stocks. the nra wants atf to regulate
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i went outside for dinner and it was gorgeous. it felt wonderful. >> i feel like we're getting away from the hot temperatures, starting to cool down a little bit. it wasn't too hot, too cold outside. >> just right. >> it's going to be that way for the next couple of days but you want to pay attention, especially if you live in a moun toin yous area like the north bay or east bay hills. we're tracking some winds in the forecast tonight. since terry was out having dinner, this is what he encountered on his dinner run. temperatures in the 60s. 63 degrees in the peninsula. nice and mild at 72 degrees in some areas but san francisco a cool 68 degrees. these cooler temperatures, we've been going to bed with cooler temperatures. that's not going to change for the next couple of changes. let's talk about your temperature trend into the next couple of hours. by midnight we'll be in the 60s.
if you notice around 4:00, 5:00 a.m., if you wake up nice and early for work, it will be on the chillier side, especially in san francisco as well because we are expecting those winds. you're going too get a bit of that windchill early on in the morning. please keep that in mind. let's talk about these winds. we've been talking about these red flag warnings all weekend long. that hasn't changed. we're expecting this red flag warning to stay in place until tuesday morning. the reason for that is we're seeing those dry north-northeasterly winds. the relative low humidity. the good news is it looks like the humidity is expected to recover overnight. the biggest threat is for napa valley. kind of fast head through the next couple of hours in terms of wind speeds, we also have a wind advisory. right now, winds are still fairly calm. not too bad. napa at about 8 miles an hour. novato, 16 miles an hour. santa rosa at 18 miles an hour. as i mentioned, that threat is going to come overnight. at about 11:00, maybe midnight
into the 1:00 a.m., look at the gusts, 40-plus miles an hour. san francisco, 34 miles per hour. and another thing to keep in mind, we're still keeping those dangerous waves in the forecast through tomorrow morning. so, if you have plans to be out near the water tomorrow, please keep in mind, we're dealing with strong rip currents. look at tomorrow's forecast. slightly cooler, upper 70s for sab jose and 80s in inland spots. the next seven days, by wednesday into thursday we start a bit of a cooling trend. believe it or not, you might be dealing with frost early morning. might start feeling like october around here. >> all right. frost on the pumpkin. >> uh-huh. let's check in on a busy day in sports with ahmad fareed. >> this nissan sports report. how healthy or unhealthy is derek carr? we know he has a fracture in his back with jack del rio saying he'd be out with two to six weeks. with carr practicing this week some thought we would see him
today against the ravens but they decided to start e.j. manuel. raiders hosting ravens. derek carr is testing it out pregame. he was not healthy enough to play. they were wearing a decal on their helmets, vegas strong. first quarter, ravens up seven. manuel to cook. that's a fumble. jimmy smith going the other way and all the way the other way, taking it to the house for six. ravens up 14-0 early. third quarter, though, raiders making it a game. marshawn lynch, the two-yard touchdown, 53 yards total for lynch. cuts the lead to seven. later in the third, joe flacco looking for mike wallace. they hit three times for big-time gains. this is one of them. raiders cannot complete the comeback. they lose 30-17. drop to 2-3 on the season so far. how about the 49ers taking on the colts in indianapolis. players continuing their protest during the national anthem.
vice president mike pence in attendance, did later leave after the protest. tweeting about that. under a minute left in the fourth, fourth and goeshlgs final chance for niners. hoyer finds george kittle. we're going to overtime. in o.t., marlon mack taking the handoff, was frank goeshre, although he did play quite a bit. mack, 39 yards, finished with 91 yards on the ground. it set up this. adam vinatieri, 51 yards out, for the win in overtime. oh, yeah 37 colts win in o.t. over the 49ers 26-23. an update on former niners' quarterback colin kaepernick, first nfl player to make a statement by kneeling during the national anthem last year. in speaking with cbs, he says he's working out religiously in the new york area with his agent talking to various clubs about getting him back on the field this season.
that is their goal right now. now, speaking on cbs's "nfl today," they indicated he'll no longer kneel at the anthem upon his return. that's not so. his girlfriend, radio and tv personality, tweeting the reports colin will stand for the anthem is completely false. he's never discussed this with anyone. check out the warriors taking on the timberwolves. last game in china before ending the trip. first quarter, city curry driv baseline, up and under. first quarter, more evidence of that. curry, defense to offense behind the back. pull-up three. he had 40 points in the game and scored them in just three quarters. he didn't even play the fourth quarter. third quarter, klay thompson with eight threes, 22 total for klay. later in the third, curry again, 19 of curry's 40 points came in
the third quarter. 142-110. the warriors come back home. they'll finish off the preseason at home against san sacramento coming up on friday. that will do it for the "nissan sports report." more news after the break. you could save energy by living off the grid. completely. or... set the washing machine to cold. do your thing. energy upgrade california.
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