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well, the game is officially over. it began to feel likit was over after the colts took the opening kickoff, went 12 plays, 80 yards, 7-0. established early dominance and nevelet up. they win it 38-14. we're joined now by tony dungy or are we going to andrea first? she is down on the field and i will find out, along with e rest of you, who is with andrea. >> eddie: thank you very much, bob. peyton manning declined to be interviewed after this game so we are pleased to have the defensive star dwight freeney
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with us. now, why were you le to get to e manning the way that you did tonight? >> i think it has a lot to do with what we do every day. it's about training and practice d about the colts who are around here. we geafter quarterbacks is what we do. especially when we get leads. opportunity to make some plays happen. >> eddie: you anrobert mathis are the masters of the sack fumble. you had two tonight. how are you able to take advantage of particularly giants left tackle david diehl? >> i think every time we go after the quarterback, running back, we are trained to go ahead and cause that fumble. i think, you know, probably oginate lawrence taylor on that and i grew up watching him. robert does a great job. whenever we get an opportunity we try to strip the ball. >> eddie: uncharacteristic way to start the season last week with a loss. how important was it for you to come out strong from the start? >> very important. especially a home game. we want to start off the season
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on a good noit note. obviously, the first game didn't happen. why 16 games and opportunities to prove yourself. >> eddie: how do you build on tonight's win as you head to denver? >> hopefully, we correct our miskes that happen. >> eddie: what mistak did you see? >> in football you can find anything. i promise you on every play there is something you can correct. i'm sure we will go in on monday, morrow, correct our mistakes and move on. >> eddie: thanks for your time, dwight. appreciate it. bob, back to you. >> andrea, thanks very much. this was the scene after the game ended. eli manning on the short end. really on the shortnd. 38-14. being consoled with his parents archie and olivia after losing to the colts 38-14. as you all know, peyton manning is one of the most cooperative athletes in all of sports and availle in all of sports. he knew the questions most had to pertain to eli and figured
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there was nothing he could say and only make it worse. my guess would be that is why peyton politely declined to speak to andrea kremer. tony, you old team had it going on tonight. what was your take? >> they really did. i can kind of sense that. talked to jim ldwell on friday. and he was more concerned about the offense than he was about the run defense. everyone else with was talking about the colts run defense and thweaknesses they had. but the offense wasn't sharp st week. he felt like they really practiced well, that peyton would be on top of his game and they came out with a first drive, w1scored. that really set the tempo because this team is so much different, when they are ahead than when they are playing from behind. >> they were ahead from the opening drive 80 yards, 12 plays, established a 7-0 lead and never looked back. they had to be aware after losing the texans last wee texans beat the redskins in overtime before this game began. so the texans are off to a 2-0 start.
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had indy fallen to 0-2 they would have been in a hole early in the season. >> would have been a deep hole. i was very, very impressed with houston today. they followed up on a big emotional win with a different type of win. they are down 17 points on the road, were having trouble runni the ball and matt schaub had to bring them back and win this game. these are the type of gaps, the last two weeks, where they have got a sense now they are a very good football team and i don't think people are going to want to play them in the coming weeks. >> tony, you were peyton's coach the first time he faced his brother eli. this time eli ma much more success. a young pup then and people expected peyton to prevail. but looked at this as a rivalry being a little bit closer and all peyton tonight. knowing how close the brothers are, don't you suspect even though he happy with his own perform answer and his team's performance but in a sense it's a tough night for peyton manning. >> this is a very tough night.
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i have watched peyton when i cched there and we would play a 4:00 game and' lie would play at 1:00. peyton would take the giants losses very hard. this is a game tt he is glad his team came out and played well, but he is very, very disappointed and hurt like that big brother for eli. he wanted him to play better and i don't think this was an easy game at all for peyton. >> tony, thanks a lot. talk to you next week. we turn to mike florio. tomorrow, on your monday ten-pack one of the big topics is the vikings who are 0-2 and look like a desperate 0-2. >> yeah, it's right, bob. a year they went all in to get brett favre to come back one more year and paid him a lot more money. the question is will they pay even money to attract vincent jackson from the chargers. san diego has until wednesday to trade vincent jackson and have hi miss only four games with his new team. and if the vikings are that team, they wouldn't have vincent
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jackson until october 17th, so the dama could be done but i think brett favre is going to want some help there is too many injuries in that passing game and he doesn't trust any receivers that are healthy. >> anher disappointment has to be the cowboys who now face a tough game coming up against houston. how hot would the seat beneath wade phillips tail be if they lost and went to 0-3? >> well, if you fall 0-3 against your instate rivals and you get closer to the point where you're not going to make the playoffs, bob, sooner lat, you just have to wonder whether jerry jones looks to jason garrett, a guy who has been on that short list of head coaching candidates, the team's offensive coordinator and wonder whether giving the job to jason garrett mid season would be the spark to turn it around? jerry jes desperately wants to take his team to the super bowl that is hosting in the brand-new stadium. >> jerry jones is fond of wade philps and make a change reluctantly if it came to that but you're saying he would be
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willing to make it in season, yes? >> i think th sense of wanting desperately to play ithat super bowl he is going to host to maybe make him doing something along those lines. the losses would have to pile up before he would get to that point, but hreally wants to play in that super bowl he is going to be hosting. >> mike, what are some of the key injuries you're going to be reporting on? >> for te cowboys, today, bob, you talked about it at halftime the ongoing concussion problem jason witten falls into the nfl procedures for getting clearance to come bacand play. it can be a week are it's up to the doctors at this point. jets cornerback darrelle revis aggravated a hamstring injury and have an mri tomorrow. jets are optimistic it's not serious. percy har harvin that brett favre needs to step up and perform he aggravated a hip injury and mri tomorrow and see how it turns out. >> check out more from mike on profootballtalk on
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with his monday ten-pack. the latest nfl news and notes. the colts beat the giantand did it handily. 28-14 -- 38-14. back to wrap it up after this. . how's your shave? kinda like tuggin' and pullin'. see how shaving can cause irritating tug anpull? [ male announcer ] that's why gillette's introducing the revolutionary new fusion proglide. it glides... like literally. [ male announcer ] now, fusion proglide has been engineered with gillette's thinnest blades ever so it glides for less tug and pull. turns shaving into gliding. and skeptics into believers. new fusion proglide. andarm up before you shave for incredible comfort with new proseries thermal scrub. andarm up before you shave for incredible comfort boss: and now i'll turn it over gecko: ah, thank you, sir. as we all know, geico has been saving people money on rv, camper and trailer insurance... well as motorcycle insurance... gecko: oh...sorry, technical difficulties. boss: uh...what about this? gecko: what's this one do? gecko: um...maybe that one. ♪ dance music boss: ok, let's keep rolling. we're on motorcycle insurance.
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this is the play of the game. >> play of the game. let's go to dwight freeney collection. >> i wish we had the package of this. dwight freeney and robert mathis the other the other side too much for david diehl. not a lot of help but made the decision they would leave their tackles alone. with this crowd noise, nearly impossible to get the two guys blocked. our plays of the game, there were a lot of those. >> big-time defense and offensively they got started the first drive of the game resulting in a donald brown touchdown.
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and the colts who never led last week, never trailed tonight in a way they went. the other new york team, the jets a big win today in a tight game and then mark sanchez had a good second half. >> for mark sanchez, this was really a pressure-packed game. a lot of people questioning whether or not the cohing staff even believed in him enough to turn the ball over to him, let him tow the ball down the field. and that game was close in the fourth quarter and rex rn said, here you go, let's see what you got and he came through. >> 2-0 dolphins next week, too. our first sunday night game in miami. indianapolis wins it. the final score is 38-14. so it is the jets against the dolphins on "sunday night footba" one week from tonight. "football night in america" gets it started at 7:00 eastern and 4:00 pacific time. for now, it's al michaels a cris collinsworth and andrea kremer and our entire nbc sports crew saying good night from
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you're watching nbc 4, washington's news leader. now, live in hd, th is nbc 4 at ç11:00. washington, we have a problem. there seems to be two redskins tea, one that blue chip high-powered offee capable of putting 27 points on a scoreboard, the other, though, a team whose defense can't stop opponents from scoring at will. i'm craig melvin, everyone. that season-ending win over the arch nemesis created high expectations. something happened at fedex today, actuly a lot of things went wrong, especially toward the end. want to bring in my friend hakeem dermish here. >> i thought this was one in the bag, they were looking good, the offense firing on all cylinders.
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the redskins built a 17-point lead but houston mounted a texas-sized comeback. quarterback matt schaub passed for nearly 500 yards leading t texans to a 27-30 victory in overtime. here's how it went down. two minutes to go, redskins up 27-20. matt schaub gets the play off, avoids the sack. throws a jump ball to andre johnson, his favorite receiver and he hauls it in over reed dowdy. that forces overtime. in o.t., graham ganeau on for the extra point. we have to do theick all over again. second attempt, here it is, oh, no the kick is wide right. that extends the overtime and the texans capilize. veterans kicker neil rackers on from 35 yards out, it's up and it's good.
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that's it. donovan mcnabb and the redskins lose 30-27 in overtime. >> bottom line is they got it done and we didn't. syou have to go back and be tough on yourself. the thing i was pleased with, our football team played hard throughout the game. just made few too many mistakes at crucial times. >> up next from mike shanahan and the redskins, the first road game at 0-2 st. louis rams. they're not a cupcake either. >> no. >> you can't count anybody out in this league. at least they go to play an 0-2 team in st. louis on the road next week. >> tough to beat a team when you let their quarterback throw for close to 500 yards. >> he and pretty much andre johnson beat them at the d. other news now, a mother in prince george's county searching for answers. a driver hit her daughter and kept going. the victim, a try athlete, law studt and u.s. senate hopeful. tonight we learn that the driver did not even realized she struck
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someone until she got home and saw the victim's bike underneath her escalade. here's dorothy spencer. >> reporter: natasha pettigrew was struck and critically injured while riding her bike on central avenue in largo early sunday morning. police say, the driver who at first didn't realize she hit someone did not remain on the scene. >> she is unconscious. she suffered massive inu[ies. massive head trauma, broken ribs. she lost a kidney in the surgery. broken knee. >> reporter: pettigrew was struck near the intersection at cams wayat 5:30 in the morning. the driver thoug she hit a dog or deer. once she returned home, she discovered pettigrew's bike under her cillac escalade and called authories. >> pettigrew's mother has a lot of questions.
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>> why would you hit someone and then just keep on going? yes, i'm definitely searching for answers. >> reporter: pettigrew is a third year student at the university of miami law school. she took a break from school to run against senator barbara mccloskey. here's part of an intir view she did with maryland public television. >> why did you feel you needed to run for the senate. >> i don't feel they're responsive to the needs of their constituents. >> reporter: the trainingnow suspended as pettigrew fights for her life at prince george's hospital center. >> i just ask that everyone keep er in their prayers and that she will get strong and certainly have a full recovery. >> reporter: maryland state police have seized that bicycle as well as the cadillac escalade as part of their investigation. they say there's no indication that alcohol played aole in
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this crash, at this point, no charges have been filed. in largo, dorothy spcer, news 4. a young woman has been gunned down in southeast. it happened ound 3:30 yesterday morning along bruce place. ashley mccrae is the young lady on the f right in this picture. that picture was taken at the georgetown store where she worked. police found a 21-year-old inside her car early saturday morning. she had been shot. she was rushed to the hospital where she was pronounced dead. >> everybody is sad aboutit. everybody knew her. she was areal popular person, you know. she's really going to be missed. >> so far, no arrests. in just a few days, virginia will execute its first woman in nearly 100 years. teresa lewis ordered the murders of her husband and stepson to collect $250,000 life insurance policy. lewis' lawyers argued that her
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low iq would make her execution cruel and unusual. the american woman freed from an iranian prison is calling for theelease of her fiance and friend tonight. sarah shourd flew into dulles international thisorning. the iranian government released her on humanitarian grounds. she was in prison with fiance shane bauer and josh fattal. she talkedabout the two she left behind. >> i walked out of prison with my spirit bruised but unbroken. and i am moreç determined than ever that shane and josh, god willing, will soon walk out the same way. >> shourd was released in part because of medical concerns. she has since seen a doctor and she's been given a clean bill of
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alth. former secretary of state colin powell saysllegal immigrants do essential work in this country, also says that immigrants have done work for him. hear more about what powell is commenng for his republican colleagues. on the immigration debate. plus, hurricane igor weakening but still being described as a punishing storm. wll show you where it's about to make landfall. he's a quadruple amputee and he's just done something that most able-bodied people can't do. the incredible story of one man's swim across the english channel. i'm news 4 metrologist chuck bell, getting ready to send the kiddos back to school, a pleasant morning indeed. tell furz in the mid-50s, low 60s around town. a complete check of the rest of the workweek forecast coming right up.
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the streets were quiet in afghanistan's capital today.ç elections have brought a rash of violence and claims of voter fraud. votes a still being counted following saturdas election. meanwhile, at least 14 people were killed in attacks across the country. however, afghanistan saw less violence during this year's election than last year's. this time around, however, it looks like low voter turnout and fraud accusations could test the government's credibility. it will be october before we know who won. work on the third tonguele is under way in chile where 33 miners have been trapped for nearly two months now. officials say a new drill will be able to break through 90 feet of rock a day. it has reachedhe miners about 2,000 feet belo ground. after that, the rescuers will have to make certain the tunnel is strong enough so it doesn't collapse when they try to pull those miners out. if there are no problems, the men could be out in about a month. former secretary of state colin poll wants members of his party to take a hard look at
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their views on immigration. powell appeared on nbc's "meet the press" this morning. he was talking about the republican parts priorities when he was ask about the issue of illegal immigration. take a listen. >> we have millions and millions of illegal immigras in our country, undocumented individua, who are working, who are doing things we need done in this country. they're all over my house doing things whenever i call for repairs. i'm sure you've seen them at your house. we've got to find a way to bring these people out of the darkness and give them some kind of status. >> powell did not say whether 's hired illegal immigrants directly or whether they showed up with contractors. still ahead tonight, actor randy quaidnd his wife are facing burglary charges. we'll tell you aboutthe latest run-in with the law for the quaids. we're headed for a cooldown, folks. an a chan
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words alone aren't enough. my job is to listen to the needs and frustrations of the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel or restaurant workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility
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for the clean up in the lf and that includes keeping you informed. our job is to listen and find ways to help. that means working with communities. restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund to cover lost income until people impacted can get back to work. and our efforts aren't ming at tax-payer expense. i know people are wondering-- now that the well is capped, is bp gonna meet its commitments? i was bornn new orleans. my family still lives here. i'm gonna be here until we make this right.
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actor randy quaid and his wife are in trouble again. there's their mug shot again, right there. police arrested the couple yesterday after they got a couple about the quaids squatting in their former home. the current owner of the property has the proper papers saying otherwise. the quaids with are charged with burglary this time. they were charged earlier this year and they had to serve some time in jail for not paying a $10,000 hotel bill. after five months and 5 million barrels of gushing oil, the broken well in the gulf has
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been permanently sealed. crews tested the cement plug one more time before bp andfederal officials declared the well dead. while the well itself no longer poses a thrt, the work in the gulf is far from over for all of those who live and work there, president oba has promised his administration will continue to work closely with gulf coast residents and businesses to help in their recovery. as hurricane igor is now a category 1 storm, it's rapidly approaching bermuda. while igor has weakened somewhat, the popular vacation island will most lily take a rect hit. big waves, driving rains have caused some damage on the island. that eye is expected to pass over bermuda late tonight, perhaps early tomorrow morning. bermuda's power company says that nearly 20,000 customers are already in the dark. >> not going to take a last-minute chance on a wobble. i checked with the hurricane center, the eye wall itself was 25 miles just to the west of bermuda. if it stays off to the west, it
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will bypass most of the island but it will be really close and hurricane force winds extend outwards nearly 100 miles from the center. the entire island of bermuda is going to spend all night tonight being battered by hurricane force winds. that's 74 miles an hor, sustained winds with gusts still close to 100. it's not a good night in bermuda. here in washington all is clear and quiet outside. i'll show you the great satellite picture on igor in just a second. the high temperature made it up to 85 degrees after a 61 degree start early this morning. now here as we close in on the midnight ho, 73 degrees is our current temperature. winds have come back around to the northwest at 7 miles an hour. temperaturesç mostly in the 60 and low 70s. pretty much area wide at this point. there's the islan bermuda, there's this massive hurricane o here. igor. look how closehe eye wall is, just barely off to the west side of the island of bermuda. that's going be an ugly night in bermuda, no doubt about it.
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they're still expecting anywhere between 5 and 10 inches of rain and they're in all likelihood going to have winds gusting close to 100 miles anour from now all the way until the sun comes up tomorrow morning. not to mention 30 to 40-foot wav offshore. a huge storm for bermuda. for us, we've been saved by this area of high pressure and this trailing cold front. that's going to bring in some cooler weather as we get into torrow and tuesday. but that cool stretch won't last long. as the high moves away, the southwesterly flood gates open once again. temperatures back into the upper 80s, pushing 90 degrees by wednesday and thursday. to get your day started ti tomorrow morning, partly cloudy skies, mild, 63 in town, tomorrow, a mix of clouds and sunshine, cooler than today. take some of thedge off of the september weather. breezy at times. winds tomorrow out of the northwest 15 to 25 miles an hour. highs should make it up to 80 for a brief time tomorrow. a nice cool night monday night.
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a beauty of a day on tuesday. then the heat and a hint of humidity come back on wednesday and thursday. that's hit or miss. i think the next chance for a soaking rain may not come until sext sunday. >> all right, thank you, sir. >> you're welcome. there's a frenchman who has become the first quadruple amputee to swim the english channel. it tok 42-year-old felipe cortiso cortisone, he swam a stey crawl with his trunkated arms. that's an amazing story. the snorkel helped him breathe. thinking about the support of his sons and his friends throughout the years has kept him going. they were all on hnd cheering him on during that long swim, 13 1/2 hours, quadruple amputee. we have reaction to the
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redskins overtime loss to the texans. we go out to fed devil. the lions got the full michael vick experience today.


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