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year in a lot of ways around the league when you consider that we have the most teams undefeated through week seven since the 1970 merger, yet we have the fewest number of teams that much a winning record. there are only six other teams with a winning record. you have these five. patriots will be the first to get to 7-0 here tonight. bengals and pittsburgh. denver and green bay. they'll be playing in the mile high city on sunday. as carolina will be hosting indianapolis. third and 10. to matthews. trying to set some blockers up but the patriots help bust it up. it will be fourth down coming up. phil: of course they're going to go for it. a field goal does nothing. i tell you, they were rolling, everything was all excitement. hey, we were excited about the
miami dolphins tonight and reality hit them here tonight. you see how far they are away from being a championship team. jim: fourth and 5. they'll keep the drive going as sims hauls it in. it wasn't going to be the easiest position to be in because it's a complicated week anytime you play the patriots and when you have the short week on top of it, you're traveling. phil: got a new defensive coordinator so that's tough on him getting ready for an offense that does so many different things. new head coach, been on the job for a couple of weeks. jim: to the end zone and just out of reach for stills. so after tonight, the east looks like to. miami and new england meet for the second time week 17 on january 3. but you look at the dolphins, 0-
3 in the division. tannehill. taken down by mccourty. mayo was giving chase also. phil: mccourty once again off the outside. it was patrick chung one time. they switch position, this time mccourty comes. same blitz, nobody there to block him, gets the sack. jim: and that's the fifth sack registered by the patriot defense. and now third and 23. knocked down by logan ryan, who had an interception earlier in this game. phil: you know, they lost
darrelle revis. everybody thought boy, this is going to be such a completely different team. what will they do? i think they've gotten better up front and they play so much of this type of coverage where they just play man-to-man and there getting better at this as the year goes along. that's what you have to do in league now. if you can't cover and knock down passes like that you're going to be in big trouble. jim: they have to get to the 7 for a first. fourth down play. they're after him again. tannehill. throws it toward the end zone. jump pass. knocked down and the patriots will take over on downs. harmon back there. rookie justin coleman as well.
network. garoppolo is in at quarterback. that's white at running back. and jimmy grab lo in his second year out of eastern illinois takes over as brady retires for the evening. another stellar performance, phil. phil: yeah, just a terrific performance and i have a chance and you do too, to talk to the coaches and players and we felt a great concern from the coaches of the patriots about the match-ups, which we talked about. does it really matter when you talk about the patriots? no matter what happens they're going to score. you have to find a way to score 30 points to have a chance to beat them. referee: offside, number 78, defense. lined up in the neutral zone. five-yard penalty. remains second down. jim: to your point on this 30-point discussion. you have to put up 30. they put up 28 in the first game
against pittsburgh and every game now after that they've scored at least 30. more than 30. phil: you and i sit around talk about keys to the game and everything and my first key for the dolphins was what? how do you score over 30 because no matter what you do to this patriots offense, they figure it out during the game and they find the matchups they want and they exploit them. jim: second and 4. that's white. had a prominent role in the game last week and he's knocked back for a loss of one. you start looking down the line at the patriots' schedule. they have some games the likes of at denver. we'll see them at the new york giants. they have a game at the new york jets but this is a team that already, the whispers are out there. is this going to be like that team of a few years ago? phil: those whispers are not going to stop after this game, that's for sure.
jim: coming up next, the "the mazda postgame show." interviews and analysis. of tonight's game. the patriots get the mini bye this weekend and then they'll be back at home a week from sunday hosting the redskins. that will be the national late afternoon game on cbs. november 15. at new york giants. often a nemesis for new england. phil: yeah, i would say that's a good word for it. jim: buffalo comes here. at denver. phil: you ever notice just watching the patriots sideline, just watching tom brady. "thursday night football." we hear it constantly. it's such a grind for the guys to get ready but they all say the same thing. boy, it's going to be great to get the weekend off. just think, when you win, that makes the weekend much, much
sweeter. jim: third and 35. grob lo hands off to white and he's stacked up. that will force them to punt and one last clans for the dolphins offense to try to do a little something here with the football. but miami has had so far only 14 yards rushing and if it remains at that figure, it would be the third lowest total rushing in a game in miami's history. this is coming off -- miller loon last week had 175 in a half. another punt fielded back deep, from the 5-yard line. phil: i don't know fit says something about the patriots defense or the two teams they played before the -- the dolphins, that is. jim: 57-yard punt. brady to gronkowski on the
opening drive. lewis, who had, especially in that first half, a huge part in things. then finding edelman in the second half. edelman moved tout los angeles so he could get maybe some practice reps in the off-season with brady and quite a chemistry was formed this summer. edelman and amendola joined brady up at the vacation home in montana. they worked running routes starting at 6:00 in the morning at altitude. extreme altitude. phil: i would say this. if you're a quarterback in the nfl and you kind of watch this game. all the quarterbacks watch each other. there's a lot to learn from tom brady. and the fact is you can keep your skill level high as you get older. tom brady, 38 and, you know, that's what you have to do. you have to keep working at your craft and what makes you successful, he's a great quarterback because he throws the football so well, among many other things.
jim: stills, the catch and a first down. again, the "the mazda postgame show" will come up. all the interviews and analysis of tonight's game. closing seconds here. the pass tipped up in the air and incomplete. we'll have the browns at the bengals next week and if i may borrow a little line that was used around here one time. it's for us, on to cincinnati. phil: here we go. you know, talking about the bengals, looking forward to seeing them next week. what a difference getting some of their players back that they didn't have in the playoff game we did last year when they played the indianapolis colts.
their offense is maybe not quite as explosive or as good as the patriots has been this year but not far behind. jim: jonas gray. might want to go out of bounds but that will do it. pick up a big gain with that last one but of little consequence as belichick and the patriots now in the last four meetings here in gillette against miami have outscored them by nearly 100. 132-47 over the last four years here. edelman tonight with seven catches, 81 yards and two touchdowns. phil: yep. everybody contributes when you talk about this patriots football team on both side of the ball. start looking down at all the
people that caught passes tonight. three different runners carried the ball. jim: on willie mcginest night, as belichick went over to congratulate him. one of his favorite players going boo the franchise hall of fame tonight. -- into the franchise hall of fame tonight. all right, tracy, let's send it to you again. trevor: i'm with julian edelman. four-touchdown night for brady, two of those to you in the second half. what can you say about the chemistry you two have together? >> we got some chemistry but we have chemistry with everyone. everyone is out there producing. made some big plays coming off of p.u.p. gronk being gronk. having little dirty out there, dion, he's doing well. defense had some turnovers. we have to get better on third
down but it was good. trevor: how about the way this team came out in a short week against a really confident miami team coming in? >> it was good. we knew he had a tough battle. these guys have been playing very confident. they've been playing tough for anywhere new coach. it was about preparation, getting in there and going in and doing everything you could to try and out-prepare them and i think we prepared well. trevor: thanks a lot, congratulations. >> thank you. jim: you heard her ask about that chemistry with brady. they didn't know each other as kids but grew -- grew up not even 10 minutes apart south of san francisco. san mateo for. to redwood, julian. their two home towns just minutes away from the site of super bowl 50 in santa clara. 36-7 is the final. "the mazda postgame show" is coming up. back with more after this.
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>> welcome to "the mazda postgame show." rich: a very gronk halloween in gillette tonight. 113 yards off tom brady's 356 passing yards to number 87 with 61 career touchdowns now for a tight end that is one shy of shannon sharpe's career mark and he's in the pro football hall of fame, if i'm not mistaken. rich eisen along with marshall marshall, steve mariucci and michael irvin. rob gronkowski is soon to visit our set on "the mazda postgame
show." the patriots are putting the bang thing on everybody they are seeing right now. led by number 1, who appears to be picked -- ticked off at the football world. michael: news flash. maurl: he's ticked off but he's playing at a high level. we saw it. they're up 30-some odd points and brady misses a read and he's on the ground slamming the football, hitting the ground. next play he hits edelman for a touchdown. that is the trivep that's driving this team and i believe it's not that he's upset. i believe this is who tom brady is. he wants to be perfect. michael: he's not upset, he's just doing what he does with the football. press onward to the metal. the last five days, 60-92 for 711 yards. six touchdowns and no
interceptions. and how many wins? two. that's right. exactly. steve: we could talk tom brady all night. i'm going to audible a little bit. let's talk about this defense because they lost a bunch of players in the off-season but this defense sacked ryan tannehill five times. intercepted him twice. he was underture rells and how about stopping the run game? held them to 15 yards rushing. last week the dolphins had 248 yards rushing. the dolphins were never in this game. rich: the numbers brady put up in the last five games -- days. jim nantz, phil simms, we are eight week through the football season for these two teams and tom brady and the patriots have a two and a half game lead on the jets and a four-game lead on the dolphins. they're taking control of the a.f.c. east.
jim: you're right, itch -- rich. they have a stranglehold on it at the moment and now 7-0. this is now the second time in patriot history they've won the first seven games in their history. of course 2007 was the other occasion. you started at the end of the game talking about some comparisons. who's going to beat them? the year they won the super bowl they lost four times in the regular season. you don't see four losses the rest of the year. phil: no, ied be shocked if they lost four games. again, you have to score so many points to have a chance. the thing, they said it. steve mariucci, the defense. that's one of the keys. the offense we know is going to keep scoring with the quarterback and with josh mcdaniels and the scheme. but with the defense, i really believe it and i thought so, that front seven can stop the run. they're getting better at it. they have linebackers that make plays. it remind me of those first couple of super bowl winning teams. mcginest, mike vrabel. they have this going on here
right now too. jim: i can hear a lot of people trying to draw hard, fast conclusions. hey, those wins for the dolphins. that was against tennessee and houston. maybe this thing is not so special. i don't think you want to go there with this dan campbell team. i don't know how many expected them to come here on the a short week and win at new england. it wasn't pretty. they were dominated here tonight but what do you come away with thinking about the dolphins? phil: no matter what happened. it wasn't like i was going to go yeah, that was just luck and bad teams and all that. i think they've changed their attitude a little down there, the way they matchup -- match up against the patriots, it was a terrible match up for them in many aspects. but the dolphins will be in that group of about 15 teams trying to fight for maybe an 8- record. jim: the reality of it is there
were only 11 teams with winning records coming into the week. you start to try to figure out who are your wild card teams? phil: the wild card race is going to be fun. jim: going to be interesting to see. again, we'll see you next week at cincinnati, only on nfl network. meantime coming up next on cbs, your local news except on the west coast and don't miss "the late show with the with stephen kolber and "the late late show" only on cbs. "the mazda postgame show" continues on nfl network. for phil, tracy, mike carey, all the crew. jim nantz saying so long from foxborough and thanks for watching "the mazda postgame show."
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themselves the big money winners. russ. >> if a gazillion would look like -- if it were a real number, it would look like that. >> the million dollar one, where did you buy that? >> it wasn't here. >> he says he's a scratch-off addict. >> nothing unusual? >> i don't have nothing to hide. >> he has won the lottery 27 times. despite this d.c. lottery news release claiming he was just a pizza delivery man, he's not. he actually owns the sunrise newsstand, the very same newsstand where he purchased all those winning tickets. >> 10,000, 5,000. >> he is not the only case we uncovered. we analyzed 64,000 d.c. lottery wins of $600 or more, from scratch-off to lot tomorrow. three of the five most frequent
winners owned or worked at lottery retailers, too. odds a statistician put at 1 in 10 billion. >> that's statistically ridiculous. it doesn't happen. >> i was immediately suspicious. >> on your "this is criminally suspicious radar" where does this ping. >> there are red flags all over the d.c. lottery. >> they weren't suspicious about it. >> assad says after his win investigators accused him of missing particular and missing money. the d.c. lottery won't comment. assad says the allegations are false. >> you ever looked at it in the way we did? >> this simple spreadsheet source. wusa9 used to the find the repeat winners. watch the attorney interrupt the interview. >> here's what i would say. we have numerous way to get into the data but i don't want
to give away our technique. >> does this seem suspicious to you? >> i don't have an opinion on it. >> the thing that got our attention is these people sell lottery tickets, and they're the big winners again and again. >> okay. >> in other states headlines show high win rates help to uncover ticket theft or retailers signing their name to help avoid paying taxes. >> we look for patterns. >> we also reviewed a retail where fraudulently obtained as many as 80,000 ticket a day and cashed in big winnings. the only case prosecuted over 10 years. >> what did you do immediately after we contacted you? >> we turned the information over to our investigators. we don't have an investigation in all the names you have given us, but there will be an investigation into each and every one. >> thanks again. >> thank you. >> despite the stat stitches odds, the lottery maintains these high number wins can be
normal if the player plays a lot. and they say they've already cleared the winner at the top of our list as just that, a freak wept player. now, assad says that's what he did, too. he played a lot. but he says his luck turned bad, he kept playing, even that million dollars, kept playing and now he says he's broke. >> and he admitted to you that he has a problem and it's got to be especially hard when he's got all of those ticket machines next to him at work. >> he doesn't have that problem any more. there is no lottery machine in that store any more. normally there would be documents telling you why that lottery machine was removed. they're not. >> real quick what does this mean for the rest of us who may go to play the lottery every now and then? >> well, if someone was to inappropriately win a big money game, that game is no longer there for a real player like you to win. >> all right, russ. >> we'll wait to see the results of the investigation.
we know will you certainly be on top of it. thanks russ. we're following breaking news out of arlington. police have taken a man into custody for the murder of his estranged wife. officers arrested 46-year-old david black soon after a special grand jury issued its indictment. black is charged with first- degree murder in the death of 42-year-old bonnie black. police found her body inside of her home last april. officers were called by a neighbor who spotted the couple's two young children wandering outside the house. now to another story you will see only on wusa9. two prince george's county business owners say they are fighting for their company's survival under attack from thousands of on-line commentators trying to shut them down. >> the couple is asking for help from the fbi, from google, and from wusa9 to tell their story and clear their business' name. garrett haake live in bowie. this couple in a pretty tough fight. >> reporter: yeah, that's right, and tonight this couple, the owner of this 25-year-old
business behind me, tell me their livelihood and that of their 14 employees is now at stake, under assault from an on- line army. on october 20th the google reviews started rolling in. negative, nasty, and personal. attacking the company's leadership, not in craftsmanship with devastating effects. >> so they're just passing over us death. mails have stopped and the phone calls have dwindled. >> the target it was company's vp, married to the owner and a youtube activist. in february keller kicked a hornet's nest. she attached her real name to a letter and video she sent to the employer of the british scientist and antifeminist phil mason known as thunder foot to his 400,000 subscribers. >> feminism i actually see in many ways as the more serious threat. >> reporter: she hoped his university would silence or censor him. >> these people can't do
anything to me. >> i'm not too sure about that, because people can say what they want about your company on- line. >> reporter: thunderfoot responded in kind posting keller's name and business on- line, and the spam review carpet bombing by his supporters began. >> you have no recourse as abs owner. they take these reviews at face value. it's pretty bad. it's economic cyber terrorism. >> reporter: in the pace of the onslaught, cereal appearly poll guides and deleted all of her social media. >> so basically i've been shut up and shut down. >> reporter: so far, keller's silence hasn't been enough to stop the attacks. her husband hopes this might. >> i don't know how to make this go away. we've apologized. this has nothing to do with my business. they're really hurting the wrong people. they want to hurt her. she taunted them in a video that you can't hurt me. well, yes, they can. >> reporter: and tonight