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♪ for marc trestman, he watched the team over the last 11 games give up 50 or more points three times. philadelphia last year and then new england two weeks ago tonight. prior 759 games. the bears gave up 50 or more 3 times. harris. number three on the depth chart at runningback to the 22 yard line. so for the packers, 55 points tonight.
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tied for the most in a game ever here at lambeau field. not a franchise record for home games because they used to play some games at milwaukee county stadium an they scored more in that game down there. team record is 57. so it's an impressive night for the guys in green and a short night of work for the hugely productive one for one aaron rodgers. quarterback, harris. now harris with the 30 yard line with 9:30 to go. mike mccarthy, ninth year with the packers. 27 points per game, second only to sean payton. winning record in division games all eight seasons and there's
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the coach himself, john madden. john with a 745 in his tenure with the oakland raiders. the coaches looking in his office park tonight. >> cris: i would imagine so. he loves football. >> al: probably saying, all the way, you know, he'll watch the game to the end. >> cris: i think that john madden would have an unbelievable amount of respect for mike mccarthy. sean payton, name the top play caller in the nfl, he gets credit. this guy doesn't get a fraction of the credit for what is, not only as a head coach, but as an offensive mind and creative guy. he and aaron rodgers now have come up with a communication ability on the field and a space that is really becoming very hard to stop.
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>> al: flynn throws and incomplete. adams cannot hang on. >> cris: they really spent this entire off week trying to figure out which curveball the chicago bears were going to throw at them. so not only did they throw a major curveball with clay matthews in at the middle linebacker position and almost every time the bears come off a bye week they hit you with something new and this is a huge something new that worked over the top and they were trying to figure out what the bears would throw on the other side and i think the bears trying to get back to basics and get the guys playing fast and that didn't work and for lance briggs, i can't imagine it. >> al: there's a wild pitch. timeout, green bay. doesn't take a holiday. but add brand new belongings from nationwide and we'll replace stolen or destroyed items with brand-new versions.
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>> al: third and six. flynn. chase.
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lifts that one away. fourth down. talk about mccarthy, mike will be 51 tomorrow. he's been a coach for a long time. you go back to fort hays state in kansas. back in '87. quarterbacks coach at the pittsburgh university. working in kansas city. he was here for one year in '99. quarterbacks coach. he had favre. >> cris: tripped over a cord. >> al: and the saints. 49ers. one year as an offensive coordinator and led to a pretty good nine-year run. short one. chris williams. and let's check in with michelle. >> michelle: well, wide receiver brandon marshall out as if things couldn't get worse for the bears. left ankle is the reason he is out. he came to the bench.
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spoke with the head trainer. brandon marshall out for the night. >> al: we'll wonder about him next week home against minnesota. cutler is out for the night because jimmy clausen will finish up. carolina, a couple of -- the parka on and clausen will take us to the finish line. this is ka'deem carey, a rookie out of arizona. backs up forte. taking a look down the road here, the lions go to arizona. arizona now 8-1 with, you know, carson palmer situation there and then new england. two really tough games back to back. tampa bay, minnesota, and then at chicago and week 17, where do
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they find up? here. packers, philadelphia. new england comes in. final game against detroit right here which could be for a lot of marbles. first down for carey. >> cris: wouldn't mind being here for that one. that detroit team is tough. boy, they have a good front line. i know, you have to get your parka out. it's a -- you know, that is an exciting team. and you just wonder now if offensively they start to get it going with calvin johnson and golden tate and the way they can, you know, run the football. reggie's back and healthy a little bit again. that team, you said it before. quietly has taken the lead and really has sort of been quietly. >> al: remember the last time detroit beat green bay here? 1991. throws and a jump ball and just
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a moment it looked like house had come down with it and the ball throwed free incomplete. >> cris: tough to make this play over jeffery. went up, got the hands on it. almost came down with that one. we were talking to williams about alshon jeffery and he said he had a good one to learn from but he's a guy with the ball in the air has a way to going up and making plays but house outbattled him. >> al: play clock has expired. delay of game. >> delay of game, offense, five-yard penalty, second down. >> al: 11 penalties against the bears. miscues. take your pick. a ton of them. >> cris: some of them are hard to believe. >> al: this one in particular.
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>> cris: there's one i've never seen, never seen that one. gets the scramble an then boink off the helmet. for a pick six. >> al: that punt which by the way does not go into the books as a block since o'donnell's foot never touched it. a drop here by bennett. goes into the books so boykin doesn't get a credit for a blocked punt. shoot. that will probably cost him $8, $9 on the contract. >> cris: there's nothing good out here for the chicago bears. jay cutler, i really would like to hear your opinion of why this is not worked out with jay cutler. this is not worked out in chicago. the way they thought it would. >> al: well, this is carey.
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i think enigmatic was the word before and the description of cutler. we have seen him in denver and comes with mike shanahan and a falling out, josh mcdaniels. traded to chicago. going to be the next jim mcmahon. we see him and he can look so good and he can look so terrible. you know? what will you get? which jay do you get? the good jay? the bad jay? well, we know what we have tonight. not all his fault. that defense is horrendous. and now you have got clausen and sam barrington came barrelling in for the sack. >> cris: you see clay matthews do this all night. just going to shoot right through the gap. nobody there to get him.
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and takes down jimmy clausen. those are the kind of plays i think to guys like peyton manning and kurt warner and if you blitz them, you paid a great price for that. the great quarterbacks in the game. not jimmy claus en. he doesn't have that experience but the really great ones have a way of when you attack, you pay a heavy price and so far at least in this one the chicago bears haven't come close to making them pay for anything. >> al: so green bay takes over on downs. and here's harris. what's going on around the league? the cardinals beat the rams, 31-14. 8-1 are the arizona cardinals trying to become the first team to play a super bowl in its own stadium. sean payton, first home loss.
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when a crazy game that was. big fourth back completion. kaepernick. they go to overtime. there's a fumble. turnover. harbaugh goes for the win on the dawson field goal, one of the worst looking kicks i saw but good to win the game. a screwball knuckleball but it went through. and of course, then there's peyton manning. what else is new. ninth game with five or more touchdown passes. there's the rollover of the winless oakland raiders. >> cris: if somebody from the afc -- never been colder. you haven't been in this stadium often enough. if somebody invades the party, the afc championship game party, who do you think it is this year? >> al: put my thinking cap on. at this point in the game, tough
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to do. third and one. now you have harris. pretty good on the stat sheet by the time this one is done. not discounting san diego. that was a terrible game they played. you watch. >> cris: picking with your heart again. pretty good. you know? we thought the steelers after last week. nobody can hold on to this thing. nobody seems to be able to really step up and say, all right, we're going to be the team. kansas city. maybe. you know, i just don't know. i mean, hard to imagine at this point it's not those two guys going at it again. >> al: left back is kuhn. if you just keep your bengals from going out after sundown you might be okay in cincinnati, too. >> cris: prime time warriors they're not.
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>> al: oh boy. rochester jeffersons -- oh yeah. come on down. 1923 -- >> cris: wow. >> al: history of the league. >> cris: there's a guy right there, lance briggs, probably his last game for the bears in this stadium. what a shame it has to go out like this. he was telling us this they sort of have a group text between urlacher and briggs and some of his old teammates. because it's therapy. they're going to need a lot of it and invite dr. phil to the group therapy session after this one. great, great player. just has not really worked out for him the last couple of years. some of the injuries. we asked him, i said, how close is this team to the team that -- the defense lovie ran? he just said, it's not. it's just not. it is not the same style.
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it is not the same technique. it's not same passion for turnovers that this team -- lovie's teams set records for turnovers and that's really what they did. they made you go a long way and then tillman or jennings or urlacher or briggs or somebody would knock that football out going 10, 12 plays on a drive. and that has not been the case this year. >> al: lovie has his own problems in tampa bay. a team that's won one game this season. this is going to take us to the two-minute warning. and we are finally there. two minutes to go.
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>> al: volkswagen postgame report. michelle with aaron rodgers and clay matthews on the field. bob, tony, mike breaking it down. find out what else is going on around the nfl and then next week when the patriots meet the colts. each of those teams coming off a bye week. >> cris: you would think that would be a great game. right? we're going to get a great game next week. >> al: we are due for a great game. >> cris: i promise you. that is going to be a great game. >> al: we are due for a beauty. >> cris: for all our military friends around the world, thank you, thank you, thank you. >> al: amen to that. second and three. kuhn.
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to the 6. so the bears go home. 5 of their last 7 are home and including 5 of the next 6 and finish on the road. packers stay here. good game here next week. philadelphia at green bay. >> cris: the defensive coordinator, i asked him about having to be a coach during the course of the a losing streak and he said, they pay cash. i said, what? he said you put down a credit card they know who you are and you have to listen to it so you just pay cash. >> al: some merchants might not take the cash tomorrow. here's kuhn. and this will take us down under a minute. been a great night for the green bay packers. top to bottom.
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aaron rodgers. six touchdowns. mike mccarthy. a great plan as he almost always does. and packers 6-3. and the bears go to the reverse. and here's harris. he's going to get the first down. 2 yard line. harris getting a lot of action. eight carries for him for 52 yards. and that's going to take us to the end of the game. >> cris: almost feel sorry for marc trestman. a good man, a good coach. this is going south. >> al: this will be a rough week in the windy city. a great night in green bay. 55-14. postgame report next.
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rodgers throwing for six touchdowns and didn't have one picked off. clay matthew, 11 tackles plus a sack. jordy nelson caught six for 152 yards. 2 of the 6 receptions of tough downs, all 3 get game balls. tw of them talked to michelle. aaron rodgers and clay matthews. >> aaron rodgers tied daryl la monica's nfl record with six touchdown passes in the first half. what were you exploiting there in the bears defense when. >> well, we just kind of got things going early. we hit a fourth down, hit a rollout, a couple of busted coverages, as well. the line gave me time to extend plays and then look down the field, you know, jordy made a couple nice catches and then eddie, you know, throw a pass for three yards and 60-yard touchdown. not doing a lot there and the line deserves credit. defense gave us the ball back and the win.
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>> five targets caught the touchdown passes. how would you describe the array of weapons at your disposal. >> we have a lot of great players. they make the plays and study hard. we have a lot of expectations for them. adjustments in the week. they did a good job of putting the extra time in, refocusing on the bye week and we had a good performance. >> congratulations, aaron. >> thank you. >> let's turn to clay matthews, before the game, i asked you about the move inside and you said, talk to me after the game. so here we are. how did the change compare with your expectations? >> i mean, to be completely honest, i didn't know how it was going to go down. but, you know, i think at the end of the day you have to be a ball hog and just get after it. that's what i did. i had freedom playing the defense today and paid off. >> the overall defensive performance was dominating. how did it all come together tonight?
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>> so much emphasis put on it this week and last week with the loss against the saints. we knew we would have to end the run. it was over at that point. we got the turn ourselves loose. get the interceptions. normal story. >> quite a performance. congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> bob? >> all right, michelle. almost blaise about it. let's bring in tony dungy. tony, obviously, green bay looks like a contender but what other afc teams stand out for you right now? >> i have to look, bob, at the team they're chasing in the north division, the detroit lions. detroit is winning games this year that in the past they hadn't won. they're getting some of their offensive weaponry back but more than anything they got the great defense going and they have got a belief of what they're doing and suh has been possibly the best defensive player in football in the last few weeks,
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unstoppable inside. matthew stafford has been believing that if they've got the ball in the last three minutes with a chance to win he could deliver for them. they have the work cut out. big test in two weeks going to arizona and then to new england but i like what jim caldwell is doing with the lions right now. >> packers are a game behind at 6-3. looking way down the road, regular season concludes on december 28th here in green bay with the lions playing the packers and could be a crucial game. we'll turn to mike florio and ask him the big stories to work on for tomorrow's show. mike? >> well, bob, this peterson situation in minnesota could be coming to a head quickly. he is on the exempt list of the commissioner and the deal is until the legal case in texas resolved. the legal case in texas resolved last tuesday and the nfl kept
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him on the list pending the review. the nfl player's association intends to seek immediate reinstatement if he is not taken off the list by 5:00 p.m. eastern time monday and that's coming a head as the week unfolds. another situation keeping a close eye on is carson palmer, believed to have suffered a torn acl in the left neon sunday at home in that victory that drew stanton came in to lead after palmer was injured and appears stanton will be the quarterback for the cardinals for the balance of the season. >> interesting because the cardinals as we all know have the best record in the nfl at this point. we'll see if stanton can continue that pace more them with palmer apparently out for the rest of the year. thank you, mike. final score here once again the packers 55, bears 14. al is back to wrap things up from lambeau field right after this. alright guys. the usual. double wings, extra ranch.
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out of the gun, romo. second down. great protection. bryant across the middle. checked out. breaks a tackle. sideline. streaking. touchdown, bryant! >> stafford in the pocket. looking up. rolling to his left. throws. end zone. got a man! caught. touchdown the lions have done it again! >> and a reminder coming up after the game on nbc sn sunday sports report. all of today's action in the nfl on nbc sn. and back we are in green bay where it's all green bay all the time tonight right from the get-go. six touchdown passes in the first half by number 12 aaron rodgers and speaking of number
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12, mr. tom brady will be in action next week against andrew luck. new england with indianapolis on sunday night. we were in ynew england after te debacle. town was going crazy. new england up in arms. what have they done since then? reeled off five consecutive victory. solidly in first place nfc east and indy with the win on monday night in new york and third time they face each other. once in the regular season in 2012. playoffs last year and brady's had the measure of luck on both instances. what will happen next week? lucas oil stadium. sunday night football. new england at indianapolis, should be a really good one. we'll see you then on sunday night football. until then, al michaels for cris collinsworth.
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our gang saying good night from green bay, wisconsin.
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right now on nbc 10 news, get ready for a polar air
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invasion. some cold temperatures are coming our way. we will be saying good-bye to the mild weather we are enjoying right now. you will need to bundle up later this week. brittney shipp has the changes headed our way. >> i amtraking the changes but it won't be for the next couple of days. tomorrow warmer than today. a dry start to the workweek, a cold blast son its way. put that on the radar. the cold air will shift closer to us and transition in to philadelphia. it is going to take a while before this happens. ufr fine on monday, tuesday and wednesday in this 60s. wednesday in to thursday a 15-degree drop. we will head from the 60s to the mid-40s for daytime highs and probably going to stay there for a few days. i will go over that in the seven-day forecast but the wakeup temperatures show a cold start in the morning. 43 in philadelphia, 39 reading.
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i will let you know what to expect in the seven-day forecast. denise? >> thank you. stay up to the minute with the weather conditions by going to and downloading our free weather app. you will get alerts and weather warnings sent to your phone or tablet. new video from delaware. a car slams in to a house tonight on old wilmington road in ho. the car land on the second floor of a converted barn. the air bags deployed. the driver suffered only minor injuries. no one inside the house was hurt. philadelphia police are investigating a shooting in germantown. investigators were called to a car crash. when they arrived they found a man in the driver's seat. he had been shot in the head. he's in critical condition. police say it appears he was shot while the car was moving. we are following a
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developing story out of the bahamas tonight. a small plane crashed on approach to the island of grand bahama killing all nine people on board the cause of the crash has not yet been determined. a new threat to a popular car service. the philadelphia parking authority may be moving from fines to arrests for uber drivers. randy gyllenhaal talked to drivers and the ppa. >> reporter: on philadelphia streets these day s a taxi cab may look like this or very well may blend in like any other car on the streechlt as of last month uber x launched in the city letting anyone with a new car and clean driving record operate their own transportation business. >> you can see he is coming up 7th street now. >> from the corner of 8th and market street we use the uber x iphone app, hailing a driver using the new ride share
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service. >> what's happening, man. we are going to rittenhouse square. >> reporter: it costs us 8 bucks but he and his colleagues are on edge because the philadelphia parking authority has been fining drivers $1,000, impounding their personal cars, even threatening arrests. >> someone is going to get hurt or killed. >> reporter: vince from the ppa says uber x is clearly breaking the law. the drivers operating personal cars aren't registered with the city. >> they are not licensed, not inspected. we don't know what type of insurance. it is a hack cab service and they are trying to bully their way in. >> in a statement uber said ppa is in the pocket of taxi owners stuck in the ways of the past attacking consumers choice to protect big taxi's wallet is a disservice to philadelphia. >> my issue is anybody can do it. >> reporter: some skepticism from philly residents and the feeling the cab industry needs to evolve. >> if someone can do your job
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better than you can they will get more of your business. >> reporter: the ppa says they have impounded 14 cars and will consider arrests but would rather hit uber corporate in their offices. >> it would be more appropriate to charge the executives of uber with aiding and abetting an illegal cab service to get, as you would say in the criminal hi industry, the kingpins. >> reporter: for uber x to legally operate here, legislators in harrisburg would have to amend the rules and regulations. uber says they will be paying for the fines their drivers may get in a ppa -- >> an alert for drivers who use the burlington bristol bridge. it is closed and until 5:00 in the morning because of road construction. you can expect another closure on wednesday night in to thursday. in that case, though, one lane will still get by. a big change for drivers at the pump. gas prices are still falling.
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prices below $3 a gallon for regular all over our area. that's 27 cents les less than a year ago. and even better, the trend is expected to continue. the average price in the philadelphia area is still $3.2 a gallon. in south jersey 2.71, in delaware 2.83. doug shimell looks at what this means for the upcoming holiday travel season. >> whether it is the plunging price of crude oil, the experts say the numbers on these pumps will continue to fall. >> we're seeing prices we haven't seen in this region in nearly four years. >> reporter: this was always the season to be gouged at the gas pump, but not this holiday travel season. >> triple aaa expects the demanr exceed. in the first time in four years,
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gas in the area is drifting below $3 a gallon for regular. >> i think it is a great thing. i just got a new job and am driving further than it used to so it will make a dimps for me. >> hoand in camden lower. >> we have to drive. when you drive you drive and pay the price of the gas whatever it is. >> nice to get a few dollars back. >> yeah, it is nice. >> tony daniels suv pickup is suddenly economical. sort of. >> it is usually runs me about $97 to fill it up from empty. at this point now i think i'm spending about 60 bucks and that is holiday stimlust lus money. even though the gas is going down food prices are high. it goes to the food and household. >> reporter: as you might expect the prices in philadelphia are going to be the last to drop but experts say give it a week or so
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and they will be at 0 or below $3 for regular. in winfield, doug shimell, nbc 10 news. kenneth bae's sister says the american freed from two years captivity in north korea enjoyed pizza after returning to the united states. he said that he was in better shape than his family expected. the missionary was released along with matthew miller from california kravm both were flown in to washington state around midnight. they were accompanied by the director of national intelligence james clapper and his intervention led to their release. >> i want to thank you for supporting me and lifting me up and not forgetting me. >> reporter: bae had been held more than two years in a labor camp for alleged anti-government activities. miller, who did not speak to the media, was arrested last spring after reportedly ripping up his visa at an airport. he was charged with espionage and sentenced to hard labor.
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flight attendance at american airlines rejected a five-year contract forcing the airline and the union for cab and crew workers in to binding arbitration. it was a close decision, just 16 votes blocked the contract. the rejection of the contract effects 24,000 workers and complicates the integration of american airlines and u.s. airways. the two merged last year to form the world's biggest airline operator. the proposed account included guaranteed raises but ended a profit-sharing plan. lighting up the night. more than 7,000 people took part in the leukemia lymphoma society's annual light the night walk through center city. each carried an illuminated lantern which carries meaning for the walkers. white for survivors, and the goal of the walk is to build awareness of blood cancers and raise money for research. some local students do their
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part to help the homeless. 12-year-old clol chloe sharp of haverton was ordered to perform an act of kindness. she went to giant. she went with $28 and told them what she wanted to do and the store pitched in an extra $25 and chloe recruited friends. hey handed out hats and gloves to people in need in center city. >> most people don't understand how grateful some people are just for the littlest things. like food and stuff. >> reporter: the girls, who were accompanied by chloe's parents said it made them feel good to do something useful with their free time. are you ready for football? septa is. they are adding extra service to help fans get to the game between the eagles and panthers. beginning 6:45 p.m. on monday the broad street line sports express trains will run every
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ten minutes. additional service will be available on the market frankford line at 6:30. when the game is over passengers will find trains at at&t station for the return trip home. next on nbc 10 news at 10:00, bad behavior by police. >> i can get a lot more intense. >> slapping me around. >> a confrontation with a deputy gets out of hand. how it ended next. and the new warning for parents about a common item you may have in your house. plus i'm tracking mild conditions. we are going back to the 60s and then a cold blast will drop temperatures down the 40s. i will let you know when coming up in my first alert forecast.
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a new york state sheriff's deputy is suspended without pay tonight. he was captured on video cursing and apparently slapping a man he was questioning. colin fitch said he was confronted friday night in the parking lot of a wal-mart store in half moon. sergeant sean glans demanded to search his car after spotting a rifle in his backseat. fitch said he intentionally remained calm while he got more agitated. >> why? >> you can't do that.
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>> you want to resist. >> i'm not resisting. >> you want to resist? >> sergeant was suspended without pay. a spokesperson for the saratoga county sheriffs department said the video is disturbing. glan said there is more to the story and he'll tell his side at a later date. some disturbing new finding about laundry detergent pods that are sometimes mistaken as toys or candy by children. according to a study, accidental poisonings from those pods have landed 700 american kids in the hospital in the past two years. they have also prompted 17,000 calls to poison control centers. while most kids weren't seriously hurt, one child died last year. this has prompted some manufacturers to revise packaging and labels to make the pods safer for kids. a fire ball lights up the texas sky. it was caught on tape. look at that. this dash cam video captured the moment in san antonio around
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8:45 last night when a bright light can be seen streaking across the sky. people reported seeing the same bright light as far north as dallas and as far south as corpus christi. the national weather service in san antonio says there are no reports of a possible meteor landing somewhere nearby. now the nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good evening. temperatures have been slowly warming up the past couple of days. toefd was a bit warmer than yesterday. that's going to be them trend as we head in to monday, tuesday and wednesday. we will also stay dry and we will see dry conditions for the eagles game tomorrow night. a cold blast is in the seven-day forecast. our temperatures are going to drop well below average as we head to the rest of the workweek. right now in philadelphia, 43 degrees. humidity is 74%. wind speeds out of the west-southwest at miles an hour. a comfortable but chilly evening. already down in the 30s in reading. same thing in atlantic city but
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in the 40s for philadelphia and it's going to be a mild start -- or i should say a mild day tomorrow but a cold start as we head in to monday. right now temperatures throughout the rest of the region 30 in the poconos, 34 millville. and 39 in wilmington. the temperatures are dropping fast. part of the reason you can see the clouds are clearing out. that helps to contribute to our cooling. future cast shows we are going to see a sunny day to kick off the workweek. plenty of sunshine on monday. but that will change in to tuesday. we will see clouds increasing throughout the day on tuesday and that's going to be due to the system here that's mainly going to stay off shore. it could give us a chance of showers. at this time we expect to see a mild day as we head to veteran's day. a warming trend shows that our average for this time of the year is 58 degrees. tomorrow 61. by tuesday, mid-60ss. so seven degrees above average for us. we are keeping an eye on this cold air. it is going to continue to shift
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closer to philadelphia as we head in to wednesday and thursday. a cold front will drop our temperatures. we are talking a 15-degree drop between wednesday and thursday for daytime highs. as we head to tomorrow, at 4:00 p.m., 61 for philadelphia. 59 trenton. 52 atlantic city. as we push to the rest of the workweek, again those temperatures will climb on tuesday and wednesday. the forecast shows 53 by 8:30. fourth quarter, 50 degrees. you need a thicker jacket if you are heading out. tomorrow sunny skies and temperatures range between 57 and 61 degrees. the seven-day forecast shows that as we head in to tuesday, we are going to see a mild day for us. we are going to see nice temperatures for veteran's day. we will see conditions by noon at 61 degrees. by 6:00 p.m. 57. and the big changes start thursday in to friday with temperatures starting to drop down in to the 40s for our
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daytime highs. are the sixers still the nba's only winless team tonight? chip kelly would like to get a win against cam newton. wild things going on in the nfl today. we will show you the highlights and how today's action affects the birds. that's next.
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this is the xfinity sports desk. brought to you by xfinity. your home for the most live sports. i'm clon clark. the sixers are the nba's only winless team. they are 0-7 for the second time
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ever. the other time the '72/'73 team when they were the worse in history. third quarter, toronto kyle lowrie the half-court alley-oop to derozan. look at him. he is in the middle of the court. the raptors up 19 . fourth quarter. johnson. look at this. oh, my. the raptors up by 41. sixers lose 120- 8. bret brown not happy. >> that was not us. you know, we give toronto credit. we come in here and we got man handled. we understand you are playing against a team that has played together. they have -- they have elite athletes that can score. we got jumped and we didn't have any answers. >> hopefully the eagles can keep pace in the nfc tomorrow night. some of the best teams in the conference keep winning. how about the cowboys.
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romo back in the saddle. three touchdowns for tony against the jags. bryant, 158 yards in the second quarter. that's wa he had for the game. romo to des on this play. 68 yard touchdown. cowboys win 31-17. they are now 7-3. the cardinals have the best record in football but looks like carson palmer could be lost for the season with a torn acl. look at it there. he signed an extension a few days ago. he tore his acl after signing an extension with cincinnati a few years ago. cardinals win 31-14. they are 8-1 for the first time in 66 years but may have lost their starting quarterback like the birds. the eagles will have to go to agree bay. aaron rodgers short work against the bears. six touchdowns 315 yards in the first half.
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packers hum pummel the bears 55-14. seahawks hosting the giants. check this out. the seahawks landing on a fan's head. game tied at 17. manning trying to find odell beckham jr. richard sherman taps it away. does this remind you of the nfc tom coughlin. the season is slipping away. lynch four touchdowns. how about a seattle franchise record 350 rushing yards? seahawks all over the giants 38-17. the giants lost four straight. they are outscored 136-63. it started with the eagles shutout. the steelers got biebered. justin bieber joined them for bible study. the biebs is bad luck. look at them breaking ankles here. vic, the first quarterback with 6,000 rushing yards in his career. and former eagle, jarrett,
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career day, intercepts roethlisberger twice, plus a sack and fumble recover richl those are first in hi career. jets upset pittsburgh who would have thought that vick sanchez will make his first start in two seasons tomorrow night. he has the most turnovers per game if the nfl since he came to the league. he is ready to get his career back on track. >> just getting a chance to get a bird's eye view of everything and put that new york experience in its place. that went well and improve on well. now i'm hopefully a better version of myself. the best version of myself for this monday night game. >> we hope so. how about chip kelly? he will be facing cam newton for
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the first time since the tigers beat the ducks in the national championship four seasons ago. four current eagles were on chip's team in that a game, including casey matthews who could start tomorrow night. >> auburn winning the bcs national championship. >> four years and the former ducks remember the plays they made. >> what great effort by the senior casey matthews. >> i thought that play was going to go down as number one in other 0 other history if we would have won we thought we had a guy tackled and he rolled on top of our teammate and kept running. >> definitely heart breaking to lose on a field goal. and a bogus call. >> they remember how tough it was to wipe the grin off of cam newton's face. >> you can hit him as hard as you could. he will always have a smile on his face. that's one thing, with cam, it
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is different from a lot of guys. >> i've never seen an athlete of his size, stature, in my life. we played pryor the year before but cam was like another breed. >> he played well against us. they beat us 22-19. he's a tremendous athlete but i think he gets shortchanged when everybody says he is a good athlete. he is a really good quarterback. >> it's on tomorrow night. halloween was last week. check out the andy reid look alike in buffalo. he has a menu. andy wins. 17-8 since taking over for the chiefs last year. both coaches doing grit jobs. coming up in 20 minutes is hopkins retiring from boxing after losing last night? we're going to hear from him. another injury for the flyers defense, plus they take their practice to atlantic city. we will hear from them on that. stay tuned.


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