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the 2:00 warning. >> cris: when drew brees gets it going, it is tough to stop. and thomas davis barely missed that one. you play that kind of the tampa two to where you are going to drop the middle linebacker, and earlier in game, it is craig robertson who had to chase ted ted ginn all of the way to the end zone. and the saints in the same sort of thing, and when you are at the goal line, you don't want to back up too far, because drew brees gets it right in front of you. >> al: and ron rivera talking about having to finish games and here they are again putting themselves in the precarious position, and you are almost leaving it to the offense right now to get the first downs to take the all of the time off of the clock. >> cris: i think that you are going to see the saints bringing all kinds of pressure. they have a pressure point with chris scott being the center, and you the pressure point of the fact that this game now is
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you go after them here. >> al: lutz to kick. that is joe webb back, and fozzy whittaker back there as well. from the goal line. webb. he slips. taken down at the 15 yard line. >> cris: big hit by shiloh keo. that is back on the 15 yard going back to beginning of the game, and carolina had a couple of nice plays right off of the bat with some motion and going wide, and all of the different things, but some of those plays are really tough to run though when you are getting the feeling that you will be seeing at lot of pressure off of the edge. and the only reason that the saints don't bring that pressure is because theyare hurting a little bit at the cornerback
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man coverage here. >> al: panthers have had three straight three and outs. he throws, and that is errant. and a flag comes in though, and stupar is tangled up with jonathan stewart. carl johnson comes in to make >> referee: no foul on the play. >> al: and so he was the head of officiating a few years ago and now he is the head linesman, and the flag is waived off. >> cris: it is a great job here by nathan stupar and you cannot have pass interference behind the line of scrimmage and that
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to understand that. >> al: rivera are is pleading his case to no avail. second down and ten now. and it is nervous time in this ball park. newton is going to go nowhere. now you have third down. the saints are going to take a time-out. so they are now down to one plus the 2:00 warning, and then of course, in drew brees wod might as well be a month on the calendar. all right. a little bit of the pulse here. newton and taking a look at the numbers. not very good. brees meanwhile, 32 of 41 and 242 and less than what he normally averages, but still, he has had it when he needs it, and 17 unanswered. there is the most depressing sight of the night for the carolina panthers of kuechly back in the locker room.
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>> man, you just have to take your shot here right now. i mean, i know that there are some things working against you, but you cannot turn around and kick the ball back to drew brees at this point. and he is not thinking field goal at this one, but he is thinking, let's go get a touchdown and get out of here with the win. a big time play here, and they have ted ginn and kelvin benjamin, and devin funchess is down to cam newton's left. >> al: they had the linebackers backed off and newton in traffic and that is caught by kelvin ben ja min. that is a big time catch. boy, did they need that. >> cris: not much of a route,
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pressure there is very interesting one. you could have almost told what was going to happen there. and kelvin benjamin is a bigger than life wide receiver. they play above the rim in these key situations. if you are sitting back in the zone, he does not care about getting hit. you throw it up high, and he will outrebound everybody. that is a core element of this offense. gutsy catch to go up to hang on to that one. but, no pressure and gave it a chance. >> al: that is a gigantic first down. new orleans now takes the last time-out. so the only time that the clock will stop now is at the 2:00 warning. after most likely this play. >> cris: here comes the pressure again. >> al: stewart is the running back. they want to get the clock down the 2:00, and they will on the two-yard gain to the 35. so it is going to be second down
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side of the 2:00 warning. can brees get the ball back? >> cris: what a big time throw and catch that was when they needed it most. >> al: we have come down to the 2:00 warning in a tight one in charlotte. carolina over new orleans, 23-20 on this thursday night. wait! hurry up! come on! ? virtual reality world. can i see? oh yai yai yai yai yai yai. ? will we be able to see the whole park? yeah, it's 360. look, it goes all the way around. go! let's go, let's go, let's go.
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>> al: right after the game, it is the volkswagen post game to interview the stars of the game. and he will not return in this game. >> cris: and a heather, those
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in there for almost every snap. we thought that maybe it was the leg. but it turned out to be something else. hope for the best here. >> al: newton is taking the clock all of the way down to third and eight. keeping it on the ground. not much to do here, and fozzy whittaker just stays inbounds to take you down to half a minute. so brees will have oh, you know, with the time we get down there to try to get them into field goal range. >> cris: you know, i have to go back for one moment to the decision to play the zone out of that play. most defensive coordinators and not all, but most defensive coordinators in that situation will bring the blitz believing even if they throw hot, you can come up to make the tackle at
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now i am not saying it is a wrong decision, but i am saying that typically in this league that is what you will see. >> al: surprising. time-out here. for carolina. go back to the benjamin catch. >> cris: and they rush out and rush four here, and they get close to getting to cam newton and there is definite pressure up the gut, but there is -- if you can understand what i am saying that typically you bring one more than they can block, you have to throw hot on the outside, and usually a slant or some kind of the stop route to come up to make the play. and you know, there is no right answer, but it is just that it is the typical one that i see. >> al: i am with you, brother. always. thick or thin. >> cris: until sunday. [ laughter ] >> al: mike palardy is in to punt.
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13 yard line. marcus murphy and he will get taken down at the 25 and then a flag at the end of the play, and another flag that comes in, and for the moment, you have 14 seconds on the clock. >> referee: during the return, holding, 54 of the receiving team, 10-yard penalty, first down. >> al: that is the last thing they needed. are forced to air it out. 14 seconds and hope to get out of boundsle because you don't have a long pass and if you are carolina, you know, you have to guard the sidelines, but then again, you have to be careful over the middle, too. >> cris: yes, and now you can catch one over the middle, but you better fly to get out of bounds. i think that this is one of
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at the sideline and hope for the best. >> al: yep. try to get lutz in field goal range. >> cris: you have to throw it 50-yards plus to have a chance at a field goal on the other side. lutz' career long is 57. >> al: he won the game with 11 seconds left when these two teams met in louisiana last month. so brees now just dumps it off here, and it is hightower who save at least one play. six seconds. >> cris: well, you have big tight ends, but not so big wide receivers. we have seen brandon coleman go up to get one, and michael thomas is a big body. i am not sure now that you can throw a hail mary and get out of bound, and maybe it is one of the stanford plays now. >> al: and the thing is that you
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which would extend the game by one play. so brees, and he is going to throw to the sideline, and they have one more play? they do. michael thomas makes the catch. now, you it up to the 36 yard line which is fine and dandy, and now what do you do? >> cris: i mean, it may be fine, but not dandy, because you have to throw this thing 65 yards into the end zone. with who knows, maybe drew brees can still do it. >> al: a hook and trailer. you have all kinds of gimmicks. >> cris: but you have the buy the time to get the receivers down there anyway. >> al: just a three-man rush, and they will throw the short pass here. give it to thomas.
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well, they made this crowd sweat it out, didn't they? >> cris: huge win. >> al: 23-3, and winds up 23-20, and each of the teams is now 4-6. they are each two games behind the division leading atlanta falcons. and the volkswagen post game show is coming up on the other
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welcome to the volkswagen golf alltrack post game report. the cam newton to kelvin benjamin was the only first down football to kick off week 11. moments ago, heather cox met up with thomas davis of the panthers' defense. >> heather: thank you, rich. thomas, after giving up the lead last week in a tough loss, what was the key to this panther team finishing tonight? >> well, it is just that. staying focused and finishing a as football team. we put ourselves in a bad situation once we got the big lead and allowed them to get back into the game, but tonight, we did a great job as a football
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linebacker luke kuechly go down, and you were emotional and what did you say to him? >> i said that we would go out to finish the game for him and we loved him and get healthy. >> heather: indeed, you did. congrats. al, back upstairs to you. >> al: all right. thank you, heather. let's hope for the best for luke kuechly. they go to the west coast to oakland and seattle and still alive at 4-6. and the saints are 4-6, and tampa bay is 4-5nd they go to kansas city, and atlanta with the bye, and somebody has to win it. >> cris: obviously, they have wins over both of these team, and they have a hot quarterback and hot wide receiver doing some damage around the league, so they are the ones to beat here. >> al: yeah. it is another close game, and you talked about the panthers and they did it again, but this time, they come up on the other side. four losses of three or fewer,
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now on news4 a show of unity after a series of hate crimes in our area. >>i kind to each other. >> tonight, the spike police noticed just in the last year. you see them joyriding on busy streets. tonight, the news4 i-team shows you why dirt bikes are become high dollar targets for criminals. >> $10,000. >> this is $10,000? >> yeah. and metro pulls dozen of cars off the rails for safety reasons. what will it mean for commuters
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track. >> announcer: news4 at 11 starts now. first up tonight, sheriff's deputies are still securing the scene of a murder/suicide in stafford county. >> we know the victims are a man and a woman in their 30s and two young chirchl all found dead inside a home in the windsor forest subdivision. dorothy spencer has the latest from investigators and neighbors. >> reporter: tonight the heart wrenching work continues for detectives, removing four bodies from this home in stafford two of them young children. >> who could do something so sick? it is a sad day. >> reporter: nabz are stunned. this man didn't want to be identified. >> something that you don't expect anywhere, let alone in a place like this. >> reporter: the bodies discovered around 9:00 in the morning here on wilderness court in the windsor forest subdivision. authorities tell us the crime
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>> the preliminary investigation shows that the incident was domestically related and is a murder/suicide. >> reporter: police are not saying how it happened, or why. they recovered the bodies of a man, woman, and two dill girls. >> the ages of the decembered are -- deceased are a 35-year-old male a 30-year-old female arc 5-year-old female, and an 18 month old female. >> reporter: e horse roaming nearby. one neighbor walking her dog saddened by the tragedy unfolding here. >> shocked. trying to figure out what was going on. it's a quiet neighborhood this. sort of thing doesn't happen. >> reporter: officials with the sheriff's always tell us they do plan to release additional details on friday. and that may include the names of the victims. in stafford county, virginia,
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new tonight, there was a unity vigil at the montgomery county middle school where racial slurs were spray painted last week. swastikas were drawn inside a boy's bathroom at westland middle school one of three hate related van dammism this is the county in the past week. tonight parents teachers and students gathered with candles and shared inspiring words. >> to me, this represents all ages, all races, all genders, religions, adults that we have an obligation to be kind to each other and to be safe with one another. >> reporter: montgomery county police say there have been 62 reports of hate crimes reported to their department. that's up 17% over last year. prince george's county schools are telling parents to talk to their kids about staying in the classroom tomorrow. the district caught wind of plans for a mass walkout to
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unexcused. the school district says it's not taking a position on the intent of the walkout, that it is eight' simply a matter of student safety. it started with a home invasion, and ended in a homicide. now police have arrested two suspects in the murder of a young man in maits. sirleaf is on the left, charged with homicide. the teenager on the right charged with illegally having a gun. chopper 4 was over the home last month when investigators found michael lone on the back deck. he had been shot several times and died at the scene. detectives say lone grew marijuana and sirleaf had been to the house several times to smoke it. they put on dark clothes and got in threw an unlocked back door.
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handgun tucked in his waist band. a safety concern forcing metro to pull all of its 4,000 series rail cars off the traction. the gm ordered the removal of the cars because of issues with their automatic train control system. that system keeps trains properly spaced at a says distance. we talked to the qm. listen to what he said metro still has to do. >> i'm coming on my first year here. when i started if i knew then what i know now i would have start safe track november 30th. >> safe track will take longer than originally planned. now with no 4,000 series cars on the tracks you will see fewer eight car trains which could lead to bigger crowds. so far so good for the dc street car on h street.
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georgetown. planners met to talked about the environmental and cultural impact of extending the street car line. the meeting focused on the west end of the area, foggy bottom in georgetown. if all goes according to plan the expansion to be completed in six years at a cost of up to $400 million. still no word on what the fare might be. right now the street car is free. the number of americans who are homeless dropped by 3% in the last year. that's according to a report out t f housing and urban development. but in some large cities, the problem is growing worse. homelessness in dc is up this year by more than 14%. tonight covenant house is drawing attention to the problem with a sleep out. news4's aaron gilchrist is one of many spending the night on the street. >> reporter: we are just now getting hunkered down for the night. it's going to be a long cold night here on new york avenue in northeast. there are about 100 people here this evening.
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washington to do what they do. they try to serve young adults 18 to 24 years old, people who are homeless, otherwise disconnected. many of these young people they work with are exploited. tonight we are sleeping out in a show of solidarity with homeless youth and there is in an effort to raise money for covenant house. you see people putting down cardboard and sleeping bags tonight. when morning comes we will get up and talk about this experience and hopefully raise money for covenant house programs. they provide emergency shelter, jobs, training, ged courses for young people to earn their ged. there is a pantry for people who needth food to drop into the community service center.
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this covenant house. we'll be here on news4 today in the, mo. for now i'm going to grab my sleeping bag and hunker down for the night. aaron gilchrist, news4. >> great thing aaron is doing to help raise awareness for that. it is going to be a cold night. hopefully plenty of blankets out there. 38 in potomac. 53 in washington. these drops 37 in centerville. many of us waking up to temperatures close to the freezing, mark. starting on the cool side. tomorrow close to 7 #. upper 60s on saturday. then boom, a huge temperature drop. boy does it come quickly. wait until you see the numbers. in ten minutes. thank you doug. investigators think human
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truck fire on gw campus. a, woulder tried to refuel the truck's generator while it was running and that started the fire. two employees were burned, two of them critically. tonight the arlington police are on the look out for a man who went on a burglary spree near point city. four burglaries or attempted burglaries overnight wednesday into thursday. in each case police tell us the suspect got in through unlocked in the morning. if you saw anything suspicious in that area, you are urged to call police. his death ended a political legacy. and today we're learning exactly how marion christopher barry died. the dc medical examiner says it was an accidental overdose of pcp. barry was 36 when he died back in august. his father, the late dc mayor
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twitter today was facing addiction. it was a trending topic because of a first-ever report from the u.s. surgeon general on alcohol, drugs, and health. the report said 78 people die in the u.s. every day from an opiod overdose and 20 million have a substance abuse disorder. tonight news4's jackie bensen looks at the montgomery where one dealer was taken off the treat. >> we are going on. >> reporter: those words from a secretly recorded underdrug buy which led to an arrest wednesday for dealing heroin. evidence introduced at his trial included a scale and bags of the drugs found in his home. prosecutors also say investigators found $800 in cash and this gun. >> he had felony convictions that were violent convictions.


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