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and you justun theootball. no more, now. six in the box. >> al: third and one. carr, to the end zone. and one-handed away by marcus peters. intended for andre holmes. and one second until the two-minute warning. >> cris: well, he's the guy, marcus peters. eight takeaways on the year. watch him get his head around and make the play. that was the play of the night, if they make one here. >> al: here's the play of the night for oakland. crabtree is back in the game. will work out of the pistol. final play before the two-minute warning. fourth and one. oh, who moved? oakland did.
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five-yard penalty. third down. >> al: the tackle, austin howard. >> cris: a little flinch by howard. and babe jackson reacted. and that's going to be the first flinch. >> al: back to the 19. ten penalties tonight. against oakland. it's fourth down and six. the crowd, stamping its feet. four-m rus he left sideline. batted away. incomplete. terrance mitchell. big night for him. intended for roberts. that takes us to the two-minute warning the and gives kansas city the ball with 1:56 left in
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coming up after this contest. kansas city cannot run the clock out. they can take it to under a minute. oakland had to use a time-out with 4 1/2 minutes to go. they have two. from the 19 yard line, ware with a run here. that puts oakland in a box. they have to take a time-out. and they have to stop kansas down. at the moment, with del rio looking up at the clock, pe will save the two time-outs to see what happens after the second down play. but you're taking it down to 1:10 right now. before they have to snap it. >> cris: the clock had to run on one play of this series. he chose to take it there.
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27 yard line. and ware, now, they have to stop it with 1:07. and clearly, what you have to do here, first down would in effect end the game. you stop it and take the time-out and you will get the ball back. >> cris: what should have been fourth down and one turned into fourth down and six. and instead of coming down to the crossing routes and the pick routes, they try for the fade one more time. and give credit to terrance mitchell who had to start for phillip gaines. i thought he was terrific for the most part, all night. >> al: he's done quite the job. >> cris: i thought he was terrific, too. >> al: a free agent. free agent, third year. played his college ball at oregon. been all over the lot tonight.
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it comes down to this. k.c. is going to get the win. and pair is going to lunge forward. make he picked up the first wn. >> cris: he does, it's over. >> al: will measure. kansas city thinks they have it. did they stop the clock? if they did, they stopped it very quickly. that's ware, backing. where is that mark? the mark is going to be at the 39 yard line.
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21 points in the second quarter burst, withstand two turnovers early in the third quarter, leading only to three oakland points. hold them off at the end. and the chiefs will have the same record as the raiders. 10. but will have won the season series. and will go into first place in the afc west. ri one win in the last 44 years, with a 3-0 turnover differential. >> al: taking one more look at the spot. nothing is challengeable inside two minutes. new york just wants to take a look and make sure. and so, mcaulay will take a look himself under the hood. our mission is to produce programs and online content build their businesses for africaand careers.hey try to my name is yasmin belo-osagie
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than the old mac that i used to use. this windows 10 device, the touchscreen allows you to kind of pinpoint what you're talking about. which makes communication much easier and faster you n configure it in which makes communication so many different ways, it just, i don't know, it fes reallyool. i feel like i'm in the future. ( ?? ) ? you gotta to be cool, calm, collected ? ? look your fear in the eye ?
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? gotta be taking your time ? ? had my ups, downs, run-arounds ? ? my dark and despair ? ? but the best stuff came ? ? when all the sweat wasn't there ? ? you gotta s? ? hey-y ? ? ho-o ? ? hey-y ? ? ho-o ? >> referee: after review, the ruling on the field stands, first down, kansas city. >> al: that makes it official, just about. unless they fumble. but don't count on it. >> cris: very disappointing night tonight for the oakland raiders. a 3-0 turnover advantage to miss the portunities they had in the passing game.
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city typically does not play. they don't make mistakes like they made tonight. and the raiders, unable to take advantage of it. and they find themselves dropping from a one seed to a five seed, on one night in kansas city. >> al: well, when you look at the numbers, carr, tonight, threw 41 passes, 117 yards. that means the raiders tonight, averag 2 attet. in a game that a quarterback has thrown 40 more passes. that's the second-lowest in the history of the nfl. topped only by -- and i promised brent musburger i would get jesse palmer's name on the air. jesse was the guy, with carolina, 2.6. cris: and jesse probly >> al: yeah.
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we're journalists. >> cris: congratulations to andy reid and the chiefs. that was a monster win. >> al: you had a hill runback. smith got red-hot. and all the 1 points for k.c., in 8:06. postgame report coming up,
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welcome to the "volkswagen golf alltrack postgame report." >> despite scoring no points after halftime, and turning the ball over three times, the kansas city chiefs score as many points as degrees on the thermometer. and it's good enough to beat the raiders, 21-13. the final scor and they swap spots with the oakland raiders at the afc standings. the raiders at the five seed. and the chiefs are the one seed. an would stay that way, if the ravens beat the patriots on "monday night football." it is now time to send things over to heather cox, to take on a conversation with alex smith. >> alex, with first place in the division and positioning for the playoffs on the line, what was the key to the season sweep
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>> i mean, this is a hard fought game on a short week late in the year. we knew it would come down to the end like this. a big, big rivalry. that a ry good football team. you know, there's so many things. it's doing the little things. play in, play out, playing good team football. to get this win and to lose the turnover ratio to three, down three, is pretty special. >> you have won eight of the last nine. what's the key to sustaining your success so long this season? >> i think it just starts with practice and preparation. coaches putting together good game plans. and coming out on game play and executing. >> and the fourth-consecutive 100-yard game for travis kelce. what impact did he have on the offense tonight? >> he is a spark for us. we look to a guy that can get it done. he makes big plays in games. has a ton of tools. it's a great speed. he's a guy we feel good about. and he did it today.
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enjoy this win. upstairs to al. >> all right, heather. you think of the kansas city chiefs. they get off to a bad start last year. and they run the table at the end. win a playoff game. 20-3. 20-3, in the last 23 regular season games. >> and you have to be careful with a team that can play defense, and play special teams with tyreek hill, the way this team can. right? you're always in it. you're always going to be in the football game. together, the more likely it is, they're going to be playing games right here in this stadium. and they're tough to beat here. >> speaking of the defense, without derrick johnson, at one point it looked likewow. the raiders took advantage of that, after he came out of the game. but then, able to regroup and disterd a mal job inhe second half. >> and it's amazin the raiders ran for better than four yards per carry. but given the circumstances of how the chiefs were playing on
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there, they probably would have run for eight yards a carry and would have gotten out of the defense that they could not beat in the game. >> coming back on christmas night. the denver/kansas city game could be interesting. could have wild card ramifications. the afc west, a lot of drama this year. >> no doubt. >> okay. "volkswagen postgame show" from arrowhead continues after this. "when the ship comes in" by the hollies ?? ? oh the fishes will laugh as thof the ph ? ? and the seagulls they'll be smilin ? ? and the rocks on the sand ? it's so peaceful out here. yeah.
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soon to be everywhere. stay tuned for your late local news, for those on the nfl network, "mazda postgame show" is next. al michaels, cris collinsworth, heather cox, good night from
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>> right now from milwaukee, this is today's tmj4 live at 10:00. >> storm 4 fourchecking in toni. we are looking at the cold reality of these icy rain ills. sf >> there is a chance of a winder weather advisory tomorrow rnin mo >> let's g >> certainly very nice in the studio but we are setting up for the snow late saturday and round two comes in late sunday and that gives colder temperatures than we have right now after the snow. current temperatures in the ea, 25 in milwaukee, 20 in madison, lo me 2 across muchf state and the
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syst develop ove norern nevada generatingnow in th mounta regio a thall ts afterpr00,n saturday afternoon. partly cloudy and 20 degrees to start youray morrow. we should see se advisories for the weend cg u tomoow. wi gll tell you how much snow w inractive maps, weather light and knowledge. we are following breaking news near sawer road. flight for life has been called to the scene of a really bad crash. what we know is two crushed cars were pulled from a garage. are checki out the off ramp of highway 16.
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called to t scene. we don't bow how many people were hurt or the extent of their injuries but we will cep keep you update on air and online. a woman has more anger at thetate than her sexual attacker. >> reporter: we have just learned the man these crime was charged last week in connection with a different sex assault that happened last year. thetim i spoke to said she assat and arned about the attack years after it ened m whose her nd h this signed >> i f oound bause he handed me an enlope containing two documents.
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insi min of erickter one. >> er:port it detailed the made up relationship the two. >> the revealing tockment is where he details his salts of myself and three other victims. >> reporter: gina met eric balk when they were students at marquette. >> we were never close. >> reporter: gina said the second time the two hung out >> we were drinking and he had drank more than i did. to the point he was unresponsive. and i wasn't going to leave him there. >> reporter: gina let eric stay at her apartment to sleep off the booze and started distansing herself that feeling eric was following her but didn't report it to police.
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the church. >> reporter: three years past from the night of the party to the date he gave her his manifesto. >> i had plenty of thoughts of suicide and i felt if i was over going to have an experi. >> por sexual assaulting four women and em. happened the night eric stayed at her apartment. sfwl he didn't believe he did anything wrong. >> reporter: she went tohe the letter and eric was initially charged with two accounts of sexual assault. the district accountyff charged the case based on what he wrote. in court, the assistant distance attorney recommended lessening
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>> he has done this four times. by definition, he is a serial sex offender. >> reporter: he is on probation for four years and if he obeys the terms his record will be era erased. >> he hurt be but the justice system hurt me more. >> reporter: gina doesn't regret going to the police but struggles every day with the way it turned out. >> how are we as a society continuing to encourage women, men, victims of sexual assault to come forward about the most personal thing in their life and then revictimizing them through the justice system? >> reporter: the district attorney's office did provide us with information about their decision making but declined our
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i reached out to eric to see if he wanted to comment on his side of the story but no one answered at his house. four people are dead and one injured. the first near 36 and thurston and the other at 52nd and green tree and 107th and appleton. 2-4 evernight homicides involved double shootings and a couple was murdered in one and chdren were?c found hiding in another room feet away. >> someone went in the house and shot him and the yng lady while they were sleeping multiple times. >> please, stop the gun violence. they need to stop the gun violence. >> police say there have been 130 homicides this year compared to 140 at this same time last year. two years after peterson was shot and killed a third and
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arlos gordon will spend 30 years in lock up. peterson was killed in 2014. another suspect was sentenced to 55 years last yick. well, it is a wrap for milwaukee county. the last ballot for the presidential recount has been tallied. the final ballots went through around 7:00. here i a time lapse from 444,000 down to 0. officials have only seen variations in 6% >> we have teams that crossed the state back and forth and they have been to milwaukee twice. and their statement is we wish the other counties were like milwaukee. we thank you very much. >> the clerk's office in waukesha expect them to wrap up in the morning at the latest. president-elect donald trump is stopping in west dallas at the
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tuesday starting at 7:00 and doorsope ping at 4:00. early planning for summer fest 2018 with big country acts having a new home. inddition to the state of the art stage and a 25 foot led screen there will be charging spaces for your phone. construction begins as soon as 2017 is over. it might be one of the worst moments a child can experience being ripped from their parent's home and home for foster care. >> when those children take the few items belonging to them they are packed in a trash bag. >> local girl scouts are trying to change that. >> reporter: it is a promise these girlscouts have made. they have working hard to keep. >> they have to carry their stuff in trash bags and we
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heartbreaking for them to have to do that. >> reporter: the girls learned what foster children go through when they leave their homes. the lesson these girls learned first home when they became foster sisters. >> no kids deserve a trash bag with their stuff. >> reporter: the girls and their troop are baking cookies and passing out fliers hoping to raise m >> they want to decorate bags and i thought what better way than to get the girl scout troops involved. >> reporter: the troop leaders hope to teach the girls a lesson. >> the kids are distraught. they don't know what is going on. >> reporter: knolls is a director and is hoping to help connect the kids.
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families in the area. >> reporter: this project is connecting the girls with a sense of gratitude. >> i overheard lehp ah telling ashley one night: >> i don't care what i get for christmas. >> there is kids out there that don't have what our kids have. >> great story. remember, friday december 16th is the mack fund which fights childhood cancer. gl >> you can help bye by buying a star. god speed john glenn.
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