The Bobby Valentine Sport Show: Episode 26
The Bobby Valentine Sport Show: Episode 26
Hello, everybody, and welcome back to another episode of the Bobby Valentine sport show. I’m your host Frank Rampen, and here we are, another week of the NFL season. Week 10 of the NFL season has come and gone, and what a week it was – an amazing week of the NFL. Two really back-to-back weeks with a lot of great action on NFL Sunday.
This one, November 12th, Sunday, November 12th, was a historical day in the NFL. There were five game-winning scores as time expired. So, five games were decided on the last play of the fourth quarter as the clock struck zero on Sunday, the most on a single day in NFL history. The Lions won on a walk-off win, the Seahawks won on the walk-off win, the Texans won on a walk-off win, the Cardinals, and our game of the week that we’re going to get into a little bit, the Cleveland Browns. So, historical day in the NFL, five games decided on the last play of the fourth quarter as the clock struck zero. Pretty crazy stuff, all of them ended up being game-winning field goals too. Pretty crazy.
We’re going to get into that. The play of the day, unbelievable stuff here. We’re going to jump right into this one. And if you didn’t see this, this was a wild, wild play. This game happened in the Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints game in Minnesota. After Derek Carr was injured in this game, Josh or Josh Jamis Winston had to replace him. At this point in time, the Minnesota Vikings were up 27 to 3. Jamis Winston leading the offense down into the red zone at the 14-yard line. He takes the snap on a first down and 10 play, drops back, looks right, lofts one to the back corner of the end zone, and Chris Olave climbs the ladder to make an unbelievable catch. Oh my goodness, you’ve got to see this again. Unbelievable play by Chris Olave. His left foot lands on the defender’s foot there, but eventually does come down in bounds. Climbs the ladder to really catch this ball on top of his head. Absolutely mossed. Both feet come down in the corner of the end zone. Great, great, great, great play by Chris Olave. Unbelievable stuff from him, great play.
And I mean, like I was saying, that’s the Jamis Winston experience. We saw it against Minnesota on Sunday. This is what he does. He’s going to make some ridiculous throws that allow his receivers to make some great plays. We saw that on both the touchdown pass throw. That was the first one. The second one was an absolute ridiculous play where he’s scrambling around, throws one all the way across the back of his cross, his body to the back corner of the end zone. Moss again, ridiculous stuff. But he did throw two picks in the game because that’s what he does.
All righty, so now we’ll move into our game of the week. Our game of the week segment. And like I said, there was a historical game in the NFL, five games decided on the last play of the fourth quarter as the clock struck zero, most ever in one week in NFL history. Very hard to pick a game of the week, obviously because of that. But I felt that I had to narrow it down, and I chose the Baltimore Ravens against the Cleveland Browns, an AFC North matchup. Typically a slugfest, that’s just how the AFC North goes. Defensive division, a lot of defensive battles that go on in this division. But this game kind of had a little bit of a different feel to it.
So we’ll jump off right away. Second play from scrimmage here from the Cleveland Browns, 14 and a half minutes left in the first quarter. Deshaun Watson throws left, but it’s deflected up into the air, caught and returned for a touchdown by Hamilton. Unbelievable play from him. Second play of the game for the Browns, touchdown for the Baltimore Ravens. So already, not even a minute into this game, there’s a defensive touchdown. Crazy way to jump this game up.
We’ll move into the next Ravens possession. They get the ball back, hand off to Keaton Mitchell. He makes a move to the outside, and look at the speed on this guy. He just takes off down the sideline. Looked like three, maybe four defenders had an angle on him, and he just blew right by them. Bomb of a touchdown, absolutely insane. Kei Mitchell, this guy came out of nowhere, and he is playing out of his mind for this team right now. So the Cleveland Browns get the ball back, they drive down the field, and Dustin Hopkins is able to kick a field goal to make it 14 to 3 Baltimore. Two quick touchdowns for the Ravens responded by a field goal by Cleveland. But Justin Tucker, arguably the best kicker in the NFL, arguably the best kicker of all time, comes out and hits a field goal of his own to make it 17-3 Baltimore. But Dustin Hopkins comes back and makes it 17-6. So kind of a field goal battle at that point. Two quick touchdowns for Baltimore and then three field goals in a row.
We’re going to jump ahead here to the second quarter. And of course, I said three field goals in a row. Justin Tucker lines up here for yet another field goal, this one from 55 yards away. It is up, and it is blocked, blocked at the line of scrimmage by the Cleveland Browns, picked up by the Browns as well on the return across midfield into Baltimore territory. What a play there from the Browns. Maybe get some momentum back on their side as they are down 11 points here, 17 to 6. Huge play by the special teams unit to block a Justin Tucker field goal. And this leads to another Dustin Hopkins field goal to make it 17-9 Baltimore. So, one possession game, given it is eight points, but still one possession.
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