Football Night in America

Season 7 Episode 7

Green Bay Packers at Houston Texans

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Oct 14, 2012 on NBC
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Green Bay Packers at Houston Texans
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The team presents highlights and analysis of Week 6 Sunday action and sets the stage for the Sunday night game between the Green Bay Packers at Houston Texans from Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas.
The game report can be found here.

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      • (on the 6-0 Atlanta Falcons)
        Tony Dungy: They are finding a lot of ways to win. They have got Matt Bryant making those big clutch field goals. Even when Matt Ryan was off they found ways, and it was the defense. John Abraham kick-started the day all over Carson Palmer. When they needed that big play to turn the momentum, Abraham was there with the big sack that caused a fumble.
        Rodney Harrison: You must stay away from (defensive back) Asante Samuel. He's very aggressive. He takes a lot of chances. He likes to jump routes. But Matt Ryan, he had two turnovers last week, he threw three interceptions today. He has to do a better job of taking care of the ball.
        Tony Dungy: But they are still 6-0.

      • (on being sacked 21 times in the 2012 season)
        Green Bay Quarterback Aaron Rodgers: That's a lot of sacks. We all take our part in that. Whether it's a protection scheme or one-on-one battles or holding the ball too long, it's something we need to clean up. Negative plays, sacks, penalties, those are all things we need to eliminate. You can't win like that. It's not Green Bay Packer football. It's not winning football. We know that, we are trying to improve that, but it's something that needs to happen quickly.

      • (on the San Francisco 49ers)
        Rodney Harrison: Alex Smith has not proved that he can bring his team from behind. First against Minnesota and again today against the Giants. He can't just play from ahead. He has to bring his team from behind.
        Tony Dungy: The Giants took away their run game early, and that's what you have to do when you play against San Francisco.

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