Football Night in America

Season 6 Episode 12

Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs

Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Nov 27, 2011 on NBC
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Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs

The team presents highlights and analysis of Week 12 Sunday action and sets the stage for the Sunday night game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Kansas City Chiefs from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • (on Ndamukong Suh's ejection from the Thanksgiving Day game for stomping on a Green Bay player who was lying on the field)
        Rodney Harrison: I think he should be suspended two games. I was a young player once and I was very prideful and arrogant, just like Ndamukong Suh, but I didn't learn until the Commissioner handed me a suspension. Then I really understood the impact of what it did to my teammates in that locker room. Also, I don't want it to diminish exactly what this kid stands for. He's a good kid and he works very hard, and don't want that to diminish what he stands for going forward.
        Tony Dungy: I played with Joe Greene and Joe told me his first year was very similar to Ndamukong Suh. He's out of control, wanting to win, playing very aggressively, but the organization, in particular coach Chuck Noll, got Joe's attention and said, 'You know what, it has to be about winning. Channel that aggression towards winning.
        Rodney Harrison: When we think about Ndamukong Suh, we should be thinking about the most dominant defensive tackle, not a dirty player.

      • Al Michaels: Wade Phillips - an ignominious departure from Dallas last year as the head coach midway through the season - he goes to Houston under Gary Kubiak as the defensive coordinator and in good measure that is why the Houston Texans are 8-3 right now.
        Cris Collinsworth: But, no matter who is playing the quarterback position, with the way that they can play defense, the way that they can run the football with Arian Foster, Ben Tate and those guys, eventually you're going to come down and have to play one-on-one coverage against Andre Johnson. (to Bob Costas) Bob, I've seen you throw. If they put you in there, occasionally, you threw it up, Andre Johnson would make a play or two.
        Bob Costas: You know, I'm disputing this report, because if you actually had seen me throw, you would have seen tight 30 to 35 yard spirals.
        Al Michaels: In what sport?
        Bob Costas: Oh, come on! You know, seriously. Seriously, you have seen this and yet you dis me. I am so deeply hurt.
        Cris Collinsworth: Only the curls in your hair spiral like that.

      • (on the Cincinnati Bengals)
        Cris Collinsworth: This is a remarkable story. I really thought this team had a shot at the first overall pick in the draft. They had a new offensive coordinator. They had a rookie quarterback in Andy Dalton. They had a rookie wide receiver in A.J. Green. It is all falling together in a remarkable way. It now looks like we may well see three teams out of the AFC North going into the playoffs.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Alex Flanagan reports on the New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles game from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

      • Bob Costas' interview segments feature Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley and Pittsburgh wide receivers Mike Wallace and Antonio Brown.

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