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i've been stealin' time where i can get it from and i've been losin' the grip on what i used to hold if i could get another chance i'd put it in a ziploc bag and keep it in my pocket keep it in my pocket keep it in my pocket tell me when i start to blow it, would you show me what i need to do before you hate me i could never live with that, so
before you're better off without me before you're better off without me well, i've been losin' the grip on what i used to hold i don't want you to be better off without me better off without me if i could get another chance i'd put it in a ziploc bag and keep it in my pocket keep it in my pocket hut! keep it in my pocket tell me when i start to blow it, would you show me what i need to do before you hate me i could never live with that, so tell me
hut! red 38! before you're better off without me hut! martel! martel, you're a wimp! i can't believe that. martel goes for a give-up slide. he did look a little cautious. i got one foot in the grave, i could've scored on that. that could be the last play of the season. in case you haven't heard, the players' strike became official at 4 p.m. eastern time. i am very sad that the players' demands, which center around a rise in the current salary cap, have been rejected by the owners. now, i have told my union brothers to walk. get me jimmy mcginty. have him here tonight, huh? yes, sir. [coughing] i'm here with washington quarterback eddie martel, and, eddie, there are a lot of angry fans out there tonight that feel the plays are being too greedy with their demands. um, anything you'd like to say to that? yeah, dwight, look, i know 5 million a year sounds like a lot of money, but i have to pay % to my agent, 5% to my lawyer.
do you have any idea what insurance costs on a ferrari, mother-- uh, pat, uh, back to you. ok, that was washington running back malcolm lamont. madden: you know, it's all about money, folks, but, heck, isn't it always? it usually is. this is pat summerall for john madden saying so long from nextel stadium. you look like hell. welli'm dyin', jimmy. oh, ho ho ho. come on. you've been dyin' for 20 years. [sighs] salute. give me a cigarette. i quit. ohh. nobody likes a quitte jimmy. see the game today? nah. oh, you liar. could you believe that slide by martel? what's up? take a ride with me, jimmy. look, jimmy, i'm too old to screw around. let me give it to you straight, huh? i want you back.
well, i'll--i'll take care of that. yeah, like you took care of me. now, jimmy. you don't have anplayers. they all flew home to their castles in their private jets, remember? well, we're gonna fish the season anyway. we're gonna use replacement players. what a business. well, we got 4 games left. we win 3, we're in the playoffs. really? win 3 out of 4, with replacement players? that's not too much to ask, is it? you won for me once, you can do it again. o'neil: what's the matter, jimmy? look, nobody's gonna give you a better chance than this... after that dallas mess. i was right about that. it's got nothing to do with being right. you went head to head with an $8 million quarterback. who the hell did you think was gonna win? i'm talking about a team of poor nobodies who play to win, not a bunch of bitchy millionaires.
i want total control of my team. i want to be able to recruit anybody that i want, no interference. [clears throat] my word is my bond. uh, i want it in writing. ok, jimmy. ok. here's a list of people i've been keeping my eye on over the years. they've all played football somewhere. not all of them in the pros, but they all have something unique to bring to the game. we're gonna take those people and try to put together a winning team. if nothing else... they should be fun to watch. daniel bateman-- s.w.a.t. team officer, awarded a purple heart for losing a kidney during the gulf war. ha ha ha ha ha! aah, yeah! he was a walk-on at michigan state before he gave up football to sneak back in the service for one more tour of duty. clifford franklin--
and the fastest son of a bitch i've ever seen. hey! clifford! twinkie! what's up, man? what's up? got any twinkies? but can he catch? that's why i have you, leo. andre and jamal jackson-- together, ese guys were the best tandem team of guards in the game. [cell phone rings] yo, jamal! yo, andre! yo, dre! who is it? you're kidding me! andre got traded, and they both fell apart. we can play football. football? football. football, football foot... [people singing] nigel gruff-- a striker out of cardiff, now residing in hell's kitchen. they call him "the leg" because he can kick a soccer ball the entire length of the field and score.
oh, bollocks. hey! pissing away our money again, huh, nigel? no, no, no, no. the money's on the way, the money's on the way. yeah, on the way where, to the o.t.? listen, i got a line on a horse. it's a winner. i swear on my mum's grave. your what? your mher's grave? vito, listen to this guy. he's swearing on his mother's grave now. nigel, listen to me. i want my money! pilachowski: has he kept in shape? by welsh standards. shane falco. pilachowski: shane falco? footsteps falco from ohio state? the same. [laughing] oh, god, he... he hasn't played in years. should be well rested then. you look like a swordfish i caught once. yeah, he hit the deck just like that. you know who i am? yeah. jimmy mcginty. yore that old coach from the eighties. [chuckles] and weet just before the sugar bowl. i remember. [hands clasp] hell of a game, that sugar bowl.
that would be 45. sometimes a game like that, uh, really sticks with you, you never shake it off. got 3 concussions to prove it. that's why girls don't play the game. why are you here, coach? i'm back with the sentinels. i want you to quarterback them. i found the best guards available to protect you and a wide receiver even you couldn't overthrow. [sighs] i'm retired. retired, huh? well, it looks like things have gone real well for you since. i got no complaints. it's quiet here. nobody bothers me. well, that's the great thing about plankton, you know, uh, it pretty much keeps to itself. you know what separates the winners from the losers, kid? the score. gettin' back up on that horse after you've been kicked in the teeth. i've watched films of your game since the sugar bowl. you should have been carrying a clipboard that first year, not trying to carry the whole team.
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lindell: i am down here at our nation's capital to remind the football fans that what these owners are doing is absolutely unconscionable. they have blatantly gone out and hired scabs, which goes against all the principles of our constitution and the declaration of independence and the emancipation proclamation as well. hey, look, here come the scabs now. hey! that's eddie martel! hey, that's--that's wilson carr! hey, wilson! hey, i love you, man! hey, what's ppening? hey! hey, i love you, man! i'm gonna bust a cap in your ass and in your ass!
i'm very sorry. sorry. hey, forget you! get a job, ya wankers! oh, yeah! hell, yeah! lookin' good out there, kid. you got the goods, baby. you got the goods. where in the hell did you learn to catch like that? the moon is up the sun is down you can have it both ways round ooh, baby won't you listen to me? we are worlds apart, you see
ok. jimmy, my, uh, tight end is--is deaf. yeah, i know. jimmy, how--how am i gonna coach a deaf man? oh, you won't need to. brian murphy would have gone in the first round 5 years ago if he hadn't been born deaf. played his college ball right here in d.c., gallaudet. but, jimmy, i got to be able to communicate with him, and how-- learn to sign. you know... oh, horse stuff! look at it this way-- he'll never be called offsides on an audible. hey, coach. hey, nigel. good to see you. good to see yo how are ya? good, good. great. is this...the... this is "the leg"? i thought-- i thought you told me he was solid muscle. well, he--he's much stronger than he looks. i'm wiry. [clicks tongue] go get some kicks in. the sun falls down uhh! [imitating nigel] he's wiry.
yeah come on all right yeah yeah well, i'm sure that you've been briefed as to your situation here. coach mcginty has requested you be turned over to us for the next 5 weeks, and the governor has been kind enough to comply. well, why don't we go ahead and join the others, shall we? no sense staying here, now, by ourselves... out of screaming distance. we don't have a quarterback, do we? fire out of there! fire out! and we don't have a game plan for sunday. and the only good thing i can say about our one offensive weapon is it's wiry! no, no, no. [imitating nigel] it's wiry. well, however the hell you say it! say it. [imitating nigel] wiry. wir-wir-wir-wire-- wi-wiry. wi-- no, it's wiry. holy--look at the-- look at this mamma-jamma! hi. hi.
[speaking japanese] ah. have you lost weight? come on, coach, don't say that. no, you look great. why don't you work out on the...[speaking japanese] [speaking japanese] he--he's lost weight? sumo wrestler. expert at pushing people around. yeah, yeah. that's what pass blocking is, remember? that's right, yeah. banes: all right, next one, 74, come on! set! hut! keep your butt down! [blows whistle] all right, way to go! banes: it's all about pushing people around! set! hut! drive, drive, drive, drive, drive, drive! all right. ah, here's the coach's boy. come on, sumo boy. let's see what you can do. set! hut! yes! good hit, sumo boy! now get this off of me! that'll do, pig, that'll do. screw you, cockroach. banes: get this off of me, sumo boy!
hey, scab. what's up, sweet cheeks? i don't want any trouble. oh, you guys hear that? he's taking away my job, but he doesn't want any trouble. not only is he taking your job, he's taking your parking space, too. what's up? well, is that right, falco? i didn't know it was yours. i'll, uh...i'll move it. no, let us do that for you. guys, move the new boy's ride for him. comin' right up, mr. falco. wilson: ready, fellas? 1! 2! 3! yeah. thanks, guys. [alarm chirps] hey, falco! you're not even a "has been."
let's play some football! yeah. ready. 3-30. 3-30. hut! aah! danny bateman. shane falco. nice pop, danny. thanks, coach. in practice, we don't hit the fellows with the red shirts on. i know, coach, but i see that red, i just wanna go after it like a bull, you know! ok, danny. huddle up! uhh! i want you to get used to setting up on the run. move fast, think even faster. you'll live a lot longer. very interested in that. huddle up. hey. shane falco.
what a bloody shambles that was. you could smell the stink all the way back in les. [whistles] nice meeting you. go! go! if you need some transportation from a world of tribulation tell me your destination i'll be, i'll be your ride if you're out of inspiration all you feel is desperation consider this an invitation i'll be, i'll be your ride rey! ready! we'll get a runnin' start and we'll take to the sky, baby ride
and your eyes on the prize hut! and ride aah! i forgot about the whole red shirt thing! this game's confusin', man. remember, red means stop. like a streetlight, right? yeah get on up. go ahead. i'm just gonna lie here a moment and collect my thoughts. work stuff out, right? i'll be, i'll be your ride you should be glad he's on your side. yeah. and your eyes on the prize and ride and ride so, you have a cheer or something? uh-huh. uh-huh. you ready? uh-huh.
hey, hey, ho, ho could anyone play better? say, say, no, no tackle, tackle, tackle, tackle tack, tack, tack show those other boys what they lack, lack, lack if i gave you a dollar you could keep most of the change 'cause all i really want is a quarterback california oranges texas cactus we think your team needs a little practice sit 'em in a highchair feed 'em with a spoon roll 'em up in toilet paper kick 'em to the moon that--that was great, thank you. thank you. do you--can you dance? well, it was nice to see everyone. i just wish it had been for a better reason. me, too, but the eulogy that frank's daughter gave was beautiful. i just feel bad knowing they struggled to pay for the funeral, especially without life insurance. i wish they would've let us help.
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i'm japanese, not chinese. same difference. what? it's the same difference. all that big... [imitates speaking chinese and japanese] you know japan and china are 2 fferent countries, right? you do know i got a atlas, bitch. wanna be a gangsta? yeah. [laughter] whazzup! hey, hey! come on, lads! hey, we're on the same team! we're on the same team! now chill out! the mick's right. i'm not a mick. i'm bloody welsh! [gasps] whatever. man, i'm going to sit with the deaf kid. i'm welsh! praise his glory, nigel. you praise his glory. and there you are airl runs up with somethin' to prove so don't just stand there, bust a move played one game in the pros, and i blew out my knee, and that was it. yeah. all i wanna do is score one touchdown before i hang up my pads, and then that is it. you'll get it.
bring it down for me, fellas hey, man. wilkinson! earl wilkinson! ha ha! boy, i knew i recognized you, man! i knew it! you played for minnesota, baby! earl wilkinson, man! oh, my god, boy, you'd have been all-pro if you hadn't beaten those cops and gone to jail. what--what i had meant to say was allegedly, um, allegedly beat up them cops and--because a good christian boy like you would never do nothin' like that. that's--that's right. the way i heard it, my man didn't even do nothin' anyway. you know, them cops are just jealous of the black man. you hear what i'm sayin'? my boy been livin' large. i can't stand the cops. you know what i'm sayin'? i better not see a cop. shoot. i'll whup a cop's ass. you can believe that.
look! bundt cake! eppa! look at all these yummy little monkeys. hello. oh, hey. hi. hi. hello. you, um, yeah. so, um, are you heather and dawn? yup. we sure are. this is great. i can't tell you h excited i am that i actually have some girls with some dance experience. you don't know. i'm excited, too. i know. god, me, too, too. so, heather, you re in cats, which is, i can't tell you, so terrific. oh, no. you know, um, pussycats. you know the club next to the airport? pussycats oh. oh. yeah. yeah. so that style of dancing that would-- is--is lap-dancing a style? no. i mean... oh, my god, i forgot to tell you something. oh, she always does that.
no way! aah! i'm so excited! go suit up. go down the tunnel and to the left. ok. yes! hey, um, if you guys have any friends at the club, would you send 'em over? absolutely. whoo hoo hoo! where you goin', number 48? [rock music playing on radio] [music stops] hey. hey. i was watching you today. you looked good. good release, strong arm. you're gonna do fine. thanks. i'm annabelle farrell. hi. shane falco. i know. i remember you from that '96 sugar bowl game. didn't anybody have anything better to do that day? you should get some of your teammates to help you turn this back over. yeah, i was, uh, i was thinking i'd call tple "a" later or something. do you want a lift? yeah. yeah, yeah. that would be--
why were you staying in the pocket at practice today? normally, i would neve comment to a quarterback about his style, but you need to keep scrambling against detroit, especially with prescott back in the lineup. prescott hasn't crossed. he's going to on sunday. they're keeping it quiet, so you don't have time to prepare. how do you know that? a friend of mine's a cheerleader for detroit. she tipped me off. one of my cheerleaders is friends with a girl whose sister just broke up with van ndy. she says he's been on a drinking binge ever since she left him. yeah? he's hung over! he's a good second slower off the snap than usual. so i should stick to t right side. unless what they say about martinez is true. oh, wow. that was fun. this is great, you live out here. which one's yours? uh, it's over here. you see that white yacht with the satellite dish? oh, my... i'm the old houseboat next to it, covered in seagull stuff. [laughs] so what did you name her? phyxius.
putting to flight. you, uh, you wanna come onboard for a beer? nothing personal, shane, but i don't date football players. i don't blame you. not even quarterbacks? especially not quarterbacks. you guys are the biggest babies of all. the biggest babies? yeah. thanks for the ride. good luck on sunday. be careful out there. i will. [whistles] shane. what are you up to? just, uh... watching the game. nervous? [sighs] no, i'm, uh... i'm good. [chuckling] like a duck on a pond.
but beneath the water, those little feet are just churning a mile a minute. how you doing? me? i'm just another duck on the pond. [laughs] hey, coach, can i ask you a question? yeah. shoot. why me? i look at you, and i see 2 men-- the man you are, the man you ought to be. someday, those two will meet. should make for a hell of a football player. get some sleep, kiddo. you're playing professional football tomorrow. r-o-w-d-i-e
summerall: welcome to nextel stadium in our nation's capital. i'm pat summerall, and with me, as always, is john madden. detroit went out and bought an entire semi-pro team once the strike happened. washington management is going with a bunch of unknowns. although we'll probably see a few guys we know today. like shane falco, that talented college quarterback who fell out of sight
there's my man. having a little snacky-food before the game, are ya? does a body good. you are one crazy son of a bitch. huh? yeah. all right, sentinels, listen up. welcome to professional football. whoo! yeah! whoo! whoo! there are some who will say that your accomplishments today will soon be forgotten, that this isn't a real team. and i say that is bull! because as of today, you're all professional football players. you're being paid to play, and i want you to remember that because the men whose places you've taken forgot that a long time ago. bring it in, guys. let's play some football! d.c.! all right! summerall: for some of these players, this is anher shot. and a last shot for a guy like falco. remember that beating he took from florida state, john?
but that's nothin' compared to some of those beatings that he took up there in seattle. one thing we do know is tt falco can take a hit. well, i'll tell you, he sure as heck got a lot of practice at it. [shouting] 1, 2, 3! get 'em! announcer: ladies and gentlemen, your washington sentinels! ha! diyou see that? wow, that's a pretty good hit. announcer: will the medical trainers please report to the east tunnel? madden: maybhe was a little overanxious, huh? announcer: the rest of the washington sentinels. go, d.c.!
kickoff! [whistle blows] pilachowski: let's go out there, guys! let's go! there can only be one leader outhere. all right? you be it. let's go now. huddle up. here we go. whoo! that's where i stand, man. no, it's not. come on, man, that's my spot in the huddle. it's not. get your spot, bro. let's go, chopstick! that's my spot! let's play some football! what do you say? [yelling in japanese] [repeats quizzically in japanese] [yelling in japanese] it's my spot now! not for lo, you tub of rice! ow! what's the problem here? you ain't kickin' jack! pork rice! japanese! not chinese! hey, man, don't be messin' with my brother! what the heck's goin' on down there? summerl: i don't know. something seems to be going on in the huddle. falco's on his back. come on! they haven't run a play yet, and falco's down.
he was looking at his earhole for a minute. this isn't a good sign. clifford: you ok? come on, shane, get it together! announcer: washington penalty, delay of game. i'm the quarterback. i'm the only one that's supposed to talk in the huddle. now huddle up. shane: hey! if you've got something to say, raise your hand. is that understood? suppose, like, you don't feel good or you're hurt or something. then tell me before the huddle starts. ok? right. ok, here we go. d.c. right, switch, 25 blast. it's up--what? that's to the left, right? no, that's to the right. it's to the left! all right, shane, you better be quiet, or they gonna hear us, and then what? [whistle blows] i'm not blocking to nobody's fense. damn! aw! referee: delay of game. number 16 on the offense. 5 yards. well, pat, so far the sentinels have minus 10 yards offensively. d.c.
on one, on one. ready? sentinels: break! ready! green 22! i'm comin' for you, footsteps! green 22! hut hut! hut! come on, shane! come on! madden: wow! you could hear falco's fillings drop all the way up here, pat. summerall: and detroit'll take over the football with excellent field position. gimme an "s" "s" gimme an "e" "e" gimme an "n" "n" gimme a "t" "t" gimme a... "i" "i" announcer: first down detroit. we'll get 'em next time, shane. bateman: go! get them! get it! bateman! eagle over, cover 4! on 3, get ready! sentinels: break! bateman was all jumpin' out all day! all day, blue eyes!
and santa's comin' down the chimney! ready! i'm gonna bury your family! i'm gonna bury your dog! check! check! aah! [whistle blows] now that's football! you get it?! you get it?! you like it?! [whistle blows] come on! summerall: i think the sentinels just set a record for penalties in the first 3 minutes. we're still waiting for the stats on that. personal foul. number 56... this sucks! on defense. half the distance to the goal. bateman on that one, pat-- that was just a cheap shot. that shouldn't--that should be worse than a penalty. they're running up the middle too much. they're walking right through us. [whistle blows] madden: touchdown detroit. don't worry about it. i was a butcher cutting up meat my hands were bloody i'm dyin' on my feet
shane: let's get this, huh? double slot zag, 88-- what? i don't feel too good. me on, suck it up, huh? come on! [groaning] what you eat, man? we gots to move, man. if we don't move, i'm gonna blow chow, too. 're in a huddle here. double slot zag, 88 slide-- damn! hey, i tried to tell you, man. i can't be around mebody pukin', or i start pukin'. ok, ok, ok, ok, ok, ok! on 3... everyone move left. shane: ready! hut, hut, hut! [rock and roll by gary glitter playing] ever see anything like that? hey not on a football field. leo, what the hell are your guys doin' out there? beats the hell out of me. well, look ait this way. it's the first thing we've done together as a team. hey! clean it up! let's go!
[crowd cheering] announcer: brian murphy with the reception. yo, now we rollin'! now we rollin'! summerall: signs of life from washington here, john. yeah, well, that last completion by falco puts them back in field goal range. field goal, let's go! let's go! nigel! nigel! player: come on, baby. it's over the bar, not under. ok? ok. go get 'em. hold that, wheezy. summerall: and here comes the field goal team. this'll be about a 40-yard attempt for kicker nigel gruff against the wind. madden: and here's a guy from wales, and he's out there kickin' his first field goal ever. this is a tough distance. whoo! yeah, yeah! she's there!
boom! boom! announcer: nigel gruff's kick is good. halftime score-- washington 3, detroit 14. you got it! yeah! yeah! yeah! yeah! you're the man! madden: whoa-ho! summerall: that's the second time tonight a washington player has been knocked out by his own teammate. you know, there's a rule in sports-- "don't do anything great if you can't handle the congratulations." there is? yep. gimme an "s" "s" gimme an "e" "e" gimme an "n" "n" gimme a "t" " gimme a... "i"--"i" watch the wheel! watch the wheel! takin' care of business every day takin' care of business jimmy: all right! all right!
takin' care of business summerall: touchdown smith. john, that one gets the sentinels back into the ballgame. madden: i'll tell ya, this guy is a ck of a player. i don't know him, but according to the sentinels here, it says ray smith is-- hey,hat's weird. no college given, no high school. it just says he's been a resident of the state of maryland for that last 2 years and 2 months d he likes-- he likes to embroider. he does some fancy work with the ball, all right. weird, man. sentinels: break! shane: ready! green 11! hut! summerall: falco's sacked, and the ball comes loose. it's detroit's ball with only a minute remaining in the gam announcer: fumble recovery. first down detroit. let's get some! danny, danny, danny.
you need the ball. get me the ball. get you the ball. are you nna get me the ball? i'm gonna get you the ball! i want that ball! you go get it! let's get some! let's t some! i hope he doesn't kill somebody. come on. i'm back! i'm back! get the ball! motion! motion! motion! quarterback: hut! get the ball! all right! way to go! way to go! i got it! madden: now that is all-madden team. you're the man! i'm the man! you got me the ball! i got you the ball! you got me the ball! i got you the ball! [whistle blows]
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you got to be kidding. come on, martel, i didn't park in your space. no, no, no. but, unfortunately, you did park in lamont's space. he's notearly as lenient as i am. lamont: on 3, fellas. 1...2...3! [laughing] we got this. we got this. um, y'all want to put the car back? this is none of your business, gentlemen. shane's our business. we're the guards, and we protect our quarterback. [laughing] oh, it's funny to these bozos. you got jokes? you got jokes? that's your ride right there, ain't it? yeah. that'sy windshield, you crazy mother-- jamal: put the car back.
son of--? a son of a bitch. oh, i'm a son of a bitch? son of a bitch? hey, man! stop! stop! stop! all right, come on. damn it, help me! lamont: you're gonna pay for this! no, i'm not. and stop messing with my man. that includes his ride. matter of fact, wax that... 3! 3! give it a tune-up, too. ready to go to practice, shane? yeah, let's do that. yeah. how's that arm? good. what's that smell? wild yam. that's nice. you like that? watch yourself, shane. pilachowski: and so, boys and girls, if anybody does have any firearms, you need to turn those in as soon as possible. no questions asked, now. heh heh. understood? ok, coach, it's all yours. nigel. last sunday, i saw a team on the field
we lost, not because of effort or desire, but because of lack of leadership, lack of trt. one of those issues has been resolved. but leadership means nothing if a team doesn't believe in each other. players spend years together before they develop trust in one another. i'm asking you to do it in a week. not a reasonable request, but these aren't reasonable times. now, i know you all haveconcerns about this sunday. but a real man... admits his fears. fears-- let's talk about them. fears. fears. [clifford clears throat] um, i'm scared of spiders, coach. [laughing] that's not what i meant. me, too, coach. i'm afraid of spiders, too. yeah. spiders freak me, too, fellas.
what scares us on the field? quicksand. hey, quicksand's a scary mother, man. that's not what he had in mind. what you talking about then, coach? why don't you ask him? ahem. hey, what's up, shane? you're playing... and you think everything is going fine, but then one thing goes wrong... and then another... and another... and you try to fight back, but the harder you fight, the deeper you sink, till you can't move... you can't breathe... because you're in over your head. like quicksand. all right. that's some deep stuff, shane. some deep stuff. anything else you're afraid of?
the shipping yard. the auto plant earl: prison. the truth is, you guys have been given something that every athlete dreams of-- a second chance-- and you're afraid of blowing it. we all are, but now our fear is shared and we can overcome it together. let's lose that fear this sunday and put it into san ego! come on! ooh! [grunting] ohh! summerall: there's another vicious hit by the all-pro hank morris. that's his third of the game. it's just me, deadhead. madden: i tell you, he is really putting a hurt on falco, pat. i'm not sure how much more of this abuse he can take. same play. except let morris by. nobody touchim. what? it's 16-0 already!
coach: get some penetration, morris! get some penetration! blue 80! hut! hut! yaah! now, that is a hit! holy cow! let's haul ass, round boy! go! jamal: go, baby! jump on his back! here comes the--unh! jump on his back! aah! madden: fumiko scores! fumiko scores! i love to see a fat guy score. why? well, you get a fat guy spike, and then you get a fat guy dance. i don't remember that fromhe play book. yeah. maybe we should put it in.
people everywhere are sayin' [music playing] bad girls talking about those sad girls oh! [whistling] see them out on the streets at night picking up all kinds strangers well, annabelle, what do you,ike, think of our friends? i think-- a good time they're friendly. i know. aren't they? yeah. [cheering] like everybody se come on, come on, dance! whoo! we stretch 'em. we stretch 'em right here. ohh, yeah 95... what the hell? toot, toot, hey, beep beep bad girls
coach: snap the ball! get the ball off! watch the play clock! beep beep toot, toot, yeah, beep beep coach: snap the ball! toot, toot, yeah, beep beep toot, toot, yeah, beep beep false start on the offense. number 72, number 77, number 60, number 61, number 87 and number 53. coach: here we go! don't throw it! coach: no! no! no! tackle him! damn it! they did it again! whoo! announcer: ray smith with the interception. first down, washington. nice going! you are killing me! defense, get out there! let's go!
98 shake. pilachowski: 98 shake. [shouting] ready! green 99! hut! split! split! aah! h! yeah! [whistle blows] not bad, falco. yeah! whoo! announcer: touchdown, brian murphy! whoo! whoo! summerall: well, it's safe to say that everybody in the stadium knows that an on-side kick is coming with5 seconds left on the clock. madden: now with just 55 seconds left, washington has to recov the ball, call a time-out real fast
madden: big ol' bateman ends up with the ball. danny, go down! madden: no one's gonna tackle him! he's reversing his field! summerall: maybe he forgot the clock's running out. madden: he's trying to run out the clock. shane: danny, go down. you're using up the clock! [whistle blows] there is something you won't see every day. summerall: you're right about that. nice hit, shane! nice hit! what do you think? jimmy: we got time for one play. we don't stop the clock, it's over. give me a chance, boss. i'm bored. you're looking at a 65-yard field goal here, nigel. you just hold it, shane, and i'll kick the bloody piss out of it. what the hell. what the hell. field goal! field goal! field goal! go! field goal! madden: mcginty's gonna let gruff try this field goal from 65 yards out. i don't know if he has enough leg. i think that guy's smoking on the field.
i'm sure you just imagined that, john. madden: no, i saw it. saw the smoke and everything. hey, vito, look who's on tv. he wants to keep his pub, he's gonna start blowing some kicks. i'm telling you, that's him. come on, do it! all right! set! yes! ooh! madden: it's straight enough. if it's got the distance... it has the distance! it's good! washington wins! whoo! yeah! announcer: 65-yard field goal attempt is good by nigel gruff! yeah!
man: what do i think? i think it's great. these guys are like us. this strike ain't about guys like me. it's about them hotshot superstars who want $8 million instead of 7. know what i say to that? to hell with them! this is the most fun i've had in football in years. go, falco! yeah! yeah! all right. hey! let's go, baby. let's go. i love you, annabelle. i know you do, alan. we're closed. oh. hey. no, you can come in. come on in, buddy! you go. out! out! you're shane falco. way to go, falco. you guys kicked ass. out! thanks. i'll see you. bye. take care. hi. you sure it's ok? i don't want to get you in trouble with your boss. oh, no. she won't mind. come on in. you want a beer? sure. [clank] so...we were so tight. we had so much fun in here.
then, after he died, i took over. oops. is that you and him? ohh...yeah. he was the biggest washington fan you have ever seen. other kids were getting bedtime stories, i got football stories. he used to talk all the time about the glory days-- thank you--of football. said how they were gone forever. i wish he was here to see you guys play. coffs] i don't know about that. oh, i do. good game today. thanks. you belong to me my poor heart aches with every step you take it's late. yeah. every vow you break
yeah, you do. i'm sorry about that. you know, between the guysn the field and the guys in the bar, girl's gotta keep her guard up. yeah, i imagine. yeah. since you've been gone i've been lost without a trace you coming to the game on sunday? nah. we don't travel with the team. but it's you i can't replace can i--can i see you when i get back? sure. ahem. well, good night, annabelle.
oh, can't you see you belong to me how my poor heart aches with every step you take every move you make and every vow you break summerall: what do you do here, john? madden: you go for it, pat. you have to. summerall: but falco's been shut down by this defense all afternoon. every move you make madden: yeah, well, i'll tell you this-- all it takes is one big play to get him back in the ball game. [crowd cheering] summerall: and here goes falco. i'll be watching you crowd: falco! falco! falco! every vow you break i'll be watching you madden: falco scores! falco scores!
way to go, baby! yeah! now here's falco, and he's gonna try and reverse pivot and turn and pitch out here. but in doing so, his left gua, andr\ jackson, is going to pull, and falco is going to hit him with the ball in the back. doink! then it's going to flop around on the ground here. here's gonna come cochran, he's gonna come across, he's gonna kick it, franklin's gonna pick it up. franklin's gonna get hit right here--whap! the ball's gonna go flying in the air and here comes falco. he picks it up, and the guy who started the play, falco, is going to end up with it in the end zone for a touchdown. welcome to strike football. and the fabulous falco. if they can win next week against dallas, they'll do something that washington has not been able to do in over 7 years-- get to the playoffs. time out! time out! time out! time out! announcer: time out, washington. check it out. franklin, comeere. come on. i thought i had it--
ain't that stuff illegal? they gonna put you in football jail? now, you know this don't look natural. don't talk! we'll run the same play. catch the ball. all right. all right. come on, let's go! damn cup is stuck. shane: gonna need some time on this one. franklin! franklin! man, i c't get the damn cup off! you can do this. it's one-on-one. ready? break! ready! blue 89! blue ! hut! [whistle blows] madden: franklin catches the ball! who would have thought? he never catches the ball. but he caught the ball. summerall: that makes the score 21-20.
tie the game, and go into overtime. especially with the playoffs on the line. but jimmy mcginty is anything but a conventional guy, pat. and mcginty says "go for it." let's go for the win. yeah! yeah! gimme a receiver! i need a receiver! 4-22 y cross, ok? we gotta have it! gotta have it! ready! hut! summerall: and this kind of situation has not been falco's strong point in the past. falco rolls to his left and throws. right into the defender's hands! and he drops it right into the unsure hands of clifford franklin. madden: washington wins. what a lucky break for shane falco who threw a bad pass that could have blown the game for washington.
ol\, ol\, ol\ shane falco...great game out there today. thanks. to what do you attribute this team's sudden rise over these past few weeks? you should talk to franklin here. he's the hero today. clifford franklin, terrific day today. yeah. today was a good day for clifford franklin, and clifford franklin can't wait till tomorrow 'cause clifford franklin gets better looking every day. ha ha! we're just beginning to scratch the surface of the talent of clifford franklin. clifford franklin has moves even clifford franklin ain't seen yet. right. well, you did show us a few of those moves today against phoenix, but it could be a different story against dallas next week. that's the same story, different chapter, girl. the football is a one-man cold to clifford franklin. clifford franklin only one catchin' it, clifford franklin the only one comin' down with it.
to victory! ha ha! feels good, doesn't it, jimmy? one game away from the playoffs, in the hunt, that ring so close you can almost feel it on your finger. what are you up to? what? i cat get excited about the future of my team? huh? [chuckles] ok, ok, i got some great news. martel and carr have crossed the picket line. ha! with the deal i made them swallow, i can't afford now t to take them back. we have a deal. no interference with my coaching. as long as the strike is on, shane falco is my quarterback. we have to beat dallas to getnto the playoffs. falco can't do that. you w what happened out there yesterday. oh, jeez. think he's gon have that luck against dallas, too? they'll murder him. he's just getting his game back! he falls apart whenever the game is on the line. that's been his rap ever since e sugar bowl. remember, there are 21 other guys
they'd be heartbroken if you abandoned them before the biggest game of their lives. [chuckles] you really are a son of a bitch, you know that? jimmy: what are you doing here? i don't want to make the same mistake as phoenix. look, kid-- might end up in this situation with dallas. shane... yeah, coach? it's over. martel crossed. oh. i'm sorry. [exhales] "chokes with the game on the line..." is that what o'neil said? [sighs] it's ok. it's better for the team, right? i mean, martel, he is the best.
no... he doesn't have heart. you do. it's been a privilege. thanks for believing. you give 'em hell on thursday, huh? hey. hey. i just wanted to tell you before you left... that i'm sorry. thanks. no, really. i think it's terrible what they do to you guys. the cruelest thing they can give guys like you, shane,
[sighs] you're a real class act, martel. real class act. come on, boys, let's go. aww! hey! hey! nothing but water left in here. it's early. i have a date. but i love you, annabelle. i know you do, alan. bye, you guys! be careful! you know what fellas do [dance music playing] you know what fellas do for the moola nigel: whooaaa! aah! ol\ ol\, ol\, ol\
ol\, ol\ ol\, ol\, ol\ nigel: right, have a look at this. whoa! hey! there he is! ladies and gentlemen, number 16 in your programs, number one in your hearts, shaaane falco! [chanting] falco! falco! falco! cheers, mate. god bless ya. cheers. cheers. ahh! ho-ho! hey, are you all right? i'm done, nigel. what? martel crossed.
when are you gonna tell the guys? i don't know. i don't want to ruin-- no, no, wait. cut the music! cut it! turn the music off! cut it! cut it! shane's got something to tell you. i've got good news. this thursday, you're going to be playing with the best quarterback in the league. [cheering] damn right! martel. he crossed. martel crossed. so, uh... while you guys are getting pounded by dallas... just kidding... i'm going to be drinking beer on my boat, kicking back. walter: sentinels... raise your glasses. this is to shane falco.
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