“NFL Turning Point” – In Case You Missed It!
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“NFL Turning Point” – In Case You Missed It!

In case you missed it, here are some of our top NFL Turning Point segments that were featured this season so far. Check them out to catch up and join us for next week’s NFL MORE ►

Tonight on “NFL Turning Point” – Week 5
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Tonight on “NFL Turning Point” – Week 5

This week’s episode of NFL Turning Point takes you in-depth to the close games and overtime thrillers from Week 5. NFL Films has all the shots and sounds you need to relive this wild week MORE ►

SNEAK PEEK: “Eric Dickerson: A Football Life”
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SNEAK PEEK: “Eric Dickerson: A Football Life”

By Chip Swain, Co-Producer

EDITOR’S NOTE:  This Friday, October 10 at 9pm/ET, “Eric Dickerson: A Football Life” premieres on NFL Network.

It was May. I flew to Texas to meet Eric Dickerson for the first … MORE ►

Top 5 Shots of the Week: Week 1
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Top 5 Shots of the Week: Week 1

At NFL Films we capture the most awe inspiring images you won’t see anywhere else. These shots feature Colin Kaepernick, Matt Ryan, Andrew Luck, and more in some of their most intense plays of the … MORE ►

Divisional Round Playoff Preview: Indianapolis (4) at New England (2)
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Divisional Round Playoff Preview: Indianapolis (4) at New England (2)

Game Info:

Location: Gillette Stadium

Date: January 11th, 2014

Kickoff Time: 8:15 PM ET

Weather Forecast: Cloudy and windy, 41 degrees, chance of rain

TV: CBS

Indianapolis Colts (11-5):

Offense:

  • Total YPG: 341.8 (15th)
  • Pass

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Tonight on “NFL Turning Point”: Luck Leads Second-Greatest Comeback Ever
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Tonight on “NFL Turning Point”: Luck Leads Second-Greatest Comeback Ever

  • This week’s episode of Turning Point kicks off with arguably the most exciting game of Wild Card Weekend. Up 28 points in the early parts of the 3rd quarter, it looked as though Andy

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NFL Films Top 5 Shots Weeks 8 and 9
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NFL Films Top 5 Shots Weeks 8 and 9

These past two weeks our cinematographers came through with some more brilliant camerawork, and in games where astounding plays were made, these cinematographers shot footage that makes those same plays look even more phenomenal. Here’s … MORE ►

Tonight on “NFL Turning Point”: The Broncos falter
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Tonight on “NFL Turning Point”: The Broncos falter

In the chaos that is the NFL regular season, the time between one game and the next can seem like an eternity. One Monday, pundits will be lauding a team as one to rival the … MORE ►

‘Every End Starts a New Beginning’ – Fall Internship Class of 2012
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‘Every End Starts a New Beginning’ – Fall Internship Class of 2012

This season’s former TCIPF and “Inside the NFL” intern Domenick Candelieri, who currently works in the NFL Films’ vault as a Video Librarian, gives his take on the internship experience at NFL Films.

The 2012 … MORE ►

Ray Lewis’s 1st NFL sack was on Jim Harbaugh. Here it is.
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Ray Lewis’s 1st NFL sack was on Jim Harbaugh. Here it is.

Super Bowl XLVII will be the final game of Ray Lewis’s storied career.  To win it, he’ll have to go through Jim Harbaugh, and if he does, it won’t be the first time he’s taken … MORE ►