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Gresh & Zo’s No Huddle: Week 7 Highlights

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Gresh & Zo’s ‘No Huddle’ chronicles the major NFL headlines of Week 7.

The guys discussed everything from Peyton Manning’s return to Indy to the Panthers win over the Rams and so much more.

-They started with the Colts and Broncos game and Peyton Manning’s return to Indianapolis. He received a pretty good ovation from the crowd, but Andrew Luck took over the game on the field. Colts cornerback Vontae Davis was on the NBC postgame.

-The Panthers beat the Rams 30-15, which means we get to hear Eugene Robinson on Panthers radio. First is a mike Tolbert touchdown. Next, a Cam Newton pass to Steve Smith. Smith was upset at Rams corner Janorris Jenkins trash talking and had some comments after the game.

-Bengals had a last second win over the Lions and the guys listen to Dave Lapham’s call. Then the call of AJ Green’s 82 yard touchdown and the game winning field goal by Mike Nugent.

-The Bills kicked a late field goal to take the lead over the Dolphins 23-21, but Miami had one last chance and the announcers rode the wave of emotion.

-The Jaguars lose to the Chargers 24-6. Jacksonville has yet to score a touchdown at home this season. Head coach Gus Bradley sums is all up.

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