The Daily Outkick: Thursday, November 28, 2019

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Cowboys Bring Spice To Thanksgiving As Jerry Jones Appears To Be At Breaking Point With Jason Garrett (SI) The emotional mood swings that define Jerry Jones usually peak immediately after a loss, when surrounded by reporters he delivers his take on the state of his Dallas Cowboys. He’s the only NFL owner who routinely makes himself available in such moments.

Trump Signs Bill Supporting Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protesters (Wall Street Journal) The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 reaffirms and amends the U.S.-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992.

Welcome To The College Football Playoff Committee’s Nightmare Scenario (538) In what has become a recurring tradition since FiveThirtyEight started predicting the College Football Playoff field, it’s time for another installment of our Playoff Doomsday Scenario.

Hong Kong Protesters Praise Trump, Congress For Law (Fox News) Beijing calls move sinister.

Charting The Path To The College Football Playoff For Every Contender (For The Win) Here’s a guide to help you keep track of which teams to root for and against in the next couple weeks.

Bloomberg Is Crushing All Other 2020 Democrats With His Ad Spending In Super Tuesday States (CNBC) According to a CNBC analysis, Bloomberg has spent $13.2 million on television ads across the 14 Super Tuesday states in his first week as a candidate.

Reasons For Fans Of All 30 MLB Teams To Give Thanks (CBS Sports) This Thanksgiving, here’s a reason for baseball fans to be thankful.

Queen Elizabeth May Soon Retire To Hand ‘Reigns’ To Prince Charles (New York Post) The 93-year-old monarch is weighing stepping down around her 95th birthday, the same age that her husband, Prince Philip, withdrew from his royal duties.

Manchester City Owner Sells $500 Million Stake To U.S. Investor (New York Times) Manchester City Owner Sells $500 Million Stake To U.S. Investor

Why Thanksgiving Isn’t Meatless (Axios) While plant-based meat products are gaining popularity in the U.S., overall meat consumption is going up, too. One is not replacing the other.

Buffalo Bills Coordinator Brian Daboll Gives Fans A Ride After Their Car Breaks Down (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) Brian Daboll orchestrated the Buffalo Bills’ longest drive of the year on Sunday. The offensive coordinator scored some extra points with fans on his final drive of the night.

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