Outkick’s Gambling Picks For Week 11 2019 (Outkick) We’ve got ten picks for you this week and there has been a ton of movement so far this week in the gambling lines.
Trump, At Louisiana Rally, Hits ‘Disgraceful’ Whistleblower’s Attorney Who Tweeted Of ‘Coup’ In 2017 (Fox News) The president extensively quoted from the article, which reported that Zaid has long called for Trump’s impeachment — even promising two years ago, “We will get rid of him.”
Baker Mayfield Says He ‘Didn’t Deserve’ Handlebar Mustache (Yahoo! Sports) “The original thought for me, do handlebars,” said Mayfield, “I was undefeated before Sunday with the handlebar mustache. So I shaved it off because I didn’t deserve it.”
China Says It Has Agreed With The US To Cancel Existing Trade Tariffs In Phases (CNBC) One important condition for a limited trade agreement, Feng insisted, was that the U.S. and China must remove the same amount of charges at the same time.
Three N.F.L. Quarterbacks. Three Allens. Which Is Which? (New York Times) Can you tell Brandon, Josh and Kyle Allen apart?
Google Weighs Changes To Political Ad Policy (Wall Street Journal) Discussions come after Twitter said it would bar most political ads amid spread of misinformation.
Meet The New Class Of Elite NFL Receivers (The Ringer) There are some party-crashers on the wideout leaderboards. Are they all there to stay?
Jeff Sessions Plans To Run For Former Senate Seat In Alabama (Washington Post) Trump remains popular in the state and plans to attend the University of Alabama’s football game against Louisiana State University in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Saturday.
There’s A Blueprint For Stopping Lamar Jackson, But Teams Aren’t Using It (538) The code was unlocked by the Los Angeles Chargers in two games at the end of last season.
Warren Bets The White House On Medicare For All (Axios) Of the 50 biggest stories over the last two weeks about Elizabeth Warren’s plan to pay for Medicare for All, 70% were negative, according to NewsWhip data.
Has Cam Newton Played His Last Game In Carolina? (SI) The Panthers’ quarterback hasn’t played since Week 2, and he’s now been shut down for the remainder of the season with a foot injury. What are the larger ripple effects of this decision?
Dish Adds 214,000 Sling TV Subscribers, Loses 66,000 Traditional Pay TV Users (Hollywood Reporter) Charlie Ergen’s company posts its latest financials and subscriber figures.
Mike Leach Riffs On Potential Zombie Apocalypse (247 Sports) With Halloween having passed last week, Leach was asked during his Monday press conference about how he would prepare for a zombie apocalypse. The question prompted a long-winded response from the head coach, who doesn’t seem to be much of a fan of zombies.