The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, August 13, 2019

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The NFL’s Great Sean McVay Experiment And The Age Of The Coaching Wunderkind (The Ringer) Nearly half of the league’s teams enter this season with new play-callers as they try to replicate the Rams’ offensive magic.

Axios-NewsWhip 2020 Attention Tracker: Biden Pummeled For His Gaffes (Axios) While Biden’s congressional record and moderate credentials are baked into his candidacy — and may be working to his benefit — his recurrent gaffes could invite questions about his mental acuity and fitness for office.

NFL Will Let Antonio Brown Keep His Helmet Model, If He Can Find A Newer One (NBC Sports) The NFL has approved Brown wearing the helmet model he wants — the Schutt AiR Advantage — if he finds a helmet that fits him and is less than 10 years old.

Iowa All Set For Sports Betting (Legal Sports Report) Barring any setbacks, Iowa will be the first state in the Midwest to roll out regulated sports betting.

Will Cowboys ‘Completely Cave’ To Dak Prescott? Eagles Refused To Wait In Their Deal With Carson Wentz (Yahoo! Sports) Prescott’s dragging negotiation with Dallas (and the reality that it could get ugly) is why Wentz’s four-year, $128 million extension was finalized in June, locking up the Eagles’ starting quarterback through 2024.

Chris Cuomo Caught On Video Flying Into Rage After Man Calls Him ‘Fredo’ (New York Post) “My name is Chris Cuomo, I’m an anchor on CNN,” the newsman says in the video.

Tom Brady And Drew Brees Have Blown Up The QB Aging Curve. What Comes Next? (538) How will Tom Brady and Drew Brees (and, to a lesser extent, Philip Rivers) fare as they hit ages when few — if any — quarterbacks have ever been good before?

The Party Of Robert F. Kennedy Is Gone (Washington Post) The rhetoric of the Democratic candidates is incendiary and dangerous, and also politically self-destructive. It is so absurd as to be laughable but for its repetition.

High School Basketball Phenom Emoni Bates Already Has The NBA Buzzing (SI) He was recently anointed the best high school basketball prospect since LeBron James. He has been compared to Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant. He also has a documentary tracking his every step.

This Woman Sold Her App For $85 Million — Here’s The Common Mistake She Sees In Start-ups (CNBC) “I think a lot of stories about start-ups give the impression that two guys start a company in a basement and boom, two years later they change the world. That’s just not how it works – it takes years, so working hard every day is crucial.”