The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, December 31, 2019

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Is Jerry Jones’ Radio Silence On Jason Garrett A Master Class In Media Manipulation? (Yahoo! Sports) The Dallas Cowboys owner may not know how to put together a winning football team. But he sure can generate headlines while keeping the Dallas Cowboys relevant and profitable.

Obama, Trump Tie As Most Admired Man In 2019 (Gallup) Americans’ choice for most admired man this year is sharply divided along party lines: 41% of Democrats name Obama, while 45% of Republicans choose Trump.

The Giants Begin Another Rebuild, But Keep The Same Architect (New York Times) Prioritizing stability, the team released Coach Pat Shurmur on Monday but elected to retain General Manager Dave Gettleman, who has been targeted for poorly managing the roster and player contracts.

CNN’s Jake Tapper Says Hunter Biden’s Lucrative Ukraine Gig Without Expertise ‘Does Stink’ (Fox News) Tapper drew attention to the suspicious arrangements the Bidens had with Ukraine.

Exit Interview: Pittsburgh Steelers (The Ringer) The biggest question heading into 2020 centers on the health of their franchise QB.

Chinese Scientist Who Gene-Edited Babies Is Sent To Prison (Wall Street Journal) A Chinese court convicted He Jiankui on charges of illegally practicing medicine, sentencing him to three years in prison

Bruce Arians Says Buccaneers Can Win With Or Without Jameis Winston As Their Quarterback (CBS Sports) Winston threw 33 touchdowns and 30 interceptions this season.

Still Bullish On Netflix? Here’s A Way To Play The Decade’s Best Stock (CNBC) Netflix heads into the new year up more than 4,000% this decade, making it the best performer in the S&P 500 throughout the last 10 years.

Gambler Loses Nearly $75,000 After The Dolphins Beat The Patriots (For The Win) Per Action Network’s Darren Rovell, someone put down $74,430 on the Patriots to beat the Dolphins against a minus-1600 moneyline.

It Took A Decade Of Shocks For The West To Finally See The World Clearly (Washington Post) “The story of this past decade wasn’t the death throes of Conservatism at all, but instead the demise of the liberal elite, dragged down by the weight of their own moral certainties.”

Urban Meyer’s Daughters Shred ESPN Host After Comment About Family (New York Post) Despite his coaching retirement, Meyer remains a part of the Buckeyes’ athletic department and has been linked with several potential NFL head coaching openings, namely the Cowboys and Browns.

The 25 Most-Read Longreads Of 2019 (Wired) The majority of the most-read WIRED stories this year were ambitious longreads.

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