The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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Seahawks Hand 49ers First Defeat In Overtime Thriller (SI) The class of the NFC West battled for 70 minutes on Monday night in a turnover-filled affair that saw Russell Wilson and Seattle end San Francisco’s unbeaten streak.

History Says Bloomberg 2020 Would Be A Sure Loser (Politico) Almost every four years, there’s a last-minute panic candidate for the presidency. They never win.

Pete Alonso Becomes The 6th Met To Be Named Rookie Of The Year (New York Times) Alonso won the award for a season in which he hit 53 homers to break the rookie record and lead the majors.

The Streaming Wars Officially Kick Off This Week, But Don’t Expect The Cheap Plans To Last Forever (CNBC) Disney’s streaming video service, Disney+, launches Tuesday.

First And 10: The Playoff Committee Only Has One Choice: Include Alabama (Saturday Down South) When the 13 men and women meet in suburban Dallas to decide the 4 teams to make up the CFP, it will be about eye test. Who they think are the 4 best teams in the nation. Frankly, that’s the way it should be.

Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ Gathers Personal Health Data On Millions Of Americans (Wall Street Journal) Search giant is amassing health records from Ascension facilities in 21 states; patients not yet informed.

Raiders Work Out Jermaine Whitehead, Safety Cut By Browns For Racist, Threatening Tweets (Yahoo! Sports) Last week, the Cleveland Browns cut safety Jermaine Whitehead following a postgame Twitter rant that included death threats and racist language in response to criticism after a loss.

Inside The Alleged ‘Cult’ That Has Been Quietly Operating In NY For Decades (New York Post) A dozen former members have spoken out to The Post — telling similar stories to those shared more than four decades ago, including claims they forked over huge sums to Odyssey while being emotionally abused and exploited.

It Turns Out The Knicks Suck At Losing, Too (The Ringer) An embarrassing loss to the Cavs led to an impromptu press conference by New York’s front office—proving, once again, that James Dolan can always make a bad thing worse.

Jimmy Carter Hospitalized For Brain Surgery (Axios) Carter was treated in hospital last month for a pelvic fracture sustained in a fall at his home in Plains, Georgia. In May, Carter broke his hip after falling in his home.

VIDEO: Stephen A. Smith Goes Off On First New York Knicks Rant Of The Season (The Big Lead) NBA season has officially begun, as Stephen A. Smith has launched into his first rant against the New York Knicks.

‘The Mandalorian’: Jon Favreau And Pedro Pascal On Creating A Western On Steroids (Variety) “The Mandalorian” premieres Nov. 12 on Disney Plus.

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