The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, November 26, 2019

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Lamar Jackson Throws Five TDs As Ravens Demolish Rams On Monday Night Football (SI) Jackson and Baltimore stormed out of the gate and never looked back.

Supreme Court Suspends House Subpoena Seeking Trump’s Financial Information (Wall Street Journal) High court now likely to consider case that strikes at heart of the U.S. Constitution.

Jason Garrett Is The Cowboys’ Kryptonite, And America’s Team Is At A Crossroads (The Ringer) Sunday’s performance reinforced everything that’s wrong with this group—and posed plenty of questions about the future.

House Dem Now Sees No ‘Value’ In Impeachment, As Polls Show Falling Support Among Independents (Fox News) Michigan Democratic Rep. Brenda Lawrence abruptly announced Sunday that she no longer saw any “value” in the process and called for her fellow Democrats to throw their support behind a symbolic censure resolution.

Jason Garrett Responds To Jerry Jones’ Coaching Comments (247 Sports) Jones called the loss a “significant setback” for the team and pinpointed the Cowboys’ struggles on special teams as a direct factor in the loss.

NYers Say Cuomo Got ‘Played’ By AOC In Failed Amazon Deal (New York Post) Gov. Andrew Cuomo was deluged with hate mail following the collapse of his $3 billion deal to build a giant Amazon headquarters in Queens.

Lions Reportedly Attempt To Sign Veteran Quarterback Josh Johnson, XFL Blocks Transaction (CBS Sports) Matt Patricia is looking for QB help, but the XFL demands he look elsewhere.

Elon Musk’s Tweets About Tesla’s Cybertruck ‘Orders’ Tell Us Very Little About Actual Future Sales (CNBC) Given the minimal $100 payment, it’s impossible to say how many pre-orders will eventually convert to sales.

Cowboys-Patriots Tied For Fox’s Best Regular-season NFL Broadcast Since 1996, Was Highest-rated Broadcast Since February’s Oscars (Awful Announcing) It wound up being a very good ratings weekend for Fox Sports.

Viacom, CBS Merger Expected To Close Dec. 4 (Variety) The new company, to be called ViacomCBS, will operate everything from the CBS television network to the Paramount movie studio, and have a significant stake in kids’ TV, TV news and late-night TV programming.

Pass Interference Or Not? No One In The N.F.L. Seems To Know (New York Times) The league responded to an egregious non-call in the playoffs by making the penalty, or absence of it, reviewable. But the rarity of successful challenges has been confounding.

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