The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, September 11, 2018

 Clay Travis’ New TV Show “Lock It In” Debuts on Fox Sports 1 (FS1) New daily sports-betting themed show starring Clay Travis, Cousin Sal, Todd Fuhrman, and Rachel Bonnetta debuted on Monday.

Jon Gruden’s return to coaching was a boo-filled disaster (NY Post) All that positive energy generated when Gruden was hired back in January turned to a chorus of boos by the end of a 33-13 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Monday.

Australian Newspaper Defends Serena Williams Cartoon (Herald Sun) “THE world has officially gone mad when a celebrated cartoonist is condemned by the social media hordes for depicting a famous sports star throwing an unedifying tantrum.”

Small business optimism surges to highest level ever, topping previous record under Reagan (CNBC)  U.S. small business optimism surged to a record in August as the tax cuts and deregulation efforts of the president and Congress led to more sales, hiring and investment.

Defensive Genius Matt Patricia Suffers Worst Debut Loss Ever by Lions Coach (FREEP) The Lions were blown out, 48-17, at home against the New York Jets on Monday night at Ford Field.

Nathan Peterman and the Worst Week 1 NFL Starters Ever (Big Lead) A true cavalcade of horribleness including NFL legends Randy Hedberg, Jerry Golsteyn, and Mike Kerkland.

Serena Williams Should Take Responsibility For Her Actions (Outkick) Everybody gets treated the same when they yell at umpires. Take and respect and own your personal responsibility for getting into an argument.

“A Plane Just Hit the Pentagon!” — Memories From the White House on 9/11 (Outkick) I still remember that little boy in his little suit who jumped up to me to get a hug. I was told his father was on that plane. I never felt less worthy.

California’s Corporate Quotas: Bill Would Dictate Gender of Company Directors (WSJ) The right-thinking progressives who rule Sacramento aren’t satisfied with punishing business with high taxes and costly regulation. Now they want to dictate to shareholders the gender of whom they can elect as corporate directors.

Aaron Rodgers vs Khalil Mack (Outkick) Great offensive players are always worth more than great defensive players. 

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