The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, September 17, 2019

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Odell Beckham Jr., In Win Over Jets, Reminds MetLife What He Can Do (New York Times) Cleveland’s star wide receiver, returning to his former home field, dominated as the Jets lost another quarterback.

‘Get Real’: Senior Democrats Shut Down Kavanaugh Impeachment Push (Politico) “We’ve got to get beyond this ‘impeachment is the answer to every problem.’ It’s not realistic,” Durbin said.

The Jets Have Reached The “Luke Falk Is Our Quarterback” Level Of Misery (The Ringer) And somehow it could get worse than it did in Monday’s loss to the Browns.

Why Marianne Williamson’s Brand Of Spirituality Isn’t Working (538) The more voters learned more about her, the less they seemed to like her.

There’s More History To Antonio Brown’s History (SI) Exclusive: Accusations range from a previously untold account of sexual misconduct, a charity auction theft, multiple domestic incidents, and a long list of unpaid debts.

IPhone 11, 11 Pro And 11 Pro Max Review: The Battery Life We’ve Been Dying For (Wall Street Journal) The new iPhones have improved cameras, but our columnist is betting you’ll care most about the extra juice

Mike Leach Slams California College Athlete Bill: They ‘Have Trouble Keeping Their Streets Clean’ (Yahoo! Sports) Leach isn’t a fan of a new bill working its way through the California state legislature that would allow college athletes to profit off their likeness.

Netflix Snags ‘Seinfeld’ After Losing Key Sitcoms As Streaming Wars Heat Up (CNBC) It’s a major comeback for Netflix after the company lost the streaming rights to shows like “Friends” and “The Office.”

Antonio Brown’s Former Doctor Makes Bizarre Allegation About Receiver’s Flatulence: Report (Fox News) Embattled NFL player Antonio Brown’s former doctor says the football star repeatedly passed gas in his face and laughed about it during a consultation after showing up three hours late, according to a report published Monday.

City Commissioner: Replace Male Statues In Central Park With Women (New York Post) But Mayor Bill de Blasio — who created monumental hoopla when he opened the door to possibly removing what some groups deemed offensive statues by creating an advisory panel — refused to back the notion.

Injuries To Top Quarterbacks Like Ben Roethlisberger And Drew Brees Could Cause Major Ratings Impacts For NFL Primetime Games (Awful Announcing) Around 11 primetime games alone could be affected by starting quarterback injuries (and a retirement, in the case of Andrew Luck).

James Cameron, Victor Vescovo, And The Saga Of The Deepest* Solo Dive Ever (Wired) Vescovo says he dove deeper than Cameron. Cameron says not so fast. Perhaps only Poseidon knows for sure.

First And 10: Want A Feel-good Story? Say Hello To Florida’s Kyle Trask (Saturday Down South) Embrace Kyle Trask, everyone. Embrace all of who and what he has become in 4 long years at Florida.

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