35 Thoughts On The Patriots’ Disjointed Win Over The Giants (Boston.com) The defense, again, was spectacular.
Ukraine Whistleblower May Not Testify In Person (Wall Street Journal) Lawmakers are awaiting an appearance Friday by the former Ukraine ambassador.
Outkick’s Gambling Picks For Week 7 2019 (Outkick) We will not let the picks go quietly into the good night. We will rage against the dying of the light. All the way to 11-0 this week.
Hollywood’s Cave To China On Censorship (Axios) Perhaps the most extreme example was the 2018 decision to not allow Disney’s “Christopher Robin” to be released, purportedly because Chinese President Xi Jinping’s resemblance to Winnie the Pooh had become a joke among activists who resisted the country’s Communist regime.
Joe Burrow Is Leading LSU’s Almost Unrecognizable Offense (538) LSU quarterback Joe Burrow has racked up 1,864 passing yards in just five games.
Tucker Carlson: ‘Woke’ NBA Shows That China’s Fascism Is Good For Business And Bad For Our Freedom (Fox News) You’d think every American would stand with Hong Kong without even thinking about it. But not the NBA.
Gerrit Cole And The Astros’ Pitching Mowed Down The Rays. What Will Happen When They Face The Yankees? (The Ringer) The 6-foot-4 strikeout machine turned in another dazzling start in a decisive Game 5 on Thursday. Now, his team’s attention turns to a matchup with New York.
Netflix Will Weather Onslaught Of New Streaming Services, Says Goldman (CNBC) In a note to clients Thursday, Goldman Sachs analysts say Netflix’s long history of competition should help it weather the streaming wars.
Nike To Shutter Salazar’s Oregon Project (New York Times) Nike has decided to shut down its Oregon Project, the elite training group run for years by Alberto Salazar.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Defends Decision To Withdraw Hong Kong Protest App (Variety) “The app was being used maliciously to target individual officers for violence and to victimize individuals and property where no police are present,” Cook wrote.
Cautionary Tales For Dwayne Haskins And Josh Rosen (SI) Ex-NFL QBs Brady Quinn, Joey Harrington and Tim Couch look at Haskins and Rosen through the lens of their own experiences.
These Fish Can Live On Land And Breathe Air. Authorities Suggest You Kill Them On Sight. (Washington Post) There’s a fish that can live on land. Georgia officials want you to kill it immediately.