The Daily Outkick: Monday, February 4, 2019

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The Patriots’ Unyielding Dynasty Claims Sixth Super Bowl Title (New York Times) In the Year of Offense, the N.F.L.’s championship game didn’t have much.

Will Trump The Disrupter Play Nice At The State Of The Union Again? (Politico) Speaking to Congress is one of the few norms the president hasn’t turned upside-down.

Six Plays That Explain How Bill Belichick Outdueled Sean McVay (The Ringer) The Patriots made one of the league’s best offenses look like a high school squad by stopping the run, dialing up pressure, and playing tight coverage.

The Pentagon Will Deploy Another 3,750 US Troops To Mexican Border (CNBC) The additional troops will bring the total number of forces supporting the border mission to approximately 4,350.

Julian Edelman Is Your Super Bowl MVP. Is He A Hall Of Famer? (Washington Post) Edelman has never made a Pro Bowl and still ranks just 148th all-time in receptions and 248th in receiving yardage.

Study: Millennials Face Greater Risk Of Some Cancers Due To Obesity (Axios) “The change in cancer trends among young adults is often considered as a bellwether for future disease burden,” study author Hyuna Sung tells Axios.

Sean McVay Said He Was ‘Outcoached’ In Super Bowl, But Rams Players Didn’t Let Him Take Blame (USA Today) The Rams coach entered his Super Bowl postgame locker room with a message: This is my fault.

Democrat Elizabeth Warren Apologizes To Cherokee Nation For DNA Test (Reuters) “I am not a person of color. I am not a citizen of a tribe. Tribal citizenship is very different from ancestry.”

For Super Bowl Win No. 6, Tom Brady Passes Around the Credit—And Ends the GOAT Debate (SI) The GOAT question, if it was still up for debate, has been put to rest, once and for all.

Who Knew? Netflix Still Has 2.7 Million DVD-by-Mail Subscribers (Motley Fool) The streaming giant made a $52 million profit from its DVD subscription program this past quarter.

‘I Always Find A Way’: Gronkowski’s Final Catch Of The Year Is One For The Ages (Yahoo! Sports)  “I knew it was going to come to me. I just had a feeling.”

‘Game of Thrones’ Hijacks Bud Light’s Super Bowl Ad to Pump Its Return (Wall Street Journal) Anheuser-Busch InBev makes ultimate sacrifice in ad partnership with HBO: killing one of its most visible pitchmen, the Bud Knight.

ESPN’s Adnan Virk Fired, Escorted Out In Leak Investigation (New York Post) Virk is accused of leaking confidential company information to the media on multiple occasions, according to source.

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