The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, September 10, 2019

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Drew Brees And Deshaun Watson Just Traded Heroics In The Best Game Of Week 1 (The Ringer) While the Saints look ready to contend for another Super Bowl, the Texans are left with more questions about how to protect their quarterback.

California Lawmakers Vote To Undo N.C.A.A. Amateurism (New York Times) A bill passed by the State Assembly would allow college athletes to make endorsement deals. It is expected to reach the desk of Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Antonio Who? Raiders Roll Over Broncos And Derek Carr Wishes AB The Best (Yahoo! Sports) The Oakland Raiders looked like a team that was happy to play football. They were finally free of the nonsense.

T-Mobile’s CEO And The Tribal Approach To Management (Wall Street Journal) John Legere savages T-Mobile’s competitors in a singular approach that has won him the devotion of his employees.

Drew Brees Passes Tom Brady For Second Most Touchdown Passes In NFL History (Sporting News) Brees and Brady are locked into a tight battle for second place on the list of passing touchdowns in NFL history.

Netflix, The Cultural Exporter (Axios) As Netflix continues to expand its presence around the globe, it is increasingly investing in the production and distribution of localized, foreign-language content designed to woo international audiences.

What’s Up With Todd Gurley? (SI) On paper Gurley had a good Week 1, taking 14 carries for 97 yards—but many of these carries came late in the game, as Malcolm Brown got crucial red-zone touches throughout the day. Could this be the Rams’ new normal?

If You’re Polling In The Low Single Digits, You’re Probably Toast (538) Cory Booker, Beto O’Rourke, Julian Castro and Amy Klobuchar are polling in the low single digits.

Fox Dominates Early College Football Saturday Window Again (Awful Announcing) ESPN rolls to wins in mid-day and primetime.

Mark Cuban Sells HDNet Cable Channels To Anthem Sports, Steve Harvey (Variety) Mark Cuban has sold a majority stake in his HDNet cable channels to Leonard Asper’s Anthem Sports & Entertainment.

It’s Time To Buy Out Jeremy Pruitt And Turn To A Familiar Face To Resurrect Tennessee Football (Saturday Down South) It’s time to turn to Phillip Fulmer. No, really.

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