The Daily Outkick: Friday, September 27, 2019

The Eagles’ Win Over The Packers Re-established Them As An NFC Power (The Ringer) Philadelphia was able to stop a scorching-hot Aaron Rodgers and tear apart a much-hyped Green Bay defense. Even at 2-2, this squad has what it needs to make a run.

Republicans Want Whistleblower’s Sources, As Inconsistencies In Complaint Emerge (Fox News) The whistleblower’s complaint, released earlier in the day, contained no firsthand accounts of wrongdoing.

The Concussion Crisis In Australian Rules Football (New York Times) It’s a brutal game, and retired players are suffering the consequences of hits to the head. But the league there is following a familiar playbook, one used by the N.F.L.

Fed Adds $110.1 Billion To Financial System In Latest Transaction (Wall Street Journal) The central bank continues to dip into repo market to relieve funding pressure in money markets.

College Football Is The True Home Of The Play-Action Pass (538) As college football’s regular season marches into its second month, more than one-quarter of dropbacks at the Power Five level have involved play-action.

Biden Advisers Weigh New Wall Street Tax As Warren, Sanders Pitch Aggressive Levies On Wealthy (Washington Post) Biden, under pressure throughout the presidential campaign to move left on a range of policy issues, has embraced several ideas to increase taxes on the rich and on corporations but so far has not gone as far as his two main rivals.

Antonio Brown Gets Into War Of Words On Twitter With NFL Pro Bowler (CBS Sports) Brown is back on social media and creating more headlines by arguing with NFL players.

Wall Street Democratic Donors Warn The Party: We’ll Sit Out, Or Back Trump, If You Nominate Elizabeth Warren (CNBC) In recent interviews of several big-money Democratic donors and fundraisers in the business community, CNBC has found that this opinion is becoming widely shared as Warren surges against Joe Biden.

What Melvin Gordon’s Return Will Mean For The Chargers (SI) The Pro Bowl back is ending his holdout and returning to a 1-2 team. Can he spark talent-laden but injury-riddled L.A.?

Jennifer Lopez, Shakira To Headline 2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show (Variety) The booking also bears the fingerprints of Jay-Z, who surprised many by announcing a partnership between the NFL and his Roc Nation company over the summer.

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