The Daily Outkick: Monday, December 16, 2019

Eli Manning Closes With A Flourish. Will There Be An Encore? (New York Times) In perhaps his final start at MetLife Stadium, Eli Manning ended the Giants’ nine-game losing streak by staving off the Miami Dolphins.

Read: The Full House Judiciary Committee Impeachment Report (Axios) The 658-page report highlights the reasons behind the two articles of impeachment against Trump — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Its publication is required so the House can consider the articles ahead of a vote, expected Wednesday.

College Football’s Best Player Doesn’t Set Foot On A College Campus Much (Wall Street Journal) LSU quarterback Joe Burrow, who won the Heisman Trophy on Saturday, is a graduate transfer who takes his classes online.

House Democrat Who Opposed Impeachment Plans To Switch To The Republican Party (NPR) Van Drew was one of two Democrats who defected from their party in October in voting against formalizing the impeachment inquiry into Trump.

Raiders Leave Oakland For Final Time To Chorus Of Boos, Trash In Chaotic Loss (Fox News) Raiders players, including quarterback Derek Carr, heard a loud drone of boos as they walked off the field. Trash also rained down from the seats.

Biden’s Democratic Challengers Don’t Really Want To Win — Here’s The Proof (CNBC) Biden’s biggest weakness is the still-unraveling series of facts about the extent of his son Hunter Biden’s sweetheart jobs and deals while the elder Biden was a senator and then vice president.

The Cowboys Got The Exact Win They Needed (The Ringer) Dallas dominated the Rams on Sunday and set themselves up to win the NFC East against the Eagles next week.

Harvey Weinstein: I Deserve Pat On Back When It Comes To Women (New York Post) He is charged with five counts of predatory sexual assault, criminal sex act and rape in the cases and faces up to life in prison if convicted.

Why The Officials Deserve Credit For The Calls In The Final Frantic Seconds Of Falcons-49ers (SI) Two close calls in the final seconds of Atlanta’s upset of San Francisco had the potential to derail the game—but credit to the officials, who got the calls right.

5G Is More Secure Than 4G And 3G—Except When It’s Not (Wired) The next-generation wireless networks make it harder to track and spoof users, but security holes remain because devices still connect to older networks.

Jay Glazer Released Some Patriots Sideline Footage On FOX NFL Sunday, Including Confrontation With Bengals Security (Awful Announcing) The video isn’t great news for the Patriots, but it’s not clear yet how the NFL will handle it.

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