The Daily Outkick: Monday, January 6, 2020

Kirk Cousins Silenced His Doubters With One Deep Pass Against The Saints (The Ringer) The Vikings shocked the NFC South champs on Sunday after their quarterback came up big in overtime.

Ricky Gervais TORCHES Hollywood Elite In Scathing Globes Opener: ‘You’re In No Position To Lecture The Public About Anything’ (Mediaite) In a room filled with Hollywood powers, comic Ricky Gervais absolutely did not hold back at Sunday night’s Golden Globes.

Seahawks Knock Out Carson Wentz And The Eagles (New York Times) Seattle’s Russell Wilson passed for 325 yards and a touchdown, and Philadelphia struggled after its starting quarterback, Carson Wentz, left the game with a head injury.

Amazon Has Long Ruled The Cloud. Now It Must Fend Off Rivals. (Wall Street Journal) The tech giant is under attack as Microsoft and other rivals try to capture a bigger slice of the $266 billion cloud-computing market.

A Whole Lot Of People Watched The Patriots Lose To The Titans (Awful Announcing) It could be a bit bittersweet for CBS executives, but they’re certainly at least happy with the Saturday night numbers.

Poll: Sanders Surges In Early States As Warren Falters (Axios) Sen. Bernie Sanders is starting 2020 in a three-way tie for first place in Iowa, joining former Vice President Joe Biden and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 23% each, according to a CBS News/YouGov poll published Sunday.

Even By This Season’s Cowboys Standards, Jerry Jones’s Long Farewell To Jason Garrett Was Odd (Washington Post) The Dallas Cowboys, after already interviewing candidates to be their next coach, finally addressed the status of their incumbent coach Sunday, one week after their season ended.

Netflix Had The Most Golden Globe Nominations, But AT&T Brought Home The Most Trophies (CNBC) AT&T, which owns both HBO and Warner Bros., took home six awards during the ceremony, the most of any media company.

With Michael Avenatti Trial Looming, New Nike Documents Prompt Questions (Yahoo! Sports) In a conference call on Saturday morning, the federal government informed Avenatti’s lawyers that an additional 4,000 pages of Nike documents would be handed over to Avenatti’s defense team.

Apple TV Plus And ‘The Morning Show’ Shut Out At Their First Golden Globes (Variety) The #MeToo-inspired series was nominated in two categories at the 77th annual ceremony: drama series and TV drama actress for both Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon. Neither star won.

How Matt Rhule Immediately Sold Himself To Former Giants (New York Post) Eight years later, Rhule might return to the NFL and the Giants.

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