The Daily Outkick: Monday, November 25, 2019

The Packers Look Like A Team Exposed (The Ringer) Green Bay had the appearance of a Super Bowl contender in the first half of the season, but an ugly loss to the 49ers—and another to the Chargers a few weeks back—has put their résumé in question.

Bloomberg Enters Crowded Democratic Race (Wall Street Journal) Billionaire’s entry further clouds a 2020 race with no definitive front-runner.

Jason Garrett’s Aggressively Conservative Playcalling Could Be His Downfall (SI) The Cowboys’ head coach is known for being risk averse to a fault, something which may have cost his team a game against the Patriots on Sunday—and maybe could have a greater impact down the line.

LVMH Confirms Deal To Acquire Tiffany For $16.2 Billion (CNBC) The boards of both LVMH and Tiffany approved the deal on Sunday and the transaction is expected to close in the middle of 2020.

Ohio State Passes Its First Test Of The Season By Beating Penn State (New York Times) The Buckeyes, in Chase Young’s return from suspension, at last faced a challenge after 10 games of crushing mediocre opponents and dominating decent ones.

How The Democratic Candidates Name-drop Places To Appeal To Voters (Washington Post) Candidates appear to strategically reference geographic places for reasons ranging from getting particular voters’ attention to demonstrating knowledge of foreign policy.

Mike Tomlin Won’t Say Whether Mason Rudolph Or Devlin Hodges Will Start For Steelers In Week 13 (CBS Sports) Hodges replaced an ineffective Rudolph during the second half of the Steelers’ win over the Bengals.

Democrats Heed Obama’s Warning (Politico) As voting nears, candidates discover ordinary voters matter more than social-media warriors.

Will Broncos Finally Turn To Drew Lock After Another Bad Offensive Outing? (Yahoo! Sports) The Denver Broncos lost 20-3 to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, failing to enter the red zone and gaining only 134 yards from scrimmage.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Released From Hospital (Axios) Ginsburg was expected to recover quickly. The Saturday statement noted: “With intravenous antibiotics and fluids, her symptoms have abated.”

Fox Announces Ohio State-Penn State Was Their Highest-rated College Football Game Of The Season (Awful Announcing) The game’s 6.3 rating is second only to LSU-Alabama this season.

Your Amazon Package Has A Wild Journey Before It Gets To Your Door (Recode) Learn the fascinating reason a lot of products you buy online make a pit stop in rural Roundup, Montana.

Vita Vea Becomes Heaviest Person In NFL History To Catch TD Pass (The Big Lead) On second-and-goal, 346-pound defensive tackle Vita Vea reported in for the Bucs as an eligible receiver, lining up at fullback.

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