The Daily Outkick: Monday, September 23, 2019

Daniel Jones’s Legend-Making Debut Shows We All Know Nothing (The Ringer) Playing without Saquon Barkley for much of Sunday, the oft-derided Giants rookie made plays with his arms and legs for a dramatic victory over the Buccaneers.

Giuliani Accuses Ukraine Of Laundering $3M To Hunter Biden, Asks How Obama Could Let That Happen (Fox News) Rudy Giuliani says Ukraine colluded with Hillary Clinton, the DNC and an FBI agent.

How Antonio Brown’s Likely Labor Grievance Against The Patriots Will Play Out (SI) The expected next step in Antonio Brown’s saga is filing a labor grievance against the Patriots, his last employer. What will Brown’s arguments be (the NFLPA will represent him), and what will New England’s stance be?

The War For Talent In The Age Of Netflix (Wall Street Journal) In the battle to dominate the new entertainment landscape, Hollywood’s titans are borrowing from Netflix’s playbook, transforming how they do business with writers, producers and stars—and how money is made in entertainment.

Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, Improved From MVP Form, Set Up For Best Passing Season In NFL History (Sporting News) Patrick Mahomes already has managed to do for the Chiefs what many did not think was possible in 2019: raise his game from the level he showed in his exceptional MVP season last year.

Bob Iger On Why Disney Walked Away From Twitter: ‘The Nastiness Is Extraordinary’ (CNBC) Disney considered buying the social media company, calling it a “compelling” way to reach consumers.

Georgia Won A Big Game. Now Comes The Hard Part. (New York Times) The No. 3 Bulldogs beat No. 7 Notre Dame, 23-17, setting Georgia up for another run at a national title. Or not.

New Streamers Battle Over Old Shows (Axios) Streaming services are putting up billions of dollars to win the rights to TV classics like “Friends” and “Seinfeld,” both of which debuted over 2 decades ago on broadcast.

Sunday Was A Day Of Change At Quarterback (CBS Sports) Daniel Jones leads charge on great day for new starting QBs.

Breaking Bad’ Movie: Aaron Paul Appears In ‘El Camino’ Trailer (Variety) As Netflix is busy battling HBO on stage for Emmys supremacy, the streamer also released another trailer for its highly secretive “Breaking Bad” movie “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” which featured a familiar face.

Chargers Stadium Is Still Embarrassingly Empty (The Big Lead) The Los Angeles Chargers are in their third season in LA and yet they still can’t fill their tiny soccer stadium home.

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