The Daily Outkick: Thursday, December 26, 2019

Matthew Stafford’s Awesome Christmas Surprise For Two Kids Who Recently Lost Their Dad (For The Win) Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford and his wife, Kelly, pulled off a Christmas surprise for two young fans who recently lost their father and it’s surely a moment they will never forget.

Last-Minute Shoppers Rushed To Online Retailers (Wall Street Journal) Shoppers and delivery companies scramble in a shortened season; stores log weak growth.

Here’s What Russell Wilson Bought His Offensive Line For Christmas (Yahoo! Sports) What do you get for someone who is basically trying to save your life and prevent you from getting steamrolled every 40 seconds? That’s the question Russell Wilson had to answer when thinking about what to get his offensive line.

Global Stock Markets Gained $17 Trillion In Value In 2019 (CNBC) Big years for large U.S. tech stocks made up a significant part of the gains.

Why Stephen Curry (Not LeBron) Is The N.B.A. Player Of The Decade (New York Times) As great as LeBron James has been, Curry had the edge in one major way: He changed the game.

The Insane News Cycles Of 2019 (Axios) The chart, based on search trends compiled by Google News Lab, highlights how short the public’s attention span was as the media darted from one big thing to another.

LeBron James Aggravates Groin Injury In Loss, Could Miss Time (ESPN) Last Christmas, James suffered a torn left groin against the Golden State Warriors and it derailed both his and his team’s season.

Cops Arrest Suspect In Slaying Of 49ers’ CJ Beathard’s Brother (New York Post) Police said Mosley “surrendered from a vacant home on Petway Rd in Cheatham County after it was surrounded by law enforcement. He was there alone.”

Transfer QB-Heavy Playoff Field Could Be College Football’s New Normal (SI) Nothing embodies the transfer wave in college football more than the quarterbacks in this year’s playoff.

Trump Warns Governor Newsom: If California Homeless Crisis Persists, Feds ‘Will Get Involved’ (Fox News) The Golden State has led the nation in the number of homeless people with an estimated total of over 129,972 in January 2018, according to a Department of Housing and Urban Development report.

Trying To Make A Big Game Feel Bigger With Experimental Camera Angles Isn’t Worth It (Awful Announcing) Innovation is good, but only if it adds something for viewers.

“Apple Buys Disney Or Netflix”: Hollywood Insiders Reveal Their 2020 Predictions (Hollywood Reporter) Guilds will go on strike, digital video costs will skyrocket, a streamer will win the best picture Oscar and more forecasts as 40-plus top industry players place their bets.

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