The Daily Outkick: Friday, January 10, 2020

Report: Ravens RB Mark Ingram Expected To Play Vs. Titans In Divisional Round (Yahoo! Sports) It looks like the Baltimore Ravens will have every part of their record rushing attack on hand against the Tennessee Titans on Saturday in the AFC divisional round.

Trump’s New National Security Team Made Fast Work Of Iran Strike (Wall Street Journal) The speed at which events unfolded shows the influence of the new team of senior national-security and military advisers now surrounding the president.

What The NFL’s New Pass-Defense Metric Can — And Can’t — Tell Us (538) Seven of the top 10 teams this season in passing EPA per play are competing in the divisional round this weekend.

The Case For Killing Qassim Suleimani (New York Times) The strike was justified and legally sound.

The Evolution Of Aaron Jones And The Emergence Of A Packers Superstar (The Ringer) Green Bay’s other Aaron has long been overlooked because of his size. But he’s been a revelation in his first season under Matt LaFleur—and he may be the key to the Packers’ playoff success.

December’s Jobs Report Friday Could Have Some Upside Surprises, Including Better Pay (CNBC) Economists expect 160,000 jobs were created in December and wages grew by 3.1% year over year, according to Dow Jones.

Josh McDaniels Wanted Browns Job In 2019, Likely To Propose 'Realignment' Of Team Leadership, Per Report (CBS Sports) The Patriots offensive coordinator could be eyeing a complete makeover in Cleveland

Focus Group: Pennsylvania Swing Voters Stand With Trump On Iran (Axios) Their comments suggest these voters back Trump on the Iran strike more solidly than the public at large — though some are weary of foreign wars and made it clear they want them to end.

More Details On Revamped ESPN SportsCenter Lineup (The Big Lead) Per a source with knowledge of ESPN's schedule, here are the details of the revamped lineup for the network's flagship news and highlights program.

Oprah Winfrey Advised Prince Harry And Meghan Markle On Megxit (New York Post) Winfrey encouraged them to consider making a living in North America by building their own powerful brand.

Keys To The Matchup: Clemson Offense Vs. LSU Defense (247 Sports) LSU ranks No. 84 in touchdown percentage red zone defense. They've allowed touchdowns on 63 percent of red zone trips.