The Daily Outkick: Friday, November 22, 2019

Colts At Texans Final Score: Houston Takes Control Of AFC South Led By The Return Of Will Fuller (CBS Sports) The Texans' big plays lead to a 20-17 win over the Colts on 'Thursday Night Football'

Dana Perino: Democrats Would Admit They're Not Making 'Overwhelming' Impeachment Case (Fox News) She also said if Democrats felt confident in their case against Trump, it would have dominated Wednesday's 2020 debate.

NFL "Found No Such Evidence" Of Mason Rudolph Using Racial Slur In Brawl (SI) Both the Steelers and Rudolph's attorney, Tim Younger, released statements on Thursday to deny the allegations against the quarterback.

It May Take A Month To Name California’s Winner On Super Tuesday (Wall Street Journal) Changes to election procedures are expected to slow the vote-counting for Democratic presidential contenders in March

Aaron Rodgers Is Still Fluent In Winning (New York Times) After an off-season in which his leadership was questioned, the Packers are soaring behind a new coach, a new offense, a new culture — and their rejuvenated quarterback.

Nordstrom Shares Jump After Earnings Beat Estimates (CNBC) Nordstrom has not been able to escape the broader sales decline among many department stores.

Josh Allen Is Both A QB Evaluation Enigma And The Bills’ Best Playoff Hope (The Ringer) Ahead of the 2018 draft, Allen was considered a big-armed passer without many positive stats to speak of. His progress in his second season may provide a window into modern quarterback development—and Buffalo’s franchise future.

Tesla Debuts Its First Electric Pickup Truck (Axios) Cox Automotive analyst Michelle Krebs said she is doubtful that many current pickup drivers are interested in electric models.

We Haven’t Seen Anyone Like Luka Dončić Since LeBron James (538) Just about all of what Dončić is doing at his age is unheard of.

Her Mom Was Being Beaten, Police Say, So She Called 911 And Ordered Pizza. The Plan Worked. (Washington Post) Oregon Police Chief said he is “extremely proud” and plans to use the pizza call in training.

With SEC On CBS Package Renewal Negotiations Ahead, SEC Memo Says They “Do Not Believe That CBS Has Any First Refusal Rights” (Awful Announcing) The deal sees CBS paying $55 million a year, and that’s widely thought to be an incredible value for what they get in ratings.

Netflix Is Making A Stealth Comeback After Disney+ Launch, And Chart Points To More Gains (CNBC) Netflix has surged nearly 8% in the past week, while Disney has reversed course and fallen over 1%. Newton thinks this is just the beginning of Netflix’s climb back to the top.

State Of Every SEC Fan Base Entering Week 13 (Saturday Down South) Week 13 is pretty light on intriguing matchups or anything that resembles entertaining football, but this is still SEC football and anything can happen.