The Daily Outkick: Monday, September 16, 2019

Saints Growing Tired Of Referees Screwing Them (Yahoo! Sports) Every Saints player acknowledged that the blown call was far from the only reason for their 27-9 loss to the Rams, but that didn’t make the costly mistake any easier for them to swallow.

An Oil Price Risk Premium Is Back After Drone Strikes In Saudi Arabia Wipe Out 5% Of Global Supply (CNBC) Jeff Currie, head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs, said in a research note published Sunday that the drone strikes were a “historically large disruption on critical oil infrastructure.”

The Patriots Seem Determined To Make Antonio Brown A Focal Point Of Their Offense (The Ringer) Brown led all New England players in targets and receiving yards in his debut against the Dolphins on Sunday days after a former trainer filed a civil complaint that said Brown sexually assaulted and raped her

Democratic Candidates Demand Kavanaugh’s Impeachment After New Allegation In Times Piece (Washington Post) President Trump rejected Democrats’ calls for impeaching Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Sept. 15.

Bills’ Josh Allen Feels Right At Home In Win Over Giants (New York Times) The visiting quarterback led Buffalo to its second win at MetLife Stadium in two weeks

NYT Updates Kavanaugh 'Bombshell' To Note Accuser Doesn't Recall Alleged Assault (Fox News) "Omitting these facts from the @nytimes story is one of worst cases of journalistic malpractice that I can recall," wrote the National Review's Washington correspondent, John McCormack

Eagles Vs. Falcons Final Score, Takeaways: Julio Jones Goes Off, Philly Ravaged By Injuries In Nail-biter (CBS Sports) Dan Quinn's Falcons finally pull out a close game against their bird rivals

‘Sign In With Apple’ Is Way Better Than Passwords—If You Can Find It (Wall Street Journal) Apple wants its new password killer to cut your dependency on Facebook and Google—if you can find it in the apps you use most

Michigan State, USC And Maryland Fall Out Of AP Top 25 (SI) The table is set for a top-10 matchup between Georgia and Notre Dame next week, a top-15 battle between Michigan and Wisconsin and a top-20 contest pitting Auburn against Texas A&M.

GM Workers Go On Strike For First Time Since 2007 (Axios) The UAW is demanding fairer wages, affordable health care, profits, job security and a path for permanent positions for temporary employees.

Crisis Averted? Signs Point To An AT&T And Disney Carriage Deal, Keeping ESPN On DirecTV, Other AT&T Platforms (Awful Announcing) It appears that AT&T customers won't actually miss any live games on ESPN.