The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, October 29, 2019

No, The Nationals Are Not Cursed By An Early Plan To Celebrate (New York Times) Major League Baseball staged a routine rehearsal of a World Series title celebration before a game had been played in Washington. Then social media erupted.

Piers Morgan Blasts Trump Critics After Al-Baghdadi Raid: They Shamed Themselves And Shamed Their Country' (Fox News) There was a nationwide celebration when Usama bin Laden was killed under then-President Barack Obama's watch, but not so over the weekend after the ISIS leader died, Morgan told "Tucker Carlson Tonight."

Dolphins At Steelers Score: Mason Rudolph, Pittsburgh Rebound To Beat Miami On 'Monday Night Football' (CBS Sports) It wasn't pretty, but the Steelers mounted a big comeback to beat the winless Dolphins.

The Media Frenzy Around Biden Is Fading (538) And Gabbard’s share of cable news mentions doubled last week.

The Patriots, The 49ers, And The Pursuit Of A Perfect Season (The Ringer) New England and San Francisco both rolled Sunday to stay unbeaten at the NFL’s midway point. What makes each team so special? And does either have a chance to run the table?

Google Parent’s Ad Sales Rise, But So Do Costs (Wall Street Journal) Profit at Alphabet drops 23%, hurt by investment losses.

Chase Young Is On A Historic, Heisman-worthy Pace (247 Sports) Chase Young is having the most dominant season by a pass rusher since the turn of the millennium.

Sessions Strongly Considering Bid For Old Senate Seat In Alabama (Politico) The former attorney general was very popular in Alabama, but would face a crowded primary and potential resistance from Donald Trump.

Yahoo Sports, BetMGM Enter Historic Partnership In Sports Betting (Yahoo! Sports) The multiyear partnership makes Yahoo Sports the official Digital Media Sports Partner of MGM Resorts.

‘Star Wars’: ‘Game Of Thrones’ Creators No Longer Attached To Oversee Trilogy (Variety) The pair attributed the departure to their upcoming Netflix projects.

Chargers Fire Offensive Coordinator Ken Whisenhunt (Sporting News) Los Angeles is 3-5 on the season and rank 23rd in the league in scoring, averaging 19.6 points per game. Whisenhunt was the team's offensive coordinator 2016 and was in his second stint with the Chargers.

Fancy A Restless Night This Halloween? Here’s Some Of The World’s Spookiest Spots (CNBC) From a more family-friendly stay in The Addams Family Mansion to trips for paranormal thrill-seekers, CNBC takes a nervous peek at what’s on offer.