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British Steel's Turkish rescuer plans to move chemical firm out of UK

Ankara’s military pension fund Oyak to move its Tyneside factory amid Brexit alarm

The Turkish firm poised to buy British Steel recently announced plans to move a chemicals factory it owns from Tyneside to Europe, after sounding the alarm about Brexit uncertainty.

Chemson, a Wallsend-based firm that makes additives used in the production of PVC plastic, said last week it would cease production at the site by the end of September.

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Giants miracle makes Daniel Jones, Eli Manning mentor’s day
College quarterback guru David Cutcliffe had mixed feelings when the Giants benched one of his mentees, Eli Manning, for another of his proteges, Daniel Jones. On Sunday, the Duke head coach could feel only joy. “No words describe how great a man and teammate Eli Manning is! I’m very happy for Daniel,” Cutcliffe tweeted after...
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Red and pink dresses dominate the 2019 Emmys red carpet
Stars like Mandy Moore, Taraji P. Henson and Susan Kalechi Watson decided to celebrate Valentine's Day a few months early.
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The MTA’s $81 million elevators and other commentary
Policy wonk: The MTA’s $81 Million Elevators Slate’s Henry Grabar asks a tough question about the MTA’s proposed new capital plan, which budgets “$5.1 billion to make 63 subway stations” wheelchair-accessible, $81 million per station: Why does that cost “three to 10 times what peer cities pay for the same work”? In Europe, it’s rarely...
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Asian shares gain on better Sino-U.S. trade tone, oil climbs
Asian shares started higher on Monday on hopes of an interim Sino-U.S. tariff deal after the two countries described their talks as "productive" and "constructive", while oil gained more than 1% as Middle East tensions remained elevated.
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FIFA’s President Says Racism in Italian Stadiums Is ‘Very Serious’
"You can't have racism in society or in football," Gianni Infantino said
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Disney+ is now available for pre-order with a 7-day free trial
Those interested in Disney’s upcoming streaming service, Disney+, can sign up for the pre-order now. Disney is offering customers the option to sign up for a monthly subscription pass at $6.99 a month, or an annual fee of $69.99. Those who want to purchase the bundle — which includes Disney+, the sports streaming service ESPN+, and ad-supported Hulu — should wait until launch day on November 12th, the company said in a press release. That subscription will cost $12.99 a month. All subscription packages will automatically renew, according to the company, but there will be an option to cancel at any time before each renewal date. All new Disney+ subscribers can sign up for the seven-day free trial. Some Disney+ subscription packages have already been offered to select Disney membership holders, including those who attended D23, the company’s biennial fan conference. The service is also already available in a beta version to customers in Amsterdam. Disney+ will launch with 25 original series and 10 original films within its first year. That includes the highly anticipated Star Wars show The Mandalorian, and a live-action version of The Lady and the Tramp.
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This bill carries a prescription of ‘veto me’
It was meant to be pro-consumer, but everyone now realizes it’s more of a giveaway to pharmaceutical companies. That’s why, months after session’s end, the Legislature has yet to send the Mid-Year Formulary bill to Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his signature or veto. The bill would stop a health insurer from changing its formulary —...
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The Emmys just gave the biggest ‘Game of Thrones’ spoiler ever
Spoiler alert! The 2019 Emmys broadcast inadvertently dropped a major plot point from “Game of Thrones.” During the opening montage, the ending of the hit HBO show flashed across the screen, spoiling the big reveal for many fans. Despite having no official host this year, the ceremony began with Homer Simpson as the “host” before...
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Alex Borstein thanks Holocaust-surviving grandmother in 2019 Emmys speech
"Step out of line, ladies," she said.
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MTA chaplain loses gig for using placard to park at Home Depot
It was an abuse of higher power. A Long Island imam was booted from his gig as an MTA chaplain for misusing his official parking placard, agency officials and sources told The Post. Zameer Sattaur repeatedly left his ride in the lot of a Jericho, LI, Home Depot — sometimes overnight — with his MTA...
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Driver of Utah tour bus that crashed was on his first trip with company
The driver of the tour bus that crashed in Utah, killing four tourists, was on his first trip with the company, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.
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Area 51, Impossible Burger, and Duck Gifs: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week
Tomorrow marks the first day of fall 2019, though you’d be forgiven for not noticing in much of the country thanks to unseasonably warm temperatures predicted to extend into October through much of the nation (and, well, almost everywhere almost all the time now). And summer went out with a bang, with millions turning…Read more...
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Seth MacFarlane and Alex Borstein attend the 2019 Emmys together
It's date night for Lois and Peter Griffin.
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Facebook's Libra currency will get half its backing from the US dollar
Facebook was quick to promise that its Libra cryptocurrency would have the stability of real-world money behind it, but whose money will dominate? It's now particularly clear. Facebook sent a letter to German politician Fabio De Masi explaining tha...
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Gwendoline Christie’s 2019 Emmys dress has a ‘Game of Thrones’ Easter egg
The actress' gown pays homage to Brienne of Tarth.
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Still waiting for a Democrat to apologize to Justice Kavanaugh
It’s now been eight days since The New York Times corrected — er, retracted — its attack against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Turns out the “new allegation” isn’t supported by the victim, a fact conveniently left out of the story. And still Kamala Harris, Liz Warren, Beto O’Rourke, Julián Castro, Cory Booker and Pete Buttigieg haven’t...
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Here are the winners from the 2019 Emmy Awards
With Game Thrones, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Chernobyl leading the pack of nominees, the 2019 Emmy Awards are underway. Here are live updates of who and which series won in the biggest categories, and our early predictions.
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In the Decade Since Madoff, Ponzi Schemers Try New Tactics
The S.E.C. has prosecuted 50 percent more Ponzi cases in the last 10 years. Those scams cost their victims $31 billion.
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Carl Ruiz, Celebrity Chef and Restaurateur, Dies at 44
He made frequent appearances on the Food Network as a competitive chef and celebrity judge.
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Bethenny Frankel reveals new slate of ‘female-centric’ TV For MGM
She couldn’t offer too many details, she did reveal that one series will be a docu-competition show, which will be a “continuation of [her] story with a business twist.”
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Millennials make Amtrak nix overly cozy dining cars on Penn Station trains
Amtrak’s traditional dining cars are screeching to a halt on these routes through Penn Station — and millennials are partly to blame. Starting Oct. 1, the financially strapped rail carrier will eliminate freshly made hot meals on three routes as it does away with the trains’ kitchens and revamps their classic table-sharing dining cars to...
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CNN security analyst: Iran's Zarif is a professional liar
As foreign leaders trade rhetoric after a Saudi oil field was attacked, CNN national security analyst Samantha Vinograd looks at the different moves from the US, Saudi and Iranian governments.
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Ryan Lindgren has Rangers’ attention in uphill roster battle
Ryan Lindgren knows the Rangers’ blue line is crowded with talent and running out of room. But the 21-year-old isn’t counting himself out of that equation just yet. The Rangers wanted to see Lindgren play both ends of the preseason back-to-back Friday and Saturday, and the defenseman responded with two solid and physical games to...
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Pence had a motorcade. But when Ford visited car-free Mackinac Island, he traveled by horse-cade.
In 1975, Secret Service agents did insist on having at least one car hidden but ready for the president.
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Three Mile Island’s recent closure shows what people don’t realize about nuclear power
Did you know that the Three Mile Island nuclear plant only shut down last Friday? Just like the coming closure of New York’s Indian Point plant, it’s bad news in the drive to reduce carbon emissions. The 1979 partial meltdown at TMI’s Unit Two is infamous as “America’s worst nuclear disaster,” often listed along with...
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Israel's Arab lawmakers back Netanyahu's rival, Gantz, for prime minister
The Arab bloc in Israel’s parliament broke with tradition and recommended Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz for prime minister on Sunday, paving the way for the centrist party to get the first chance to assemble a coalition instead of incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu’s conservative Likud party.
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Susan Kalechi Watson shows off her engagement ring at 2019 Emmys
It even has a nickname.
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An Italian heart with a Japanese mind
Chef Federico Zanellato was born in Italy and lives in Australia, but much of the cuisine served in his Sydney restaurant, LuMi, is influenced by Japan.
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See who took home an Emmy Award
The winners for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards are being announced Sunday.
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Florida woman busted for kicking, choking dog on video
A Florida woman caught on video kicking and choking her dog was arrested for felony animal cruelty, according to a report. Michelle Sieber, 26, was seen in a Facebook video on Friday dragging her pooch on a leash towards her RV in Pinellas County, news station WFTS reported. Footage shows her kick the dog before...
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De Blasio’s health-care problems start long before he tries for ‘universal’
Mayor Bill de Blasio says that “universal health care” is one of the local issues he’ll focus on now that he’s given up on his White House run. He’s got his work cut out for him. The latest Mayor’s Management Report shows enrollment in MetroPlus, the city’s health plan for low-income people on Medicaid and...
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When Does ‘The Politician’ Premiere on Netflix?
Get ready to embrace the drama in Ryan Murphy's new Netflix show.
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Magic of Daniel Jones gives Giants reason to believe
TAMPA, Fla. — Nothing was going to spill ink on the splendid final chapter of the storybook. Not even the Giants’ defense could do that, although it surely tried. No, the day was Daniel Jones’ beginning to end — especially the end. He had run for a 7-yard touchdown to give the Giants a 32-31...
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Here Are Your 2019 Emmy Award Winners
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Don’t Mess With Modi in Texas
Trump joins Modi as the Indian prime minister defends the takeover of Kashmir and casts scorn on Pakistan.
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Daniel Jones, Sterling Shepard and Giants' Fantasy Outlook After QB's Debut
Daniel Jones was nothing short of spectacular in his first career start, putting him squarely on the fantasy football map going forward...
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Bruce Arians Says He Purposely Took Delay-Of-Game Penalty Before Matt Gay Miss
Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians thought his team losing yardage was a good thing. The Bucs trailed the New York Giants 32-31 with 13 seconds left at the Giants' 9-yard line...
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Panthers' Kyle Allen, Greg Olsen, Curtis Samuel Fantasy Outlook After Week 3
The Carolina Panthers offense fired on all cylinders Sunday despite the absence of Cam Newton , which could be an important development for fantasy football owners as they evaluate the fallout from the quarterback's foot injury...
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Celebrity chef Carl Ruiz's 'sudden' death Saturday
The 44-year-old chef's restaurant, La Cubana, will establish a scholarship foundation in his honor.
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Michelle Williams attends Emmys 2019 with Busy Philipps
Busy Philipps is always there for her BFF Michelle Williams.
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President Trump, Just the Facts
The man in 40 sentences.
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We’re Ignoring the Biggest Cause of the Measles Crisis
It’s not anti-vaxxers. It’s parents who create their own vaccine schedules.
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The Democrats Don’t Have the Suburbs Sewn Up Yet
To build a national majority, the party has to win the areas around smaller cities, which have resisted the blue wave.
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Giants GM Dave Gettleman, who gets the last laugh, is the winner of NFL Week 3 so far
Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports Gettleman got dragged for drafting Daniel Jones ... who led the Giants to an 18-point comeback victory. Week 3 of the 2019 NFL season started with the most Thursday Night Football game possible; a low-wattage slopfest between the Titans and Jaguars playing in the middle of a downpour. While that game may not have offered much in the way of traditional excitement or drama, it did grace the world with Gardner Minshew’s first win as a starting quarterback and further proof the AFC South only exists to cannibalize itself. Sunday’s games came with more promise. Two early MVP candidates, Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson, got to square off in an early test of each’s postseason seaworthiness. The Saints and Seahawks battled to establish their place in unpredictable divisions. The Browns got their second primetime showcase game in a row, and no one complained. Also, the Jets were 21-point underdogs against the Patriots. They covered, which may be the first thing to go right for New York this season. As always, this week’s winners weren’t limited to the teams who outscored their opponents. This week’s top performers range from wideouts to rookie QBs to punters and one somehow shrewd executive. But it wasn’t... Not considered: Gregg Williams, whose defense is very bad Williams spent Week 2 getting burned by Odell Beckham Jr., a player he (very stupidly) didn’t consider to be a threat. He earned a shot at redemption as a 21-point underdog in New England. If he could shut down Tom Brady and the explosive Patriots offense, especially without C.J. Mosley or Quinnen Williams in the lineup, he’d prove his value as an NFL defensive coordinator. He did not prove his value as an NFL defensive coordinator. The Patriots had a near 99 percent win probability less than two minutes into the second quarter. They eventually ceded a pair of touchdowns to New York on a botched punt return and a pick-six from backup Jarrett Stidham. The Jets gave up 381 yards to a Pats team without much to worry about over the final 40 minutes of game time. On the plus side, this is all leaning toward an outstanding draft pick for New York in 2020. Now, on to this week’s actual winners 10. The Dolphins, who approached respectability in Week 3 (before running screaming away from it) Miami didn’t win in Dallas. The Dolphins couldn’t even manage to cover an impressively high 22.5-point spread in a 31-6 defeat. But — but! — they were capable of making an opponent nervous for two quarters. Miami only trailed 10-6 at halftime, leading to consternations like this: Yikes.Dolphins getting in the backfield, locking down receivers, and not giving much up on the ground. If they are holding back the play calling, it might be time to unleash it.— Blogging The Boys (@BloggingTheBoys) September 22, 2019 Small victories, Miami. 9. Josh Allen, who led his second game-winning drive in three weeks Allen pushed the Bills out to their first 3-0 start since 2011 by carving up an overwhelmed Bengals team early, then coming back to upend the visitors with a game-winning touchdown in the final two minutes. The second-year quarterback was the barometer for his team’s fortunes, starting strong while taking a 14-0 lead into halftime, then sputtering as Cincinnati roared to life and threatened to derail Buffalo’s promising start. But Allen stepped up when his team needed him the most, compiling 76 of his team’s 78 yards on a game-deciding fourth-quarter scoring drive. He sliced up the Bengals on both the ground and through the air, gaining 289 total yards (243 passing, 46 rushing) and providing a little extra room for optimism in western New York. More encouragingly, head coach Sean McDermott appears to have found a proper playbook balance that highlights his strength (mobility) while hiding his weakness (downfield accuracy). His designed roll-out in the first quarter sprang tight end Dawson Knox for the rookie’s first NFL touchdown. Minutes later, he’d trash Geno Atkins to avoid a sack and find Knox again for a first down that turned turned second-and-long into a new set of downs. Man-o-man Josh Allen making something out of nothing... pic.twitter.com/hsB6iRoSGk— BBN (@buffbillsnews) September 22, 2019 Allen still has a long way to go to become even an above-average passer, but the Bills are capable of staying afloat even if he’s mediocre through the air. He’ll get the biggest test of his career next week when he faces a New England defense that has yet to give up a touchdown in 2019. 8. Thomas Morstead, who took advantage of the Saints’ offensive woes Morstead is a very good punter. For a team currently hoping to survive Drew Brees’ thumb injury, he’s immensely valuable. The 10-year veteran showed out Sunday, giving New Orleans a handful of early victories in the battle for field position. Two of Morstead’s first three punts in Week 3 pinned the Seahawks inside their own five-yard line. He finished his day averaging 54 yards per kick and pinned Seattle inside its own 20 four times. The Saints got help on the other side of the punting coin, too. Rookie (and Assumption College alum) Deonte Harris got New Orleans on the board with a 53-yard punt return touchdown early in the first half. How did he do it? With extremely thorough blocking of Seahawks’ punter Michael Dickson: Harris didn’t have a perfect day — he muffed a third quarter punt — but he did enough to help generate a major special teams advantage for a team missing its starting quarterback. 7. The Chiefs’ wideouts, who make Tyreek Hill look a bit more expendable every week Demarcus Robinson had 43 receptions in three seasons coming into 2019. Mecole Hardman was a second-round rookie who had 961 career receiving yards at the University of Georgia. And on Sunday, they dusted the formidable Ravens defense for 28 yards per catch and a pair of touchdowns. Robinson struck first, showcasing his QB’s athleticism and pinpoint accuracy in the process. Just casually back pedals to buy just an extra second, then throws as moving backwards to the perfect spot. Excellent catch as well. It's impossible to defend this. pic.twitter.com/OPBotWkHYS— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) September 22, 2019 Then it was Hardman’s time to shine, finding a hole in the Baltimore secondary and then running wild for an 83-yard touchdown that was the epitome of Patrick Mahomes Chiefs football. this team's gonna get Tyreek Hill back at some point, too pic.twitter.com/Ro7yRhKwhB— Christian D'Andrea (@TrainIsland) September 22, 2019 Kansas City’s tailbacks only ran for 27 yards in the first half, and it didn’t matter. The Chiefs took aim at the Ravens’ solid secondary and tore it to shreds. Hardman and Robinson only had five catches, but those five plays resulted in 140 yards and 14 points. Travis Kelce and Sammy Watkins added a dozen more catches for 153 yards. Any concerns about the team’s passing game struggling as Hill recovers from a shoulder injury were overblown. 6. Josh Gordon, who is entirely ready for WR1 duties The Patriots’ Antonio Brown experiment ended after one game, but New England still has plenty of talent at wideout. On Sunday, Josh Gordon roasted the Jets with a handful of spectacular catches that showcased just how versatile he can be. HOW?!What a catch, @JOSH_GORDONXII! pic.twitter.com/2LSyzkPbj8— New England Patriots (@Patriots) September 22, 2019 "CAUGHT BY GORDON, WHAT A GRAB!"@JOSH_GORDONXII | #GoPats pic.twitter.com/hvv9PhQseD— New England Patriots (@Patriots) September 22, 2019 Gordon finished his day with six catches for 83 yards, a solid statline made more impressive by the fact he missed a significant chunk of the game due to injury. Four different Patriots had six catches or more against the Jets, even without Brown, James White, or 2019 first-round pick N’Keal Harry in the lineup. Hell, Julian Edelman had seven catches and a touchdown, and he missed most of the second half with a rib injury. 5. Phillip Lindsay, who does not run like he weighs 190 pounds Denver faced fourth-and-goal when Lindsay got the call to swing the momentum back in his Broncos’ favor. Getting stopped here would have put the ball back in Aaron Rodgers’ hands with a 14-point lead midway through the third quarter. A touchdown would breathe new life into a Denver offense that had found more success against the Packer defense than any other opponent this fall — but who also shot itself in the foot with multiple turnovers. Vic Fangio’s decision to run the ball up the middle looked like another bullet to the toes, but Lindsay had other plans. Phillip Lindsay just bailed the Broncos all the way out on 4th-and-goal pic.twitter.com/J9BNHglcgp— Christian D'Andrea (@TrainIsland) September 22, 2019 The second-year back shook off multiple tackles before his offensive lineman could slingshot him into the end zone, cutting the Broncos’ deficit to eight points. Kicker Brandon McManus apparently noticed Denver wasn’t limping quite badly enough, proceeded to miss his first extra point since 2016 seconds later. The Broncos wound up losing by 11, but you can’t fault Lindsay for that. He had a career-high 21 carries for 81 yards and a pair of touchdowns. 4. The legend of Gardner Minshew Finally, we have an answer to the age-old question “What if Dak Prescott were a delightful weirdo?” Like Prescott, Minshew was a Day 3 draft pick meant to back up a veteran quarterback on a team with a solid defense and varying postseason aspirations. And like the Dallas star, the mustachioed passer was thrust into the starting lineup due to injury only to overachieve. Minshew was the guiding light behind Jacksonville’s 20-7 victory in a rain-soaked Nashville on Thursday night. Through approximately 2.5 games, the rookie has thrown for 692 yards, five touchdowns, and just one interception. His 110.6 passer rating was seventh-best in the league after his Week 3 performance. With the AFC South wide open thanks to Andrew Luck’s retirement, the Texans’ slow start, and the Titans complete acceptance of their Titan-ness, Minshew has a golden opportunity to push the Jaguars to the top of the AFC South. Likely while clad in only a jock strap and sunglasses for much of the season. Or possibly some hand-cut jorts. James Snook-USA TODAY Sports The real shame of all this is that The Good Place is ending a spectacular four-season run just as Minshew claimed his throne as King of Duuuuuuvaaaaaal. If Jason Mendoza doesn’t give the world at least one “MINSHEW!” while throwing a Molotov cocktail it will be showrunner Michael Schur’s greatest failure. 3. Shaquil Barrett, who is $250k richer for hitting a season-long sack incentive in three games Barrett has been an absolute wrecking ball after leaving Denver, racking up eight sacks in three games for the Buccaneers — including a strip-sack of Daniel Jones that helped put the kibosh on the Giants’ comeback hopes: Shaq Barrett's out here looking like a created player.#GoBucs | #BudLightCelly pic.twitter.com/LrQzHmm5D2— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) September 22, 2019 That sack gave him eight on the season — enough to set a new career high and trigger a quarter-million dollar bonus in the one year, $4 million contract he signed this offseason. His former team, the Broncos, has yet to record a sack in 2019. The best revenge is living well. And also ruining opposing quarterbacks. 2. Kyle Allen, who gave Carolina sports radio something to talk about for the next month Allen outplayed 2019 third-round pick Will Grier to earn backup duties with the Panthers — a job that typically doesn’t see much action thanks to the presence of the oft-indestructible Cam Newton. But Newton’s slow start was cut short by a foot sprain, leaving Allen to take the field as a 2.5-point underdog to an Arizona team that had the league’s worst record one season ago. The young quarterback fustigated a deficient Cardinal defense, throwing for 261 yards and four touchdowns in a comeback win in the desert. He teamed with Christian McCaffrey — 24 carries, 153 yards — to keep Carolina chugging along without its former MVP quarterback. When the "34-year-old" tight end still has it CC: @gregolsen88#CARvsAZ | #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/P29eNf9gYS— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) September 22, 2019 Beating the Cardinals in 2019 won’t make you a Super Bowl contender. But given the NFC South’s increasingly kaleidoscope’d outlook, Allen’s big performance in Week 3 could wind up looming large when we’re looking at division standings come December. 1. Dave Gettleman, who was very right about Daniel Jones When Giants GM Gettleman took Jones, a zero-time All-ACC quarterback, with the sixth overall pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, he became low-hanging fruit for easy criticism. After all, Jones’ numbers at Duke were lackluster, he’d earned Gettleman’s stamp of approval over the course of three series at a winter exhibition game, and the New York executive took several different paths to explain the pick, including outright nihilism. And then Jones was the league’s best quarterback in the preseason. And then news trickled out that Jones wouldn’t have been available for the Giants when their second pick of the draft, No. 17 overall, came around. And then Jones led his team back from an 18-point second-half deficit with a last-minute touchdown run on fourth down. DJ got us fallin' in love again #GiantsPride | #NYGvsTB pic.twitter.com/aI9xYiuUNw— New York Giants (@Giants) September 22, 2019 Jones only got better after losing Saquon Barkley to an ankle injury, willing New York to its first win of the season in the process. It was only one game — and the Giants needed the Buccaneers to botch a 34-yard field goal as time expired to get there — but for one week Gettleman looks like an absolute damned genius while the rest of us eat a little crow.
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Kim Kardashian loves Wyoming because she doesn’t have to wear makeup
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Port Authority scrambles to fix leaky Oculus ceiling before winter
Port Authority officials are scrambling to fix a leaky skylight at the World Trade Center’s Oculus transit hub before the winter, according to a report Sunday. The agency has already spent $50,000 to seal the retractable skylight — designed to open each year on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks — with water-resistant...
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U.S. stock futures gain on better trade tone, oil climbs
Wall Street stock futures edged up in early trade on Monday, setting an upbeat tone for Asian markets on hopes of an interim Sino-U.S. tariff deal after the U.S. Trade Representative characterized their two days of talks as "productive".
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Gwendoline Christie’s ‘Pope’ look at Emmys sparks fan frenzy
Who wore it better, Gwendoline Christie or Pope Francis? The “Game of Thrones” star had fans freaking out over her 2019 Emmys gown, channeling her best holy haute couture. The 40-year-old, who is nominated for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series, donned a white gown with a Roman-inspired cape and gold brooch. The look...
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