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    The View debated Joe Biden’s track record during his first year as president on Tuesday’s show. The conversation began with Whoopi Goldberg asking if Biden has a messaging problem in terms of showing the country the positives of his Build Back Better plan and the bipartisan infrastructure deal that just passed through Congress. Sunny Hostin responded by pointing out the “stark comparison” between Biden and Donald Trump, and while she credited the president for how he “restored the soul of our nation,” she called Biden out by saying “he has been woefully deficient in meeting [his] campaign promises.” Joy Behar hopped into the discussion by assessing that Biden doesn’t get enough recognition for his accomplishments “because the media is not portraying him as a winner.” As Behar took issue with the media’s framing on Biden and their coverage on November’s jobs report, former Republican congresswoman and guest-host Mia Love countered that “it is easy to be a leader when things are going well, and it is very difficult to be a leader when the crap hits the fan.” Love continued...
    A host of Harry Potter stars looked unrecognisable as they reunited in France on Tuesday 20 years after the release of the first wizard movie sending fans wild.  Stan Yanevski, who played hunky Bulgarian Quidditch player and Hermione's love interest Viktor Krum, shared a picture with a group of other actors from the franchise. The star, now 36, - who starred in the fourth film The Goblet of Fire - posted a snap of them all together and wrote in the caption: 'Catching up in #france!' Here they are! A host of Harry Potter stars looked unrecognisable as they reunited in France on Tuesday 20 years after the release of the first wizard movie sending fans wild (L-R: Stan Yanevski, Hugh Mitchell, Devon Murray, Tolga Safer and Sean Biggerstaff)  Caption: Stan Yanevski, who played hunky Bulgarian Quidditch player and Hermione's love interest Viktor Krum, shared a picture with a group of other actors Stan appeared on the left side of the picture, beside Hugh Mitchell, who played Gryffindor boy Colin Creevy.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tom Hiddleston wears a DRESS...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Based on the latest weather models, confidence is increasing that Denver and much of the Front Range will finally get the first measurable snow of the season later this week. Two storm systems on the West Coast will combine in the coming days and move east toward Colorado. The storm track should be favorable for upslope flow along the urban corridor and therefore snow around Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins Thursday night into Friday. READ MORE: No Charges For Colorado Man Who Sent Anonymous Letters, Pictures To School Board Members (source: CBS) At this time, accumulation is expected to be light in the metro area with anywhere from a trace to 2 inches in most neighborhoods below 6,000 feet. Much higher amounts are expected in the mountains including 5 to 12 inches at most Colorado ski areas. Looking at two longer ranger weather models, the GFS model generally has the highest snow totals but insist the Denver metro area should get no more than 2 inches while Boulder could get up to 3 inches. (source:...
    BOSTON (CBS) – It’s beginning to feel a lot more like the holiday season, so it’s probably not surprising that much of the area will see its first widespread snow of the season on Wednesday. Tuesday will be seasonably cool with that stiff wind sticking around through the early afternoon. Sunshine will be abundant, but warmth, nowhere to be found. Later in the afternoon, clouds will begin to increase ahead of Wednesday’s coastal system. Overnight temperatures will fall to the 20s and low 30s, setting the stage for the snow to fall and stick in many spots. Wednesday starts dry, but that will be short-lived. By midday, the first snowflakes will start to fall. These first flakes will be light, picking up a bit as we head towards the evening commute. (WBZ-TV Graphic) While total snowfall will be minor, given this is the first widespread snow *and* falling at an inopportune time, there could be some issues on roads. Just like someone steps onto a boat and needs to get their sea legs, folks in cars will need to get...
    GARY NEVILLE has explained how Ralf Rangnick's new 'box midfield' is designed to stop Manchester United conceding. The Red Devils beat Crystal Palace 1-0 on Sunday in the German's first game in charge and Neville has heaped praise on his old club's new disciplined look. 2Sky pundits Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher explained how Ralf Rangnick's new 'box' midfield is designed to help Man Utd stop conceding goalsCredit: Rex 2The German won his first game in charge - 1-0 against Crystal PalaceCredit: AP Speaking on Sky on Monday night, Nev said: "We'll start with the classic box at the back, McTominay, Fred and the two centre-backs. "No problem. "It's very difficult to counter-attack against that if you've got those four players compact together. "The problem was with Man Utd and the reason I respected the 60 minutes yesterday was that after not scoring for 30 minutes, it's easy for one of those midfield players to get drawn forward. "It's easy for one of them payers to come out of position and leave the centre-backs exposed. "And that's what happened...
    (CNN)Australia and England take to the field for the first Test on Wednesday of the highly-anticipated Ashes series, with both teams burdened by off-pitch scandals in recent weeks.Considered by some the pinnacle of cricket, The Ashes, is five-Test series of contests between the two powerhouses and is the sport's oldest rivalry. Beginning in 1882, there have been 71 Ashes series, with Australia winning 33, England victorious in 32, with six draws.England endured a dismal defeat by Australia on home soil at The Oval in that 1882 encounter, with a newspaper, the Sporting Times, carrying a satirical obituary of English cricket, stating that: "The body will be cremated and the ashes taken back to Australia."When England traveled to Australia for the return series, it gained revenge with captain Ivo Bligh awarded a small terracotta urn to symbolize the winning of the Ashes.Read MoreThat tiny trophy is arguably the most precious prize in world cricket, though the 72nd edition of the series begins under something of a cloud.English cricket has been rocked by the Yorkshire racism saga, while Australia head into the...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio announced what he called a first-in-the-nation vaccine mandate for private companies Monday. He said the combination of the Omicron variant and holiday gatherings forced him to take “bold” steps. He’s giving businesses just three weeks to make sure their workers are vaccinated. READ MORE: Having Trouble Getting A COVID-19 Booster Appointment? CBS2 Is Here To Point You In Right Direction“We in New York City have decided to use a preemptive strike to really do something bold to stop the further growth of COVID and the dangers it’s causing to all of us,” he said in an interview on MSNBC. WATCH: Mayor De Blasio Announces Vaccine Mandate For Private Companies  De Blasio said the city will release specific rules on Dec. 15, before the mandate takes effect Dec. 27. He said it will apply to in-person employees, but would not provide any details about enforcement. He also said there will not be a weekly testing option. “Vaccines work, and vaccine mandates work, particularly when joined with efforts to build vaccine confidence, provide incentives,...
    Getty Images Marcus Smart, Jayson Tatum, and Robert Williams LOS ANGELES — After beating the Portland Trail Blazers 145-117 on the road and the second night of a back-to-back, Boston Celtics point guard Marcus Smart believes the Celtics are on the verge of making a run towards the top of the Eastern Conference. Winners of three of their last four games, the Celtics’ offensive explosion — which outscored its opponent 81-59 in the second half of their win over the Trail Blazers — couldn’t have come at a better time. The latest Celtics news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Celtics newsletter here! Join Heavy on Celtics! Celtics’ Marcus Smart: ‘We’re Going to go On a run’The Celtics (13-11) are currently under four wins behind first place in the Eastern Conference. After middling around a .500 record, the Celtics hope to improve their 1-1 start to their road trip. However, does the Celtics’ current standing give Smart and the Celtics extra motivation to compete against the Los Angeles Lakers? “Of course,” Smart replied Monday after...
    The fully vaccinated Minnesota man who became one of the country's first Omicron cases said he was 'taken aback' but feeling well after learning he was infected with the feared variant after coming back from a packed NYC Anime convention in November. Peter McGinn, 30, had met up with 35 people from a friends group - 15 of whom have since tested positive - to attend the convention at the Javits Center, which drew about 53,000 people from November 20-22.   It is unknown how many in that fully vaccinated group have the Omicron variant. The group had also all gone out to a bar following the event.  McGinn, a health care analyst  from  Minneapolis, was fully vaccinated and received his first booster shot during the first week of November.  'I felt perfectly safe with the people that I was with, and so it never really crossed my mind to think that I had COVID,' McGinn told ABC. 'I was just a little taken aback.' Minneapolis health care analyst Peter McGinn, 30, has spoken about how surprised he was after he...
    (ViacomCBS) – Kiernan Shipka guest stars in a bewitching crossover episode of the CW’s Riverdale Dec. 7, playing the iconic Sabrina Spellman from the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. “Chapter Ninety-Nine: The Witching Hour” revisits the Blossom women’s tragic past. Desperate for help, Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) summons Greendale’s Spellman to work a little magic. The season 6 crossover event was confirmed earlier this year. CBS’s Katie Johnston got a taste of the upcoming special appearance this week in an interview with Shipka. READ MORE: Cyberattack Hits Maryland Department of Health; Government Agencies Increasingly Targets of HackersKJ- Sabrina Spellman from the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is summoned to Riverdale, and today we’re getting a first look at the season 6 episode, “Chapter 99: The Witching Hour.” Joining me today to talk all about her guest appearance is Kiernan Shipka. Thank you so much for hanging out with me today. KS- Thank you for having me. I’m excited to hang. KJ- Riverdale, based on the characters of Archie Comics, initially debuted back in 2017. It quickly garnered a mass of dedicated followers. There...
    Ella Hunt Sparkles in Disco Versace Dress and Mirrored Heels at ‘Don’t Look Up’ Premiere Will boxings elite lightweights face each other in 2022? Its complicated Lock In Refi Savings Before Rates Get Too High Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Do This Before Your Next Credit Card Payment (It’s Genius) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/43 SLIDES © Steven Grayson / WireImage The People's Choice Awards is back and heading to your TV screens on Dec. 7, 2021!...
    (CNN)Ten men and women are ready to begin training so they can journey to the International Space Station, the moon and beyond. The new astronaut class of 2021 was announced by NASA on Monday. The 10 astronaut candidates, the first new astronaut class in four years, were selected from more than 12,000 applicants. The agency's administrator, Bill Nelson, introduced them live from Ellington Field near NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, where the candidates will spend the majority of the next two years training beginning in January 2022. "Today we welcome 10 new explorers, 10 members of the Artemis generation, NASA's 2021 astronaut candidate class," Nelson said. "Alone, each candidate has 'the right stuff,' but together they represent the creed of our country: E pluribus unum -- out of many, one."This is the first time NASA has required their astronaut candidates to hold a master's degree in a STEM field. In order to apply, they must be US citizens from the 50 states or US territories. NASA announced its new astronaut class Monday."Each of you has amazing backgrounds," said Pam...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A new initiative will help New York homeowners struggling during the pandemic. New York has become the first state in the nation to receive approval from the U.S. Department of Treasury to launch its Homeowner Assistance Fund. READ MORE: New York City Announces First-In-The-Nation Vaccine Mandate For Private Companies“To a family that is sitting in their home… they’re thinking about what they can possibly do to stop this foreclosure from happening, and the loss of their beloved home. This is the lifeline they’ve been waiting for,” said Gov. Kathy Hochul. The program will provide $539 million to help eligible homeowners. READ MORE: Former Rep. Max Rose Running For Congress AgainHochul says the state will prioritize those most at risk of being evicted. She says it’s anticipated that applications will accepted starting Jan. 3. MORE NEWS: Parents On Alert After Student Robbed At Knifepoint In Queens Middle School Bathroom; 'How Does Somebody Get Past Security?'For more information, CLICK HERE.
    Hallmark Channel Hallmark Crown Media has officially announced the new movies that are going to kick off 2022 for The Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. As the Christmas season is coming closer to an end, the new announcements give fans more to look forward to. Although Hallmark won’t be airing three or more new movies every weekend like they did during the Countdown to Christmas lineup, they still have a new movie every weekend planned for the first part of 2022. Here’s a look at Hallmark’s 2022 lineup, as shared in a Crown Media press release, and the schedule of new movies. The seasonal kickoff used to be called “Winterfest 2022,” but now it’s referred to as “New Year New Movies” instead.The First New Movie Premieres on New Year’s DayHallmark’s kicking off the new season strong with a new movie premiering on New Year’s Day on January 1, 2022. Called “The Perfect Pairing,” this movie stars Nazneen Contractor and Brennan Elliott. It premieres at 9 p.m. Eastern. Brennan Elliott shared some pictures from the now-filming LOVE...
    Saturday Night Live alumni John Mulaney is hitting the road for a new tour, From Scratch. Events promoter Live Nation announced on December 6 that the comedian would embark on a 33-city tour, which will kick off on March 11, 2022, at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. This is the 39-year old Mulaney's first tour since it was announced he entered drug rehabilitation late last year, is divorcing his wife, and he was expecting a baby with 41-year-old girlfriend Olivia Munn.    On tour: Saturday Night Live alumni John Mulaney is hitting the road for a new tour, From Scratch. Events promoter Live Nation announced on Dec. 6 that the comedian would embark on a 33-city tour, which will kick off on March 11, 2022, at Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Mulaney initially made the shocking baby news announcement with Munn on an episode of Late Night with Seth Myers in September. Late last year, the comedian checked himself into rehab for 60 days after struggling with alcohol and drug abuse. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    We know the celebrity who has received personality tests Facebook And other social networks. That’s why now we show you a test Viral Psychology that can indicate that you are a reluctant person. To participate, you must answer the following: What do you see first in the picture with this note? According to MDZ Online, Your answer will tell you how you really are. Note that there are only two options in the description: a heart and some carrots. Each alternative has a different meaning. Image of virus testing 2021 This parable will help you to know that you are a reluctant person. Tell us what you see first. A heart or some carrot? (Photo: MDZ Online) Psychological test answers If the first thing you saw in the picture was the heart, you are the unpredictable person. You hate hypocritical people. You will not tolerate injustice. You choose to live your own experiences. You do not like to be told what to do. Get up if you fall. Nothing will stop you from achieving your goals. You are romantic and...
    In Miami, the arbitral tribunal ruled in favor of the family of Craig Wright and his former partner Dave Clemen, who self-proclaimed the creator of Bitcoin. This was stated by La 360 reporter Carolina Polado. Security wins on all claims except change. Of that number, the jury awarded $ 100 million to W&K Info Defense. No punitive damages. – Carolina Bolado (CarolinaBolado) December 6, 2021 According to the decision, W&K will pay Wright $ 100 million in compensation to Info Defense Research. Change… In 2019, Satoshi Nagamoto announced himself Tried to prove in courtKleeman spoke of having no claim to the declared shareholding in the company, and the latter allegedly of being denied from his share. “I feel very happy and fair. I am not a cheater, I have never been,” – leads CoinDesk Wright’s words. The arbitral tribunal rejected other claims against him. Earlier, WizSec experts said that the arbitral tribunal “chooses between two wrong decisions”: “Neither Wright nor Clayman had anything to do with the creation of Bitcoin or exploited PTC, so they are arguing about fictitious...
    Purdue is No. 1 in The Associated Press men's college basketball poll for the first time. The Boilermakers were a unanimous No. 1 in the poll released Monday to move up from No. 2 last week. Reigning national champion Baylor moved up to No. 2, with Duke, UCLA and Gonzaga rounding out the top five. Purdue (8-0, 1-0 Big Ten) reached No. 2 in consecutive seasons under Gene Keady from 1986-88 and matched its previous high last week, receiving nine first-place votes from a 61-person media panel. The Boilermakers routed Florida State last week and opened Big Ten play with a 77-70 win over Iowa on Friday, sliding into the top spot after previous No. 1 Duke lost to an unranked Ohio State squad that is now No. 21. Until this week, Purdue had the second-most appearances in the AP poll — 379 weeks — for a school that had never been ranked No. 1 (Maryland, 434 weeks). CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "They deserved to be No. 1," Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said after the loss...
    China is attempting to establish its first military base in the Atlantic Ocean, potentially allowing the communist regime to rearm and refit warships opposite the East Coast of the U.S., The Wall Street Journal reported. The potential placement of a base in Equatorial Guinea raised concern at both the White House and Pentagon, U.S. officials told the WSJ. Principal deputy U.S. national security adviser Jon Finer visited the small African nation to persuade its president, as well as his son and heir apparent, to reject China’s advances. “As part of our diplomacy to address maritime-security issues, we have made clear to Equatorial Guinea that certain potential steps involving [Chinese] activity there would raise national-security concerns,” a senior Biden administration official told the WSJ. The “most significant threat” China could create is “a militarily useful naval facility on the Atlantic coast of Africa,” Gen. Stephen Townsend, commander of U.S. Africa Command, testified before the Senate in April, the WSJ reported. Sailors stand on the deck of the new type 055 guide missile destroyer Nanchang of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA)...
    Tasos Katopodis/AFP via Getty Images Senator Bob Dole died yesterday and his passing has come with a refreshing amount of bipartisan adulation and respect. Political figures that ranged from Joe Biden to Newt Gingrich and media figures Joe Scarborough to Joy Behar have all publicly lauded Dole’s historic role as a leader in the Republican party, though for a variety of reasons. Lost in the (mostly-deserved) hagiography, however, is the seminal role the former Erectile Dysfunction pitch man played in weaponizing abortion rights for political gain. The year was 1974 and then-Republican candidate Dole found himself at the wrong end of polling numbers against Democratic candidate, Topeka gynecologist Dr. Bill Roy.  The two found themselves in a Lincoln-Douglass formatted debate during the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson, Kansas, which by the way, was attended by my esteemed and loving mother. According to a Tampa Bay Times interview with Dr. Roy in 2005, the Democratic candidate felt he was in a great spot. Until Dole played the abortion card. “I pretty well demolished him, I think,” Roy says, still savoring his...
    Welcome to the Monday episode of “The David Hookstead Show.” On today’s episode, we’re talking about the Alabama, Michigan, Georgia and Cincinnati making the College Football Playoff, the Lions get their first win of the season, Dan Campbell dedicates the game ball to the victims of the Oxford High School shooting, Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss agree to an extension, Wisconsin hammers Marquette, Dana White thanks Joe Rogan for helping him beat COVID-19 and “Band of Brothers” hero Edward Shames passes away at the age of 99. Let’s dive in. TOPICS: The College Football Playoff Field Is Set, And Everyone Is Talking About Number Three The Detroit Lions Get Their First Win Of The Season On Wild Final Play Detroit Lions Coach Pulls 100% Pure Class Move After Horrific School Shooting Ole Miss Announces Major News About Lane Kiffin’s Future With The Program. How Will Fans React? Wisconsin Earns A Massive Basketball Win. Can Anyone Stop The Badgers? Dana White Thanks ‘Dr. Joe Rogan’ After Beating COVID-19 Legendary ‘Band Of Brothers’ Hero Dies. Take A Moment To...
    The United States in general has a weaker social safety net than major developed countries in Europe, but red states are especially bad — and that includes Utah, where public assistance for the poor is hard to come by. And the Salt Lake Tribune’s editorial board, in a scathing editorial published on December 3, not only slams Utah’s Republican-dominated government for its lack of public assistance, but also, for suggesting that those it rejects need to become Mormons. “Utah’s rules for giving cash assistance to the poor are so Scrooge-like that almost nobody qualifies,” the Tribune’s editorial board explains. “As recently as 2019, Utah was providing cash assistance, beyond food stamps and Medicaid, to only about 3000 households, out of 30,000 families living below the poverty level. Applications for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families — what Bill Clinton put in when he kept his promise to ‘end welfare as we know it’ — are rejected at the rate of 1300 a month in the state. So, state employees often accompany a rejected application with a suggestion that people seek out...
    Justin Fields is the Chicago Bears franchise quarterback — or at least the hope is he will be once he is named the starter. We’re tracking the first-round pick’s performance in every game of his rookie season. Preseason game No. 1: Bears 20, Dolphins 13 The first big boost to Justin Fields mania didn’t arrive until the third quarter Saturday afternoon at Soldier Field. The Bears rookie quarterback evaded Dolphins linebacker Tyshun Render near the 15-yard line, sprinted to his left and then lowered his shoulder to plow into the end zone for an 8-yard touchdown run. Bears fans who likely had been taking deep, calming breaths and reminding themselves it was only the preseason opener for most of the first half let loose with excitement. Fields’ NFL preseason debut didn’t get off to a pretty start, but the first-round draft pick did enough by the time he left the game to keep the hype train rolling. In about two quarters of work, Fields completed 14 of 20 passes for 142 yards and a...
    Former National Security Agency contractor Reality Winner told CBS' 60 Minutes Sunday that she's not a traitor and acted in 'service to the American people' when she leaked classified documents on Russian meddling in the 2016 US election and subsequently served four years behind bars. 'I am not a traitor. I am not a spy. I am somebody who only acted out of love for what this country stands for,' Winner, 30, asserted in her interview with CBS' Scott Pelley.  The Sunday sit down was the Air Force veteran's first official interview since her release from prison last June, for leaking a classified report to the US media during the 2016 election and subsequently being prosecuted under the Espionage Act. Former National Security Agency contractor Reality Winner told CBS' 60 Minutes Sunday that she's not a traitor and acted in 'service to the American people' when she leaked classified documents on Russian meddling in the 2016 US election The classified report allegedly detailed how the Russian military 'executed cyber espionage' against local election officials the year of the contentious election...
    A snowstorm moving across the Northern Plains into the Great Lakes is bringing the first heavy snow of the season.    Some spots could see up to a foot of snow with blizzard conditions. Heavy rain will fall where the temperatures are above freezing across the Ohio Valley and Central Midwest.    The national forecast for Monday, Dec. 6.  (Fox News) This system eventually merge with another area of low pressure and bring a coastal storm to the Northeast mid-week.  A secondary low developing across the South will bring strong storms including tornadoes over the Mississippi and Tennessee River Valleys.  One potential storm scenario the Northeast could face this week. (Fox News) Much colder air plunges in behind this system with wind chills below zero for the Northern Plains and Great Lakes.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP  A second potential storm scenario. (Fox News) Hawaii is dealing with some major weather hazards today with heavy rain for many of the islands and even blizzard warnings for the higher elevations.   Five to eight inches of...
    Large sections of seats sat empty as the clock ticked down Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field, with fans fleeing not only the cold, rainy weather but also another miserable Chicago Bears loss. As rookie quarterback Justin Fields sat out with broken ribs, veteran Andy Dalton threw four interceptions on the way to a 33-22 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals scored three touchdowns and made a field goal on the drives after the interceptions, including touchdowns after picks on the Bears’ first two drives. The result was the Bears’ sixth loss in seven games and eighth overall. While the Cardinals welcomed back quarterback Kyler Murray and top wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins from injuries, the Bears (4-8) were missing multiple stars, including Fields, who was not medically cleared to play after being limited in practice all week. Outside linebacker Khalil Mack is out for the season. Defensive lineman Akiem Hicks and wide receiver Allen Robinson missed their third straight games with injuries. Those absences made an upset of the Cardinals (10-2) an unlikely dream. ...
    10 thoughts after Andy Dalton was intercepted four times — giving the Arizona Cardinals a short field on all four occasions — in the Chicago Bears’ 33-22 loss in cold, rainy conditions Sunday at Soldier Field. 1. The final defensive numbers look pretty good for the Bears. Kyler Murray passed for only 123 yards and had a total of 182 yards of offense in his return from a high ankle sprain that sidelined him for three games. Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins caught two passes for 32 yards, running back James Conner averaged 3.8 yards per carry and tight end Zach Ertz had one catch for 10 yards. If you had told Bears coach Matt Nagy about those numbers Saturday night, I’m betting he would have been enthusiastic about his team’s chances. As it was, the Bears really were not that close against the NFC-leading Cardinals, and the defensive stats — the Cardinals had only 257 yards of offense — are misleading because each of Dalton’s interceptions set up Murray and Co. with premium field position. They started drives...
    Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell pulled off a 100% pure class move Sunday after beating the Vikings. The Lions earned their first win of the season after pulling off an epic final play against Kirk Cousins and company to improve to 1-10-1. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The Detroit Lions Get Their First Win Of The Season On Wild Final Play https://t.co/nuGWTK02kb — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 5, 2021 Following the big victory for Detroit and the state of Michigan, Campbell dedicated the game ball to the victims of the horrific Oxford High School shooting. Four people were murdered in the shooting and the entire Michigan community is in pain. When Campbell met with the media, he read the names of the victims and vowed to never forget them. Watch the incredibly touching moment below. Lions HC Dan Campbell dedicated the game ball from his team’s win to the Oxford, MI community in the wake of Tuesday’s school shooting. (via @Lions)pic.twitter.com/0pW3iVDHxa — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 5, 2021 Whether people...
    The Ravens gambled and went for a potential game-winning 2-point conversion attempt with 12 seconds left but couldn’t convert in a 20-19 loss to the Steelers in Pittsburgh. Here are five things we learned Sunday. The Ravens finally found a game they could not win close and ugly. We have wondered for weeks how long the Ravens could keep winning in the face of unproductive first quarters, erratic offensive performances, negative turnover differentials and depth-sapping injuries. Somehow, they went into Sunday as the AFC’s No. 1 seed. After the Cincinnati Bengals fell to the Los Angeles Chargers earlier in the afternoon, they had a chance to widen their lead in the AFC North to two games with five to play. Yes, they were entering the devil’s den known as Heinz Field — Terrible Towels, cussing fans, “Renegade,” the whole bit. But these were not the scary Steelers of old. The leading storylines in Pittsburgh were the possible impending retirement of 39-year-old quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the sudden failure of a defense that had allowed 82 points over...