- ESPN disrespects Steelers’ Chase Claypool in rookie rankings ESPN ranked the top 10 rookies in the NFL this season and Chase Claypool was nowhere to be found. Despite scoring 9 total touchdowns and racking up 522 yards from scrimmage, Claypool was left off the list. Justin Jefferson and Tee Higgins have more yards, but even combined their 7 TDs don't match Claypool's 9 scores SMG
- NFL Minute: Bud Dupree’s late shove of Joe Burrow NFL Minute: Bud Dupree's late shove of Joe Burrow SMG
- Raiders FS Jeff Heath named AFC Defensive Player of the Week Raiders safety Jeff Heath intercepted Drew Lock twice and finished the game with two more pass deflections as he was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week for Week 10. It was the first time in his career that he earned the honor and he is the first Raider to do so this season. The Raiders will be relying on Heath more in the upcoming weeks and will need him to help stop Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs once again. He currently ranks as the third-best safety by Pro Football Focus and deserves more playing time over the final seven weeks of the season SMG
That’s a lot of issue-related messaging to pack into a single color trend (or even two), but the Pantone statement says it’s the company’s job to reflect social trends and capture them in a shade — which will then become part of the fabrics of our lives, as it were.
In 2007, Apple released the first iPhone: a full touchscreen phone, complete with its own virtual keypad. To many, Apple had done something new, something never seen before. They had made the first touchscreen phone. But this was incorrect: Apple did not make the first touchscreen phone, nor was the touchscreen a new invention.
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