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New York Post has new update
15 hours ago Internal docs confirm AG Letitia James knew about aide’s sexual harassment scandal well before election
"They really tried to keep this under wraps before the election," the source said.
718area has new update 21 hours ago MNF: Buccaneers vs Saints Prediction and Game Thread
Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football Monday Night Football, Week 13. Tonight we have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosting the New Orleans Saints in a matchup of NFC South contenders. NFC South contenders is a term that sounds better than the reality of the situation. Every team in the NFC South is currently a contender for the division title, but every team in the NFC South is also under .500 on the season. The 4-8 New Orleans Saints should not be a contender for a playoff spot with that record, but they are, thanks to the abysmal NFC South. A victory tonight gets the Saints to within a game of first place in the division. A loss puts them three games back with just five games left to play. This is clearly a very big game for the Saints. The Saints are actually a better team than their record indicates, if it weren’t for a huge turnover problem. The Saints have the #15 ranked offense in the NFL and the #11 ranked defense by yards gained and allowed. What has made the Saints a losing team is their terrible turnover differential. The Saints rank 31st in the NFL in offensive turnovers with 21 and 32nd in the NFL in defensive turnovers with just 7. That gives the Saints the worst turnover differential in the NFL. It’s difficult to win when you’ve won the turnover battle just three times all season. Clean up the turnovers and the Saints are a dangerous team, but that’s easier said than done. The 5-6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers are one of the most disappointing teams in the NFL. They are a losing team that is nonetheless in first place in the NFC South. The Buccaneers, unlike the Saints, have been great at avoiding offensive turnovers. They have turned the ball over on offense less than any other NFL team. While the Saints have only won the turnover battle three times all year, the Buccaneers have only lost the turnover battle three times all year. If it weren’t for the turnover issues these two teams would be evenly matched. The Saints have won three of the last five meetings between these two teams, but the Buccaneers won the last time they met, back in September. At home tonight I’m going with the Buccaneers. I have submitted my pick using the widget from our partners at Tallysight. You can follow all my picks throughout the season, as I prove for another season how I’m not made to be a gambler. Seriously, I cannot stress enough how bad an idea it would be to bet real money based on my picks. Don’t do it. Don’t even consider it. Make your own picks, and good luck. And if you do bet, consider using our friends at DraftKings Sportsbook.
New York Post has new update
21 hours ago Former Atlantic Records talent scout says bosses sexually assaulted her: suit
A former Atlantic Records talent scout filed suit Monday, claiming the music label fostered a toxic environment that enabled her bosses to allegedly sexually harass and assault her.
718area has new update 22 hours ago Mets still interested in Kodai Senga
Photo credit should read TORU YAMANAKA/AFP via Getty Images Having signed Justin Verlander, the team is still looking for significant rotation upgrades. Having agreed to a two-year deal with Justin Verlander today, the Mets are still interested in 29-year-old Japanese pitcher Kodai Senga, per Jon Morosi, who notes that the team isn’t “close to done with rotation upgrades.” In 148.0 innings in Japan this year, Senga had a 1.89 ERA with 159 strikeouts and 50 walks. The Mets were already known to have met with the right-handed pitcher in mid-November. With Verlander in the fold, the Mets’ rotation figures to look something like this at the moment: Justin Verlander Max Scherzer Carlos Carrasco David Peterson Tylor Megill/Elieser Hernández Considering Mets owner Steve Cohen’s substantial wealth, adding better starting pitchers to bump Carrasco down in the rotation and upgrade from the trio of fourth-or-fifth starters currently in the fold makes a lot of sense. There is risk with Senga, of course, but he certainly seems like a viable upgrade.

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