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16 Tumblr Posts About The Coronavirus That Are Funny Because They’re True


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15 Times Mr. Schue From "Glee" Was Problematic As Hell

Remember when he spied on Finn singing in the shower? Same.


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Cast The Inevitable Live-Action Reboot Of "Hercules" And We'll Tell You Your Biggest Strength And Weakness

"Who put the 'glad' in 'gladiator?!'" No really, please tell me.


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NFC East Win Totals: How Many Victories Will Each Team Have in 2020?

March 25, 2020 at 02:24AM

Win totals for the 2020 NFL season have been released. How many wins will the Cowboys, Eagles, Giants and Washington have?

Before last season started, the public felt really good about two of the four teams that reside in the NFC East. The

Dallas Cowboys were a team that many felt good about once Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper were all at camp, especially considering that the Cowboys' defense looked dominant the year prior. 

The Philadelphia Eagles also looked like a team that could make a deep playoff run. Carson Wentz was healthy and the team belonged to him with Nick Foles gone. They added nice pieces on draft day, and they had the experience of being recent Super Bowl champions.

There was also a lot of public interest in the New York Giants last season because their win total seemed manageable. New York seemed poised to move on from Eli Manning and Saqoun Barkley looked like he could be the best running back in the NFL. 

Finally, Washington was Washington and they did not disappoint. Head coach Jay Gruden was fired during the season and the team only won three games last season. 

The NFC East ended up being one of the worst, if not the worst division in the NFL last season. The Eagles went on a four-game winning streak to end the season with a division title at 9-7. The Cowboys were a major disappointment, as they only won right games and Jason Garrett was fired after the season. Washington and New York combined for seven wins, both with young quarterbacks and both have new head coaches this season.

Dallas Cowboys - 9.5 Wins (Over -130; Under +110)

The Cowboys come into 2020 as the favorite to win the NFC East once again. The Cowboys' main goals this offseason were to hire a head coach to turn the franchise around and get both Prescott and Cooper under contract. Cooper has been signed, but they had to place the franchise tag on Prescott—they still have until July 15 to get him a long-term contract. 

No matter who you listen to, everyone talks about the talent of the Cowboys. Yes, they are a talented bunch, but with Jason Garrett now gone the Cowboys have no one else to blame if the team fails. 

Mike McCarthy takes over as the head coach. He had plenty of success coaching the Packers and Aaron Rodgers and was brought into Dallas to turn Prescott from a good quarterback into a championship quarterback.Elliott is one of the best running backs in football and the Cowboys' offensive line should still be dominant even with the loss of Travis Frederick. 

Dallas won eight games last season, but five of those wins came against division opponents. In order to improve, Dallas must win games outside of the NFC East. Outside of the division, the Cowboys play the AFC North and the NFC West. 

I think the Cowboys will win around 10 games in 2020. They should remain strong against their own division and feast on the bottom of the AFC North, but they will have to win road games against the NFC West to truly be a contender. 

Pick: Over 9.5 Wins

Philadelphia Eagles - 9 Wins (Over -130; Under +110)

The Eagles are the reigning champs of the NFC East. They looked bad at times last season, but when they needed it Wentz was able to make enough plays to get them over the hump. 

The Eagles needed to get better in the secondary over the offseason and they were able to do that by getting Darius Slay, who is one of the best cornerbacks in the league. Philadelphia does have issues in their wide receiving corps, as Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson have seen their best day and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside is a young player who still needs work. Luckily for the Eagles and Wentz, the 2020 NFL draft class is filled with extremely talented wide receivers. In my mock draft that was published last week, I had the Eagles drafting LSU standout WR Justin Jefferson, but a player like Jerry Jeudy, Henry Ruggs III or CeeDee Lamb might possibly be available for the Eagles. 

Philadelphia, like Dallas, has what appears to be a fairly easy schedule in 2020. The Eagles have the 25th-toughest schedule in the NFL. The Eagles will play at San Francisco and at Green Bay as their two toughest games this season outside of Dallas. 

Pick: Over 9 Wins

New York Giants - 6.5 Wins (Over -115; Under -105)

The Giants, like Dallas and Washington, changed coaches in the offseason. While Dallas and Washington hired head coaches with Super Bowl experience, the Giants hired Joe Judge, the Patriots' special teams coach. Yes, he does have some former head coaches on his staff, but this was an interesting hire to say the least. 

The Giants have the luxury of coming into the season with an easy schedule, but I don't think they are better than the AFC North teams and they haven't been able to beat the Cowboys or Eagles. Last season, the Giants' four wins came against the Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Washington. This year, outside of the NFC East, the Giants have road games against the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Los Angeles Rams, Chicago Bears and Seattle Seahawks—they could lose all these games. 

The Giants roster still needs work. Barkley is great, but their leading wide receiver can't be Darius Slayton. I don't see how the Giants can win seven or more games this season. 

Pick: Under 6.5 Wins

Washington Redskins - 5 Wins (Over -110; Under -110)

The great Bill Parcells always said you are what your record says you are, and last season Washington was a three-win team. Quarterback has been an issue in Washington since Kirk Cousins left town. 

Last season, Case Keenum and Dwayne Haskins each got snaps at quarterback. Nether played well, but Washington's problem didn't start with the quarterback play, it started with Gruden and him behaving like he was trying to get fired. 

Washington struggled all season long. Haskins looked like he was ill-prepared most games and has a lot of work to do to turn things around. Ron Rivera was hired to be the head coach in the offseason and I think that was a perfect hire. Rivera is a well-respected head coach who has won plenty of games. He brought offensive coordinator Scott Turner along with him. Turner is a big fan of Kyle Allen, who will be Haskins' main competition for the starting quarterback job. 

Washington does have some playmakers on the team. Derrius Guice showed flashes last season and Terry McLaurin looks like a really good wide receiver. Washington also has some talent in the trenches, but they must trade Trent Williams so they can move ahead as a franchise.

Rivera has been a head coach in the NFL for nine seasons and his teams have won at least six games or more in every season he's completed. Washington won't compete for the division, but they will win more than five games this season. 

Pick: Over 5 Wins 

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'Avoid using the microwave to get faster internet'

With millions of people working from home, media watchdog Ofcom has some tips to boost internet speed.

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Newspaper headlines: Volunteer 'army' and NHS workers 'threat to quit'

Wednesday's newspapers show a range of coverage on the latest developments of coronavirus in the UK.

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Report: Wilder-Fury III Postponed Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

March 25, 2020 at 02:11AM

The third bout between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder was originally scheduled for July 18.

The third fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will not be held on July 18, as previously scheduled, and will instead be postponed to a later date,

according to ESPN's Dan Rafael

Top Rank chairman Bob Arum told ESPN that the parties would look to try and move the fight to the fall.

"You could not guarantee the fighters that the event would take place on that date. We couldn't convince them or ourselves," Arum told ESPN of a possible July 18 fight. "Where were they going to train for it? It just made no sense. You just have to take a step back. How are you going to sell tickets? It's absolutely ridiculous to say the fight is on when the Brits can't even get there."

Less than a week after the pair's second bout, the parties settled on a date for a third fight. In late February, Wilder's trainer, Mark Breland, ended the one-sided fight in the seventh round after Wilder was knocked down twice. Wilder announced that he would not be letting Breland go despite being upset at his camp for throwing in the towel.

The loss was the first in Wilder's career as a heavyweight boxer, who is now 42-1-1 with 41 knockouts. Fury improved his record to 30-0-1 with 21 knockouts. 

The first meeting between Wilder and Fury took place on Dec. 1, 2018, which went down as a split draw. 

The coronavirus pandemic has practically halted the entire sports world. As of result of its global impact, events such as the NCAA tournament have been canceled, leagues like the NBA, MLB and the NHL have been forced to suspend their seasons and, most recently, the IOC announced that it was postponing the 2020 Tokyo Olympics until the summer of 2021 at the latest. 

As of Tuesday night, there are more than 406,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide, causing more than 18,000 deaths. There are more than 52,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States.

Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer Reaches Agreement to Buy The Forum From MSG Company

March 25, 2020 at 01:56AM

An NBA team hasn't regularly played in The Forum since 1999, when the Lakers moved to Staples Center.

Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer has reached an agreement with MSG to buy The Forum for $400 million in cash, the team announced Tuesday.

The news was first reported by the Los Angeles Times' Andrew Greif.

The deal completes a major hurdle in the Clippers' effort to construct a new arena in Ingelwood, Calif., something Ballmer has pushed for since he purchased the team for $2 billion in 2014.

“This is an unprecedented time, but we believe in our collective future,” Ballmer said in a statement. “We are committed to our investment in the City of Inglewood, which will be good for the community, the Clippers, and our fans.”

In early March, ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz reported that the two sides were nearing a deal. 

"The Clippers continue to pursue plans to build a state-of-the-art, 18,000-seat basketball arena and entertainment complex in Inglewood and are currently working with the city to successfully complete the comprehensive Environmental Impact Report," the team told ESPN in a statement regarding the prior report.

"We are examining every possible way to resolve our differences with Madison Square Garden Co. regarding our new arena."

MSG acquired The Forum in 2012, but it has dealt with legal battles in recent years, namely as it relates to the Clippers building a new stadium nearby.

In 2017, Los Angeles agreed to a deal with the city in hopes of developing an arena complex just south of the Rams' new stadium. 

Per Greif, the deal will also resolve litigation brought by MSG, which attempted to block the Clippers’ proposed privately funded, arena.

The Forum will continue to operate as a music venue until a new Clippers arena is finished, per the official release.

An NBA team hasn't regularly played in The Forum since 1999, when the Lakers moved to Staples Center. The Los Angeles Sparks played in The Forum from 1997 until 2001, when they also moved to Staples Center.

The complicated path back to normalcy for 11,000 Olympic hopefuls

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This Footage Of Kim And Kourtney Kardashian Getting Into A Physical Fight Is Actually Kinda Wild

Punches AND drinks got thrown.


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Paramedics Are Ditching Facial Hair During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Beards can interfere with protective masks — so lots of paramedics have gotten out the razor.


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