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This report by the Dallas NBC affiliate perfectly illustrates the unyielding eruption of religious propaganda and proselytizing that is routinely fed to our market under the guise of "news". The adulation of faith, coupled with the elevation of prayer over science. Night after night.

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NRA's Dana Loesch Said Dallas Cop Might Not Have Killed Botham Jean If He Was Gun Owner

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National Rifle Association spokesperson Dana Loesch said that a Dallas man killed in his own home by a police officer could have saved himself if he owned a gun.
Botham Shem Jean, a 26-year-old black man, was killed on Thursday by off-duty police officer Amber Guyger.
"This could have been very different if Botham Jean had been, say he was a law abiding gun owner and he saw somebody coming into his apartment," Loesch said on NRATV's Relentless on Monday.
Loesch said a man killed in his own home by an off-duty police officer could have been saved if he owned a gun.
"If Botham Jean had a gun and killed a police officer he'd be in jail held without bond and Trump would be nonstop tweeting about that immigrant who killed that poor cop," Comedian Sarah Cooper tweeted in response to Loesch's remarks.
"I didn't know she was white until now. If it was a white man would it have been different? Would she have reacted differently?" Jean said while speaking with Dallas NBC affiliate KXAS..
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DALLAS COUNTY EXTENDS STAY-AT-HOME ORDER UNTIL MAY 20. According to NBC’s Dallas affiliate, Dallas C…

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Dallas/Fort-Worth NBC Affiliate Interview: Meet the Cast of the Real Housewives of Dallas

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Maddening Journalism: Gaza Bombing Protest in Dallas, Local NBC affiliate states in passing that one man was arrested for taking photos, but no other reports mention this

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Any George Floyd protests in Fort Worth?

I didn't see any in my usual haunts yesterday. The NBC affiliate here has reported some peaceful protest activity in Dallas.
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Trump-connected firms received large loans through small business coronavirus-relief program

The government's $349 billion small business lending program (Paycheck Protection Program, "PPP") was designed to keep merchants afloat during the COVID-19 crisis. The program quickly ran out of money as large publicly traded companies with thousands of employees scooped up millions, leaving the real small businesses struggling to stay open.
In the past week, we've learned more about the companies that obtained these low-interest, taxpayer-backed loans. It appears that a key to success is to (1) have ties to the Trump administration, and/or (2) already have lots of money.

Ties to Trump

Numerous companies with connections to President Trump and his administration received small business loans, despite reaping millions in profits each year.

The biggest loan in the nation

The top recipient nationwide of coronavirus relief aid is an investment firm that hired a pair of D.C. lobbying firms stacked with Trump fundraisers and White House alumni. Ashford Inc., an asset management firm based in Dallas, has collected $53 million from the small business loan program.
[Ashford] hired its first-ever Washington lobbying firm, Miller Strategies. That firm is run by Jeff Miller, who was a finance vice-chair of President Trump’s 2017 inaugural committee. He has raised more than $2.8 million for the RNC and a Trump joint fundraising committee so far this cycle, including $2.5 million in the first quarter of 2020 alone…
On the same day that Ashford hired Miller, it inked a separate lobbying deal with another Trump-connected firm. Bailey Strategic Advisors is run by Roy Bailey, a Trump fundraiser who served as finance chair of pro-Trump super PAC America First Action and on the board of an affiliated dark money group, America First Policies. (DB)
Ashford’s chairman, Monty Bennett, has “given over $200,000 to the Trump campaign, the Republican National Committee, and a joint fundraising committee supporting both of them since last year. He chipped in even more in support of Trump’s 2016 campaign.”

Three Trump-connected companies

An analysis by NBC News found three companies with ties to the Trump administration received a total of $18.3 million under the program.
  1. Hallador Energy, a coal company, snagged $10 million under the program. Last year, Hallador hired former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to lobby on its behalf. “Hallador also shares a director in common with another loan recipient, Ramaco Resources… [which] received $8.4 million” despite the company’s valuation of at least $100 million.
  2. Energy services company Flotek Industries received a $4.6 million loan. Trump’s current acting director of national intelligence and ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, worked as a consultant for Flotek.
  3. MiMedx Group, a maker of skin grafts, received $10 million. MiMedx's former chief executive, Parker H. Petit, was Trump's finance chairman in Georgia in 2016. Both the company and Petit are in trouble with the Justice Department. Just three weeks ago, MiMedx agreed to pay $6.5 million to settle DOJ accusations it had overcharged hospitals run by the VA. Petit is under indictment for securities fraud and awaiting trial.

Trump’s app creator

Last week, the Trump campaign released a new app using “gamification to drive voter outreach and valuable data collection.” Users perform actions like sharing a Trump tweet to collect points - these points can be used to get discounted campaign swag or, for 100,000 points, to get a picture with the president.
The app was made by a digital tech company with about 60 employees called Phunware. Through the small business program, Phunware obtained a $2.85 million loan - nearly 14 times the current PPP average of $206,000.
The speed of Phunware's loan is notable, too… The company received its loan funds two days after applying… Phunware was paid nearly $3 million in revenue from the Trump re-election campaign last year, or roughly 15% of its nearly $20 million in total sales, according to a filing with the SEC. In 2018, 66% of its $31 million revenue at the time came from work for client Fox Networks.

The rich get richer

NYT: As part of the economic rescue package that became law last month, the federal government is giving away $174 billion in temporary tax breaks overwhelmingly to rich individuals and large companies… Some of the breaks apply to taxes that have long been in the cross hairs of corporate lobbyists.
  • Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (CT-03) and Congressman Steve Cohen (TN-09) - along with over 30 co-signers - called for a repeal of the tax break: While most Americans will get a one-time economic impact payment of $1,200, the small number of wealthy individuals eligible for this tax break stand to gain an average tax break of $1.6 million.

Big companies win

NBC News: At least 15 companies that reported receiving money under the program have stock market values of at least $100 million, according to a report from Morgan Stanley — even though Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday the program was not meant to benefit "big public companies that have access to capital."
Other analyses found that
(1) at least 75 companies that have received the aid were publicly traded and received a combined $300 million in low-interest, taxpayer-backed loans;
(2) at least 32 companies with CEOs making over $1 million received funds from the Paycheck Protection Program;
(3) Nearly all of JPMorgan’s large business customers received loans, while only 6% of the smaller businesses were successful. And it's not only JPMorgan...

Banks prioritized their wealthy customers

Last Sunday, four banks - Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and US Bank - were sued for allegedly failing to process PPP loans on a first-come first-served basis.
Each bank "concealed from the public that it was reshuffling the PPP applications it received and prioritizing the applications that would make the bank the most money," each of the four lawsuits said.
As a result of this "dishonest and deplorable behavior," the lawsuit said thousands of small businesses "were left with nothing" when PPP ran out of money earlier this month.

Banks win

Speaking of banks, NPR reported that:
Banks handling the government's $349 billion loan program for small businesses made more than $10 billion in fees — even as tens of thousands of small businesses were shut out of the program… For every transaction made, banks took in 1% to 5% in fees, depending on the amount of the loan.
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Game Thread: Minnesota Vikings (6-3) at Dallas Cowboys (5-3)

Minnesota Vikings at Dallas Cowboys

First Second Third Fourth Final
Vikings 14 3 11 0 28
Cowboys 0 14 7 3 24
  • General information
Coverage Odds
NBC
Weather
64°F/Wind 14mph/Partly cloudy/No precipitation expected
  • Game Stats
Passing Cmp/Att Yds Tds Ints
K.Cousins 23/32 220 2 0
D.Prescott 28/46 397 3 1
Rushing Car Yds Lng Tds
D.Cook 26 97 23 1
E.Elliott 20 47 6 0
Receiving Rec Yds Lng Tds
D.Cook 7 86 30 0
S.Diggs 3 49 27 0
A.Cooper 11 147 20 1
R.Cobb 6 106 24 1
  • Scoring Summary
Team Q Type Drive
MIN 1 TD K.Rudolph 1 yd. pass from K.Cousins (D.Bailey kick is good) Drive: 5 plays, 53 yards in 2:38
MIN 1 TD K.Rudolph 1 yd. pass from K.Cousins (D.Bailey kick is good) Drive: 13 plays, 90 yards in 6:19
DAL 2 TD M.Gallup 23 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 5 plays, 48 yards in 2:32
DAL 2 TD R.Cobb 22 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 11 plays, 83 yards in 4:39
MIN 2 FG D.Bailey 26 yd. Field Goal Drive: 9 plays, 67 yards in 1:54
MIN 3 FG D.Bailey 27 yd. Field Goal Drive: 12 plays, 66 yards in 5:22
DAL 3 TD A.Cooper 12 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 7 plays, 75 yards in 2:37
MIN 3 TD D.Cook 2 yd. run (K.Cousins-K.Rudolph pass) Drive: 13 plays, 75 yards in 6:59
DAL 4 FG B.Maher 23 yd. Field Goal Drive: 13 plays, 70 yards in 5:02
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Game Thread: Philadelphia Eagles (3-3) at Dallas Cowboys (3-3)

Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys

First Second Third Fourth Final
Eagles 7 0 3 0 10
Cowboys 14 13 0 10 37
  • General information
Coverage Odds
NBC
Weather
84°F/Wind 15mph/Heavy rain showers/5.5 mm precipitation expected
  • Game Stats
Passing Cmp/Att Yds Tds Ints
C.Wentz 16/26 191 1 1
D.Prescott 21/27 239 1 1
Rushing Car Yds Lng Tds
J.Howard 11 50 16 0
E.Elliott 22 111 16 1
Receiving Rec Yds Lng Tds
D.Goedert 4 69 28 1
A.Jeffery 2 38 30 0
A.Cooper 5 106 44 0
E.Elliott 6 36 9 0
  • Scoring Summary
Team Q Type Drive
DAL 1 TD T.Austin 20 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 6 plays, 45 yards in 3:02
DAL 1 TD E.Elliott 1 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 2 plays, 14 yards in 0:18
PHI 1 TD D.Goedert 28 yd. pass from C.Wentz (J.Elliott kick is good) Drive: 7 plays, 87 yards in 4:18
DAL 2 TD B.Jarwin 1 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 12 plays, 71 yards in 6:52
DAL 2 FG B.Maher 26 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 72 yards in 1:16
DAL 2 FG B.Maher 63 yd. Field Goal Drive: 5 plays, 25 yards in 0:22
PHI 3 FG J.Elliott 38 yd. Field Goal Drive: 12 plays, 66 yards in 5:51
DAL 4 FG B.Maher 29 yd. Field Goal Drive: 13 plays, 64 yards in 7:23
DAL 4 TD D.Prescott 8 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 3 plays, 16 yards in 1:21
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Game Thread: Dallas Cowboys (3-0) at New Orleans Saints (2-1)

Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints

First Second Third Fourth Final
Cowboys 3 0 7 0 10
Saints 0 9 0 3 12
  • General information
Coverage Odds
NBC
Weather
84°F/Wind 8mph/FaiNo precipitation expected
  • Game Stats
Passing Cmp/Att Yds Tds Ints
D.Prescott 22/33 223 0 1
T.Bridgewater 23/30 193 0 1
Rushing Car Yds Lng Tds
E.Elliott 18 35 6 1
A.Kamara 17 69 13 0
Receiving Rec Yds Lng Tds
J.Witten 4 50 16 0
B.Jarwin 3 49 35 0
M.Thomas 9 95 20 0
J.Hill 3 29 20 0
  • Scoring Summary
Team Q Type Drive
DAL 1 FG B.Maher 28 yd. Field Goal Drive: 9 plays, 44 yards in 3:34
NO 2 FG W.Lutz 40 yd. Field Goal Drive: 9 plays, 52 yards in 5:13
NO 2 FG W.Lutz 42 yd. Field Goal Drive: 7 plays, 27 yards in 4:45
NO 2 FG W.Lutz 19 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 43 yards in 1:30
DAL 3 TD E.Elliott 1 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 11 plays, 84 yards in 5:44
NO 4 FG W.Lutz 26 yd. Field Goal Drive: 15 plays, 67 yards in 9:06
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Post Game Thread: Minnesota Vikings (7-3) at Dallas Cowboys (5-4)

Minnesota Vikings at Dallas Cowboys

First Second Third Fourth Final
Vikings 14 3 11 0 28
Cowboys 0 14 7 3 24
  • General information
Coverage Odds
NBC
Weather
64°F/Wind 14mph/Partly cloudy/No precipitation expected
  • Game Stats
Passing Cmp/Att Yds Tds Ints
K.Cousins 23/32 220 2 0
D.Prescott 28/46 397 3 1
Rushing Car Yds Lng Tds
D.Cook 26 97 23 1
A.Mattison 8 52 16 0
E.Elliott 20 47 6 0
T.Austin 1 7 7 0
Receiving Rec Yds Lng Tds
D.Cook 7 86 30 0
S.Diggs 3 49 27 0
I.Smith 5 34 9 0
A.Cooper 11 147 20 1
R.Cobb 6 106 24 1
M.Gallup 4 76 25 1
  • Scoring Summary
Team Q Type Drive
MIN 1 TD K.Rudolph 1 yd. pass from K.Cousins (D.Bailey kick is good) Drive: 5 plays, 53 yards in 2:38
MIN 1 TD K.Rudolph 1 yd. pass from K.Cousins (D.Bailey kick is good) Drive: 13 plays, 90 yards in 6:19
DAL 2 TD M.Gallup 23 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 5 plays, 48 yards in 2:32
DAL 2 TD R.Cobb 22 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 11 plays, 83 yards in 4:39
MIN 2 FG D.Bailey 26 yd. Field Goal Drive: 9 plays, 67 yards in 1:54
MIN 3 FG D.Bailey 27 yd. Field Goal Drive: 12 plays, 66 yards in 5:22
DAL 3 TD A.Cooper 12 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 7 plays, 75 yards in 2:37
MIN 3 TD D.Cook 2 yd. run (K.Cousins-K.Rudolph pass) Drive: 13 plays, 75 yards in 6:59
DAL 4 FG B.Maher 23 yd. Field Goal Drive: 13 plays, 70 yards in 5:02
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Post Game Thread: Philadelphia Eagles (3-4) at Dallas Cowboys (4-3)

Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys

First Second Third Fourth Final
Eagles 7 0 3 0 10
Cowboys 14 13 0 10 37
  • General information
Coverage Odds
NBC
Weather
84°F/Wind 15mph/Heavy rain showers/5.5 mm precipitation expected
  • Game Stats
Passing Cmp/Att Yds Tds Ints
C.Wentz 16/26 191 1 1
D.Prescott 21/27 239 1 1
Rushing Car Yds Lng Tds
J.Howard 11 50 16 0
B.Scott 7 32 14 0
E.Elliott 22 111 16 1
D.Prescott 5 30 8 1
Receiving Rec Yds Lng Tds
D.Goedert 4 69 28 1
A.Jeffery 2 38 30 0
Z.Ertz 2 38 24 0
A.Cooper 5 106 44 0
E.Elliott 6 36 9 0
M.Gallup 3 34 14 0
  • Scoring Summary
Team Q Type Drive
DAL 1 TD T.Austin 20 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 6 plays, 45 yards in 3:02
DAL 1 TD E.Elliott 1 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 2 plays, 14 yards in 0:18
PHI 1 TD D.Goedert 28 yd. pass from C.Wentz (J.Elliott kick is good) Drive: 7 plays, 87 yards in 4:18
DAL 2 TD B.Jarwin 1 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 12 plays, 71 yards in 6:52
DAL 2 FG B.Maher 26 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 72 yards in 1:16
DAL 2 FG B.Maher 63 yd. Field Goal Drive: 5 plays, 25 yards in 0:22
PHI 3 FG J.Elliott 38 yd. Field Goal Drive: 12 plays, 66 yards in 5:51
DAL 4 FG B.Maher 29 yd. Field Goal Drive: 13 plays, 64 yards in 7:23
DAL 4 TD D.Prescott 8 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 3 plays, 16 yards in 1:21
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Post Game Thread: Dallas Cowboys (3-1) at New Orleans Saints (3-1)

Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints

First Second Third Fourth Final
Cowboys 3 0 7 0 10
Saints 0 9 0 3 12
  • General information
Coverage Odds
NBC
Weather
84°F/Wind 8mph/FaiNo precipitation expected
  • Game Stats
Passing Cmp/Att Yds Tds Ints
D.Prescott 22/33 223 0 1
T.Bridgewater 23/30 193 0 1
Rushing Car Yds Lng Tds
E.Elliott 18 35 6 1
D.Prescott 1 7 7 0
A.Kamara 17 69 13 0
T.Hill 2 16 18 0
Receiving Rec Yds Lng Tds
J.Witten 4 50 16 0
B.Jarwin 3 49 35 0
A.Cooper 5 48 14 0
M.Thomas 9 95 20 0
J.Hill 3 29 20 0
J.Cook 3 21 9 0
  • Scoring Summary
Team Q Type Drive
DAL 1 FG B.Maher 28 yd. Field Goal Drive: 9 plays, 44 yards in 3:34
NO 2 FG W.Lutz 40 yd. Field Goal Drive: 9 plays, 52 yards in 5:13
NO 2 FG W.Lutz 42 yd. Field Goal Drive: 7 plays, 27 yards in 4:45
NO 2 FG W.Lutz 19 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 43 yards in 1:30
DAL 3 TD E.Elliott 1 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 11 plays, 84 yards in 5:44
NO 4 FG W.Lutz 26 yd. Field Goal Drive: 15 plays, 67 yards in 9:06
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Janice Wilhelm: Suicide or Murder? [Unresolved Murder]

From 2 years ago
NBC5, the Dallas-Fort Worth NBC affiliate, has been doing a series of reports about local cold cases. I thought this one was really interesting. Janice Lee Wilhelm's 2010 death by gunshot was ruled a suicide, but some of her family members think she was actually murdered by her husband.
Fast forward past ABC CBSx2 Warner Brothers Crime Watch Daily, NPR ect

From the linked article:
Janice Lee Willhelm was found lifeless with a .45 caliber bullet in her neck. Her death was ruled a suicide, but a Dallas private investigator says that is simply not possible. Now, there are allegations from the victim's children about a forged will.
"As I looked at the case and I started looking at the physical evidence and the photographs of the crime scene and how it was handled, I became highly suspicious," said Avery Ensley, of Dallas Polygraph Services.
Ensley says a handwriting expert determined the will was likely forged. According to Willhelm's medical records, a surgery prevented her from lifting her left arm any higher than her chest.
"She would have had to hold the weapon upside down and raise her arm completely up over her head in order to shoot herself this way," Ensley said, demonstrating with his hand.
"My opinion, and also the medical examiner's opinion from San Antonio, was that the weapon was placed by someone else," he said.
According to the autopsy report, the Dallas County medical examiner ruled Janice Willhelm's death a suicide in 2010. Ensley says that doctor's determination was based solely on the Leon County sheriff's report.
"The very same week that I reported to them that the will was forged, the gunshot residue kit from the victim disappeared. It's no longer in existence. Nobody knows where it is, it's lost," Ensley said.
There's also a petition for Governor Abbott to re-open the case as a homicide investigation. The site mentions several other suspicious suicides in Leon County.
These are some of their details about the case:
In December 2010, Janice Wilhelm allegedly committed suicide. She was shot by a .45 caliber semi automatic in the throat at such an angle the bullet went into her lungs and severed her spinal cord. It is quite difficult to shoot oneself at that angle.
Janice Wilhelm had no upper body strength and utilized a walker to get around the house. Law enforcement claimed the deceased left a suicide note, but family were never allowed to see it. Nor were family members allowed a copy of the police report. Wilhelm’s son went to the sheriff’s office and was told to leave.
A journalist in California requested the police report, photos, 911-call and autopsy report. The journalist turned over this material to Wilhelm’s family.
The police report asserted Janice Wilhelm killed herself because she was out of prescription painkillers, yet the photos reveal multiple prescription bottles with pills next to her chair and a UPS bill for a prescription delivery.
It sounds like they have a pretty good case, if this is all true. Do you think Janice Wilhelm was murdered? Or at least that it's worth another investigation?
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Wondering how to watch CFB without cable? Here are the current streaming services, which CFB channels they offer, and what devices they work on.

YouTube TV Hulu Live TV Sling Orange Sling Blue Sling Sports add-on PS Vue Access PS Vue Core PS Vue Elite PS Vue Sports add-on DirecTV Now Plus DirecTV Now Max ESPN+
Monthly cost $50 $45 $25 $25 j $10 $50 $55 $65 $10 (requires Core+) $50 $70 $5
Simultaneous streams 3 2 e 1 3 n/a 3 o 3 o 3 o 3 o 2 q 2 q 3
Included DVR capacity unlimited gh 50 hrs f n/a kl n/a kl 28 days s 28 days s 28 days s 20 hrs / 30 days 20 hrs / 30 days ?
Channels w/ FBS CFB
ESPN X X X X X X X X
ESPN2 X X X X X X X X
Watch ESPN X X X X X
ESPNU X X X X X X
ESPNews X X X X X X
ESPN GoalLine X
ESPN College Extra c X X X
ABC X X X a X a X a X a X a X a
NBC X X X n X a X a X a X a X a
CBS X X X a X a X a
Fox X X X n X a X a X a X r X r
CBS Sports Network X X X X X
Fox Sports Network X X X
Fox Sports 1 X X X X X X X X
Fox Sports 2 X X X X X X X
FOXS regional X a X a X X a X a X r X r
ACC Network X X X? wx X? wx X? wx
ACCN Extra X
Big Ten Network X X X X X
Pac-12 Network
Pac-12 Network regional X
SEC Network X X X X X X
SEC Network+ ? X
Longhorn Network X z X z X a X a
NFL Network X X X
Channels (FBS CFB?)
Fox College Sports X
NBC Sports X
NBC Sports Network X X X X X X X X
NBC Sports Network regional X a X a X X X
beIN Sports X X X
Stadium y X X
Eleven Sports y X
Devices
Web X X X X X X (Chrome, Safari) X (Chrome, Safari) X
iOS X X X (iOS 11+) X (iOS 11+) X X X X X X
Android X X X X X X X X
AppleTV X X X X X (4th gen+) X (4th gen+) X (4th gen+) X (4th gen+) X (4th gen+) X
FireTV coming soon X X X X X X X (2nd gen+) X (2nd gen+) X
Roku X d X i X m X m X p X p X p X t X t X
Chromecast X X X X X X X X (2nd gen+) X (2nd gen+) X
Nvidia Shield X X X X X X X X
Smart TV X d X i X m X m X (AndroidTV p ) X (AndroidTV p ) X (AndroidTV p ) X u X u X v
Xbox 360 X
Xbox One X X X X X
Playstation 3 X o X o X o
Playstation 4 X o X o X o X
Nintendo Switch X
Windows app X X X
If you see anything incorrect, please let me know! I especially still need help figuring out which regional sports networks are carried by which providers.
Notes:
a. May not be available in all areas
b. You should call your parents more often.
c. Apparently ESPN College Extra is like WatchESPN, but select games on 8 "real" channels? Apparently something for sports bars to subscribe to rather than have streaming boxes?
d. https://support.google.com/youtubetv/answe7129767?hl=en
e. Unlimited streams for $10/mo extra
f. Included DVR does not allow fast forwarding through commercials. "Enhanced Cloud DVR" is $10/mo extra, includes 200 hrs storage and allows fast forwarding through commercials
g. "As long as you maintain your membership status, live TV recordings will be saved for 9 months. Other programs will vary based on agreements with our content partners."
h. Ad skipping availability depends on network
i. Select models https://help.hulu.com/s/article/supported-devices?language=en_US
j. Sling Orange + Sling Blue is $40/mo (a $10 discount)
k. $5/mo upgrade to get 50 hrs of storage
l. DVR will not record any ESPN channels. "FOX requires that Sling shows you a Video On-Demand version of your recording, which does not allow you to fast forward through commercials."
m. https://www.sling.com/supported-devices
n. Only available in select cities https://help.sling.com/en/support/solutions/articles/46000000093-can-i-get-local-channels-on-sling-tv-
o. Up to 5 streams if you follow their stupidly complicated streaming rules: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/network/vue/faq/supported-devices-and-set-up/#simultaneous-streaming
p. https://www.playstation.com/en-us/network/vue/faq/supported-devices-and-set-up/#supported-devices
q. 3rd stream is $5/mo extra
r. VERY few zipcodes I tried have any broadcast channels other than ABC and NBC, and even fewer had regional sports networks
s. Some channels do not allow DVR recording: some ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC local affiliates; and ESPN Classic on demand. DVR'd FOX programs cannot be fast forwarded.
t. https://www.directvnow.com/ (jerks don't give a direct link to device support)
u. Only Samsung 2017 and 2018 smart TVs
v. Only the "Samsung Connected TV (Tizen)"
w. AACN indicates PS Vue carries it, but I don't see it on any of PS Vue's channel lineups
x. ACCN will supposedly be available August 22nd. Question 21 here: https://promo.espn.com/espn/accn/faq
y. Stadium and Eleven are available for free on PlutoTV (works on many devices)
z. Limited availability outside Texas: Available on Core and up in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso, and Tulsa areas. In NOLA and Albuquerque, only on Elite and up. Not available in any base package in Phoenix, Boulder, Memphis, or Kansas City, KS. Check your own zip code here: https://vue.playstation.com/subscription/browse/baseplans?_z=90210
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A Few More Conspiracy Theories that turned out to be True

1. Kennedy Assassination - The 2nd Investigation by Congress Few People Know About, United States House of Representatives Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA)

The HSCA was established in 1976 to investigate the John F. Kennedy assassination and the Martin Luther King, Jr. assassination. The Committee investigated until 1978, and in 1979 issued its final report, concluding that President John F. Kennedy was probably assassinated by a conspiracy involving the mob, and potentially the CIA.
The House Select Committee on Assassinations undertook reinvestigations of the murders of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. In 1979, a single Report and twelve volumes of appendices on each assassination were published by the Congress.
In the JFK case, the HSCA found that there was a "probable conspiracy," though it was unable to determine the nature of that conspiracy or its other participants (besides Oswald).
This finding was based in part on acoustics evidence from a tape purported to record the shots, but was also based on other evidence including an investigation of Ruby's Mafia connections and potential CIA and/or FBI connections to Oswald. To this day, many conspiracy deniers are unaware that the Congressional investigation into JFK’s assassination concluded beyond any shadow of a doubt that it was a conspiracy.
What made them come to this conclusion?
Aside from reading the report, many witnesses (some of whom were CIA agents and station chiefs in Dallas that morning) were killed the night before testifying.
For example, George de Mohrenschildt was a petroleum geologist who befriended Lee Harvey Oswald during the months preceding the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. He also worked for the CIA.
He also blew his brains out the night before he was to testify to the committee. The committee also uncovered, among many things, that Oswald left the marines where he learned how to speak fluent Russian (at the height of the cold war).
He was given money by the State Department to travel to Russia where he stopped off in Japan at a top secret US Military facility. The Warren Commission even mentioned this part. What most people do not know is that he probably was working in the Cold War infiltrating the Russians as either a “dangle,” “double agent,” or “defector" of some kind.
What is interesting is that upon his return he got more money from the State Department to buy a house and work with an ex FBI Chief and CIA officials in training anti-Castro Cubans for an invasion.
In Louisiana, where he was working, the CIA was involved in Operation Mongoose, where Oswald worked under CIA Agent David Ferrie, who killed himself before testifying in a trial on the Assassination as well. Operation Mongoose worked closely with Southern Mafia figures largely because the casinos in Cuba, which were shut down after Fidel obtained control over the country, were epicenters for control on the island.
The CIA even hired the Mafia to assassinate Fidel on many occasions, 3 attempts which failed are common knowledge.
What is funny is that figures who worked very close with Oswald either ended up dead (over 100 of them connected to the assassination died within a few years of unusual circumstances) or they ended up in other conspiracies.
For instance, E. Howard Hunt (CIA Agent) confessed to being involved in the conspiracy to assassinate Kennedy on his deathbed.
E Howard Hunt was one of the Watergate Burglars. Barry Seal, who worked with Oswald and Ferrie ended up being one of the largest cocaine smugglers in the United States during Iran Contra, as a key player for the agency and informant for the DEA.
There is so much more to get into, but there just isn’t enough time. Oswald's tax returns are still classified top secret to this day. Why? Perhaps he was still getting $$ from the United States, which places him on the payroll. That money trail leads to figures, many of whom were murdered, that would have blown the story wide open. For 14 years, most didn't know this.
The HSCA investigations by congress went against the findings of the Warren Commission and both reports are from the same source, Congressional Committees.
Which is true? Why do we only teach one to our children in school?
VIDEO

2. 1919 World Series Conspiracy

The 1919 World Series (often referred to as the Black Sox Scandal) resulted in the most famous scandal in baseball history.
Eight players from the Chicago White Sox (nicknamed the Black Sox) were accused of throwing the series against the Cincinnati Reds. Details of the scandal remain controversial, and the extent to which each player was involved varied.
It was, however, front-page news across the country when the story was uncovered late in the 1920 season, and despite being acquitted of criminal charges (throwing baseball games was technically not a crime), the eight players were banned from organized baseball (i.e. the leagues subject to the National Agreement) for life.
There are hundreds of other conspiracies involving throwing games, sporting matches and large scale entertainment events. It is common knowledge for many, this list would have to go into the thousands if we included all of them.

3.Karen Silkwood

Karen was an American labor union activist and chemical technician at the Kerr-McGee plant near Crescent, Oklahoma, United States. Silkwood's job was making plutonium pellets for nuclear reactor fuel rods.
After being hired at Kerr-McGee, Silkwood joined the Oil, Chemical & Atomic Workers Union local and took part in a strike at the plant. After the strike ended, she was elected to the union's bargaining committee and assigned to investigate health and safety issues.
She discovered what she believed to be numerous violations of health regulations, including exposure of workers to contamination, faulty respiratory equipment and improper storage of samples. She also believed the lack of sufficient shower facilities could increase the risk of employee contamination.
In the summer of 1974, Silkwood testified to the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) about these issues, alleging that safety standards had slipped because of a production speedup which resulted in employees being given tasks for which they were poorly trained. She also alleged that Kerr-McGee employees handled the fuel rods improperly and that the company falsified inspection records.
On November 5, 1974, Silkwood performed a routine self-check and found almost 400 times the legal limit for plutonium contamination. She was decontaminated at the plant and sent home with a testing kit to collect urine and feces for further analysis. Oddly, though there was plutonium on the exterior surfaces (the ones she touched) of the gloves she had been using, the gloves did not have any holes.
This suggests the contamination did not come from inside the glove box, but from some other source, in other words, someone was trying to poison her.
The next morning, as she headed to a union negotiation meeting, she again tested positive for plutonium. This was surprising because she had only performed paperwork duties that morning. She was given a more intense decontamination. The following day, November 7, 1974, as she entered the plant, she was found to be dangerously contaminated - even expelling contaminated air from her lungs.
A health physics team accompanied her back to her home and found plutonium traces on several surfaces - especially in the bathroom and the refrigerator.
The house was later stripped and decontaminated. Silkwood, her partner and housemate were sent to Los Alamos National Laboratory for in-depth testing to determine the extent of the contamination in their bodies. Later that evening, Silkwood's body was found in her car, which had run off the road and struck a culvert. The car contained no documents.
She was pronounced dead at the scene from a "classic, one-car sleeping-driver accident".

4. CIA Drug Smuggling in Arkansas

August 23, 1987, in a rural community just south of Little Rock, police officers murdered two teenage boys because they witnessed a police-protected drug drop. The drop was part of a drug smuggling operation based at a small airport in Mena, Arkansas.
The Mena operation was set up in the early 1980's by the notorious drug smuggler, Barry Seal. Facing prison after a drug conviction in Florida, Seal flew to Washington, D.C., where he put together a deal that allowed him to avoid prison by becoming an informant for the government.
As a government informant against drug smugglers, Seal testified he worked for the CIA and the DEA. In one federal court case, he testified that his income from March 1984 to August 1985, was between $700,000 and $800,000. This period was AFTER making his deal with the government.
Seal testified that nearly $600,000 of this came from smuggling drugs while working for - and with the permission of the DEA. In addition to his duties as an informant, Seal was used by CIA operatives to help finance the Nicaraguan Contras. The CIA connection to the Mena operation was undeniable when a cargo plane given to Seal by the CIA was shot down over Nicaragua with a load of weapons.
In spite of the evidence, every investigator who has tried to expose the crimes of Mena has been professionally destroyed, and those involved in drug smuggling operations have received continued protection from state and federal authorities.
February 20, 1986 report on Mena Drug Smuggling: VIDEO DELETED

5. Bohemian Grove

For years, many conspiracy theorists were saying that the rich and powerful met every year in the woods and worshiped a giant stone owl in an occult fashion.
It turns out, ABC, CBS, NBC, and many other credible news agencies investigated this and found out, its true. It is said to be just all fun and games, like brotherhood style fraternity stuff.
These clips can be viewed here.

6. Operation Paperclip

Operation Paperclip was the code name for the 1945 Office of Strategic Services, Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency recruitment of German scientists from Nazi Germany to the U.S. after VE Day.
President Truman authorized Operation Paperclip in August 1945; however he expressly ordered that anyone found "to have been a member of the Nazi party and more than a nominal participant in its activities, or an active supporter of Nazi militarism" would be excluded.
These included Wernher von Braun, Arthur Rudolph and Hubertus Strughold, who were all officially on record as Nazis and listed as a "menace to the security of the Allied Forces." All were cleared to work in the U.S. after having their backgrounds "bleached" by the military; false employment histories were provided, and their previous Nazi affiliations were expunged from the record.
The paperclips that secured newly-minted background details to their personnel files gave the operation its name.

7. The Round Table

British businessman Cecil Rhodes advocated the British Empire re-annexing the United States of America and reforming itself into an "Imperial Federation" to bring about a hyperpower and lasting world peace.
In his first will, of 1877, written at the age of 23, he expressed his wish to fund a secret society (known as the Society of the Elect) that would advance this goal:
“To and for the establishment, promotion and development of a Secret Society, the true aim and object whereof shall be for the extension of British rule throughout the world, the perfecting of a system of emigration from the United Kingdom, and of colonization by British subjects of all lands where the means of livelihood are attainable by energy, labor and enterprise, and especially the occupation by British settlers of the entire Continent of Africa, the Holy Land, the Valley of the Euphrates, the Islands of Cyprus and Candia, the whole of South America, the Islands of the Pacific not heretofore possessed by Great Britain, the whole of the Malay Archipelago, the seaboard of China and Japan, the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire, the inauguration of a system of Colonial representation in the Imperial Parliament which may tend to weld together the disjointed members of the Empire and, finally, the foundation of so great a Power as to render wars impossible, and promote the best interests of humanity.”
In his later wills, a more mature Rhodes abandoned the idea and instead concentrated on what became the Rhodes Scholarship, which had British statesman Alfred Milner as one of its trustees.
Established in 1902, the original goal of the trust fund was to foster peace among the great powers by creating a sense of fraternity and a shared world view among future British, American, and German leaders by having enabled them to study for free at the University of Oxford.
Milner and British official Lionel George Curtis were the architects of the Round Table movement, a network of organizations promoting closer union between Britain and its self-governing colonies.
To this end, Curtis founded the Royal Institute of International Affairs in June 1919 and, with his 1938 book The Commonwealth of God, began advocating for the creation of an imperial federation that eventually re-annexes the U.S., which would be presented to Protestant churches as being the work of the Christian God to elicit their support.
The Commonwealth of Nations was created in 1949 but it would only be a free association of independent states rather than the powerful imperial federation imagined by Rhodes, Milner and Curtis.
The Council on Foreign Relations began in 1917 with a group of New York academics who were asked by President Woodrow Wilson to offer options for the foreign policy of the United States in the interwar period.
Originally envisioned as a British-American group of scholars and diplomats, some of whom belonging to the Round Table movement, it was a subsequent group of 108 New York financiers, manufacturers and international lawyers organized in June 1918 by Nobel Peace Prize recipient and U.S. secretary of state, Elihu Root, that became the Council on Foreign Relations on 29 July 1921. The first of the council’s projects was a quarterly journal launched in September 1922, called Foreign Affairs.
Some believe that the Council on Foreign Relations is a front organization for the Round Table as a tool of the "Anglo-American Establishment", which they believe has been plotting from 1900 on to rule the world.
The research findings of historian Carroll Quigley, author of the 1966 book Tragedy and Hope, are taken by both conspiracy theorists of the American Old Right (Cleon Skousen) and New Left (Carl Oglesby) to substantiate this view, even though he argued that the Establishment is not involved in a plot to implement a one-world government but rather British and American benevolent imperialism driven by the mutual interests of economic elites in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Quigley also argued that, although the Round Table still exists today, its position in influencing the policies of world leaders has been much reduced from its heyday during World War I and slowly waned after the end of World War II and the Suez Crisis. Today it is largely a ginger group, designed to consider and gradually influence the policies of the Commonwealth of Nations, but faces strong opposition.
Furthermore, in American society after 1965, the problem, according to Quigley, was that no elite was in charge and acting responsibly.
American banker David Rockefeller joined the Council on Foreign Relations as its youngest-ever director in 1949 and subsequently became chairman of the board from 1970 to 1985; today he serves as honorary chairman.
In 2002, Rockefeller authored his autobiography Memoirs wherein, on page 405, he wrote:
“For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents... to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions.
Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure - one world, if you will.
If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”
Barkun argues that this statement is partly facetious (the claim of "conspiracy" or "treason") and partly serious - the desire to encourage trilateral cooperation among the U.S., Europe, and Japan, for example - an ideal that used to be a hallmark of the internationalist wing of the Republican Party when there was an internationalist wing.
However, the statement is taken at face value and widely cited by conspiracy theorists as proof that the Council on Foreign Relations (itself alleged to be a front for an "international banking cabal", as well as, it is claimed, the sponsor of many "globalist" think tanks such as the Trilateral Commission) uses its role as the brain trust of American presidents, senators and representatives to manipulate them into supporting a New World Order.
Conspiracy theorists fear that the international bankers of financial capitalism are planning to eventually subvert the independence of the U.S. by subordinating national sovereignty to a strengthened Bank for International Settlements with the intent to,
“create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole”.
In a 13 November 2007 interview with Canadian journalist Benjamin Fulford, Rockefeller countered:
“I don't think that I really feel that we need a world government. We need governments of the world that work together and collaborate. But, I can't imagine that there would be any likelihood or even that it would be desirable to have a single government elected by the people of the world...
There have been people, ever since I've had any kind of position in the world, who have accused me of being ruler of the world. I have to say that I think for the large part, I would have to decide to describe them as crackpots. It makes no sense whatsoever, and isn't true, and won't be true, and to raise it as a serious issue seems to me to be irresponsible.”
Some American social critics, such as Laurence H. Shoup, argue that the Council on Foreign Relations is an "imperial brain trust", which has, for decades, played a central behind-the-scenes role in shaping U.S. foreign policy choices for the post-WWII international order and the Cold War, by determining what options show up on the agenda and what options do not even make it to the table; while others, such as G. William Domhoff, argue that it is in fact a mere policy discussion forum, which provides the business input to U.S. foreign policy planning.
The latter argue that it has nearly 3,000 members, far too many for secret plans to be kept within the group; all the council does is sponsor discussion groups, debates and speakers; and as far as being secretive, it issues annual reports and allows access to its historical archives.

8. The Illuminati

The Order of the Illuminati was an Enlightenment-age secret society founded on May 1st, 1776, in Ingolstadt (Upper Bavaria), by Adam Weishaupt, who was the first lay professor of canon law at the University of Ingolstadt.
The movement consisted of freethinkers, secularists, liberals, republicans and pro-feminists, recruited in the Masonic Lodges of Germany, who sought to promote perfectionism through mystery schools.
As a result, in 1785, the order was infiltrated, broken and suppressed by the government agents of Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria, in his campaign to neutralize the threat of secret societies ever becoming hotbeds of conspiracies to overthrow the monarchy and state religion.
In the late 18th century, reactionary conspiracy theorists, such as Scottish physicist John Robison and French Jesuit priest Augustin Barruel, began speculating that the Illuminati survived their suppression and became the masterminds behind the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror.
The Illuminati were accused of being enlightened absolutists who were attempting to secretly orchestrate a world revolution in order to globalize the most radical ideals of the Enlightenment: anti-clericalism, anti-monarchism, and anti-patriarchalism. During the 19th century, fear of an Illuminati conspiracy was a real concern of European ruling classes, and their oppressive reactions to this unfounded fear provoked in 1848 the very revolutions they sought to prevent.
Although many say that the Illuminati was disbanded and destroyed so long ago, it is well known that the Rothschild dynasty following the family’s involvement in the secret order in Bavaria received much attention for its major takeover of Europe’s central banks.
The Rothschild dynasty owns roughly half of the world’s wealth and evidence suggests it has funded both sides of major wars, including the United States Civil War.

9. The Trilateral Commission

The Trilateral Commission is a private organization, established to foster closer cooperation among the United States, Europe and Japan.
It was founded in July 1973 at the initiative of David Rockefeller, who was Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations at that time. The Trilateral Commission is widely seen as a counterpart to the Council on Foreign Relations.
In July 1972, Rockefeller called his first meeting, which was held at Rockefeller's Pocantico compound in New York's Hudson Valley. It was attended by about 250 individuals who were carefully selected and screened by Rockefeller and represented the very elite of finance and industry.
Its first executive committee meeting was held in Tokyo in October 1973. The Trilateral Commission was officially initiated, holding biannual meetings.
A Trilateral Commission Task Force Report, presented at the 1975 meeting in Kyoto, Japan, called An Outline for Remaking World Trade and Finance, said:
"Close Trilateral cooperation in keeping the peace, in managing the world economy, and in fostering economic development and in alleviating world poverty, will improve the chances of a smooth and peaceful evolution of the global system."
Another Commission document read:
"The overriding goal is to make the world safe for interdependence by protecting the benefits which it provides for each country against external and internal threats which will constantly emerge from those willing to pay a price for more national autonomy.
This may sometimes require slowing the pace at which interdependence proceeds, and checking some aspects of it. More frequently however, it will call for checking the intrusion of national government into the international exchange of both economic and non-economic goods."

March 29, 1981 News Clip on Trilateral Commission:
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May 2, 1995 News Clip on Trilateral Commission:
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Game Thread: Dallas Cowboys (3-5) at Philadelphia Eagles (4-4)

Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

First Second Third Fourth Final
Cowboys 3 10 0 14 27
Eagles 0 3 10 7 20
  • General information
Coverage Odds
NBC Philadelphia -7.5 O/U 45.5
Weather
37°F/Wind 5mph/Clear sky/No precipitation expected
  • Game Stats
Passing Cmp/Att Yds Tds Ints
D.Prescott 26/36 270 1 0
C.Wentz 32/44 360 2 1
Rushing Car Yds Lng Tds
E.Elliott 19 151 35 1
J.Adams 7 47 29 0
Receiving Rec Yds Lng Tds
A.Cooper 6 75 24 0
A.Hurns 2 40 23 0
Z.Ertz 14 145 23 2
N.Agholor 5 83 51 0
  • Scoring Summary
Team Q Type Drive
DAL 1 FG B.Maher 25 yd. Field Goal Drive: 9 plays, 31 yards in 3:46
DAL 2 FG B.Maher 31 yd. Field Goal Drive: 14 plays, 64 yards in 8:09
PHI 2 FG J.Elliott 56 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 35 yards in 2:08
DAL 2 TD D.Prescott 1 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 8 plays, 75 yards in 1:14
PHI 3 FG J.Elliott 26 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 47 yards in 3:21
PHI 3 TD Z.Ertz 15 yd. pass from C.Wentz (J.Elliott kick is good) Drive: 10 plays, 68 yards in 5:31
DAL 4 TD E.Elliott 7 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards in 5:26
PHI 4 TD Z.Ertz 1 yd. pass from C.Wentz (J.Elliott kick is good) Drive: 7 plays, 74 yards in 4:15
DAL 4 TD E.Elliott 1 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 8 plays, 75 yards in 4:08
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Game Thread: Dallas Cowboys (2-2) at Houston Texans (1-3)

Dallas Cowboys at Houston Texans

First Second Third Fourth OT Final
Cowboys 6 0 7 3 0 16
Texans 0 10 3 3 3 19
  • General information
Coverage Odds
NBC Houston -3.5 O/U 45.5
Weather
79°F/Wind 12mph/Partly cloudy/No precipitation expected
  • Game Stats
Passing Cmp/Att Yds Tds Ints
D.Prescott 18/29 208 1 2
D.Watson 33/44 375 1 1
Rushing Car Yds Lng Tds
E.Elliott 20 54 14 0
A.Blue 20 46 17 0
Receiving Rec Yds Lng Tds
G.Swaim 3 55 43 0
T.Austin 1 44 44 0
D.Hopkins 9 151 49 0
A.Blue 8 73 28 0
  • Scoring Summary
Team Q Type Drive
DAL 1 FG B.Maher 27 yd. Field Goal Drive: 9 plays, 66 yards in 4:57
DAL 1 FG B.Maher 43 yd. Field Goal Drive: 5 plays, 37 yards in 2:38
HOU 2 TD K.Coutee 1 yd. pass from D.Watson (K.Fairbairn kick is good) Drive: 8 plays, 70 yards in 4:30
HOU 2 FG K.Fairbairn 20 yd. Field Goal Drive: 12 plays, 79 yards in 5:57
DAL 3 TD A.Hurns 3 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 5 plays, 16 yards in 1:59
HOU 3 FG K.Fairbairn 21 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 26 yards in 2:53
HOU 4 FG K.Fairbairn 19 yd. Field Goal Drive: 9 plays, 59 yards in 4:58
DAL 4 FG B.Maher 48 yd. Field Goal Drive: 5 plays, 45 yards in 2:52
HOU 5 FG K.Fairbairn 36 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 72 yards in 3:43
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Game Thread: New York Giants (0-1) at Dallas Cowboys (0-1)

New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

First Second Third Fourth Final
Giants 0 0 3 10 13
Cowboys 10 0 3 7 20
  • General information
Coverage Odds
NBC Dallas -3 O/U 41.5
Weather
82°F/Wind 3mph/Partly cloudy/No precipitation expected
  • Game Stats
Passing Cmp/Att Yds Tds Ints
E.Manning 33/44 279 1 0
D.Prescott 16/25 160 1 0
Rushing Car Yds Lng Tds
S.Barkley 11 28 10 0
E.Elliott 17 78 19 1
Receiving Rec Yds Lng Tds
S.Barkley 14 80 18 0
E.Engram 7 67 18 1
T.Austin 2 79 64 1
D.Thompson 4 33 12 0
  • Scoring Summary
Team Q Type Drive
DAL 1 TD T.Austin 64 yd. pass from D.Prescott (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 3 plays, 75 yards in 1:34
DAL 1 FG B.Maher 37 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 64 yards in 3:58
DAL 3 FG B.Maher 29 yd. Field Goal Drive: 6 plays, 16 yards in 2:39
NYG 3 FG A.Rosas 28 yd. Field Goal Drive: 11 plays, 66 yards in 6:12
DAL 4 TD E.Elliott 6 yd. run (B.Maher kick is good) Drive: 14 plays, 82 yards in 8:23
NYG 4 TD E.Engram 18 yd. pass from E.Manning (A.Rosas kick is good) Drive: 11 plays, 75 yards in 4:18
NYG 4 FG A.Rosas 38 yd. Field Goal Drive: 8 plays, 33 yards in 1:16
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