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Week Four New York Giants Keys to Victory

Week Four New York Giants Keys to Victory

Also, in their last 5 games in Tampa , the Giants are 4-0-1 ATS, and 5-1-1 in their last 7 games against them overall. Here are five things to watch as the Bucs seek their sixth straight home win, and their first against the Giants since 2003, when Ronde and Tiki Barber were still playing and not calling games together for Fox Sports.


Titans vs. Texans: Preview, score prediction for Week 4

Titans vs. Texans: Preview, score prediction for Week 4

Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans posted arguably their biggest win since he arrived in 2015 after defeating the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3. When punters are in the spotlight, it usually isn't a good thing because it means the offense is struggling. It was the Titans' first offensive possession of the second half.


Puerto Rico Is Getting a Surge of Aid, Governor Says

Puerto Rico Is Getting a Surge of Aid, Governor Says

Trump tweeted after Cruz criticized the White House's response to Maria's disastrous impact on the United States commonwealth. Increasingly though, it would appear Mayor Yulin Cruz seized this natural disaster as a political opportunity to score points as a hero for the people of Puerto Rico, despite not actually working with federal agents in recovery effort.


Muslims take out processions on Muharram

Muslims take out processions on Muharram

Processions carrying tazias and black flags with people beating their chests in ceremonial mourning were taken out across India. With the world observing International Day of Older Persons on Sunday, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in a different statement said it is imperative that initiatives be taken by the state, society and family to ensure the well-being of the elderly.


UK PM May faces new tensions before Conservative conference

UK PM May faces new tensions before Conservative conference

The report comes as Mr Johnson mounts a renewed assault on Theresa May, setting out new "red lines" for Brexit in an interview with The Sun newspaper. It has emerged that Boris Johnson thinks the Prime Minister will be gone in a year - and mocked her for being a "slave" to her advisers. "How can you tolerate somebody like that in your cabinet?" The comments came as May told Tory supporters that this week's party conference is a chance for the Conservatives to look to the future after a ...