While Netflix is welcoming over 75 titles in April, including a hoard of new and original shows and films, the streaming giant will be saying goodbye to a number of favorites as well. This includes the Philly-centric, Eagles-loving, Oscar winning film, "Silver Linings Playbook." While you still have until April 18 to watch the film that got Jennifer Lawrence an Oscar, the biggest thing to leave the platform is Netflix's James Bond collection - and yes, collection . From the classic days of Sean Connery and Roger Moore to Daniel Craig, "Octopussy," "Goldfinger," "The Spy Who Loved Me," Casino Royale," and a number of others are leaving on April 1. Comedy favorites from the 90's "Billy Madison," "Happy Gilmore," and "American Pie" will be leaving on the 1st as well, along with gal-pal favorite, "Sex and the City: The Movie." Parents reading, take note, because "Happy Feet" will be leaving the streaming giant this month too. This next bit is a just a fair … [Read more...] about Here’s everything that’s leaving Netflix in April
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The Falcons trade up for a Grady Jarrett type on the inside, and the Zac Taylor era in Cincy begins with a new QB by Chris Trapasso @ChrisTrapasso Mar 22, 2019 at 11:33 am ET • 18 min read It is time for a seven-round mock draft. Free agency is essentially done, and we're deep into the pro day schedule, meaning the 2019 NFL Draft is getting close. In this mock, there's two quarterbacks in the top 10, a fall for another signal-caller, and a first-round trade up for a stellar defensive tackle prospect. Let's get to the picks. 1 Cardinals Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma I'd be stunned if Kliff Kingsbury passed on Murray with the top pick.2 49ers Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State I've come around on the 49ers investing another high first-round pick on a defensive lineman. Bosa's the best prospect in this class.3 Jets Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky … [Read more...] about Seven-round NFL Mock Draft: Cowboys start with Round 2 defender, Patriots swipe Josh Rosen, Bears land corner help
Lots of college football bowl games have silly names. However, certain bowls stand above their peers, whether due to absurd sponsors, a weird poetry collision between location and sponsor, or what have you. Setting aside the many bowls whose sponsors are just trying to sell pretty normal products, here are the strangest bowl names ever. Yes, these are all real. 62. Visit Florida Tangerine Bowl (2001) in Orlando All bowls were originally tourism things. The verb shows commitment, and all bowls should use one. Come on down to the Test Drive Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl. 60. (tie) AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl (2008-12) in Shreveport, La.AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl (2014-16) in Houston The company frequently accused of being a pyramid scheme travels the bowl landscape like a medicine salesman in the Wild West. 59. Progressive Gator Bowl (2011) in Jacksonville “The medium-sized animals I eat in one big bite are all locally sourced.” 54. (tie) Blockbuster Bowl (1990-93) in MiamiIBM OS/2 … [Read more...] about The 62 silliest bowl game names of all time
Vince Ellis Detroit Free Press Published 5:54 PM EST Dec 8, 2018 In the final Detroit Pistons mailbag of the year, Free Press sports writer Vince Ellis tackles questions on Andre Drummond’s defense, a potential shooter on the trading block — and SyFy’s new science fiction thriller. The Twitter attacks were in full force during the Pistons’ recent 107-88 victory over the Chicago Bulls. Wendell Carter Jr. scored 28 points, grabbed seven rebounds and had three blocked shots for the Bulls. He scored at will in the third quarter when the Pistons struggled guarding Zach Lavine-Carter pick-and-rolls. Since Andre Drummond is the Pistons’ center, he must be responsible. Right? Eh, it’s more complicated. Look at it in math terms. First-year coach Dwane Casey emphasizes two men to guard the pick-and-roll, leaving three defenders to chase 3-point shooters. A smart strategy in today’s game where teams routinely shoot more than 30 3-pointers per game. … [Read more...] about Detroit Pistons mailbag: Is there interest for Damyean Dotson?
Where will the Wildcats turn now that Snyder has officially retired? Let's take a closer look by Dennis Dodd @dennisdoddcbs 1m ago • 3 min read Kansas State is just getting started after the retirement of Bill Snyder on Sunday. Sources tell CBS Sports the school is casting a wide net to find the best possible replacement for the hall of fame coach.The school is considering hiring a search firm and, as of Sunday, planned to thoroughly vet seven or eight candidates. I get the feeling K-State is in no rush even with the early signing period just about two weeks away. It would rather find the absolute right coach even if that means relying on the traditional National Signing Day in February to get most of its class. I've said it many times: K-State football exists on a cliff every day of its existence as the most isolated campus in major-college football. It must develop players at almost every turn rather than get five-star prospects. The guy to … [Read more...] about Kansas State coaching search: Seth Littrell, Bret Bielema among candidates to replace Bill Snyder