Daniel Craig outshines ‘No Time To Die’ in his final turn as James Bond

It’s been more than a year since No Time to Die was supposed to open in theaters, and while the pandemic is far from over, the movie’s long-overdue release feels like a good omen for an industry that could use it.

Never mind if James Bond can save the world — can he save the movies in the era of COVID and streaming-service domination? I have no idea. I can only say that it’s a poignant pleasure to see Daniel Craig as Bond on the big screen one last time,

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Raiders coach Jon Gruden apologizes after racist email discovered during investigation

Raiders coach Jon Gruden used a racist stereotype to refer to NFL union boss DeMaurice Smith in 2011, according to a recently discovered email.

“Dumboriss Smith has lips the size of michellin tires,” Gruden wrote during the NFL lockout in an email to Bruce Allen, then the GM in Washington.

The email was reported by the Wall Street Journal on Friday; the NFL’s first investigation of the Washington Football Team’s sexual harassment scandals uncovered emails “beyond the scope of that investigation.”

Gruden apologized,

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Game Recap: Cowboys Pull Away For 36-28 Win

Immovable object? Meet unstoppable force.

Dallas came into this showdown on a two-game winning streak, but in facing the undefeated Carolina Panthers, Dak Prescott and company would have to contend with the league’s No. 1 defense in both yards and points allowed.

So much for that. In front of a sellout home crowd, the Cowboys muscled their way to an impressive 36-28 victory, firmly giving notice that this team is indeed a contender.

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Tom Brady beats Patriots in New England return, 19-17

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Tom Brady rallied the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 19-17 victory over the Patriots on a rainy Sunday night in his return to New England, with Ryan Succop hitting the winning 48-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter.

Brady was 22 of 43 for 269 yards with no touchdowns, but engineered the fourth-quarter drive to beat his former team. Ronald Jones added an 8-yard scoring run for defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay (3-1).

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