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Tweet Dreams w/ Alexandra Daddario

Alexandra Daddario sits down backstage at the Late Late Show to read some of the weird and hilarious dreams about her that fans have posted to Twitter.

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Robinson, R. – Jax (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for James Robinson, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars (6/23) Advice: Robinson quickly emerged as a must-start Fantasy running back in 2020, but that probably won’t be the case in 2021 after the Jaguars invested a first-round pick in Clemson’s Travis Etienne. Robinson still figures to open the season as the No. 1 RB for the Jaguars, but he definitely won’t be dominating the work like he did as a rookie, with Urban Meyer already saying he views Etienne as the third-round back. Robinson can still have value if he gets 200 carries and, say, 40 targets, but even that is no guarantee. Ideally, you would see something like the Mark Ingram/Alvin Kamara backfield split from Kamara’s rookie season where both were must-start players, but this Jaguars offense is unlikely to be as valuable as that Saints backfield was. Robinson was a must-start back in 2020, so this is a disappointing outcome, and it probably moves Robinson into the RB3 discussion on Draft Day. If you can get him in the fifth round or later, he can be a valuable piece, but he’s unlikely to be a difference maker now. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 1.04 — 5.01
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Born: August 9, 1998, Rockford, IL

Adams, D. – GB (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Davante Adams, WR, Green Bay Packers (6/23) Advice: Adams has been arguably the best receiver in football over the past three seasons and should be the first receiver selected on Draft Day. Adams is worth a first-round pick in any league where catches count and an early second in non-PPR. Over the past three seasons he’s averaged 121 catches, 1,466 yards, and 14 touchdowns per 16 games. In 2020 he was 3.7 PPR Fantasy points per game better than the No. 2 wide receiver, Tyreek Hill. There should be little doubt Adams will be among the league leaders in targets, catches, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns as long as he stays healthy. The only possible concern for Adams would be the chance the Aaron Rodgers forces his way out of Green Bay. In that scenario, Adams could fall outside of the top five Fantasy receivers. Even at 28, Adams is in the conversation for the No. 1 Dynasty receiver, but that probably won’t be the case after 2021. In other words, if you’re not a contender, this is the prime time to sell Adams in a Dynasty league. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 1.01 — 2.02
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Ekeler, A. – LAC (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Austin Ekeler, RB, Los Angeles Chargers (6/23) Advice: Austin Ekeler’s reception-heavy upside carries him as a first-round value in PPR formats, but not necessarily in non-PPR. He followed up his breakout 2019 season with a modest 2020 thanks in part to a hamstring injury that cost him six starts. Still, the Chargers rusher averaged 93.3 total yards per game, just 3.6 yards off his 2019 average. He also averaged 5.4 receptions per game, 0.4 grabs off what he did a year prior. Ekeler has comfortably moved into the lead role, but he still has work to do when it comes to getting carries near the goal line (one last year, six the year before) and heavy workloads (15-plus touches in just 17 of his past 40 games). Maybe that puts Ekeler toward the beginning of Round 2 in non- and half-PPR leagues, but the catches he’ll get from game to game keep him in play as a top-10 overall choice in full PPR. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 1.01 — 2.06
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Born: May 17, 1995, Lincoln, NE

Sutton, C. – Den (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Courtland Sutton, WR, Denver Broncos (6/23) Advice: The hope is that Courtland Sutton comes back better than ever from a torn ACL suffered in Week 1 of last season. The stakes couldn’t be higher — Sutton is entering a contract year and could be among the league’s highest-paid receivers with a big campaign. But when we last saw him regularly in 2019, he had a 58% catch rate (54% from Drew Lock), 7.8 targets per game (8.0 with Lock) and didn’t have to share the field with Jerry Jeudy. Since Sutton’s injury, Lock’s made no improvement as a passer, nor has Jeudy nor fellow 2020 rookie K.J. Hamler become established pass catchers. So there’s certainly a chance Sutton can re-emerge to help Fantasy managers, but it’s going to be tough if he’s sharing targets more frequently and doesn’t have a strong catch rate with them. Round 6 is a good time to add Sutton to rosters as a No. 3 option with No. 2 potential. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 4.12 — 8.08
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Born: October 10, 1995, Brenham, TX

Toa Luau

Over the years I have been to Luau’s at the big resorts, at the Polynesian Cultural Center, and at smaller venues. This one was by far the best! The family feeling with the quality and high energy show made it fun for our whole family which ranged from our three adult children to their three little ones. The four year old was engaged the whole time! Even with COVID regulations and masks it did not dampen the fun. Please don’t hesitate to go to this Luau. You won’t be disappointed.

TUNA AND SESAME OMUSUBI (RICE BALLS)

I’m celebrating World Tuna Day with a quick and delicious recipe for tuna and sesame omusubi. Savory, sweet and nutty rice balls filled with crunchy and meaty ingredients – it’s simply delicious! Submit your recipe to win a VISA card or a trip to Fiji – read the post for more info.

Brown, J. – LV (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for John Brown, WR, Las Vegas Raiders (6/23) Advice: John Brown signed with the Raiders this offseason, and he could be the No. 1 receiver in Las Vegas this year. Brown should be considered a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues, and he’s worth drafting with a mid-round pick. Brown had a down season in Buffalo in 2020, which was marred by injuries, and he missed eight games and parts of others. When healthy, he had five outings with at least 13 PPR points in the eight games he appeared in. He should step into Nelson Agholor’s role as the No. 1 receiver for Derek Carr, and Agholor just had 48 catches for 896 yards and eight touchdowns on 82 targets. The Raiders’ top pass-catcher should remain tight end Darren Waller, and we’ll see if Henry Ruggs III can improve in his second year. But Brown should see close to 100 targets and has the chance to be productive in this offense. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 10.03 — 15.12
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Born: April 3, 1990 Homestead, FL

The Best Restaurants In Ventura, 2021

Ventura is perfectly located on the beautiful coast of Southern California. Book your stay with a beautiful view of the California sunset and enjoy some of the best culinary treats in Southern California. Here are some of our favorites.

This is the most unhinged Trump rant about the 2020 election yet

Donald Trump has set a pretty high bar for himself when it comes to wild rants. And yet, over the weekend in a speech to Turning Point Action in Arizona, he managed to outdo himself.

Words – or at least my words – can’t do it justice. So, here’s the former President of the United States:

“The county has, for whatever reason, also refused to produce the network routers. We want the routers, Sonny, Wendy, we got to get those routers, please. The routers. Come on, Kelly, we can get those routers. Those routers. You know what? We’re so beyond the routers, there’s so many fraudulent votes without the routers. But if you got those routers, what that will show, and they don’t want to give up the routers. They don’t want to give them. They are fighting like hell. Why are these commissioners fighting not to give the routers?”

Smith, D. – Phi (WR)

6/23: The Eagles selected rookie DeVonta Smith in the first round of the NFL Draft from Alabama at No. 10 overall, and the Heisman Trophy winner should be Philadelphia’s No. 1 receiver right away. As such, he’s worth drafting with a mid-round pick in seasonal leagues as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver, with the chance to become a weekly starter in all formats. In rookie-only drafts for dynasty leagues, Smith is worth drafting as a top-five overall player. The Eagles needed a player like Smith, who was dominant at Alabama with 117 receptions for 1,856 yards and 23 touchdowns on 148 targets. He has the chance to be a Fantasy star right away given all the targets he should see from quarterback Jalen Hurts this year. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 5.05 — 15.12
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Born: November 14, 1998, Amite City, LA

Drake, K. – LV (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Kenyan Drake, RB, Las Vegas Raiders (6/23) Advice: Don’t rule out drafting Kenyan Drake if you can pluck him at a very good value. How will he fit in behind Josh Jacobs in Las Vegas? Well, Drake was actually more effective in goal-to-go carries with the Cardinals (8 of 19) than Jacobs was last year (5 of 16). The Raiders have also made mention of Drake’s receiving experience — he caught 50-plus passes in 2018 and 2019 while Jacobs averaged 1.9 catches per game in his time with the Raiders. Those could be two of several specialty roles Drake gets with Las Vegas, giving him some mild Fantasy potential. It won’t result in as many touches as he had with Arizona (15.9 carries per game in 2020) unless Jacobs gets hurt or benched for being ineffective, which would then open up Drake to more work. Ultimately, expect no more than 10 touches per game from Drake in a given week, but some of those touches could be catches and touchdowns. Round 8 or 9 feels like the right time to draft Drake as either a top-notch backup or as a starter on a Zero-RB roster. (CBSSports.com)
ADP: 5.03 — 9.02
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Born: January 26, 1994, Powder Springs, GA

Can U.S. Spy Agencies Stop White Terror?

What we had here was a failure to communicate. Again, on January 6—years after numerous investigations and study commissions picked apart the intelligence failures leading up to the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. Last week, America’s security agencies were again caught flat footed when another kind of militant wave, this time pro-Trump fanatics, stormed and trashed the citadel of American democracy, nearly executing what al-Qaeda had failed to do, destroy the U.S. Capitol.

Trump Jr.’s False Noncitizen Voting Tweet

Amid a contentious Florida recount, Donald Trump Jr. tweeted a six-year-old, and outdated, story to suggest hundreds of thousands of noncitizens could have voted in the state. The story includes an update saying just 85 noncitizens were ultimately removed from the state’s voter rolls in 2012.

Italian Fritto Misto

Hand-rolled pasta and focaccia light enough to defy gravity are only some of the things to ogle over at Emilia, Matt Gallaher’s Italian restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee. But the chef’s biggest magic trick of all is his fritto misto, which was as shatteringly crisp at the end of a two-hour dinner as it was when the basket of fried seafood and vegetables first hit our table.

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