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In the November 2 newsletter:
Weekly power rankings of NFL teams and Succession characters, what to watch on Netflix this month, and a visit from Cousin Sal to The Bill Simmons Podcast

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Are the Patriots on the Verge of a Breakout?

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New England no longer has the luxury of leaning on the greatest quarterback of all time. But on Sunday, the Pats proved they can hang with an AFC contender.

[Kaelen Jones on the latest resurgence of New England.]

The Ringer Guide to Streaming in November

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The Thanksgiving month brings extra family time. Thankfully, it also brings new shows on Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, and Disney+.

[Join us for our monthly streaming recommendations.]

NFL Power Rankings: The Matthew Stafford–Cooper Kupp Connection Is Ridiculous

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Plus, A.J. Brown has arrived just in time for the Titans, Justin Fields finally showed some promise, and Mike White breathed life into the Jets

[Join Danny Kelly as he updates his NFL power rankings.]

A Chaotic Week in the NFL | The Bill Simmons Podcast

Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss a truly bizarre week of games in the NFL, including the Jets' upset of the Bengals and the Cowboys beating the Vikings despite not having Dak Prescott.

Succession Season 3 Power Rankings, Week 3: The Last Eunuch in the Forbidden City

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As the FBI closes in, Shiv gets what she wants and Kendall gets roasted by a trendy late-night host

[Justin Sayles ranks the characters after the latest episode of Succession.]

Deep Trouble: Why LeBron Is Shooting More 3s Than Ever Before

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Nearly half of LeBron’s shots this season are coming from long range. Is Father Time catching up? Or is the Russell Westbrook effect forcing James away from the basket?

[Zach Kram on LeBron James's sudden reliance on 3-pointers.]
“Well, this may come as a shock to you, but in my game, I'm the bad guy, and I live in the garbage.”
—Wreck-It Ralph, Wreck-It Ralph
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