Fantasy Football K Rankings and Streamers for Week 4

Kickers are largely an afterthought in the fantasy football community. However, many leagues still use kickers in seasonal formats. Here are our fantasy football kicker rankings for Week 4, along with a couple of streamers. 2021 fantasy football Week 4 kicker rankings | 1-15 1. Justin Tucker | Baltimore Ravens @ DEN 2. Tyler Bass | … Read more

Neville Gallimore headlines Cowboys’ IR-to-return players who can now rejoin the team

Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images Dallas Cowboys could be getting a few reinforcements soon. If you’re looking for a saying that adequately describes the feeling around Cowboys Nation right now let me suggest “Laissez les bons temps rouler”, or for all you non-French-Cajun speaking people, “let the good times roll”. Appropriate, right? Fresh off their … Read more

A brief look at Browns/Vikings history

Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images Let’s look back at the games these two teams have played Once again, we start our coverage of this week’s Minnesota Vikings game with a look back at the history between the Vikings and their opponent. This week, the purple will welcome the Cleveland Browns to U.S. Bank Stadium, and … Read more

Fox News host Tucker Carlson called a CNN reporter a ‘midget with the microphone’

Fox News host Tucker Carlson discusses ‘Populism and the Right’ during the National Review Institute’s Ideas Summit at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel March 29, 2019 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Fox News host Tucker Carlson mocked a CNN reporter calling him a “midget with the microphone.” Shimon Prokupecz reported on the anti-vaccine mandate protests … Read more

White House confirms Biden’s opposition to changing Senate filibuster rules in order to raise debt ceiling

U.S. President Joe Biden. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Democrats are running out of time and options to address the impending debt ceiling deadline. The White House on Tuesday, confirmed Biden is opposed to changing the filibuster to increase the limit. Changing the Senate procedural rule would require all 50 Democrats and Kamala Harris’ support. See more … Read more

Seahawks promote Robert Nkemdiche to 53 man roster

Photo by David Berding/Getty Images Sunday the Seattle Seahawks dropped their Week 3 game to the Minnesota Vikings 30-17 after having held a ten point lead during the second quarter. In the loss to the Vikings, defensive lineman Robert Nkemdiche, who was elevated from the practice squad for the second consecutive week, logged the second … Read more

Kene Nwangwu could be making his debut soon

Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports He could start practicing as early as Wednesday Through the first three games of the season, the offensive side of the football really hasn’t been much of an issue for the Minnesota Vikings. However, they could be getting a serious boost on that side of the football here very shortly. It … Read more

How secrets (mis)management is the next big cybersecurity threat – download the 1Password report

Graham Cluley Security News is sponsored this week by the folks at 1Password. Thanks to the great team there for their support! Infrastructure secrets are a major security liability for today’s businesses. Learn the scope and complexity of the secrets management problem with 1Password’s free research report. Growing complexities have turned secrets management into a … Read more

403(b) vs. 401(k): What’s the difference?

403(b)s are for government or non-profit employees, while 401(k)s are offered by for-profit companies. Alyssa Powell/Insider 403(b) and 401(k) plans are similar retirement savings tools offered by employers. The main differences between 403(b)s and 401(k)s are the type an employer can offer and investment options participants have. Both plans give employees options to add after-tax … Read more

A Nazi attack on an ally’s warships introduced the world to a weapon that militaries still love today

A German Dornier Do 217E-2 bomber in 1942 US Navy In September 1943, the Germans launched their erstwhile Italian allies with an attack on their warships. To the surprise of the Italians, the bombs turned and glided toward the warships as they tried to evade. They were one of the world’s first precision-guided munitions – … Read more

10 boho-chic hotels in Tulum, Mexico with dreamy decor, jungle foliage, and beach views

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Tripadvisor Tulum is a design and gastronomy mecca on a turquoise beach overseen by ancient Mayan ruins. Tulum hotels push the limits of beauty and design but some come with astonishingly high prices. We compiled highly-rated Tulum hotels that are also … Read more

Gen X amid the Pandemic: How Their Finances, Shopping Behavior, and Digital Usage Look

Gen Xers’ share of total household wealth is barely half of that held by baby boomers, and impacts brought on by the coronavirus pandemic haven’t helped this financially unstable cohort. In the Gen X amid the Pandemic Report, Insider Intelligence assesses US Gen Xers’ finances and how they’ve been affected by the pandemic. Do you … Read more

Elon Musk mocks Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin flight by saying ‘your rocket can be shorter’ for suborbital launches

Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos. John Locher/AP and Odd Andersen/AFP via Getty Images Elon Musk joked about the shape of Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket at the Code Conference Tuesday. Musk said “your rocket can be shorter” for suboribital flights, prompting laughs from the audience. The heated rivalry between Musk and Bezos often shows up … Read more

Steelers Week 4 Protected Practice Squad Player List Includes Charlton, Joseph, Samuels

The Pittsburgh Steelers have now identified their protected practice squad players for Week 4 and this week’s list includes just three in total as of Tuesday evening, according the NFL’s official transaction sheet. Protected by the Steelers on their practice squad for Week 4 were outside linebacker Taco Charlton, defensive back Karl Joseph and running … Read more

Privacy experts aren’t thrilled by Amazon’s rolling surveillance robot

Maybe don’t put an autonomous, internet-connected, mobile video camera inside your home. That’s the advice of security experts responding to Amazon’s new roving surveillance robot, dubbed Astro. While pitched as a plucky new addition to the household that customers can think of as “part of their family,” the $1,499.99 robot unveiled Tuesday opens up homes … Read more