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08.11.2019 10:34
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The Giants offense didn’t gain many yards in the first half , but they were able to avoid turnovers.That hasn’t been the case in the second half. Eli Manning lost the ball while being sacked by Kamalei Correa in the third quarter and Jurrell Casey fell on the ball to give the Titans possession on the Giants’ 14-yard-line. The Giants defense held twice after Derrick Henry ran the ball to lip of the end zone, but a facemask penalty by Josh Mauro gave Tennessee new life.Henry took advantage with his second rushing touchdown of the afternoon and the Titans now lead 14-0 with just over two minutes left in the third. Henry is up to 151 rushing yards and has scored the last six touchdowns for Tennessee.Manning’s fumble was his second turnover of the day and it’s been a miserable one for the veteran quarterback. Manning is 12-of-27 for 154 yards and has been sacked three times while playing without both Odell Beckham and any support from the running game. Tom Brady‘s bid for a trademark on a nickname some use for him has been met with opposition from Baseball Hall of Famer Tom Seaver’s fans and former teammates.Trademark lawyer Josh Gerben noted that Brady’s company TEB Capital recently filed for trademarks on “Tom Terrific” for use on various collectibles and clothing products. Gerben also notes that the trademarks were filed on a 1B basis , which indicates that the company intends to use these trademarks.Players seeking such trademarks is nothing new, but the fact that the nickname was also used for Seaver during his time in the majors has rankled some people. That group includes Seaver’s Mets teammates Ed Kranepool and Art Shamsky , former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason and Mets fans who organized a small gathering to object to Brady’s proposed trademark.There has been no comment from Seaver, who has retired from public life while dealing with dementia , or his family about the matter.A cartoon called “Tom Terrific” predated Seaver, so the name has been kicking around for some time. We’ll see if any of that winds up leading Brady to stick with TB12 and other merchandising avenues in the future.

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