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Quarterback Derek Carr threw for Brandon Williams

But Norman didn't stop there. He had words for Crabtree, who has a history of engaging in trash talk with great cornerbacks, most famously Richard Sherman. Sherman said before that he doesn't believe Crabtree is a great receiver, and Norman thought he sucked on Sunday night.

Sherm was right. [Crabtree] ain't going to say he's sorry, but I don't think he's sorry, Norman said. He sucked, to be honest with you. You don't come out here and do that extra stuff, man. We don't play that out here.

Crabtree and Cooper were completely shut out of the game, and you have to give Washington's secondary, led by Norman, credit. Oakland is loaded on offense, and a lot of people didn't believe Washington could rise to the occasion and stifle the the Raiders.

Quarterback Derek Carr threw for Brandon Williams Baltimore Ravens Jersey cheap 118 yards to go along with a touchdown and two interceptions. Carr told reporters after the game that we just got our butt kicked.

Norman is the unquestioned leader of this defense, and he provides an extra spark that this unit hasn't had in a long time. He isn't afraid to challenge the league's best receivers. And Washington showed football fans why you could never underestimate any team in the NFL. Crabtree and Cooper will probably never doubt Washington ever gain. Well, let's hope not.

Ubuntu GNOME Shell in Artful: Day 14

One of the latest thing we wanted to work on as we highlighted on our previous posts is the notification for new emails or download experience on the Shell. We already do ship the KStatusNotifier extension for application indicator, but need a way to signal the user (even if you are not looking at the screen when this happens) for new emails, IM or download/copy progress. Andrea stepped up on this and worked with Dash to Dock upstream to implement the unity API for this. Working with them, as usual, was pleasing and we got the green flag that it’s going to merge to master, with possibly some tweaks, which will make this work available to every Dash to Dock users! It means that after this update, Thunderbird is handily showing the number of unread emails you have in your inbox, thanks to thunderbird-gnome-support that we seeded back with Sébastien. Read more

Download latest Linux-based LibreELEC Krypton -- Kodi addons like Exodus and Covenant will work

The Kodi media center is facing a lot of scrutiny in the media lately. Some people feel that the negative coverage is "fake news." It is important to remember that Kodi is not illegal. With that said, it can be made so with piracy-related addons. Since Kodi is open source, even if the developers removed the ability to install addons, other people could easily fork the code to add it back. Pandora's box cannot be closed. Many people that use Kodi do so with a dedicated Linux-based operating system, such as the excellent LibreELEC. You see, these distros exist only to run the open source media center, meaning there are no resources wasted on unnecessary things. Today, LibreELEC (Krypton) v8.1.2 BETA sees release. You can install it immediately, and don't worry -- your addons like Exodus and Covenant will work fine. Read more

Arduino unveils tiny, battery powered MKR boards for LoRa and 3G

Arduino launched two 67.6 x 25mm boards for wireless IoT nodes based on Atmel’s SAM D21 MCU: The MKR WAN 1300 offers LoRa, and the MKR GSM 1400 provides 3G. At the Maker Faire in New York this weekend, Arduino unveiled two new “MKR” IoT boards with the same 32-bit, Cortex-M0+ based Microchip/Atmel ATSAMD21 MCU used by last December’s MKRZero. Available for pre-order, with shipment in November, both the LoRa enabled, $39 Arduino MKR WAN 1300 and the 2G/3G ready, $69 Arduino MKR GSM 1400 measure 67.6 x 25mm. That’s only slightly larger than the 65 x 25mm MKRZero and earlier, WiFi-enabled MKR1000. Read more