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We tried Drew Barrymore’s Flower Beauty hair tools on textured hair

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As a Black woman with type 4 hair, I don’t necessarily trust hair tools from brands that claim they’re “for all hair types.” With that said, one of Drew Barrymore’s new Flower Beauty hair tools kind of made me eat my words. 

Hopefully, you’re no stranger to Barrymore’s Flower Beauty makeup brand. Now, the actor and talk show host is expanding the line with six new Flower Beauty hair tools. The line includes an Ionic Pro Dryer, a travel Ionic Pro Dryer, a Ceramic Straightening Brush, a Ceramic Styling Iron, a Titanium Rotating Styling Iron and — the device I tried — the Ionic Volumizing Styler.

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How Blackhawks’ draft pick Drew Commesso’s goaltending style is like Corey Crawford’s

It’s possible the Blackhawks’ second-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft, goalie Drew Commesso, will always share a connection with Corey Crawford.

The Hawks’ need to select a goalie, which is likely the reason they attempted to trade up in the first round this year, is due to Crawford’s short-term future with the team. The two-time Stanley Cup champ, currently an unrestricted free agent, said if he stays in Chicago a one or two-year deal would best suit him.

It was previously reported the Hawks offered the 35-year-old netminder a one-year deal, but an agreement has yet to be reached with free agency opening up on Friday at 11 a.m. CT. The Blackhawks recently came into a surplus of cap space that should allow them to extend Crawford, but another starter would still be needed after he shortly departs.

Beyond Crawford opening up a need for a goalie of the

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Fantasy Football Rankings Week 4, 2020: Model that beat experts says start Joe Burrow, sit Drew Brees

Fantasy football owners have been challenged with difficult start-sit decisions throughout the entire 2020 NFL season. The Giants have struggled on offense, but owners who are desperate for help at running back are still trying to decide if there’s any value in Devonta Freeman, Dion Lewis or Wayne Gallman. Should any of them be ranked high in your Week 4 Fantasy football rankings? Meanwhile, Michael Thomas (ankle) owners are hunting for a replacement in hopes he’ll be one of the top Fantasy football picks next week.

Unless your roster is loaded with must-starts like Russell Wilson, Alvin Kamara, Kenny Golladay, and Jonathan Taylor, then you’ll need a little help for all of the difficult choices you’re faced with in Week 4. Before you lock in your Fantasy football lineups, be sure to check out the Week 4 Fantasy football rankings from the proven computer model at SportsLine.

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Fantasy Football Rankings Week 4, 2020: Model that beat experts says start Mike Davis, sit Drew Brees

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Players like Lamar Jackson, Dak Prescott, Russell Wilson, Ezekiel Elliott and Alvin Kamara are obvious Fantasy football picks on a weekly basis regardless of matchup. However, deciding on players like Devin Singletary, Leonard Fournette or Mark Ingram can be tougher calls that could come down to the Fantasy football matchups. That’s where a reliable set of Week 4 Fantasy football rankings can help.

Is Ingram a strong Fantasy football pick this week as the Ravens take on Washington as heavy favorites? And how should every player factor into your Week 4 Fantasy football strategy? Before you lock in your Fantasy football lineups, be sure to check out the Week 4 Fantasy football rankings from the proven computer model at SportsLine.

When it comes to ranking players, their model beat human experts in

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Fantasy Football Rankings Week 4, 2020: Model that beat experts says start Allen Lazard, sit Drew Brees

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The Bears replaced a struggling Mitchell Trubisky with Nick Foles on Sunday, and the former Super Bowl MVP led Chicago to an improbable comeback against the Falcons. Bears coach Matt Nagy has already confirmed Foles will be the starter for Chicago’s Week 4 matchup against the Colts. Foles threw for 188 yards, three touchdowns and one interception in a double-digit comeback, but where should he be in your Fantasy football rankings?

The Colts held the Jets to just seven points last week, although Indianapolis’ defense gave up three touchdown passes to Gardner Minshew in Week 1. Does that mean Foles could be a sleeper in your Week 4 Fantasy football picks? And where will he stack up against fellow quarterbacks like Tom Brady, Jared Goff and Cam Newton in the Week 4

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Fantasy Football Rankings Week 4, 2020: Model that beat experts says start James Robinson, sit Drew Brees

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Fantasy football owners who selected Seahawks running back Chris Carson early in their drafts received unwelcome news this week. Carson, who’s recorded 14 or more carries in each of the last two weeks, is expected to miss one to two weeks due to a knee sprain he suffered in Seattle’s victory over Dallas. How will Carson’s absence affect players like Russell Wilson, Carlos Hyde and DK Metcalf in the Week 4 Fantasy football rankings? 

Hyde has experience as a No. 1 running back and could be one of the main benefactors with Carson out of the lineup. Is Hyde a safe play against the Dolphins in Week 4? Or are there better Fantasy football matchups out there to exploit? Before you lock in your Fantasy football lineups, be sure to check out

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