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    by J.D. Davidson   A new report ranks Ohio with one of the worst overall tax rates in the country as the tax filing deadline approaches. The report, released by the personal finance website WalletHub, was teamed with the group’s annual taxpayer survey, which showed more than 70% of Americans believe more tax relief is necessary because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “The COVID-19 pandemic will contribute to some Americans not paying their taxes on time this year. According to a new WalletHub survey, 44 million Americans expect that they will pay their taxes late due to the pandemic,” Jill Gonzalez, a WalletHub analyst, said. Ohioans, according to the report, deal with the some of the worst tax rates in four out of five key areas. The state ranked 43rd in overall effective state and local taxes and 49th in income tax. Ohio’s real estate tax is 39th in the country, and its sales and excise taxes rank 32nd. All that comes after Gov. Mike DeWine signed into a law in July a budget that included a 3% across-the-board income tax reduction. “Ohio has the ninth-highest...
    JACKSONVILLE (0-3) at CINCINNATI (2-1) Thursday, 8:20 p.m. EDT, NFL Network OPENING LINE: Bengals by 7 1/2, according to FanDuel SportsBook AGAINST THE SPREAD: Jaguars 0-3, Bengals 3-0. SERIES RECORD: Jaguars lead 13-10. LAST MEETING: Bengals beat Jaguars 33-25 on Oct. 4, 2020, in Cincinnati. LAST WEEK: Jaguars lost to Cardinals 31-19; Bengals beat Steelers 24-10. JAGUARS OFFENSE: OVERALL (23), RUSH (18), PASS (27), SCORING (27). JAGUARS DEFENSE: OVERALL (29), RUSH (17), PASS (28), SCORING (28). BENGALS OFFENSE: OVERALL (28), RUSH (17), PASS (28), SCORING (T-17). BENGALS DEFENSE: OVERALL (8), RUSH (8), PASS (14), SCORING (6). TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Jaguars minus-8; Bengals minus-1. JAGUARS PLAYER TO WATCH: RB James Robinson is coming off his best game of the season, carrying 15 times for 88 yards and a touchdown. He averaged a season-best 5.9 yards per carry, with a long of 21. He also had 46 receiving yards. BENGALS PLAYER TO WATCH: WR Ja’Marr Chase, after dropping passes throughout the preseason, has 11 catches on 16 targets with four touchdowns. He caught two of Joe Burrow’s TD passes in the win over...
    Funny celebrity photos for September 2021 These robotics and automation stocks could climb up to 68% in the next year With the kickoff of another exciting college football season, it's time to look at the updated list of best prospects for the 2022 NFL Draft class. There is plenty of strength at the top of Sporting News' latest big board, with quarterbacks (who else?) carrying the most buzz, whether from the Power 5 or smaller schools. Wide receivers and offensive linemen also shine brightly in the spotlight, mixed in with some elite impact defenders. Here's scouting out the players to watch most for earning first- or second-round status next April: NFL MOCK DRAFT 2022: Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Cincinnati players dominate Round 1 © Provided by Sporting News Derek-Stingley-091119-GETTY-FTR.jpg NFL Draft prospects 2022: Big board of top 50 players   1. Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU (6-1, 195 pounds) Stingley is one of the most dynamic cornerback prospects ever with his pedigree and playmaking resume. He's got great size and speed and can often win his battles with his...
    76,000 California inmates eligible for early release through good behavior credits Fire kills 18 COVID-19 patients in India hospital as country reports more than 400,000 new cases for 1st time It's never too early to look at the 2022 NFL Draft, no matter what the mock draft detractors say.   Sporting News built its first Top 50 Big Board for next season, and that list is heavy on quarterbacks and receivers. A total of six quarterbacks and seven receivers cracked the top 50, a nod to the importance of those two positions on the last two national championship teams at Alabama and LSU.   North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell is the top player on the board for now, but the competition for that top QB spot will be more competitive now that Clemson's Trevor Lawrence is in the pro game.   MORE: Ranking the top 10 QBs in the 2022 NFL Draft Ohio State and Alabama – which played in last year's CFP championship game — have the most players on this list with six apiece.   Here is a look at the best...
    Justin Fields is one of the top quarterback prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft class, but general managers may be hesitant on selecting him next Thursday after he shared medical information with teams across the league. According to the NFL Network, Fields has confirmed during the pre-draft process that he is managing epilepsy, which is a neurological disorder that can cause seizures. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Doctors do not believe that it has affected his play on the field and he may eventually outgrow it because other family members have. Fields’ symptoms have been less frequent over the past few years, the report stated. Ohio State head football coach Ryan Day took his thoughts to Twitter to address the situation. EX-JETS QB MARK SANCHEZ HAS ADVICE FOR PRESUMPTIVE NO. 2 PICK ZACH WILSON ABOUT PLAYING IN NEW YORK "Justin’s health, toughness and work ethic have never been an issue and I am incredibly proud of his professionalism and the character he displays on and off the field.  The fact that he never missed a game at Ohio State...
    Getty Justin Fields #1 of the Ohio State Buckeyes throws a second half touchdown against the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium on November 30, 2019 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Ohio State won the game 56-27. The Chicago Bears may have already publicly declared that Andy Dalton will be their starting quarterback next season, but the hope that they can still dream bigger in the 2021 NFL draft hasn’t died yet. Former Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields held his second Pro Day on Wednesday at the Buckeyes’ facilities, where he went through a workout run by NFL coaches who had come to scout the presumptive first-round quarterback prospect. Earlier in the day, Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated had confirmed at least six NFL teams would be in attendance for Fields’ second workout, but the list of attendees did not originally include the Bears until head coach Matt Nagy was spotted in pictures shared to Ohio State Football’s official Twitter account. Where will @justnfields go? ????#GoBuckeyes #DevelopedHere pic.twitter.com/cdeWra23rZ — Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) April 14, 2021 ALL the latest...
    Patriots coach Bill Belichick was one of the many recognizable NFL figures in attendance at Alabama’s pro day Tuesday, where quarterback Mac Jones worked out and attempted to improve his 2021 NFL Draft stock. On at least one throw, he didn’t do such a good job of it – and cameras caught the evidence. After Jones overthrew a deep ball, the broadcast cut to a shot of Belichick standing with Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. Looking on at Jones, Belichick appears to be shaking his head in disapproval. Jones had an average day throwing the ball, connecting on a number of deep throws but missing on others. On another overthrow, the camera panned to 49ers GM Kyle Shanahan, who notably attended Jones’ workout instead of Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields’ after San Francisco traded up to the No. 3 overall pick in the draft. Perhaps Belichick was shaking his head at something McDaniels said, but the results for Jones weren’t nearly as impressive as they were for Fields, who lit up Ohio State’s pro day with an impressive number...
    The biggest acts snubbed by the Country Music Hall of Fame The Most Expensive Suburbs in Every State The big pool of prospects for the 2021 NFL Draft is heating up with the first round on April 29 fast approaching. When polling draft analysts and experts, there will be natural varied opinion across the board on what's a talented, top-heavy class on both sides of the ball. Much has changed with the stock of future pro players since the beginning of the year with team watching more film and gathering insight from all-star games, pro days and other workouts. Values will continue to fluctuate as teams settle their veteran rosters after free agency. Based on current evaluations and related buzz around them, here's the latest look at the top overall NFL draft prospects for 2021 plus how all the players stack up against each other by position: NFL MOCK DRAFT: 49ers, Eagles' trades with Dolphins cause shakeup; Cowboys, Broncos benefit © Provided by [DO NOT USE]Sporting News trevor-lawrence-Getty-FTR-072420.jpg NFL Draft prospects 2021: Big board of top 100 players 1. Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson (6-6, 213 pounds) Lawrence is locked...
    All Star Musicals viewers left speechless after Dr Ranjs talent How to help Asian Americans under attack The pool of prospects for the 2021 NFL Draft is just getting its feet wet leading up to April's selection meeting. When polling draft analysts and experts, there will be natural varied opinion across the board on what's a talented, top-heavy class on both sides of the ball. Much has changed with the stock of future pro players since the beginning of the college football season. Values will continue to fluctuate with the Senior Bowl down and satellite NFL Scouting Combine workouts around the corner. Based on current evaluations and related buzz around them from teams, here's the latest look at the top overall NFL draft prospects for 2021 plus how all the players stack up against each other by position: NFL MOCK DRAFT: Jets, Patriots, Dolphins build on busy free agency; 49ers bet on Mac Jones; Bears miss top QBs NFL Draft prospects 2021: Big board of top 50 players 1. Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson (6-6, 220 pounds) Lawrence is locked and loaded as the top prospect at his position...
    Cases fall, variant cases multiply in US; IRS wont push back tax deadline: Latest COVID-19 updates What happened last week? The Senate held Trumps second impeachment trial, acquitting the former president. NFL draft prospects 2021: Big board of top 50 players overall, updated position rankings The pool of prospects for the 2021 NFL Draft is just getting its feet wet leading up to April's selection meeting. When polling draft analysts and experts, there will be natural varied opinion across the board on what's a talented, top-heavy class on both sides of the ball. Much has changed with the stock of future pro players since the beginning of the college football season. Values will continue to fluctuate with the Senior Bowl down and satellite NFL Scouting Combine workouts around the corner. Based on current evaluations and related buzz around them from teams, here's the latest look at the top overall NFL draft prospects for 2021 plus how all the players stack up against each other by position: NFL MOCK DRAFT 2021: Deshaun Watson looms large for Jets, Dolphins; Cowboys, Patriots make luxury picks © Provided by Sporting News...
    Trey Sermon is leaving Ohio State and headed to the 2021 NFL Draft. As much as Justin Fields was responsible for Ohio State’s championship-caliber offense, Ryan Day wants to run the football first and foremost, and running back Trey Sermon made the Buckeyes just as feared on the ground as they were in the air. Sermon, who ran for 870 yards this season and dominated Northwestern in the Big Ten Championship Game, is officially saying goodbye to Day and Ohio State with the running back headed to the NFL Draft. Sermon confirmed he is leaving with a Twitter post on Sunday afternoon. After getting injured on the opening drive of the National Championship Game, Sermon’s absence was felt in the Buckeyes’ loss to Alabama. ????????❤️ pic.twitter.com/h0h8YrJNrI — Trey Sermon (@treyera) January 17, 2021 Trey Sermon established himself as a mid-round pick this seasonSermon arrived in Columbus this season as a transfer after gradually losing touches in Lincoln Riley’s pass-happy offense at Oklahoma. Luckily for the Buckeyes, Sermon showed why he is worth a top draft pick, as his blend of...
    CINCINNATI (0-1) at CLEVELAND (0-1) Thursday, 8:20 p.m., Fox OPENING LINE – Browns by 8 1/2 RECORD VS. SPREAD – Bengals 0-1; Browns 0-1 SERIES RECORD – Bengals lead 51-42 LAST MEETING – Bengals beat Browns 33-23 on Dec. 29, 2019 in Cincinnati. LAST WEEK – Bengals lost to Chargers 16-13; Browns lost to Ravens 38-6 AP PRO32 RANKING – Bengals No. 28, Browns No. 31 BENGALS OFFENSE – OVERALL (22), RUSH (15), PASS (24). BENGALS DEFENSE – OVERALL (12), RUSH (24), PASS (10). BROWNS OFFENSE – OVERALL (21), RUSH (8T), PASS (25). BROWNS DEFENSE – OVERALL (17), RUSH (12), PASS (22). STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — Ohio’s NFL teams renew rivalry in matchup featuring pair of Heisman Trophy-winning QBs and No. 1 overall picks. … Game also comes on official date of NFL’s 100th birthday. … Bengals’ 33-23 win over Browns was one of two last season by Cincinnati, which matched franchise mark for worst record. … Bengals trying to avoid 0-2 start for third time in four years — opened 0-3 in 2017. … 2019 Heisman winner and...
    Getty Ohio State RB J.K. Dobbins rushed for 2,003 yards last season before the Ravens took him in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft. The NFL Draft was more than two months ago, yet new rumors abound about what the Eagles did or didn’t do in that fateful second round. What Philadelphia did do was select Oklahoma dual-threat quarterback Jalen Hurts with the 53rd overall pick, a decision met with consternation at first. The Eagles had much bigger needs on offense, particularly at wide receiver and running back. While the narrative on the Hurts’ pick has mellowed — personally, I have come to embrace and love it — there are others who still can’t stand it. But it’s more important to put it in context against the backdrop of the players the Eagles passed on to draft Hurts. For starters, one report claimed the team could have packaged their first-round pick (21st overall) plus the 53rd overall to move up and take CeeDee Lamb. He went to Dallas after the Oklahoma wideout was graded the most...
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