Colin Kaepernick Made 1st NFL Start Since National Anthem Protest

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Time now for our big board. The team of insiders standing by live. Linsey Davis is here at the table with us. Her story is coming up. First, let's start with the latest on Colin Kaepernick. The controversy. 49ers quarterback off the bench, getting his first start since he began the national anthem protest. His team lost, 45-16. Stephen a. Smith joins us. Kaepernick showed up. He had a Muhammad Ali t-shirt. He knelt down. Other teammates did as well. Let's take a listen to how he was received when he stepped on the field, Stephen a. I don't think many are surprised by that reaction on the road, you're usually booed any way. Then what he's been doing. Explain the environment around the game. It was very divisive, obviously, robin. You have some people believing that he's just un-american. That he is not what America is all about. They believe that he's disrespecting the flag, disrespecting the national anthem. Disrespecting what America supposedly stands for. As a result, they have a lot of vitriol for him. Another segment of the populus want to applaud him, thank him for his bravery, courageousness. They wanted to take selfies with him after the game. Talk to him. It's one of those situations where, it just heightens and illuminates that we're a divided nation right now. It's incredibly polarizing times. We all know it. We watch not the election. His situation, essentially, epitomizes that. I wasn't surprised at all by what I saw from the fans in Buffalo. They just felt the way they felt. Others feel otherwise. He seems pretty unfazed by the criticism. Those are rare occurrences right now, I think people realize the impact of what's going on. Like I said from the beginning, I knew the consequences of what could come with this. And I was prepared for that. Bigger issue for him now as player is the play of himself and his team. There's no question about it. The 49ers stink. Let's be clear about that. Listen, he didn't play miserably. At the same time, 13 for 29 for 187 yards is not that impressive, though he made some plays with his feet. The 49ers don't have playmakers on offense pip don't know if they have players on defense. They looked like a franchise right now. They are absolutely awful. The worse he plays, he'll get more attention. Stephen a. Smith unplugged. Let's move on to the flight ban for Samsung phones. U.S. Air safety officials are issuing an emergency order that prohibits people from taking the galaxy note 7 on planes. Gio Benitez has the story. Passengers trying to fly with help could face serious penalties. We're talking veer potential punishments. Up to $180,000 if fins. Up to ten years in prison. That's if you sneak these phones sboonon to these planes. Even if you get them on the checked baggage, they don't want them. We're learning new information about the batteries. The troubled batteries that are causing the problems. "The Wall Street journal" is saying Samsung was using self-testing. Doing their own testing instead of using third party testing like other phones. No doubt, a lot of people will be looking at that. No doubt. Also, let's be realistic, if you own one of these phones, you're traveling, what are you going to do? Are there suggestions? We're learning right now, Samsung, robin, is going to be at some of the busiest airports. Probably here at Laguardia. Samsung reps will be here. They'll exchange it. But Samsung is sending boxes to your houses. They're these fire-resistant boxes. Pop the phone in, send it back. They don't want it here. If TSA sees it, they'll send you home. Now the a breakfast staple in jeopardy. O.J., Orange juice? Once the morning's beverage of choice for so many is plunging in popularity. American consumption is down 13%. What's up with O.J.? O.J. Is going the way of spam, at least it seems. Zbloe, yeah. Something you used to enjoy for breakfast, now, not so much. The primary reason is health. For years, Orange jus was marketed as part of a complete breakfast. Recent years, evidence suggests it's not as healthy as we thought. It's high in fructose. A lot of carbs. And the poor citrus farmers have the trifecta. People are not as interested in drinking it. They've been battling bad weather. And disease. This is so serious. You have the usda shifting guidelines? That's right. Any day care could not give Orange juice there to kids under 1 year old. You have school districts following suit around the world that are removing Orange juice from the school. One thing I read. I tried it myself. If you Google Orange juice good for you. The two top hits, one is the number one reason to stop drinking Orange juice. And the other is why Orange juice is slowly killing you. 27 grams of sugar, in 12 ounces of Orange juice. It's the same ad as a pack of M & Ms or a can of soda. We drank it growing up. Who knew? I like freshly squeezed Orange juice, which is much better for you. We have a 2 1/2 year-old so we try to model for him. We sneak juice in the other room. Can I have my kambucha. It's supposed to be really healthy for you. It's just good.

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