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Is this PHI and a HIPAA breach?

2020.09.30 02:52 bubbapink43 Is this PHI and a HIPAA breach?

If a health insurance company (covered entity) providing group healthcare for a company has a brief breach where it accidentally disclosed names of employees, the type of plan the had and plan number, is that PHI and then a HIPAA breach? I know it is PII but would that be enough to be PHI without actual data about their health or data about their billing and procedure history?
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2020.09.29 22:24 camarcano Using Change% to Quantify Batter Clutchness

Using Change% to Quantify Batter Clutchness
(I wrote this about a week ago so check the inline updates for some players)
How many times have we heard or thought during a game that X player is a clutch batter? Or, on the contrary, that he tends to choke when needed the most? These comments are most of the time based on narratives we, as observers, create from specific situations that get fixed in our memories and bias our judgment; as our brain needs to organize the information we get through our senses in patterns, we easily label single events as part of a bigger sequence, whether that is true or not, and that’s why, for example, if we saw said batter hitting a walk-off single or got stricken out to end a rally recently, we immediately generalize these high impact situations as trends, when they are not, and these trends fog our perspective.
Clutch is a hell of a hard thing to objectively describe or measure and even harder to predict, if possible at all, not that huge and great efforts have not been made to address that. Clutch, LI, WPA/LI, and other stats are part of the toolset that brilliant analysts have devised for it, and they usually do a good job. But, sometimes, those stats might feel hard to grasp, not because they are too abstract or hard to understand but because they typically involve a lot of smaller calculations to obtain a result.
In my perennial journey for simplification, I wanted to try a simpler approach to this concept and I decided to focus on one question: What is the ultimate goal for a baseball team? There could be very long answers to this but the short and simple one is “to win”. That’s it.

So, when does a team achieve this?

A team can’t lose when it is tied or ahead of the opponent. Then, one of the most important things a batter can do for his team is, effectively, to tie or to put his team ahead whenever the chance presents itself, in other words, whenever he can change the possible outcome of the game for his team’s benefit. These players are, on those occasions, true Game Changers.
Under this premise, I decided to look for those batters that, with any part of their offense game, produced RBIs to tie the game or to put his team ahead this season. I went to Stathead, pulled the data for every player that meet those criteria, and summarize it. In total, 424 batters on any instances of their teams’ games were Game Changers and this is the list, sorted by the most changes:

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(https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1id1z5EJ8fNEs_Jeu35iUv9FiGeiklLdOXrRioU4SyYU/edit?usp=sharing)
Not the guy we were expecting at the top, right? With a .240/.355/.421 line, a .335 wOBA and wRC+ of 115, well, that’s just not a profile of a batter we would want to take the at-bat for our team when we need the necessary turn of events that would change the score on our favor. But in fact, that’s what he has done more than any other player so far.
José Abreu, Mike Yastrzemski, Brandon Lowe, and Starling Marte share the second place with 14 game changes each; the first three of them are having a great season offensively while Marte is more in line with Seager but still better overall.
Names like Mike Trout, Fernando Tatis Jr., Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman, Manny Machado and/or Francisco Lindor are lower in the chart that what the consensus might guess. Could it be that as we are looking at the absolute values we are not taking into account that some batters might have more opportunities to tie or put their team ahead than others, so we are getting a skewed result?
I had to swim in the data and pull more than 23,600 Plate Appearance records where the batters had the opportunity to tie or put his team ahead. After sorting and refining, this is the list I got:

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(https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1id1z5EJ8fNEs_Jeu35iUv9FiGeiklLdOXrRioU4SyYU/edit?usp=sharing)
Batters with more than 35 chances made the cut for the list (average this season is approximately 68 for this data set).
There are a few things that are pretty interesting and probably surprising about these figures:
  • Batters have only been able to change the outcome under these conditions around 1 in 5 chances they’ve had, at best, and 8% of the time on average. That means that this type of game changes are rarer than one could expect.
  • We have to add “opportunism” as another attribute in the resurgence of Byron Buxton, as he is the batter that has taken more advantage of the opportunities he’s had to change the game.
  • This is another aspect in which Kris Bryant’s season is truly hideous: in 57 chances he hasn’t been able to make a single change. Not once. Zero.
  • José Altuve, JD Martínez, Pete Alonso, Eugenio Suárez, Anthony Rizzo, Anthony Rendón and Paul Goldschmidt are all big name players that are under performing here as their Change% is below the league average.
  • Kyle Seager, Dominic Smith, José Abreu, Mike Yastrzemski, and Cory Seager are still as good, relatively to the rest of the players, when measured by their Change% as by the total Changes they’ve done.
These snippets are fun facts and interesting ideas that will for sure add value to the discussions when analyzing this season, as a deeper dive in the data will always reveal things that we might take for granted, or we might not be acknowledging. But today I want to challenge it in a more empirical manner: I want to try to use this information to predict some type of value.
I am in no way saying that this data has prediction capabilities, don’t get me wrong. There are too many variables that I am not taking into account and I’m not controlling for so it would be disingenuous to say otherwise. I just want to make an exercise with what is available and find out practically if there is a bigger opportunity beyond what it looks like.
So, as we are approaching the Playoffs, I would like to boldly predict which player(s) will earn any of the MVP awards for the Playoffs. The spots for that stage are not completely filled yet but at the moment of writing this, the AL participants are:
Standings updated after games on Sept. 17:
  1. Rays (E1), 36-19, .655
  2. White Sox (C1), 34-20, .630
  3. A’s (W1), 33-20, .623
  4. Twins (C2), 33-22, .600
  5. Yankees (E2), 31-23, .574
  6. Astros (W2), 27-27, .500
  7. Indians (WC1), 30-24, .556
  8. Blue Jays (WC2), 28-26, .519
And for the NL:
  1. Dodgers (W1), 38-16, .704
  2. Cubs (C1), 32-22, .593
  3. Braves (E1), 32-22, .593
  4. Padres (W2), 34-20, .630
  5. Marlins (E2), 28-26, .519
  6. Cardinals (C2), 26-25, .510
  7. Reds (WC1), 28-27, .509
  8. Phillies (WC2), 27-27, .500
I will pick a player from most of these teams (and some ‘outside-looking-in’ contenders), according to their Change%, and those will be the candidates to win the awards.

The nominees.

These charts, one per league, summarize the candidates:

(add Ryan Braun for Milwaukee (15%) and Brad Miller for St Louis 14% instead of the PHI and SFG picks).
Logically, Buxton and Moreland are the top candidates to win it all, in terms of playoffs awards.
Why do I think that Change% could potentially shed some light on this topic?

It’s all about narratives.

If Change% let us discover batters that maximize, in some way or other, their approach to chances then said batters will “appear” in the moments that fans and analysts tend to remember the most: those special circumstances when things turned around for better for the player’s team because of him, and that narrative will be important when people cast their vote for the awards; this is especially important for short term scenarios like the playoffs are.
That’s what we are betting on here.
I hope this is useful for some of you.
https://twitter.com/camarcano
All other data was taken from https://www.fangraphs.com/, https://baseballsavant.mlb.com/, and/or https://www.baseball-reference.com/ unless otherwise stated.
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2020.09.29 16:24 CyberHoot Cyber Insurance: Why It’s Needed – Part 1

Cyber Insurance: Why It’s Needed – Part 1

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Cyber Insurance is a developing market with businesses regularly purchasing cyber coverage in addition to liability, errors and omissions, fire, and flood. With so many attacks and data breaches happening every day, it’s important to learn about cyber insurance protections available for your business. Like flood and fire insurance, cyber insurance is there to help when a catastrophe strikes. Cyber Insurance policies typically cover losses that are related to hacking, malware, theft, extortion, or lawsuits that come from security breaches. This article will explain important cyber insurance concepts and protections you should consider for your business. Be sure to come back next week to learn about the things cyber insurance does not cover.

Who Needs It?

Cyber insurance is for businesses of any size that operate computers and networks. In the 21st century, cyber insurance has become an integral part of a defense-in-depth cybersecurity program. When applying for cyber insurance, you will be asked to detail your cybersecurity program. In many cases, you will be expected to provide cybersecurity awareness training, governance policies, technology protections, and a risk management framework in order to secure cyber insurance. Some companies think they can “insure” their cyber risks away without implementing basic cybersecurity best practices. In truth, most companies need a rudimentary cybersecurity program to qualify for cyber insurance. In next week’s article, we’ll talk about insurance claims being denied for companies not doing what they claimed to be doing on their insurance application.

What’s Covered Under Cyber Insurance Policies?

It’s important to mention that there are over 200 unique and complex cyber insurance policy options for different industries and different purposes. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to cyber insurance. Similar to your cybersecurity plan, it’s unique to the risks your business faces. Let’s look at some of the different cyber insurance policy coverage options you can purchase.
FORENSICS
Following a data breach, it’s critical that the malware or malicious user is removed from the network or devices. Cyber insurance forensic policies help pay for the expensive forensic software licenses and experts required to identify, contain, and eradicate hackers and malware from your network.
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION
Business interruption policies cover losses stemming from downtime and income losses you sustain when your networks and systems have been breached and your company cannot operate.
HACKER DAMAGE
After a breach, there are costs for repairing damaged or corrupted systems. Hacker damage policies cover the costs of getting your business back up and running. For example, malware compromised machines often need to be rebuilt from scratch.
NOTIFICATION COSTS
In breaches where financial or health records are stolen, the individuals whose records have been compromised must be notified. Insurance policies covering notification costs fund the costly activities of notifying all parties affected by a data breach. Additional costs covered here may include establishing a call center to handle consumer inquiries.
IDENTITY THEFT MONITORING
Many insurers combine notification cost insurance with identity theft monitoring since they often go hand in hand. If HIPAA or financial records are breached the impacted individuals may need both services: breach notification and identity theft monitoring. Individuals can prevent identity theft by locking their credit at all four credit agencies. Here’s how.
RANSOMWARE
There are conflicting opinions around whether to pay a hacker’s ransom demands. However, cyber insurance gives businesses the opportunity to cover such payments in a ransomware attack. In 2019, the costs of recovering from a ransomware attack skyrocketed on average to more than $84,000 per incident.
PAYMENT FRAUD
A critical form of cyber insurance is payment fraud coverage. This form of insurance reimburses companies for unauthorized or fraudulent payments. For payment fraud policies to provide coverage its important that all of the security controls claimed in the insurance policy application be implemented and followed.
In part 2 of this insurance policy blog, we cover overlapping insurance problems that some businesses face when filing insurance claims.

Business Owner Tips For Getting Started

First, it’s important when searching for the proper cyber insurance policy, that you work with an established specialist in the field, like Joseph Brunsman, MSL. Joseph has created a series of YouTube videos to guide business owners in the emerging market of cyber insurance policies. Professionals like Joe help translate difficult cyber insurance terms and policy types to business owners enabling them to choose exactly what they need. You can download his latest cyber insurance book for free at CPLBrokers.com/book2.
Secondly, SMBs must complete an insurance questionnaire detailing what security controls are currently in place to the underwriter of the insurance policy. If you don’t do the things you claim in this questionnaire you could be denied coverage in a catastrophe.
Thirdly, one of the best ways to build your cybersecurity program in compliance with your insurance application is to hire a virtual or fractional Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO). vCISOs are the most economical way to build your cybersecurity program.
Finally, you should also be working with an attorney specializing in privacy and cybersecurity. This is especially important for organizations dealing with PII, PHI, or PCI. Attorneys advise firms through the process, ensuring laws are followed and coverage is sufficient. For example, Breach Notification laws differ from state to state and the attorney can lead you through that.

Conclusion

Business owners should investigate cyber insurance protections for themselves. Business owners should work with insurance specialists, vCISOs, and attorneys to determine exactly what your business needs for cybersecurity programs and cyber insurance. With a strong defense-in-depth cybersecurity program, you shouldn’t need to call on your cyber insurance policy. However, by following the advice in this article, the correct cyber insurance coverage will be there if you need it.
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2020.09.28 21:28 kjonesatjaagnet First AI image from space with HyperScout

First AI image from space with HyperScout


Image : Cosine
For the first time in history an image was processed in space using artificial intelligence. The image was processed by the tailored artificial intelligence hardware of HyperScout 2, a miniaturized Earth observation instrument that is developed under the leadership of cosine. The deep neural network algorithm identified the clouds in an image of part of the Earth’s surface. The capability to process images using artificial intelligence on a satellite opens up possibilities for a large number of applications.
The premier on artificial intelligence in space was announced today by Josef Aschbacher, director of he Earth Observation program of the European Space Agency, at the opening of the Phi-Week 2020 symposium. The first HyperScout 2 instrument, carrying the Ф-sat-1 artificial intelligence (AI) experiment, was launched into space on 3 September 2020 from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou. The HyperScout 2 instrument is on board one of the two nanosatellites of the FSSCat mission that monitors sea ice and soil moisture in support of the Copernicus Land and Marine Environment Services, and was made possible by ESA’s InCubed program.
Integrated into the HyperScout 2 instrument is a Myriad 2 Vision Processing Unit (VPU) from Intel. This allows the instrument to process the images with machine learning algorithms, without requiring more power than available on a nanosatellite. The identification of clouds in an image from Earth is a first demonstration of the capabilities of an AI system on board an Earth observation satellite. The AI algorithm is trained on ground using machine learning on synthetic as well as HyperScout data, which includes properties of the image that are invisible to the human eye due to the 45 different color bands in the visible and infrared spectrum. The resulting algorithms are implemented on the dedicated AI hardware to analyze the images extremely efficiently on board.

Applied to Earth – fire and water

The capability to process spectral images in space using AI makes a large range of applications possible. One of the potential applications is wildfire management. High risk fire zones can be mapped, alerts can be triggered and the development and spreading of an eventual wildfire can be monitored.
There are also many possible benefits for agriculture, such as crop yield prediction, indicating how much crop could be harvested and when to harvest. Problem areas can be identified, alerts can be triggered and the situation analyzed. This makes it possible to take action, such as optimizing irrigation, adjusting levels of fertilization and targeted use of minimal levels of pesticides.
Being a state-of-the-art miniaturized instrument, HyperScout 2 can be flown on a small satellite, which can be launched in larger numbers even on a single rocket. By using a constellation consisting of multiple HyperScout instruments, observations can be made several times per week or even per day, so that alerts can be sent and action can be taken in time. This can also be of great benefit for environmental monitoring, water quality, air quality, deforestation and change detection.

Next steps

cosine is currently organizing the development of several of these applications with partners and clients. ‘’Data that is acquired by the HyperScout 2 instrument can be combined with data from the HyperScout 1 instrument, which has been in orbit for almost 3 years on the GOMX-4B satellite. In addition, a version of the AI algorithms developed for HyperScout 2 can be uploaded to the GPU, the graphic processing unit on HyperScout 1. This presents a unique opportunity for partners to work with cosine to develop applications using distributed AI on both HyperScout 1 and HyperScout 2’’, explains Marco Esposito, business unit manager Remote Sensing at cosine.
cosine is also looking for partners and clients to extend the use of on-board data processing using AI to other instrument lines cosine is developing. These include bathimetry, imaging polarimetry for cloud and aerosol assessment, spectroscopic imaging for air quality, infrared imaging for agricultural monitoring and LIDAR for height mapping of land, vegetation, buildings and water levels.

Team effort

This world’s first was achieved in cooperation with and support from many partners.
HyperScout 1 was developed by cosine (NL) with consortium partners S&T (NO), TU Delft (NL), VDL (NL) and VITO (BE), with funding through the ESA GSTP program, with contributions from the Dutch, Belgian and Norwegian national space organizations: Netherlands Space Office, BELSPO and Norsk Romsenter.
HyperScout 2 was developed by cosine Remote Sensing (NL) supported by the InCubed and Earth Observation programs of ESA.
The FSSCat consortium consists of DEIMOS Engenharia (PT), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (ES), Golbriak Space (ET), Tyvak International (IT) and cosine Remote Sensing (NL).
The Ф-sat-1 consortium comprises cosine Remote Sensing (NL), University of Pisa (IT), Sinergise (SI) and Ubotica (IE), supported by ESA’s Earth Observation Ф-lab and GSTP fly element.
Originally published by Cosine September 28, 2020
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2020.09.25 17:22 keithyp24 Offensive DVOA vs Opponent Defensive DVOA Matchups - Sunday Main

Team Off vsDef +/-
NE VS LV 0.275 0.188 0.463
SEA VS DAL 0.349 -0.008 0.341
LAR @ BUF 0.308 -0.050 0.258
TEN @ MIN 0.135 0.070 0.205
BUF VS LAR 0.207 -0.014 0.193
LV @ NE 0.104 0.069 0.173
DAL @ SEA 0.069 0.099 0.168
LAC VS CAR -0.021 0.182 0.161
ARI VS DET -0.089 0.226 0.137
PIT VS HOU -0.011 0.114 0.103
CHI @ ATL -0.126 0.155 0.029
TB @ DEN -0.047 0.006 -0.041
CAR @ LAC -0.011 -0.036 -0.047
DET @ AR -0.013 -0.095 -0.108
ATL VS CHI 0.038 -0.149 -0.111
IND VS NYJ -0.066 -0.059 -0.125
MIN VS TEN -0.131 -0.008 -0.139
CIN @ PHI -0.209 0.064 -0.145
SF @ NYG -0.055 -0.121 -0.176
WAS @ CLE -0.326 0.075 -0.251
PHI VS CIN -0.376 0.076 -0.300
HOU @ PIT -0.045 -0.353 -0.398
DEN VS TB -0.261 -0.190 -0.451
NYJ @ IND -0.273 -0.182 -0.455
NYG VS SF -0.363 -0.094 -0.457
CLE VS WAS -0.157 -0.362 -0.519
data via Football Outsiders
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2020.09.24 15:28 I_am_bot_beep_boop Week 3 Analysis: .5 PPR RB's vs opposing Defense

Hello, I've started storing data for weeks to find favorable matchups against weak defenses. I've combined the avg points teams have given up to RB rooms thru week 2.
Team Defense Avg points to RB's Std Dev
CAR 41.25 1.35
CIN 35.5 13.9
LV 34.35 7.35
DET 34.05 20.45
TB 30.9 5.3
ARI 30.15 13.05
HOU 29.6 5.6
NYJ 28.15 10.15
LAR 27.4 3
GB 27.15 4.15
JAC 26.15 16.15
ATL 25.9 5.3
MIN 25.5 2.6
TEN 24.75 4.95
KC 24.45 4.65
PHI 22.9 2.2
NE 22.25 2.85
DAL 21.15 8.75
MIA 21.1 2.2
NO 20.7 8.4
CHI 20.25 3.85
BUF 19.8 2.6
NYG 19.45 4.65
SF 18.1 7.4
DEN 17.1 1.5
CLE 16.65 1.05
SEA 16.55 1.25
IND 14.85 3.75
PIT 14.5 2.9
LAC 12.1 1.7
WAS 11.45 1.85
BAL 10.85 4.85
Based on this analysis, should be favorable matchups include:
Austin Ekeler
Sony Michel/James White
Melvin Gordon
James Connor
Devin Singletary
Matchups that can possible bust include:
Nick Chubb/Kareem Hunt
Mike Davis
CEH
David Johnson
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2020.09.23 21:17 Throwingfaraway27 Chance me at Sloan and Darden with no test submission. Will a high score make me competitive at H/S?

Hello all,
I was planning on applying to round 1 but got a GMAT score in August that was underwhelming (shouldn't have procrastinated!). With Sloan and Darden waiving them and their round 1 deadlines being later, I am planning on still app dropping without the score. I am hoping my strong academic record and work experience can help give them enough data points. I plan to retake the GMAT for round 2 for the other schools but I can't count on being able to significantly increase that (fall will be super busy for work). All of my applications are complete.
Sex: Female
Age: 29
Race: Asian-American
Undergrad: 3.9, B.A in Sociology and Biology (Pre-med), Phi Beta Kappa, Top 10 university (e.g., Columbia, UChicago, UPenn)
GMAT: 700 - plan to retake before round 2, was getting around 700-750 in practice :(
Experience: 6 years (7 years upon matriculation)
MBA Info
Obviously HSW are reaches. Sloan is my top choice after H/S. How does my application look for Sloan and Darden without submitting my 700? If I can get a 750+ on the GMAT, will that be enough to give me a chance at H/S?
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2020.09.21 17:35 KingstonFrancis Two New COVID Cases in Kingston

The provincial report indicates two new covid cases that were reported this weekend (the KFLA website doesn't update on the weekend but they do report cases to the iPHIS database.
1) Female, 20s, No known epi-link
2) Female, <20, No known epi-link
The last four cases (and five of the last six) reported have all had no known epi-link which is discouraging.
In some good news there seems to have been two cases that resolved this weekend, so the active count should be at 5 (this is what the iPHIS database reports).
If anyone is interested in the data it is available here: https://data.ontario.ca/dataset?keywords_en=COVID-19
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2020.09.18 15:23 Hyphen_81 Is this a good idea?

I work in healthcare, so there's an understandable focus on security. I work on a purely ETL product built on SQL Server. The database is the application; there's no UI or anything like that, so bugs exist because of bad data we've received or data we handled in an unexpected way.
Our CTO has recently made the decision to remove everyone's production access across all products. The only way we have to debug errors is by using SSMS to view the logs and then, based on what the logs say, to look at the specific tables / sprocs / packages that could be causing the issue. In my mind, we need to be able to put our eyes on the data, which we will no longer be able to do since we won't have read access on the DB.
Keep in mind all PHI/PII is encrypted in the DB and there's no way for an employee with malicious intent to go in and decrypt the data and do something with it.
Anyway, to get to the point of my rant, my immediate leadership is wanting to build what essentially equates to a home-grown version of SSMS that we can use to query the DB and triage issues. As I see it, we're not going to be building something that's more secure (or in any way better) than what Microsoft has spent millions on. Is this a good idea?
I'm looking for ideas on how I can arm business folks (i.e. not tech savvy individuals) with the ammunition needed to make my case to the CTO. I feel like they're just putting all the products into the same one-size-fits-all box and not considering that there might be exceptions to the rule. I need to make a case that building our own SSMS is not a good strategy, and that keeping our access is the right move.
Or if I'm just wrong for some reason, feel free to point that out as well.
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2020.09.16 12:03 remote-enthusiast List of 55 remote jobs published recently

Hello friends! These are the open remote positions I've found that were published today. See you tomorrow! Bleep blop 🤖
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2020.09.15 16:57 Cobruh Introducing my weekly leaderboards - Week 1 edition

Hello all,

For those fellow stat nerds out there, over the course of the season I will track the top players and teams statistical performances under the below categories. (For whatever reason this is fun to me) They will be broken down in offensive, defensive, special teams, fantasy top scorers and cumulative season leaders. Right now I am just cherry picking a few interesting categories but feedback is much appreciated on what other stats you would like me to track in the future, such as 3rd/4th down % and punt return yards, etc.. If nothing else, this will be interesting to look back on in future weeks and provide you guys with specific (and updated) stat progressions.
(Note: All stats are via ESPN)
Offense
Team Stats:
Individual Stats:
Defense
Team Stats:
Individual Stats:
Special Teams
Fantasy Leaders (espn standard scoring .5 ppr)
QB: 31.7 - R. Wilson - SEA (1)
RB: 33.9 - J. Jacobs - LV (1)
WR: 34.6 - D. Adams - GB (1)
TE: 20.3 - M. Andrews - BAL (1)
DEF: 17 - WSH/NO (1/1)
K: 12 - M. Crosby/J. Lambo/J. Slye/ D. Carlson - GB/JAX/CALV(1/1/1/1)
Season Leaders
(starting next week)
In the future I'll work on reformatting/condensing the data if I need to. If anyone has a better idea on how to present this, let me know! See ya next week!
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2020.09.11 18:39 displacedindavis What prevented a no-hitter from becoming a perfect game: a look through history

A no-hitter is a major achievement, but it is so hard to get a perfect game out of it. Not only do you have to be on point, but the rest of the infield and outfield also has to be on point. Yes, even in a no-hitter, costly mistakes can be made to prevent it from becoming a perfect game.
From the most recent one to the furthest back I can find reliable data for, here goes. Unless otherwise stated, the mistake is the only such one the pitchedefense made in the game:
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2020.09.11 17:32 Rsubs33 [Game Preview] Week 1 - Philadelphia Eagles(0-0) at Washington Football Team (0-0)

Philadelphia Eagles (0-0) at the Washington Football Team
The 2020 Philadelphia Eagles season is the franchise's 88th season in the National Football League and the fifth under head coach Doug Pederson. The Eagles will try to improve on their 9–7 record from 2019 where they made the playoffs, but lost in the NFC Divisional game against the Seattle Seahawks. They will begin that journey Sunday afternoon as they take a trip down 95 to face off against the division rival with a new name Washington Football Team. To go with the name they also have a new coach in Ron Rivera who is looking for a fresh start after spending the last nine years as the Head Coach of the Carolina Panthers. Rivera inherits a defense that has 4 first round picks on the defensive line that will be facing off against an injury riddled offensive line of the Eagles as they will be without starting LT Andre Dillard and starting All-Pro RG Brandon Brooks. The Eagles bought back former LT Jason Peters who will look to protect Carson Wentz’s blind side. IF the Eagles OL is able to give Wentz time, he proved last year against the WTF that he has great chemistry with Jackson who has torched his former team in the past. Defensively Eagles fans will get their first look at their revamped secondary which will include Pro Bowler Darius Slay and Jalen Mills at safety. They will look to keep Terry McLaurin under control as he burnt the Eagles secondary in both games last season with long TDs. If the Eagles can get a lead early, I think their defense should be able to keep Dwayne Haskins under control and force the second year QB into some turnovers. Always fun to start the season vs a division rival and happy to have some football again in these crazy times. Go Birds!
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Stadium Type: Open Air
Surface: Grass
Temperature: 77°F
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Cloud Coverage: 69%
Wind: South 6 MPH
Betting Odds
Oddsshark Information
Favorite/Opening Line: Philadelphia by -5.5
OveUnder: 42.5
Record VS. Spread: Philadelphia 0-0, Washington 0-0
Where to Watch on TV
FOX will broadcast Sunday’s game to a regional audience. Kevin Burkhardt will handle the play-by-play duties and Daryl Johnson will provide analysis. Pam Oliver will report from the sideline.
TV Map - Week 1 TV Coverage Map
Radio Streams
List of Eagles Radio network member stations with internet broadcast availability
Radio.com 94.1 Desktop Streaming
Listen to Merrill Reese and Mike Quick
Calling the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (44th season). Joining Reese in the radio booth will be former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick, while Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA WIP-FM 94.1 FM and 610 AM
Allentown, PA WCTO-FM 96.1 FM
Atlantic City/South Jersey WENJ-FM 97.3 FM
Levittown, PA WBCB-AM 1490 AM
Northumberland, PA WEGH-FM 107.3 FM
Pottsville, PA WPPA-AM 1360 AM
Reading, PA WEEU-AM 830 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, PA WEJL-FM 96.1 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WEJL-AM 630 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WBAX-AM 1240 AM
Williamsport, PA WBZD-FM 93.3 FM
Wilmington, DE WDEL-FM/AM 101.7 FM
York/LancasteHarrisburg, PA WSOX-FM 96.1 FM
Philadelphia Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo, Macu Berral and Gus Salazar will handle the broadcast in Spanish on Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA LA MEGA 105.7 FM
Allentown, PA WSAN 1470 AM
Atlantic City, NJ WIBG 1020 AM; 101.3 FM
Football Team Radio
Washington Football Team Radio Network Larry Michael (play-by-play), Chris Cooley (analysis), Rick “Doc” Walker (sidelines).
National Radio
NA.
Satellite Radio
Station Eagles Channel Football Team Channel
Sirius Radio SIRI 105 (Streaming 825) SIRI 81 (Streaming 831)
XM Radio XM Streaming 825 XM 226 (Streaming 831)
Sirius XM Radio SXM 380 (Streaming 825) SXM 226 (Streaming 831)
Eagles Social Media Football Team Social Media
Website Website
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Snapchat: Eagles Snapchat: WashingtonNFL
NFC East Standings
NFC EAST Record PCT Home Road Div Conf PF PA Net Pts Streak
Eagles 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 NA
Cowboys 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 NA
Football Team 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 NA
Giants 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 NA
Series Information
The Washington Football lead the Philadelphia Eagles (85-80-6)
Series History
Head to Head Box Scores
First Game Played
October 21st, 1934 at Fenway Park in Boston, MA. Boston Redskins 6 - Philadelphia Eagles 0
Points Leader
The Philadelphia Eagles lead the Washington Football Team (3591-3386)
Coaches Record
Doug Pederson: 6-2 against the Washington Football Team
Ron Rivera: 3-2 against Eagles
Coaches Head to Head
Doug Pederson vs Ron Rivera: Tied 1-1
Quarterback Record
Carson Wentz: Against the Washington Football Team: 5-2
Dwayne Haskins Jr.: Against Eagles: 0-1
Quarterbacks Head to Head
Carson Wentz vs Dwayne Haskins Jr.: Wentz leads 1-0
Records per Stadium
Record @ Lincoln Financial Field: Eagles lead the Washington Football Team: 10-7
Record @ FedEx Field: Eagles lead the Washington Football Team: 14-6
Rankings and Last Meeting Information
AP Pro 32 Ranking
Eagles No. 11 - Football Team No. 30
Record
Eagles: 0-0
Football Team: 0-0
Last Meeting and Last Meeting at Site
Sunday, December 30th, 2018
Eagles 37 - Washington Football Team 27
The Eagles looked to keep their playoff hopes alive and and opened up the scoring with a Jake Elliot FG in the first quarter. The lead was short lived as Dwayne Haskins hooked up with Terry McLaurin for a 75 yard touchdown pass. The Eagles went into half-time trailing 10-14, but took back the lead in the 3rd quarter on a Miles Sanders TD reception that put the Eagles up 17-14. The Eagles and Washington Football Team traded TD passes in the 4th quarter before the Washington Football Team regained the league with a pair of Dustin Hopkins FGs put the Washington Football Team's up 24-27. Carson Wentz answered the call leading the Eagles on a four and half minute 75 yard touchdown drive that culminated in a Greg Ward TD reception. The Eagles defense forced a fumble on the ensuing drive which was returned for a TD by Nigel Bradham for a nail in the coffin putting the Eagles up 10 with no time on the clock to give the Eagles the win.
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Last 10 Meetings
Date Winner Loser Score
12/15/2019 Eagles Football Team 37-27
09/08/2019 Eagles Football Team 32-27
12/30/2018 Eagles Football Team 24-0
12/3/2018 Eagles Football Team 28-13
10/23/2017 Eagles Football Team 34-24
9/10/2017 Eagles Football Team 30-17
12/11/2016 Football Team Eagles 27-22
10/16/2016 Football Team Eagles 27-20
12/26/2015 Football Team Eagles 38-24
10/04/2015 Football Team Eagles 23-20
12/20/2014 Football Team Eagles 27-24
09/21/2014 Eagles Football Team 37-34
Injury Reports Depth Charts
Eagles Eagles
Football Team Football Team
2020 “Expert” Picks
Week 1 - "Expert" Picks
2019 Team Stats
Eagles Season Stats
Football Team Season Stats
2019 Stats (Starters/Leaders)
Passing
Name CMP ATT PCT YDS TD INT RAT
Wentz 388 607 63.9% 4037 27 7 93.1
Haskins 119 203 58.6% 1365 7 7 76.1
Rushing
Name ATT YDS YDS/G AVG TD
Sanders 179 818 51.1 4.6 3
Peterson 211 898 59.9 4.3 5
Receiving
Name REC YDS YDS/G AVG TD
Ertz 88 916 61.1 10.4 6
McLaurin 58 919 65.6 15.8 7
Sacks
Name Sacks Team Total
Graham 8.5 43
Ioannidis 8.5 46
Tackles
Name Total Solo Assist Sacks
Jenkins 80 62 18 2.5
Collins 117 78 39 1.0
Interceptions
Name Ints Team Total
Gerry/Jones/Darby/McLeod 2 11
Dunbar 4 13
Punting
Name ATT YDS LONG AVG NET IN 20 TB BP
Johnston 71 3292 61 46.4 42.3 28 4 0
Way 79 3919 79 49.6 44.1 30 4 0
Kicking
Name ATT MADE % LONG PAT
Elliot 26 22 94.6% 53 35/37
Hopkins 30 35 83.3% 53 21/22
Kick Returns
Name ATT YDS AVG LONG TD
Sanders 14 314 22.4 67 0
Simms 32 819 25.6 1
Punt Returns
Name RET YDS AVG LONG TD FC
Scott 6 43 7.2 13 0 4
Quinn 16 78 4.9 15 0 9
League Rankings 2019
Offense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Football Team Stat Football Team Rank
Total Offense 360.8 14th 274.7 31st
Rush Offense 121.2 11th 98.9 22nd
Pass Offense 239.6 11th 175.8 32nd
Points Per Game 24.1 12th 16.6 32nd
3rd-Down Offense 45.4% 4th 29.1% 32nd
4th-Down Offense 33.3% 28th(t) 42.9% 22nd
Red Zone Offense (TD%) 66.7% 3rd 48.8% 27th
Defense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Football Team Stat Football Team Rank
Total Defense 331.7 10th 385.6 27th
Rush Defense 90.1 3rd 146.6 31st
Pass Defense 241.6 19th 238.9 18th
Points Per Game 22.1 15th 27.2 27th
3rd-Down Defense 34.2% 4th 48.9% 32nd
4th-Down Defense 61.1% 27th 63.2% 22nd
Red Zone Defense (TD%) 55.8% 14th(t) 61.0% 27th
Team
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Football Team Stat Football Team Rank
Turnover Diff. -3 22nd +1 13th(t)
Penalty Per Game 6.8 9th(t) 6.6 14th(t)
Penalty Yards Per Game 52.3 9th 52.2 8th
Recap from Last Week’s Games.
Eagles - N/A
Washington - N/A
Connections
Washington Football Team’s HC Ron Rivera was the Eagles linebackers coach from 1999-2003.
Washington Football Team’s QB coach Ken Zampese worked as an offensive assistant for the Eagles in 1998.
Washington Footbal Team’s CB Ronald Darby played the previous 3 seasons with the Eagles.
Eagles LS Rick Lovato briefly signed with the Washington Football Team during the 2016 season for two weeks.
Eagles WR Desean Jackson spent 3 seasons with the Washington Football Team (2016-2018) after he was released from the Eagles.
Eagles backup QB Nate Sudfeld was drafted by the Washington Football team in the 6th round of the 2016 NFL draft and played one season for them before being cut in 2017.
Eagles backup TE Richard Rodgers was signed with the Washington Football Team this past offseason before being released Sept. 5th and signing with the Eagles.
2020 Pro Bowlers
Eagles Football Team
DT Fletcher Cox (Starter) P Tress Way (Starter)
OG Brandon Brooks (Starter) G Brandon Scherff
C Jason Kelce (Starter)
LS Rick Lovato (Starter)
TE Zach Ertz
SS Malcom Jenkings (1st Alt)
OT Lane Johnson (1st Alt
General
Referee: Brad Rogers
The Eagles have won each of their last 6 games vs. Washington, marking their longest such streak since 12/16/01-12/12/04 (7 games). Philadelphia is 14-9 (.609) all-time at FedExField.
Carson Wentz has posted a 5-0 record vs. Washington since 2017, completing 128-of-185 (69.2%) attempts for 1,460 yards (292.0 per game), 14 TDs, 3 INTs and a 111.1 passer rating.
Fletcher Cox has 12.5 sacks in 16 career games vs. Washington, which are his most against any NFL team and the most by any NFL player vs. Washington since 2012. Only four players have more sacks vs. Washington since 1982: Lawrence Taylor (19.0, 1982-93), Michael Strahan (17.0, 1994-2007), Justin Tuck (15.0, 2005-13) and Simeon Rice (14.0, 1996-2005).
The Eagles have won 8 of their last 9 season openers, which are the most opening day victories in the NFL since 2011.
Philadelphia is 4-0 in season openers under head coach Doug Pederson (since 2016). Pederson is one of two head coaches in team history to win 4 straight season-opening contests, join-ing Greasy Neale (6, 1942-47). The Eagles are one of only five NFL teams to start the season 1-0 in each of the last four years, joining Baltimore, Green Bay, Kansas City and Minnesota.
Draft Picks
Eagles Football Team
WR Jalen Raegor DE Chase Young
QB Jalen Hurts RB Antonio Gibson
LB Davion Taylor OT Saahdiq Charles
S K’Von Wallace WR Antonio Gandy-Golden
OT Jack Driscoll C Keith Ismael
WR John Hightower LB Khaleke Hudson
LB Shaun Bradley S Curl Kamren
WR Quez Watkins DE James Smith-Williams
OT Prince Tega Wanogho
LB/DE Casey Toohill
Notable Off-season Additions
Eagles Football Team
S Will Parks QB Kyle Allen
DT Javon Hargrave CB Ronald DArby
CB Nickell Robey-Coleman LB Thomas Davis
CB Darius Slay RB Peyton Barber
S Sean Davis
WR Cody Latimer
CB Kendell Fuller
RB JD McKissic
G Wes Schweitzer
Notable Off-season Departures
Eagles Football Team
S Malcom Jenkins QB Case Keenum
CB Ronald Darby CB Josh Norman
RB Jordan Howard CB Quinton Dunbar
WR Nelson Agholor TE Vernon Davis
OL Halapoulivaati Vaitai WR Paul Richardson
LB Kamu Grugler-Hill TE Jordan Reed
RB Darren Sproles OT Donald Penn
DT Timmy Jernigan CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
LB Nigel Bradham CB Kayvon Weber
G Ereck Flowers
LT Trent Williams
Milestones
Eagles QB Carson Wentz (97) needs 3 passing TDs for 100 career passing TDs.
Eagles TE Zach Ertz (35) needs 1 TDs to move up to 7th on the Eagles all-time receiving TD list all-time tying WR Jeremy Maclin
Eagles WR Desean Jackson (6276) needs 192 yards to move up to 3rd on the Eagles all-time receiving yards list all-time passing his mentor WR *Mike Quick
Eagles WR Desean Jackson (34) needs 2 TDs to move into a tie for 7th on the Eagles all-time receiving TD list tying WR Jeremy Maclin
Eagles DE Brandon Graham (51) needs 3.5 sacks to move to 4th on the Eagles all-time sack list tying DE Hugh Douglas
Eagles DT Fletcher Cox (48) needs 2.5 sacks to move up to 6th on the Eagles all-time sack list tying DE Greg Brown
Eagles DE Vinny Curry (27) needs 1 sack to move up to 19th on the Eagles all-time sack list passing DT Darwin Walker
Washington Football Team OLB Ryan Kerrigan (90) needs 1.5 sacks to become the Washington Football Team's all-time leader in sacks passing Dexter Manley (91).
Pro Football Focus Matchup Charts courtesy of PFF Edge (join.profootballfocus.com/edge/)
WDB Matchups (CAPS = expected shadow coverage)
PFF Stats to Know
Play Action Passing
[Threshold = QBs with at least 20% snap count of the QB with the highest snap count of Play Action for the season] In the 2019-2020 season, no QB had a worse completion rate via Play Action than WFT’s Dwayne Haskins at 54.9% and only 2 others had worse such Passer Rating. For comparison, the Eagles’ Carson Wentz was at the top of the bottom 3rd in both metrics. Whereas has Wentz fared near the top of Play Action % of snaps during his NFL tenure and his completion % and Passer Rating have both ranked near the top in each of ‘16-‘18, in 2019 he did not do well in that respect. How Wentz performs in Play Action with injuries at the OL and WR positions, as well as how much the coaching staff will even ask him to turn his back to this particular DL and keep it...I’m not sure.
Matchups to Watch
Washington Defensive Line vs Eagles Offensive Line
NFL battles always start in the trenches and this is perhaps the biggest advantage the WFT has against the Eagles in this Week 1 tilt. Washington always had a formidable front that lead to intriguing battles between the two teams but the addition of Chase Young and the injuries the Eagles have already sustained make this match up concerning for Philly. The Eagles projected Week 1 starting OL prior to the injuries was, from left to right: Dillard, Seumalo, Kelce, Brooks, and Lane Johnson. Now, the Eagles will start: Peters, Seumalo, Kelce, TBD, TBD. Lane Johnson has practiced everyday this week in a limited capacity which makes me believe that he'll start but it's an uneasy feeling knowing he's working his way back from injury too. The logical guess at RG is Matt Pryor, but they've also tried out Nate Herbig in practice. Either way, the Eagles have a massive downgrade at RG with Brandon Brooks out. Fortunately, the Eagles may have accidentally upgraded in the short term with Jason Peters at LT but the depth in the trenches is already spread too thin. The Eagles are lucky to be as deep as they are on the OL given they aren't totally screwed (yet) but the current state of line makes this a very formidable match up for the Football Team (get a damn team name, jerks) to take advantage of. Additionally, they aren't just deep at EDGE, they are deep at DT as well. Payne, Allen, and Ioannidis are very stout and capable of dominating opposing OLs. Washington's roster is very thin but it isn't on the defensive line. They have more than enough ammunition to put the Eagles in difficult situations. This mismatch will force the coaching staff to be creative in their run designs and how they give help to the OL in pass protection.
Washington Secondary vs Eagles Passing Attack
The Eagles much beleaguered WR room went through a mini-makeover in the offseason and a lot of new, young, and fast faces were added to the mix. What they lack in proven talent, outside of DeSean Jackson's return, they make up for in athleticism. One thing Howie Roseman said this offseason was he was frustrated with the lack of speed on the team. It took him a while to understand that athleticism does matter. It's not just that the new group of receivers are fast, but they all have strong overall athletic profiles. But as previously mentioned, this is an unproven group going up against a very weak opposition. WFT brought back Kendall Fuller this offseason, who was a real good jack-of-all-trades player in the secondary for the Chiefs last season. His status for Sunday is questionable given his limited participation this week in practice. Opposite him is former Eagles favorite Ronald Darby. If I'm Doug Pederson, I make it a point to go after him all day. Even when Darby is at his best, which isn't often these days, he has absolutely zero ball skills. Washington may play Fabian Moreau if Fuller can't go, which is another defender the Eagles should target. Jimmy Moreland and Landon Collins are quality players, more so the latter, but they can't hide the deficiencies that should be easily exploitable by the Eagles. Remember, Philly put up over 30 in week 15 last year with less in the WR room than they currently have against a secondary that really isn't better than it was then. If Jalen Reagor is able to go, that would add another dimension to this offense the Eagles have lacked for a long time. If the Eagles can do a good enough job slowing down Washington's front, they are more than capable of picking apart a subpar secondary. And I didn't even talk about Ertz and Goedert! Or Miles Sanders through the air!
Washington Offensive Line vs Eagles Defensive Line
Despite the current injury limitations on the Eagles defensive line, this is a matchup that heavily favors the Eagles. Haskins finished 2019 on a positive note in his last 3 starts prior to his ankle injury; one thing he's never been known for is his pocket ability and ability to avoid taking sacks. Put a statue behind a bad offensive line and you are going to have issues. Trent Williams is now gone having finally forced his way out and his logical replacement, rookie Shaadiq Charles, isn't likely to play in week 1. Wes Martin, their starting left guard, is a below average player himself. The only player on the Washington Football Team's offensive line that is good is Brandon Scherff. While the Eagles aren't 100% on the defensive line, they are one of the few teams in the NFL with likely more talent and depth on their defensive line than the Washington Football Team's. Barnett has been limited in practice and has missed the last few weeks with another injury and his status is questionable while Hargrave is likely to miss a couple games as well. The Eagles still have Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham, the return of Malik Jackson, and a lot more to throw at this beleaguered unit. Additionally, this is a defensive front that is always stingy against the run under Jim Schwartz even when the DL isn't at peak health. There are a lot of matchups to exploit and Schwartz has a lot of options to exploit them. For his faults as a coordinator with secondary scheming, Schwartz is a God at maximizing the talents of his pass rushers. Given the current state of the Washington OL and Haskins own difficulties under pressure, this is a juicy match up for Philly.
Washington Passing Attack vs Eagles Pass Defense
Washington is incredibly thin and young at the skill positions but that isn't the sort of thing that has deterred the Eagles from allowing big plays in the past. This is a secondary, and really a pass defense in general, that went through a major shake up this offseason and for good reason. The Eagles defense was pretty average per DVOA which was encouraging given what they had, but they consistently allowed big play after big play in 2019. Opposing WR1s absolutely shredded Philadelphia last season as they were automatic monsters against an overmatched, elementary secondary. Darius Slay and NRC were added to the mix and should provide immediate help to this unit. Avonte Maddox will start at CB2; while this is an iffy move, the additions of Slay and NRC should allow the Eagles to help him out a bunch. The Eagles finally have players that can play in man coverage and one of the best CBs in the league in shadow coverage. Schwartz has admitted that he will allow Slay to shadow receivers but likely not 100% of the time. This makes sense as it should be a matchup-specific thing... this is that time. Furthermore, allowing Slay to shadow receivers will lead to considerable scheme changes on defense as they can't play the coverages they've played the last four years while shadowing receivers. What does this look like and how quickly does it come together? Terry McLaurin is the only real commodity at receiver for Washington and he's a tremendous talent. Even when he was the only real receiving threat last year, he still tore the Eagles apart. Another major change for the Eagles is in the safety room with the departure of Malcolm Jenkins. The Eagles added Will Parks to the room but he will miss the first 3 weeks due to injury. They also retained Rodney McLeod; this could be a good thing or bad thing depending on which Rodney shows up. If another year away from knee surgery helps, then he'll be fine. But if last year's version shows up then the Eagles have a big problem. Lastly, the Eagles will be starting Jalen Mills at safety. Apparently, the cure for being a bad cornerback is a position switch to safety despite never playing it in the NFL. All that being said, the middle of the defense is slower and more unknown than it has ever been. LB1 is Nate Gerry. LB2 is Duke Riley. Mills is the new Jenkins. Will Parks is out. Does McLeod have enough left in the tank? Offenses are fast and innovative; the Skins lack a lot of talent on offense but their new offensive scheme could lead to some issues in the middle of the Eagles defense. If I'm Washington, I lean heavily on motions and play action to confuse the middle of the Eagles defense. Get guys who struggle to cover to cover your athletic RBs then take plenty of shots to Terry McLaurin. The Eagles are clearly better at CB than they've been in years but have considerable question marks in the Safety and in the LB rooms as it pertains to pass defense. Better CBs should lead to better pass defense overall but there are matchups to take advantage of. Washington might not be the best team to fully exploit these weaknesses, but they could.
Special thanks to MikeTysonChicken and abenyishay for their help in creating this Game Preview.
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2020.09.11 06:37 bokchoykn How to win a Frank J. Selke Trophy (Follow-Up)

A couple of years ago, I wrote a statistical analysis about Selke trophy winners and finalists:
https://www.reddit.com/hockey/comments/7j5ak5/oc_how_to_win_a_frank_j_selke_trophy/
It compiled stats from the previous ten Selke trophies to try to pinpoint statistical trends in how the trophy is given out.
Since then, three additional Selke trophies have been awarded. Now using 13 years of data, here's what we end up with:
Rule 1: Be a Center
Rule 2: Score at least 50 points
Rule 3: Take a lot of faceoffs. Win a lot of faceoffs.
Rule 4: Spend a lot of time killing penalties
Rule 5: Have strong possession numbers
Rule 6: Be on a Top 10 defensive team (in GAA)
The Top 6 vote-getters in 2019-2020 season
Top Selke votes, as revealed earlier this evening: https://i.imgur.com/UKDC8PV.png
Here's how they matched against the above criteria:
(Note: I pro-rated Points based on 82 Games divided by the number of games their team played.)
Couturier (6/6)
Bergeron (6/6)
O'Reilly (6/6)
Cirelli (4/6)
Stone (3/6)
Danault (5/6)
Conclusion
This year, Couturier was one of three players who hit all six categories. In fact, he scored more points, had a higher FOW%, and boasted a better Corsi% than Bergeron and O'Reilly, each of whom have won the award before. This is Couturier's first win.
Last year was one of the rare occasions where a winger (Stone) was voted to be a finalist. Only two players hit all six categories, the other two finalists: O'Reilly and Bergeron, but Bergeron only played 61 out of 82 games. Of course, O'Reilly won.
While Selke trophy voting seems to be up to the interpretation of the voters, there is some statistical rhyme and reason to it. Whether you agree or disagree with the criteria (I don't fully agree), Selke trophy winners and finalists still follow a pattern.
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2020.09.11 06:15 seahawksjoe A Statistical Analysis of the New Extra-Inning Rule, and Why We Were All Wrong About It

TLDR at the bottom for anyone who doesn't really care about how I got these numbers.
Hey everyone! This season, I've been questioning the new extra-innings rule a lot. Not only because the baseball purist in me wants to die every time I see a runner on 2nd to start an inning, but because it just seems so unfair to the road team. I've seen games where the road team gets set down in the top of the 10th (or 8th), and the home team takes advantage of that by bunting him over to third, then driving him in with weak contact, perhaps without even a base hit.
History says that the home team is favored in extra innings, but only at about 53.1% clip. This data from 2000-2007 proves it.
I thought that in 2020, that rate had to be higher. So, I've been going through every extra inning game this season so far, though 9/10. There's a total of 56 of them so far, and they are all in this table:
The winner is bolded.
Date Road Team Home Team
7/24 LAA OAK
7/25 ATL NYM
7/25 KC CLE
7/26 TOR TB
7/27 MIL PIT
7/29 WAS TOR
7/30 SD SF
8/1 HOU LAA
8/1 TB BAL
8/1 OAK SEA
8/2 PIT CHC
8/7 DET PIT
8/7 HOU OAK
8/9 CLE CHW
8/11 MIA TOR
8/11 KC CIN
8/11 BAL PHI
8/11 SF HOU
8/12 MIA TOR
8/14 OAK SF
8/15 MIL CHC
8/15 LAD LAA
8/16 TB TOR
8/18 COL HOU
8/18 CLE PIT
8/18 TOR BAL
8/18 MIL MIN
8/19 TEX SD
8/20 TEX SD
8/20 TOR TB
8/22 TOR TB
8/22 BOS BAL
8/23 LAA OAK
8/25 LAD SF
8/27 PIT STL
8/28 BAL TOR
8/28 ATL PHI
8/29 CLE STL
8/30 NYM NYY
8/30 KC CHW
8/30 SEA LAA
8/30 NYY NYM
8/31 BAL TOR
9/1 CHC PIT
9/1 TEX HOU
9/2 ARZ LAD
9/3 WAS PHI
9/3 NYY NYM
9/3 TOR BOS
9/4 MIN DET
9/4 HOU LAA
9/7 PHI NYM
9/8 LAD ARZ
9/9 LAD ARZ
Overall, the results of this show that the home team has only won in 24/56 extra inning games this year, which is a rate of 42.85%. Please note that this sample size is large enough to be valid, it is well over the typically accepted n-value of 30. Remember that in a normal year, that is around 53.1%. To make sure that these numbers weren't out of the ordinary, I wanted to calculate the z-score and p-value of these numbers. The standard deviation of winning percentage by the home team in extra innings ended up being 3.2278, and the z-score was -3.14456.
The probability, or p-score, of any z-score being further away than -3.14456 or 3.14456 is only .17%. In the course of 400 baseball seasons there is is still a less than 50% chance that an anomaly like this happens. This is shown by a simple application of the Bernoulli process. This is incredibly interesting, and was certainly not what I was expecting.
I personally find it to be bad for baseball. Especially in the playoffs, home teams should be rewarded for playing better in the regular season, and home teams are supposed to have an advantage in every game. In baseball history, home teams usually win about 54% of the time. This is completely upended by the new extra inning rule, and ruins the fairness of the sport. Why do you all think this is the case?
TLDR: The new extra-innings rule greatly favors the road team, and the chances of this happening in a normal baseball season with normal rules is extremely close to zero.
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2020.09.11 06:14 seahawksjoe A Statistical Analysis of the New Extra-Inning Rule, and Why We Were All Wrong About It

TLDR at the bottom for anyone who doesn't really care about how I got these numbers.
Hey everyone! This season, I've been questioning the new extra-innings rule a lot. Not only because the baseball purist in me wants to die every time I see a runner on 2nd to start an inning, but because it just seems so unfair to the road team. I've seen games where the road team gets set down in the top of the 10th (or 8th), and the home team takes advantage of that by bunting him over to third, then driving him in with weak contact, perhaps without even a base hit.
History says that the home team is favored in extra innings, but only at about 53.1% clip. This data from 2000-2007 proves it.
I thought that in 2020, that rate had to be higher. So, I've been going through every extra inning game this season so far, though 9/10. There's a total of 56 of them so far, and they are all in this table:
The winner is bolded.
Date Road Team Home Team
7/24 LAA OAK
7/25 ATL NYM
7/25 KC CLE
7/26 TOR TB
7/27 MIL PIT
7/29 WAS TOR
7/30 SD SF
8/1 HOU LAA
8/1 TB BAL
8/1 OAK SEA
8/2 PIT CHC
8/7 DET PIT
8/7 HOU OAK
8/9 CLE CHW
8/11 MIA TOR
8/11 KC CIN
8/11 BAL PHI
8/11 SF HOU
8/12 MIA TOR
8/14 OAK SF
8/15 MIL CHC
8/15 LAD LAA
8/16 TB TOR
8/18 COL HOU
8/18 CLE PIT
8/18 TOR BAL
8/18 MIL MIN
8/19 TEX SD
8/20 TEX SD
8/20 TOR TB
8/22 TOR TB
8/22 BOS BAL
8/23 LAA OAK
8/25 LAD SF
8/27 PIT STL
8/28 BAL TOR
8/28 ATL PHI
8/29 CLE STL
8/30 NYM NYY
8/30 KC CHW
8/30 SEA LAA
8/30 NYY NYM
8/31 BAL TOR
9/1 CHC PIT
9/1 TEX HOU
9/2 ARZ LAD
9/3 WAS PHI
9/3 NYY NYM
9/3 TOR BOS
9/4 MIN DET
9/4 HOU LAA
9/7 PHI NYM
9/8 LAD ARZ
9/9 LAD ARZ
Overall, the results of this show that the home team has only won in 24/56 extra inning games this year, which is a rate of 42.85%. Please note that this sample size is large enough to be valid, it is well over the typically accepted n-value of 30. Remember that in a normal year, that is around 53.1%. To make sure that these numbers weren't out of the ordinary, I wanted to calculate the z-score and p-value of these numbers. The standard deviation of winning percentage by the home team in extra innings ended up being 3.2278, and the z-score was -3.14456.
The probability, or p-score, of any z-score being further away than -3.14456 or 3.14456 is only .17%. In the course of 400 baseball seasons there is is still a less than 50% chance that an anomaly like this happens. This is shown by a simple application of the Bernoulli process. This is incredibly interesting, and was certainly not what I was expecting.
I personally find it to be bad for baseball. Especially in the playoffs, home teams should be rewarded for playing better in the regular season, and home teams are supposed to have an advantage in every game. In baseball history, home teams usually win about 54% of the time. This is completely upended by the new extra inning rule, and ruins the fairness of the sport. Why do you all think this is the case?
TLDR: The new extra-innings rule greatly favors the road team, and the chances of this happening in a normal baseball season with normal rules is extremely close to zero.
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2020.09.10 15:38 atommc Fantasy Football Cluster Analysis

Pass Yards Allowed

Rush Yards Allowed

* Based upon last 24 games of data weighted 24-18 1x, 17-7 2x, 6-1 3x
* This is a straight k-means clustering of the game data
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2020.09.08 07:38 tripledickdudeAMA All 20 quarterbacks that have beaten Tom Brady @ New England

Data compiled from games which Tom Brady started and completed.
Year Team - Player
2001 STL - Kurt Warner
2002 GB - Brett Favre
DEN - Brian Griese
NYJ - Chad Pennington
2005 SD - Drew Brees
IND - Peyton Manning
MIA - Gus Frerotte
2006 DEN - Jake Plummer
IND - Peyton Manning
NYJ - Chad Pennington
2011 NYG - Eli Manning
2012 ARI - Kevin Kolb
SF - Colin Kaepernick
2015 PHI - Sam Bradford
2016 SEA - Russell Wilson
2017 KC - Alex Smith
CAR - Cam Newton
2019 KC - Patrick Mahomes
MIA - Ryan Fitzpatrick
Playoffs.. PLAYOFFS?
Year Team - Player
2009 BAL - Joe Flacco
2010 NYJ - Mark Sanchez
2012 BAL - Joe Flacco
2019 TEN - Ryan Tannehill
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2020.09.07 10:55 popokatopetl Upcoming Kawai ES920 and ES520

Some more leaked data on the upcoming Kawai slabs.
The ES920 (replacing the ES8): RHIII keys, HI-XL engine, 38 sounds (+4), 4-band EQ, revised speakers 2x20W, BT MIDI (+audio playback), OLED display, weight 17kg (-5.5kg vs ES8, -6.5kg vs FP90), 1362 x 361 x 149 mm, 1349€ + shipping 100€
The ES520 (new "intermediate" model): RHCII keys (like KDP110), PHI engine (like CN), 34 sounds, 2x20W, BT, OLED display, weight 14,5kg, 1080€ + shipping 100€
https://www.piano-filipski.de/e-pianos/kawai-stagepiano/kawai-es-8-b-stagepiano-schwarz/#cc-m-product-8836177820
https://www.piano-filipski.de/e-pianos/kawai-stagepiano/kawai-es-5-b-stagepiano-schwarz/#cc-m-product-9019870720
https://piano-reisinger.at/produkt/kawai-es920-b/
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2020.09.07 01:49 lukereed76 Analyzing Snitker's bullpen mgmt using DRA and gmLI

So i've been in debating a friend about Brian Snitker for the better part of 2 years now. While I'm not the biggest Snit hater among the fandom, I get hot and bothered with each bungling of a winnable or preventable managerial mistake is made. These debates over the years have touched on defensive alignment, batting orders, and a seemingly never-ending conversation about Ender Inciarte. With the the bullpen management this past week, I think I've finally won the debate with the following metric.
In order to measure how the bullpen is being deployed, rather than bullpen performance specifically. Since the Braves have a great bullpen, lazy analysis could look at its performance alone and overlook Snit's frustrating bullpen mismanagement.
Instead, use we can paint a clearer picture using the right metrics:
  1. Compile all relievers this season and rank them by DRA because it strips out the most context to determine a pitcher’s quality.
  2. Determine the importance of the situations in which a reliever is being used using their gmLI - a pitcher’s average leverage index when he enters the game - rank each reliever among their teammates in gmLI.
  3. Determine the gap between each reliever’s team-wide rank in DRA and their rank in leverage
  4. The final step is to determine the average gap for each team’s set of relievers.
The smaller the gap, the better the manager is at using the appropriate relievers. I don't think 2020 DRA stats are open source, but here's the avg DRA gmLI gap using data from the 2018 season:
Tm Avg. Gap PHI 0.86 COL 1.11 BAL 1.25 TOR 1.4 MIN 1.5 CLE 1.56 NYY 1.6 NYM 1.75 SFG 1.78 STL 2 HOU 2 CIN 2 DET 2 OAK 2 BOS 2 AVG 2.17 KCR 2.18 MIL 2.22 LAD 2.22 CHA 2.22 SDP 2.36 LAA 2.36 ARI 2.4 PIT 2.44 SEA 2.67 CHC 2.75 WSN 2.75 TEX 2.8 MIA 2.8 ATL 3.4 TBA 3.54 
Again, this doesn't rank how good a bullpen is, but rather how well its deployed based on leverage. It doesn't tell the whole story though. The 2018 rays, for example, used a ton of openers, which skewed their results here. Regardless, this tells us objectively that in 2018, Snitker ranked among the worst in the league in aligning his best relievers with the appropriate leverage. If I can find a way to get the data for 2020, I'll share that here. But don't think we need to see the team's DRA/gmLI gap to know that the Snit has made some rather awful choices when it comes to the bullpen.
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2020.09.06 01:00 GDT_Bot Playoff Game Thread: Game 7 - New York Islanders (3 - 3) at Philadelphia Flyers (3 - 3) - 05 Sep 2020 - 07:30PM EDT

New York Islanders (3 - 3) at Philadelphia Flyers (3 - 3)

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Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
NYI 2 1 1 4
PHI 0 0 0 0
Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays
NYI 26 37 22 41.2% 10 3 0/4
PHI 16 41 17 58.8% 18 3 0/2
Period Time Team Strength Description
3rd 13:42 NYI Even Anthony Beauvillier (8) Backhand, assists: Brock Nelson (8), Josh Bailey (15)
2nd 11:26 NYI Even Brock Nelson (7) Wrist Shot, assists: Josh Bailey (14), Ryan Pulock (7)
1st 13:12 NYI Even Andy Greene (2) Wrist Shot, assists: Derick Brassard (6), Brock Nelson (7)
1st 09:27 NYI Even Scott Mayfield (1) Wrist Shot, assists: Devon Toews (7), Jordan Eberle (8)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
3rd 15:48 PHI Bench Minor 2 Too many men/ice served by Nicolas Aube-Kubel
3rd 06:27 NYI Minor 2 Brock Nelson Delaying Game - Puck over glass
3rd 05:19 PHI Major 5 Scott Laughton Fighting against Jean-Gabriel Pageau
3rd 05:19 NYI Major 5 Jean-Gabriel Pageau Fighting against Scott Laughton
2nd 03:28 PHI Bench Minor 2 Too many men/ice served by Nicolas Aube-Kubel
1st 19:06 PHI Minor 2 Jakub Voracek Hi-sticking against Jean-Gabriel Pageau
1st 15:33 PHI Minor 2 Travis Sanheim Interference against Josh Bailey
1st 06:31 NYI Minor 2 Jean-Gabriel Pageau Holding against Claude Giroux
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2020.09.05 07:23 yankscolts18 Some shift data on the year

Season Tm PA AVG OBP SLG OPS BABIP wRC wRC+
2020 NYY 450 0.257 0.255 0.318 0.573 0.255 28 51
2020 MLB 16034 0.284 0.281 0.364 0.646 0.281 1411 70
I saw someone mention the Yankees and the shift in the post game thread so I'd thought I'd pop over to fangraphs and check it out. The above data is for the Yankees vs the league with the shift (both traditional and non-traditional) employed. Important to note that only balls in play are counted so this doesn't include HRs, walks, or strikeouts.
The below table is each team vs the shift (traditional and non-traditional) sorted by wrc+
Season Tm PA AVG OBP SLG OPS BABIP wRC wRC+
2020 BOS 556 0.339 0.338 0.443 0.780 0.338 76 106
2020 NYM 582 0.322 0.318 0.405 0.724 0.318 68 97
2020 DET 448 0.326 0.321 0.416 0.738 0.321 54 97
2020 SFG 495 0.313 0.308 0.420 0.728 0.308 57 95
2020 KCR 585 0.311 0.308 0.399 0.707 0.308 64 87
2020 TBR 568 0.293 0.289 0.404 0.692 0.289 58 86
2020 BAL 569 0.307 0.305 0.394 0.699 0.305 61 86
2020 ATL 558 0.309 0.306 0.394 0.700 0.306 60 84
2020 STL 471 0.300 0.298 0.382 0.680 0.298 47 83
2020 MIA 379 0.304 0.300 0.368 0.668 0.300 37 81
2020 HOU 545 0.282 0.279 0.384 0.663 0.279 50 78
2020 CHC 520 0.288 0.285 0.388 0.673 0.285 50 76
2020 CHW 485 0.290 0.287 0.365 0.652 0.287 44 76
2020 SDP 578 0.288 0.285 0.373 0.658 0.285 52 75
2020 PHI 568 0.291 0.287 0.370 0.657 0.287 52 72
2020 TOR 619 0.283 0.281 0.355 0.636 0.281 52 69
2020 WSN 515 0.287 0.282 0.366 0.648 0.282 45 67
2020 CLE 618 0.284 0.281 0.358 0.639 0.281 53 66
2020 OAK 521 0.262 0.260 0.340 0.599 0.260 37 61
2020 PIT 508 0.269 0.266 0.331 0.598 0.266 37 59
2020 COL 532 0.296 0.293 0.365 0.658 0.293 49 59
2020 SEA 465 0.258 0.254 0.336 0.590 0.254 31 58
2020 MIN 654 0.274 0.271 0.327 0.598 0.271 47 58
2020 LAD 689 0.264 0.261 0.327 0.588 0.261 47 58
2020 LAA 491 0.250 0.248 0.322 0.570 0.248 30 52
2020 NYY 450 0.258 0.256 0.318 0.574 0.256 28 51
2020 ARI 545 0.253 0.251 0.333 0.584 0.251 36 51
2020 MIL 504 0.254 0.252 0.328 0.580 0.252 32 50
2020 CIN 598 0.252 0.251 0.324 0.575 0.251 38 47
2020 TEX 418 0.229 0.225 0.299 0.525 0.225 18 26
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