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Al Galdi
just announced several personnel-department changes. Nothing earth-shattering, but one thing was very encouraging: they’ve hired Connor Barringer from as “football strategy analyst.” Indication of embracing analytics or at least being open to them. Bravo!
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FitDaddy 13 Jun 19
Replying to @AlGaldi @PFF
Glad they're looking at it that there's not one correct approach and that there's value in looking at all the angles.
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Z 13 Jun 19
Amen brother
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Strick 9 13 Jun 19
told me Eric Schaffer is a fan of analytics as well. It’s good to see they’re joining this century.
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EBlake 13 Jun 19
Should be an consultant as well..O'Connell would welcome your data
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DrockStar45 13 Jun 19
Replying to @AlGaldi @PFF
I know you're happy to hear that, Al! Lol
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Ajay Prasad 14 Jun 19
Replying to @AlGaldi @PFF
Danny and Bruce will fire him when they decide it’s not “exciting” to rely on analytics.
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Rich 13 Jun 19
Replying to @AlGaldi @PFF
How far has a team dropped when hiring an analytics guy is what has earned a lonely “bravo” from .
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TravelinTrav88 13 Jun 19
Replying to @AlGaldi @PFF @TrentW71
please tell me they got rid of some of our shitty Dr personnel, you know the ones wants gone. come on @Redskins
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Lynwood Gray 13 Jun 19
Replying to @AlGaldi @PFF
They can "embrace" whatever they want, but had Ha Ha and DJ as the top 2 safeties for the 1st half of the season. Bruce used their "analytics" as motivation for the Ha Ha trade. Still bravo?
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Nathan Coleman 13 Jun 19
Yes focus on one possible mistake and ignore an entire body of successful work. Negativity bias or confirmation bias at play here?
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