The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Philip Rivers’s INTs Were As Ugly As The Mexico City Field (The Ringer) And they may have effectively ended the Chargers’ playoff hopes despite their defense’s best effort against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs

Technology Stocks Head Toward Best Year Since 2009 (Wall Street Journal) Regulatory scrutiny and mixed earnings aren’t stopping the group from rallying.

Derek Jeter And Co.: The 2020 Baseball Hall Of Fame Ballot (New York Times) Jeter could follow Mariano Rivera as the second unanimous inductee in January, but the rest of the candidates may have more trouble getting into Cooperstown quickly.

Hacked Disney+ Accounts Are Reportedly Being Sold For As Little As $3 (CNBC) Thousands of Disney+ user accounts have been stolen by hackers and put up for sale on the dark web, according to multiple reports.

The NCAA’s Graduate Transfer Trend Isn’t Slowing Down (538) The rapid increase in the number of graduate transfers has led to intense scrutiny from schools whose programs have not benefited from the trend and from coaches who see it as “free agency.”

Liz Peek: Schiff Steers Trump Impeachment Drive Straight Toward A Ditch (Fox News) Nancy Pelosi should have stuck to her guns, and never let this process move forward, and especially with Adam Schiff at the helm.

Report: Eagles To Host High School Game Interrupted By Shooting (SI) The Philadelphia Eagles have reportedly stepped in and have offered to host the remainder of the game at Lincoln Financial Field Wednesday for the teams impacted by the shooting.

HBO Max Wants To Be The Next Cable Bundle Instead Of The Next Netflix (Recode) “We’re basically unbundling to rebundle,” he said of the current streaming wars, where content companies are pulling shows from Netflix and launching streaming services like Disney+ and HBO Max.

Prosecutors Preparing To File Charges Against Epstein Prison Guards (Washington Post) The New York City medical examiner ruled his death a suicide by hanging, although lawyers for the disgraced financier have questioned that conclusion.

Former Baseball Prospectus Writer Kevin Goldstein Reported As Astros Exec Suggesting Scouts Use Cameras To Steal Signs (Awful Announcing) “One thing in specific we are looking for is picking up signs coming out of the dugout,” an excerpt from the email, read via The Athletic.

Finally, Something Nice: Tom Hanks Playing Mr. Rogers May Save Us All (Daily Beast) What we can learn from the Hanks-Rogers niceness summit in the new film “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.”

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