01 Oct 2004, 02:15am by Aaron Schatz
Aaron answers your questions about VOA and our other statistics in his biweekly mailbag. Learn how many points a touchback is worth, how Kurt Warner could make our list of the top 10 passing performances since 2000 without throwing a touchdown, and what Aaron thinks of the new book Patriot Reign. Plus, a question about NFC West teams playing better at home leads to some interesting numbers about home field advantage in general.
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Things are getting a little testy between the Seventh Day Adventure writers after Russell Levine felt the need to point out last week's results to Vinny Gauri. Plus, analysis and picks of the week's big college games (and Rutgers-Syracuse) and Neil Young references aplenty.
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29 Sep 2004, 04:41pm by Aaron Schatz
Indianapolis has the best kicker in the league, right? Nope. In this article reprinted from the New York Sun, Aaron explains why David Akers, not Mike Vanderjagt, sets the gold standard for kickers.
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29 Sep 2004, 10:16am by Michael David Smith
Remember the brouhaha that erupted when the media realized that Randy Moss didn't try to block on running plays? That has simmered down, but has Moss's blocking improved? We discuss that in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.
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28 Sep 2004, 01:15pm by Aaron Schatz
Here are the Football Outsiders team efficiency ratings after Week 3, along with Aaron's usual commentary for the math-o-phobic. Aaron explains why the 2004 Jaguars are superior to the 2003 Panthers, exposes the shocking truth about the Kansas City defense, and laments for his injury-riddled Super Bowl pick. Plus, the top ten passing performances of 2000-2004 according to Football Outsiders, topped by Peyton Manning's vivisection of the Green Bay Packers.
27 Sep 2004, 12:30pm by Russell Levine
Get the jersey out, pack the face paint and put on your drinking shoes -- it's time for a college football road trip. Russell Levine attempts to provide some color commentary from his weekend in Ann Arbor, including such factoids as how you know you're in a college bar and why Michigan crowds are the quietest six-figure gatherings in sports. Plus Russell actually has a bad word to say about his TiVo.
24 Sep 2004, 11:25am by scramble
In Week 2, every single NFL player broke something. In fact, some of them broke two things. Or three things, counting Deion Sanders' ego. All these injuries get addressed in this week's Scramble for the Ball, along with some questions in the fantasy mailbag and the return of the Keep Choppin' Wood Award.
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Is an engineering degree a help or a hinderence when assembling a Weber Grill? Could Lou Holtz actually be involved in a feel-good story? And how do the Michigan boys feel about the Alma Mater against Iowa on the eve of a big road trip? Seventh Day Adventure has those answers and more as Vinny Gauri and Russell Levine make their college picks. This is also your open thread to discuss college football all weekend.
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22 Sep 2004, 10:46am by Michael David Smith
He suffered a serious injury on the next-to-last play of the game, but Kellen Winslow still has a bright future ahead of him. So says Michael David Smith in the latest edition of Every Play Counts.
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21 Sep 2004, 01:36pm by Aaron Schatz
The first VOA ratings of the year are here, along with Aaron's usual commentary for the mathematically impaired. Learn which 2-0 team is ranked 26th, which team Aaron has given up on already, and how your team rates after two games. Plus, some notes on why DeShaun Foster is still overrated, and Running Back Batting Average no more!