03 Aug 2005, 12:34pm by Aaron Schatz
We know you've got plenty of questions about Pro Football Prospectus 2005, and we answer some of them here. What's the deal with the fantasy projection spreadsheet? Since they aren't in the book, will specific DVOA projections show up on the website? Where did Otto Graham disappear to? Why do backups always have the highest DVOA ratings? Can you convince me that Julius Jones isn't just William Green Part II? When can I meet you in person? What's the frequency, Disgruntled Kenneth? These questions and more are answered here, and you can also use this as a much-requested book discussion thread.
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01 Aug 2005, 11:10am by Guest
Want to take your fantasy football league to the next level? Then you have to question the standard rules. Guest columnist Dan Lewis says the way to improve your fantasy football competition is to emphasize the fantasy and the competition, and de-emphasize the importance of dumb luck. Waive your start/bench decisions goodbye and say hello to deeper rosters and more trades.
72 comments, Last at 09 Aug 2005, 4:20pm by BknGen
30 Jul 2005, 10:22am by admin
In honor of our second anniversary, a list of highlights from the past 12 months, including some of our best articles and a few choice Jason Beattie cartoons.
38 comments, Last at 10 Aug 2005, 3:05am by NF
28 Jul 2005, 07:51pm by scramble
Al and Vivek are back with Part II of the pre-season Over-Under Extravaganza. Will Dallas be a Super Bowl contender or miss the playoffs altogether? Are the Bills ready to contend with New England for a division title? How bad can things get in Washington? All these questions answered, plus some obligatory Mike Nugent bashing in the latest edition of Scramble for the Ball.
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27 Jul 2005, 11:26am by Ned Macey
The Texans' playoff drive may depend on Derick Armstrong. The Colts made headlines but no roster moves. The Jaguars have a huge hole at running back, but they were wise to not fill it with the Titans' solution, Travis Henry. Plus a look at a strategy working around the nation to extract money from cash-strapped cities.
22 comments, Last at 08 Aug 2005, 8:37am by Mr Shush
25 Jul 2005, 04:52pm by Aaron Schatz
Usually at FO we write about the football of today, but we're also busy going through old play-by-play so we can apply our metrics to past seasons and learn more about why teams win and lose. Return with us to that bygone era when the NFL was a tiny league of just 30 teams, when Hall of Famers like Elway, Young, and Emmitt still dominated while Peyton Manning and Tony Gonzalez were but wee lads. Learn why the record-setting Vikings didn't even have the best offense of 1998, and why the 1999 Rams may not have been such a surprise after all. Hint: It ties in with the San Diego chapter of Pro Football Prospectus 2005.
87 comments, Last at 03 Aug 2005, 9:54pm by Björn
22 Jul 2005, 12:47am by scramble
Vivek and Al are back with a new season of Scramble for the Ball, and the over-under lines for the NFC and AFC West leave them with some tough choices. Will the Rams have enough defense? Will the Raiders have enough defense? Will the Chiefs have enough defense? Will the Seahawks have enough defense? (Do you notice a pattern here?)
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19 Jul 2005, 02:33pm by Al Bogdan
Washington's defense is falling apart because of legal troubles, but could the Law have the biggest impact in Dallas? Who will have the honor of holding a clipboard for Eli Manning or dropping passes in place of Terrell Owens? Al Bogdan takes you around the NFC East in the latest edition of Four Downs.
64 comments, Last at 27 Jul 2005, 10:54pm by dwn&distance
15 Jul 2005, 12:36pm by Aaron Schatz
What other Buffalo running back left town after a season remarkably similar to Travis Henry's 2004? What are the biggest offensive DVOA turnarounds of the past few years, and could Miami possibly match them? Who will fill the holes in the Jets secondary? Aaron attempts to answer these questions in the latest edition of Four Downs.
55 comments, Last at 12 Aug 2005, 1:48pm by Led
13 Jul 2005, 01:55pm by Michael David Smith
The I-formation is football's most versatile set, allowing for power running and deep passing. Michael David Smith goes inside the numbers to find out how the I-formation ticks, who is using it the most, and who is the best at running from it.
79 comments, Last at 08 Oct 2006, 10:49pm by Andrew