26 Nov 2013, 12:56pm by Aaron Schatz
Our own Robert Weintraub has an article over at Sports on Earth looking into how the NFL might change by 2020. Some of it is tongue-in-cheek, but some of it is serious. I definitely would not be surprised to see some sort of "Accu-Spotter" system, or an attempt to put limits on the work schedules of coaches. I doubt there will be an upstart seven-on-seven league, but I do think that rules to limit hitting won't destroy football's popularity because at this point fans are more interested in speed than violence. (They may be more interested in spectacle than either.)
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21 Nov 2013, 03:35pm by Aaron Schatz
This week's Upset Watch looks at how the inconsistent Jets can beat the inconsistent Ravens on the road. Cover Watch points out once again how bad Houston has been this year, despite the fact that Jacksonville has been even worse.
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19 Nov 2013, 06:18pm by Aaron Schatz
Seattle gets closer to Denver on top of this week's DVOA ratings. Plus: Do Houston and Cleveland really have strong defenses this year? DVOA says no.
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14 Nov 2013, 02:46pm by Aaron Schatz
The drop from Aaron Rodgers to Scott Tolzien is huge, but is it really worth two touchdowns? In Cover Watch, we look at how Adrian Peterson can keep things close for the Vikings in Seattle.
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12 Nov 2013, 06:58pm by Aaron Schatz
The Colts' blowout loss to St. Louis sends them careening down the DVOA rankings. It's just another example of how the NFC has re-asserted its supremacy in 2013.
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11 Nov 2013, 11:06am by Aaron Schatz
Good analysis here by Jason Lisk, who analyzed all passes near the red zone this season and came up with a heat map showing where passes were successful and where they were not. He finds some support for the anti-fade forces out there, and reasons to show short of the end zone to get YAC rather than throwing every pass all the way for six.
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08 Nov 2013, 04:13pm by Aaron Schatz
Does Kansas City have the easiest schedule in history through Week 9? (Click to read more.)
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07 Nov 2013, 12:23pm by Aaron Schatz
We've been driving the Carolina bandwagon since the preseason, so why stop now? Although home-field advantage still makes San Francisco the favorite, the game is a lot closer than people think, and the Carolina front seven is a strong weapon against San Francisco's running game. Cover Watch looks at Oakland and the New York Giants.
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06 Nov 2013, 01:07pm by Aaron Schatz
Didn't do well with your Loser League team in Weeks 1-9? Never fear, it's time for part II of our contest. You can pick all-new players to try to put together the worst fantasy team possible for Weeks 10-17. Click here for the rules and to pick your team. The winner of Part I will be announced in Scramble for the Ball Wednesday afternoon.
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06 Nov 2013, 12:25pm by Aaron Schatz
We've made some changes in our spam filter this week that we hope will make it easier to comment while cutting down on spam. (Click to read more.)
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