07 Oct 2014, 05:41pm by Aaron Schatz
Sometimes it can be hard to tell who is good or bad in the NFL... except in our DVOA ratings, where the same two teams from 2012 and 2013 are back on top in 2014.
140 comments, Last at 10 Oct 2014, 8:19pm by intel_chris
03 Oct 2014, 03:17pm by Aaron Schatz
It takes a lot of time to put together, but the KUBIAK midseason update is done. Click to read more about it.
9 comments, Last at 05 Oct 2014, 1:16pm by bcossel
30 Sep 2014, 06:40pm by Aaron Schatz
Five different teams from last year's DVOA top eight rank in the bottom half of the league through four weeks of 2014. What can we learn from other teams with similar starts in the past?
138 comments, Last at 07 Oct 2014, 10:02am by zemzin
29 Sep 2014, 04:04pm by Aaron Schatz
The Bills decided to pull EJ Manuel and go with Kyle Orton as their new quarterback. I asked Matt Waldman, who was very high on Manuel coming out of college, for some thoughts on what's gone wrong. (Click to read more.)
41 comments, Last at 03 Oct 2014, 8:25pm by Noah of Arkadia
25 Sep 2014, 11:14pm by Aaron Schatz
We hear a lot about how hard it is to make the playoffs after a bad start, but what about when good teams have bad starts? (Click to read more.)
7 comments, Last at 27 Sep 2014, 3:03pm by Aaron Schatz
25 Sep 2014, 11:04am by Aaron Schatz
Eli Manning was never as good as his reputation, and now he's not as bad as his reputation. Can we look back at players with similar collapses to the one Eli had last season, and figure out what is in his future?
4 comments, Last at 26 Sep 2014, 2:21pm by Bright Blue Shorts
23 Sep 2014, 05:39pm by Aaron Schatz
For only the second time in history, the Bengals are No. 1 in our ratings. But compared to other No. 1 teams after three weeks, there's a real lack of dominance.
105 comments, Last at 30 Sep 2014, 1:10pm by Mr Shush
19 Sep 2014, 12:57am by Aaron Schatz
So, did Atlanta set the all-time single-game record for DVOA on Thursday night? For 45 minutes, they sort of did. (Click to read more.)
41 comments, Last at 25 Sep 2014, 4:15am by Theo
18 Sep 2014, 12:17pm by Aaron Schatz
A good article here by our old buddy Bill Barnwell on what professional football might look like if the NFL were to fall apart. Bill makes a good case for the idea that the thing most likely to change professional football is not the current controversies about player behavior, or even the issue of concussions. The most likely change agent is the transformation of the broadcast television business (and, more and more, the broadcast Internet business).
15 comments, Last at 20 Sep 2014, 6:21pm by tuluse
18 Sep 2014, 11:56am by Aaron Schatz
Notes to readers about our advertisements and the future of Audibles at the Line.
8 comments, Last at 21 Sep 2014, 1:01pm by justanothersteve