Writers of Pro Football Prospectus 2008

16 Aug 2007, 06:19pm by Aaron Schatz

PFP Mailbag: Baltimore Front Seven Typo

Fixing a problem from this year's Baltimore chapter... (Click link to read more.)

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10 comments, Last at 17 Aug 2007, 12:35pm by coltrane23

16 Aug 2007, 01:18pm by Aaron Schatz

READ: Two Questions about Premium

Here is a response to two questions we've received regarding FO Premium.

First, we know about the problem where links that were supposed to go to the Premium Database didn't actually go there. This now should be fixed. You need to log into the store first, but then it will know you have the Premium access, and it will take you to the database.

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14 Aug 2007, 05:10pm by Aaron Schatz

PFP Mailbag: Where Did the San Diego Hurries Go?

We open the "new" Extra Points with this mailbag question about PFP 2007: The Chargers led the league in sacks, but were only 28th in Adjusted Hurry Percentage. Is there any explanation for such a wide variance? (Click link to read more.)

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14 comments, Last at 15 Aug 2007, 5:33pm by Rich Conley

14 Aug 2007, 05:01pm by Aaron Schatz

Are You Ready for Some ... Pro Football Prospectus?

If you are interested in my thoughts on the Washington Redskins before tonight's event at Politics and Prose in DC, here is an article from today's Washington Post Express. Also features some thoughts on the rest of the league and a picture of me in a funky hat.

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36 comments, Last at 26 Sep 2007, 1:41pm by Len

12 Aug 2007, 11:35pm by Aaron Schatz

2 Arizona Starters Hurt vs. Raiders, May Miss Year

Everybody off the Arizona bandwagon! (Well, those of you who were still on the Arizona bandwagon after reading PFP 07.) Linebacker Chike Okeafor and right tackle Oliver Ross both tore muscles and probably are gone for the year. Ross was likely going to lose a job battle with first-round pick Levi Brown, but the Cardinals have now gone from very little offensive line depth to no offensive line depth. Okeafor's versatility was a big part of the Cardinals' decision to switch full-time to a 3-4 scheme, and now the Cardinals are depending on inexperienced Darryl Blackstock.

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10 comments, Last at 13 Aug 2007, 7:46pm by DolFan 316

10 Aug 2007, 05:00pm by Aaron Schatz

The 100 Greatest Quarterbacks of the Modern Era

This is quite impressive. A poster over on ArmchairGM ("Davis21wylie," real name unknown) has put together this extensive list of the greatest quarterbacks in modern NFL history with a method that sort of combines FO theories with some of the stuff that Sean Lahman was doing with the original version of PFP from five years ago. (Three or four of you might actually know of that book's existence.) The article is colossal, along the lines of my "best X seasons" articles in PFP instead of what you would expect from an Internet post.

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83 comments, Last at 15 Aug 2007, 11:18am by Alex

10 Aug 2007, 01:14pm by Aaron Schatz

Mr. Whatever It Takes

Jon Abbate, fullback? Hey, it worked for Oliver Hoyte. Hat tip to the gal (not guys) at AOL Fanhouse.

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7 comments, Last at 10 Aug 2007, 4:21pm by Fred

10 Aug 2007, 11:44am by Aaron Schatz

A Disgrace

Normally, well-known blogger John Cole is ticked off about politics. Not today. Today, John Cole is ticked off about the new Pittsburgh Steelers mascot. Scroll up and you will see that he's right -- it does kinda look like "Wario." You know, I always thought Myron Cope was the Steelers' mascot. Double Yoi!

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52 comments, Last at 13 Aug 2007, 4:30pm by Steely McBeam

09 Aug 2007, 10:26am by Aaron Schatz

A PFP 2007 Clarification

A clarification regarding the St. Louis chapter of Pro Football Prospectus 2007.

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07 Aug 2007, 08:01pm by Aaron Schatz

SITE NEWS: Look, Kids, FO's Annual Call for New Game Charters!

Time for our annual call for game charting volunteers. If you've read Pro Football Prospectus 2007, you know just how valuable this information is. The more charters we have, the quicker we can turn around the data and use it during the season -- and the fewer people who have to cover a full game instead of just one half. If you join the charting project, you'll get access to all the charting data once it is complete. You'll get to contribute your thoughts to our "Game Charters Speak" articles during the season, and your comments may end up in PFP 2008.

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27 comments, Last at 09 Aug 2007, 7:54pm by BillWallace