28 Jan 2008, 01:49pm by Bill Moore
Bill Moore looks ahead to the Super Bowl by looking back at the Week 17 matchup between the Giants and Patriots. How did the Giants build a big lead? How did the Patriots surge ahead? Which team can learn the most from the prior experience?
67 comments, Last at 31 Jan 2008, 6:50pm by BDC
09 Jan 2007, 01:06pm by Bill Moore
The NFL season will be over in four weeks, so how will you get your football fix? How about by running your own team? Bill Moore looks at the computer simulation game Front Office Football.
51 comments, Last at 26 Apr 2011, 10:38pm by xiaoz
12 Aug 2006, 11:23pm by Bill Moore
We continue our series reviewing each unit team-by-team. If you don't yet own a copy of Pro Football Prospectus 2006, and want a hint of some of the great data we collected with the game charting project, this is the article for you. If you've been wondering when the Seattle Seahawks would finally be ranked low in something, this is the article for you. If you are a Denver Broncos fan and you want to see us praise your team and say very mean things about your division rivals, this is really the article for you.
49 comments, Last at 29 Aug 2006, 5:55pm by dennis johnson
02 Feb 2006, 05:30pm by Bill Moore
Other than tackles, interceptions, and sacks, there are very few publicly available stats to measure the quality of individual defensive players. That's why this year, Football Outsiders began a project to chart games and get more data to improve our analysis of defense. Bill Moore takes a look at this unofficial data to draw some conclusions about the Pittsburgh and Seattle secondaries -- some of which may surprise you.
75 comments, Last at 05 Feb 2006, 4:30pm by DGL
30 Sep 2005, 04:16pm by Bill Moore
Nuts to those who say we at Football Outsiders don't even watch the games. Bill Moore, the impromptu impresario of the Football Outsiders game charting project, takes a look at the play of Jets cornerback Ty Law through the first three games to see if he's everything he's cracked up to be -- or, at least, 90% of everything he was before his foot was cracked.
33 comments, Last at 01 Oct 2005, 5:34pm by Led