19 Apr 2010, 11:22am by Guest
The FO draft toolbox expands with SackSEER, Nathan Forster's system for projecting which highly-drafted pass rushers are most likely to succeed or fail in the NFL. Hint: Stay away from anyone with two French last names.
116 comments, Last at 04 Nov 2012, 3:21pm by DCW
02 Feb 2010, 02:49pm by Guest
Guest columnist Nicholas Higgins proposes a new statistic to free us from the endless cavalcade of "quarterback comeback" graphics: Adjusted Comeback Efficiency. Eli Manning approves.
124 comments, Last at 29 Jun 2012, 6:09pm by LG4DC
02 Nov 2009, 12:16pm by Guest
Guest columnist Ben Singer takes a look at the "Contract Year" phenomenon, analyzing the impact of free agency on NFL player motivation and performance.
7 comments, Last at 03 Nov 2009, 2:22pm by Ryan D.
22 Jul 2009, 11:26am by Guest
Guest writer Nick Higgins explores whether wide receivers really break out in their third seasons.
24 comments, Last at 22 Jan 2013, 10:47am by wolike
14 Apr 2009, 09:21am by Guest
In Part II of his guest column, Mike Horn looks at the rise of the featured back and asks: Where have all the pass-catchers gone?
18 comments, Last at 15 Apr 2009, 1:50pm by Mr Shush
10 Apr 2009, 10:00am by Guest
Guest columnist Mike Horn looks at the evolution of the workhorse running back, and asks whether the dual-back system is really gaining popularity.
38 comments, Last at 16 Apr 2009, 9:24am by mrh
06 Apr 2009, 10:16am by Guest
Norm Willey claims that he collected 17 sacks in one game against the Giants in 1952. Is that possible? Pete Palmer, co-author of The Hidden Game of Football, investigates.
24 comments, Last at 29 Jan 2013, 3:11am by asien resa
02 Sep 2008, 10:14am by Guest
Against the Dolphins last year, Tom Brady threw the 20th perfect game in NFL history -- whatever that means. Guest columnist Pete Palmer tears apart the NFL's passer rating system, puts it back together, and suggests a new alternative.
63 comments, Last at 06 Oct 2008, 9:03am by Albert
13 May 2008, 11:36am by Guest
Draft day in the NFC East was all about trades. The Cowboys made a lot of trades, the Eagles made fans angry with a trade, and the Redskins actually used their picks instead of trading them away.
131 comments, Last at 23 May 2008, 9:40pm by Pat
22 Apr 2008, 07:12pm by Guest
Guest columnist Jason McKinley looks at past drafts with the one objective measure teams use to declare their opinion on players: salary. Which team's picks have earned more than the usual salaries of players chosen in their slots? The best-drafting team of 2000-2003 will shock anyone with access to YouTube.
60 comments, Last at 01 May 2008, 11:55am by chuckv