22 May 2014, 11:02pm by Rivers McCown
Bill Connelly looks at his college football charting data from 2014 to see what we can learn about interceptions going forward.
8 comments, Last at 29 May 2014, 11:16am by Travis
22 May 2014, 11:00pm by Rivers McCown
Sports On Earth's Patrick Hruby has a great run-down of the painkiller lawsuit filed against the NFL earlier this week.
5 comments, Last at 04 Jun 2014, 9:09am by Noah of Arkadia
20 May 2014, 03:02pm by Rivers McCown
Chase Stuart looks at how the percentage of draft capital spent on running backs continues to spiral lower and lower.
20 May 2014, 03:00pm by Rivers McCown
538 creates a system with college QBR to project how much college quarterbacks were actually worth to their schools.
10 comments, Last at 11 Jul 2014, 11:48pm by mstef8
19 May 2014, 11:59am by Rivers McCown
Coby Fleener's counting stats went up last year, but his advanced statistics suffered. Why did that happen, and what can the Colts expect out of him going forward?
5 comments, Last at 20 May 2014, 12:58pm by turbohappy
19 May 2014, 07:45am by Rivers McCown
This week, PK has some inside scoops on Atlanta's draft, educated guesses on the time of next year's draft and the next Super Bowl to be awarded, and talks about Michael Sam's aborted television show.
2 comments, Last at 20 May 2014, 2:52pm by Travis
14 May 2014, 07:05pm by Rivers McCown
MMQB is taking a look at 95 artifacts of historical importance to the NFL. They start in Steve Sabol's office, which has been left essentially undisturbed since his passing.
14 May 2014, 07:03pm by Rivers McCown
Doug Farrar interviews Jaguars VP Tony Khan and comes away with some views on how statistics shaped Jacksonville's draft class.
1 comment, Last at 16 May 2014, 3:04am by nath
13 May 2014, 06:38pm by Rivers McCown
The terms: five years, $68 million. $23 million in guarantees, $45 million if you count guarantees with caveats.
So Joe Haden makes more than Richard Sherman.
7 comments, Last at 14 May 2014, 11:29pm by herewegobrowniesherewego
13 May 2014, 01:13pm by Rivers McCown
Four- and five-star recruits were 995 percent more likely to be drafted in the first round than their lesser-ranked counterparts. So, why did Khalil Mack and Jimmie Ward slip under the recruiting radar?