19 May 2016, 03:12pm by Scott Kacsmar
Our annual look at Snap-Weighted Age finds the same two teams from 2014 as the NFL's youngest, but now with more hype. Also: SWA adjusted for position.
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13 May 2016, 01:20pm by Scott Kacsmar
The conclusion to our NFL draft study shows what to expect from an average draft class, the cumulative value drafted by each team from 1994-1999, and the most valuable player that got away. Included: downloadable spreadsheet of data.
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12 May 2016, 01:31pm by Scott Kacsmar
Our offseason Four Downs series continues with a division-by-division look at each team's biggest remaining holes and their most notable UDFA signings. The Steelers retain last year's biggest weakness, while the Browns' section all but writes itself.
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10 May 2016, 11:49am by Scott Kacsmar
Part II of our draft study on 1994-1999 focuses on how much value the player brought to the team that drafted him. How good were those Tampa Bay drafts, and how bad was Cleveland's last one with Bill Belichick?
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06 May 2016, 12:14pm by Scott Kacsmar
What does a 7-round NFL draft really produce? With every drafted player from the 1990's now retired, we take a look at career lengths and approximate value with respect to position and round.
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26 Apr 2016, 09:17am by Scott Kacsmar
At ESPN Insider, our staff has pinpointed each team's biggest need, a quiet need and a position that's not a need heading into this week's draft.
14 Apr 2016, 07:30pm by Scott Kacsmar
The 2016 NFL schedule is released.
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31 Mar 2016, 03:14pm by Scott Kacsmar
At ESPN Insider, we recapped the top and bottom three teams in adjusted games lost (AGL) for the season and what that could mean for their injury luck in 2016. If you missed it, our 2015 AGL report can be found here.
24 Mar 2016, 04:29pm by Scott Kacsmar
Why does 1 extra yard scare teams into passing when 75 percent of the league is better at rushing on third-and-2? Also: QB sneaks, Cam Newton's unique runs, and the Super Bowl-winning defense stepped up when it had to.
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24 Mar 2016, 01:23pm by Scott Kacsmar
It has been a slow month this offseason, but I was this week's guest on RotoViz Radio's The Numbers Game podcast with Kevin Cole to talk about free agency, team-building strategies and some of our recent stat articles such as AGL and failed completions.