14 Nov 2014, 04:20pm by Tom Gower
For this week's NBC Sports column previewing Sunday Night Football, I use DVOA to help me look at some of the reasons behind (or in one case, not behind) New England's offensive improvement in their last five games.
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07 Nov 2014, 04:53pm by Tom Gower
In this week's Sunday Night Football column, I examine the decline in Brandon Marshall's DVOA. As the headline indicates, it's all about downfield throws.
31 Oct 2014, 02:47pm by Tom Gower
This week's Sunday Night Football column for NBC Sports covers what happens the week after a quarterback has a big passing day like Ben Roethlisberger has. The short answer: a whole lot of regression to the mean.
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24 Oct 2014, 12:19pm by Tom Gower
For this week's SNF feature for NBC Sports, I wrote about the Green Bay Packer receiver leading the league in DYAR. Nope, it's Randall Cobb, not Jordy Nelson.
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17 Oct 2014, 05:32pm by Tom Gower
File this under "Huh?", "Really?" and "Stories I Would Not Have Believed Without Jay Glazer's Track Record."
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17 Oct 2014, 03:11pm by Tom Gower
For this week's SNF column, I look at Peyton Manning's touchdowns by distance. He's throwing more short TDs than he used to, and that was true late in his Indianapolis days as well as in Denver.
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10 Oct 2014, 03:48pm by Tom Gower
In this week's Sunday Night Football column, I look at the Eagles going from throwing less to throwing more and Nick Foles' deep ball struggles. Plenty of overthrows included.
03 Oct 2014, 03:09pm by Tom Gower
The Bengals and Patriots rank fourth- and sixth-worst in the league in third down conversion percentage, so this week's NBC Sports column covers that and how third down conversion percentage varies by yards to go.
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29 Sep 2014, 11:33pm by Tom Gower
Per Jay Glazer, so I'm trusting this report after Sunday night's AP report that was quickly retracted. As Mike Sando's survey revealed, nobody actually has any idea how good a coach Allen has been given the situation in Oakland. Offensive line coach Tony Sparano will likely be the interim head coach, allowing both coordinators to keep their jobs. The question now becomes, will GM Reggie McKenzie be next on the chopping block?
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19 Sep 2014, 05:04pm by Tom Gower
For this week's Sunday Night Football column, I break down a couple screens by the Panthers, one of the best RB screen teams in the league, and the Steelers, who ran more WR screens than anybody else in the league in 2013.