27 Mar 2013, 06:37pm by Rivers McCown
Greg Peshek of The Sideline View measures Barkevious Mingo, Dion Jordan, Bjorn Werner, Cornelius Carradine, and Alex Okafor against each other with data from STATS.
14 comments, Last at 13 Apr 2013, 9:16pm by Scott Crowder
16 Mar 2013, 02:18pm by Rivers McCown
Over at Football Study Hall, our own Bill Connelly dissects a sample of college football snaps with no running backs and tests some truisms with the data.
19 comments, Last at 22 Mar 2013, 2:15am by Jennie P. Bryant
14 Mar 2013, 05:02pm by Brian Fremeau
Stewart Mandel of Sports Illustrated enlisted the help of Bill Connelly, Brian Fremeau, and a few other college football and basketball stat gurus to help frame the conversation about the future college football playoff selection process. Selecting and seeding a four-team playoff requires an entirely different process than the one employed in the NCAA selection of the annual 68-team basketball tournament field. The panel of stat experts share their perspectives on the data that needs to be part of that process.
6 comments, Last at 15 Mar 2013, 5:05pm by LionInAZ
28 Feb 2013, 08:50pm by Matt Waldman
Is the NFL sleeping on Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib or is he Russ Lande's ranking of him as his top player on his draft board crazy talk? Not as crazy as you might think.
5 comments, Last at 01 Mar 2013, 8:48pm by cisforcookie
27 Feb 2013, 05:16pm by Matt Waldman
In light of the Alex Smith deal, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Kansas City Chiefs has an eye on E.J. Manuel as a project to develop behind Alex Smith ala Colin Kaepernick.
12 comments, Last at 04 Mar 2013, 1:59pm by Mikey Benny
24 Feb 2013, 06:16am by Matt Waldman
He’s not big. He’s not fast. Yet, he’s the most sophisticated runner between the tackles I have seen this year.
15 comments, Last at 02 Mar 2013, 12:13pm by Billy Jenkins
23 Feb 2013, 12:37pm by Matt Waldman
No player has more at stake during his orthopedic evaluation at the combine this week than Marcus Lattimore.
22 Feb 2013, 08:31am by Matt Waldman
There are a lot of complicated questions surrounding Jones' cervical spinal stenosis. Dr. Jene Bramel's Second Opinion blog dives addresses them all.
1 comment, Last at 24 Feb 2013, 10:27pm by JonFrum
14 Feb 2013, 07:41am by Matt Waldman
The 6-4, 264-lb. tight end from South Carolina has a lot of tools to become a valuable contributor to an NFL offense as a late-round or UDFA option.
10 Feb 2013, 07:37pm by Matt Waldman
Ware isn’t a breakaway threat; he’s a hot-running, helmet-crunching, break-your-back, ball-carrying warrior. He’s rugged, smart, and technically sound in most aspects of the game. If Seattle didn’t have a Robert Turbin, Ware is the back I’d want backing up Marshawn Lynch. If Mike Shanahan wants a lean, mean, running back depth chart, he can dispense with most of the backs behind Alfred Morris and opt for Ware.
Lane Johnson and D.J. Fluker were selected high in the draft, but both have troubling flaws in pass protection according to Word of Muth.