15 Dec 2009, 06:44pm by Aaron Schatz
The standings say 2009 has two historically great teams far ahead of the rest of the league. The DVOA ratings say we have more good teams, more tightly-packed together in quality, than ever before. What's going on?
320 comments, Last at 20 Dec 2009, 11:31am by R O
08 Dec 2009, 05:57pm by Aaron Schatz
Not even the antics of Admiral Armbar can keep the rising Packers out of the DVOA top three. Plus: 2009, the Year of Pythagorean Overachievers.
266 comments, Last at 14 Dec 2009, 7:42pm by TheHippo
01 Dec 2009, 08:05pm by Aaron Schatz
The Saints are back on top with a big win, but are they one of the best teams ever? So far, DVOA says no. Plus: Why are the Bengals ranked so darn low?
294 comments, Last at 07 Dec 2009, 7:52pm by Spielman
24 Nov 2009, 03:15pm by Aaron Schatz
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18 Nov 2009, 12:04am by Aaron Schatz
The Patriots and Colts begin to pull away from the pack in a year defined by offense instead of defense. Plus: The record-breaking Minnesota special teams.
246 comments, Last at 24 Nov 2009, 3:28pm by RickD
10 Nov 2009, 02:39pm by Aaron Schatz
Dallas climbs into the top five, while the Patriots begin to widen their lead in weighted DVOA. Win-loss records are scrambled at the top of our ratings, but the 1-7 teams settle nicely to the bottom.
225 comments, Last at 14 Nov 2009, 9:38am by Whatev
03 Nov 2009, 05:29pm by Aaron Schatz
Idle New England slips into the top spot, one of five current teams that rank among the top 25 all-time in DVOA through Week 8. Plus: Could a guy with just one touchdown be the best running back of the year?
225 comments, Last at 06 Nov 2009, 9:27am by Gruntled
27 Oct 2009, 06:05pm by Aaron Schatz
The Packers ride into the DVOA top five thanks to yet another of this year's many turnaround defenses. Defense is generally less predictable than offense, but is it particularly unusual to have this many defenses playing much better or worse than a year ago? Actually, yes.
189 comments, Last at 30 Oct 2009, 3:04pm by Andrew Potter
20 Oct 2009, 05:52pm by Aaron Schatz
Sorry, Brian Hoyer: 59-0 does wonders for the Pats' DVOA, but you're the reason they couldn't catch the Saints or make the all-time single-game top ten.
306 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2009, 6:22pm by Slinkster
13 Oct 2009, 05:34pm by Aaron Schatz
This week: DVOA suggests that one of this year's surprise teams is a mirage, and we look at the history of bad defenses that hire new, experienced coordinators.
183 comments, Last at 16 Oct 2009, 11:40am by Bruce G.