17 Sep 2013, 06:10pm by Aaron Schatz
Many strange things are afoot early in the 2013 season, but the best Super Bowl odds still pit a headliner from the new wave of young quarterbacks against the legend of legends.
161 comments, Last at 22 Sep 2013, 11:52am by mitch
10 Sep 2013, 06:27pm by Aaron Schatz
The arrival of 1990 DVOA suggests Scott Norwood's wide right didn't create a great Super Bowl upset. It prevented one. Plus: player ratings for Tecmo Super Bowl featuring QB EAGLES.
64 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2013, 9:49pm by sn0mm1s
10 Sep 2013, 03:50pm by Aaron Schatz
With just one week of DVOA ratings, we remind you not to jump to conclusions over one game. Except when it comes to the Broncos. They're probably pretty good.
114 comments, Last at 06 Nov 2013, 4:43pm by keywords demon
04 Sep 2013, 03:31pm by Aaron Schatz
These guys again? Weak competition in the AFC means New England and Denver are the two most likely teams to make Super Bowl XLVIII, with Green Bay and Seattle as their most likely opponents.
167 comments, Last at 20 Oct 2013, 12:05pm by jhonh
02 Sep 2013, 05:45pm by Aaron Schatz
Before we go forward into a new season, let us go back into the past with the long-awaited expansion of DVOA into 1989 and 1990. First up: Some old school 49ers dominance.
99 comments, Last at 06 Sep 2013, 9:47pm by rja1
30 Aug 2013, 05:11pm by Danny Tuccitto
Tony Gonzalez is top of the line by any measure, and top-of-the-line blocking tight ends are (unsurprisingly) singled out with Freddie Jones as poor performers.
15 comments, Last at 03 Sep 2013, 5:39pm by Fartzone
25 Aug 2013, 01:01pm by Danny Tuccitto
The riddle of football value: If one the best ever plays most of his career with some of the best ever, is he really one the best ever?
89 comments, Last at 25 Jan 2016, 1:55pm by Vibhav
20 Aug 2013, 09:41am by Danny Tuccitto
No back is an island, entire of itself; every back is a piece of the continent. Though if the size of Europe, sorry, DYAR says you're on thine own, buddy.
56 comments, Last at 24 Aug 2013, 5:35am by RyeLeaf
15 Aug 2013, 04:30pm by Danny Tuccitto
Marshall Faulk was really good. For another running back, though, Hall of Fame voters have lost themselves. They saw him; they know him; they knew him, but it seems they can't remember his name.
152 comments, Last at 24 Mar 2015, 2:52am by jamal
12 Aug 2013, 11:39am by Danny Tuccitto
Last week, we recognized the Mount Rushmore of Quarterbacks since 1991. This week, it's time for the Four Horsemen of the Quarterbocalypse.
126 comments, Last at 22 Jan 2014, 3:41pm by bamsest