06 Sep 2011, 12:35pm by Aaron Schatz
The 2011 DVOA projections foresee a big year for the state of Pennsylvania, a good chance of Andrew Luck in the AFC West, and very tough schedules for the AFC East.
132 comments, Last at 20 Jul 2012, 4:38pm by RLLL
01 Feb 2011, 12:54pm by Aaron Schatz
Sunday, the Super Bowl will be decided in Dallas. But once upon a time, the Super Bowl belonged to Dallas. Come revisit the Cowboys dynasty as we add another year to our DVOA database. Special bonus: The worst offense of the last 20 years.
171 comments, Last at 17 Aug 2012, 9:11am by nath
24 Jan 2011, 12:40pm by Aaron Schatz
Here are DVOA ratings for the Conference Championship games, including some interesting first half-second half splits.
62 comments, Last at 27 Jan 2011, 5:38pm by Will Allen
17 Jan 2011, 06:20pm by Aaron Schatz
More postseason DVOA here. The four remaining teams rank second, fourth, fifth, and eighth.
66 comments, Last at 21 Jan 2011, 11:17am by Eddo
10 Jan 2011, 03:05pm by Aaron Schatz
Postseason DVOA returns, suggesting that the Colts outplayed the Jets and that the Bears are over some early-season problems.
89 comments, Last at 14 Jan 2011, 10:52am by Mr Shush
03 Jan 2011, 06:30pm by Aaron Schatz
This year's record-setters in DVOA and DYAR include the Patriots offense, Antonio Gates, and Jacoby Ford... but not the San Diego Chargers special teams.
202 comments, Last at 15 Jan 2011, 12:27am by otbricki22
29 Dec 2010, 01:46pm by Aaron Schatz
This week: Red-hot Patriots, collapsing Seahawks, inconsistent Raiders, and why so many teams have positive passing DVOA this season.
126 comments, Last at 05 Jan 2011, 9:32pm by Nathan
22 Dec 2010, 02:05pm by Aaron Schatz
In this week's delayed DVOA ratings: New England passes New England as the best offense ever, and San Diego passes the 1997 Seahawks and 2000 Bills as NOT the worst special teams ever.
149 comments, Last at 24 Dec 2010, 10:00pm by Andrew Potter
14 Dec 2010, 05:57pm by Aaron Schatz
This week's DVOA features separation both on top and at bottom, along with a look at various weekly splits. Where have the Cowboys improved under Jason Garrett? What did losing Darrelle Revis mean to the Jets' September defense? And are the Steelers really better since Big Ben returned?
175 comments, Last at 20 Dec 2010, 11:02am by DeltaWhiskey
07 Dec 2010, 06:12pm by Aaron Schatz
45-3 moves the Patriots to number one, but the media may be wrong about their defense improving in recent weeks. Plus: Lots of ways to measure schedule strength.
168 comments, Last at 13 Dec 2010, 12:00pm by Felkar