17 Dec 2004
The Doc is in fine form today, as he tells us what he'd do if he had Paul Tagliabue's job:
"I'd get rid of all artificial surfaces. I'd make sure all NFL sponsored products were made in the USA. For all the phony flag waving the league does, all the NFL-sponsored clothing I've come across is made in places like Honduras or the Philippines, none in the U.S. To paraphrase the slogan of the British firm of Marks & Spencer ("British Goods mean British Jobs"), American goods mean American jobs."
OK, I don't know if we really want Dr. Z's analysis of global trade, but it's this next part that will get Football Outsiders readers behind him:
"And then I'd completely re-do the way they compile the statistics and get them in a form that made sense." DVOA as an official NFL stat. That'll be the day.
How big is mobility in Russell Wilson's game? We looked at every play of the scramblin' man's career to understand how much of Seattle's offense is by design versus improv.