30 Sep 2011
Over at Coltzilla, staff writer Jacob Crocker does a bang-up job providing charting-style statistical reports after each game. Especially interesting -- at least to me -- is the weekly info about each quarterback's average time from snap to pass. Kind-of-shocking revelation: Colt McCoy got rid of the ball in Week 2 about as fast as Peyton Manning did on his average pass in 2010. Not-so-shocking revelation: A musket fires faster than Kerry Collins.
The reports seem to come out each Friday, so I guess that means Crocker's breakdown of the Steelers game will be up on the site later today. The link above is to his Week 2 analysis. Here's Week 1.
Did you know the Chargers started five different centers in 2014, or that the Ravens placed five cornerbacks on IR? Part II of our 2014 AGL study looks at injuries by unit.