28 Nov 2012, 06:23pm by Brian Fremeau
For as much attention has been paid to fixing the BCS as a poor method to determine a national champion, the conference championship structure is problematic as well.
16 comments, Last at 30 Nov 2012, 4:36pm by Dan in Philly
28 Nov 2012, 05:55pm by Danny Tuccitto
This week's theme: the AFC South, where three of the four defenses rank 28th or worst in DVOA. Also, a sad tale of the sun setting in Arizona for one my favorite fantasy players.
2 comments, Last at 28 Nov 2012, 7:20pm by Anonymouse
23 Nov 2012, 10:08am by Aaron Schatz
Why is this Giants slump different from all other slumps? Because this one is powered by a massive personal slump for Eli Manning, three straight games below 0 DYAR. That's almost unheard of for a quarterback of his quality, and a good reason to believe the Giants can bounce back.
7 comments, Last at 09 Apr 2013, 8:32am by jason mathews
21 Nov 2012, 01:09pm by Danny Tuccitto
Fantasy schedule strengths for kickers and defenses. Is Kaepernick for real? Ditto Jacksonville's offense? Otherwise, start your Bengals and Colts.
2 comments, Last at 21 Nov 2012, 6:26pm by Anonymouse
20 Nov 2012, 12:31pm by Vince Verhei
Philip Rivers is getting sacked more often and throwing more interceptions than ever before. Is this a sign that the Chargers need to move on from him, or do the problems extend beyond that? Similarity scores say that it's the latter.
16 comments, Last at 25 Nov 2012, 6:13pm by Dean
15 Nov 2012, 04:26pm by Aaron Schatz
Maybe the difference between Jay Cutler and Jason Campbell isn't that big. It certainly pales in comparison to the difference between Alex Smith under pressure and Alex Smith not under pressure. Also, in Cover Watch: Arizona's offense may suck, but the defense is still good.
14 comments, Last at 17 Nov 2012, 2:39am by Little Bobby Tables
14 Nov 2012, 02:04pm by Danny Tuccitto
This week, we give DVOA-based fantasy schedule strengths to help set up your roster for the playoffs. Also, we tout players in silver and black, and tell you why several matchups aren't what they seem.
3 comments, Last at 18 Nov 2012, 7:11am by C
13 Nov 2012, 10:07pm by Brian Fremeau
After Alabama was upset last weekend, Kansas State, Oregon, and Notre Dame are in position to take advantage. But each of those three teams has vulnerabilities in the home stretch as well. In this piece, we calculate the likelihood of winning out for each of the three main contenders, and identify the areas in which each might be be due for an upset before the end of the year.
13 Nov 2012, 12:40pm by Vince Verhei
With Tampa's ability to hit the deep ball and their unheralded knack for snuffing out running plays in the backfield, it's not totally crazy to think they could knock off enough more-heralded opponents to sneak their way to 10 wins.
8 comments, Last at 15 Nov 2012, 12:19pm by BJR