25 Nov 2009, 03:18pm by Aaron Schatz
Here's your weekly look at matchups through the prism of Football Outsiders stats.
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25 Nov 2009, 12:25pm by Bill Barnwell
This week we're rockin' little-known players like Jason Snelling and Malcom "Don't Call Me Malcolm" Floyd -- and staying far away from Kevin Smith and Matt Forte.
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24 Nov 2009, 03:26pm by Vincent Verhei
This week's Any Given Sunday does double-duty, looking at both the Oakland win over Cincinnati and the Kansas City win over Pittsburgh. Did these games represent the culmination of trends that could cost these teams their playoff spots? The answer will please Bengals fans and disappoint Steelers fans.
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22 Nov 2009, 09:22pm by Bill Barnwell
This week's ESPN feature is a look at the Titans' relative chances of making the playoffs.
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20 Nov 2009, 11:53am by Aaron Schatz
Here's an ESPN feature on pinpointing the point of no return for young quarterbacks.
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20 Nov 2009, 11:51am by Bill Barnwell
This week's Fantasy Matchups piece takes a look at replacement-level in fantasy, with and without the bye.
19 Nov 2009, 02:49pm by Bill Connelly
This week's ESPN Insider college feature looks at the most and least consistent college teams this year. Game-by-game variation -- it's not just for DVOA any more!
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19 Nov 2009, 01:53pm by Aaron Schatz
Among the tidbits in this week's Numbers Crunching: The Colts run best where they run least, the Patriots excel on second-and-short, and Adrian Peterson gets ready to make the Sunday night highlights. Repeatedly.
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17 Nov 2009, 11:56am by Vincent Verhei
Last week's Any Given Sunday talked about how bad the Packers' offensive line was. Then they went out and beat the Cowboys. So what about the other half of the team? This week's Any Given Sunday talks about how their defense (top-ranked in DVOA) could drag that awful offensive line into the playoffs anyway.
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16 Nov 2009, 12:17pm by Aaron Schatz
This week's Monday Night Football column features two-year similarity scores for everybody's favorite pair of Jersey boys turned Baltimore superstars. You'll be quite impressed when you see who we compare to Joe Flacco and Ray Rice. Audubon High and Rutgers represent!
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