13 Sep 2009
Football Outsiders returns to the Keeping Score column of the Sunday New York Times with this roundup of data from our huge injury database. Included: offensive injuries are more important than defensive ones; injuries to running backs generally don't hurt a team's running game at all; older players don't actually get injured more often; and more. (Free NY Times registration required.)
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You've just been awarded an NFL expansion team and must build your personnel department. How would you do it? Matt Waldman takes on the exercise.