29 Dec 2016, 04:05pm by Scott Kacsmar
Matt Ryan is having one of the best passing seasons in NFL history, so why isn't he running away with the MVP award? Did we mention we're talking about Matt Ryan? Scott Kacsmar breaks down the MVP race heading into Week 17.
76 comments, Last at 04 Jan 2017, 5:05pm by t_thomson
02 Dec 2016, 04:36pm by Guest
Guest columnist Zachary O. Binney looks the effects of the removal of the "Probable" designation from the NFL's official injury reports.
14 comments, Last at 07 Dec 2016, 3:00pm by Zach_Injuries
04 Nov 2016, 04:49pm by Scott Kacsmar
Scott Kacsmar uses average playoff droughts and the latest playoff odds to find an unusual lack of parity in 2016. The top Super Bowl contenders appear to be teams that have already been there the most.
22 comments, Last at 07 Nov 2016, 11:21am by nat
30 Sep 2016, 03:38pm by Scott Kacsmar
Trevor Siemian and Carson Wentz rank in the bottom three in average air yards. Do good quarterbacks usually increase their air yards with more experience, or do their passes actually get shorter over time?
30 comments, Last at 05 Oct 2016, 11:26pm by thebamoor
06 Sep 2016, 11:54pm by Scott Kacsmar
The conclusion to Scott Kacsmar's Super Bowl study focuses on the defense. Why are we so willing to accept that "defense wins championships?" Also: sustaining offense vs. defense and the biggest single-year improvements since 1989.
8 comments, Last at 07 Sep 2016, 4:23pm by Sixknots
02 Sep 2016, 04:42pm by Scott Kacsmar
Part II of Scott Kacsmar's Super Bowl team study looks at the construction of offenses in the DVOA era, the importance of timing, the necessity of change, and the biggest single-year DVOA turnarounds since 1989.
77 comments, Last at 17 Nov 2016, 11:50am by Gift seller
31 Aug 2016, 11:27am by Scott Kacsmar
To win a Super Bowl, do you want a team with balance, or one that is dominant on one side of the ball? Part I of Scott Kacsmar's study looks at what the DVOA era tells us about building Super Bowl teams. Having a dominant unit and a track record of success is crucial, but has that always been true?
68 comments, Last at 06 Sep 2016, 1:53pm by Billy Everyteen
29 Aug 2016, 12:36pm by Guest
Guest columnist Zachary O. Binney fact-checks a story in a national publication and finds that everyone makes mistakes.
20 comments, Last at 31 Aug 2016, 2:15pm by Bright Blue Shorts
23 Aug 2016, 05:34pm by Scott Kacsmar
You don't see many fifth-round rookie wideouts with real expectations, but Tajae Sharpe is one. Tennessee's poor history of developing wideouts has led to a rare opportunity that Sharpe can seize this season.
4 comments, Last at 25 Aug 2016, 4:44pm by Jerry
22 Aug 2016, 03:56pm by Vincent Verhei
Our look at players going too low in fantasy drafts shows an obvious trend: people have lost faith in the Cincinnati offense. We explain why overestimating the Bengals' decline is a mistake.
4 comments, Last at 21 Dec 2016, 9:03pm by ahlinyaobatherbal