16 Mar 2015, 02:43pm by Scott Kacsmar
One 2014 team had the highest rate of failed completions on offense and defense. Another ranked 16th on both sides of the ball. Which one won the Super Bowl?
33 comments, Last at 19 Mar 2015, 9:43pm by tuluse
13 Mar 2015, 01:42pm by Andrew Healy
When analyzing trades, is it possible to measure players, draft picks, and cap space on one scale? Well, we can try.
123 comments, Last at 19 Mar 2015, 4:08pm by chemical burn
09 Mar 2015, 05:47pm by Aaron Schatz
Or, at least, of the past 25 years. It's probably not who you think it is.
46 comments, Last at 24 Mar 2015, 1:52am by LionInAZ
05 Mar 2015, 03:33pm by Scott Kacsmar
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.
13 comments, Last at 09 Mar 2015, 1:18pm by tuluse
04 Mar 2015, 04:20pm by Scott Kacsmar
The Giants are the league's most injured team for the second straight year, while Chip Kelly's Eagles finish in the top five again. Also: Jay Gruden takes a page from Bill Belichick, and find out which team wasted their short-term IR tag.
26 comments, Last at 29 Apr 2016, 8:37am by chintyajason
27 Jan 2015, 05:40pm by Aaron Schatz
Seattle and New England were among the most penalized teams in the NFL this year, and among the teams with the fewest penalties on their opponents. But the gap between Seattle and the rest of the NFL on that latter number is a bit nuts.
27 comments, Last at 31 Jan 2015, 8:47pm by RickD
22 Jan 2015, 03:31pm by Scott Kacsmar
This year's update to playoff drive stats looks at Andrew Luck's January misfortunes and Russell Wilson's field-position advantage.
5 comments, Last at 23 Jan 2015, 11:15am by Biebs
12 Dec 2014, 02:56pm by Scott Kacsmar
Does the outcome of one divisional game really have an impact on the rematch? We studied every divisional matchup from 2002-2013.
23 comments, Last at 14 Dec 2014, 1:38pm by RickD
25 Aug 2014, 12:50pm by Scott Kacsmar
In the last 12 years, which divisions have been the strongest? The weakest? The best on offense and defense? The best DVOA? Does playing in a strong division lead to more playoff success?
6 comments, Last at 26 Aug 2014, 10:23am by nat
22 Aug 2014, 04:33pm by Vincent Verhei
Going too low in your fantasy draft: veteran quarterbacks, running backs who do more with their hands than their feet, and Houston's (only) two good receivers.
4 comments, Last at 23 Sep 2014, 2:17pm by