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Can Seahawks Keep Up High Offensive DVOA?

The Bills and Eagles pace this week's DVOA ratings. Plus: the effect of early opponent adjustments, and the Seahawks compared to other recent overachieving offenses.

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Chiefs, Eagles Soar on Sort-it-Out Sunday

The Philadelphia Eagles remain undefeated, Patrick Mahomes goes brrr, Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson trade heroics, and other Week 4 action.



What is DVOA? DVOA (Defense-adjusted Value Over Average) takes every single play during the season and compares success to a league-average baseline based on situation and opponent. DVOA measures not just yardage, but yardage towards a first down: Five yards on third-and-4 are worth more than five yards on first-and-10 and much more than five yards on third-and-12. Learn More >>

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Seahawks 2nd in Offensive DVOA?! | DVOA Show | NFL Week 5

Welcome to the Football Outsiders DVOA Show for NFL Week 5! Your hosts, Aaron Schatz, Vince Verhei, and Bryan Knowles, will be here weekly to share the most essential NFL news from an analytical perspective. Today's episode features the Seattle Seahawks and their surprisingly good offensive DVOA, the Baltimore Ravens' inability to hold a lead, a historic landmark for the Green Bay Packers, and some additional player stats that we would like to highlight (Patrick Mahomes, Zach Wilson, Trevor Lawrence, Bailey Zappe, Cooper Rush, etc.) as wrap things up.

NFL Week 5 • October 4, 2022


Just How Good is the Seahawks Offense? | DVOA Show

Aaron Schatz and Bryan Knowles join Vincent Verhei to detail every eye-popping stat from Week 4 in the NFL.

NFL Week 5 11 hours ago
NFL Week 5 11 hours ago

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Clemson Tigers Grab ACC Control

Clemson defeated its second consecutive competitor for the ACC Atlantic crown, Alabama figured it out and rolled despite a Bryce Young injury, Georgia survived Missouri but looked vulnerable for the second straight week, and Michigan won an Iowa kind of football game.

NCAA Week 5 October 03, 12:08 am ET
NCAA Week 5 October 03, 12:08 am ET