Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis
Walkthrough goes weekly with more quarterback Top Fives (Seattle, Arizona) and a look at the mystery man running 49ers practices.
Next in our continuing look at our defensive stats for 2010: The players who made the highest and lowest percentage of successful plays against the run.
Who made the most big plays against the pass in 2010? The same guy who may have made the most bad plays against the pass in 2010. Hey, DeAngelo Hall just makes plays -- of varied quality.
Is emptying the backfield on third-and-short a good idea? Mike Tanier investigates. Plus: Montana vs. Young and other great San Francisco quarterbacks, and highlights from a special Top 100 list.
Who will throw the ball for the Cardinals and the Seahawks this season? And who will catch it for the Rams? Vince Verhei addresses these post-draft NFC West questions.
Last week, we looked at which players had the most Defeats in 2010. Today, we get more specific to see who made the most big plays against the run.
Robert Weintraub guides you through the defensive line-needy NFC South, examining each team's biggest need when free agency finally begins.
Brian McIntyre breaks down the Cowboys' need for corners, what the Giants are lacking along the offensive line, what the Redskins will do at quarterback, and other NFC East needs.
FO starts opening up the stat notebooks, beginning with a look at the defenders with the most Defeats in 2010. There's a surprising name at the top of our list, plus a very special appearance by Ndamukong Suh.
Mike Tanier explores the Packers' board-based draft, Minnesota's need along each line, Detroit's dominant defensive line, and how it will attack the Bears' weak offensive line.