Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis
This week's SDA features a successful podcast (for once) and previews a week full of interesting road trips.
The first regular edition of Word of Muth focuses on Washington's first drive against Dallas. Plus: Whose fault was the Alex Barron holding call, really?
It's the official Ochocinco cereal taste test! Will Mike Tanier's children survive? Plus, life without Vincent Jackson in San Diego.
Your Scramble writers make their return to insanity. Fantasy football, the Loser League, commercials and the rest -- it's all back.
There have been more than a few dramatic FCS victories this season. Brian Fremeau explains why FEI doesn't include those results, for better or for worse.
This week, Cover-3 gets on the phone and talks to key architects of the Texans' new running game, Seattle's multiple fronts, and Chris Johnson's road to 2,500.
The initial DVOA ratings of 2010 smile upon the Seahawks, Giants, and Patriots, but Dallas fans may want to stab their own eyeballs.
Quick Reads returns with a valuable lesson: Peyton Manning can't actually win games all by himself. Plus: Why Matt Forte's standard stats were misleading, but Arian Foster's were not.
The Jets were able to get a new deal done for Darrelle Revis, but what will it cost them in future negotiations?
National Jump to Conclusions Week became National Second-Guess Week, as coaches and players presented the FO staff with downright absurd decisions. Plus: Albert Haynesworth diagrams!