Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis
A new team takes command of the FEI No. 1 spot, and Brian Fremeau breaks down situational offensive drive statistics.
This week, Doug Farrar analyzes the Michael Vick decision from a playbook perspective with help from a good friend, and reviews how Ndamukong Suh is making the big leap to the NFL.
This year, no team stands out as superlative after starting the season with two big wins, but Clay Matthews and the Green Bay Packers come closest.
Big weeks for Kyle Orton, Jason Snelling, and Jahvid Best. Plus, Bill looks at quick QB hooks and asks: What do coaches know now that they didn't know two weeks ago?
Brett Favre does what Brett Favre does. Graham Gano gets iced. The Sanchize has his revenge. The FO crew bears witness to it all.
In this week's Varsity Numbers, Bill Connelly addresses the FCS question, ponders early-season rankings, and explores the best of letdown songs.
The secret to Wade Phillips' diet, the league's dirtiest player dubs his successor, Lil Wayne's favorite player is revealed, and more in this week's best quotes.
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.