What would our QBASE projection system have said about 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy if he was drafted high enough to qualify?
One of the keys to Josh Allen's success with the Buffalo Bills: unlike a lot of quarterbacks, he actually tries to convert on third-and-long.
Is there a benefit to running or passing on back-to-back plays, or should NFL offenses try to keep defenses off-balance?
In Detroit, Matthew Stafford failed to win a single playoff game. But with the Los Angeles Rams giving him better protection than he had ever enjoyed before, Stafford celebrated with a Super Bowl win.
Going into last year's Super Bowl, the Cincinnati Bengals had more big wins than the Los Angeles Rams, but also more bad losses. Should that data have given either team an edge?
Pete Carroll likes to call runs. Andy Reid likes to throw passes. But do NFL coaches change their strategy to avoid calling similar plays twice in a row?
With draft information now in hand, we can complete our QBASE forecasts. The class of rookie quarterbacks looks even worse now that it did in April, but Pittsburgh's Kenny Pickett has a real chance to succeed.
Guest columnist Joe Mahoney looks at Day 3 draft picks vs. undrafted free agents. There are a number of reasons why players would prefer to be undrafted rather than taken in Rounds 6-7.
In conjunction with the release of 1981 DVOA, we present the Year in Quotes, chronicling the season of the first championship in the history of the San Francisco 49ers.
The strike dominates our review of 1982 quotes, plus the Raiders move to L.A. and Washington wins its first Super Bowl.