Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis
As guest columnist Chris Bouton explains, the New Orleans Saints have spent years trading up in the draft for players like Mark Ingram -- which is why their current roster is such a mess.
Guest columnist Jared Cohen's research shows that Philadelphia may not be the only offense that sees an unusually high rate of opposing injuries.
Guest columnist Jared Cohen explores whether teams are faking injuries to slow down high-tempo offenses like the Eagles.
For a team that was winning often, the Seahawks sure faced a lot of multiple-back running plays.
Kenneth Arthur looks at how DVOA and strength of schedule play with each other, especially in regards to Super Bowl possibilities.
The Eagles led the way out of singleback sets in 2013, while the 49ers struggled in their customary multiple-back sets.
A guest column by Gregor Bozic visualizes spatial data on Peyton Manning, Russell Wilson, and Colin Kaepernick in the playoffs.
It's time for our annual look at where draftniks agree and disagree in their evaluations of draft day. The Rams lead the way with their extra first-round pick from the RG3 trade.
We unveil a new, more accurate version of our Playmaker Score wide receiver projection system. It sure loves this year's deep class, but the order of first-rounders is a bit of a surprise.
Is there any evidence of a contract year effect? Ben Singer builds on his old analysis with some new tools.