Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis
A guest column from Colts fan Kyle Winslow looks at the problems that the Colts face in their transition to the 3-4.
It's time again for that FO tradition: grading the grades given out for the NFL Draft. This year, the pundits are high on Cincinnati, low on New Orleans, and confused by Chicago and Seattle.
From the mind that brought you SackSEER comes the Mocktopus, an amalgamation of mock drafts honed by statistical analysis.
It's the introduction of an updated version of our SackSEER projection system, with a review of all the edge rusher prospects in the 2012 draft and a re-evaluation of our Jason Pierre-Paul nightmare.
Which coaches were most aggressive when it came to fourth downs in 2011? And could a couple high-profile plays be hiding the fact that NFL coaches are actually getting less aggressive?
Guest columnist Chris Berney tests his theory that the Ravens were mishandled by offensive coordinator Cam Cameron last season. Was the problem the play calling, or was it the players?
Kevin Haynes returns for the second part of his look at his resource-centric model for college football success. Who were the best and worst coaches according to the model? And why would Ohio State need to cheat?
Guest columnist Kevin Haynes takes a look at how much resources matter for college football teams. Is there a reason that Notre Dame is a continual disappointment in the eyes of many?
In this guest column, Nathan Forster evaluates last year's SackSEER performance and projects the 2011 class of defensive ends and 3-4 outside linebackers.
In this guest column, Matt Scribbins argues that the Vikings have only one option for saving the team: trade Adrian Peterson.