The Patriots and Bills inch closer to Tampa Bay atop our DVOA ratings. Plus, why isn't Cincinnati higher, and have the Seahawks finally broken DVOA for good?
The Buccaneers move to No. 1 for the first time this year after their best single game of the season. Plus: New England is hot and Buffalo is historically inconsistent.
Buffalo is back at no. 1, with Arizona dropping to fourth after a bad game from backup quarterbacks. Let's look further at the effect of backup quarterbacks on our predictive DAVE ratings.
Which teams are set up with their schedules to look better or worse over the second half of the season? Plus, a Thursday Night Football preview.
The Cardinals take the top spot in DVOA away from the Bills, plus a look at teams that have gotten significantly better (Titans) or worse (Panthers) over the last five weeks.
Official NFL rankings have the Colts 17th against the run. DVOA says they are No. 1. Where's the disconnect? Plus: Thursday night preview.
Green Bay is lower than expected in DVOA, and Indianapolis is higher than expected. Let's unveil the latest ratings and explain what's going on.
The top five teams in our DVOA ratings remain the same, led by Buffalo and Arizona. So let's look at some other teams. Why aren't the 5-2 Titans and Raiders higher in our ratings? And what is Seattle doing in the top 10 at 2-5?
Buffalo is still on top of the DVOA ratings, but the Bills are much closer to the rest of the league after Monday night's loss to Tennessee. The NFC dominates after that with the Cardinals, Rams, Bucs, and Cowboys rounding out the top five. Plus, a look at run funnels vs. pass funnels and Detroit vs. the history of 0-6 teams.
Tampa Bay comes out better than average when we compare them to the average defending champion in DVOA. Kansas City comes out below average for a defending Super Bowl loser, but by less than you might expect. Plus, a mini Thursday night Bucs-Eagles preview!