The best and worst players of the week according to Football Outsiders stats.
David Johnson and Antonio Brown put up two of the best games at their positions in the DVOA era.
Tavon Austin is doing things that no other wide receiver has ever done before -- which, for the Rams, is both good news and bad.
After a weekend full of big quarterback runs, we look at which quarterbacks have been most effective on the ground this season -- and which defenses have been the best and worst at stopping them.
Russell WIlson's big game against Pittsburgh included some third-down numbers that would have been weird for most quarterbacks, but they were perfectly normal for him.
Seattle's unheralded running back puts up the best game of the year, and one of the best rookie games we've ever measured.
After four interceptions against Kansas City, it's time for the Denver Broncos to let Peyton Manning fade into the background.
Nick Foles was the worst quarterback of Week 9. That's not unusual by itself, but the circumstances of that worst-place finish are quite rare indeed.
Drew Brees had one of the top ten DYAR games of all time, and then lost it 24 hours later. Plus: quarterbacks running wild!
Ryan Tannehill threatened several records in Miami's big win over Houston -- but our advanced stats were underwhelmed.
Even in defeat, Philip Rivers was at his very best against Green Bay -- but as usual for Rivers, it seems like his best is never enough.