Our look at slot versus wide performance in the passing game continues. Joe Burrow and Matthew Stafford's success correlates with that of their receivers. What does that mean for Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes as they break in new receivers in 2022?
The 49ers are done with their veteran QB, partly because a good pass rush turns him into a turnover machine. And in Buffalo, Josh Allen specializes in beating pressure with his arms and legs alike.
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?
Our annual look at receiving performance in and of the slot kicks off with the receivers. By the time we're done with these statistical articles, we'll have used every available picture of Cooper Kupp.
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.
Our annual look at defensive personnel checks on Dan Quinn abandoning the base, the effects of Matt Milano on the Buffalo defense, and whether Pete Carroll is secretly still a defensive genius.
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.
Our annual look at offensive personnel see the Rams and Bengals take the 11-personnel revolution to it's logical endpoint. Also: something fishy in Miami.
Our look at defensive splash plays from last season highlights the Pittsburgh Steelers' once-a-generation pass-rushing combo and the middle of the Buffalo Bills' defense.
Over the last two weeks, we've looked at YAC+ and plus/minus from the offensive perspective. But can these stats tell us anything meaningful about the defensive side of the ball?