Football Outsiders' look at the greatest teams over the NFL's first 100 years kicks off! Here's a look at the methodology behind our Dynasty Rankings and a list of all 56 teams that we'll be covering over the next three weeks.
Jameis Winston became the first quarterback to throw 30 interceptions in a season in over three decades. Surely some of that must have been bad luck, right? As a matter of fact, no, it was not. We explore Winston's mind-boggling season, and look at the quarterbacks with the best and worst luck in 2019.
In many ways, NFL coaches are more aggressive than they used to be. Going into halftime, though, they still frequently run out the clock when they should be trying to score -- unless, of course, the backup quarterback is in the game.
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What makes a good run a good run? Guest columnist Caio Brighenti uses visualized data to show that more often than not, it has more to do with the blocking at the point of attack than with who is carrying the ball.
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No surprise here: Ohio State's Chase Young is the top edge rusher prospect in this year's draft class. Are there any pass-rushers teams can target if they're not lucky enough to be drafting at the top of the first round? And who is the prospect teams should avoid?
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Is the 2020 class of wide receivers stacked with talented prospects? Yes it is. Is it the best of all time? Not necessarily. In his latest version of Playmaker Score, guest columnist Nathan Forster breaks down the college stats and combine performances of wideouts such as Oklahoma's CeeDee Lamb and attempts to forecast their NFL success.
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