Advanced analytics on player and team performance
Which quarterbacks fared best under pressure last year? And does performance under pressure have any correlation from year to year?
How defenders' poor hands made Ryan Tannehill look better than he truly was in 2013, while inexperienced receivers and poor timing made Tom Brady look worse than he truly was.
Is this the year for Marvin Harrison? Junior Seau? Or perhaps one of four eligible men from the Greatest Show on Turf?
Is Kurt Warner a Hall of Fame quarterback? We dissect both sides of the case from multiple angles.
Sidney Rice has retired. Is he the most random single-season DYAR leader ever? One-year wonder? Injury prone? We offer a career retrospective for the second-best wide receiver named Rice in NFL history.
Our season finale of catch radius focuses on the growing size of Josh McCown's talented receiving duos, including breakout stud Alshon Jeffery. Also: Anquan Boldin's incredible year.
Part I of our catch radius season finale spotlights the NFC kings of double coverage (Calvin Johnson), the sideline (Jordy Nelson), the drag route (DeSean Jackson) and the red zone (Dez Bryant).
Catch radius offers insight on the Broncos, the Bengals, and some 2013 DVOA studs (Doug Baldwin, Kenny Stills, Keenan Allen).
For a team that was winning often, the Seahawks sure faced a lot of multiple-back running plays.
The Eagles led the way out of singleback sets in 2013, while the 49ers struggled in their customary multiple-back sets.