Advanced analytics on player and team performance
Peyton Manning has 49 game-winning drives. Tom Brady has 37. Aaron Rodgers has nine. What does it all mean? Scott Kacsmar breaks down the game-winning drives for 22 active quarterbacks as only he can.
Using the game charting project, we are able to adjust sack rate, but can we improve it to learn why a quarterback gets sacked?
There are more NFL stats and metrics than ever before, but when subjectivity enters into the method of calculation, we must show more caution in trusting the data.
Our second post comparing 2013 KUBIAK to ADP finds the underrated players in fantasy football you should consider waiting on.
Part I of our look at KUBIAK rankings compared to ADP focuses on this year's overvalued players. From health scares to a steep learning curve for rookies, this is buyer's beware.
Who got luckiest when the pointy ball hit the ground last year? Which teams can we expect to see a little rebound this year based on regression to the mean?
After 266 concussions in the 2011 season, the NFL had 265 in 2012. Is that progress? Scott Kacsmar expects the number of concussions to rise in 2013 ... but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Thoughts on the standing of three running backs contending for the Hall of Fame: Terrell Davis, Roger Craig, and Jerome Bettis.
In the twilight of a dangerous career, Michael Vick earns what may be his final stint on top... but not in a particularly good way.
A look at the biggest offseason moves by running backs. Wait, this is still an NFL position?