Advanced analytics on player and team performance
Putting J.J. Watt's pass deflections at the line into further context.
Looking at how defenses tried to match up to 12 personnel. Why are the Falcons and Packers massive outliers in this regard?
The Titans and Saints were among the league's worst defending runs out of single-back formations, while Baltimore struggled with multiple-back formations.
Peyton Manning brought the one-back game to Denver, but did their run DVOA actually improve? Plus: surprising results on how San Francisco fared with Kaepernick under center in their run game.
Joe Flacco was the only quarterback to get a big deal this offseason, but that doesn't mean we can't look at the White Elephant Backup Exchange!
What do stats on deep passes tell us about quarterbacks such as Christian Ponder and Josh Freeman?
The Saints and Ravens are among the teams that struggled the most against play-action passes in 2012.
Which offenses were the best and worst with play-action passes in 2012? Robert Griffin's effect was obvious in Washington.
11 personnel has become the most common formation of the day. What can we learn from its growth? How do specific teams match up to it?
DeAngelo Hall? Of course he's there. But which highly thought of corners also joined him in putting up ugly charting statistics this season?