Advanced analytics on player and team performance
Which back are we (partially) rationally in love with? Who has half a season that should be thrown out in projecting his performance?
What do our Twitter followers think of Big Ben, Eli, and others? Find out in this week's Wisdom of Crowds.
In our newest feature, we project the 2009 performance of four NFL quarterbacks using your predictions.
Is the NFL's report sent to owners regarding potential injury rates for the 18-game season really useless? Or just a little useless? And what about the injury report?
We examine the efficacy of pounding the rock with one back.
A new axis of analysis yields a refined methodology for interpreting and analyzing running back performance.
Do teams that switch defensive schemes improve faster than teams that stay in the same scheme? Denver, Green Bay, and Kansas City fans might want to know the answer.
We break down the most- and least-injured teams in the league, position-by-position, with our advanced injury tracking metric.
Will T.O. be able to get up from the fall he took in 2008? Does the word "ignominious" mean anything to you? We explore with this reprinted feature from ESPN Insider.
Who hurt their stock more on Sunday: Knowshon Moreno or Beanie Wells? This version of Monday's ESPN Insider feature has additional analysis of Moreno, Felix Jones, and whether Lucas Oil Stadium is slowing down 40 times.