Blake Bortles made his name as the king of garbage time -- so it's ironic that if you take garbage time away, the Jacksonville Jaguars (and divisional rival Houston Texans) come out as two teams most likely to improve in 2018.
13 comments, Last at 06 Jul 2018, 10:47am by redsoxu571
2017 was indeed The Year of the Failed Completion. This is the stat where Joe Flacco stands out, but not in a good way. Also: a most conservative rookie, weird splits for Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers, and more Jarvis Landry shortcomings.
19 comments, Last at 27 Feb 2018, 4:19pm by Mountain Time ---- formerly Ninjalectual
Nick Foles channeled his inner Joe Montana and Jeff Hostetler for one of the best, most improbable playoff runs of the DVOA era. Tom Brady also saw his best postseason not result in a ring, which has been common in his career.
22 comments, Last at 10 Feb 2018, 10:33pm by Aaron Brooks Good Twin
Yes, Doug Pederson went for it on fourth-and-1 more often than any other head coach in the NFL this year. That was partly because he was aggressive, and partly because no head coach had anywhere near as many opportunities.