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October 6, 2017

Contextualizing the Run: Offensive Run-Game Win Percentage – Quarterly Update 1

OrW tracks both teams and players and evaluates one thing—the frequency with which the subject can win the play by running the ball. How do we define this? An offensive run-game win is any run play (excluding kneel-downs) that keeps […]
October 5, 2017

Chuck’s Two Cents: The Most Official Mailbag on the Web

Howdy, folks! I thought it’d be a cool idea to do a little mailbag every four weeks during the course of the season. By my intense calculations, we’ve arrived at Week 5, looks like it’s time for the first mailbag. […]
October 4, 2017

Finding Value in NFL Divisional Odds

An article about NFL divisional simulations by Bet Labs came across my Twitter timeline last night, so I decided to check it out. According to it, they ran 10,000 simulations to figure out the probabilities of each team winning their division […]
October 4, 2017

Week 4 QB Spotlight: Joe Flacco and the Struggling Ravens Offense

By David Kang. (Disclaimer, I am a Ravens fan) After the Ravens got off to a scorching 2-0 start, there were talks about the possibility of the Ravens competing for the AFC North crown. Their defense was an absolute buzz […]
October 3, 2017

The Update: Week 4

The Update is a series of adjusted statistics used to measure the efficiency of NFL teams relative to the average team. Positive numbers will always mean a good thing for a given team, offensively or defensively, while negative numbers will always mean […]
September 28, 2017

Contextualizing the Run: Offensive Run-Game Win Percentage – Week 3

OrW tracks both teams and players and evaluates one thing—the frequency with which the subject can win the play by running the ball. How do we define this? An offensive run-game win is any run play (excluding kneel-downs) that keeps […]
September 27, 2017

The Update: Week 3

The Update is a series of adjusted statistics used to measure the efficiency of NFL teams relative to the average team. Positive numbers will always mean a good thing for a given team, offensively or defensively, while negative numbers will always mean […]
September 26, 2017

Week 3 QB Spotlight: The Double-Edged Sword That Is Jameis Winston

By David Kang: This week, to look for a quarterback to write about, I was just thumbing through some box scores to see if anything popped to my eye. I saw Jameis’s 28/40 for 328 yards, 2 TDs, and 3 […]