Articles tagged "David Carr"

NFL Week 2 Game Capsules

Cold, Hard Football Facts for September 10, 2014

A slate of inter-conference games highlight the Week 2 Schedule, including Atlanta at Cincinnati.



NFL Week 1 Statistical Tailgate

Cold, Hard Football Facts for September 8, 2014

Crack open a cold one and read through a buffet of stats from the early slate of games of the first week of the 2014 season.



Derek Carr To Start For Raiders

Cold, Hard Football Facts for September 2, 2014

The Fresno State rookie impressed in camp and will take the reigns of the offense in Week 1.



Appreciating Andre Johnson: It's About Time

Cold, Hard Football Facts for November 4, 2013

It's the story of his career: Andre Johnson has a monster game on Sunday night, and by Monday it's overshadowed by sexier storylines. But it's time we give No. 80 his due.



NFL Quarterbacks: Air Yards vs. Yards After Catch (1992-2012)

Cold, Hard Football Facts for July 23, 2013

What percentage of a QB's yards are gained after the catch? Who has the most? The least? Scott Kacsmar breaks down 21 years of data in a super study of air yards and YAC.



NFL Balance: The Most Effective Offenses Since 1970

Cold, Hard Football Facts for July 2, 2013

The Washington Redskins boasted the NFL's most balanced offense in 2012. The 2000 Rams of Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk fame claimed the best balance since the merger. But Scott Kacsmar finds that buzzword “balance” in the NFL is largely overrated.



Tall Task: Does Height Matter For NFL Quarterbacks?

Cold, Hard Football Facts for April 5, 2013

After Seattle shrimp Russell Wilson’s excellent rookie season, does height still matter for a NFL quarterback? Scott Kacsmar examines if bigger is better, or if NFL teams need to widen their thinking.



Ranking the Random Fumble Luck of NFL Quarterbacks

Cold, Hard Football Facts for December 7, 2012

If fumble recoveries are random in the NFL, then that means some players are luckier than others. Scott Kacsmar ranks the 59 quarterbacks with the most and least fumble luck in the last two decades.



Rodgers, Ryan, Brady Best Ever Protecting The Football

Cold, Hard Football Facts for November 30, 2012

Drew Brees threw a career-high five INTs in Atlanta. But Scott Kacsmar says Turnover Rate is a better stat than total INTs. And the three all-time leaders at protecting the football are active right now: Rodgers, Ryan and Brady. Mark Sanchez "ass fumbles" were not included.



Captain Comeback: Eli Manning Out-Clutches Tony Romo In Dallas

Cold, Hard Football Facts for October 30, 2012

Scott Kacsmar has sobering news for Dallas fans: Eli Manning now boasts as many comebacks and game-winning drives in Cowboys Stadium as Tony Romo (three). Also: clutch wins again for Stafford, Luck; more close losses for Newton and Rivers. Who says clutch history doesn't repeat itself?



 



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