Articles tagged "Statistics"
CHFF Super Study: the evolution of NFL pass-run ratio
The Lions and Saints each passed the ball on more than 60% of snaps in 2011. Scott Kacsmar's CHFF Super Study focuses on the evolution of NFL pass-run ratios, from the original pass-first season of 1966, to its impact on success today.
Captain Comeback Week 17: 2011 Regular Season Review
Scott Kacsmar reviews the regular season’s fourth quarter wins and records for the 32 teams, looks at Matt Flynn’s historic day, do-or-die 2-pt conversions, and picks the “Drive of the Year” for 2011.
Big Ben More Robert Downey than Iron Man
Scott Kacsmar questions the hype-machine's new reputation for Ben Roethlisberger's ability to play with injury. Is he an indestructible Iron Man, or a bad boy who can't play with an injury hangover
Marino, Sanchez Masters of the 1-Minute Drill
Green Bay needed just 58 seconds to finish the Giants Sunday. Captain Comeback Scott Kacsmar dives into his database of clutch and finds that the modern king of the 1-minute drill is one of the NFL's most maligned QBs.
CHFF Super Study: Which QBs Decline After Seven Games?
Eli Manning's second-half swoons each season are a problem, but is this common for quarterbacks once the calendar strikes November? Scott Kacsmar looks at 100 all-time quarterbacks to find the answers, which may surprise you.
Tony Romo: Choke Artist or Not?
Scott Kacsmar leaves no stone unturned, digging through the hyperbole for just the facts about whether or not Tony Romo is a choke artist that can't stop Plaxico-ing himself in the foot in close games.
Captain Comeback: Week 1 thrivers and drivers
Scott Kacsmar checks in with the first edition of a weekly look at all the fourth quarter comebacks and game-winning drives from Week 1. It wasn't the stuff that legends were made of, but a few QBs got it done in the clutch.
Aaron Rodgers: Front-runner Extraordinaire
'Captain Comeback' Scott Kacsmar puts Aaron Rodgers under the microscope, explains the role of the front-runner quarterback, and takes a little shine off the golden championship belt of the Green Bay signal caller.
Regression: The Best and Worst Teams (1995-2010)
Scott Kacsmar uses a regression model to look at the best and worst teams since 1995, along with the 2010 teams that were the biggest overachievers and underachievers. Find out which teams in 2011 could make a big leap or fall.
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