NFL 2021 Team-By-Team Surplus Value Draft Boards

We are inching ever so closely to the NFL Draft, which means one thing: fans of every team spending countless amount of hours on various mock draft simulators mapping out every possible scenario for their team! Honestly, it’s easily one of the most exciting times of the year! The hard part about creating mock drafts for specific teams or even providing “what each team should … Continue reading NFL 2021 Team-By-Team Surplus Value Draft Boards

The Hidden Gems Of The 2021 NFL Draft

The NFL Draft is fast approaching, and it cannot be overstated how much it can define the outlook of an organization. Whereas free agency is for short-term gain, the amount of edges that can be exploited through the draft to maximize a franchise’s long-term well being. Between trading down, attacking valuable positions, and playing the draft board correctly, there are plenty of ways to get … Continue reading The Hidden Gems Of The 2021 NFL Draft

Official 2021 NFL Draft Prospect Model Projections

We are less than a month away from the NFL Draft! Without an NFL Combine and coming off of a COVID-19 impacted season where schedules were limited to within conferences and were of unequal length, in addition to many players simply not playing, this hasn’t exactly been the smoothest of draft cycles. Yet, by all indications, this is an incredibly talented draft class filled with … Continue reading Official 2021 NFL Draft Prospect Model Projections

Changing The Way We Evaluate NFL QB Prospects

There is no more exciting time in the NFL, in my opinion, than the NFL Draft. Studies have shown that successful rosters are built through the draft, and it makes sense; the top players tend to be kept by their respective teams, and thus don’t often reach free agency. The surplus value of getting a cost-controlled player for four years, in addition to a fifth-year … Continue reading Changing The Way We Evaluate NFL QB Prospects

NFL: Playing “GM” For Every NFC Team Ahead of Free Agency

After playing general manager for each AFC team earlier in the week, it is now time to do the same for the NFC. My thoughts on the offseason and free agency may differ from some, so I’ll repeat what I stated in the AFC version: “Whereas the draft is much more complex and predicated on drafting as many valuable players as you can to keep … Continue reading NFL: Playing “GM” For Every NFC Team Ahead of Free Agency

NFL: Playing “GM” For Every AFC Team Ahead of Free Agency

Last Sunday, we reached a sad point of the yearly cycle: it was the first Sunday without football. Fret not, though! With the NFL season coming to an end, we can shift our attention to a time that is arguably even more exciting than the actual season- the offseason. Optimism towards the future, player movement, the offseason provides us with a lot of entertainment, as … Continue reading NFL: Playing “GM” For Every AFC Team Ahead of Free Agency

Stars or Depth? What Is The Best Way To Build an NFL Roster?

With the 2020-2021 NFL season now over, it is officially the offseason! To be fair, there really isn’t an offseason in professional sports- activity happens year-round! As we get farther into the offseason, we will get to see how each front office goes about building their rosters. The best part about this? No two general managers are alike! Some will prioritize adding star talent through … Continue reading Stars or Depth? What Is The Best Way To Build an NFL Roster?

NFL 2020: Analyzing What Correlated To Winning, Lucky/Unlucky Teams

With the Chiefs and Bucs set to face off in the Super Bowl on Sunday, now would seem to be a great time to look back at the 2020 NFL season. Due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, this was far from your typical season. However, when dissecting early trends from it as the midway point, it was quite interesting how much it aligned … Continue reading NFL 2020: Analyzing What Correlated To Winning, Lucky/Unlucky Teams

Super Bowl LV Model Projections

When the NFL season got underway on September 13th, there was a lot of skepticism that the season would play out, or that it would feel like a normal season. After all, players didn’t have normal offseason schedules, and having zero/limited fans in attendance was something we all had to get used to. Yet, we have made it! On Sunday, we will witness history on … Continue reading Super Bowl LV Model Projections