2020 NFL Week 2 Game-By-Game Model Projections

It’s good to have football back! Week 1 was filled with some spectacular matchups, and, despite the shortened offseason, it’s clear the quality of play was better than expected. Now, we will shift our attention to Week 2. We’re still mostly going off of prior information, since we don’t know how “good” a team is until six weeks, per Pro Football Focus; it’s not a … Continue reading 2020 NFL Week 2 Game-By-Game Model Projections

2020 NFL Week 1 Game-By-Game Model Projections

It’s been a long journey through a tumultuous offseason, but, believe it or not, Week 1 of the NFL season is here! Starting with Texans/Chiefs on Thursday night, and going through Titans/Broncos in primetime on Monday, we’re going to be entertained by a lot of fantastic matchups this season. Week 1 is always a tough week to project, as we’re completely going completely off of … Continue reading 2020 NFL Week 1 Game-By-Game Model Projections

NFL 2020-2021 Record Projections: NFC

It’s almost here! We’re living in a world filled with uncertainty right now, and, at times, it didn’t look like we’d have football. Alas, all signs are pointing to the season happen (albeit without fans), especially as other sports continue to come back into the fold. All the offseason moves, all the studies we’ve conducted at this website, it all comes down to this; I’ve … Continue reading NFL 2020-2021 Record Projections: NFC

Is NFL Free Agency Fool’s Gold? Evaluating Each Team’s Spending From This Offseason

Free agency can be a very exciting time for NFL fans; their teams get to add impact talent to their roster. However, are they receiving what they believe to be getting? After all, since these players are in great demand, their asking prices tend to be higher than it should be, and in most cases, teams oblige. Does that sound look adequate spending? In my … Continue reading Is NFL Free Agency Fool’s Gold? Evaluating Each Team’s Spending From This Offseason

15 MLB Executives Who Are Ready To Lead Their Own Front Office

When we analyze baseball teams, we often look first at the players, which makes sense. After all, they provide our source of entertainment, and by wearing their respective organization’s uniform, are representing a the brand of baseball that the team is looking to promote. However, what about the executives who actually put the roster together? When looking at the top teams in baseball, having stability … Continue reading 15 MLB Executives Who Are Ready To Lead Their Own Front Office

Ranking Every NFL Team’s Defense Heading Into 2020

It’s official; there will be no preseason this year in the NFL. This move was certainly made as a precautionary measure to limit the spread of COVID-19, but, on the bright side, training camps appear to be set to go on as planned, and with baseball returning, there’s hope that the NFL season can take place in 2020. With there being no preseason games, teams’ … Continue reading Ranking Every NFL Team’s Defense Heading Into 2020

Ranking Every NFL Team’s Offense Heading Into 2020

It’s official; there will be no preseason this year in the NFL. This move was certainly made as a precautionary measure to limit the spread of COVID-19, but, on the bright side, training camps appear to be set to go on as planned, and with baseball returning, there’s hope that the NFL season can take place in 2020. With there being no preseason games, teams’ … Continue reading Ranking Every NFL Team’s Offense Heading Into 2020

MLB 60-Game Season Predictions: National League

Is baseball on the horizon? If all goes as planned, which is a major if, the Nationals will host the Yankees on July 23rd, and from there, the goal is to have an exhilarating 60-game season. This won’t be a normal season by any means, but as the great Al Michaels once said, “fantasyland is where baseball comes from anyways”. Today, I’ll be handing out … Continue reading MLB 60-Game Season Predictions: National League

Study: Looking at The Optimal Arsenal for a Pitcher- Which Pitchers Can Improve Their Pitch Usage?

When scouting pitching prospects, evaluators are tasked with giving a pitcher a grade on the 20-80 scale for each of their pitches. At the beginning, it was standard to only judge a pitcher on their velocity when looking at their pure “stuff”, but now, that appears to be changing. With more teams focusing on different aspects of pitch data, it’s clear that there is much … Continue reading Study: Looking at The Optimal Arsenal for a Pitcher- Which Pitchers Can Improve Their Pitch Usage?