Ranking The Top 68 Running Backs From A Mathematical Perspective

After letting the numbers decide who the top 48 quarterbacks in the NFL were, let’s take a similar approach with running backs- we’ll look at the top 68 running backs in the NFL. We’ve already harped in the past that this is easily the least important position, but it’s still fun to rank them by taking them outside of their scheme and surrounding cast. To … Continue reading Ranking The Top 68 Running Backs From A Mathematical Perspective

Winners and Losers From NFL Week 1

Week 1 of the NFL was filled with so much excitement. Let’s recap this incredible week of football with the biggest winners and losers from Week 1. Winner:¬†New York Jets With a rookie quarterback starting his first game in Sam Darnold, no one would’ve blamed the Jets or Darnold if they struggled on the road in Detroit. Instead, the Jets scored 31 unanswered after being … Continue reading Winners and Losers From NFL Week 1

AFC East Preview and Prediction

Yesterday, we previewed the AFC North. Today, let’s preview the AFC East and give final predictions First: New England Patriots¬†(12-4) Since 2003, the Patriots have won the AFC East in every season with Tom Brady as their starting quarterback. (Brady missed most of 2008 with a knee injury) Don’t expect that to change this year. The Patriots aren’t as strong as they have been in … Continue reading AFC East Preview and Prediction

Running Backs Who Will Disappoint This Season

For many reasons, running backs tend to regress harder than any other position. Whether it comes from wearing down, changed offensive scheme, or offensive line changes, there is a lot that can go wrong for them from year to year. Here are five running backs that will disappoint this season. Kenyan Drake, Miami Dolphins After the Dolphins traded lead back Jay Ajayi to the Eagles … Continue reading Running Backs Who Will Disappoint This Season