Ranking The Top 131 Interior Defensive Linemen From a Mathematical Perspective

As the NFL has evolved into a dynamic passing league, the need for interior defensive linemen has gone down. However, if you can effectively rush the passer, interior defenders can definitely still make an impact, and overall, this is a rather deep position. Placing an emphasis on pass-rush ability, we’ll let the numbers dictate who the top players are at this position. Before we start, … Continue reading Ranking The Top 131 Interior Defensive Linemen From a Mathematical Perspective

NFL Free Agency Recap/Analysis: NFC

We are two weeks removed from the beginning of the legal tampering period, and for the most part, NFL free agency has been settled. Sure, there are still some impact veterans on the open market, but most teams have already spent a large amount of their cap space, and there is no way to know when Jadeveon Clowney, Prince Amukamara, Logan Ryan, Everson Griffen, and … Continue reading NFL Free Agency Recap/Analysis: NFC

NFL Free Agency Tracker: Analyzing Every Move Made Through First Week and Beyond

Since the franchise tag window marked the true beginning of the NFL offseason, it feels as though we are through a week of analyzing NFL free agency moves- this marks our seventh tracker. Therefore, this tracker will not only include today’s moves, but also the other notable moves (well-known free agents and players who haven’t officially signed with their reported new teams) Where will Jadeveon … Continue reading NFL Free Agency Tracker: Analyzing Every Move Made Through First Week and Beyond

NFC West Preview and Prediction

This is it! Here is the final division preview, starring the NFC West. First: Los Angeles Rams (11-5) After fielding the league’s worst offense two years ago, the Rams had the best offense in points per game under new head coach last year under new head coach Sean McVay, and their record went from 4-12 in 2016 to 11-5 last year. Even though they lost … Continue reading NFC West Preview and Prediction

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