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A Guide for Stats

There are stats all over the internet, from numbers like points per game, which have a direct cause (and correlation) in which team wins the game, to stats like a quarterback's record versus...

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Most Efficient Offenses: 1998-2013

Since 1998, 14 individual teams have scored at least 500 points in a season. Some did it with a rushing attack, but most were prolific because of the passing game.

A Statistical Review: Denver Through 8 Games

I won't go into as great of detail as I did in my first article, but I did uncover a useful method for two stats that will make them more accurate.

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A Statistical Review: Denver Through Week 4

Heading into Week 5 at Dallas, Denver has put up historic numbers through four games on the offensive side of the ball. Unfortunately, the defense has been deemed "mediocre" by some and "poor" by...

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Ranking The QBs After Week 1: My QBR Explained

Some of you are familiar with the stats that I do on my own for the entire NFL. If you aren't, that is okay. I run a stat-based website (www.queuestats.com) that studies the NFL through numbers...

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Measuring the Value of Turnovers

I hope you all were able to read my article on the running game this past week. This upcoming season definitely appears to be a year where Denver's running game is going to try to have a bigger...

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Measuring the Value of a Running Back

The purpose of this article actually stems from some of the data I used in the Most Valuable vs. Most Outstanding article. Yards have never been a great indicator of success and here are stats from...

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The Place for Stats in Football

For those of you who don't know me, I used to contribute with MHR a couple of years ago. I currently run a stat-based website to satisfy my desire to study all things football. While stats aren't...

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Stats Behind The 2013 Season and the "Big Four"

I predominantly use stats for the NFL because of how complex it is and how effective they can be when understanding all that goes on during a football game. Basketball is a different animal,...

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The NFL: Where Principles of Business and the Emotions of Entertainment Battle

This is not meant to be a political or economical study, since I am not qualified to make an assessment in such a manner. However, I am both analytical and extremely passionate in nature. I love...

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Houston @ Denver Statistical Preview

Each week, I preview the Game of the Week (GOTW) with 7 of the most important statistics in football that do a great job describing why teams win or lose. Here is a list of these 7 stats: QB...

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5 Plays That Made All The Difference

I normally use stats to write an article, and I will use some of them, but this is about 5 plays that caught my attention during the game. I will include the situation, the result and what Denver...

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Denver @ Atlanta Statistical Preview

Both Denver and Atlanta had double-digit wins that were significant in their own way. Denver won in Peyton Manning's first game as a Bronco while Matt Ryan and the Falcons had a huge game in...

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Studying the Quarterback Position: Part Three

Opening Statement I have been busy with the National Guard over the past few weeks and didn't get to finish Part Three of my study on the statistics that matter most when analyzing the success of a...

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Studying the Quarterback Position: Part Two

Opening Statement A few days ago, I began a series on what it takes to be a successful QB in the NFL. One of the methods I suggested to fans was to incorporate the use of statistics. The goal in...

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Studying the Quarterback Position

Opening Statement When measuring the quarterback position compared to any other position in football, or in all of sports, the standards and expectations are unique. Quarterbacks not only touch the...

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