Statistical Profile: Vic Beasley, Clemson

September 30, 2013

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Most of my work in the past has compared three to four players, examining relative ‘tiers’ of players. Now that I’m charting in more detail during the season, it’s a little harder to get enough games done in a week to do a comparison piece that won’t be outdated by next Saturday. So leading up […]

Posted in: Defensive Ends

Early Metrics Look at 2014 TEs

September 26, 2013

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After messing around for a bit, looking at individual players here and there – I’ve picked out a position group to start looking at for the upcoming draft, Tight Ends. The thing with tight ends is that they inherently have few catches, so they create a small sample size to work with when looking at […]

Posted in: Tight Ends

Trufant, Poyer, and Slay – A Statistical Breakdown

March 4, 2013

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Previously: Tier 1 CB Breakdown, Dee Milliner, Xavier Rhodes, Johnthan Banks In my tier 1 CB breakdown before of Xavier Rhodes, Dee Milliner and Johnthan Banks before the combine, I noted that any of the second tier corners could be better than the tier 1 prospects. Although I didn’t have the stats to prove it […]

Posted in: Cornerbacks

A Statistical Breakdown of the Top Pass Rushers (Pt. 1, Sacks)

February 27, 2013

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Pass rushers are one of the most coveted positions, and thus one of the most scrutinized. We hear about this guy’s stiff hips or that guy’s long arms, I’m not going to talk about that. However, because pass rushers are so important, I’m going to break them into two parts. The first part (this one) […]

Posted in: Defensive Ends

Was Tyler Wilson Really Better in 2011? A Statistical Breakdown

February 21, 2013

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Here are previous Tyler Wilson articles: Smith, Barkley, Wilson, and Glennon: A Metrics Breakdown Tyler Wilson: A Statistical Scouting Report When writing the Tyler Wilson scouting report, I discussed at length the narrative surrounding Tyler Wilson’s ‘weak arm’. The response I received from some readers indicated that they believed Wilson’s 2011 numbers would show that […]

Posted in: Quarterbacks

Milliner, Banks and Rhodes – A Metrics Breakdown

February 18, 2013

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My personal philosophy is that a team can never have enough cornerbacks. It is ironic then that this is the first year I’ve charted anything related to the secondary. However, given how many teams could use a good CB in this pass happy league, examining them is extremely important. For the first tier, I’ve chosen […]

Posted in: Cornerbacks

A Metrics Breakdown of Tavon Austin

February 14, 2013

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You can find the past breakdowns of other wide receivers here: Tier 1 | Tier 2 Teams interested in a pure weapon for their offense may be looking no further than Tavon Austin. The electrifying wide receiver, running back, and return man did it all for West Virginia this year. Even with his excellent numbers, […]

Posted in: Wide Receivers