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Some Clarification is in Order: Problem Solving

An indepth look at problem solving in the NFL on how to ask the right questions to get the real answers.

Some Clarification is in Order: Injuries and Wins

A look at injuries and how they relate to wins in the National Football League.

Some Clarification is in Order: Predictive Statist

A statistical look at understanding predictive statistics.

Some Clarification is in Order: A Link in the Chain or a Hole in the Net

An indepth look at the nature of football as we study how football is built by chains and nets and how coaches, general managers and playuers go into each game and play looking to exploit the weakest link in the opposing team.

What Does One Yard Cost? Part 2

A continued look at the cost of success on the Denver Broncos as we break the team down position by position to see which players may be over or underpaid.

The Trend of Drafting a Quarterback

One thing many have questioned since the arrival of Peyton Manning was the decision to draft a quarterback. With the drafting of Brock Osweiler, the questions are still stirring. With all these...

Manning and the Offense Part 2

Some Clarification is in Order: Peyton Manning and the Broncos offense. We go indepth to see what Broncos fans will likely be seeing in this upcoming season based on his past play calling and formations along with how the current Broncos roster fits this mold.

Some Clarification is in Order: "Clutch" Part 5: Wrapping up and My Top 10

I was planning on looking at how quarterbacks play in the playoffs compared to the regular season, but after discussing it and reviewing my interviews, I found that I wouldn't include that since...

What Does One Yard Cost?

A look and discussion piece about the value of players based on Pro Football Reference's Approximate Value as well as other metrics.

Correlation, Causation and Football

A look at the relation between causation, correlation and winning in football.

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