Note: This post was originally posted here. San Diego Chargers – Cincinnati Bengals Defense-adjusted Value over Average (DVOA) suggests that San Diego “should have” scored 29.3 points per game and allowed 27.9 points per game. Cincinnati should have scored 23.6 … Continue reading
Note: This post was originally posted on the UC Irvine Sports Analysis Collective blog, but is posted here as well. With the NFL playoffs kicking off on Saturday, it’s going to be an exciting weekend. Let’s break down the two … Continue reading
With Biogenesis, A-Rod, and steroids all over the news lately, it brings up the age old question: what is the effect of steroids on athlete performance? David Schoenfield, in this ESPN.com article, argues that steroids usage didn’t drive performance in … Continue reading
With the NBA playoffs starting today, I wanted to use the hazard rates model described in this great post and apply it to the NBA Playoffs. Instead of finding the rate of losing and subtracting that rate from one, I used … Continue reading
40 Yard Dash vs. NFL Receiving Yards for 2002 WR Class Data Sources: http://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2002/draft.htm http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/sports/nfl/2002draft/round1.htm http://nflcombineresults.com/nflcombinedata.php?year=&pos=WR&college=
New post is on the way, glad to get this blog started.