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He tends to write mostly about baseball and football, but will write an occasional basketball article here and there.
He thinks that stats tell the most story of a player's value, but that doesn't mean one can justify Justin Morneau as MVP because of his insane RBI numbers.
Have you updated your article intitled, "How NFL Statistics Lead to Wins, Pt. 2: Quantifying Player Stats into Wins" lately? I've been discussing the merit of Jason Campbell vs Carson Palmer. From what I can tell, your stats seem to correlate to my thinking that Jason is better because he is more efficient. Have you reviewed these stats? http://twominutewarning.com/correlations.htm
If so, what are your thoughts?
I'm doing a report on peak performance for an NFL player for college. I came across your article on bleacherreport that has been of a great help to me, but I'm trying to open the graphs and looks like the link is not available anymore. If possible could you send me the graphs or a way that I can get them? The paper is due this friday (8/5/2011) and I would really appreciate it if you could help me out.
Can you help me out in creating an advanced nfl stat?
this might interest you :
Zach are you still around? Need your advice for an article... email@example.com
you may like this story on this Vikings legend : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/331184-crazy-canton-cuts-matt-blair
Do you believe in 370 yet?
you might like this Oiler great:
Hey what a game on MNF, can check it out if you get a chance:http://bleacherreport.com/articles/271111-mnfthe-dolphins-unleash-a-wildcat-on-rex-ryan-and-the-jets
Brad Lidge, Brian Fuentes, Jonathan Broxton, and Mariano Rivera got it done.
Huston Street, Jonathan Papelbon, Ryan Franklin, and Joe Nathan did not.
The first four will be playing in the next round. The last four will not.
I think that's proof just how important closers are to their respective teams in the playoffs...