Follow me on Twitter @BradOTC I recently posted a breakdown of each team’s Draft success from 2011-2014 based on the Fitzgerald-Spielberger/Top 5 APY metric (concept explained here with a table of Draft pick values). I wanted to expand on the research with an investigation of Pro Football Reference Approximate Value. First, below is the Top […]
With all the talk of MVP candidates, valuable and non-valuable positions, where to go cheap and where to go expensive I thought I could use our valuation models to take a look at just where teams are deriving the most value over what would be a “replacement level” player. You can read about our valuations […]
Week 7 is in the books and we have updated all of our valuations for the week. If you aren’t familiar with our valuations we recently introduced you can read about it here. The short version though is that we look at player’s snap counts, PFF grades and statistics and re-value everyone’s contract based on […]
There are not many ways for a player to get the attention of his team when he is looking for a new contract so the best way is to hold out. So I wanted to look at the reasons things sometimes come to this and where the current players likely stand.
With the 2019 NFL Draft now in the books, it’s time to take a quick look at some veteran players whose contracts may be thrown into question after rookie acquisitions made by their current teams.
Received a good question the other day relating to star power in the NFL and how many “stars” a team can afford. So I decided to break down every team in the NFL and their contract commitments for the top salaried players on the team. This analysis is not based on cap figures but on […]
The quiet season of the NFL league year is approaching as teams across the league are winding down or have completed their organized team activities (OTA’s). Teams will complete their mandatory mini-camps in the coming weeks; giving the players and staff a short break before training camp begins in July. The 90 man rosters are […]