Monthly Archives: February 2019

Will Jason Witten’s Return Provide a Spark for the Cowboys?

By John Shirley Earlier today, Jason Witten decided to postpone his career in the broadcast booth and return to the football field. He is coming out of retirement for his 16th season with the Cowboys. But will his return be a success and help the Cowboys return to the playoffs and compete for a title? […]

Citizens Bank Park is ideal for Bryce Harper’s power.

by PATRICK ROWLEY Earlier this offseason, a number of writers were talking about how Bryce Harper’s vicious, left-handed swing was “made for Yankee Stadium,” making pinstripes a perfect fit for the young star who grew up a Yankees fan. That thought intrigued us, so we looked a bit deeper to see which ballpark would be […]

Who has been a better defender at third base: Arenado or Machado?

They’re both excellent. But one has an edge that you might not know about.

Stat of the Week: The rise of outfield shifts

Infield shifts are not the only defensive positioning strategy on the rise.

Stat of the Week: How Good is Kyler Murray?

By Sports Info Solutions Staff Last week’s Stat of the Week covered the SIS rankings and stats for the top players available in this year’s NFL Draft. There’s another player who generated headlines this week who was not at the top of those rankings. Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray announced he would pursue a career in the NFL […]

Stat of the Week: Top Draft Prospects

Who are this year’s top prospects?

Super Bowl Preview: Patriots vs. Rams

By John Shirley Tale of the Tape It should be unsurprising that both the Rams and Patriots rank highly on offense. Both teams rank in the top ten in both EPA/Called Pass (includes scrambles and excludes spikes) and EPA/Called Run (excludes scrambles and kneel downs). The weakest unit based on average EPA is the Rams’ […]