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What to do on 2nd-and-10? Let’s look at the numbers

A closer examination of whether teams should run or pass in this situation.

Job Opening: Minor League Video Editor Internships

SIS has openings for a seasonal baseball-related position.

Stat of the Week: Year-End MLB Awards Part II

Last week, we gave out some year-end MLB Awards to hitters, infielders, and outfielders. This week, we’re specifically rewarding the work of pitchers and catchers. Here are some honors that celebrate their outstanding performance. The Contact Minimizer The Contact Minimizer goes to the pitcher who limited hard contact best in 2018. The winner of that […]

JuJu Smith-Schuster may have met his match in Stephon Gilmore

Stephon Gilmore’s numbers vs No. 2 receivers make him a challenge for anyone to face

Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper face challenge with Colts’ zone

By PATRICK ROWLEY The Cowboys trading for Amari Cooper has turned their season around. Following their Week 8 bye Dallas was looking up at both the Redskins (5-2) and Eagles (4-4) in the standings. Since acquiring Amari Cooper, the Cowboys have gone 5-1 and are currently on a five game win streak, the longest current […]

Who have been the best pass defenders in 2018?

Who are the top players at defending against the pass in 2018? Let’s look at that specifically through pass coverage (rather than the pass rush) We will use the player’s ranking in our Total Points stat as the basis for judgment. What is Total Points? Total Points takes the Expected Points stat and distributes the […]

Stat of the Week: 2018 Year-End Awards

We’re nearing the end of the year, so this seems like an appropriate time to bestow some statistically-driven baseball awards for 2018. These will round out the awards already given by the BBWAA. Without further ado… The Hard-Hitter Award Baseball Info Solutions charting is such that every batted ball is deemed hard, medium or soft-hit, […]