Stat Pages Now Feature Ranks

The player stat pages for both offensive skill players and defenders now have a Rank column. When you sort the table by the various stats, the ranks remain in place so you can see where each player stacks up with the rest of the league in terms of EPA, SR, total passing yards, deep percentage, etc., without having to count the rows.

The team page, offensive line page, and the adjusted SR page also now have the feature.
I had meant to add this for a while, but the script that sorts the tables wouldn't play along. I finally got around to doing the homework needed to make it happen. Counting rows for ranks was something that always bothered me, and I assume bothered you guys too. For now there are still a couple flaws, such as when a stat is good when it is low (defensive WPA for example), teams are ranked upside down. Like everything here, it's a work in progress.

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4 Responses to “Stat Pages Now Feature Ranks”

  1. Jonathan says:

    So now we get to see a bunch of 1's and 2's next to Mr. Rodgers's name.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The rank tab doesn't seem to be working yet. When you click on other things to sort, the ranking remains in 1-whatever order. So clicking on team will give you Rex Grossman as number 1.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Nevermind, I misunderstood what the ranking was supposed to do.

  4. bob says:

    thank you!!! ha, i'd always be counting the rows on those things

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