Sunday's Numbers Have Been Crunched

Sunday's numbers are now available, including advanced stat box scores, top players of the week, team stats, and season leader boards.

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6 Responses to “Sunday's Numbers Have Been Crunched”

  1. Chris says:

    RBs seems to be missing a certain TB#22... Guessing he's one of the top RBs of the week - interesting to see how his performance stacks up against AP's.

  2. Brian Burke says:

    Chris, thanks for the heads up. It's fixed now on the leaderboard, but the boxscore needs to be redone. For some reason his position was listed as 'HR' and not 'RB' for that game. Odd.

  3. Anonymous says:

    How 19 defenders are ranked as more impactful than Chicago's Charles Tillman (caused 4 fumbles for 3 turnovers!!), I'll never understand. I know you rank forced fumbles low because you've found them to be mostly random, but you have to reconsider after watching him play every week. His style of tackling will be taught and emulated more and more going forward.

  4. Brian Burke says:

    EPA, WPA, (and SC) all fully count the impact of all turnovers. Nothing gets artificially discounted.

    Tillman and Urlacher are #1 and #2 in EPA. But they are much lower in WPA because their big plays mostly came after the game was largely decided.

  5. Unknown says:


    if the raiders and carson palmer score a touchdown or get the team into field goal range on the last drive you would take away about 8 negative points epa for the two interceptions and you would probably add 4 more epa points for the field goal range or touchdown and then he becomes the highest epa quarterback of yesterday. so to all guys that think carson palmer stinks think about that

  6. Anonymous says:

    Unknown: So what you're saying is... if he threw touchdown passes instead of interceptions, his stats would look a lot better. I think I agree with you!

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