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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Top QBs of the week
Top RBs of the week
Top WRs of the week
Top TEs of the week
Top Defenders of the week
Advanced team stats
Offensive player season leaders
Defender season leaders
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QB Viz
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6 Responses to “Sunday's Numbers Have Been Crunched”

  1. David Kravitz says:

    Brian - I know it said that DET had 1% chance of winning when they got the ball back. This made me curious, what were the other similar comebacks? I guess specifically I'm talking about 80 yards, 1 minute remaining, no timeouts, down by 6 points? And does your model treat 4-6 points the same in that situation or only 6?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Where does Johnson's 1.03 WPA rank on the all time list?

  3. Brian Burke says:

    David-The 1% is actually on their 2nd to last possession, after DET failed to convert a 4th and 12. Their lowest point on the final drive (7%) was when Stafford spiked it on 1-10 at their own 37 with 42 sec left.

    Johnson's WPA ranks 12th biggest since 1999 for all WRs. It wasn't even his best WPA day. He had a 1.19 WPA game vs OAK in 2011.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Brian, I think Pryor's numbers may be off? Unless he had a crazy long sack or something, not sure how he's getting negative AYPA in a winning effort.

  5. Brian Burke says:

    88 pass yds and 2 ints will do that, win or lose.

  6. James says:

    The AYPA I get, but how can his EPA and especially his WPA be so low? He had +0.2 WPA on the first play, and the WPA graph doesn't seem to move enough to have cancelled that out.

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