cam-newton-flip
14 Dec 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 15: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based on tool-specific

Dak
07 Dec 2018

Tomorrow’s Moves Today: Playoff Edition

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Tomorrow’s Moves Today uses the strength of schedule tabs included in the Weekly Stat Explorer to identify team positional units with favorable/unfavorable upcoming schedules and players on the related teams that should be targeted or avoided.

julianedelman
06 Dec 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 14: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based on tool

kenny-golladay
30 Nov 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 13: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based on tool

tarik-cohen
16 Nov 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 11: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based on tool

spencerware
09 Nov 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 10: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based on tool

Joe Flacco Injury
02 Nov 2018

Tomorrow’s Moves Today – Week 9: Leveraging Strength of Schedule and Team Level Trends To Stay Ahead of the Competition

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Tomorrow’s Moves Today uses the strength of schedule tabs included in the Weekly Stat Explorer to identify team positional units with favorable/unfavorable upcoming schedules and players on the related teams that should be targeted or avoided.

larry-fitzgerald
31 Oct 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 9: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based on tool

emmanuel-sanders
26 Oct 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 8: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based on tool

chesterrogers
19 Oct 2018

The 3 and Out for Week 7: Workloads, Trends and Hidden Statistics

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The 3 and Out uses the Weekly Stat Explorer to uncover significant workload changes, league, team, and player-specific trends, and hidden but powerful statistics. Note that metrics and statistics referenced in this article are sourced from the Weekly Stat Explorer. As a result, offensive rankings, for example, are based upon tool