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  1. Chat moved to Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET

    Mike Sando

    Good morning. We've moved the NFC West chat from Thursday to Wednesday this week. This one will begin at 3 p.m. Here is the link. Thursday doesn't work this week because I'll be traveling to Boston that day for the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Confe...

    Blog | February 27, 2013
  2. A 574-page shot across the NFC West bow

    Mike Sando

    San Francisco 49ers fans were skipping along toward training camp when Aaron Schatz threw the book at them. The book, all 574 pages of it, knocked some of them off their stride. 2012 Football Outsiders Forecast Win Range SF SEA AR...

    Blog | July 25, 2012
  3. Around the NFC West: $1 million mistake?

    Mike Sando

    Good morning. I'm looking forward to renewing acquaintances in the comments section after a couple weeks away. First, let's throw out a few subjects for conversation. Brian McIntyre of NFL.com says Seahawks defensive end Chris Clemons saw his 2...

    Blog | July 23, 2012
  4. Why NFC West linebackers did not register

    Mike Sando

    Aaron Schatz's piece on defensive stop rates caught my attention for what it did not include, namely any mention of NFC West players among the highest- or lowest-ranked linebackers. The San Francisco 49ers' Patrick Willis sets the standard at the ...

    Blog | June 03, 2011
  5. Just a bit Outsiders: Cardinals really 32nd?

    Mike Sando

    A few NFC West nuggets from Football Outsiders' weekly stats-based rankings of NFL teams: Todd Haley's Kansas City Chiefs stand as the most statistically impressive team, while Haley's former team, Arizona, ranks 32nd. Writes Aaron Schatz: "Now, ...

    Blog | November 02, 2010
  6. Tackling down Pat: Willis, Kerney surest

    Mike Sando

    Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders has put together an interesting piece for Insider looking at the NFL's best and worst tacklers. Tackles are an unofficial stat because their interpretation is subjective, but most of us know a missed tackle when ...

    Blog | May 26, 2010