Dear NFL coaches. Need an edge? ESPN The Magazine's Peter Keating demonstrates how knowing the numbers leads to improved play calling.
In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating writes that according to new QBR data, it's easy to see which quarterbacks can stare down pressure in the pocket -- and which ones freeze like a deer in the headlights.
In ESPN The Magazine's NBA Preview Issue, Peter Keating writes that there's a simple formula for discovering hidden gems at wide receiver -- and it involves CeeLo Green.
In ESPN The Magazine's Franchise Issue, Peter Keating writes that you can't judge a young quarterback by his first two years in the NFL. But after Year 3? Judge away.
In ESPN College Football Preview issue, Peter Keating writes that by refusing to drop the Redskins nickname, Dan Snyder isn't just being morally stubborn -- he's being a bad businessman.
Which college quarterbacks will reign at the next level, and which will be the next Ryan Leaf? In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating looks at a few key variables that hold all the answers.
In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating writes that sack masters like Von Miller are more disruptive to a game than quarterbacks.
In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating analyzes the value of -- and need for -- a backup QB. Unfortunately, two would-be Super Bowl contenders have missed the memo.
Peter Keating explains why the NHL's current collective bargaining woes won't be alleviated until the league permanently addresses its revenue sharing system.
In ESPN The Magazine's DC Issue, Peter Keating about regression to the mean and how understanding it can make fans and fantasy owners smarter.
Whether you call them bonuses or bounties, the rewards that teams offer for player performance can rarely be called effective, writes Peter Keating in ESPN The Magazine.
ImPACT sells tests and training to pro teams, colleges, high schools and sports medicine centers, but some question whether the program actually works.
In ESPN The Magazine's NFL Preview, Peter Keating writes about Total Quarterback Rating -- a predictive stat that's the new key to fantasy draft success.
Junior Seau's suicide was a tragic loss. How aggressively the NFL shepherds its former players going forward will decide how many more tragedies occur, writes Peter Keating in ESPN The Magazine.
In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating writes that the Redskins blew it, because when it comes to the draft, second-round picks are more valuable than those from the first-round.
Peter Keating examines the dilemma facing the Pittsburgh Steelers: With a new offensive coordinator, should they let Big Ben air it out?