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  1. NFL: Jamaal Charles, Philip Rivers' performance on first downs wi...

    Aaron Schatz

    Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders looks at trends and keys for Week 9 in the NFL. Focus on Kansas City on long runs (hello, Jamaal Charles), San Diego on first downs (work your weapons, Philip Rivers) and the Giants early in possessions.

    Story | Conversation | November 04, 2010
  2. NFL: Key players of Week 8 will be Brett Favre (if healthy), Drew...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders breaks down key trends for NFL Week 8. Among them: If Favre can play, he could do well against the Pats, the Texans' defense on third down will be crucial on MNF and the best way to beat a Steelers defense is to mix it up, so look for much from Sean Payton.

    Story | Conversation | October 28, 2010
  3. NFL: Green Bay Packers' RBs in short yardage, Dallas Cowboys' def...

    Aaron Schatz

    Aaron Schatz looks at Week 7 trends in the NFL. Among keys this week: the Green Bay Packers in short-yardage situations (the Vikings, surprisingly, don't defend those well) and the Dallas Cowboys' ability to create -- and then recover -- fumbles.

    Story | Conversation | October 21, 2010
  4. NFL: Wes Welker on first down, Adrian Peterson up the middle amon...

    Aaron Schatz

    Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders looks at key elements of Week 6 games, including: Wes Welker on first down against the Ravens, the Cowboys' inability to stop runs up the middle (with AP on the horizon), and Maurice Jones-Drew sweeping to the outside often Monday night.

    Story | Conversation | October 11, 2010
  5. Week 5 keys include Randy Moss in the red zone, Donovan McNabb in...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders' Week 5 edition of 'Number Crunching' looks at keys for Sunday and Monday: Randy Moss as a red zone threat, Donovan McNabb and the Skins performing better in the second half, Brandon Jacobs being effective in short-yardage situations again and more.

    Story | Conversation | October 07, 2010
  6. NFL: Week 3 keys will include Dallas Cowboys' use of draw play, C...

    Aaron Schatz

    Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders looks at key Week 3 trends in the NFL off FBO's unique metrics. Some things to focus on this weekend include the Cowboys' use of the draw play, the Bears' performance in the red zone and how often the Falcons use a spread formation.

    Story | Conversation | September 23, 2010
  7. NFL: The key to Manning Bowl II will actually be Dallas Clark and...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders does its 'Number Crunching' (a stats-and-trends based preview) for Week 2. A look at the numbers reveals the importance of a Ravens blitz, Wes Welker, Dallas Clark and Houston's use of the two-back set in this weekend's key games.

    Story | Conversation | September 16, 2010
  8. NFL: Dallas Cowboys' second-half defense, Ray Rice off screen pas...

    Aaron Schatz

    Every Thursday, Football Outsiders president Aaron Schatz writes Number Crunching, a preview of every game that weekend in terms of interesting trends within the matchups. This is the Week 1 edition, focusing on the importance of Ray Rice, Colts' LBs and the Cowboys' second-half D.

    Story | Conversation | September 09, 2010
  9. NFL - Football Outsiders: Why a close Bengals-Vikings game late b...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders analyzes Week 14 in the NFL, including: The Bengals need to close out Minny early rather than late; what Philly may do to Eli Manning; how bad Pittsburgh is on special teams and why Dallas should fear San Diego's use of shotgun spreads.

    Story | Conversation | December 10, 2009
  10. Football Outsiders: Keys for all Week 13 NFL games, including the...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders previews Week 13. Notable trend: shotgun-specific stats will play a big role. Also: blitzing Eli Manning throws him off his game substantially. And the Pats? They might be in some trouble down in South Florida.

    Story | Conversation | December 03, 2009
  11. NFL - Football Outsiders: Week 12 metrics show us Oakland might n...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders analyzes Week 12 in the NFL. Ideas: Oakland isn't THAT bad; Reggie Bush is poised for a big game vs. New England; Pittsburgh needs to play better in the second half; David Garrard gets knocked around too much and a plan for Houston.

    Story | Conversation | November 25, 2009
  12. NFL - Football Outsiders - Statistical elements from every NFL We...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders applies their metrics to analysis of all Week 10 games. Some observations: the red zone will be the key in CIN/PIT; YAC will be the key in NE/IND; and the Eagles? Not a great road team.

    Story | Conversation | November 12, 2009
  13. NFL -- Football Outsiders -- If the Packers want to upend the Vik...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders turns their metrics on every NFL Week 8 matchup, finding (among many trends) that Philly needs to amp up the Wildcat, GB needs YAC to win and the Saints/Falcons MNF battle is a tale of two halves.

    Story | Conversation | October 29, 2009
  14. Key stats for every Week 7 NFL game - Football Outsiders

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders delivers key stats for every Week 7 NFL matchup, including why the Bengals can't let up against the Bears and how special teams can make the difference in Minnesota.

    Story | Conversation | October 22, 2009
  15. Football Outsiders -- Key statistical elements for every 2009 Wee...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders looks at the stats for every NFL Week 5 matchup. Some findings: Chad Ochocinco might have a big day against Baltimore, the third quarter is the key to New England versus Denver and Miami's RBs may not get touches through the air Monday.

    Story | Conversation | October 08, 2009
  16. NFL: Football Outsiders crunches the numbers for every Week 3 mat...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders uses its unique metrics to preview key aspects of every NFL game in Week 3. Among the unlikely discoveries: The Raiders and Redskins should spread the field and throw, while the Pats are built to stop the Falcons' best running plays.

    Story | Conversation | September 24, 2009