Peter Keating says that not only is Matt Schaub an outlier in that he has been terrific this season against blitzes and standard pressure, but his succes demonstrates how teams still don't understand how to properly blitz.
Peter Keating examines the dilemma facing the Pittsburgh Steelers: With a new offensive coordinator, should they let Big Ben air it out?
Peter Keating examines how consistency is both wrongly described, and prescriptive for the NFL playoffs.
Peter Keating examines the top sack-masters, or the players who have cost opponents the most clutch-weighted expected points on sacks.
Peter Keating examines the best and worst QBs in the red zone and determines what we can learn from them. The answer? QBR reveals why what's really important is not committing turnovers.
Peter Keating compares Eli Manning and Philip Rivers' numbers from last season to show the importance of ball security when evaluating QBs.
What impact would the Super Bowl have on business in New York and New Jersey?
Elliot Pellman, the NFL's top medical adviser, claims it's okay for players with concussions to get back in the game. Time for a second opinion