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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. NFL - Football Outsiders: A preview of NFL Week 16 shows four rea...

    Aaron Schatz

    Football Outsiders previews Week 16 in the NFL. Every game is covered, so there's quite a bit of info, but here's a key nugget: There are four stat splits that tend to translate into wins. The Colts are near the top of the NFL in all four. Coincidence?

    Story | Conversation | December 23, 2009
  5. 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