Vikings, Jaguars, differ on approaches to finding a quarterback

May 19, 2014 Draft

Interesting tidbit from Peter King this week about how the Vikings nearly acquired Johnny Manziel: As the picks went by, starting soon after the Rams chose at 13, Cleveland GM Ray Farmer worked the phones, trying to find a partner to move up from their second pick in the round (26th overall) to grab Manziel. […]

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Will Blake Bortles be the Best QB of the 2014 Class?

May 15, 2014 Draft

The Jaguars drafted Blake Bortles with the 3rd pick in the 2014 draft. Nineteen picks later, the Browns took Johnny Manziel, and with the 32nd pick, the Vikings traded up to acquire Teddy Bridgewater. If you believe in the efficient market theory, this means Bortles is the most likely of that group to wind up […]

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College Football: The Best Passing Quarterbacks from 2012

February 26, 2013 College

A few weeks ago, I discovered cfbstats.com, which has made available for download an incredible amount of college football statistics from the last eight seasons. Thanks to them, I plan to apply some of the same techniques I’ve used on NFL numbers over the years to college statistics. If you’re a fan of college football, […]

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