The fifth annual edition of The Deep Ball Project is here, see how accurate your team's quarterback is on deep passes! This is Part 2/3 of the 2018-19 edition.
Jonathan Kinsley explains why the New York Giants boast the league's best receiving corps in a full breakdown of the skill players.
32-21 20-11 10-1 20. Mike Glennon: Chicago Bears Mike Glennon's contract in Chicago has been persecuted by the NFL community, largely because he hasn't started a game in 3 years. It's made even more confusing with the Bears trading up to draft Mitch Trubisky from North Carolina. While Glennon isn't the most attractive name, his … Continue reading 2017 Starting Quarterback Power Rankings (20-11)
Part 2 of the 2016-17 Deep Ball Project.
It’s that time of year again, where the NFL Playoff race gets tighter and tighter. Naturally, we’ve got some really good matchups/crucial playoff deciding matchups, and the margin for error is extremely slim. That is where Crunchtime Matchups comes in. With 3 weeks left, I shall write out the most important, vital, and exciting playoff … Continue reading NFL Crunchtime Matchups: Week 15, 2015
Recently I’ve been studying 2014’s Pro Bowl quarterbacks, and it occurred to me; pretty much every single starter in the NFL has had a game where they’ve thrown multiple interceptions. Even guys like Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, and Russell Wilson, normally low volume turnover machines, have done this. Naturally, I decided to research multi interception … Continue reading A New Formula For Calculating Multi-Interception Games
What a season. Considering all the uncertainties it has brought us, who would’ve guessed the kinds of years the NFL’s field generals would have? Well that’s exactly why I wrote this list. The quarterback is the most important and valuable position in the NFL, and 2014 brought us at least 5 career seasons (and yes, the 5 … Continue reading The Top 15 Quarterbacks Of 2014