New Game-by-Game Stat Page

The site now features a player-year stat page, so you can break out player performance game by game during a season.

Let's say you want to see how Tom Brady's performance has contributed to the Patriots' two-game skid this season. You can go to the Quarterbacks page and find Tom Brady right near the top of the list. If you click on his name, you'll get his career page.

Each year now has a link behind it. Clicking the 2011 year will take you to his player-year page. You'll see he advanced stats for each game this season. Plus, the link in the game result column will take you to the game boxscore and win probability graph.

Looks like Brady has really cooled off since the first two games of the season against MIA and SD.

  • Spread The Love
  • Digg This Post
  • Tweet This Post
  • Stumble This Post
  • Submit This Post To Delicious
  • Submit This Post To Reddit
  • Submit This Post To Mixx

5 Responses to “New Game-by-Game Stat Page”

  1. Kyle Miller says:

    You need to add rushing stats to quarterbacks or your stats are meaningless. You can't quantify the effectiveness of a quarterback without them.

  2. bob says:

    Great stuff. that is useful to examine. thanks.


    kyle - Tim Tebow fan?

  3. Brian Burke says:

    Kyle-I'm sorry, but all the non-meaningless stats are only available to premium members. Invitation only, I'm afraid.

    Rest assured, WPA, EPA, SR and their derivatives include all plays except kneels and spikes.

  4. Patrick says:

    This is great Brian, thanks!

  5. Borat says:

    Brain:

    The other sights I perscribe to show Ray Rice as the second leading recepticle for the Ravens. NLF.com has Rice with 38 receptions for 418 yards and two TDs.

    You show him with no exceptions.

    I want my money back

Leave a Reply