NFL franchises use contextualized data to create competitive advantage. To achieve advantage, teams need to use the right data in the right way at the right time. This means extracting, interpreting and applying only the most impactful data within a framework that considers personnel, opponents and changing game situations. My goal is to be your analytics department. Every week this season, I want to work for you and give you an idea of which numbers in my model are labeled as the most impactful…or most misunderstood.
As always, let me know if your vision test turns up anything interesting Stuff, or if there is a stats/trends you like me to drill down on. You can hit me up on Twitter @cfrelund. As with any good analytics department, the more we collaborate, the more value we can create.
and then there are eight.
I just did my first round of 1,000,000 simulations of each of the four divisional games this weekend, which helps show the most likely outcome, which is Which teams will win and helps outline the conditions under which the upset will occur.
I also updated the Super Bowl odds for the eight remaining teams and provided my assessment of the biggest weaknesses each team faces. Since I love this weekend’s roster, I’ve also added a red flag for each team’s upcoming games. Let’s dig deeper!
PS I’ll be re-running these when we get weekly injury updates, so remember to check back before games start.
Editor’s note: Odds The content quoted below was provided by Caesars as of Wednesday, January 18 at 5:15pm ET.