Former NFL Scout Matt Manocherian of Sports Info Solutions and football analytics pioneer Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders do a deep dive on the Raiders confusing offseason and then analyze what the differences between DVOA and Total Points with and without pressure can tell us about various quarterbacks and secondaries around the NFL.
Former NFL Scout Matt Manocherian (@mattmano) of Sports Info Solutions welcomes members of the SIS scouting staff to the show to provide interesting insights into their favorite NFL teams. Matt talks to Justin Stine (@j_stine31) about the Los Angeles Rams (0:48), Dan Foehrenbach (@FoehrenbachD) about the Tennessee Titans (8:01), John Todd (@therealjohntodd) about the Washington Redskins (10:53), Noah Gatsik (@IamThatNoah) about the Philadelphia Eagles (14:10), and John Shirley (@JshirleyAK) about the Green Bay Packers (16:51).
Former NFL scout Matt Manocherian (@mattmano) of Sports Info Solutions and football analytics pioneer Aaron Schatz (@FO_ASchatz) of Football Outsiders turn their focus to the Big Apple to examine the Jets' firing of GM Mike Maccagnan (0:27) and discuss the Giants running game using Dan Pizzuta's (@DanPizzuta) recent post on Big Blue View (8:46). The duo also does a deep-dive into a new stat from SIS called Targets Above Expectation (20:12) and breaks down the best and worst draft classes according to the SIS Football Rookie Handbook (30:43).
In a special re-aired edition of the Off the Charts Football Podcast from 2016, Aaron Schatz and Ben Muth of Football Outsiders interview former Offensive Line Coach Howard Mudd. The interview hits on Mudd's thoughts on what characteristics he looked for in offensive linemen, what skills he thought were coachable, stories about his players and teams--including the Manning-era Colts--and what is wrong with offensive line play in today's NFL.
Former NFL scout Matt Manocherian (@mattmano) of Sports Info Solutions and football analytics pioneer Aaron Schatz (@FO_ASchatz) of Football Outsiders recap the 2019 NFL Draft. The duo takes issue with some of the things being said on "Football Analytics Twitter" (3:31) before doing a team-by-team breakdown of the draft in which they discuss the moves made by the Cardinals (7:31), Falcons (9:33), Ravens (12:45), Bills (13:50), Panthers (14:40), Bears (15:42), Bengals (17:11), Browns (18:06), Colts (18:53), Jaguars (20:05), Dolphins (21:19), Patriots (22:31), Eagles (25:05), Seahawks (26:11), 49ers (27:31), Redskins (28:08) and Saints (29:04).