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Elite Runners Show Why They Deserved the Draft Capital: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 2

We’re back for the Week 2 installment of running back advanced stats. Each week, I’ll use the Advanced Stats Explorer to examine the underlying metrics of notable rushers.   Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell us how a running back is using his blockers, how effective that blocking is, and how effective that RB is at making would-be tacklers…...

Surprising Rushing Leaders and Top RBs Who Struggled: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 1

And we’re back with the weekly installment of running back advanced stats. Last season, I examined the leaders in yards before and after contact, with the top backs in broken plus missed tackle rate. I used the Advanced Stats Explorer to analyze the underlying metrics of notable rushers.  Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell us how a running…...

RotoViz Ranks Versus FFPC ADP: 2 Wide Receivers Who Are Overpriced in FFPC Drafts and 2 to Buy Instead

When sharp rankers, analysts, and fantasy players have players higher or lower in the RotoViz ranks, we should take notice. Last time, we looked at running backs that sat higher or lower on the RotoViz ranks versus FFPC ADP. We shouldn’t follow blindly, but it leads us to challenge or validate our thoughts and research. If anything, it’s a starting point to evaluate whether these players…...

RotoViz Ranks Versus FFPC ADP: 2 RBs to Avoid at Current Prices, and 2 to Buy at All Costs

We’re at the point where most know the sleepers, breakouts, and players to avoid. There’s nothing like the extra hype from preseason games for Isaiah Likely, Khalil Shakir, Romeo Doubs, or [insert player name here]. But how do we know whether the hype is getting out of control, or whether these young upstarts should replace an aging veteran in our draft plans? A good and…...

Mind the Gap: Finding Value in Unclear Backfields and Uncertain Offenses

In July, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs and previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. A reminder – B1 and B2 running backs refer to the team’s RB1 and…...

What Does the Quarterback Swap Mean for Broncos and Seahawks Wide Receivers?

Several teams have new quarterbacks with projected upgrades and downgrades for their receivers. Previously, I looked at the Steelers and Panthers receivers with the sneaky upside. Today we’ll focus on two teams who traded quarterbacks with each other during the offseason: the Broncos and the Seahawks As expected, the ADP market boosted the Broncos’ receivers, yet there was skepticism surrounding the Seahawks. Let’s take a…...

Don’t Give Up on These Exciting Receivers: 2 Teams with Sneaky Quarterback Upgrades

The new season brings with it several quarterback changes: Pittsburgh, Carolina, Denver, Washington, and more. For some of these receivers, it was an upgrade. For many, it looks like a downgrade. A few situations are ambiguous, particularly weaker offenses with receivers who have been productive in the past. With their ADPs dropping, could they present low-risk, high-reward options we want to chase? Today we’ll take…...

Is Michael Carter Still Draftable? Sorting Through 3 More Small-Gap Backfields

Last time, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs, as well as previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel, that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. In all these articles, B1 and B2 running backs refer to…...

Mind the Gap: 3 Small-Gap Backfields to Mine for Fantasy Value

Last time, we looked at three big-gap backfields with buying opportunities. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs, and from similar research by Charlie Kleinheksel before that, that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. In those previous articles and in this…...

Mind the Gap: 3 Backfields with Buying Opportunities

Last summer, I looked at big gap and small gap running backs to identify undervalued backs based on their ADP. The idea comes from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small gap backs, and from similar research by Charlie Kleinheksel before that. First, let’s define our terms: B1 and B2 running backs refer to a team’s RB1 and RB2 in backfields where there is…...

James Washington’s Stock Rises In Dallas, Plus Boston Scott’s Return To Philly and More Signings

The NFL offseason news keeps popping up on our timelines, yet it was possible to miss a few under-the-radar signings by James Washington, Boston Scott, and Ameer Abdullah. Washington joins the Cowboys, while Scott re-joined the Eagles. Meanwhile, the once elite prospect in Abdullah joins his sixth team — the Las Vegas Raiders — entering his fifth season. We’ll dive into the advanced metrics and…...

Michael Carter’s Rookie Year Comparisons Raise Concerns, But the Advanced Stats Point To a Breakout

As the fifth running back taken in the 2021 NFL Draft, Michael Carter went in the early fourth round. Although Carter landed on the Jets, he flashed RB1 upside in Week 7 and 8 after sharing the workload with Tevin Coleman and Ty Johnson. As the second North Carolina back drafted in 2021, Carter popped in the advanced stats like his former teammate Javonte Williams…....

Free Agent Running Backs: Notable Metrics And Possible Team Fits

We have a long list of free agent running backs for the 2022 season, including veterans, backups, and younger backs with upside. We’ll touch on several fantasy-relevant free agent running backs, plus notable metrics and potential landing spots based on team needs and their current options. Veteran Free Agent Running Backs…...

Is Kadarius Toney the Next Jarvis Landry or Will Fuller?

Kadarius Toney was the fourth receiver off the board in the 2021 NFL Draft. Outside of two big games in Weeks 4 and 5, Toney’s rookie season was one in which he struggled to stay on the field. In July 2021, Toney had COVID-19, then an undisclosed injury in the preseason that later became a hamstring injury. Within the first few weeks of the regular…...

Is Rhamondre Stevenson the Next Nick Chubb? The Advanced Stats Say That’s Not Entirely Crazy

The Patriots selected Rhamondre Stevenson out of the University of Oklahoma in the fourth round. When the 2021 NFL Draft occurred, the team had James White and Sony Michel on their roster along with Damien Harris, so Stevenson looked buried. But the Patriots traded Michel to the Rams in late August, opening a small path for Stevenson. Unfortunately, White suffered a season-ending hip injury around…...

Javonte Williams Comparisons Using the RotoViz Screener

As the third running back drafted in the 2021 class, Javonte Williams compiled 203 rushing attempts, 903 rushing yards, and four touchdowns. Williams also caught 43 of 53 targets for 316 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He ranked 12th in total opportunities and 17th in total fantasy points (206.9), yet 26th with 12.2 PPR/Gm.  Javonte Williams’ Advanced Stats Amongst backs with 100 rushing attempts, Williams…...

Devin Singletary’s Strong Finish: Running Back Advanced Stats Review

Corbin Young looks back at the season-long leaders in various running back advanced stats. He also looks ahead to the NFL playoffs to determine which RBs can take their teams deep into the bracket, and deliver NFL Playoff Contest titles for fantasy managers.  Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an…...

Rashaad Penny Smashes Again: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 18

In the weekly running back advanced stats article, Corbin Young examines Rashaad Penny, plus the late-season surges from Devin Singletary and Rhamondre Stevenson. Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an RB is using his blockers, how effective that blocking is, and how effective that RB is at making would-be tacklers…...

Rashaad Penny Smashes: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 17

Corbin Young uses the Advanced Stat Explorer to examine late-season surges by Rashaad Penny, Sony Michel, Ronald Jones, and Justin Jackson, as well as to explore the prospects for a bounceback game from Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon in Week 17. Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an RB is using…...

Duke Johnson’s Career Game: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 16

Corbin Young dives into the running back advanced stats to find the leading rushers in Week 15, including Jonathan Taylor, Craig Reynolds, Jeff Wilson, D’Onta Foreman, and Duke Johnson. Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an RB is using his blockers, how effective that blocking is, and how effective that…...

Elite Runners Show Why They Deserved the Draft Capital: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 2

We’re back for the Week 2 installment of running back advanced stats. Each week, I’ll use the Advanced Stats Explorer to examine the underlying metrics of notable rushers.   Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell us how a running back is using his blockers, how effective that blocking is, and how effective that RB is at making would-be tacklers…...

Surprising Rushing Leaders and Top RBs Who Struggled: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 1

And we’re back with the weekly installment of running back advanced stats. Last season, I examined the leaders in yards before and after contact, with the top backs in broken plus missed tackle rate. I used the Advanced Stats Explorer to analyze the underlying metrics of notable rushers.  Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell us how a running…...

RotoViz Ranks Versus FFPC ADP: 2 Wide Receivers Who Are Overpriced in FFPC Drafts and 2 to Buy Instead

When sharp rankers, analysts, and fantasy players have players higher or lower in the RotoViz ranks, we should take notice. Last time, we looked at running backs that sat higher or lower on the RotoViz ranks versus FFPC ADP. We shouldn’t follow blindly, but it leads us to challenge or validate our thoughts and research. If anything, it’s a starting point to evaluate whether these players…...

RotoViz Ranks Versus FFPC ADP: 2 RBs to Avoid at Current Prices, and 2 to Buy at All Costs

We’re at the point where most know the sleepers, breakouts, and players to avoid. There’s nothing like the extra hype from preseason games for Isaiah Likely, Khalil Shakir, Romeo Doubs, or [insert player name here]. But how do we know whether the hype is getting out of control, or whether these young upstarts should replace an aging veteran in our draft plans? A good and…...

Mind the Gap: Finding Value in Unclear Backfields and Uncertain Offenses

In July, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs and previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. A reminder – B1 and B2 running backs refer to the team’s RB1 and…...

What Does the Quarterback Swap Mean for Broncos and Seahawks Wide Receivers?

Several teams have new quarterbacks with projected upgrades and downgrades for their receivers. Previously, I looked at the Steelers and Panthers receivers with the sneaky upside. Today we’ll focus on two teams who traded quarterbacks with each other during the offseason: the Broncos and the Seahawks As expected, the ADP market boosted the Broncos’ receivers, yet there was skepticism surrounding the Seahawks. Let’s take a…...

Don’t Give Up on These Exciting Receivers: 2 Teams with Sneaky Quarterback Upgrades

The new season brings with it several quarterback changes: Pittsburgh, Carolina, Denver, Washington, and more. For some of these receivers, it was an upgrade. For many, it looks like a downgrade. A few situations are ambiguous, particularly weaker offenses with receivers who have been productive in the past. With their ADPs dropping, could they present low-risk, high-reward options we want to chase? Today we’ll take…...

Is Michael Carter Still Draftable? Sorting Through 3 More Small-Gap Backfields

Last time, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs, as well as previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel, that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. In all these articles, B1 and B2 running backs refer to…...

Mind the Gap: 3 Small-Gap Backfields to Mine for Fantasy Value

Last time, we looked at three big-gap backfields with buying opportunities. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs, and from similar research by Charlie Kleinheksel before that, that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. In those previous articles and in this…...

Mind the Gap: 3 Backfields with Buying Opportunities

Last summer, I looked at big gap and small gap running backs to identify undervalued backs based on their ADP. The idea comes from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small gap backs, and from similar research by Charlie Kleinheksel before that. First, let’s define our terms: B1 and B2 running backs refer to a team’s RB1 and RB2 in backfields where there is…...

James Washington’s Stock Rises In Dallas, Plus Boston Scott’s Return To Philly and More Signings

The NFL offseason news keeps popping up on our timelines, yet it was possible to miss a few under-the-radar signings by James Washington, Boston Scott, and Ameer Abdullah. Washington joins the Cowboys, while Scott re-joined the Eagles. Meanwhile, the once elite prospect in Abdullah joins his sixth team — the Las Vegas Raiders — entering his fifth season. We’ll dive into the advanced metrics and…...

Michael Carter’s Rookie Year Comparisons Raise Concerns, But the Advanced Stats Point To a Breakout

As the fifth running back taken in the 2021 NFL Draft, Michael Carter went in the early fourth round. Although Carter landed on the Jets, he flashed RB1 upside in Week 7 and 8 after sharing the workload with Tevin Coleman and Ty Johnson. As the second North Carolina back drafted in 2021, Carter popped in the advanced stats like his former teammate Javonte Williams…....

Free Agent Running Backs: Notable Metrics And Possible Team Fits

We have a long list of free agent running backs for the 2022 season, including veterans, backups, and younger backs with upside. We’ll touch on several fantasy-relevant free agent running backs, plus notable metrics and potential landing spots based on team needs and their current options. Veteran Free Agent Running Backs…...

Is Kadarius Toney the Next Jarvis Landry or Will Fuller?

Kadarius Toney was the fourth receiver off the board in the 2021 NFL Draft. Outside of two big games in Weeks 4 and 5, Toney’s rookie season was one in which he struggled to stay on the field. In July 2021, Toney had COVID-19, then an undisclosed injury in the preseason that later became a hamstring injury. Within the first few weeks of the regular…...

Is Rhamondre Stevenson the Next Nick Chubb? The Advanced Stats Say That’s Not Entirely Crazy

The Patriots selected Rhamondre Stevenson out of the University of Oklahoma in the fourth round. When the 2021 NFL Draft occurred, the team had James White and Sony Michel on their roster along with Damien Harris, so Stevenson looked buried. But the Patriots traded Michel to the Rams in late August, opening a small path for Stevenson. Unfortunately, White suffered a season-ending hip injury around…...

Javonte Williams Comparisons Using the RotoViz Screener

As the third running back drafted in the 2021 class, Javonte Williams compiled 203 rushing attempts, 903 rushing yards, and four touchdowns. Williams also caught 43 of 53 targets for 316 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He ranked 12th in total opportunities and 17th in total fantasy points (206.9), yet 26th with 12.2 PPR/Gm.  Javonte Williams’ Advanced Stats Amongst backs with 100 rushing attempts, Williams…...

Devin Singletary’s Strong Finish: Running Back Advanced Stats Review

Corbin Young looks back at the season-long leaders in various running back advanced stats. He also looks ahead to the NFL playoffs to determine which RBs can take their teams deep into the bracket, and deliver NFL Playoff Contest titles for fantasy managers.  Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an…...

Rashaad Penny Smashes Again: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 18

In the weekly running back advanced stats article, Corbin Young examines Rashaad Penny, plus the late-season surges from Devin Singletary and Rhamondre Stevenson. Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an RB is using his blockers, how effective that blocking is, and how effective that RB is at making would-be tacklers…...

Rashaad Penny Smashes: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 17

Corbin Young uses the Advanced Stat Explorer to examine late-season surges by Rashaad Penny, Sony Michel, Ronald Jones, and Justin Jackson, as well as to explore the prospects for a bounceback game from Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon in Week 17. Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an RB is using…...

Duke Johnson’s Career Game: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 16

Corbin Young dives into the running back advanced stats to find the leading rushers in Week 15, including Jonathan Taylor, Craig Reynolds, Jeff Wilson, D’Onta Foreman, and Duke Johnson. Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an RB is using his blockers, how effective that blocking is, and how effective that…...

Elite Runners Show Why They Deserved the Draft Capital: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 2

We’re back for the Week 2 installment of running back advanced stats. Each week, I’ll use the Advanced Stats Explorer to examine the underlying metrics of notable rushers.   Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell us how a running back is using his blockers, how effective that blocking is, and how effective that RB is at making would-be tacklers…...

Surprising Rushing Leaders and Top RBs Who Struggled: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 1

And we’re back with the weekly installment of running back advanced stats. Last season, I examined the leaders in yards before and after contact, with the top backs in broken plus missed tackle rate. I used the Advanced Stats Explorer to analyze the underlying metrics of notable rushers.  Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell us how a running…...

RotoViz Ranks Versus FFPC ADP: 2 Wide Receivers Who Are Overpriced in FFPC Drafts and 2 to Buy Instead

When sharp rankers, analysts, and fantasy players have players higher or lower in the RotoViz ranks, we should take notice. Last time, we looked at running backs that sat higher or lower on the RotoViz ranks versus FFPC ADP. We shouldn’t follow blindly, but it leads us to challenge or validate our thoughts and research. If anything, it’s a starting point to evaluate whether these players…...

RotoViz Ranks Versus FFPC ADP: 2 RBs to Avoid at Current Prices, and 2 to Buy at All Costs

We’re at the point where most know the sleepers, breakouts, and players to avoid. There’s nothing like the extra hype from preseason games for Isaiah Likely, Khalil Shakir, Romeo Doubs, or [insert player name here]. But how do we know whether the hype is getting out of control, or whether these young upstarts should replace an aging veteran in our draft plans? A good and…...

Mind the Gap: Finding Value in Unclear Backfields and Uncertain Offenses

In July, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs and previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. A reminder – B1 and B2 running backs refer to the team’s RB1 and…...

What Does the Quarterback Swap Mean for Broncos and Seahawks Wide Receivers?

Several teams have new quarterbacks with projected upgrades and downgrades for their receivers. Previously, I looked at the Steelers and Panthers receivers with the sneaky upside. Today we’ll focus on two teams who traded quarterbacks with each other during the offseason: the Broncos and the Seahawks As expected, the ADP market boosted the Broncos’ receivers, yet there was skepticism surrounding the Seahawks. Let’s take a…...

Don’t Give Up on These Exciting Receivers: 2 Teams with Sneaky Quarterback Upgrades

The new season brings with it several quarterback changes: Pittsburgh, Carolina, Denver, Washington, and more. For some of these receivers, it was an upgrade. For many, it looks like a downgrade. A few situations are ambiguous, particularly weaker offenses with receivers who have been productive in the past. With their ADPs dropping, could they present low-risk, high-reward options we want to chase? Today we’ll take…...

Is Michael Carter Still Draftable? Sorting Through 3 More Small-Gap Backfields

Last time, we parsed through the three small-gap backfields. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs, as well as previous work by Charlie Kleinheksel, that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. In all these articles, B1 and B2 running backs refer to…...

Mind the Gap: 3 Small-Gap Backfields to Mine for Fantasy Value

Last time, we looked at three big-gap backfields with buying opportunities. We know from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small-gap backs, and from similar research by Charlie Kleinheksel before that, that the ADP gap between a team’s RB1 and their RB2 has significant implications for how we should expect them to perform. In those previous articles and in this…...

Mind the Gap: 3 Backfields with Buying Opportunities

Last summer, I looked at big gap and small gap running backs to identify undervalued backs based on their ADP. The idea comes from Jack Miller’s research on the win and hit rates for big or small gap backs, and from similar research by Charlie Kleinheksel before that. First, let’s define our terms: B1 and B2 running backs refer to a team’s RB1 and RB2 in backfields where there is…...

James Washington’s Stock Rises In Dallas, Plus Boston Scott’s Return To Philly and More Signings

The NFL offseason news keeps popping up on our timelines, yet it was possible to miss a few under-the-radar signings by James Washington, Boston Scott, and Ameer Abdullah. Washington joins the Cowboys, while Scott re-joined the Eagles. Meanwhile, the once elite prospect in Abdullah joins his sixth team — the Las Vegas Raiders — entering his fifth season. We’ll dive into the advanced metrics and…...

Michael Carter’s Rookie Year Comparisons Raise Concerns, But the Advanced Stats Point To a Breakout

As the fifth running back taken in the 2021 NFL Draft, Michael Carter went in the early fourth round. Although Carter landed on the Jets, he flashed RB1 upside in Week 7 and 8 after sharing the workload with Tevin Coleman and Ty Johnson. As the second North Carolina back drafted in 2021, Carter popped in the advanced stats like his former teammate Javonte Williams…....

Free Agent Running Backs: Notable Metrics And Possible Team Fits

We have a long list of free agent running backs for the 2022 season, including veterans, backups, and younger backs with upside. We’ll touch on several fantasy-relevant free agent running backs, plus notable metrics and potential landing spots based on team needs and their current options. Veteran Free Agent Running Backs…...

Is Kadarius Toney the Next Jarvis Landry or Will Fuller?

Kadarius Toney was the fourth receiver off the board in the 2021 NFL Draft. Outside of two big games in Weeks 4 and 5, Toney’s rookie season was one in which he struggled to stay on the field. In July 2021, Toney had COVID-19, then an undisclosed injury in the preseason that later became a hamstring injury. Within the first few weeks of the regular…...

Is Rhamondre Stevenson the Next Nick Chubb? The Advanced Stats Say That’s Not Entirely Crazy

The Patriots selected Rhamondre Stevenson out of the University of Oklahoma in the fourth round. When the 2021 NFL Draft occurred, the team had James White and Sony Michel on their roster along with Damien Harris, so Stevenson looked buried. But the Patriots traded Michel to the Rams in late August, opening a small path for Stevenson. Unfortunately, White suffered a season-ending hip injury around…...

Javonte Williams Comparisons Using the RotoViz Screener

As the third running back drafted in the 2021 class, Javonte Williams compiled 203 rushing attempts, 903 rushing yards, and four touchdowns. Williams also caught 43 of 53 targets for 316 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He ranked 12th in total opportunities and 17th in total fantasy points (206.9), yet 26th with 12.2 PPR/Gm.  Javonte Williams’ Advanced Stats Amongst backs with 100 rushing attempts, Williams…...

Devin Singletary’s Strong Finish: Running Back Advanced Stats Review

Corbin Young looks back at the season-long leaders in various running back advanced stats. He also looks ahead to the NFL playoffs to determine which RBs can take their teams deep into the bracket, and deliver NFL Playoff Contest titles for fantasy managers.  Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an…...

Rashaad Penny Smashes Again: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 18

In the weekly running back advanced stats article, Corbin Young examines Rashaad Penny, plus the late-season surges from Devin Singletary and Rhamondre Stevenson. Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an RB is using his blockers, how effective that blocking is, and how effective that RB is at making would-be tacklers…...

Rashaad Penny Smashes: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 17

Corbin Young uses the Advanced Stat Explorer to examine late-season surges by Rashaad Penny, Sony Michel, Ronald Jones, and Justin Jackson, as well as to explore the prospects for a bounceback game from Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon in Week 17. Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an RB is using…...

Duke Johnson’s Career Game: Running Back Advanced Stats – Week 16

Corbin Young dives into the running back advanced stats to find the leading rushers in Week 15, including Jonathan Taylor, Craig Reynolds, Jeff Wilson, D’Onta Foreman, and Duke Johnson. Metrics like yards before and after contact, evasion rate, stuff rate, and designed gap rate tell you a lot about how an RB is using his blockers, how effective that blocking is, and how effective that…...

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