Inside the Numbers of the NFL’s Newest Top Division

by Chris Murphy

 

As the NFL regular season enters its final stretch, with each team having only 4 games to play, now is the time the time to diagnose who’s good, who’s bad, and who’s somewhere in between. While for most of the year fans have suffered massive expectation failures and relative mediocrity throughout the league, one division is doing all they can to field quality teams and make the NFL’s playoffs as exciting as possible. Yes, I am talking about the NFC South. Continue reading “Inside the Numbers of the NFL’s Newest Top Division”

Great Expectations: the Roberto Aguayo story

by Jack Graham

 

Among other things, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been plagued by the kicking struggles of rookie Roberto Aguayo throughout the 2016 season. Through 9 games, Aguayo has made only 9 of 14 Field Goals, a rate of 64% that qualifies him as the least accurate kicker in the league. Of course, these lackluster numbers would not typically be grounds for an interesting story, except for the fact that Aguayo also happened to be the Buccaneers second round draft pick. Continue reading “Great Expectations: the Roberto Aguayo story”