Category Archives: Philosophy

Obstinacy and Analytics in the NFL

The NFL is a league of 32 separate entities that are all working towards a common goal (profit) while competing against each other. There is massive conduit that connects all 32 teams that allows staggering amounts of information to flow … Continue reading

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The Relationship of Coaching, Players, and Winning in the NFL

In watching the playoff games this weekend, I’m reminded of an analogy that I’ve made in previous posts: The building of a professional football team is much like a master craftsman building a piece of furniture, statue, or a work … Continue reading

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The Mental Disconnect – Adapting to the NFL

A few weeks after the NFL draft, the NFL holds their annual “Rookie Symposium.” The NFL has called it an introduction to “life in the NFL.” Former and current players and coaches will come in and speak to the 254 … Continue reading

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