Monday, February 8, 2016

2015 Super Bowl Football ERA Game Results

The Football ERA Formula outputs a result that runs on a scale from approximately 5000 points to -5000 with losing teams that are dominated getting pushed into the negative numbers by their victors.  Defensive Elements of the Formula contribute to this negative score in games constituting blowouts.  A few years back, RealFootballAnalysis.com developed a formula that translates the Final Game Results of The Football ERA into Composite Scores that resemble football scores as much as possible.  Here are The Football ERA Game Results and their corresponding Composite Scores:

Football ERA Composite Score





Car
30
Den
25









The Football ERA Game Results



Net
Offense
Offense
Offense
Defense
Defense
Defense

Total
Total
Rushing
Drives
Total
Rushing
Pressure
Car
2414
1147
639
509
1266
360
906
Den
1465
-32
369
-401
1497
-360
1857



Photos by Brian Kersey, UPI

Thursday, February 4, 2016

2015 Playoffs Superbowl Preview Football ERA Formula Trends Podcast







Photo by Gary C. Caskey, UPI



Monday, February 1, 2016

Report: Peyton Manning has told close friends he’ll retire


In a not-so-private moment, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning told Patriots coach Bill Belichick that 2015 may be Peyton’s last rodeo. In much more private moments, Manning reportedly has been more definitive.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Manning has told close friends that he’ll retire after Super Bowl 50.
Manning consistently has declined to tip his hand publicly, most recently in a Pro Bowl halftime interview with ESPN’s Chris Berman. If Manning is done, the decision represents a stark contrast from his mindset in November, when he was telling teammates that he intended to play in 2016.
Circumstances have changed dramatically since then, however. After exiting the lineup to rehab a partially torn plantar fascia tendon in this foot, Manning wasn’t expected to make it back to the field in 2015. And surely he wouldn’t have wanted a string of subpar performances to represent his final NFL season.
Now that Manning has made an unexpected return and an event more unexpected run to the Super Bowl, how can he top it in 2016? He can’t, especially if the Broncos win.

Source: PFT.com
Author: Mike Florio
Photo via USA Today


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