Thursday, October 30, 2014

2014 Season Football ERA Formula Trends Week 8 Podcast






Photo: UPI Photo, John Sommers II

Week 8 Football ERA Cumulative Results


Weekly 2014 Cumulative Football ERA Formula results are published below with the usual cautionary disclaimer that these are NOT Power Rankings. To analyze these results, we primarily have to look at how teams change within the Rankings rather than looking at the Rankings as raw stand-alone data. Position is neither the best nor the sole criteria of analyzing the list as much as is observing change in the list (first derivative). In other words, how teams rise and fall from week to week during the long season is more of a primary criteria for evaluating performance.
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Ind
15352
KC
13717
Dall
13630
Bal
12680
NO
12601
Den
12559
NYJ
11207
Det
10783
Mia
10529
Sea
10083
SF
9929
Hou
9280
Pitt
9228
Was
8078
Phi
7831
Chi
7500
NYG
7442
SD
7043
Minn
6900
NE
6541
Cleve
5985
Buff
5469
Cinn
5445
Arz
5268
Jax
4934
Car
3703
GB
3103
Atl
2944
StL
1672
Tenn
985
TB
-3294
Oak
-3758



Photo: UPI, Archie Carpenter

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Week Eight Football ERA Composite Scores

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 this week's Composite Scores:
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KC
37
StL
10



Hou
33
Tenn
14



NYJ
30
Buff
18



NO
30
GB
15



Pitt
30
Ind
12



Den
30
SD
12



Minn
28
TB
17



Was
26
Dall
19



Phi
25
Arz
20



NE
24
Chi
18



Cinn
24
Bal
20



Jax
24
Mia
22



Sea
23
Car
21



Oak
23
Cleve
21



Det
20
Atl
20



Photo: UPI, A.J. Sisco

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