Written by Ben Hodgins In a remarkable repeat of their 2023 victory, the Kansas City Chiefs have once again emerged as Super Bowl champions in 2024, orchestrating a stunning second-half comeback to defeat the San Francisco 49ers in overtime with a final score of 25-22. The electrifying showdown took place on February 11th at the …
Written by David Gold Graphic by Liban Rizvi In what many considered to be a “down year” for Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, they have found their way into the AFC championship game for the 6th consecutive year against the winningest team of the 2023 regular season, the Baltimore Ravens. In the 2023-24 …
With veterans potentially on the move, there is no shortage of options for teams looking to improve under center. In Part One of this series, we took a look at the NFL\’s quarterback-hungry teams and the probability they go in a new direction this offseason while assigning many of them some of the draft\’s best quarterbacks. Now, we\’ll take a look at the trade and free-agent candidates.
Though the NFL game has changed over the years, this postseason was a reminder that quarterback play reigns supreme. Already, this offseason’s deals alone would make for an unusually active NFL quarterback carousel, remarkably, the league is just getting started. Over the next two articles, we’ll take a look at the candidates and try to find the best matches amongst an unprecedented amount of job-openings. In this article, we’ll break down which teams are in line for a change and which teams could replenish their QB ranks at the 2021 NFL Draft.
Over the past two week, we’ve released an individual preview for both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Now that we’ve released an in-depth analysis on both teams, it’s time to look at how they match up. In the third instalment of QSAO’s Super Bowl Preview, we look at the Chiefs-Buccaneers matchup, their keys to the game, and some insights that will help you make your bets for the Super Bowl.
The stage is set for Super Bowl 55. The Kansas City Chiefs are set to defend their 2020 Lombardi Trophy against none other than Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In this QSAO article, analyst Jack Bleweis analyzes the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ season; their strengths, their weaknesses, their wins, and their losses — and how they look heading into Super Bowl 55.
The stage is set for Super Bowl 55. The Kansas City Chiefs are set to defend their 2020 Lombardi Trophy against none other than Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In this QSAO article, analyst Jack Bleweis analyzes the Kansas City Chiefs’ season; their strengths, their weaknesses, their wins, and their losses — and how they look heading into Super Bowl 55.
As we progress through the seasons of various professional sports, we start to notice trends worth looking into. As I have begun to expand my analytical prowess, I have begun to develop own questions, and look to answer them through the published work of others – something that QSAO does for the sports community (Look out for all-new content next semester! – shameless plug). But I digress, in Part One of the latest edition of QSAO’s Analytics Mythbusters, we look into the overall contribution of high-receiving running backs and the importance of pass footedness in the EPL.
In the first issue of QSAO’s Analytics Mythbusters, QSAO takes the opportunity to look explore different sports analytics & statistics, and identify different ways to measure player performance. In this first piece, QSAO covers NFL QB ratings, NBA defensive win shares, the Premier League’s possession value framework, and wins above replacement in the NHL.