By Taylor Mascia
As promised, here we have the 2014 points per snap for QB/RB/WR/TE. Some good stuff here. Some interesting things here I think. I’ll be back with deeper analysis to this data (as well as last week’s IDP data) in the coming weeks. I know I promised a sleepers follow up in last week’s article but I would like to add more metrics for each player to build a profile and make my recommendations at that time.
I’ve included a Google doc here. You’ll find tabs for ALL/QB/RB/WR/TE. In Column F you will find Total Points per Snap for the 2014 season. The players visible in the tables all played 150 or more snaps. Most of the raw data I used comes from SportingCharts with some manual adjustments made here and there for missing snap counts. The scoring I used is the following:
|Pass Yards||1/25 yards|
|Rushing Yards||1/10 yards|
|Receiving Yards||1/10 yards|
*Note: similar to last week’s data, I’ve left out Return TDs and 2 point conversions. The predictability is just not reliable enough for me. With that said, those stats are something to keep in mind.