FanGraphs Audio: Brian Burke, Advanced NFL Stats

Episode 262
Advanced NFL Stats is more or less to gridiron football what FanGraphs is to baseball — with the caveat, perhaps, that football is fluid (as opposed to baseball, which is turn-based) and presents certain challenges for that reason. Brian Burke, the proprietor of said nerdly internet website, is the guest on this edition of FanGraphs Audio.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 52 min. play time.)

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10 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Brian Burke, Advanced NFL Stats”

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  1. Petetown Matt says:

    Dang. Was hoping this was Brian Burke, noted messer-upper of hockey teams.

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  2. Charlie says:

    I find it invasive and annoying that you felt the need to pollute a baseball website with content involving other sports. This is a site for baseball.

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  3. keegs says:

    i love fangraphs people

    oh my god a podcast about football on fangraphs JESUS WHAT A DISASTER

    oh my god a podcast with dayn perry and they dont even mention SIERA or Z-swing% heat maps once WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS SHIT

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  4. This was fascinating. I listened to it twice.

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  5. Matthias says:

    What is a pirate’s favorite computer program??

    R!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. FanGraphs Audio is not a bad one. But i think 52 min is a waste of time. It is totally boring. Again a podcast about football on fangraphs,what a shame.

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