49ers vs. Cardinals Week 11 Scouting Report: Grades and Key Matchups

49ers vs. Cardinals Week 11 Scouting Report: Grades and Key Matchups
This Scouting Report for Monday night’s 49ers vs. Cardinals game is produced by The 33rd Team’s Scouting Department, led by former Eagles, Cardinals and Ravens personnel executive T.J. McCreight and assisted by scouts Justin Casey, Kevin Cohn and Evan Pritt. Nick Bosa vs. Cardinals’ OTs Nick Bosa plays a key role in a defense that has […]

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Cam’s Corner: Nick Bosa, Ed Oliver Highlight Best Sacks In Week 10

Cam Jordan breaks down the most impressive sacks from Week 10 in the NFL, including a demonstration of teamwork making the dream work in Buffalo. Plus, Jordan previews the Saints’ upcoming matchup with the Los Angeles Rams.

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Cam’s Corner: J.J. Watt, Nick Bosa Highlight Top Sacks of Week 8

Cam Jordan breaks down his teammate Payton Turner’s two-sack game, J.J. Watt and Za’Darius Smith from the same game, and Nick Bosa’s big game. Plus, he gives a preview of how he and the Saints defense will slow down Lamar Jackson.

Sports Info Solutions: Explaining Pressures Above Expectation

Sports Info Solutions: Explaining Pressures Above Expectation
Last year, SIS unveiled a new pressure metric, Pressures Above Expectation (PAE). It measures a player’s pressures against the likelihood they were to record one, considering factors like their alignment and down and distance.  This metric allows us to compare players’ relative talent across position groups, and we also found it could be used to […]

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The Juice is Loose: Why Explosiveness Matters in the NFL

The Juice is Loose: Why Explosiveness Matters in the NFL
When evaluators are discussing players, a descriptive term that receives frequent use is “juice.” “This guy’s got serious juice,” says one scout. “He has the juice to take it the distance,” explains another. “That dude is a one-man Tropicana juice factory,” states a creative, wordsmithing third. The trait their juicy jargon is portraying is explosiveness. […]

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