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In reply to @SethWalder
Despite playing through injury nearly the entire season Zeke still ranked 6th in rushing touchdowns and 7th in yards. You can argue that he needs to do more for what they are paying him, but if 6th and 7th aren’t good that means you think there are only 5-6 good RB in the NFL.
Replying to @RGIII
I hear you and I'm not saying the injury didn't affect him, I imagine it did. But those are just volume numbers. He wasn't an efficient runner. Whether that was due to injury I think is a different question, but I don't think his per carry numbers indicate a good year.
 
In reply to @SethWalder
Doesn’t matter. Weaponizing Pollard’s numbers on less carries and less workload doesn’t prove anything except that Pollard is elite in his role. Expand his role by making Zeke and Pollard the focal point of the offense. Zeke is the workhorse back. Pollard is the home run hitter.
Replying to @RGIII
OK but even putting Pollard aside Elliott's numbers are not good!
 
ESPN Sports Analytics has a posting up for an experienced sports data scientist.

Posting and application, right here!

jobs.disneycareers.com/job/bristol/sp…
 
In reply to @SethWalder
that's what I thought about the Eagles and Wentz, I guess it only takes one dance partner
 
Among RBs with 100 carries Elliott ranked:

27th in yards per carry, 32nd in yards after contact per carry and 31st in rush yards over expectation per carry. All dramatically worse than Pollard.

If the Cowboys wanted to trade Elliott they would be the ones sending a pick.
People say @EzekielElliott had a down year last year but he ranked 7th in rushing yards, 6th in rushing touchdowns, and averaged 4.2 yards per carry. They paid him to be the best but stop acting like he didn’t improve in every major stat category from the previous year.
 
In reply to @PFF_Eric
Surprised that’s considered a hot take by anyone who has looked at that roster. A Fields’ leap may keep them out of the basement but I mean even Houston went 4-12 during a season in which Watson played great.
The reaction to FPI's rankings I was not ready for was blowback over the Bears being last. That team is awful and it seems extremely clear they are awful.
 
Stanley Cup Final preview: Avalanche vs. Lightning
with @hayyyshayyy

The team to beat vs. the team that can’t be beat. It’s the best Cup final matchup in years and should be a series for the ages.
theathletic.com/3363836/2022/0… pic.twitter.com/vFN2sAqkHK
apropos of nothing I just want to say your tables/graphics are extremely clean
 
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#VRBPAC votes unanimously to recommend the Moderna vaccine for children 6 months to 5 years old.

statnews.com/2022/06/15/tra…
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
While our competition is officially underway, we've extended sign-ups through 🗓 Friday, June 17! 🥳

docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAI…
 
ESPN is hiring an experienced sports data scientist!

Job posting here: jobs.disneycareers.com/job/bristol/sp…
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
Does the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference simply reflect inequities plaguing the sports industry? Or are some policies -- like $850 tickets -- actively reinforcing those barriers? I spoke with some passionate voices on that for @washingtonpost

washingtonpost.com/sports/2022/06…
 
i am begging sportsbooks to hire one (1) UX designer
 
In reply to @SethWalder
Where would developers be in football ops if not analytics/R&D?
Replying to @bunsushi
Broader football operations work, I think? Like internal scouting applications. Though it’s definitely possible I’m making a distinction over something very small / not there in some orgs.
 
In reply to @SethWalder
Maxwell Kirin works for the Giants, not Maxwell Dirin. Figure it out Seth
Replying to @skirin22
Ah shoot, that’s my bad. I’ll fix for next time, thank you for flagging.
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
We are now over 30 #BigDataBowl participants who have been hired by NFL teams, the league office, or vendors that use NGS tracking data.
 
In reply to @SethWalder
I know @JoeyWysocki is the manager of advanced analytics, but I believe is more on the business side. So I don’t know where those fall.
generally excluded unless it's specifically a hybrid situation like Jaguars. But thank you!
 
In reply to @SethWalder
Interesting that Kwesi is on here but Andrew Berry isn't? Feel like they both have analytical backgrounds.
Replying to @benj_robinson
Berry came up through scouting
 
In reply to @SethWalder
Derrick Yam, Manager of Data and Decision Science
Replying to @flexaar
he's on there!
 
In reply to @SethWalder
Good point. Was 2021 the first time you made this list?
Replying to @PeteDamilatis
2020! This was version 1.0:
Copying an idea from @HockeyGraphs and @hayyyshayyy: I’m compiling a list of NFL analytics staffers that I'm making public and intend to maintain.

I've checked the list with a bunch of staffers -- but not someone with every team -- so please consider this a draft/first pass. pic.twitter.com/YqABPAlnNl
 
No surprise that the Giants analytics staff doubled from Gettleman to Schoen regimes. Oct 21 vs today, per @SethWalder pic.twitter.com/NZQ7wPTYeL
Replying to @PeteDamilatis
To be fair many or all of those new names were interns previously but it does say something that they were willing to bring on that many full-timers
 
In reply to @SethWalder
Browns are missing Catherine Raîche. Heavy analytics background.
Replying to @SchuylerCorbin
I'll take a look, thanks for flagging
 
In reply to @SethWalder
First time having all 32 teams!
Replying to @903124S
actually got there last year but it is fairly recent development!
 
In reply to @SethWalder
Of course! I know at least one of them worked with Over the Cap and PFF in the past but I'm definitely not privy to what their day to day looks like now
Replying to @_DH44_
I could also be wrong -- something for me to check in on
 
In reply to @SethWalder
Seth, there's a few members of the Cowboys coaching staff who have analytics listed as part of their title on the team site. Do they fit into your criteria? dallascowboys.com/team/coaches-r…
Replying to @_DH44_
Appreciate the flag. To the best of my knowledge they fit closer to what a QC coach does so fall outside of the criteria of the list. But thank you!
 
In reply to @SethWalder
There’s still plenty of gray area. Most common gray area is developers: I exclude by default but include if I’m told they are specifically and primarily part of the football analytics operation. Not a perfect solution but it is the current one.
Replying to @SethWalder
Oh! And if you are analytics staffer that ascends to oversight of areas beyond "just" analytics, you remain on the list. That's how we now have a GM on the list.
 
In reply to @SethWalder
The list includes full-time staffers only, so no interns and no consultants (I previously listed a couple consultants but they’ve been removed now). Jaguars staffers with hybrid business/football roles are included.
Replying to @SethWalder
There’s still plenty of gray area. Most common gray area is developers: I exclude by default but include if I’m told they are specifically and primarily part of the football analytics operation. Not a perfect solution but it is the current one.
 
Long overdue update to the NFL analytics staffer chart!

As always, this is to the best of my understanding based on both what teams list and conversations with analytics folks around the league. pic.twitter.com/FwyBkWwz4d
Replying to @SethWalder
The list includes full-time staffers only, so no interns and no consultants (I previously listed a couple consultants but they’ve been removed now). Jaguars staffers with hybrid business/football roles are included.
 
Long overdue update to the NFL analytics staffer chart!

As always, this is to the best of my understanding based on both what teams list and conversations with analytics folks around the league.
 
Our team (ESPN Sports Analytics) is looking for an experienced sports data scientist: jobs.disneycareers.com/job/bristol/sp…
 
Ekene Olekanma and Shravan Ramamurthy are now both Football R&D Analysts for the 49ers, per the team's website.
 
In here, the Bills announced the promotion of Dennis Lock to senior director of football research.
We've made some promotions and new hires in our personnel department.

#GoBills | #BillsMafia
 
The Broncos recently promoted data science intern Mehmet Cem Erden to data scientist, per source.
Replying to @SethWalder
Also, Denver promoted Kunal Singh from data science intern to data scientist last fall, and I’m mentioning now because that move was previously unknown to me/not on my list.
 
The Broncos recently promoted data science intern Mehmet Cem Erden to data scientist, per source.
 
Cowboys Football Research Analyst Adam Vonder Haar is leaving the team, per sources.

He’s taking a position with Sumer Sports, an analytics startup former Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff is involved with that is aiming to work with NFL teams.
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
The Browns bet $230 million on Deshaun Watson because they hoped everyone would just move on. But the NY Times did something that the team arrogantly refused/pretended to do: They actually investigated what happened.
 
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
Jack Del Rio today: “I have fully supported all peaceful protests in America.”

Also, Jack Del Rio:
 
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
ESPN's Football Power Index gives the Seahawks a 42.2% chance of picking in the top 10 in 2023. @SethWalder explains that projection and I make a case for why Seattle could outperform it: espn.com/nfl/draft2023/…
 
Projecting which teams will select in the top 10 of the 2023 Draft. Who will be there and why FPI thinks their 2022 seasons won't work out: espn.com/nfl/draft2023/…
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
Deshaun Watson received massages from at least 66 different women in a 17-month period. Some of these women, speaking publicly for the first time, described experiences that undercut his insistence he was only seeking professional massage therapy: nytimes.com/2022/06/07/spo…
How the Texans and a Spa Enabled Deshaun Watsons Series of Massages
nytimes.com
 
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
Just a reminder that the Browns gave Watson $230M three months ago, said they are confident in the background work they did into the QB. Watson has said he has "no regrets."

Really hard to reconcile that with new accusations, all in line with the first 22 suits.
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
Deshaun Watson now faces 24 active civil lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct during a massage session. espn.com/nfl/story/_/id…
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
We are doing an NFL “Futures Week” stunt this week, leading off with NFL Win totals. Here are thoughts on win totals from @AnitaMarks @erinkatedolan @JoeFortenbaugh @FO_ASchatz @SethWalder @EricNMoody

espn.com/chalk/story/_/…
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
📢📢📢 We need 7 more hackathon registrations to get to 💯.

Yeah, a HUNDRED.

One week to go 🚀

#WomeninSportsData2022 @WinSportsData
 
In reply to @JPCapodanno03
Thanks, I’ll look into that and shout him out in the bio
Replying to @AlexRollinsNFL @JPCapodanno03 and 1 otherfalse
I believe it came from @doug_clawson actually!
 
In addition to the Halaby news, another analytics promotion in here: James Gilman promoted to Director of Football Analytics.
Eagles announced the following changes to their football operations and scouting departments: pic.twitter.com/MBHp1smIeH
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
The Eagles are promoting VP of football operations and strategy Alec Halaby and VP of football operations and compliance Jon Ferrari into elevated roles—both are getting Assistant GM titles, per sources.

Philly rewarding guys in-house, as the scouting department's reworked.
 
Seth Walder Retweeted ·  
The Giants and Jets are likely to hold a joint practice in the week leading up to their Aug. 28 preseason game, per source. The two local teams getting together for an afternoon on the practice field. Should be fun. First time since memorable 2005 entanglement.
 
 
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