Robert Mays and Kevin Clark discuss the news of the NFL making pass interference reviewable (02:00) and the drama surrounding Nick Caserio (07:00). Then FiveThirtyEight’s Josh Hermsmeyer joins the show to discuss the influx of analytics around the league (12:00), what it reveals about the quarterback landscape (24:00), and how it will affect the future of the NFL (31:30).
The Present and Future of NFL Analytics With Josh Hermsmeyer
Robert Mays and Kevin Clark discuss the news of the NFL making pass interference reviewable and the drama surrounding Nick Caserio
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