Well ahead of its time, Pro Football Focus revolutionizes the way football and individual players are analyzed by using actual game footage to create metrics that provide a much better idea of the actual story. This groundbreaking website has made sure the days of using box-score tackle stats to debate on-field impact are gone forever. — Evan Silva - Senior NFL Editor for Rotoworld, writer for NBC Sports & Profootballtalk.com.
No matter how many teams you follow, as a fan or reporter, there's a demand to have a functional knowledge of all 32 teams. Pro Football Focus is an invaluable tool, blending contemporary statistics with old-school scouting to provide a deep and realistic perspective on all of the league's players. Most important, they provide information and insight you can trust. — Sean Jensen - NFL Columnist and AP voter
I've been a fan of Pro Football Focus since 2008. The snap count data and signature stats are indispensable daily resources for me and the Monson-Stockwell Analysis Notebook series is high on my list of must reads. If you're a thinking fan, you'll love the mix of hard data, smart metrics and analysis in context produced at PFF. — Jene Bramel - Footballguys.com staff writer, contributor to NY Times 5th Down blog
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Each year, my respect for Pro Football Focus and it’s analysis grows. Now, it’s off the charts. Within 24 hours of every game, PFF puts into perspective how every player on every team ranks and breaks down in depth what they accomplish and how they fail on the field. Where this is valuable is identifying the young players who are becoming stars or the others who may be struggling. It’s a great tool for any football fan wanting to get inside the game. — John Clayton - ESPN
I think this is the Tom Brady of NFL stats websites. I check it each week. I've been buying signature stats for years. I love it! — Terry Pluto - Cleveland Plain Dealer
I enjoy reading the PFF articles because they go into more detail than just the numbers. In our day and age numbers get you the accolades, but don't always tell the whole story. — Brian Robison - DE, Minnesota Vikings
I go to Raiders and 49ers games and judge the teams with my eyes. But I don't make any final conclusions until I see the numbers from PFF. — Phil Barber - Santa Rosa Press Democrat
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Numbers can lie. But PFF breaks the numbers down to paint the truth without bias. When I'm looking to enhance my game I go to PFF. It's the raw truth that numbers won't show you. — Lawrence Jackson - Former Seattle and Detroit DE
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