The Contrarian - Week 3
Most of the Contrarian columns I’ve written for Pro Football Focus in the past have dealt with big single-concept issues. This summer, for example, I looked at Adrian Peterson versus Jamaal Charles and examined how much a forced missed tackle is worth. During the 2013 season, I’m going to be bringing you a mix of columns like that and columns that look at some of the surprising splits generated by PFF’s game-charting adepts. You don’t necessarily want to act on all of the information, but sometimes all that stands between you and a profitable waiver wire pickup or roster defining trade is a faulty narrative.
Here are four narratives of note after two weeks.
1. Matthew Stafford and Robert Griffin III are better than fans think — not worse.