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Wharton Moneyball: NFL Rankings, Josh Hermsmeyer, Aaron Schatz

Ep. 166

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Show from 9/04/19


In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts talk with the writer at FiveThirtyEight and the Founder of AirYards.com, Josh Hermsmeyer. They discuss the Colts starting quarterback Jacoby Brissettt and the data involved in broken tackles. Have you ever wonder where does the data on broken tackles come from? Next, ESPN writer, editor-in-chief and head statistician for FootballOutsiders.Com, Aaron Schatz talks with us about the one NFL team that he feels is under the radar.


Guests:

Josh Hermsmeyer is a writer for FiveThirtyEight and the Founder of AirYards.com where he works on all things football analytics. 


Follow him on Twitter @friscojosh


Aaron Schatz launched the football analytics website FootballOutsiders.com in July 2003. He remains editor-in-chief and head statistician for the website as well as the book series “Football Outsiders Almanac”. He also writes for ESPN.com and ESPN The Mag.


Follow him on Twitter @FO_ASchatz


Check out his website https://www.footballoutsiders.com/

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