By Andy StaplesThe NFL has long used statistical metrics to help predict which teams will make it to the Super Bowl.
But this year, the league has taken a much more aggressive approach.
The league has been trying to create a metric that measures how well a team plays its own games, and it’s been a success.
But the league is now taking a step in the right direction.
The NFL’s “scoreboard” of statistics, created by the league’s research and development department, is designed to be as comprehensive as possible, allowing teams to compare teams across multiple seasons.
The goal is to get a better picture of how each team is doing, so teams can prepare for the next season better.
It’s one of the most complex and expensive programs in sports, and a big challenge to maintain and improve.
But the league sees the scoreboard as a valuable tool that can help predict success in the league.
And the league wants to make sure that it has a meaningful metric that can be used in the future.
The league wants the scorecard to help teams make more informed decisions.
The scores are calculated in the same way as other statistics, but the scoring system is much more comprehensive.
It uses a scoring system that has been developed by STATS LLC, a company that specializes in sports analytics.
STATS uses a model that can measure both offensive and defensive play, as well as the quality of the game played.
The score system is a unique approach to measuring performance, as it doesn’t require teams to put together an entire game plan.
Instead, it relies on a combination of film review and statistical analysis to identify the individual elements that matter most to a team’s success.
The system then combines those elements to determine how each play or play type should be graded based on the individual factors.
The scoring system also uses the most objective metrics, such as turnovers, rushing yards and yards per carry.
And it looks at each game from a team standpoint, using a formula that takes into account factors such as the number of players on the field and how many possessions each team has played.
It also takes into consideration a team-by-team look at the game.
In short, the scoring is designed for the average team to get the most out of its game, not the most extreme.
The process of scoring each game has been a long one.
The NFL and STATS have been trying for years to develop a scoring model that would make the scoring of each game as objective as possible.
The last time the league tried to come up with a system was in 2010.
In 2011, the NFL used a system that scored each game by taking into account the quality and efficiency of the play, the number and quality of players present and the number on offense and defense.
In the last few years, the model has been refined, as the league updated its scoring formula to take into account how many plays each team plays and how often each team scores.
The updated scoring formula is now called the “scorecard,” and it includes all of the elements mentioned above, including turnovers, passing yards and rushing yards.
In addition to that, the score card is based on two additional elements: defensive scoring and the total number of sacks.
The scorecard has a rating of zero if the defense has no sacks.
It has a value of 100 if the total defense has 20 sacks or more.
The idea behind the scoring model is that teams should be able to look at a team and see which teams have the most opportunities to score points, so they can better prepare for games.
But because it’s an evaluation system, it has no hard-and-fast formulas that can give teams a numerical score.
That leaves a lot of room for error.
For example, some teams may have better chances to score when they play the best defense and have the least amount of sacks because of how many turnovers they have or because they’re more efficient in their passing game.
So the league will adjust the score for those teams based on how well they play in those areas.
The new scoring system does allow for some flexibility in how teams score.
If a team scores 10.5 points, for example, that would be an adjustment that would allow teams to score more than 10 points based on individual factors, but it would not necessarily make the scores more accurate.
In the future, the formula may be updated to make that adjustment.
The system will also allow teams that are on the losing side of a game to be penalized based on what they could have done better.
That could be if the team is giving up too many field goals or rushing for too many yards.
The overall goal is that this system will help teams get better at football, and that will help the league as a whole.
“It’s really important for teams to have a scoring metric that will be useful and useful to the league,” ESPN’s Adam Schefter told Bleacher Sports.
“It’s important for the teams that win to be able measure their performance and then put that into their next game plan