Although I admit quantifying and grading football plays sabermetric-style is in its embryonic stages, the group at ProFootballFocus.com seems to have done a pretty good job.
For a few minutes, let's just assume that their numbers are in fact accurate.
Five things I noticed (offense only):
*Matt Forte is the worst running back in football.
*Of all safeties playing at least 60% of their team's snaps, the recently benched Kerry Rhodes (NYJ) has actually been the fifth best safety in the league. Perhaps, Rex Ryan's anger is misguided.
*Kevin Boss (NYG) is the best tight end in football by a wiiiide margin. In fact, he is almost 50% better than the next closest tight end. Shockey who?
*OT Nick Kaczur (NE) has played in 750 snaps without being called for a single penalty.
*Bears fans shouldn't blame all their team's struggles on Jay Cutler (and/or Matt Forte). Instead, they should look to their offensive tackles, Orlando Pace and Chris Williams, who rank as the league's two worst at the position.
I really can't get enough of this site. i don't think I can glean any sort of fantasy-related information, but I will continue to try.