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Announcing: Premium Stats 2.0 and updates to PFF grades

PFF continuously strives to improve our data and processes.
Our goal is to deliver the most accurate and comprehensive analysis of football player performance anywhere.
We continue to implement new data points and technologies that drive us further towards our goal, and improve your experience as a subscriber.
Fumble grade: Splitting out fumbling so that ball security is displayed independently and not artificially depressing or inflating a player’s receiving, rushing or passing facet grades.
Team grades: Instead of just having a grade for a player in a specific category, we also have them for teams on the same 0-100 scale.
0-100 grades are now situational: In the original Premium Stats, grades existed in certain situations that never made the jump to the 0-100 scale available in Player Grades.
Work from our analytics team this offseason has given us a better understanding of how to accurately weigh the various factors that go into the grades.
How important aspects of play are to the success of plays and winning games are factored in more than the past.
Fantasy As always, Premium 2.0 will be a powerful tool for the fantasy player as well as regular football fan.
Slick new design ☑️ Better navigation and faster performance ☑️ Preseason grades and stats by game ☑️ 10+ years of historical grades and stats for active and retired players ☑️ PFF #PremiumStats 2.0 is here.

Premium Stats Version 2

PFF continuously strives to improve our data and processes. Our goal is to deliver the most accurate and comprehensive analysis of football player performance anywhere. We continue to implement new data points and technologies that drive us further towards our goal, and improve your experience as a subscriber. This year, we are launching the most significant changes to our grade methodology since switching to the 0-100 scale. With the release of Premium 2.0, now is a good time to explain some of the changes as well as the reasoning behind them.

New features

PFF’s grades have always been broken down by facet – receiving, blocking, pass-rushing etc. – but we have expanded those facets to include some new categories that previously muddied the waters.

  • Fumble grade: Splitting out fumbling so that ball security is displayed independently and not artificially depressing or inflating a player’s receiving, rushing or passing facet grades.
  • Drop grade: Splitting out drops so that you can differentiate a receiver’s hands and his overall production.
  • Tackle grade: Splitting out tackling performance so that it acts independently of his play in coverage or against the run.
  • Special teams grades: Our unrivalled special teams grades have now made the transition to the 0-100 scale. This facet includes a field goal grade, a kickoff grade, a punt grade, a kick return grade, a punt return grade and a special teams grade for all aspects of special teams that don’t including kicking or returning.
  • Team grades: Instead of just having a grade for a player in a specific category, we also have them for teams on the same 0-100 scale.
  • Preseason grades: For the first time, preseason grades are available on our 0-100 scale, giving you unique insight into the preseason performance of every player that steps foot onto the…

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