radar360: Week 17 Disruptors

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*All data within Sportradar’s weekly Disruptors series was compiled by utilizing our sports intelligence tool, radar360. The tool allows us to easily compile reports that combine traditional stats like sacks with subjective stats like knock downs and hurries to produce a total pressures metric. This metric allows us to provide analysis on which players and teams are the most disruptive each week.

The Detroit Lions’ Kerry Hyder was the most disruptive defender for the final week of the NFL season. Hyder was unable to bring down the Aaron Rodgers for a sack, but he did cause 6 hurried passes and 1 knock down.

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Radar360 Week 17 NFL Preview

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The insights featured in this post are provided by Sportradar’s NFL Data Research team and our NFL analytics tool, radar360. This NFL analytics tool enables powerful query capabilities and split-second access into rich NFL data sets. With radar360, engaging NFL metrics are at your fingertips with custom report building and an easy-to-use interface. Contact Sportradar’s sales team today to learn more.

 

NFL Week 17 Matchups: Need-To-Know Data

Green Bay (9-6) @ Detroit (9-6)

  • Since the NFL’s divisional realignment in 2002, the Packers have won the NFC North eight times, while Detroit is yet to win the North. The Bears and Vikings have each won the NFC North on three occasions.
  • Green Bay enters the game riding a five-game winning streak, during which Aaron Rodgers has a league leading 119.9 passer rating and 11 touchdowns to zero interceptions.
  • Detroit’s Golden Tate ranks second among all NFL WRs in Yards After Catch with 579 on the year. Only Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry has more (585).
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The Best Is Yet To Come

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Sportradar made waves in sports content, data and technology this year.

While it’s fun to take stock of what was accomplished in 2016, it is even more energizing to think about our future plans.

What can you expect in 2017? In a word … products! Our goal is to rewrite the digital playbook and provide you with an array of options that will allow you differentiate your business from the rest of the market.

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18 New Sports APIs

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New API Products Featuring Over 18 Sports

Sportradar is pleased to announce the availability of an API series designed to complement and expand your coverage of sports. These sports are ideal to position alongside other top tier sports already in use or as standalone products to provide a specific focus to a target audience. 

Covering approximately 500 tournaments, the following sports are available to trial and purchase, effective immediately:

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radar360: Week 16 Disruptors

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*All data within Sportradar’s weekly Disruptors series was compiled by utilizing our sports intelligence tool, radar360. The tool allows us to easily compile reports that combine traditional stats like sacks with subjective stats like knock downs and hurries to produce a total pressures metric. This metric allows us to provide analysis on which players and teams are the most disruptive each week.

Looking at sack totals alone would completely diminish the impact of this week’s leading Disruptors. The Eagles’ Brandon Graham totaled 4 knock downs and 5 hurries, but was held without a sack in the Week 16 win over the Giants. Likewise, Dee Ford notched 3 knock downs, 5 hurries and 0 sacks as the Chiefs’ ended the Broncos playoff hopes.

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New Basketball API Product

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Introducing Global Basketball API

This new offering from Sportradar provides basketball data from over 150 tournaments around the world and also includes the following features:

  • Translations for 45+ languages
  • Match Probabilities
  • Consistent Look and Feel with Sportradar’s API Structure
  • Live Standings
  • Real-Time Timelines of Key Events for Every Live Match
  • .XML or .JSON Formats
  • Team and Player Profiles
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Radar360: Week 15 Disruptors

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*All data within Sportradar’s weekly Disruptors series was compiled by utilizing our sports intelligence tool, radar360. The tool allows us to easily compile reports that combine traditional stats like sacks with subjective stats like knock downs and hurries to produce a total pressures metric. This metric allows us to provide analysis on which players and teams are the most disruptive each week.

Two players had more than 5 pressures in Week 15 and both are veterans to the Disruptor leaderboard. Geno Atkins provided pressure up the middle with a total of 8 quarterback hurries and 10 total pressures, while Khalil Mack was a thorn in Phillip Rivers’ side with 7 total pressures from the edge.

While Aaron Donald and the Eagles’ Brandon Graham were the most disruptive players for the first half of the 2016 season, the second half has been dominated by the Giants’ free agent pickup Olivier Vernon with 30 total pressures since Week 9. Following Vernon is Geno Atkins (28), Khalil Mack (27), and Cameron Wake(25).

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