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Advanced NFL Stats: Must read OL analysis

The results of the analysis were surprising. Most correlations between OL salary and performance were weak or non-significant, but there was an unmistakable pattern to the results. In general, higher total cap dollars allotted to the OL correlated with worse performance, while higher median salaries correlated with better performance.... Higher median salaries correlate with better performance while total salaries correlate with poorer performance... The pattern indicates that a robust offensive line corps is better than having several star linemen interspersed and backed-up by bottom tier linemen... That's why how a line is built appears more important than how much is spent building it....
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