NFL fans who aren’t familiar with the new, revamped analytics tools may not know they exist yet.
The analytics tools are called “play-action” and “quarterback runs” and they allow teams to watch specific plays from the opponent’s playbook and analyze the play-action passing, running and passing game.
The play-actions are basically plays that the quarterback is asked to run, and they are essentially plays where the offense doesn’t run a specific play, but rather is asked for the same play twice.
They are called plays that are designed to be played on the run, pass and pass rush and the run game.
The analytics tools have been a boon to teams, who can use them to understand where they are on the field and determine how to attack the opponent.
The “pass” play, for example, will be analyzed to see how much time the defense has on the ball and the play’s success rate.
And “run” plays will be broken down to see where the quarterback was given time to throw the ball or where he was given an opportunity to run the ball, depending on the play.
The analysis tools allow teams with a good understanding of their opponent’s tendencies to play more aggressively and better against them.
Teams that use them are more likely to win games than teams that don’t.
The Packers won their first six games in which they used play-Action, and that includes a playoff game against the Eagles in 2012.
The New York Giants, meanwhile, won the last two playoff games they used the analytics tools in.
The Packers, by the way, lost that playoff game to the Giants because they didn’t use them against the Bears.
The new play-ACTION metrics have allowed teams to better understand the tendencies of their opponents.
But they also have given the Packers and Giants access to information that the other teams can’t get.
The Giants can now analyze every play that the Packers have used, and the Packers can analyze every run they have run.
They can also compare the efficiency of the plays, and how efficient those plays were in comparison to other plays.
The New York Times first reported that the analytics tool has been in the works since early this year.
The NFL has been using play- action in some form or another since 2006.
The league said in an official statement that the tool has the same capabilities as the old pass-interference metrics.
But it added that it was “unaware of any recent research suggesting the use of the play action metrics as a method of measuring player effectiveness has been effective in identifying offensive play-callers or offensive coordinators.”
The Giants, for their part, said in a statement that they were not aware of any studies or studies demonstrating that the use a play action metric as a tool of comparison with other plays has been an effective method for identifying offensive coordinates or offensive line coaches.
In a league where the game is so fast-paced, it is hard to keep up with every play and every play type, it said.
It’s also hard to evaluate play-acting plays based on other metrics.
For example, if the Giants used play action against the Seahawks on Sunday, they would have analyzed the play against the 49ers and the Cardinals and found out the 49er defensive end had an 80 percent success rate on the pass play.
If the Giants had used the play in the first half, they might have found out that the 49-yard gain on the first play of the half was not a play that they wanted to be called.
The Giants and Packers did not immediately respond to requests for comment.