In terms of analytics/machine learning utilization the three major sports look something like this: Baseball >>>> Basketball >>>>>>>>>> Football I think, however, it is time to start evaluating players/coaches using advanced metrics. I have seen all of the claims that "football is different", but I think we're at the point that we should be able to derive actionable intelligence. I know the Browns are analytics heavy (so I guess we should avoid whatever the hell they are doing lol) but are there any up and coming GM's that are using real ML technology to evaluate players? I don't know the answer to that, but what I have in mind is kind of a football outsiders (on steroids) where algorithms are breaking down players movements/tells/breaking ability and play recognition. Anyone else have experience in the ml/analytics field? How do you see this playing out?