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Can Seattle Actually Repeat a Superbowl Championship? »

Seattle's odds have dropped from 5-1 to now 4-1 they are still the favorite to win this year. The last 8 champs didn't even win a playoff game the following year. The last 4 quarterbacks to repeat were Brady, Elway, Aikman, and Montana. Is Russell Wilson good enough to belong in that class of quarterbacks? How good is this defense?

Noah Maney
by: Noah Maney
views: 89
Score: 15

Which State Produces the Most FBS and NFL Quarterbacks? »

There's something they're feeding these boys. The success that these states have had with producing football stars is compelling. The three states that have the most combined starting quarterbacks in college and in the NFL are Texas, California, and Florida.

Noah Maney
by: Noah Maney
views: 95
Score: 13

How Accurate is the NFL Draft? »

Based off of the 2012-2014 pro bowls, these are the numbers of where each player was drafted and who played in the game (180 players). No surprise by the first round, but a shocking 12% of the pro bowl players weren't even drafted out of college. Even more surprising is that 37% of the players were in rounds 3-7.

Noah Maney
by: Noah Maney
views: 56
Score: 11

Cowboys and Chargers Climbing the Ladder »

The 'boys and Chargers have been making an impressive increase on the ESPN Power Rankings this year. Are the Cowboys and Chargers hot on their 5 game winning streak? Or are we looking at a couple football programs who have finally got things to click? (Note: The lower number on the graph means a better ranking)

Noah Maney
by: Noah Maney
views: 195
Score: 11

Peyton Manning's TD Record Breaking Pace »

Peyton Manning is on pace to crush Brett Favre's touchdown record. By the end of the season Peyton should have about 46 more touchdowns than Favre's career and Manning still has a couple more years under his belt. Dan Marino is 3rd with only a mere 420 touchdowns thrown.

Noah Maney
by: Noah Maney
views: 146
Score: 11

Ignored Issues »

Really? What's more important? Because it isn't as though human trafficking and child slavery aren't real issues.

Zero Atolia
by: Zero Atolia
views: 80
Score: 11

The Last Time Each College Football Team Was Ranked No. 1 »

Not every school gets the glory of the No. 1 ranking. Only 44 teams have ever been ranked at the top spot, and of those teams--some of the best organizations in the country look to be in a bit of a drought. From @RedditCFB on Twitter.

Noah Maney
by: Noah Maney
views: 313
Score: 9

U.S. Pet Ownership Break Down (2012) »

This data shows why the saying goes "man's best friend," not "man's best friends."

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 49
Score: 7

United States of Genocide: Legacy of Christopher Columbus »

The biggest genocide in history occurred right here on American soil, but is only a few pages in our history books. Natives were systematically wiped out through warfare, starvation, and diseases such as smallpox and measles, which are thought to have killed between 75% and 90% of the population.

Madinah Noorai
by: Madinah Noorai
views: 96
Score: 6

The Long Term Victory Of Pro-Life »

Abortion is on the decline in the United States, and it has been for a while. Since 1991, the number of reported abortions in America has fallen by nearly a third, a decrease of about 500,000.

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 9
Score: 5

Just How Corrupt Is the U.S.? »

#19 out of 177 countries ranked isn't too shabby. I wonder just what lengths we would go to for a #1 ranking if this were something we cared about, like sports. Maybe we'd cheat in order to get there. ;)

Noah Blumenthal
by: Noah Blumenthal
views: 54
Score: 5

Pakistanis Agree with Nobel Peace Prize Winner #Malala »

Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, has painted the face for equal education for girls in Pakistan after being shot for going to school. Even better news? Pakistanis agree. Although the country has suffered at the hands of the Taliban, Pakistanis still want equal education for both boys and girls.

Madinah Noorai
by: Madinah Noorai
views: 106
Score: 5

Defeating Homelessness »

From 2005 to 2013 there has been an overall decline in the number of homeless people. With around a decline of 150,000 people in the homeless population. With overcrowding in shelters and a significant number of veterans on the street, what policies could be put in place to place more people in stable living situations?

Alejandro Esquino Gomez
by: Alejandro Esquino Gomez
views: 16
Score: 4

Fast Food, Frequent Visits »

The United States certainly loves its fast food. Over half of all Americans frequent a fast food restaurant at least twice a week.

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 15
Score: 4

Why You're Looking at the Gender Wage Gap Wrong Part 4 »

A statistical analysis done by CONSAD and commissioned by the Department of Labor demonstrates the wage gap is not all it seems to be, and when adjusting for individual choices its much more even. The study even concludes that further research on more factors could find the gap in wages is due entirely to personal choice.

Dustin M.
by: Dustin M.
views: 60
Score: 4

Can DeMarco Murray Keep Up This Workload? »

DeMarco Murray is off to a blazing start this season with 6 straight 100 yard games, leading the NFL in rushing yards and touchdowns. However, the Cowboys need to be careful. He is on pace to break the single season record for rush attempts. Murray has yet to play a full 16 game season and has a long injury history.

Kamil Skwarek
by: Kamil Skwarek
views: 112
Score: 4

Are The Big-Name Schools Worth The Price Tag? »

As it turns out, despite the money that a student has to put into an education, these schools are generally well-known for a reason. Although they may not always be the best, there is no disputing the earnings potential of the graduates of these schools.

Noah Blumenthal
by: Noah Blumenthal
views: 452
Score: 4

The Rise Of Part Time »

Over the last two decades, part time employment has become progressively more popular, increasing by nearly eight million workers.

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 7
Score: 3

MLB's Pace of Play Problem »

Many factors are contributing to long games such as the increased use of the bullpen and instant replay. In September, MLB commissioner Bud Selig created a committee to focus on decreasing the length of games and improving the overall pace of play. What are your suggestions to speed up the game?

Kamil Skwarek
by: Kamil Skwarek
views: 108
Score: 3

Why You're Looking at the Gender Wage Gap Wrong Part 3 »

When it comes to family matters, women are much more likely to take the hit at work in order to take care of it. Clearly part of this is because women are more likely to be considered the caregiver and are expected to make those sacrifices, but we should not discount personal choice. For the final part: savvyroo.com/chart-1210475119…

Dustin M.
by: Dustin M.
views: 81
Score: 3

Employment, Freedom, and Depression »

There are two factors that seem to impact depression. The first is whether or not a person is employed. The second is the freedom that they feel in that position. People who are working the amount of hours that they want to be working or who get to make their own rules tend to be happier than those who don't.

Alejandro Esquino Gomez
by: Alejandro Esquino Gomez
views: 24
Score: 3

Poverty Reduction in Bolivia Since 2005 »

Poverty Reduced by 25 Percent, Extreme Poverty Reduced by 43 Percent: Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in South America, but poverty has been on a downward trend in recent years after stagnating at a very high level for almost a decade.

CEPR
by: CEPR
views: 144
Score: 3

#OccupyEducation: Higher Student Debt, Lower Quality of Life »

Quality of life in terms of financial and physical well-being is drastically different for college grads who walked away with no debt, compared to grads with > $50,000 in student loans. The Gallup Well-Being Index measures these elements plus purpose, social, and community. Although high student debt may not necessarily cause lower well-being, this apparent trend needs to be reversed.

Kathleen Reynolds
by: Kathleen Reynolds
views: 50
Score: 3

Women Watching Porn »

I feel this information goes along with what most people would believe. That is, vastly more men than women watch porn. This lends large credence to the argument that pornography is, in large part, the exploitation of women for a mostly male audience.

Alejandro Esquino Gomez
by: Alejandro Esquino Gomez
views: 142
Score: 3

Doctors of Death »

Deaths resulting from preventable medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the United States. Further, the number of deaths from medical errors in the chart is the lower part of the estimate. A report from the Journal of Patient Safety put the number as high as 440,000 each year.

Alejandro Esquino Gomez
by: Alejandro Esquino Gomez
views: 69
Score: 3

Every Major NFL Record Peyton Manning Holds »

People just can't stop talking about Peyton and for good reason too. With a resume like this, Peyton Manning might as well run for president after he retires from the game of football.

Noah Maney
by: Noah Maney
views: 4
Score: 2

Embracing Capitalism »

With the launch of the e-commerce company Alibaba Group in the American market, the U.S. saw a Chinese company have the highest valued IPO release in history. The company launched in American markets due to Chinese restriction on corporate structure. I wonder in what way the American market is more lax than the Chinese.

Alejandro Esquino Gomez
by: Alejandro Esquino Gomez
views: 13
Score: 2

Relaxing with drugs »

Overall, it seems that women tend to take more mood altering drugs in order to relax. Note, this survey includes people who use both legal and illegal drugs in both legal and illegal ways. Also notably, drug use spikes in the wake of a separation or divorce and does so most notably in women. Are women more invested in close-relationships?

Alejandro Esquino Gomez
by: Alejandro Esquino Gomez
views: 21
Score: 2

What Just Happened to Netflix's Stock? »

After investors learned that subscriber growth didn't hit targets for the quarter, Netflix stock plunged losing about 20% of its value.

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 48
Score: 2

Don't sell $750 Million at once -- it drives down the price »

A single seller caused a 9 point drop in the S&P 500 index by selling too much stock at once. This move ate up all the buyers, causing stock prices to tumble. A better strategy would be to space out large sells over the course of hours, days or weeks, certainly not all in one second.

Stephen Ostermiller
by: Stephen Ostermiller
views: 44
Score: 2

My Stadium is bigger! »

NFL stadiums today are getting bigger and better. Which stadiums are the biggest, and which are the smallest?

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 17
Score: 2

The Price of Happiness »

It looks like money can buy happiness for some people. Making above $36,000 makes it almost half as likely that you will be depressed. With more money you are able to acquire the resources that you or your family needs. Is an inability to acquire necessary resources a sufficient cause for depression?

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 39
Score: 2

Is Snapchat More Popular than Twitter? »

Millennials have downloaded Snapchat, that self-destructing photo/video messaging app, more than Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. While this doesn't indicate how much Millennials actually use each app, it does, according to Statista, "indicate that Snapchat's reach among young adults is remarkably high, especially when compared to a multi-billion dollar company such as Twitter."

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 23
Score: 2

Tom Brady's Super Bowl kryptonite »

Tom Brady is known as one of the greatest quarterbacks to currently play the game. He is a great quarterback in the Super Bowl also, as long as he's not playing against the giants

James Gaither
by: James Gaither
views: 29
Score: 2

Worst Super Bowl blowouts »

We all love it when our favorite team blows out their opponent. However, in a Super Bowl, it gets boring for everyone watching. These games were some of the boring blowouts

James Gaither
by: James Gaither
views: 28
Score: 2

Which NFL teams are the most consistent? »

Consistency is the key. That's what almost all NFL coaches say. Well these five NFL teams have been consistently winning in the 2000's. Is it a big surprise the the Patriots are #1?

James Gaither
by: James Gaither
views: 25
Score: 2
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