Originally Posted by perrykemp
More people are using their data. The media is routinely quoting their detailed data. More folks like us are subscribing to the data.
What this means is their subscription base is going up and therefore their revenues. It also means that is highly likely that with that additional revenue stream that are trying to improve the product.
I think they are getting better. It also think its from perfect. I'm at the point I'm not willing to throw all what PFF says in all instances like some on this board tend to do.
I also notice then when the PFF stats indicate that a Cowboy is playing well or ranks high, we hear very little grumbling.... funny how that is.
They've come a long way. And I've been a subscriber for years. Their raw statistics are fantastic. But their formulas (and their purely subjective stats) are almost worthless.