Reporter analyzing advanced sports statistics for the Fancy Stats blog
Neil Greenberg is a staff writer with The Washington Post whose beat is sports analytics. His analysis and insight can be found on the Fancy Stats blog, where he covers all pro sports, as well as college football and basketball. He is a member of the Professional Hockey Writers Association and hosts “Crashing the Net” on 106.7 WFAN in Washington, D.C. He prefers to be called a geek rather than a nerd.
Professional Affiliations: Professional Hockey Writers Association, international chapter
There is reason for optimism around Watson — he led the NFL with 24.4 fantasy points per game before his injury — but the injury coupled with the small sample size of games played make this a choice with high risk in addition to high reward.