How to make the most of the new, more interactive NFL stats page

What do the new stats page and the new interactive stats section look like?

We’ve got you covered.

The updated stats page, which is part of the league’s 2017-18 calendar of events, offers an array of tools and information to help fans follow along.

It’s the first time a league event calendar has been redesigned in five years.

It includes:● The 2017-19 season schedule, including preseason games, preseason opponents, regular season opponents and playoffs● The top 10 most-watched and most-anticipated games of the season, including all of the games televised during the preseason and postseason.

It also includes the “Risk Analysis” section, which looks at how the league handles player injuries and offers up predictions on who might be the next big name in the league.

The new stats section also includes an extensive player breakdown that breaks down how the players in each position perform, and a “Matchup and Pass Protection” section that offers a detailed breakdown on the top defenses and the most pass-happy offenses.

It also includes new stats like “Opponent Net Passing Yards” and “Opponents Net Receiving Yards.”

The new interactive section is also a much-needed addition, and is a major step toward improving how fans can use the site, which has been a thorn in the side of NFL teams and owners for years.

We asked Jason La Canfora, senior VP of analytics at CBS Sports, to give us a rundown of how it’s coming along.

Here are some of the highlights:•The “Risky” section is what makes it different from the previous page.

This section was introduced in 2016, and it was built with the goal of helping fans find out what to expect from each team on a given night, including when to expect it to happen, and when to be prepared for it.

It can tell you what each team is doing that night, how many plays have been run by each team, how much time each team has been out of the game and who is likely to score.•The new “Play Type” section offers a comprehensive overview of each team’s plays, which will help you better understand how each team plays, including how they stack up against the competition.•”Matchup Analysis” provides a detailed look at each team and provides a preview of each opponent’s tendencies in each matchup.

It looks at who’s in the game, how well they’re performing and how their opponents are doing.

It even offers up a “Play Preview” section to give you an idea of how your favorite team is playing against whom.

The stats section has been revamped because of the way it’s been used, and also because of how teams have responded to it.

Teams are starting to change their plays more frequently now, and players are finding ways to adjust and get more involved in their game.

There’s more to learn about each team in the offseason, and teams are trying to find ways to maximize their chances of making the playoffs.

This is part one of a two-part series on how the new statistics page has changed the way fans use the NFL.

We will continue to cover the revamped page throughout the season.

The NFL will be releasing its 2017-2018 calendar of event events on Tuesday, Oct. 10.

Here’s a look at what we know so far.

What we know about the revamped stats page:•This is a big one.

The updated stats section will be the first of its kind in five seasons.

The league is expected to unveil it later this month.

The revamped stats section is part to the new calendar of the NFL calendar, which includes all of its events in a one-page format.•In 2017, the league had a similar calendar with a variety of events including the NFL All-Star Game, the Super Bowl, the NBA All-Stars Game and the NFL Kickoff.

But it had a hard time getting it right, with some events not getting their due.

In 2017, there were about 50 events in the calendar, with the league putting more emphasis on the college and pro bowl than the regular season.

The calendar will be a lot less linear.

This calendar is expected and will help teams and players understand the pace of play in a particular game, the number of plays a team has and how many pass attempts are required for a pass.

The new stats will help fans better understand the league and how to watch and react to each game.•With this new calendar, the NFL will take some of what was done with the All-22 Coaches Film into the analytics section.

The old calendar of that feature was designed for teams to watch the game on film and watch game tape on the site.

This will allow teams to make more detailed evaluations on the game with more data than ever before.

The changes to the calendar are a step in the right direction, but there are still a lot of changes to come.

The changes to some events and the calendar of some events aren’t finished yet, so some events