The Toolbox: Equivalent Point Values

We discussed EqPts and PPP last week, and I shared the EqPts graph, but it strikes me that there's really no harm in sharing all the equivalent point values for playing along at home.  Here's the graph again.  Point values after the jump.

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YdLine EqPt Value
1 0.742
2 0.797
3 0.806
4 0.827
5 0.842
6 0.853
7 0.866
8 0.877
9 0.899
10 0.908
11 0.910
12 0.914
13 0.932
14 0.942
15 0.951
16 0.991
17 1.062
18 1.141
19 1.176
20 1.179
21 1.186
22 1.188
23 1.192
24 1.233
25 1.243
26 1.270
27 1.306
28 1.350
29 1.407
30 1.446
31 1.489
32 1.514
33 1.550
34 1.566
35 1.579
36 1.608
37 1.629
38 1.643
39 1.711
40 1.746
41 1.756
42 1.794
43 1.835
44 1.839
45 1.916
46 1.942
47 1.979
48 2.008
49 2.067
50 2.095
51 2.168
52 2.219
53 2.271
54 2.286
55 2.341
56 2.377
57 2.413
58 2.477
59 2.580
60 2.620
61 2.712
62 2.815
63 2.880
64 2.924
65 3.061
66 3.088
67 3.150
68 3.226
69 3.301
70 3.334
71 3.409
72 3.491
73 3.572
74 3.645
75 3.706
76 3.782
77 3.826
78 3.842
79 3.887
80 3.898
81 3.976
82 4.031
83 4.065
84 4.134
85 4.253
86 4.280
87 4.313
88 4.340
89 4.382
90 4.411
91 4.457
92 4.576
93 4.752
94 4.854
95 4.993
96 5.201
97 5.394
98 5.484
99 5.625
100 6.963

Just for fun...

  • A five-yard gain from your 1: 0.11 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from your 10: 0.04 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from your 20: 0.06 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from your 30: 0.13 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from your 40: 0.17 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from the 50: 0.25 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from your opponent's 40: 0.44 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from your opponent's 30: 0.37 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from your opponent's 20: 0.36 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from your opponent's 10: 0.54 EqPts
  • A five-yard gain from your opponent's 5: 1.97 EqPts

And no, this is not re-calibrated on a per-year basis.  This is the set of numbers I use for all years.  If we luck out and figure out how to put together more and more seasons of play-by-play data, we'll have decisions to make about calibration.  But for now, this is the data table that has been used for all play-by-play data from 2005-10.

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