The NFL has had its share of problems, but one thing it has consistently done well is track and analyze statistics.
In the last decade alone, the league has recorded 1,632 player arrests and a staggering 3,037 player suspensions.
It also has amassed a massive amount of data on every single player who has played the game, from the players themselves to the referees and coaches, as well as every other player in the league.
But the NFL has a problem: its data.
It’s been notoriously slow, and it has a notoriously bad track record in keeping the numbers up.
There have been several instances in which the league was forced to take action to improve its data collection and analysis.
In 2013, the NFL instituted a voluntary data breach.
In 2014, the Commissioner of the NFL, Roger Goodell, announced he would begin releasing the league’s stats to the public.
But the data is still notoriously incomplete and unreliable.
This year, the commissioner released his annual report, which revealed that the league had a problem with its data for every single NFL player who played the sport.
The league has been working on improving its data to make it more accurate and complete.
But for years, the numbers haven’t changed.
In fact, it’s gotten worse.
In March of this year, league commissioner Roger Goodell told ESPN.com that the NFL was making strides in improving its analytics.
“The last few years we’ve seen some big strides, some big improvements,” he said.
“We’ve just got to keep working on it and improving it.
But we’re in a good place and it’s a good time to talk about what we’ve done and where we’re at.”
We reached out to NFL officials and the league for a response to the data breach, but we have not received a response.
In a statement provided to Ars, the company said:While there have been some notable improvements in recent years, it is important to remember that our data is always evolving and constantly changing.
For example, last year, we implemented a data breach prevention plan that took place over the summer to strengthen the league data.
We also introduced new tools to help players better understand the data we have and what we can do to improve.
As for the future, the football world is not exactly in a rush to change its approach to the game.
With only a few games left before the season ends, teams are preparing for the worst and the worst can only get worse.
The NFL’s data is already falling apart, but the data could get even worse in the future.
This article is part of our coverage of the 2016 NFL season.