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2008 NFL Offensive Stats





Detailed 2008 NFL Offensive Stats:

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Offensive Yardage Production:
Offensive yards per play (OYPP) is the best tool to measure an offense's yardage production as opposed to total yards per game:
  1. Saints (6.35)
  2. Broncos (6.29)
  3. Chargers (6.21)
  4. Texans (6.19)
  5. Panthers (6.09)
  6. Cardinals (6.03)
  7. Dolphins (5.89)
  8. Falcons (5.81)
  9. Cowboys (5.81)
  10. Giants (5.74)
  11. Packers (5.74)
  12. Colts (5.62)
  13. Patriots (5.58)
  14. Jets (5.58)
  15. 49ers (5.49)
  16. Vikings (5.45)
  17. Eagles (5.43)
  18. Buccaneers (5.39)
  19. Chiefs (5.37)
  20. Bills (5.32)
  21. Jaguars (5.30)
  22. Titans (5.22)
  23. Redskins (5.18)
  24. Steelers (5.17)
  25. Ravens (5.06)
  26. Lions (4.98)
  27. Raiders (4.95)
  28. Bears (4.92)
  29. Seahawks (4.92)
  30. Rams (4.90)
  31. Browns (4.44)
  32. Bengals (4.21)




Rushing Touchdown Rate:
Rushing touchdown percentage (RTD%) is the best tool to measure an offense's ability to score rushing touchdowns as opposed to using total rushing touchdowns:
  1. Panthers (5.95%)
  2. Saints (5.03%)
  3. Jets (4.74%)
  4. Titans (4.72%)
  5. Cardinals (4.12%)
  6. Falcons (4.11%)
  7. Patriots (4.09%)
  8. Dolphins (4.02%)
  9. Jaguars (3.99%)
  10. Broncos (3.88%)
  11. Giants (3.78%)
  12. Texans (3.70%)
  13. Bills (3.64%)
  14. Colts (3.51%)
  15. Eagles (3.51%)
  16. Steelers (3.48%)
  17. Bears (3.46%)
  18. Ravens (3.38%)
  19. Chargers (3.09%)
  20. Cowboys (2.99%)
  21. Vikings (2.89%)
  22. Buccaneers (2.88%)
  23. Lions (2.84%)
  24. 49ers (2.52%)
  25. Packers (2.52%)
  26. Redskins (2.51%)
  27. Seahawks (2.40%)
  28. Chiefs (2.37%)
  29. Raiders (1.96%)
  30. Rams (1.92%)
  31. Browns (1.47%)
  32. Bengals (1.43%)




Sack Rate:
Sack percentage (SACK%) is the best tool to measure an offensive line's pass protection as opposed to total sacks given up:
  1. Broncos (1.90%)
  2. Saints (2.00%)
  3. Colts (2.34%)
  4. Titans (2.58%)
  5. Eagles (3.66%)
  6. Falcons (3.77%)
  7. Cardinals (4.26%)
  8. Panthers (4.61%)
  9. Browns (4.69%)
  10. Chargers (4.97%)
  11. Dolphins (5.03%)
  12. Bears (5.21%)
  13. Cowboys (5.36%)
  14. Jets (5.37%)
  15. Giants (5.39%)
  16. Buccaneers (5.39%)
  17. Texans (5.45%)
  18. Packers (5.91%)
  19. Chiefs (6.40%)
  20. Redskins (6.93%)
  21. Seahawks (7.06%)
  22. Ravens (7.08%)
  23. Jaguars (7.25%)
  24. Bills (7.35%)
  25. Rams (7.96%)
  26. Patriots (8.25%)
  27. Raiders (8.48%)
  28. Vikings (8.69%)
  29. Steelers (8.83%)
  30. Bengals (9.04%)
  31. Lions (9.27%)
  32. 49ers (9.75%)






Fumble Rate:
Fumble percentage (FUM%) is the best tool to measure an offense's ability to take care of the football when rushing as opposed to total fumbles:
  1. Colts (2.16%)
  2. Panthers (2.18%)
  3. Falcons (2.32%)
  4. Patriots (2.73%)
  5. Bears (2.76%)
  6. Giants (2.79%)
  7. Eagles (2.81%)
  8. Titans (2.95%)
  9. Chargers (3.90%)
  10. Dolphins (3.13%)
  11. Redskins (3.56%)
  12. Seahawks (3.60%)
  13. Ravens (3.72%)
  14. Buccaneers (3.77%)
  15. Saints (3.77%)
  16. Broncos (3.88%)
  17. Browns (3.91%)
  18. Jaguars (3.99%)
  19. Rams (4.08%)
  20. Chiefs (4.22%)
  21. Packers (4.35%)
  22. Vikings (4.43%)
  23. Jets (4.50%)
  24. Steelers (4.57%)
  25. Bengals (5.00%)
  26. Raiders (5.23%)
  27. Texans (5.44%)
  28. Cowboys (5.99%)
  29. Bills (6.15%)
  30. Cardinals (6.47%)
  31. Lions (7.10%)
  32. 49ers (8.31%)




Turnover Rate:
Turnover percentage (TO%) is the best tool to measure an offense's ability to not turn the football over as opposed to total turnovers:
  1. Giants (1.19%)
  2. Dolphins (1.38%)
  3. Colts (1.78%)
  4. Redskins (1.82%)
  5. Titans (1.86%)
  6. Patriots (2.01%)
  7. Ravens (2.05%)
  8. Panthers (2.07%)
  9. Falcons (2.11%)
  10. Packers (2.15%)
  11. Chargers (2.22%)
  12. Jaguars (2.49%)
  13. Saints (2.51%)
  14. Eagles (2.52%)
  15. Bears (2.54%)
  16. Buccaneers (2.57%)
  17. Steelers (2.79%)
  18. Chiefs (2.61%)
  19. Raiders (2.61%)
  20. Bengals (2.79%)
  21. Browns (2.90%)
  22. Broncos (2.98%)
  23. Seahawks (3.03%)
  24. Cardinals (3.09%)
  25. Texans (3.24%)
  26. Jets (3.26%)
  27. Bills (3.27%)
  28. Rams (3.31%)
  29. Cowboys (3.48%)
  30. 49ers (3.86%)
  31. Vikings (3.91%)
  32. Lions (4.53%)




Passing touchdown percentage:
Passing touchdown percentage (TD%) is the best tool to measure quarterbacks' ability to throw touchdowns as opposed to total touchdowns:
  1. Rivers (7.11%)
  2. Romo (5.78%)
  3. Brees (5.35%)
  4. Rodgers (5.22%)
  5. Warner (5.02%)
  6. P. Manning (4.87%)
  7. Wallace (4.55%)
  8. Hill (4.51%)
  9. E. Manning (4.38%)
  10. Thigpen (4.29%)
  11. Favre (4.21%)
  12. Cassel (4.07%)
  13. Cutler (4.06%)
  14. McNabb (4.03%)
  15. Pennington (4.00%)
  16. Frerotte (3.99%)
  17. Schaub (3.95%)
  18. Orton (3.87%)
  19. Ryan (3.69%)
  20. Roethlisberger (3.62%)
  21. Delhomme (3.62%)
  22. Russell (3.53%)
  23. Flacco (3.27%)
  24. Garcia (3.19%)
  25. Anderson (3.18%)
  26. Orlovsky (3.14%)
  27. Edwards (2.94%)
  28. Collins (2.89%)
  29. Garrard (2.80%)
  30. Campbell (2.57%)
  31. Bulger (2.50%)
  32. Fitzpatrick (2.15%)






Interception Rate:
Interception percentage(INT%) is the best tool to measure quarterbacks' interception rate as opposed to total interceptions:
  1. Campbell (1.19%)
  2. Wallace (1.24%)
  3. Pennington (1.47%)
  4. Garcia (1.60%)
  5. Collins (1.69%)
  6. McNabb (1.93%)
  7. E. Manning (2.09%)
  8. Cassel(2.13%)
  9. P. Manning (2.16%)
  10. Russell (2.17%)
  11. Rivers (2.30%)
  12. Warner (2.34%)
  13. Fitzpatrick (2.42%)
  14. Garrard (2.43%)
  15. Rodgers (2.43%)
  16. Ryan (2.53%)
  17. Orton (2.58%)
  18. Schaub (2.63%)
  19. Edwards (2.67%)
  20. Brees (2.68%)
  21. Hill (2.78%)
  22. Flacco (2.80%)
  23. Anderson (2.83%)
  24. Thigpen (2.86%)
  25. Delhomme (2.90%)
  26. Cutler (2.92%)
  27. Bulger (2.95%)
  28. Romo (3.11%)
  29. Orlovsky (3.14%)
  30. Roethlisberger (3.20%)
  31. Favre (4.21%)
  32. Frerotte (4.98%)




Touchdown to Interception Ratio:
Touchdown to Interception ratio is the best way to measure a quarterbacks´┐Ż rate of throwing touchdowns to interceptions as opposed to looking just at total touchdowns and total interceptions:
  1. Wallace (3.67)
  2. Rivers (3.09)
  3. McNabb (2.91)
  4. Pennington (2.71)
  5. P. Manning (2.25)
  6. Campbell (2.17)
  7. Rodgers (2.15)
  8. Warner(2.14)
  9. E. Manning (2.10)
  10. Brees (2.00)
  11. Garcia (2.00)
  12. Cassel (1.91)
  13. Romo (1.86)
  14. Collins (1.71%)
  15. Hill (1.63)
  16. Russell (1.63)
  17. Garrard (1.54)
  18. Thigpen (1.50)
  19. Schaub (1.50)
  20. Orton (1.50)
  21. Ryan (1.45)
  22. Cutler (1.39)
  23. Delhomme (1.25)
  24. Flacco (1.17)
  25. Roethlisberger (1.13)
  26. Anderson (1.13)
  27. Edwards (1.10)
  28. Orlovsky (1.00)
  29. Favre (1.00)
  30. Fitzpatrick (0.89)
  31. Bulger (0.85)
  32. Frerotte (0.80)




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