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Yards per Touchdown - revisited

Last year, I posted a look at how many yards of offense each team needed to score an offensive touchdown.  This does not include special teams touchdowns or defensive touchdowns.  Basically, the fewer yards per touchdown, the more efficient the offense is at scoring touchdowns versus not scoring or settling for field goals.  The best teams have a YPT of close to 100, and the worse teams have over 200.

 

So how did the Bronco's rate?

The Broncos last week had of YTP of 310.

The Raiders YTP was 144.

 

Some other teams, for comparison:

Eagles: 136

Rams: 356

 

Bills: 91

Chiefs: 231

 

Colts:  236

Texans: 128

 

Cin:  98

Cle: 142

 

NO:  159

GB: 80

 

Bal: 96

Pit:  312

 

Interesting?

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