Scoreability

Through Week 2 of the 2013 Regular Season

About the Scoreability Index. Think of Scoreability as a way to quantify how well teams play in “situational football.” The Scoreability Index measures the team-wide ability to each team to turn yards into points. It is not merely an offensive indicator! It takes into account a variety of factors, including proficiency of defense and special teams, field position, red zone offense, and turnover differential, and then spits it all out in an easy-to-understand number. Teams that rank highly in Scoreability are typically smart, efficient, well-coached teams.

Scoreability = Offensive Yards/Total Points Scored = Yards Per Point Scored (YPPS). The lower the number, the more efficiently a team scores points.

 

RankTeamYdsPtsSCOR
24  ↑ 1New England6633618.42
8  ↓ 3Miami6734714.32
4  ↑ 7Minnesota6805412.59
32   ∼ Jacksonville4261138.73
7  ↓ 3Kansas City6054513.44
11  ↑ 5Houston9016114.77
22  ↓ 16Indianapolis7224117.61
9  ↑ 4Detroit7915514.38
10  ↑ 1Green Bay9656614.62
15  ↑ 5N.Y. Giants8545415.81
28  ↓ 4New Orleans7903920.26
29  ↓ 6N.Y. Jets6222822.21
27  ↑ 1Oakland7123619.78
13  ↓ 6Philadelphia9546315.14
30  ↓ 4Pittsburgh4721924.84
5  ↓ 3San Diego8026113.15
26  ↓ 9San Francisco7013718.95
18  ↑ 12Seattle6604116.10
14  ↓ 5St. Louis7875115.43
19  ↓ 1Baltimore6894116.80
16  ↑ 11Atlanta7604815.83
1  ↑ 2Denver9249010.27
12  ↑ 10Arizona7384915.06
20  ↓ 1Tampa Bay5233116.87
23  ↓ 2Cincinnati7474118.22
6  ↑ 2Chicago7345513.35
21  ↓ 7Washington8044717.11
25  ↑ 6Carolina5613018.70
2  ↑ 13Tennessee4774011.93
17  ↓ 7Buffalo7224516.04
3  ↓ 2Dallas6495212.48
31  ↓ 2Cleveland5501634.38





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