Scoreability

Through Week 3 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
19  ↑ 5New England10215917.31
5  ↑ 3Miami9587412.95
3  ↑ 1Minnesota10098112.46
31  ↑ 1Jacksonville6912824.68
10  ↓ 3Kansas City9997114.07
18  ↓ 7Houston11657016.64
15  ↑ 7Indianapolis10586815.56
13  ↓ 4Detroit12328215.02
12  ↓ 2Green Bay13649614.21
26  ↓ 11N.Y. Giants10045418.59
20  ↑ 8New Orleans12137017.33
28  ↑ 1N.Y. Jets11355520.64
25  ↑ 2Oakland10545718.49
21  ↓ 8Philadelphia13857917.53
30   ∼ Pittsburgh9314222.17
8  ↓ 3San Diego10797813.83
29  ↓ 3San Francisco9554421.70
7  ↑ 11Seattle11398613.24
22  ↓ 8St. Louis10195817.57
6  ↑ 13Baltimore9257113.03
16   ∼ Atlanta11377116.01
2  ↓ 1Denver146012711.50
23  ↓ 11Arizona9855617.59
32  ↓ 12Tampa Bay8463424.88
9  ↑ 14Cincinnati10447513.92
1  ↑ 5Chicago9929510.44
24  ↓ 3Washington12246718.27
11  ↑ 14Carolina9636814.16
14  ↓ 12Tennessee9296015.48
17   ∼ Buffalo10506516.15
4  ↓ 1Dallas10458312.59
27  ↑ 4Cleveland9594720.40





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