Scoreability

Through Week 4 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
18  ↑ 1New England14698916.51
11  ↓ 6Miami12899114.16
3   ∼ Minnesota140211512.19
32  ↓ 1Jacksonville8963128.90
8  ↑ 2Kansas City138910213.62
23  ↓ 5Houston16419018.23
13  ↑ 2Indianapolis149510514.24
7  ↑ 6Detroit161912213.27
12   ∼ Green Bay13649614.21
29  ↓ 3N.Y. Giants13026121.34
15  ↑ 5New Orleans167810815.54
30  ↓ 2N.Y. Jets14656821.54
26  ↓ 1Oakland13527119.04
24  ↓ 3Philadelphia18359918.54
27  ↑ 3Pittsburgh13656919.78
14  ↓ 6San Diego158510814.68
19  ↑ 10San Francisco13257916.77
5  ↑ 2Seattle140910912.93
22   ∼ St. Louis12076917.49
9  ↓ 3Baltimore12709113.96
20  ↓ 4Atlanta15949416.96
1  ↑ 1Denver193217910.79
25  ↓ 2Arizona12816918.57
31  ↑ 1Tampa Bay10994424.98
17  ↓ 8Cincinnati13108116.17
2  ↓ 1Chicago140912711.09
21  ↑ 3Washington15639117.18
10  ↑ 1Carolina9636814.16
4  ↑ 10Tennessee12519812.77
16  ↑ 1Buffalo14008815.91
6  ↓ 2Dallas136410413.12
28  ↓ 1Cleveland12956420.23





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