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    Arrow INFO: Total non-passing TDs by NFL team (2012)

    A non-passing TD is any TD scored by running, defense or special teams. Behold...


    Total non-passing TDs by NFL team (2012)

    33 - New England
    28 - Washington

    25 - Carolina
    24 - Houston
    22 - Baltimore
    22 - Seattle

    21 - Chicago
    21 - Minnesota
    21 - New York Giants
    21 - San Francisco
    20 - Denver

    19 - Tennessee
    18 - Miami
    17 - Detroit

    17 - Indianapolis
    17 - New York Jets
    17 - Tampa Bay
    16 - Buffalo

    15 - Cincinnati
    15 - Cleveland
    15 - New Orleans
    14 - Arizona

    14 - Atlanta
    13 - Green Bay

    13 - San Diego
    12 - Dallas
    11 - Philadelphia
    10 - Kansas City
    10 - St. Louis
    9 - Pittsburgh
    6 - Jacksonville
    4 - Oakland

    (Playoff teams are shaded in BLUE. Non-playoff teams are shaded in RED.)


    There appears to be a strong correlation between the number of non-passing TDs scored by a team and their likelihood of making the playoffs.
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    This is awesome. Thanks.

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    Not surprising

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    Brady would have a lot more TD passes if we decided to throw it more instead of run it in the red zone

    Brady and Ridley account for nearly half of those btw
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    I expect there is a strong correlation to scoring lots of points and making the play-offs.

    Is this really news?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Austeezy View Post
    Brady would have a lot more TD passes if we decided to throw it more instead of run it in the red zone

    Brady and Ridley account for nearly half of those btw
    So would every QB.

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    would not have thought new england would lead this list
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    I don't get your point. The passing TD list looks similar

    1 New Orleans 43
    2 Green Bay 40
    3 Denver 37
    4 New England 34
    5 Atlanta 32
    6 Dallas 29
    7 Cincinnati 28
    8 Pittsburgh 27
    Seattle 27
    Tampa Bay 27
    11 NY Giants 26
    San Diego 26
    13 Buffalo 24
    Oakland 24
    Washington 24
    16 Indianapolis 23
    San Francisco 23

    18 Detroit 22
    St. Louis 22
    Baltimore 22
    Houston 22

    22 Chicago 21
    23 Jacksonville 20
    24 Carolina 19
    25 Minnesota 18
    Philadelphia 18
    27 Tennessee 17
    28 Cleveland 16
    29 NY Jets 14
    30 Miami 13
    31 Arizona 11
    32 Kansas City 8
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    Another pathetic stat for Oakland...

    2 rushing TDs for McFadden, 1 for Palmer, and 1 for Pryor. No defensive or ST touchdowns.

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    Detroit had 17 rushing TD's.

    NICE!

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    Holy ****.

    That is crazy. I'd rather see it as a percentage of their total scoring maybe though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC_RaiderFan5 View Post
    Another pathetic stat for Oakland...

    2 rushing TDs for McFadden, 1 for Palmer, and 1 for Pryor. No defensive or ST touchdowns.
    OMFG. I didn't notice that the first time. 4 TDs?

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    Well, 9 out of the top 12 play-off teams scored the most TDs.
    10 out of the top 12 play-off teams scored the most points
    6 out of the top 12 play-off teams scored the most receiving TDs
    8 out of the top 12 play-off teams scored the most other TDs

    What do we really get from this, good teams score points, get touchdowns and go to the play-offs? Well, there's a surprise!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FWBrodie View Post
    OMFG. I didn't notice that the first time. 4 TDs?
    McFadden had 4 TDs in the 6 games he played last year. This year he scored 2 in 12 games, and none after Week 6. Pryor's TD was of course in Week 17.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FWBrodie View Post
    So would every QB.
    Leading the list with 33
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