Beyond the Stats: Week 10

Each week I uncover some interesting stats, tidbits and information that you may or may not know about. This week I take a look at team scoring stats, fantasy points allowed by position and your weekly dose of Did You Know? 

Did You Know?

  • Start your quarterbacks against these teams - The Saints, Lions, Ravens, Buccaneers, Chargers, Bears and Jaguars all allow a QB Rating against of 100+ 
  • Surprising penalty stat - Seattle has had only 3 offensive first downs by penalty. The next fewest is 11 by Carolina. The most is Dallas with 30
  • Who needs a kicker? Pittsburgh has the most 2-point conversions with four. 11 teams don't even have one. 
  • Speaking of kickers - Six teams have made 19 field goals, tied for first in the league (TB, BAL, MIN, DEN, NYG, NE).  BAL and OAK have allowed the most made field goals with 21.
  • FanDuel Helper - OAK hosts MIN this week. (see above)
  • Not finding the end zone - Peyton Manning has the most passing yards (2145) without having double-digit touchdown passes (9). 
  • More on Peyton - Manning is the only quarterback with 10+ interceptions that has a winning record
  • No end zone celebration yet - Melvin Gordon has the most rushing yards (413) without a rushing touchdown. 
  • No end zone celebration yet II - Jamison Crowder has the most receiving yards (342) without a receiving touchdown.
  • No end zone celebration yet III - Mohamed Sanu and Davante Adams are the only wide receivers averaging over 11 yards per receptions without a receiving touchdown.
  • No end zone celebration yet IV - Among all running backs, Charles Sims has the highest yards per carry average (4.7) who has not scored a rushing touchdown yet.

Fantasy Points Against (Standard Scoring)

Quarterbacks

  • 220 - NO
  • 175 - BAL
  • 170 - NYG
  • 168 - CLE
  • 162 - SF
  • 157 - OAK, SD, DET
  • 156 - PIT
  • 155 - TB
  • 151 - JAC
  • 147 - HOU
  • 146 - CHI
  • 143 - TEN
  • 142 - IND, MIA
  • 140 - GB
  • 137 - NE
  • 136 - KC, BUF
  • 135 - WAS
  • 129 - PHI, ATL
  • 127 - NYJ
  • 125 - CAR
  • 123 - DAL
  • 121 - CIN
  • 120 - ARI
  • 116 - MIN
  • 113 - SEA
  • 100 - STL
  • 79 - DEN

Running Backs

  • 220 - SD
  • 208 - CLE
  • 195 - SF
  • 193 - ATL
  • 192 - DAL
  • 190 - MIA
  • 186 - NO
  • 181 - IND, DET
  • 180 - NYG
  • 172 - HOU
  • 170 - JAC
  • 161 - OAK
  • 156 - BUF
  • 150 - CAR
  • 149 - WAS
  • 147 - CIN
  • 145 - TB
  • 142 - GB
  • 141 - DEN
  • 138 - STL
  • 135 - BAL
  • 133 - KC
  • 132 - CHI
  • 131 - PIT
  • 120 - MIN, ARI
  • 118 - PHI
  • 113 - TEN, NE
  • 96 - SEA
  • 93 - NYJ

Wide Receivers

  • 256 - KC
  • 253 - BAL
  • 246 - IND
  • 238 - NO
  • 237 - SF
  • 222 - PIT
  • 219 - NYG
  • 216 - CLE
  • 213 - PHI
  • 207 - TB
  • 206 - DET
  • 202 - NYJ
  • 201 - BUF
  • 200 - NE
  • 199 - CHI, MIA
  • 197 - WAS
  • 192 - JAC
  • 189 - OAK, TEN
  • 181 - HOU
  • 174 - SD, GB
  • 173 - ARI
  • 159 - CAR
  • 157 - MIN
  • 153 - CIN
  • 150 - DAL
  • 135 - ATL
  • 120 - STL
  • 104 - DEN
  • 94 - SEA

Tight Ends

  • 115 - NO
  • 101 - OAK
  • 100 - NYG
  • 96 - ATL
  • 95 - PIT
  • 89 - SEA
  • 87 - SD
  • 86 - IND
  • 82 - CLE
  • 78 - TEN
  • 75 - GB
  • 72 - DET
  • 68 - SF
  • 63 - MIN
  • 61 - CAR, TB
  • 59 - HOU
  • 58 - JAC
  • 57 - DEN
  • 56 - MIA
  • 54 - BUF
  • 51 - CIN
  • 49 - NYJ
  • 48 - STL
  • 47 - DAL, NE
  • 45 - WAS
  • 43 - CHI
  • 39 - BAL, ARI
  • 36 - PHI
  • 29 - KC

Turnover Ratios

  • +12 NYG
  • +7 NYJ, NE
  • +6 GB, CAR
  • +5 PHI
  • +4 STL, PIT, CIN
  • +3 KC, DEN, ARI
  • +1 TB, OAK, BUF
  • 0 ATL, MIN
  • -1 SEA, SF, CHI
  • -2 WAS, NO, HOU
  • -4 MIA, CLE
  • -5 SD
  • -6 TEN
  • -7 JAC, IND, BAL
  • -9 DET, DAL

Most Defensive Touchdowns Scored

  • 4 ATL, DEN, NYG
  • 3 ARI, CAR
  • 2 BAL, BUF, DET, IND, JAC, KC, MIA, PHI, SEA, TB
  • 1 CLE, DAL, GB, HOU, MIN, NO, PIT, SD, STL, TEN, WAS
  • 0 CHI, CIN, NE, NYJ, OAK, SF

Most Offensive Touchdowns Scored

  • 32 ARI
  • 31 NE, NO
  • 28 CIN
  • 27 ATL, NYG
  • 26 BUF, CAR
  • 25 OAK
  • 24 GB, IND
  • 23 NYJ, SD
  • 22 MIA, PHI, PIT
  • 21 HOU, KC
  • 20 JAC
  • 19 BAL, CLE, DEN, TEN
  • 18 DET, TB
  • 17 WAS
  • 16 CHI, DAL, MIN, SEA, STL
  • 12 SF

Most Rushing Touchdowns Scored

  • 11 ATL, BUF, NO
  • 10 CIN, KC
  • 9 CAR, NE, PHI, PIT
  • 8 ARI, MIN, NYJ
  • 7 BAL, STL
  • 6 CHI, DAL, MIA, TB
  • 5 DEN, WAS
  • 4 GB, HOU, IND, OAK, SF, TEN
  • 3 NYG, SEA
  • 2 CLE, DET, SD
  • 1 JAC

Most Receiving Touchdowns Scored

  • 22 NE
  • 21 OAK
  • 20 ARI, SD
  • 19 GB, NYG
  • 18 CIN, IND, NO
  • 17 JAC
  • 16 HOU
  • 15 CLE, NYJ
  • 14 CAR, DET, TEN
  • 13 BUF, MIA
  • 12 ATL, PIT
  • 10 BAL, CHI, PHI, TB, WAS
  • 9 DAL, DEN, KC, SEA
  • 8 SF
  • 7 STL
  • 6 MIN

Most Defensive Touchdowns Allowed

  • 4 JAC, TB
  • 3 CHI, DAL, DEN, HOU, SD, WAS
  • 2 BUF, CIN, CLE, SF, STL, TEN
  • 1 ATL, BAL, KC, MIA, NE, NO, NYG, NYJ, OAK, PHI, SEA
  • 0 ARI, CAR, DET, GB, IND, MIN, PIT

Most Total Touchdowns Allowed

  • 32 NO
  • 29 CLE
  • 28 DET, SD, TB
  • 26 HOU, IND, JAC
  • 25 CHI, NYG, SF, TEN
  • 24 MIA
  • 23 ATL, BUF
  • 22 BAL, DAL, WAS
  • 21 KC, OAK
  • 19 PIT
  • 18 CAR, GB, NYJ
  • 17 NE, PHI
  • 16 ARI, DEN
  • 15 CIN
  • 14 MIN, SEA
  • 13 STL

Most Rushing Touchdowns Allowed

  • 14 DET
  • 11 ATL
  • 9 CLE, DAL, IND, SD, SF
  • 8 GB, JAC
  • 7 HOU, MIA, NO, TEN
  • 6 BUF, CAR, DEN, NYG, SEA
  • 5 BAL, MIN, OAK, STL, TB, WAS
  • 4 KC, NE
  • 3 ARI, CIN, PHI, PIT
  • 2 CHI, NYJ

Most Receiving Touchdowns Allowed

  • 24 NO
  • 19 TB
  • 18 CLE
  • 17 CHI, NYG
  • 16 BAL, HOU, IND, KC, MIA, PIT, SD
  • 15 BUF, OAK, TEN
  • 14 DET, JAC, NYJ, SF
  • 13 ARI, PHI, WAS
  • 12 NE
  • 11 ATL, CAR
  • 10 CIN, GB
  • 9 DAL, MIN
  • 7 DEN
  • 6 SEA
  • 5 STL

Rushing Touchdowns Scored By Division

  • 37 NFC South
  • 34 AFC East
  • 28 AFC North
  • 23 NFC East
  • 22 NFC West
  • 21 AFC West
  • 20 NFC North

Receiving Touchdowns Scored By Division

  • 65 AFC South
  • 63 AFC East
  • 59 AFC West
  • 55 AFC North
  • 54 NFC South
  • 49 NFC North
  • 48 NFC East
  • 44 NFC West

 

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