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Total Offense and Total Defense
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The NFL, Chiefs, and Bills Blogs will be updated as new developments occur so Check back often during the off sesaon.
1/28/2015 - New -
Points vs Yards Ranking Page
2014 Points scored/allowed Rankings, Plus Yards gained/ allowed Ranking, and PFR.com Rankings, and the average ranking forall 3 methods. All on one page.
1/20/2015 - PFR.com Total Score Team Rankings are in, with an archive going back to 2004. How did the ranked teams do?
1/17/2015 - Final 2014 regular season
PFR Team Rankings.
Offense & Defense Points vs Yards vs PFR Rankings & the Average Ranking of all three methods.
Plus The PFR Total Score Ranking.
True Total Offense
and Defense system.
Click here for an explanation
how it works, with examples.
Will the total Scores
pick a winner?
An interesting way to
look at the numbers.
NFL and Team Blogs
Do you like to talk about your favorite team, or the NFL. If you do then this is the place. You can have your own Team Blog Page. It's free, or you can contribute to the NFL Blog. Just contact us at PFR.com for details. Click here for contact form.
Slideshows of some
cool cars from car shows.
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Total Offense and Total Defense only!
If you are looking for pro football rankings you will find them here
with this NFL total offense and total defense analytic web site.
You will find five different methods to rank all NFL teams on
offense, defense, and total team offense and defense.
Each is updated every week during the regular season
with a final report after the season!
Total Offense and Total Defense Ranking for all thirty two NFL
teams using PFR.com's True Total Offense and True Total Defense
Pro Football Ranking method.
For end of the season PFR.com Ranking vs The Traditional Total Offense\Defense (Yards Gained\Allowed) Ranking vs Points Scored\Allowed Ranking click on this link.
Pro Football Team Ranking from past seasons.
2004 to last season including statistics for all teams by division.
The PFR.com Ranking Method compared to Points Scored\Allowed Rankings and Yards Gained\Allowed Rankings plus an average ranking of all three methods. This gives you four different ways to rank your teams offense or defense, all on one page!
Points scored/allowed are points actually scored by the offense or points actually allowed by the defense. This is the only place on the web that has this kind of rankings.
Total team points such as special team points, interceptions and fumbles returned for touch downs, and PAT's are not included.
There is an archive section going back to 2004.
Total Score is the sum of the PFR.com offense and defense ranking scores. This is the fifth ranking method on this web site. This method
gives an over all Team Score and Team Ranking.
Included during the playoffs is the Playoff Seed and how the teams did in the playoff's. There is an archive section going back to the 2004 season.
Weekly statistics for each NFL division this season, including all fifteen offense and all fifteen defense statistics for each team, by NFL division.
The weekly NFL schedule including game match up statistics. Here you will see all Offense and Defense statistics for both teams in each game for easy comparisons.
Also included here is the season long weekly Score Card. You can see at a glance if your team is getting better or worse from week to week.
San Francisco @ Denver
This is the same format as the Weekly Schedule, but for the Playoff's.
Should the NFL expand the Playoffs, a look at the top eight teams in each division from 2004.
A comparison between the PFR.com True Total Offense method, the NFL Traditional Total Offense, and Points scored\allowed rankings for only the best offense's and defense's from 2004 to last season..
Best Offense and Defense
If you have the best offense or defense will you make the playoffs?
How far will you go? A look back, 2004 to last season.
The Super Bowl Winners
Which wins the most Super Bowls?