Data Points: Top scoring offenses of 2000s

Yesterday’s Data Points looked at the most unstoppable offenses, based on league rankings in net yards per game.

While yards per game is a good statistic, NFL Network analyst Steve Mariucci always compares offenses that rack up a lot of yards to economy cars that get good gas mileage. Conversely, Mooch feels that points per game are more like a Porsche, in that you’d rather have points on the board than yardage any day of the week.

Many involved with the NFL feel the best way to rate team offense is by how often they bloat the scoreboard. With that in mind, below are the top ten scoring offenses of the 2000s.

— Elliot Harrison

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