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    Re: NFC Offensive Line Rankings (a new statistical system)

    Okay, I ran the AFC's numbers, and here are the complete NFL Rankings:

    1. Indianapolis Colts: 17.35
    1. Minnesota Vikings: 17.35
    3. Kansas City Chiefs: 17.01
    4. Denver Broncos: 16.43
    5. Atlanta Falcons: 16.24
    6. Green Bay Packers: 16.04
    7. Philadelphia Eagles: 16.00
    8. St. Louis Rams: 15.93
    9. New York Jets: 15.89
    10. San Diego Chargers: 15.85
    11. Seattle Seahawks: 15.56
    12. Pittsburgh Steelers: 15.54
    12. New England Patriots:15.54
    14. Tennessee Titans: 15.22
    15. New York Giants: 14.88
    16. Houston Texans: 14.62
    17. Cincinnati Bengals: 14.61
    19. Detroit Lions: 14.57
    20. Dallas Cowboys: 14.54
    20. New Orleans Saints: 14.54
    21. Tampa Bay Bucs: 14.39
    22. Oakland Raiders: 14.37
    23. Jacksonville Jaguars: 14.28
    24. Carolina Panthers: 14.24
    25. Cleveland Browns: 14.01
    26. Buffalo Bills: 13.88
    27. Baltimore Ravens: 13.52
    28. San Francisco *****: 12.64
    29. Washington Redskins: 12.61
    30. Arizona Cardinals: 12.60
    31. Chicago Bears: 12.52
    32. Miami Dolphins: 12.32


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    Re: NFC Offensive Line Rankings (a new statistical system)

    32. Miami Dolphins: 12.32
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    Re: NFC Offensive Line Rankings (a new statistical system)

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam
    By considering sack% in the overall score, and applying that figure to the yards/attempt #, I think you get a better picture of what kind of protection the O line is providing in the passing game.
    Perhaps there should be another factor added in....QB durability. A QB that can scramble when the O-line lets someone by can reduce the total sacks and still turn a crappy o-line play into plus yardage. OTOH, a QB that can take a hit and still put up good stats should be worth something in this formula. By my calculations, (in other words, a guess), this would cause a shuffle in the rankings.

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