NFL Team Offense Stats 2020

Offenses are going to be built in different ways, where some lean on the run and some are primed to air it out. Of course not all offenses are created equal, as there are the elite offenses putting up 28 points per game, and then the ones barely into the teens. The stats page here is going to break down how good or bad an offense is at various offensive stats. You can also see when teams are scoring their fair share of points, as they are broken down by quarter. See who is dominating through the air, and what teams have the best rushing attack. Red zone numbers are crucial for success, and we show who is dominating in that department. Turnovers and penalties will hold a team back, so sort through and hope your favorite team is not leading the way.

Offenses are going to be built in different ways, where some lean on the run and some are primed to air it out. Of course not all offenses are created equal, as there are the elite offenses putting up 28 points per game, and then the ones barely into the teens. The stats page here is going to break down how good or bad an offense is at various offensive stats. You can also see when teams are scoring their fair share of points, as they are broken down by quarter. See who is dominating through the air, and what teams have the best rushing attack. Red zone numbers are crucial for success, and we show who is dominating in that department. Turnovers and penalties will hold a team back, so sort through and hope your favorite team is not leading the way.

Total OffenseRushing OffensePassing OffenseRedzoneTurnoversPenalties
TEAM PTS Q1 PTS Q2 PTS Q3 PTS Q4 PTS PLAYS YDS/PLAY YDS ATT YDS YDS/ATT TD ATT YDS/ATT COMP YDS/COMP YDS TD RZ ATT RZ TD RZ % TOV INT FUML PEN PEN YDS
Total Offense 531 128 156 106 138 1,064 6.1 6,521 Rushing Offense 596 3,296 5.5 21 Passing Offense 440 7.3 289 11.2 3,225 37 Redzone 64 43 67.2% Turnovers 15 8 7 Penalties 109 867
Total Offense 479 106 135 112 126 1,012 6 6,097 Rushing Offense 498 2,305 4.6 23 Passing Offense 478 7.9 331 11.5 3,792 28 Redzone 62 33 53.2% Turnovers 23 13 10 Penalties 105 939
Total Offense 458 89 140 130 99 1,011 5.9 5,982 Rushing Offense 405 1,738 4.3 12 Passing Offense 581 7.3 418 10.2 4,244 36 Redzone 57 34 59.6% Turnovers 8 6 2 Penalties 120 1,036
Total Offense 458 106 169 70 113 1,086 5.9 6,366 Rushing Offense 409 1,521 3.7 15 Passing Offense 630 7.7 382 12.7 4,845 33 Redzone 54 35 64.8% Turnovers 41 30 11 Penalties 133 1,111
Total Offense 451 90 177 103 81 976 6.2 6,067 Rushing Offense 375 1,569 4.2 16 Passing Offense 576 7.8 378 11.9 4,498 30 Redzone 50 27 54% Turnovers 15 5 10 Penalties 107 1,029
Total Offense 434 67 139 88 140 1,069 6.5 6,904 Rushing Offense 449 2,153 4.8 18 Passing Offense 597 8 388 12.2 4,751 30 Redzone 54 31 57.4% Turnovers 18 11 7 Penalties 109 1,008
Total Offense 420 118 97 107 98 1,095 5.2 5,664 Rushing Offense 447 1,703 3.8 17 Passing Offense 620 6.4 378 10.5 3,961 25 Redzone 60 30 50% Turnovers 15 9 6 Penalties 94 828
Total Offense 407 88 136 74 109 970 5.8 5,656 Rushing Offense 476 2,133 4.5 19 Passing Offense 466 7.6 319 11 3,523 26 Redzone 56 34 60.7% Turnovers 20 8 12 Penalties 96 895
Total Offense 405 77 110 83 126 1,046 5.7 5,991 Rushing Offense 481 2,200 4.6 15 Passing Offense 517 7.3 341 11.1 3,791 31 Redzone 60 38 63.3% Turnovers 20 6 14 Penalties 109 882
Total Offense 402 69 77 110 146 949 6.1 5,805 Rushing Offense 445 2,223 5 21 Passing Offense 448 8 297 12.1 3,582 29 Redzone 45 34 75.6% Turnovers 17 8 9 Penalties 99 932
Total Offense 394 52 146 92 104 1,055 5.7 5,998 Rushing Offense 401 1,499 3.7 20 Passing Offense 632 7.1 397 11.3 4,499 22 Redzone 59 38 64.4% Turnovers 24 17 7 Penalties 118 899
Total Offense 385 69 103 104 103 1,104 5.2 5,772 Rushing Offense 454 1,939 4.3 16 Passing Offense 613 6.3 391 9.8 3,833 27 Redzone 54 36 66.7% Turnovers 23 8 15 Penalties 100 836
Total Offense 381 77 81 64 153 1,096 5.5 6,075 Rushing Offense 362 1,361 3.8 10 Passing Offense 684 6.9 459 10.3 4,714 29 Redzone 60 31 51.7% Turnovers 25 15 10 Penalties 119 956
Total Offense 378 47 115 92 124 1,017 5.7 5,792 Rushing Offense 434 2,009 4.6 17 Passing Offense 534 7.1 355 10.7 3,783 27 Redzone 53 34 64.2% Turnovers 22 14 8 Penalties 111 892
Total Offense 376 108 83 101 84 1,020 5.4 5,528 Rushing Offense 411 1,795 4.4 18 Passing Offense 573 6.5 356 10.5 3,733 26 Redzone 50 32 64% Turnovers 13 4 9 Penalties 100 774
Total Offense 361 77 95 67 119 1,000 5.5 5,467 Rushing Offense 396 1,990 5 18 Passing Offense 554 6.3 355 9.8 3,477 20 Redzone 53 24 45.3% Turnovers 18 12 6 Penalties 121 956
Total Offense 361 89 104 80 88 1,016 5.2 5,238 Rushing Offense 471 2,130 4.5 17 Passing Offense 513 6.1 307 10.1 3,108 22 Redzone 56 36 64.3% Turnovers 21 10 11 Penalties 79 670
Total Offense 341 102 92 57 87 1,021 5.4 5,549 Rushing Offense 407 1,649 4.1 7 Passing Offense 571 6.8 344 11.3 3,900 28 Redzone 42 25 59.5% Turnovers 23 15 8 Penalties 113 937
Total Offense 341 48 138 91 58 1,012 5.4 5,416 Rushing Offense 362 1,685 4.7 11 Passing Offense 607 6.1 376 9.9 3,731 30 Redzone 42 24 57.1% Turnovers 33 17 16 Penalties 90 784
Total Offense 340 60 96 83 101 1,077 5.1 5,469 Rushing Offense 386 1,819 4.7 20 Passing Offense 633 5.8 382 9.6 3,650 17 Redzone 50 29 58% Turnovers 35 21 14 Penalties 87 754
Total Offense 337 53 115 69 94 997 5.9 5,879 Rushing Offense 366 1,453 4 12 Passing Offense 597 7.4 394 11.2 4,426 24 Redzone 53 28 52.8% Turnovers 31 20 11 Penalties 103 872
Total Offense 335 77 110 61 87 973 5.6 5,455 Rushing Offense 393 1,901 4.8 15 Passing Offense 539 6.6 318 11.2 3,554 22 Redzone 50 29 58% Turnovers 28 21 7 Penalties 122 1,106
Total Offense 314 43 107 55 109 1,018 5.2 5,283 Rushing Offense 465 2,054 4.4 13 Passing Offense 513 6.3 299 10.8 3,229 21 Redzone 44 25 56.8% Turnovers 19 12 7 Penalties 117 927
Total Offense 313 85 113 27 88 989 5.9 5,819 Rushing Offense 437 1,893 4.3 13 Passing Offense 523 7.5 367 10.7 3,926 22 Redzone 53 28 52.8% Turnovers 17 8 9 Penalties 128 1,138
Total Offense 306 54 115 49 85 1,022 4.9 4,960 Rushing Offense 349 1,156 3.3 10 Passing Offense 615 6.2 371 10.3 3,804 22 Redzone 48 27 56.2% Turnovers 26 18 8 Penalties 92 769
Total Offense 300 60 59 65 116 1,020 5.4 5,468 Rushing Offense 389 1,708 4.4 3 Passing Offense 589 6.4 364 10.3 3,760 24 Redzone 47 19 40.4% Turnovers 20 8 12 Penalties 132 1,165
Total Offense 289 47 96 89 57 937 4.7 4,428 Rushing Offense 395 1,447 3.7 7 Passing Offense 510 5.8 315 9.5 2,981 18 Redzone 40 14 35% Turnovers 30 19 11 Penalties 111 893
Total Offense 282 78 95 52 57 954 5 4,777 Rushing Offense 409 1,662 4.1 11 Passing Offense 504 6.2 312 10 3,115 16 Redzone 42 20 47.6% Turnovers 16 10 6 Penalties 110 912
Total Offense 280 37 80 108 55 1,020 4.7 4,749 Rushing Offense 395 1,458 3.7 8 Passing Offense 580 5.7 371 8.9 3,291 20 Redzone 46 24 52.2% Turnovers 19 12 7 Penalties 103 838
Total Offense 279 66 87 36 90 1,049 4.9 5,169 Rushing Offense 385 1,517 3.9 9 Passing Offense 616 5.9 356 10.3 3,652 18 Redzone 48 21 43.8% Turnovers 30 16 14 Penalties 93 761
Total Offense 276 60 78 54 84 956 4.6 4,368 Rushing Offense 383 1,257 3.3 6 Passing Offense 521 6 323 9.6 3,111 19 Redzone 33 18 54.5% Turnovers 25 16 9 Penalties 115 1,105
Total Offense 266 37 94 48 87 885 5 4,395 Rushing Offense 356 1,583 4.4 9 Passing Offense 479 5.9 298 9.4 2,812 18 Redzone 41 20 48.8% Turnovers 21 13 8 Penalties 106 835

Team Offense Stats 2020: Looking at Offensive Production

Sorting through offensive points, you can take a look at who is dominating on the offensive side of the ball. Flipping through each quarter will give you perspective on teams starting out hot, or who are playing catch up and garbage time ball in the third and fourth quarter. Teams that play up in pace or have bad defenses will run a lot of plays, so don’t be surprised to see teams like Cleveland and Indianapolis up in the top rankings for plays run. You can easily jump to the yards per play to show that they need all the plays they can get because the yards per play is not that attractive. There are a lot of good offenses right now averaging over six yards per play, and then you have the Rams who are just far and above everyone else.

Rushing production is much similar. The volume is what you want for fantasy, and teams will either be committed to the run or are trying to salt games off with the run. After volume you want to look at efficiency, and that is where yards per attempt can come in handy. Teams like Dallas and Denver are up at the top of the league, showcasing a strong offensive line and a strategy to keep things on the ground. Yards and touchdowns are categories to show production, and high flying offenses like the Saints are up among the tops of the league in rushing touchdowns. Passing production is in the same boat here. Yards per completion will show how far teams are moving the ball with the pass. This also can be used as a measure of efficiency, while attempt can just show how far they are trying to throw the ball.

Getting into the red zone is only half the battle, teams need to produce inside the 20 to be a successful offense. The higher the red zone percentage, the more efficient they are at putting the ball in the end zone. Teams over 70% in the red zone is a good standard, and when you start dropping below 60%, that is when things need to change. There are some truly bad red zone teams out there, which I guess is a bump for their kickers. Teams drawing penalties is also a way of moving the ball, and often overlooked when it comes to researching for fantasy or betting. It helps teams move the ball and isn’t widely looked at.

Viewing The NFL Team Offense Stats Page

If you have dropped into the offensive stats page here, there is a lot of data jumping out at right you off the bat. The total offense is going to be the overall points and yards created. The points can be shown on a per game level alongside with every other stat, and then in totals. The points scored is broken up by quarter, and you can also see how many plays a team is running. Check in on what teams are dominating in yards and yards per play. Offenses truly struggle when they are averaging under five yards per play over the course of a season. After this you can move into how they are scoring those points and creating yards.

Within the rushing and passing offensive stats you are going to see how much volume they are throwing or running the ball. This is shown through rushing and passing attempts. How efficient they are is going to be shown through yards per attempt as well as yards per completion. The overall production numbers are touchdowns and yards. You can see how well teams are running the ball and how often. The same goes for passing. Some teams are going to specialize in one over the other, while the elite teams will be productive in both. There are also those offenses who find themselves at the bottom of the list.

Getting into the red zone stats, they are branched out into attempts and touchdowns. The red zone percentage is going to show how often they score touchdowns on their trips to the red zone, which mean field goals and drives that end in no points will go against the conversion rate. You can see how many time a team has gotten into the red zone on a drive. Turnovers and penalties can limit offensive upside, and you can sort through what teams are turning the ball over way too much, as well as getting killed with penalties.

Top Passing Offenses

There are some elite passing attacks in football right now, and we can start with the Kansas City Chiefs. They are led by Pat Mahomes, who has turned out to be one of the top quarterbacks in the game. This offense is high flying and they have a lot of speed to go with their star quarterback. Tyreek Hill and Mecole Hardman are two strong vertical threats. Factoring in that they have one of the top tight ends in Travis Kelce, you have various strengths within the passing offense. They also do an excellent job utilizing their running backs in the passing game as well.

Dallas has turned themselves into one of the top passing offenses in the game, which wasn’t always the case. They still run the ball effectively, but the weapons they have in the passing game has been tremendous. Amari Cooper was traded to the Cowboys, and his overall play has really picked up since leaving Oakland. Michael Gallup is another one of the younger wideouts in the game. Dallas also just added CeeDee Lamb in the draft, after he fell to them in the middle of the first round. We think of Ezekiel Elliott as a ground and pound back, but he is also an excellent receiving threat out of the backfield. Dak Prescott has turned into a strong quarterback and the Cowboys offense continues to flow.

The core in Atlanta has been the same for quite a while now, with the connection of Matt Ryan and Julio Jones being one of the stronger ones in the game. Atlanta is also a more pass happy offense, which helps boost those numbers. Ryan has been a consistent producer and often finds himself over 4,000 yards in a season. Jones is the top tier wideout on the team, and considered one of the best in the game. The Falcons found Calvin Ridley in the draft, and he has turned into a quality wide receiver. You can count on the Falcons putting up big passing numbers year in and year out. We can give honorable mentions to a few offenses in this division like New Orleans and Tampa Bay.

Top Rushing Offenses

There are a few teams out there just simply built to run the ball. They have strong offensive lineman and also multiple skill position players that are above average as well. The Baltimore Ravens have multiple threats to run the ball, starting with their star quarterback, Lamar Jackson. He is the top rushing quarterback in the league, but it doesn’t end there. The Ravens have a few running backs, headlined by Mark Ingram, who have succeeded in putting up quality rushing numbers. Factoring in that they have a very strong coaching staff and offensive line, it is no surprise to see them with such strong rushing numbers.

Out in California, it doesn’t matter who you put in the backfield with Kyle Shanahan. He is one of the top offensive coaches in the game, but his run scheme has been effective for a while now. The 49ers use a big running back committee, and it works. While it might be frustrating for fantasy owners, the 49ers offense is very productive on the ground. We have seen a wide range of names from Tevin Coleman to Raheem Mostert produce in this offense. We will likely see them continue to change out different names, as they have not invested in a workhorse back over the last few seasons.

The Tennessee Titans have a bowling ball of a running back with Derrick Henry, who is a straight up ground and pound type back. He is tough to bring down, and is a workhorse getting big attempts over the course of a season. The Titans offense has been built around handing Henry the rock, and he has been effective. The Titans finish rather high in rushing attempts, but the overall numbers are there as well. It is also a reason why they are so successful in the red zone.

Top Red Zone Offenses

One of the top red zone offenses over the last few seasons has been the Tennessee Titans, as they have a lot of weapons that work well in the red zone. Having Derrick Henry doesn’t hurt either, but a few strong receiving tight ends over the last few seasons has led to very productive numbers. The same goes for the Baltimore Ravens, who are a more run heavy team like Tennessee and also have more tight end use to give mismatches for opposing defenses. Both have been quality converters over the last couple of year.

We are seeing a reoccurring theme here, as the Philadelphia Eagles have been one of the top red zone teams, as they have two very strong tight ends in Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz. That is going to give teams trouble already, but factoring in the creative coaching staff, it makes it ten times harder for defenses. The Eagles also have some big bodied wide receivers, and a good offensive line that makes it easier for their committee of running backs to punch it into the end zone.

Importance Of Red Zone Stats

An offense who is leaving points on the field is not going to be a very good one. Moving the ball and getting into the red zone is going to give you a good chance to put some points on the board. Now getting into the red zone is already a process as it is, and we can see how often teams are getting inside the opposing team’s 20-yard line. The number of attempts are key as we look at teams being able to move the ball and set themselves up for scoring. Not every team is capable of firing off 50-yard touchdown passes, so most have to work their way down the field and attempts will show what offenses are the best in that regard.

Converting red zone trips is important for a team’s success. It can make or break how your offensive numbers look at the end of a season. We turn back to last season, and Arizona converted less than 50% of their overall trips to the red zone. This meant a lot of field goal attempts and turn over on downs. Only six teams finished under 50%, but the Cardinals were the only team with over 50 red zone attempts. Even converting 10-15% higher would have given them an enormous lift.

When looking at red zone numbers you can find some positive and negative regression. A team cranking out 80% of red zone trips for touchdowns is a number that is tough to sustain. The same goes for when a team is hitting on only 20-25% of their trips. As you will see throughout a season, you can buy low or sell high on some offenses, if you are looking at it through that angle.

What Volume Can Say About An Offense

When looking at rushing and passing attempts, you can get a look into how offenses are run a bit. There has been a battle between what is more optimal for an offense, as offenses lean more on the pass these days. However there are still some old school run style offenses out there, but what is really the most efficient? Now we look towards rushing attempts and we see a lot of teams that find themselves in the playoffs often. Is this a link to their style of offense, not exclusively, as these teams are going to run more because they are leading. We see this a lot with volume as it can point towards the success of a team.

When you sort through pass attempts, you might see some bad teams be at the top of the list. This is because they are constantly trailing, and it pushes them to throw the ball more. Now some teams just have a higher passing attack, like Atlanta and Tampa Bay who have been two of the higher volume passing teams in the game. As mentioned above there are still some run heavy teams out there. Minnesota and Seattle are two teams that like to run the ball a lot.

Overall volume can give a look into how they are running their offense and what they prioritize more. It can also give you a look at the situation that team finds themselves in each week as they could be playing with a lead or trailing from behind. Each year things will change a bit, but we have seen some consistency with offensive styles of late. A shift in personnel on the team roster can also shake up how an offense is ran. Offensive line play is also very important, as teams will struggle to move the ball on the ground, which could limit run play potential.

Offense Stats FAQ

Who Averaged The Most Yards Per Play In 2019?

The Dallas Cowboys averaged the most yards per play in 2019. They averaged 6.5 yards per play, as they featured a dynamic run and passing game. Dallas averaged 4.8 yards per carry and 12.2 yards per completion. Both ranked inside the top five.

Who Had The Most Red Zone Touchdowns in 2019?

No surprise that the top scoring offense in the league also finished with the most red zone touchdowns in 2019. The Baltimore Ravens scored 43 total red zone touchdowns. They also had the most red zone attempts and converted 67% of their trips.

What Team Turned The Ball Over The Most in 2019?

Tampa Bay turned the ball over a total of 41 times in 2019, which led the league. Interceptions were their biggest killer, throwing 30 total interceptions. This led the league. They also held 11 fumbles lost, which ranked in the bottom half of the league.

Who Was The Most Penalized Offense In 2019?

The most penalized offense in 2019 was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who had a total of 133 penalties. They had a total of 1,111 penalty yards against them. Combining with their league leading turnovers, this offense struggled in those two departments.

Who Was The Least Penalized Offense in 2019?

The least penalized offense in 2019 was the Indianapolis Colts. They had just 79 total penalties on the offensive side, and were the only team under 80 penalties. This resulted in just 670 penalty yards against them over the course of the season.

What Team Ran The Most In 2019?

The Baltimore Ravens ran a total of 596 times over the 2019 season. They led the league by almost 100 attempts, and they also led the league in rushing yards. This offense was built for running with Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram leading the way.

What Team Passed The Most In 2019?

The Atlanta Falcons threw a league high 684 times in 2019. They averaged 6.9 yards per attempt, and ended up with over 4,500 passing yards and 29 passing touchdowns. Three of the NFC South teams finished inside the top five in passing attempts.