I have some podcasts and articles coming soon, so here are some more figures that will be referenced to often. Below are the offensive and defensive averages for all 12 playoff teams as well as the Super Bowl positional averages that I compiled last offseason.
Tweet me at @ZackMooreNFL with any questions that you want covered in the podcasts. The first one should be up this week as I’m putting together my notes on the 1997/1998 Broncos and how they have given the 2015 Broncos, and others, a Super Bowl blueprint to follow.
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Figure 1: Offensive Averages
Figure 2: Defensive Averages
Figure 3: Super Bowl Offenses
West Coast: 94 49ers, 96 Packers, 97/98 Broncos, 00 Ravens, 02 Bucs, 10 Packers, 13 Seahawks
Erhardt-Perkins: 01/03/04 Patriots, 05 Steelers, 07 Giants, 11 Giants, 14 Patriots
Air Coryell: 95 Cowboys, 99 Rams, 06 Colts, 08 Steelers, 09 Saints, 12 Ravens
Figure 4: Super Bowl Defenses
Figure 5: Super Bowl Specialists
Figure 6: Total Team Spending
Figure 7: Offensive Stats for 2015 Playoff Teams
Figure 8: Defensive Stats for 2015 Playoff Teams
Figure 9: Yards Per Play for 2015 Playoff Teams