This is a product of a fun session I had with Allen B just looking through the season 1 stats and it reminds me of when Woat used to do this. So in homage to Woat, lets look at some fun stats.

Gladney was easily the top performing free agent of all those picked up. Finishing second in NFC DPOTY he had some fantastic stats and production leading the Lions to the NFC Championship game.

PlayerStats
Jeff Gladney90 T, 12 TFL, 4 Sacks 8 INT 1 FF 1 TD
Cole McDonald5,017 Yards 29 TD 38 INT
Trey Burton65 rec 1,198 YDs 5 TD
Reuben Foster88 T 12 TFL 1 Sack 2 INT
Daryl Roberts63 T 1 TFL 4 INT

Grant lit the defense up every time he touched the ball averaging a league leading 11.6 yards per carry. Involved in a early trade, Grant balled out for a Steelers team that was extremely run heavy.

Some more receiving stats that we found fun.

Touchdown per Reception %

Auden Tate, BAL – 61%

Kelvin Benjamin, LAR – 42%

DJ Chark, JAX – 36%

OJ Howard, TB – 35%

Jakeem Grant, PIT – 31%

Drop Rate

DK Metcalf, SEA – 33%

Parris Campbell, IND – 32%

John Ross, NYG – 24%

Kareem Hunt, KC – 23%

DeSean Jackson, LAR – 23%

There were quite a few dominant performances from the Top Madden quarterbacks throughout the season, but it was a shock to see Falcons QB Jordan Love dominating the league with a healthy 2.9 TD:INT ratio. Before JSmoove xbox broke he was dominating the passing charts which is a turnaround not many expected from when JSmoove struggled to throw the ball in NY last cycle.

Redzone stats are a great indicator of the better teams in the league. Lets take a look at who the best and worst redzone performers were.

Red Zone Offensive TD%

Best:

Worst:

Red Zone Offensive Scoring %

Best:

Worst:

Now lets take a look at the defensive performances in the Redzone

This was lowkey crazy to me. The Chargers forced the most field goals in the redzone, but it was the Texans who didn’t allow scores on 30% of their red zone appearances. Then you have the Ravens, Lions, Rams who were bottom of the league in red zone defense.

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