Pats Stats Check-In: Bye the way

Andy Hart
November 12, 2019 - 9:51 am

With 10 weeks of NFL games in the books, there is a large sample of action to compare teams via statistics. As such, checks in each week to see how the Patriots are doing statistically in a variety of areas, both on a team level and as individuals.

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Points Scored (NFL rank)              30.0 (2nd)

Points Allowed                              10.9 (1st)

Point Differential                           plus-172 (1st)



Total Offense       366.8 (15th)

Rush Offense       92.9 (23rd)

Pass Offense        273.9 (7th)

Third Down         39.7% (16th)

Red Zone             50.0% (t-21st)



Total Defense      249.3 (1st)

Rush Defense      99.1 (11th)

Pass Defense       150.2 (2nd)

Third Down         18.9% (1st)

Red Zone             45.5% (4th)


Turnover Differential     plus-17 (1st)


Tom Brady

Attempts                 355 (t-3rd)

Completions           230 (t-2nd)

Passing Yards         2,536 (9th)

Completion Pct.     64.8 (17th)

Touchdowns          14 (t-13th)

Interceptions          5 (t-15th)

Rating                    93.1 (17th)

Sony Michel

Rushing Yards    482 (18th)

Avg.                    3.3 (t-41st)

Rush TD             6 (t-7th)


Julian Edelman

Receptions             63 (3rd)

Receiving Yards    663 (17th)


Mohamed Sanu

Receptions         45 (t-25th)


James White

Receptions         44 (t-28th)


Jake Bailey

Net Punting Avg.              42.0 (10th)

Gross Punting Avg.          44.6 (22nd)


Gunner Olszewski

Punt Return Avg.             9.0 (7th)



Devin McCourty          5 (t-1st)

Jamie Collins               3 (t-5th)

Stephon Gilmore          3 (t-5th)

J.C. Jackson                 2 (t-19th)

Duron Harmon            2 (t-19th)



Jamie Collins          6 (t-21st)

Adam Butler           4.5 (t-40th)

Kyle Van Noy         4.5 (t-40th)

Chase Winovich      4.5 (t-40th)


Defensive Fumble Recoveries

Kyle Van Noy     2 (t-8th)

Justin Bethel       2 (t-8th)

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