Whether you are looking for offensive or defensive stats, we have you covered. Individual player stats can be broken down by position to help you gauge those gun slinging quarterbacks, or double-digit touchdown receivers. Team stats can help you narrow down your research, and find out who the best offensive teams in the league are.
Arizona Cardinals Team Stats - With the mind of Bruce Arians calling plays, you can expect a top offense. They registered the most offensive yards in the NFL last season, and scored over 30 points per game. They were efficient through the air and the ground. They also had one of the better defenses in the NFL, especially at home.
Atlanta Falcons Team Stats - Atlanta certainly took a step backwards last season, and it had a lot to do with the lack of options around Julio Jones. There should be some improvement in 2016 with the addition of Mohammed Sanu, and also a backfield with Tevin Coleman. Despite generating 74 yards per game, they only scored 21.2 points.
Baltimore Ravens Team Stats - It is hard to justify the 2015 season for Baltimore due to all of the injuries they had. 2016 could be a different story. The running game was very mediocre in 2015, and we could be in for a similar season. The passing game though will look to make moves with the addition of Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman.
Buffalo Bills Team Stats - Buffalo ranked inside the top five in rush attempts last season, and they used a number of backs, including their quarterback Tyrod Taylor. They rushed for 152 yards per game. Look for more of the same in 2016, but also the possibility of an improved passing attack with Sammy Watkins leading the way.
Carolina Panthers Team Stats - Carolina was the other team to score over 30 points per game last season, and that was without Kelvin Benjamin. This was a rush heavy team in most situations, but Greg Olsen and Ted Ginn certainly made their impact in the passing game. Look for them to be one of the top offensive teams yet again, although the defense might depreciate a little.
Cincinnati Bengals Team Stats - Andy Dalton led Cincinnati to 26.2 points per game last season, but this year he has lost some weapons. Mohammed Sanu and Marvin Jones are both elsewhere, which sort of leaves Dalton a limited. The running game still is strong when game flow suits it. Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard lead this backfield.
Chicago Bears Team Stats - This is certainly an ugly offense to cover, as the only real threat they have is Alshon Jeffery. Chicago was a bottom ten passing offense, and failed to get much going on the ground with Jeremy Langford. With no real improvement to note in 2016, we could be seeing duplicated season here in 2016.
Cleveland Browns Team Stats - The Browns will be the Browns, scoring just 17.4 points per game last season. With the addition of Corey Coleman and Terrell Pryor, you might see some more offense. The running game possesses a threat, but overall this is a team that should be trailing a ton with the lack of defense they have.
Dallas Cowboys Team Stats - With an offensive line like Dallas' you can expect them to run the ball a ton. It was expected with all their injuries last time out. Now that trend continued so far, but expect them to remain around the league average in points per game with Dak Prescott under center. The rush attempts should remain among the league's highest.
Denver Broncos Team Stats - There is quite a bit of change under center, given Peyton Manning's retirement. With Denver's top notch defense, we can expect Denver to continue to rush the ball at an above average rate. Denver averaged 22 points per game last season, and I doubt we see anything higher than that with Trevor Siemien under center.
Detroit Lions Team Stats - Detroit ranked in the top five in passing attempts per game, yet we didn't see them in the top for scoring. They scored 22 points per game, which was pretty subpar. This year might be a different story with them, as a lot has opened up after the Calvin Johnson retirement. We should look for them to improve in points per game.
Green Bay Packers Team Stats - Now Aaron Rodgers didn't perform at his highest rate in 2015, which reflects in Green Bay's offensive numbers. With Jordy Nelson back, I am willing to bank on them jumping back into the top ten in offense, and likely top five. Look for them to take a massive jump in all areas of play.
Houston Texans Team Stats - Houston went out and spent on a new quarterback, which isn't going to give us much indication of them trending upwards or downwards. They performed averagely with a few mediocre quarterbacks under center last year. Adding Lamar Miller and Will Fuller will help, but the jury is still out on this offense.
Indianapolis Colts Team Stats - Andrew Luck missed most of 2015, which was why you saw them average just 20.8 points per game, and produce the fourth least yards. As long as everyone stays healthy, there is enough weapons for Luck to produce a top ten offensive. Don't expect much in the run game as usual.
Jacksonville Jaguars Team Stats - The addition of Chris Ivory probably isn't going to change the rushing landscape drastically, but it might make things a little more balanced. Jacksonville was a team that trailed many games, which resulted in those beautiful garbage time points. Regression is coming in 2016, but not to the point where you should shy away.
Kansas City Chiefs Team Stats - Kansas City averaged 25 points per game last season, and is one of the more boring NFL offenses. There are only a handful of options, but the run game is still priority number one with this team. With such a good defense, and a trio of backs that are all serviceable, the grind it out games will be back again.
Los Angeles Rams Team Stats - Maybe the change of scenery will do the Rams some good after ranking second to last in points per game. Their offense isn't really in a spot to get better, but there really is nowhere to go but up. Todd Gurley should be the workhorse and create a decent amount of rushing yards per game, but the passing game is going to be a stay away.
Miami Dolphins Team Stats - Miami has the weapons to put a ton of points, but the consistency isn't there. The running game was nonexistent in 2015, and this should be very similar in 2016. The passing game though has room for improvement, and the ceiling is a bit higher this year. Passing attempts should be in the top half of the league.
Minnesota Vikings Team Stats - We might see a completely different offense in Minnesota from last year. Teddy Bridgewater and Adrian Peterson both are done for the season. Minnesota would really grind out games last year with that awesome defense of theirs. The Vikings might have a better year defensively than last.
New England Patriots Team Stats - Year in and year out we see New England up at the top of the league in scoring. This coaching staff will do it every single year with any group of players, and it has gotten to the point where we don't question it. They scored 29 points per game last year, and should be around that same spot again.
New Orleans Saints Team Stats - The Saints are always a juggernaut offense, especially when they play at home. They scored 25.5 points per game last season, and registered the second most yards per game. They actually might be better this year due to a few more weapons around Drew Brees. Once again we are in for a treat.
New York Giants Team Stats - Eli Manning and company always seem to go under the radar in terms of offensive production. They run an insane amount of plays per game and the defense might have sured itself up a bit this year. Expect things to be very similar to the last few years, which is relying on Manning's arm.
New York Jets Team Stats - The Jets had quite the turn around offensively last season, scoring 24.2 points per game. They ran the ball quite a bit, but Ryan Fitzpatrick was very efficient. Regression might be in order for this team in terms of offense, but the defense should remain one of the better ones in the league.
Oakland Raiders Team Stats - With the weapons around Derek Carr and another year to develop, things should take a pretty big jump for them. The defense might be on the rise with them, but not take quite as big of a jump. Overall there is a lot of promising pieces on both sides of the ball and 2016 could be a chance to see them shine earlier than expected.
Pittsburgh Steelers Team Stats - When you have the best wide receiver in the game, your offense is likely going to be a top offense in the league. With Le'Veon Bell coming back this year it is hard seeing this Pittsburgh offense not finishing inside the top five. Look for a balanced attack, but one that is efficient on both sides.
Philadelphia Eagles Team Stats - With Chip Kelly gone, we have a lot going on in Philadelphia. Carson Wentz is starting, but there are certainly guys around him to help him through growing pains. We can likely expect things to come down a notch on the offensive side of the ball, but I think around the league average is where they should finish.
San Diego Chargers Team Stats - Injuries have been a problem for San Diego the last few years, and 2016 has started out no different. That didn't stop them from racking up yards, but points were tough to come by. With such a tough division, and so many injuries already — San Diego might be in for more trouble, but one that's out of their hands.
Seattle Seahawks Team Stats - Russell Wilson has continued to open up this offense, and he should even more so this season. They have a couple of backs fighting for a job, but the passing game should be used higher than ever. They averaged 26.4 points per game last season, which had a lot to do with their second half.
San Francisco 49ers Team Stats - San Francisco scored 14.9 points per game last season, and were the worse offense in football. Duplicating those numbers are tough, but they should still be a bottom five offense again. With Chip Kelly there, look for more turnovers, and for them to allow more points on the defensive side of the ball.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Team Stats - Tampa Bay registered the fifth most yards as a team last season, yet scored just 21.4 points per game. This is expected with a rookie quarterback under center. In terms of points per game, Tampa should improve this season. This is a team going through growing pains, but big things are on the horizon.
Tennessee Titans Team Stats - Marcus Mariota can only do so much with the receiving core he has. We didn't expect much last season, and we got a bottom three offense. This season should be very similar with what they put around him. The addition of DeMarco Murray might help them improve in the run game, but time will tell.
Washington Redskins Team Stats - Washington improved big time on the offensive side of the ball last season, and even defensively in the second half. They scored 24.3 points per game, and that is certainly doable again in 2016. They rushed for under 100 yards per game last season, and that is certainly something that should happen again.