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Top 20 Teams with the Most Total Offense (Yards) in a Single Season

TEAM TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS Year W L T W-L% SEASON RESULT
1. New Orleans Saints 7,474 2011 13 3 0 0.813 Lost NFC Division Round
2. Denver Broncos 7,317 2013 13 3 0 0.813 Lost Super Bowl
3. St. Louis Rams 7,075 2000 10 6 0 0.625 Lost NFC Wild Card
4. Miami Dolphins 6,936 1984 14 2 0 0.875 Lost Super Bowl
5. New England Patriots 6,848 2011 13 3 0 0.813 Lost Super Bowl
6. New England Patriots 6,846 2012 12 4 0 0.750 Lost AFC Conf. Champ.
7. San Francisco 49ers 6,800 1998 12 4 0 0.750 Lost NFC Division Round
8. San Diego Chargers 6,744 1981 10 6 0 0.625 Lost AFC Conf. Champ.
9. Kansas City Chiefs 6,695 2004 7 9 0 0.438 No Playoffs
10. St. Louis Rams 6,690 2001 14 2 0 0.875 Lost Super Bowl
11. Philadelphia Eagles 6,687 2013 10 6 0 0.625 Lost NFC Wild Card
12. New England Patriots 6,580 2007 16 0 0 1.000 Lost Super Bowl
13. New Orleans Saints 6,574 2012 7 9 0 0.438 No Playoffs
14. New Orleans Saints 6,571 2008 8 8 0 0.500 No Playoffs
15. Denver Broncos 6,554 2000 11 5 0 0.688 Lost AFC Wild Card
16. Detroit Lions 6,540 2012 4 12 0 0.250 No Playoffs
17. San Diego Chargers 6,535 1985 8 8 0 0.500 No Playoffs
18. Cincinnati Bengals 6,490 1986 10 6 0 0.625 No Playoffs
19. Green Bay Packers 6,482 2011 15 1 0 0.938 Lost NFC Division Round
20. Indianapolis Colts 6,475 2004 12 4 0 0.750 Lost AFC Division Round

 

Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos and Teams with the Most Penalties in 2013

The Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks Were The Most Penalized Team In 2013

The Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks Were The Most Penalized Team In 2013

Penalties are a good thing? Or, at least they don’t matter much if you’ve got the goods.

The Super Bowl XLVIII Champion Seattle Seahawks were the most penalized NFL team in 2013.

And the runner-ups, the Denver Broncos, were the second most penalized team in 2013.

The Seahawks were far ahead of the pack, the only team with over 150 penalty flags thrown – and also had the third most defensive and most offensive penalties. Seattle had over 80 offensive penalties while the next nine teams all ranged in the 60’s.

Denver was flagged 20 fewer times overall, but had more defensive penalties than Seattle. The Broncos had the second most on that side of the ball.

First in defensive penalties? The St. Louis Rams. Mr. Fisher?

Below find all 32 teams’ total, offensive and defensive penalties from last season.

More penalty knowledge? How about teams with the most total team penalties from 2007-2012?

You can also check out my source now and throughout the season – nflpenalties.com – where they break things down even further.

TOTAL PENALTIES

TEAM TOTAL PENALTIES
1. Seattle Seahawks 152
2. Denver Broncos 132
3. St. Louis Rams 123
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 121
5. San Francisco 49ers 117
6. Oakland Raiders 116
7. Baltimore Ravens 112
7. Houston Texans 112
9. Buffalo Bills 110
9. Detroit Lions 110
9. New Orleans Saints 110
12. New York Jets 108
12. San Diego Chargers 108
14. Cincinnati Bengals 106
15. Cleveland Browns 104
16. Kansas City Chiefs 103
17. Dallas Cowboys 102
18. Tennessee Titans 101
19. Philadelphia Eagles 99
19. Washington Redskins 99
21. Arizona Cardinals 96
21. Jacksonville Jaguars 96
23. Atlanta Falcons 91
23. New York Giants 91
25. Green Bay Packers 89
26. Carolina Panthers 88
27. Chicago Bears 85
28. Pittsburgh Steelers 76
29. New England Patriots 75
30. Indianapolis Colts 74
31. Minnesota Vikings 70
32. Miami Dolphins 69

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OFFENSIVE PENALTIES

TEAM OFFENSIVE PENALTIES
1. Seattle Seahawks 84
2. New Orleans Saints 69
3. Oakland Raiders 66
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 65
5. San Diego Chargers 63
6. Washington Redskins 62
7. Baltimore Ravens 61
7. Cleveland Browns 61
9. Denver Broncos 60
9. San Francisco 49ers 60
11. New York Jets 59
12. Kansas City Chiefs 56
12. Philadelphia Eagles 56
14. Tennessee Titans 54
15. Jacksonville Jaguars 51
15. Atlanta Falcons 51
17. Cincinnati Bengals 50
18. Buffalo Bills 49
19. Green Bay Packers 48
20. Houston Texans 47
21. Dallas Cowboys 45
22. New York Giants 44
23. Detroit Lions 42
23. Chicago Bears 42
25. Arizona Cardinals 41
26. Pittsburgh Steelers 40
27. St. Louis Rams 39
27. New England Patriots 39
29. Carolina Panthers 37
30. Indianapolis Colts 35
31. Minnesota Vikings 30
31. Miami Dolphins 30

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DEFENSIVE PENALTIES

TEAM DEFENSIVE PENALTIES
1. St. Louis Rams 84
2. Denver Broncos 72
3. Detroit Lions 68
3. Seattle Seahawks 68
5. Houston Texans 65
6. Buffalo Bills 61
7. Dallas Cowboys 57
7. San Francisco 49ers 57
9. Cincinnati Bengals 56
9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 56
11. Arizona Cardinals 55
12. Baltimore Ravens 51
12. Carolina Panthers 51
14. Oakland Raiders 50
15. New York Jets 49
16. Kansas City Chiefs 47
16. New York Giants 47
16. Tennessee Titans 47
19. Jacksonville Jaguars 45
19. San Diego Chargers 45
21. Chicago Bears 43
21. Cleveland Browns 43
21. Philadelphia Eagles 43
24. Green Bay Packers 41
24. New Orleans Saints 41
26. Atlanta Falcons 40
26. Minnesota Vikings 40
28. Indianapolis Colts 39
28. Miami Dolphins 39
30. Washington Redskins 37
31. New England Patriots 36
31. Pittsburgh Steelers 36

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From Super Bowl Winners to…? How Every Championship Team Fared the Following Season

 CHRONOLOGICAL

SUPER BOWL SEASON (YEAR OF SB) SUPER BOWl WINNER NEXT SEASON RECORD NEXT SEASON RESULT/PLAYOFFS
1. I 1966 (1967) Green Bay Packers 9-4-1 Won Super Bowl II
2. II 1967 (1968) Green Bay Packers 6-7-1 3rd in NFL Central (No Playoffs)
3. III 1968 (1969) New York Jets 10-4-0 (AFL) Lost East Division Round (AFL)
4. IV 1969 (1970) Kansas City Chiefs 7-5-2 2nd in AFC West (No Playoffs)
5. V 1970 (1971) Baltimore Colts 10-4-0 Lost AFC Conf. Champ.
6. VI 1971 (1972) Dallas Cowboys 10-4-0 Lost NFC Conf. Champ.
7. VII 1972 (1973) Miami Dolphins 12-2-0 Won Super Bowl VIII
8. VIII 1973 (1974) Miami Dolphins 11-3-0 Lost AFC Division Round
9. IX 1974 (1975) Pittsburgh Steelers 12-2-0 Won Super Bowl X
10. X 1975 (1976) Pittsburgh Steelers 10-4-0 Lost AFC Conf. Champ.
11. XI 1976 (1977) Oakland Raiders 11-3-0 Lost AFC Conf. Champ.
12. XII 1977 (1978) Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Lost Super Bowl XIII
13. XIII 1978 (1979) Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4-0 Won Super Bowl XIV
14. XIV 1979 (1980) Pittsburgh Steelers 9-7-0 3rd in AFC Central (No Playoffs)
15. XV 1980 (1981) Oakland Raiders 7-9-0 4th in AFC West (No Playoffs)
16. XVI 1981 (1982) San Francisco 49ers 3-6-0 3rd in NFC West (No Playoffs)
17. XVII 1982 (1983) Washington Redskins 14-2-0 Lost Super Bowl XVIII
18. XVIII 1983 (1984) Los Angeles Raiders 11-5-0 Lost AFC Wild Card
19. XIX 1984 (1985) San Francisco 49ers 10-6-0 Lost NFC Wild Card
20. XX 1985 (1986) Chicago Bears 14-2-0 Lost NFC Division Round
21. XXI 1986 (1987) New York Giants 6-9-0 Last in NFC East (No Playoffs)
22. XXII 1987 (1988) Washington Redskins 7-9-0 3rd in NFC East (No Playoffs)
23. XXIII 1988 (1989) San Francisco 49ers 14-2-0 Won Super Bowl XXIV
24. XXIV 1989 (1990) San Francisco 49ers 14-2-0 Lost NFC Conf. Champ.
25. XXV 1990 (1991) New York Giants 8-8-0 4th in NFC East (No Playoffs)
26. XXVI 1991 (1992) Washington Redskins 9-7-0 Lost NFC Division Round
27. XXVII 1992 (1993) Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Won Super Bowl XXXVIII
28. XXVIII 1993 (1994) Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Lost NFC Conf. Champ.
29. XXIX 1994 (1995) San Francisco 49ers 11-5-0 Lost NFC Division Round
30. XXX 1995 (1996) Dallas Cowboys 10-6-0 Lost NFC Division Round
31. XXXI 1996 (1997) Green Bay Packers 13-3-0 Lost Super Bowl XXXII
32. XXXII 1997 (1998) Denver Broncos 14-2-0 Won Super Bowl XXXIII
33. XXXIII 1998 (1999) Denver Broncos 6-10-0 Last in AFC West (No Playoffs)
34. XXXIV 1999 (2000) St. Louis Rams 10-6-0 Lost NFC Wild Card
35. XXXV 2000 (2001) Baltimore Ravens 10-6-0 Lost AFC Division Round
36. XXXVI 2001 (2002) New England Patriots 9-7-0 1st in AFC East, Lost Tiebreaker (No Playoffs)
37. XXXVII 2002 (2003) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7-9-0 3rd in NFC South
38. XXXVIII 2003 (2004) New England Patriots 14-2-0 Won Super Bowl XXXIX
39. XXXIX 2004 (2005) New England Patriots 10-6-0 Lost AFC Division Round
40. XL 2005 (2006) Pittsburgh Steelers 8-8-0 2nd in AFC North (No Playoffs)
41. XLI 2006 (2007) Indianapolis Colts 13-3-0 Lost AFC Division Round
42. XLII 2007 (2008) New York Giants 12-4-0 Lost NFC Division Round
43. XLIII 2008 (2009) Pittsburgh Steelers 9-7-0 2nd in AFC North (No Playoffs)
44. XLIV 2009 (2010) New Orleans Saints 11-5-0 Lost NFC Wild Card
45. XLV 2010 (2011) Green Bay Packers 15-1-0 Lost NFC Division Round
46. XLVI 2011 (2012) New York Giants 9-7-0 2nd in NFC East (No Playoffs)
47. XLVII 2012 (2013) Baltimore Ravens 8-8-0 2nd in AFC North (No Playoffs)
48. XLVIII 2013 (2014) Seattle Seahawks TBD TBD

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MADE PLAYOFFS FOLLOWING SEASON (32 TEAMS)

SUPER BOWL SEASON (YEAR OF SB) SB WINNER NEXT SEASON RECORD NEXT SEASON RESULT/PLAYOFFS
I 1966 (1967) Green Bay Packers 9-4-1 Won Super Bowl II
VII 1972 (1973) Miami Dolphins 12-2-0 Won Super Bowl VIII
IX 1974 (1975) Pittsburgh Steelers 12-2-0 Won Super Bowl X
XIII 1978 (1979) Pittsburgh Steelers 12-4-0 Won Super Bowl XIV
XXIII 1988 (1989) San Francisco 49ers 14-2-0 Won Super Bowl XXIV
XXXII 1997 (1998) Denver Broncos 14-2-0 Won Super Bowl XXXIII
XXXVIII 2003 (2004) New England Patriots 14-2-0 Won Super Bowl XXXIX
XXVII 1992 (1993) Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Won Super Bowl XXXVIII
XII 1977 (1978) Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Lost Super Bowl XIII
XVII 1982 (1983) Washington Redskins 14-2-0 Lost Super Bowl XVIII
XXXI 1996 (1997) Green Bay Packers 13-3-0 Lost Super Bowl XXXII
V 1970 (1971) Baltimore Colts 10-4-0 Lost AFC Conf. Champ.
VI 1971 (1972) Dallas Cowboys 10-4-0 Lost NFC Conf. Champ.
X 1975 (1976) Pittsburgh Steelers 10-4-0 Lost AFC Conf. Champ.
XI 1976 (1977) Oakland Raiders 11-3-0 Lost AFC Conf. Champ.
XXIV 1989 (1990) San Francisco 49ers 14-2-0 Lost NFC Conf. Champ.
XXVIII 1993 (1994) Dallas Cowboys 12-4-0 Lost NFC Conf. Champ.
III 1968 (1969) New York Jets 10-4-0 (AFL) Lost East Division Round (AFL)
VIII 1973 (1974) Miami Dolphins 11-3-0 Lost AFC Division Round
XX 1985 (1986) Chicago Bears 14-2-0 Lost NFC Division Round
XXVI 1991 (1992) Washington Redskins 9-7-0 Lost NFC Division Round
XXIX 1994 (1995) San Francisco 49ers 11-5-0 Lost NFC Division Round
XXX 1995 (1996) Dallas Cowboys 10-6-0 Lost NFC Division Round
XXXV 2000 (2001) Baltimore Ravens 10-6-0 Lost AFC Division Round
XXXIX 2004 (2005) New England Patriots 10-6-0 Lost AFC Division Round
XLI 2006 (2007) Indianapolis Colts 13-3-0 Lost AFC Division Round
XLII 2007 (2008) New York Giants 12-4-0 Lost NFC Division Round
XLV 2010 (2011) Green Bay Packers 15-1-0 Lost NFC Division Round
XVIII 1983 (1984) Los Angeles Raiders 11-5-0 Lost AFC Wild Card
XIX 1984 (1985) San Francisco 49ers 10-6-0 Lost NFC Wild Card
XXXIV 1999 (2000) St. Louis Rams 10-6-0 Lost NFC Wild Card
XLIV 2009 (2010) New Orleans Saints 11-5-0 Lost NFC Wild Card

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NO PLAYOFFS FOLLOWING SEASON (15 TEAMS + 1 TBD)

SUPER BOWL SEASON (YEAR OF SB) SB WINNER NEXT SEASON RECORD NEXT SEASON RESULT
XXXVI 2001 (2002) New England Patriots 9-7-0 1st in AFC East, Lost Tiebreaker
XLIII 2008 (2009) Pittsburgh Steelers 9-7-0 2nd in AFC North
XLVI 2011 (2012) New York Giants 9-7-0 2nd in NFC East
XIV 1979 (1980) Pittsburgh Steelers 9-7-0 3rd in AFC Central
IV 1969 (1970) Kansas City Chiefs 7-5-2 2nd in AFC West
XL 2005 (2006) Pittsburgh Steelers 8-8-0 2nd in AFC North
XLVII 2012 (2013) Baltimore Ravens 8-8-0 2nd in AFC North
XXV 1990 (1991) New York Giants 8-8-0 4th in NFC East
XXII 1987 (1988) Washington Redskins 7-9-0 3rd in NFC East
XXXVII 2002 (2003) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7-9-0 3rd in NFC South
XV 1980 (1981) Oakland Raiders 7-9-0 4th in AFC West
II 1967 (1968) Green Bay Packers 6-7-1 3rd in NFL Central
XXI 1986 (1987) New York Giants 6-9-0 Last in NFC East
XXXIII 1998 (1999) Denver Broncos 6-10-0 Last in AFC West
XVI 1981 (1982) San Francisco 49ers 3-6-0 3rd in NFC West
XLVIII 2013 (2014) Seattle Seahawks TBD TBD

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