This may well become the best Panthers offense in history, but that may not mean a winning record. They set a Panthers franchise record Sunday, with 543 yards of offense, but still lost to the Bears 34-29. The Panthers only had to punt the ball twice, and failed to convert on a 4th and 12 with around 2:OO left in the game. Other than that, they only failed to score, or at least attempt a FG on the drive ended by an int.
Here are the Panthers season offensive rankings.
3rd in offensive yards, with an average of 440.0 yards per game.
4th in yards per play, at 6.4 yards.
17th in points scored, with a 22.2 point per game average.
1st in receivers average YPC, at 14.3.
2nd in passes of 20 yards or more, with 25.
3rd passing yards per game, at a 334.8 yard average.
3rd in receiving yards, with 1,386 yards.
4th in passes of 40 or more yards, with 4.
4th in YPA, at a 8.5 yard average.
7th in fewest QB hits allowed, with 14.
9th in pass completions, with 97.
13th in sacks allowed, with 8.
17th in passing TD's with 5.
23rd in completition percentage, at 59.5%.
10th in runs of 20 or more yards, with 3.
14th (Tied) in most runs of 40 yards or more, with 0.
16th in yards ruching per game, at 105.2 yards.
17th in YPC, at a 4.1 yard average.
17th in rushing attempts, with 102 carries.
Effectiveness Of Rushing Attempts To Different Parts Of The O-Line:
6th on runs to the left side of the O-Line of 10 or more yards, with 6.
4th on runs to the left side of the O-Line that lose yardage, with 4.
21st on runs to the center of the O-Line of 10 or more yards, with 1.
24th on runs to the center of the O-Line that lose yardage, with 4.
6th on runs to the right side of the O-line of 10 or more yards, with 6.
4th on runs to the right side of the O-Line that lose yardage, with 2.