in the entire NFL at 367.8yds/game. Some other interesting tidbits- While only 16th in passing offense, we do lead Cincy, Seattle, Carolina, Pittsburgh and KC (albeit w/ Green out) and are only a .5yds/game behind Dallas. We are 3rd in rushing yds./game in the NFL with 154, but are far behind 1 and 2 - Atlanta @ 234/game and SD @ 195/game. The vaunted Denver running is 4th. Even with all our 'struggles' we are 11th in scoring with 22pts/game. the Jets lead the AFC East in scoring with 24/game. As Mike Reiss noted yesterday - the Pats are 7th in the NFL in scoring Defense at 16pts/game. The surprise in this category? KC at number 6. Josh Miller and the punting squad, far and away lead the league with 13 punts downed inside the 20. the next best is 10. 20 other teams don't even have 7. Interestingly, while we are middle of the pack in yards allowed per rushing attempt with 3.7, the Pats are ahead of two notable defenses in the Bears (4.0/carry) and Denver (3.9/carry). Of course, the Bears have only allowed ONE OFFENSIVE TD in 4 games! LoMo's 4.9yds/rushing attempt leads all NFL backs with at least 60 carries. (Tatum Bell with 58 carries does avg. 5.1/carry.) In this category Maroney leads such notables as Addai, Dunn, Portis, Barber, Larry and Rudi Johnson. L.T., Kevin Jones, Parker, and McGahee. Brady has only been sacked 4 times, tied for second fewest. Culpepper leads the way with 21 (no one else has more than 15) times sacked and 150 yds lost. Brady is tied for third with 6 TD passes. Pennington leads the AFC East with a 102.3 QB Rating, Brady is next at 80.7. Only McNabb and Grossman lead Pennington's 8.3yds/passing attempt. David Carr is the NFL's highest rated passer @ 108.9. The Colts are allowing 155yds/game rushing - only two teams are worse.