NFC North Stats: Week 4

Continuing our season-long look at comparative team stats among NFC North franchises, we’re at Week-4, the first quarter of the season. As a reminder, here’s what we’ve been looking at, stat-wise, since Week-1:

  • Total offensive yards
  • Total points scored
  • Third down efficiency
  • Redzone efficiency
  • Quarterback sacks allowed
  • Quarterback hits allowed
  • Yards allowed
  • Defensive sacks
  • Defensive quarterback hits
  • Defensive stops on third down
  • Team penalties
  • Turnovers

You can view the current stat sheet here. Here’s the way things shake out in the NFC North after four weeks:

  • Packers lead in total yards (1,717) followed by the Lions (1,503), Vikings (1247) and Bears (1231).
  • Packers lead in total points (148) followed by the Lions (135), Bears (94) and Vikings (77).
  • Packers lead in 3rd down efficiency (53.5%) followed by the Vikings (36.5%), Lions (30.8%) and Bears (27%).
  • Packers lead in redzone efficiency (67%) followed by the Bears (58.3%), Lions (54%) and Vikings (43.3%).
  • Bears have given up the most QB sacks/hits (15 and 23), followed by the Vikings (10 and 15), Packers (7 and 13) and Lions (5 and 19).
  • Bears and Packers have given up the most turnovers (5), with the Lions and Vikings tied at 3.
  • The Bears defense has allowed the most yards (1,703) followed by the Packers (1,627), Vikings (1,450) and Lions (1,337).
  • Vikings have the most defensive QB sacks/hits (12 and 21) followed by the Packers (11 and 20), Lions (9 and 14) and Bears (8 and 15).
  • Bears lead in defensive stops on 3rd down (70%) followed by the Lions (68%), Packers (53.9%) and Vikings (53.6%).
  • Packers have created the most turnovers (9) followed by the Lions (7), with Vikings and Bears tied at 3.
  • Packers lead with fewest penalties (23) followed by the Lions and Bears tied at 29 and Vikings (33).

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