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I would be curious to find out how the Panthers defense ranks in terms of points allowed from the first game in October on.

It looks like we are definitely higher ranked than Denver. Curious to see how high we rank.

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I'll look into it, I have a LOT of time on my hands.

Edit for results: Both teams had their Bye in Oct, but the Panthers held their opponents to 19 points while the Donkey's held theirs to 23.

Give me a bit and I'll compare the O's they faced.

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I am a very busy man, I can't be bothered with such trifles.

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Week 5

Panthers (vs Seahawks) allow 16

Broncos (@ Patriots) allow 31

Week 6

Panthers (Bye)

Broncos (@Chargers) allow 24

Week 7

Panthers (vs Cowboys) allow 19

Broncos (Bye)

Week 8

Panthers (@ Bears) allow 23

Broncos (@ Saints) allow 14

Week 9

Panthers (@Redskins) allow 13

Broncos (@ Bengals) allow 23

Totals

Panthers allow 71 (avg 17.75)

Broncos allow 92 (avg 23)

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Last 3

Panthers: 18.3

Broncos: 20.3

Overall

Panthers: 22.5

Broncos: 21.9

Cba to look up per game stats.

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NFCN

Lions: 18.5 PPG

Packers: 21.2 PPG

Minnesota: 25 PPG

Chicago: 14 PPG

NFCS

Carolina: 17.75 PPG

Tampa Bay: 23.5 PPG

New Orleans*: 28.66 PPG

Atlanta: 16.75 PPG

NFCE

Giants: 19.4 PPG

Eagles: 23.33 PPG

Redskins: 25 PPG

Dallas: 25.4

NFCW

Arizona: 22.4 PPG

San Francisco: 9.5 PPG

Seattle: 19.2 PPG

St Louis: 23.75 PPG

AFCN

Baltimore: 25.75 PPG

Pittsburgh: 17.8 PPG

Cincinnati: 26.5 PPG

Cleveland: 22.6 PPG

AFCS

Houston: 20.25 PPG

Jacksonville: 30.5 PPG

Indianpolis: 21.6 PPG

Tennessee: 31.4 PPG

AFCW

Denver: 23 PPG

Kansas City: 26 PPG

Oakland: 26 PPG

San Diego: 21.5 PPG

AFCE

New England: 19.5 PPG

New York: 14.75 PPG

Buffalo: 29.25 PPG

Miami: 14.75 PPG

I'm not guaranteeing 100% accuracy. Someone else can rank them.

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The broncos only giving up 13 to the saints is pretty impressive.

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Another tidbit- Hardy and Johnson with 8 sacks on the year (Tied for 3rd individually). Hardy is 4th overall in tackles @ 23, 4th in QB hits @ 11, and 4th in tackles for a loss @ 8. Doing this all in 7 games- everyone ahead of him has 8-9 games. Very, very impressive and encouraging.

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Week 5

Panthers (vs Seahawks) allow 16

Broncos (@ Patriots) allow 31

Week 6

Panthers (Bye)

Broncos (@Chargers) allow 24

Week 7

Panthers (vs Cowboys) allow 19

Broncos (Bye)

Week 8

Panthers (@ Bears) allow 23

Broncos (@ Saints) allow 14

Week 9

Panthers (@Redskins) allow 13

Broncos (@ Bengals) allow 23

Totals

Panthers allow 71 (avg 17.75)

Broncos allow 92 (avg 23)

Dont forget that seven points were on the offense in the BEARS game.

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