As we covered on Buffalobills.com today the Bills offense made a number of positive strides in 2015. Considering it was year one in a new system with a first-year starter at quarterback the results hold a lot of promise for 2016. Below we take a look at how the numbers put up by the offense in 2015 compare to that of a season ago under the previous regime.
Buffalo’s offense under Greg Roman was better in almost every single category in 2015 compared to 2014. Here’s a look at some of the most recognized statistical categories.
|Offensive categories||2014 season||2015 season|
|Total offense (yds/gm)||26th (318.5)||13th (361)|
|Yards per play||28th (5.0)||8th (5.7)|
|Rushing yds/game||25th (92.6)||1st (152)|
|Avg. yds/carry||26th (3.7)||1st (4.8)|
|Passing yds/game||18th (226)||28th (209)|
|Sacks/play||19th (39 total)||27th (42 total)|
|First downs||28th (273)||28th (297)|
|3rd down conv. Pct.||26th (36.7%)||21st (38%)|
|Points per game||18th (21.4)||12th (23.7)|
|Red zone TD pct.||29th (43%)||24th (50%)|
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