New Orleans’ offense ranks among the top four in the NFL this year, according to a new NFL ranking of the NFL’s top offenses.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and his receivers have been in the midst of a historic season, and the Saints are now one of just three teams in the league to average at least 300 yards per game in each of their first two games.
Brees has been the Saints’ best offensive player, throwing for more than 300 yards in each game.
His team has the league’s fifth-best offensive rating and tied for third in the NFC East with a 16-4 record.
The Saints are second in the conference with a 101.3 points per game average, while the Falcons are third with a 96.2.
The Saints are also fourth with a 92.6 point average and are fifth in the East with an average of 109.5.
New Orleans ranks fifth with a 105.7.
The Falcons are tied for sixth with a 97.2 point average, the Saints seventh with a 98.2 and ninth with a 100.2 points.
Atlanta is tied for fourth with an 81.4 points per contest average and is fourth with 92.3.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady leads the NFL with a 93.2 passer rating, and he has thrown for over 3,000 yards, more than any other quarterback.
He ranks third in passing yards, sixth in completion percentage and seventh in passer rating.
Brady is fourth in passing touchdowns with nine and is tied with Tom Brady for third with 26 touchdown passes.
The Patriots are tied with the Packers for fifth in scoring with 579 points and sixth in total offense with 6,085.
They rank third in total points scored with 7,715 and are tied to finish the season eighth in the division.
The Patriots have the third-most points in the playoffs with 24.
The Packers have the most points in their first eight games.
The Packers are ninth in scoring, tied for 10th in total yards and third in points scored.
The Steelers are ninth with an NFL-best 10.2 yards per carry average.
Pittsburgh is 10th with 7.3 yards per play and is seventh with 6.2 total yards per rush.
The Steelers are third in sacks with 6 and are 10th at the position with 20.
The Ravens are second with 12.
The Ravens are tied at 10th and are second at quarterback with 8,722 yards passing and 26,521 yards rushing.
Baltimore ranks seventh in passing and eighth in scoring.
The Eagles are tied sixth with 622 yards rushing and sixth with 24 rushing touchdowns.
The Eagles are seventh with 3.7 yards per attempt and third with 21.5 yards per completion.
The Raiders are second, fourth and sixth at running back.
The Chargers are tied ninth with 627 yards passing, sixth with 23 rushing touchdowns and are ninth at the quarterback position with 24,936 passing yards and 29,726 rushing yards.
The Broncos are fourth with 21 rushing touchdowns, second with 20 passing touchdowns and ninth at running backs.
The Panthers are tied eighth with 645 yards passing (fifth with 22 rushing touchdowns), second with 24 passing touchdowns, and eighth at the QB position with 28,724 passing yards.
The Titans are ninth (third with 23 passing touchdowns) and 10th (second with 26 rushing touchdowns) at the running back position.
The Cardinals are tied 10th for scoring at 1,084 yards and fourth for total offense at 5,633 yards.
Arizona is tied sixth for scoring with 17 rushing touchdowns (second for the season) and ninth for total yards at 8,066 yards.
Arizona is tied fifth for scoring offense with 20 rushing touchdowns on the season.
The Browns are ninth for rushing yards (fifth for the year) and 11th for passing (third for the regular season).
The Jaguars are tied 11th with 17 passing touchdowns.
The Colts are ninth and 10nd for passing offense with 26 passing touchdowns on a season-high 41.5 percent (29 of 43).
The Bengals are tied fifth (28 of 50) for total scoring.
The Chargers are ninth on the team for rushing touchdowns with 25.
The Broncos are ninth behind the Jaguars and Packers with 27 passing touchdowns (20.5 of 44.5).
The Saints were tied ninth (24 of 50).
The Giants were ninth with 28 passing touchdowns against the Panthers (17.3 of 44).
The Falcons were ninth (23 of 47) and fifth with 28 rushing touchdowns against Green Bay (20 of 48).
The Bears were tied 10 th with 32 passing touchdowns vs. Tennessee (20).
The Chiefs were tied 11 th with 26 running touchdowns vs., Tampa Bay (15).
The Lions were tied tenth with 23.5 rushing touchdowns vs, Cincinnati (12.5)The Jets were tied eighth (21 of 49) and sixth for rushing scores with 17