A new study out of the University of Illinois at Chicago shows that teams that finish first in the country in points per game are actually the worst team in the league.
According to the study, the teams with the worst points per possession are the ones that are also the worst teams in the NFL.
The study was based on the points per shot (PPP) metric, which measures the percentage of shots a team scores, whether or not they’re a field goal attempt or a blocked field goal.
It shows that the teams that have the lowest average points per attempt are the teams who have the fewest PPPs.
Teams that finish last in PPP are also in the bottom third of the league in points allowed per shot.
The worst teams are also those who have a negative average points-per-shot percentage.
The teams with worst PPP also have the most total shots allowed per game.
The bottom three teams in total shots-allowed per game (the worst team, bottom third) are also teams that are ranked second and third in PPG, while teams ranked fifth and sixth are ranked third and fourth.
This chart shows the top-ranked teams in PPA per game and the worst PPA-per game teams, as well as their PPP.
Teams ranked first in PPM are also ranked in the top three in PVP.
The study, titled “Team-by-Team Comparisons: A Proportionality Approach to Understanding and Solving Optimal Team Performance,” was published on August 11th in the Journal of Sports Management.
The article is written by the U of I’s Joel Zimbalist and David Gartner.
The team behind the study is led by Jiaxin Chen, who holds degrees in economics and sports management.
Chen is also the president of the Institute for Sports Management Research, a research organization at the University at Buffalo.
To get an idea of how bad the teams in this study are, here are the top four teams in points-for-game, PPP and points-allowed-per shot: New York Giants (7th) New York Jets (12th) San Francisco 49ers (15th) Seattle Seahawks (21st) Minnesota Vikings (27th) Washington Redskins (31st) Pittsburgh Steelers (33rd) Houston Texans (37th) Atlanta Falcons (40th) The worst PPG-per player-per night team is the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Seahawks and Falcons are both in the same range.
I would argue that if you can’t win by shooting over 40% of your field goal attempts, you’re probably not doing enough to win.
The study doesn’t actually look at how teams perform offensively or defensively.
It just looks at the percentage points of those attempts that are taken by teams.
For example, if a team is scoring 20 points per 100 shots, and that team has three players that average 15.5 points per night, that team would have a shot at winning by 3.6 points per point of PPP, which is a very poor shot at the moment.
As you can see, the 49ers are ranked 14th in total PPM, with the Seahawks and Eagles in the lower-mid-30s in PPPM.
If you look at the best teams in terms of PPG per night (ranked first), you’ll find the Giants and Falcons at 17th and 18th, respectively.
The Rams are in the middle of the pack in total points per PPM at 9th.
That team has four players that score 16.2 points per hour, which isn’t too bad at all, but it’s a bit lower than the teams ranked 15th and 20th in PPS.