Ultra-talented quarterbacks, combined with NFL officials instituting rule changes that have hindered defenses, have produced some of the highest scoring offenses in the NFL's 94-year history.
Four of the five highest-scoring teams from the 47-year Super Bowl era, five of the top six if the Broncos end up averaging 35 or more points, have come in the past six seasons.
The all-time highest scoring offense was the 1950 Los Angeles Rams, who averaged 38.8 points in a 12-game season. Scoring more than 60 points twice that season, the '50 Rams were led by 24-year-old future Hall of Fame quarterback Norm Van Brocklin and tight end Tom Fears.
The next three highest-scoring offenses played the past six years. The 2007 Tom Brady-led Patriots were the highest-scoring offense in 63 years. That team finished 16-0 but was upset by the New York Giants in the Super Bowl.
The 2011 Packers are third all-time on the points-per-game list, followed by the 2012 Patriots. The 2011 Saints are fifth in the Super Bowl era.
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