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Team Touchdown to Interception Ratio: 2016 NFL Season

Team Touchdown to Interception Ratio measures the number of passing touchdowns a team has for each passing interception, which is calculated by simply dividing passing touchdowns into intercepted passes. Generally speaking a ratio over 2 is considered to be very good, meanwhile anything over 4 is 'elite'.


CHANGE SEASON: 
Team Touchdown to Interception Ratio
RankTeamTDINTTD-INT Ratio
1New England Patriots32216.00
2Atlanta Falcons3875.43
3Green Bay Packers4085.00
4Dallas Cowboys2564.17
5Oakland Raiders2974.14
6Minnesota Vikings2054.00
7Tennessee Titans29112.64
8New Orleans Saints38152.53
9Buffalo Bills1772.43
10Detroit Lions24102.40
11Kansas City Chiefs1982.38
12Cincinnati Bengals1882.25
13Pittsburgh Steelers33152.20
14Indianapolis Colts32152.13
15San Francisco 49ers21102.10
16Washington Redskins25122.08
17Seattle Seahawks23121.92
18Denver Broncos20111.82
19Miami Dolphins27151.80
20Arizona Cardinals28171.65
21New York Giants26161.63
22Tampa Bay Buccaneers29181.61
23San Diego Chargers33211.57
24Jacksonville Jaguars24161.50
25Baltimore Ravens20161.25
26Philadelphia Eagles16141.14
27Carolina Panthers21191.11
28Cleveland Browns15141.07
29Chicago Bears19191.00
30Houston Texans15160.94
31Los Angeles Rams14200.70
32New York Jets16250.64
Team Touchdown to Interception Ratio By Season:
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