2013 NFL Week 2 TOX Stats

The second week of the 2013 NFL season is now in the books and as expected, the TOX stats corrected from their 10-0 start in Week 1.

This week, the teams that had a plus two or better TOX stat finished 6-3 and that brings us a record of 16-3 (84.2%) after two weeks. The expected percentage at the end of the season is 80%.

The Pittsburgh Steelers were minus two against the Cincinnati Bengals and that equaled a loss just like it should.

Below the Week 2 numbers is the year-to-date numbers so that you can keep track of explosive plays and turnovers by team. We will be including these every week in the post.

Week 1 TOX Stats

WEEK2OFFENSEDEFENSEDIFFOFFENSEDEFENSEDIFFTOXW/L
TEAMP 20+R 20+P 20+R 20+DIFF 20+INTFUMINTFUMTO DIFFTOXW/L
SEA31013103247W
GB72324011004W
HOU611062000-24W
PHI90612000224L
NE2030-1003143W
CIN30300001122W
CLE30201000112L
KC30300000222W
MIN51321122212L
ARI40211100101W
ATL40310001011W
BUF322121110-11W
DEN2260-2014031W
IND50500100100L
JAC4005-1000110L
MIA50500011000W
NO40310201100W
OAK054010100-10W
TB31400112000L
CAR2132-210111-1L
DET2140-101100-1L
NYG602224001-3-1L
STL314001000-1-1L
BAL2030-10100-1-2W
CHI3251-12212-1-2W
DAL303000200-2-2L
PIT303001100-2-2L
NYJ302013100-4-3L
SD6190-20200-2-4W
TEN1061-600202-4L
WAS3272-410010-4L
SF0131-33210-4-7L
2013 YTDOFFENSEDEFENSEDIFFOFFENSEDEFENSEDIFFTOXW/L
TEAMP 20+R 20+P 20+R 20+DIFF 20+INTFUMINTFUMTO DIFFTOXW/L
SEA7112511345102-0
PHI1328160223391-1
HOU1113093010-272-0
NE533141233372-0
KC504010022452-0
DEN11212010360342-0
CLE805033011-120-2
NO906213022122-0
ARI604112112011-1
IND8072-11021211-1
MIN1028224333-110-2
CHI6281-13233102-0
CIN606002121001-1
DAL6090-31233301-1
DET7191-21241201-1
MIA80100-21140202-0
ATL7181-111200-11-1
OAK277022100-3-11-1
SF828113221-2-11-1
STL516002111-1-11-1
TB7181-122310-10-2
GB12211301210-2-21-1
NYJ716024211-4-21-1
PIT604022200-4-20-2
BUF3354-313220-31-1
JAC5025-22001-1-30-2
NYG1205257311-8-30-2
CAR3272-412120-40-2
TEN2091-800314-41-1
BAL80120-42102-1-51-1
SD81140-51210-2-71-1
WAS52114-83103-1-90-2

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  • natty

    i had been meaning to ask last season; but why not factor kick/punt
    returns into the equation? obviously a unique(to returns) standard yard #
    would have to be established. Would be interesting to see what that did
    to TOX numbers