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From Pro Football Talk:

As noted by NBC’s Peter King in “Football Morning in America,” there were 1,249 points scored in the first two weeks of the 2017 season, a 39.03 per game average. Heading in to tonight’s game, there have been 1,465 points in 32 games, a 47.26 per game average.
That touchdown and a conversion difference can be explained by offseason rules changes, at least according to the players charged with stopping them.

Did any of you meatheads think scoring would go down with all the changes associated with the league on the defensive side? Of course you didn’t. Glad Peter King went out and did the number crunching because we would’ve never known any of this.

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