Now that the offseason is here, NFL Research is compiling 10 key stats for each team.
Here are 10 statistics that defined the 2016 Philadelphia Eagles:
Philadelphia went 1-6 in one-possession games.
After recording a passer rating of 100+ in three of his first four NFL games, Wentz had a passer rating of below 100 in each of his final 12 games.
From Week 6 through the end of the season, Carson Wentz had a 72.3 passer rating, the worst in the league among 30 qualified passers.
The Eagles were 7-0 when they allowed fewer than 20 points this season, while they were 0-9 when they allowed 20+ points.
The Eagles' defense allowed a touchdown on just 45.1 percent of opponents' red zone trips in 2016 (third-best red zone defense in NFL).
The Eagles allowed 10.4 fewer points per game at home in 2016 (15.5 PPg allowed at home, 25.9 PPG allowed on the road).
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