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October 25, 2007
Pats by numbers
By Mike Reiss, Globe Staff
A look at the Patriots by the numbers:
279 -- The number of points the team has scored this season, which leads the NFL and is more than six clubs scored in all of last season.
39.9 -- The average number of points per game the Patriots have scored this season.
29.5 -- The franchise record for most points per game in a full season (1961).
36 -- The number of touchdowns the Patriots have scored this season.
21 -- The number of seasons in team history in which the Patriots scored fewer than 36 touchdowns.
9 -- The number of passing touchdowns that Tom Brady needs to pass Steve Grogan (182) and become the franchise's all-time touchdown pass leader.
6 -- The number of victories Bill Belichick needs to reach 100 wins in his regular season and playoff career as Patriots head coach.
3 -- The number of touchdown receptions that Randy Moss needs to pass Stanley Morgan's total of 12 in 1979 and become the Patriots' single-season touchdown reception leader.
1 -- The number of interceptions that CB Asante Samuel needs to reach 20 for his career, when he would become the 11th player in team history to accomplish the feat.
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