I should probably point something out before you guys go calculating run/pass ratios from either pfr or ESPN, comparing them and coming up with different numbers. In both pfr and ESPN, you'll notice that total passing attempts for Miami is 602 as danmarino said and not 635 as in Carmen's post above: https://www.pro-football-reference.com/years/2017/ http://www.espn.com/nfl/statistics/team/_/stat/passing/seasontype/2 Yet both agree with the 360 total rushing attempts. So what's going on here? NFL defines a sack as only occurring on passing attempts, yet no one seems to include that in the "passing attempts" category. However, when stats are combined, like when run-pass ratio is computed, they DO combine listed passing attempts + sacks. Miami had 33 sacks, so you get that 635 from 602+33. And as far as NE is concerned, that 767 attempts you see in Carmen's graph includes postseason, which btw is very BAD practice from a statistical standpoint because they're equating different sample sizes (16 regular season games for those that didn't make the postseason vs. more for playoff teams). So personally I'd prefer to list run-pass ratios including sacks as passing attempts but ONLY from the regular season. Much cleaner data for analysis purposes.