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What team is the Highest scoring team in NFL in 2009?


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2009-10-26 00:10:40
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New Orleans Saints... 248 points after 6 weeks!


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For the regular season, it was the New Orleans Saints with 510 points.

Morten Andersen with 2,544 points, which not only makes him the highest scoring kicker in NFL history, but also the highest scoring player in NFL history.

Teams still have four games to play in the 2009 season, but through 12 games the highest-scoring team is the Saints, with 440 points. They're on pace to break the regular season scoring record that was set by the 2007 Patriots.The second highest-scoring team is the Vikings, with 359.To put these numbers in perspective: the league average for cumulative scoring up to this point of the season is 257points.

In 1940 the Chicago Bears destroyed the Washington Redskins 73-0

The worst scoring NFL team this year is the Detroit Lions!!! Do you pay attention the the NFL?????!!!!!??????????????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!????????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The 1940 NFL Championship where the Chicago Bears beat the Washington Redskins 73-0.

Morten Andersen with 2544 and is also the highest scoring player of any position ever

The New Orleans Saints led the league in scoring in 2008, scoring 463 regular season points averaging 28.9 points per game.

Click on the 'NFL Scoring Leaders by Season' and 'NFL Touchdown Leaders by Season' links below to see the players that led the NFL in scoring and touchdowns in each NFL season.

The highest scoring game in NFL history combined was on November 27, 1966 when the Washington Redskins defeated the New York Giants 72-41 for a total of 113. The highest scoring game in NFL history for one team would be 73, when the Chicago Bears defeated the Washington Redskins 73-0 on December 8, 1940 in the NFL Championship Game.

The highest scoring by a team during a single regular season game in the NFL was the Washington Redskins on November 22, 1966 who scored 72 points against the New York Giants who scored 41 points.The highest score for a team in NFL history was in the 1940 NFL championship game when the Chicago Bears defeated the Washington Redskins 73-0.

The largest shutout in NFL history was in the 1940 NFL Championship game when the Chicago Bears defeated the Washington Redskins 73-0.

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This question does not call for your opinion; it calls for a fact.The highest scoring NFL game 2011 was the Packers v Detroit game with 86 total points (45 to 41).

In the NFL game Philidelphia Eagles vs. Washington Redskins on November 16th,2010 the game ended with Philidelphia scoring 84 points.

For the 1985 NFL season, the San Diego Chargers led the league in scoring offense with 467 points.

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In the 1940 NFL Championship Game, the Chicago Bears faced the Washington Redskins. The Bears demolished the other team, with a final score of 73-0 This is not only their highest scoring game, but it is an NFL record for the most points scored in one game and for the largest point difference.

Giants and redskins 72-41

The highest scoring Playoff game of all time was the Packers vs. the Cardinals. The Cardinals scored 51 and the Packers scored 45.

Highest Scoring NFL GameEver:With a combined score of 113, the NFL game with the highest ever combined score was played in regular season between the Washington Redskins and the New York Giants on November 27, 1966. The Redskins won 72-41.Other high scoring games:Highest scoring game (during playoffs): 96 points when the Arizona Cardinals beat the Green Bay Packers 51-45 on January 10, 2010.Highest score by one team (during playoffs): 73 points when the Chicago Bears beat the Washington Redskins 73-0 on December 8, 1940.

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