A statistical comparison of the 49ers and the Patriots vs. common opponents

It will be interesting to see how the 49ers-Patriots game actually plays out next Sunday night, but in the meantime here are some comparative statistics for both teams vs. common opponents.

49ers are averaging 25.7 points; Pats are averaging 34.5 ppg.

49ers are averaging 11 drives per game; Pats averaging 12.1 drives.

49ers are scoring TDs on 27.2% of its series; Pats are scoring TDs on 32.9% of its series.

49ers are kicking field goals on 14.2% of its series; Pats are kicking FGs on 17.5% of its series.

49ers are scoring on 57.6% of its red zone opportunities; Pats are scoring on 66.6% of its red zone opportunities.

49ers are giving up 9.3 points per game; Pats are allowing 21.3 ppg.

49ers opponents are averaging 10.5 drives per game; Pats opponents are averaging 12.3 drives per game.

49ers opponents are scoring TDs on 6.7% of its series; Pats opponents are scoring TDs on 19.1% of its series.

49ers opponents are kicking field goals on 12.1% of its series; Pats opponents are kicking FGs on 12.1% of its series.

49ers opponents are scoring on 30% of its red zone opportunities; Pats opponents are scoring on 54.1% of its red zone opportunities.

49ers have a point differential of a + 16.4 points per game vs. opponents; Pats have a differential of +13.2 ppg vs. opponents.

Home field advantage on average is worth 3 points.

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