Offensive Success Rate (OSR) tracks how well an offense has performed on any given play based on the down, distance, and result of the play. Success rate is a measure of how many plays gain 50% of needed yards on first down, 50% of needed yards on second down, or 100% of needed yards on third or fourth down.
Further in OSR stats, a standard down includes all 1st downs, 2nd down with 1-7 yards to go, or 3rd/4th downs with 1-4 yards to go. Meanwhile, passing downs are 2nd & 8 yards or more, as well as 3rd/4th downs & 5+ yards to go. Yardage gained on a QB scramble is considered yards gained on a passing play in the calculation. Offensive kneel-downs are not included.
Teams on bye weeks are represented by all zeros.
Week by Week Data
Here are the week 5 OSR stats:
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