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Part Two-2011 National Football League player demographics

Part Two-2011 National Football League player demographics

 

October 19, 2011

 

Using National Football League roster data posted on Yahoo sports as of Wednesday, October 19, 2011, there are:

 

1816 players on the 32 NFL teams

 

The combined weight of all 1816 players is 446,413 pounds. (245.82 lb. average)

 

AFC East

The combined weight of the 59 players on the Bills is 14,517 pounds. (246.05 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 54 players on the Dolphins is 13,685 pounds. (253.43 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 57 players on the Jets is 14,169 pounds. (248.58 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 58 players on the Patriots is 14,321 pounds. (246.91 lb. average)

 

AFC North

The combined weight of the 56 players on the Bengals is 13,836 pounds. (247.07 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 56 players on the Browns is 13,629 pounds. (243.38 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 56 players on the Ravens is 13,861 pounds. (247.52 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 55 players on the Steelers is 13,604 pounds. (247.35 lb. average)

 

AFC South

The combined weight of the 56 players on the Colts is 13,665 pounds. (244.02 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 59 players on the Jaguars is 14,450 pounds. (244.92 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 56 players on the Texans is 13,628 pounds. (243.36 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 56 players on the Titans is 13,606 pounds. (242.96 lb. average)

 

AFC West

The combined weight of the 59 players on the Broncos is 14,488 pounds. (245.56 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 58 players on the Chargers is 14,351 pounds. (247.43 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 58 players on the Chiefs is 14,181 pounds. (244.50 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 61 players on the Raiders is 14,942 pounds. (244.95 lbs. average)

 

NFC East

The combined weight of the 54 players on the Cowboys is 13,482 pounds. (249.67 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 55 players on the Eagles is 13,497 pounds. (245.40 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 61 players on the Giants is 15,046 pounds. (246.66 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 54 players on the Redskins is 13,414 pounds. (248.41 lb. average)

 

NFC North

The combined weight of the 54 players on the Chicago Bears is 13,204 pounds. (244.52 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 56 players on the Lions is 13,520 pounds. (241.43 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 56 players on the Packers is 13,970 pounds. (249.46 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 54 players on the Vikings is 13,241 pounds. (245.20 lb. average)

 

NFC South

The combined weight of the 57 players on the Buccaneers is 13,974 pounds. (245.16 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 53 players on the Falcons is 12,996 pounds. (245.21 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 60 players on the Panthers is 14,791 pounds. (246.52 lbs. average)

The combined weight of the 56 players on the Saints is 13,632 pounds. (243.43 lb. average)

 

 

 

NFC West

The combined weight of the 58 players on the San Francisco 49ers is 14,098 lbs.  (243.07 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 57 players on the Cardinals is 13,952 pounds. (244.77 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 60 players on the Rams is 14,503 pounds. (241.72 lb. average)

The combined weight of the 57 players on the Seahawks is 14,160 pounds. (248.42 lb. average)

 

Of the 89 quarterbacks:

 

Only 12 are 6 feet 1 inches tall or shorter

Seneca Wallace age 31 (Browns-Iowa State) is the shortest at 5 feet 11 inches.

 

The AFC North has 4 of the 12 shortest quarterbacks.

Seneca Wallace (Browns)

Colt McCoy (Browns)

Tyrod Taylor (Ravens)

Bruce Gradkowski (Bengals)

 

Of  the 89 quarterbacks:

79 played div 1-a college football

7 played div 1-aa college football

3 played div 2 college football

 

QB John Kitna (Cowboys) played at div 2 Central Washington

QB Tony Romo (Cowboys) played at div 1-aa Eastern Illinois

The Cowboys’ third quarterback, Stephen McGee, played at div 1-a Texas A&M.

 

11 colleges supplied 2 quarterbacks. 

Auburn (Jason Campbell, Cam Newton)

Boston College (Matt Hasselbeck, Matt Ryan)

Brigham Young (John Beck, Max Hall)

California (Kyle Boller, Aaron Rodgers)

Florida (Rex Grossman, Tim Tebow)

Fresno State (David Carr, Billy Volek)

Iowa State (Sage Rosenfels, Seneca Wallace)

Michigan State (Brian Hoyer, Drew Stanton)

Michigan (Tom Brady, Chad Henne)

Missouri (Chase Daniel, Blaine Gabbert)

Notre Dame (Jimmy Clausen, Brady Quinn)

Oregon State (Derek Anderson, Matt Moore)

Oregon, (Dennis Dixon, A.J. Feeley)

Texas (Colt McCoy, Vince Young)

Virginia Tech (Tyrod Taylor, Michael Vick)

Washington (Mark Brunell, Jake Locker)

 

One College supplied three quarterbacks.

Purdue (Drew Brees, Kyle Orton, Curtis Painter)

 

One College supplied four quarterbacks.

USC (Carson Palmer, Matt Cassel, Matt Leinart, Mark Sanchez)

 

Of the 1816 total players:

249 colleges and universities supplied at least one player.

1 player did not attend college.

 

116 of the 120 div 1-a schools supplied at least one player.

The four that did not are Air Force, Army, Navy, Western Kentucky.

 

77 of the 124 div 1-aa schools supplied at least one player.

 

The colleges that supplied the most are:

Auburn (29)

California Berkeley (29)

Florida (31)

Georgia (35)

Iowa (33)

Louisiana State (39)

Maryland (29)

Miami-FL (45)

Ohio State (38)

Tennessee (33)

Texas (44)

USC (43)

 

If we designate place kickers as offensive players, punters as defensive players, and special team players with their offensive or defensive designation we have:

 

912 defensive players weighing a total of 219,797 pounds. (241.01 lb. average)

904 offensive players weighing a total of 226,616 pounds. (250.68 lb. average)

 

The colleges supplying the most defensive backs are:

California Berkeley with 8

Louisiana State with 8

Miami-FL with 11

Ohio State with 11

South Carolina with 8

Texas with 10

 

The colleges supplying the most defensive linemen are:

Florida with 8

Georgia with 8

Louisiana State with 8

Tennessee with 8

Texas with 9

USC with 8

 

The colleges supplying the most place kickers are:

Nebraska with 2

Washington State with 2

 

The colleges supplying the most linebackers are:

Miami-FL with 9

Ohio State with 7

Penn State with 6

USC with 6

 

The colleges supplying the most offensive linemen are:

Boston College with 8

Iowa with 7

Maryland with 6

Miami-FL with 7

Penn State with 6

Texas with 6

USC with 7

Wisconsin with 6

 

The colleges supplying the most punters are:

Ball State with 2

Iowa with 2

Tennessee with 2

 

The colleges supplying the most running backs are:

California Berkeley with 4

Florida State with 4

Louisiana State with 6

Pittsburgh with 4

Texas with 4

 

The colleges supplying the most tight ends are:

Georgia with 3

Iowa with 4

Maryland with 3

Miami-FL with 4

Notre Dame with 3

Oklahoma with 3

Oregon with 3

Stanford with 3

Texas with 3

USC with 4

Wisconsin with 4

 

The colleges supplying the most wide receivers are:

Florida with 6

Fresno State with 4

Georgia with 4

Louisiana State with 6

Miami-FL with 5

Michigan State with 5

Michigan with 5

North Carolina with 4

Ohio State with 7

San Diego State with 6

USC with 5

 

What should we make of the fact that once was the “three yards and a cloud of dust Big Ten” has Michigan State, Michigan and Ohio State among those supplying the most wide receivers?

 

Of the 24 players supplied by Penn State, 6 are linebackers and 6 are offensive linemen.

Joe Paterno produced linebackers Jam Ham, Bill Saul, and Dennis Onkotz in the 1960s and is still doing it today.

Joe paterno produced offensive linemen Glenn Ressler, Mike Munchak and Steve Wisniewski in the 60s, 70s, and 80s and is still doing it today.

 

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