NFL Offensive Line Ratings Explanation
Our NFL offensive line rating is a stat that measures the strength of a teams combined run and pass blocking effectiveness adjusted by the league average. It uses a proprietary blend of our own team & player statistics to then come up with an overall rating. 100 is average, above 100 is above average, below 100 is below average. Each point above or below 100 reflects a % point.
What is it used for?
Our NFL offensive line ratings are a great tool for projecting game scores, sports betting, or analyzing the strength of line groups in the league. Combined with other proprietary ratings, our offensive line ratings are a powerful tool that factors heavily into our projections from our predictive algorithms, and our daily investments given out to members.