How Much Offense Do NFL’s Top Stars Really Account For?

December 28, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's hard to believe, but the 2013 NFL season is almost at an end.
After the upcoming slate of Week 17 games, we'll know which 12 teams will get tickets to the postseason. With the release of the 2014 Pro Bowl rosters, many of the NFL's best and brightest just got their tickets to Hawaii.
Between the picks at the top of the draft and the first few days of free agency, NFL teams bust their budgets trying to stock their roster with just a couple of these superstars. But how much difference do they really make? How much of each team's offense do the NFL's top start really account for?
With only one week of games left to play in the 2013 regular season, we've got all the numbers we need to find out what slice of their teams' statistical pies belongs to the NFL's top offensive superstars.
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