With their players often on the field for the first time during training camp, coaches often try to get the most out of their rookies.
That’s why a recent study found that some teams may be better at getting players to do the work than others.
It found that teams that get players out on the practice field more often than others were more likely to be successful.
The researchers looked at players from each NFL team, starting with the best.
In the study, the best teams outscored their opponents by an average of 8.6 points per game, which ranked in the top 10 for the entire league.
Of the best squads, eight of the top 20 ranked teams had players on the active roster at least one season.
Only five teams had fewer than three players on active roster that season.
That meant that teams with more experienced players had an advantage, with more than 30% of the teams ranked in that range scoring more than 10 points per contest.
The top 10 teams with the most experience on their roster came in at No. 10 in scoring.
The best teams with rookies were in the bottom half of the league, but only eight of them finished in the 30th percentile.
This study looked at a wide range of factors, from the number of active players to how long a rookie spends out on a practice field.
It also looked at how much time players spent on the sideline and in the weight room before and after the preseason game, but it didn’t include the impact of the preseason games on the final results.
There are more factors that have an impact on how good or bad a team is at getting its players to perform.
For instance, injuries can impact a team’s performance, but they are more likely when a team has an experienced roster.
For the NFL, the top-ranked teams had two players who played at least 10 games the previous season, so it’s possible that injuries could have influenced the results.
In other words, some teams might have better options for getting their rookies to work, but the results are probably going to be less positive than we thought.
Here are the top teams in terms of overall performance.