10 years ago, I think 17 to 20 points a game was pretty good. I would consider less then 14, not so good. I would consider 10 or less, stopped. Now, statistically, you can draw conclusions based of numbers but in reality, the question becomes, when you had to score, could you? The answer is yes. The teams of the early 90s scored and inflicted there will on others. You also have to keep in mind that we used the running game to control tempo. Typically, we didn't go out to try and score as many points as we could. That was not the way that team played. They got up on you and then used clock in the running game to control the game. I'm amazed at how litteral you are trying to make this. No offense, in any sport, ever, has been judged on it's ability to score all the time. Obviously, if that were the case, there would not be a sport. I mean, this is commen sense. If an offense can score points when it needs to on a fairly consistant basis, if an offense can control a game, then I think you have to say that that offense is pretty damn good. The Cowboys offense definatly did that.