The Denver Broncos hold the current NFL record for most points scored in a single season. They scored 606 points in the 2013 regular season.
The Carolina Panthers scored the fewest points in the 2010 NFL season, with only 196.
Cincinnati/ St Louis, 1934. 37 points.
The former NFL player with the most points scored in a single season is LaDainian Tomlinson. He scored 186 points in 2006 with the San Diego Chargers.
The NFL record for most points scored in a season is held by LaDainian Tomlinson of the San Diego Chargers who scored 186 points (31 TDs) in the 2006 season.
Through the 2008 season, the team that scored the fewest points in a 16 game regular season is the 1992 Seattle Seahawks who scored 140. They went 2-14.
Points For, the cumulative number of points scored by a team for the season. PA, is Points Against, the cumulative number of points scored against a team for the season.
The New England Patriots.
In the 1960 NFL season, Paul Hornung of the Green Bay Packers scored 176 points. Hornung's record was broken in the 2006 season by LaDainian Tomlinson who scored 31 touchdowns for 186 points. The record for a team in the regular season is 606 points by the 2013 Denver Broncos.
Points Against (how many points their opponents have scored against them during the season), and Points For (how many points the team itself has scored during the season)
1934 Cincinnati Reds (NFL)-10 points (yes this is the entire season, they went 0-8)
In the 2008 NFL season, the average points scored per team per game was 22.0 and 44 points for both teams per game. 11,279 total points were scored in the 2008 season.