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To keep stats for a football game you first need the roster of the team. It is best to keep the offensive and defensive teams separated on your stat sheet. For the offensive side you will need to keep track of all pass attempts, completions, completion percentage, passes deflected, interceptions, touchdown passes, passing yards, quarterback rating, rushing touchdowns, rushing yards, fumbles, receptions, receiving yards, return yards, receiving touchdowns, field goals and extra points. For the defensive side you keep track of both solo and team tackles and sacks, interceptions, fumbles, recoveries, touchdown, deflected passes and punted yards.

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