Team strike rate leaders (part 2 of 3)
See yesterday's post for an explanation.
There are no ties here, I just only show 2 decimal places. Mathis dropped off after the injury in 2001, but remains on top here. The Metros have a lot of guys who were brilliant for a short time, like Valencia. They haven't had a forward who has been solid for a more than a year or two, though, except for Savarese. That was part of the problem for them this year as well.
Twellman has been simply awesome since he joined the league. Moore would be slightly higher if he hadn't come back. Interesting but useless fact: Moore's first go around in NE was virtually the same strike rate as Mathis in NY: 39 goals/80 games vs 39 goals/81 games. They also had exactly 79 starts apiece.
Chacon had the one great year, but Serna is more noteworthy. Four years of great production.
I miss Big Mama, even though he was a huge jackass. Villains are fun, especially when they are talented. Ralston scores at virtually the exact same rate as in New England.