Fremantle is averaging nearly a goal per game more so far in 2015 than in the previous two years.
The side has also racked up 100 points or more five times this year from just eight games.
While statistics do not mean everything, it make for interesting reading, given Fremantle hasn't been a consistently high-scoring team in recent seasons.
Freo is averaging 97.25 points per game compared to 92.2 in 2014 and 92.5 in 2013.
In 2014, Fremantle posted just nine scores of 100 or more in 25 games, while in 2013, that number was 10 from 26 games.
No Pav, no probs for forwards
This season, Freo is kicking an average of 14.5 goals per game.
Fremantle is not just scoring big but also scoring early having won seven out of eight first and second quarters.
Forward Michael Walters, who booted four goals in Freo’s 73-point win over North Melbourne, said the forward group is gelling well.
Gamebreaker: Walters uncontrollable
“I was lucky to get onto crumbs off Matthew Pavlich and Matt Taberner,” he said.
Walters said the forwards stepped up in the final term despite Pavlich being subbed off.
“There is always room for improvement but at the moment everyone is fighting for a seat on the bus,” he said.