No, we just don't score that many goals! We have scored 10 goals fewer than Bournemouth, having played one game less, nine fewer than Reading in the same amount of games, and eight fewer than Brentford having played two games more than them. Even Norwich, who have won so many games by a 1-0 margin, have scored five goals more than us. (To round out the contenders, to avoid accusations of bias, Swansea have a similar problem, but have scored one more goal than us in the same number of games whilst conceding four fewer - which, when it is taken into consideration that the number they have conceded is an utterly miserly 13, actually represents quite a significant proportion - we can tell which side Swansea's bread is buttered, and more importantly, so can they.) The one place that we are clinical in front of goal is from the penalty spot - we have a 100% record. What is notable, however, is that those penalties make up six of the 28 league goals we have scored in total - that means that somewhere between a quarter and a fifth of all our goals have come from penalties. I don't know what the average is, but I'd be surprised if it's that high across the board.