This is an experimental piece, and I wouldn't put too much stock into its results. The table below shows us a forwards output per 90 minutes for each team. It likely tells us more about the talent on each team, and maybe a little about how teams use their forwards in terms of tactics.
An example of those tactical effects may well be Chelsea's low passes p90 number in comparison to the rest of the league, especially when we consider Chelsea are a dominant zone time team who likely pass the ball a lot in the final third.
Talent effects may be present in the shots p90 average output for some of the weaker teams in the league.
This piece is far from perfect, but I'll post it here for people to pick apart. It's likely that this is no more than mere trivia. Still, it is interesting to see what the average forward output looks like for each Premier League team.