Just based on what I've seen so far, it seems like people generally are more excited about upvoting answers than questions, with the effect that for most questions with a good answer, that answer ends up with more points than the question.
Contrariwise, then, it seems like questions with a high score (so presumably of interest to the community) but with a low top answer score might have the most room for meaningful contribution. (Obviously so do new questions, and I do answer those when I can.) This general idea is what the "Unanswered" view is for, but many look like they're that way for a reason, usually dealing with games I can't help with.
So, question: is there a way to filter or sort by questions where the question score is at least N greater than the top answer score (or perhaps the sum of answer scores)? Frame challenges welcome if I'm missing something, but I'd appreciate it if you'd include a yes or no first.