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1956 Philadelphia Eagles

1956 Philadelphia Eagles Players And Stats

The 1956 Philadelphia Eagles finished with a record of 3 wins 8 losses and 1 tie, and they did not make the postseason. They were coached by Hugh Devore. The top fantasy point players were Bobby Thomason, Bobby Walston and Ken Keller. View all of the 1956 Eagles players, stats, fantasy points along with their roster and schedule.
Quarterbacks
With 84.75 fantasy points Bobby Thomason lead the Philadelphia Eagles in 1956 on 1,119 passing yards and 4 TDs. In 12 games he averaged 7.06 points. Some might call him a true pocket passer with just 48 yards rushing. Coming in for 12 games Adrian Burk threw for 426 yards and added a touchdown for good measure.
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Running Backs
The top Philadelphia Eagles fantasy Running Back of 1956 was Ken Keller. He averaged 6.28 fantasy points per game for 11 games for a total of 69.10 points. He also had 433 rushing yards and 4 rushing touchdowns. Other Philadelphia Eagles rbs on the roster with fantasy points were Don Schaefer with 320 rushing yards and 53.40 fantasy points and Hal Giancanelli with 148 yards rushing and 26.00 fantasy points.Ted Wegert with 127 yards rushing and 21.00 fantasy points.Dick Bielski with 162 yards rushing and 25.35 fantasy points.
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Tight Ends
Averaging .80 fantasy points per game for 10 games made Pete Retzlaff the top Philadelphia Eagles Fantasy Tight End of 1956. Statistically, he had 12 receptions for 0 touchdowns and 159 receiving yards.
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