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1959 Pittsburgh Steelers

1959 Pittsburgh Steelers Players And Stats

The 1959 Pittsburgh Steelers finished with a record of 6 wins 5 losses and 1 tie, and they did not make the postseason. They were coached by Buddy Parker. The top fantasy point players were Bobby Layne, Tom Tracy and Jimmy Orr. View all of the 1959 Steelers players, stats, fantasy points along with their roster and schedule.
Quarterbacks
Bobby Layne lead the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1959 with 254.40 fantasy points on 1,986 yards passing and 20 TDs in 12 games while averaging 21.20 fantasy points per game. Coming in for 12 games Len Dawson threw for 60 yards and added a touchdown for good measure.
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Running Backs
The top Pittsburgh Steelers fantasy Running Back of 1959 was Tom Tracy. He averaged 12.42 fantasy points per game for 12 games for a total of 149.00 points. He also had 794 rushing yards and 3 rushing touchdowns. Other Pittsburgh Steelers rbs on the roster with fantasy points were Larry Krutko with 226 rushing yards and 51.60 fantasy points and Tom Barnett with 238 yards rushing and 38.40 fantasy points.Ray Mathews with 4 yards rushing and 11.40 fantasy points.Leo Elter with 25 yards rushing and 4.05 fantasy points.
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Wide Receivers
Jimmy Orr was the top Pittsburgh Steelers Fantasy Wide Receiver of 1959 with 35 receptions for 604 yards and 5 touchdowns. These numbers produced a total of 64.50 fantasy points for an average of 5.38 points per game. The other top Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver fantasy point producer was Buddy Dial with 428 receiving yards on 16 receptions for 57.40 fantasy points.
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