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1975 Pittsburgh Steelers

1975 Pittsburgh Steelers Players And Stats

The 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers finished with a record of 12 wins and 2 losses, and a trip to the playoffs where they beat the Raiders, Colts and Cowboys. Overall they ranked 6th in the league in offensive yards gained and 3rd in defensive yards allowed. They were coached by Chuck Noll and they produced 11 pro bowl players: Glen Edwards, Mel Blount, Mike Wagner, Joe Greene, L.C. Greenwood, Jack Ham, Jack Lambert, Andy Russell, Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris and Lynn Swann. The top fantasy point players were Franco Harris, Terry Bradshaw and Lynn Swann. View all of the 1975 Steelers players, stats, fantasy points along with their roster and schedule.
Quarterbacks
Terry Bradshaw lead the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1975 with 195.75 fantasy points on 2,055 yards passing and 18 TDs in 14 games while averaging 13.98 fantasy points per game.
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Running Backs
The top Pittsburgh Steelers fantasy Running Back of 1975 was Franco Harris. He averaged 14.38 fantasy points per game for 14 games for a total of 201.30 points. He also had 1,246 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns. Other Pittsburgh Steelers rbs on the roster with fantasy points were Rocky Bleier with 528 rushing yards and 68.05 fantasy points and John Fuqua with 285 yards rushing and 41.80 fantasy points.Reggie Harrison with 191 yards rushing and 37.30 fantasy points.Mike Collier with 124 yards rushing and 36.75 fantasy points.
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Wide Receivers
Lynn Swann was the top Pittsburgh Steelers Fantasy Wide Receiver of 1975 with 49 receptions for 781 yards and 11 touchdowns. These numbers produced a total of 106.35 fantasy points for an average of 7.60 points per game. The other top Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver fantasy point producers were John Stallworth with 423 receiving yards on 20 receptions for 45.15 fantasy points and Frank Lewis with 308 yards receiving on 17 catches.Reggie Garrett with 178 yards receiving on 13 catches.
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Tight Ends
Averaging .91 fantasy points per game for 14 games made Randy Grossman the top Pittsburgh Steelers Fantasy Tight End of 1975. Statistically, he had 11 receptions for 1 touchdown and 135 receiving yards.
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Kickers
The top fantasy kicker of 1975 for the Pittsburgh Steelers with 17 field goals and 44 extra points was Roy Gerela. These stats produced a 14 game total of 95.00 fantasy points for an average of 6.79 per game.
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