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1985 Pittsburgh Steelers

1985 Pittsburgh Steelers Players And Stats

The 1985 Pittsburgh Steelers finished with a record of 7 wins and 9 losses, and they did not make the postseason. Overall they ranked 15th in the league in offensive yards gained and 4th in defensive yards allowed. They were coached by Chuck Noll. The top fantasy point players were Mark Malone, David Woodley and Walter Abercrombie. View all of the 1985 Steelers players, stats, fantasy points along with their roster and schedule.
Quarterbacks
With 124.40 fantasy points Mark Malone lead the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1985 on 1,428 passing yards and 13 TDs. In 10 games he averaged 12.44 points. He relied mostly on his arm with only 80 rushing yards. David Woodley was also on the roster and racked up 1,357 passing yards and 6 td passes in 9 games. Scott Campbell got enough playing time to contribute 612 yards in the air and even managed to connect on 4 TD passes.
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Running Backs
The top Pittsburgh Steelers fantasy Running Back of 1985 was Walter Abercrombie. He averaged 9.35 fantasy points per game for 16 games for a total of 149.55 points. He also had 851 rushing yards and 7 rushing touchdowns. Other Pittsburgh Steelers rbs on the roster with fantasy points were Frank Pollard with 991 rushing yards and 129.60 fantasy points and Rich Erenberg with 67 yards rushing and 41.00 fantasy points.Todd Spencer with 56 yards rushing and 6.85 fantasy points.Steve Morse with 17 yards rushing and 1.70 fantasy points.
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Wide Receivers
Louis Lipps was the top Pittsburgh Steelers Fantasy Wide Receiver of 1985 with 59 receptions for 1,134 yards and 12 touchdowns. These numbers produced a total of 148.30 fantasy points for an average of 9.27 points per game. The other top Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver fantasy point producers were John Stallworth with 937 receiving yards on 75 receptions for 76.85 fantasy points and Weegie Thompson with 138 yards receiving on 8 catches.Calvin Sweeney with 234 yards receiving on 16 catches.
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Tight Ends
Averaging .28 fantasy points per game for 11 games made Bennie Cunningham the top Pittsburgh Steelers Fantasy Tight End of 1985. Statistically, he had 6 receptions for 0 touchdowns and 61 receiving yards. The other top Pittsburgh Steelers tight end fantasy point producer of 1985 was Preston Gothard with 4.15 fantasy points on 83 receiving yards and 6 receptions.
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Kickers
The top fantasy kicker of 1985 for the Pittsburgh Steelers with 33 field goals and 40 extra points was Gary Anderson. These stats produced a 16 game total of 139.00 fantasy points for an average of 8.69 per game.
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