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1952 Washington Redskins

1952 Washington Redskins Players And Stats

The 1952 Washington Redskins finished with a record of 4 wins and 8 losses, and they did not make the postseason. They were coached by Curly Lambeau. The top fantasy point players were Eddie LeBaron, Hugh Taylor and Harry Gilmer. View all of the 1952 Redskins players, stats, fantasy points along with their roster and schedule.
Quarterbacks
Eddie LeBaron lead the Washington Redskins in 1952 with 141.40 fantasy points on 1,420 yards passing and 14 TDs in 12 games while averaging 11.78 fantasy points per game. Coming in for 7 games Sammy Baugh threw for 152 yards and managed to throw a couple of TDs in the process.
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Running Backs
The top Washington Redskins fantasy Running Back of 1952 was Leon Heath. He averaged 5.83 fantasy points per game for 11 games for a total of 64.10 points. He also had 388 rushing yards and 2 rushing touchdowns. Other Washington Redskins rbs on the roster with fantasy points were Julie Rykovich with 361 rushing yards and 62.25 fantasy points and George Buksar with 3 yards rushing and 24.45 fantasy points.Chuck Drazenovich with 66 yards rushing and 27.70 fantasy points.Charlie Justice with 129 yards rushing and 24.20 fantasy points.Johnny Papit with 102 yards rushing and 19.75 fantasy points.Johnny Williams with 3 yards rushing and 12.95 fantasy points.
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Wide Receivers
Hugh Taylor was the top Washington Redskins Fantasy Wide Receiver of 1952 with 41 receptions for 961 yards and 12 touchdowns. These numbers produced a total of 120.05 fantasy points for an average of 10.00 points per game.
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