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1920

1920 NFL Season

In 1920 the Akron Pros finished with the best record in the league at 8 and 0 and 3 ties. The top fantasy point producers for the season were Dutch Sternaman with 5.54 points per game, Ockie Anderson with 4.36 points per game and Tommy Hughitt with 4.36 points per game.
1920 Top Fantasy Players by Position
Quarterbacks
Dutch Sternaman was the top Fantasy Quarterback of 1920. He produced 72.00 fantasy points in 13 games for an average of 5.54 points a game. Statistically, he had pass completions for 0 yards and touchdowns. Another top Fantasy qb was Pard Pearce with 0 passing yards and 1 td pass.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Dutch Sternaman5.54
Pard Pearce.69
Running Backs
The top fantasy Running Back of 1920 was Ockie Anderson. He averaged 4.36 fantasy points per game for 11 games for a total of 48.00 points. He also had 0 rushing yards and 8 rushing touchdowns. Some of the other top Fantasy rbs were Tommy Hughitt with 0 rushing yards and 48.00 fantasy points and Fred Chicken with 0 yards rushing and 24.00 fantasy points.Bob Argus with 0 yards rushing and 36.00 fantasy points.Ike Martin with 0 yards rushing and 24.00 fantasy points.Pat Smith with 0 yards rushing and 24.00 fantasy points.Bodie Weldon with 0 yards rushing and 30.00 fantasy points.Fritz Pollard with 0 yards rushing and 36.00 fantasy points.Waddy Kuehl with 0 yards rushing and 30.00 fantasy points.Joe Guyon with 0 yards rushing and 36.00 fantasy points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Ockie Anderson4.36
Tommy Hughitt4.36
Fred Chicken4.00
Bob Argus3.60
Ike Martin3.43
Pat Smith3.43
Bodie Weldon3.33
Fritz Pollard3.27
Waddy Kuehl3.00
Joe Guyon2.77
*Fantasy Point Calculation Formula
 
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