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1995

1995 NFL Season

In 1995 the Kansas City Chiefs finished with the best record in the league at 13 and 3, but they did not make the Super Bowl. Brett Favre led the league in passing yards with 4,413, Emmitt Smith led the league in rushing yards with 1,773 and Jerry Rice lead the league in receiving yards with 1,848. The top fantasy point producers for the season were Steve Young with 23.91 points per game, Brett Favre with 23.17 points per game and Scott Mitchell with 21.71 points per game. Some of the top fantasy games were Emmitt Smith with 40.30 points against the New York Giants, Rodney Hampton with 39.65 points against the New Orleans Saints and Marshall Faulk with 37.95 points against the St. Louis Rams.
1995 Top Fantasy Players by Position
Quarterbacks
Steve Young was the top Fantasy Quarterback of 1995. He produced 263.00 fantasy points in 11 games for an average of 23.91 points a game. Statistically, he had 299 pass completions for 3,200 yards and 20 touchdowns. Other top Fantasy qbs were Brett Favre with 4,413 passing yards and 38 td passes and Scott Mitchell with 4,338 yards passing and 32 td tosses.Warren Moon with 4,228 yards passing and 33 td tosses.Jeff Blake with 3,822 yards passing and 28 td tosses.John Elway with 3,970 yards passing and 26 td tosses.Dan Marino with 3,668 yards passing and 24 td tosses.Erik Kramer with 3,838 yards passing and 29 td tosses.Jeff George with 4,143 yards passing and 24 td tosses.Jim Everett with 3,970 yards passing and 26 td tosses.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Steve Young23.91
Brett Favre23.17
Scott Mitchell21.71
Warren Moon19.91
Jeff Blake19.88
John Elway18.76
Dan Marino18.32
Erik Kramer18.05
Jeff George17.55
Jim Everett17.54
Running Backs
The top fantasy Running Back of 1995 was Emmitt Smith. He averaged 21.63 fantasy points per game for 16 games for a total of 346.05 points. He also had 1,773 rushing yards and 25 rushing touchdowns. Some of the other top Fantasy rbs were Curtis Martin with 1,487 rushing yards and 251.75 fantasy points and Chris Warren with 1,346 yards rushing and 242.95 fantasy points.Barry Sanders with 1,500 yards rushing and 242.45 fantasy points.Ricky Watters with 1,273 yards rushing and 221.00 fantasy points.Marshall Faulk with 1,078 yards rushing and 215.55 fantasy points.Terry Allen with 1,309 yards rushing and 208.50 fantasy points.Terrell Davis with 1,117 yards rushing and 178.05 fantasy points.Errict Rhett with 1,207 yards rushing and 192.20 fantasy points.Harvey Williams with 1,114 yards rushing and 187.80 fantasy points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Emmitt Smith21.63
Curtis Martin15.73
Chris Warren15.18
Barry Sanders15.15
Ricky Watters13.81
Marshall Faulk13.47
Terry Allen13.03
Terrell Davis12.72
Errict Rhett12.01
Harvey Williams11.74
Wide Receivers
Jerry Rice was the top Fantasy Wide Receiver of 1995 with 122 receptions for 1,848 yards and 15 touchdowns. These numbers produced a total of 197.05 fantasy points for an average of 12.32 points per game. The other top wide receiver fantasy point producers were Cris Carter with 1,371 receiving yards on 122 receptions for 170.55 fantasy points and Isaac Bruce with 1,781 yards receiving on 119 catches.Herman Moore with 1,686 yards receiving on 123 catches.Carl Pickens with 1,234 yards receiving on 99 catches.Anthony Miller with 1,079 yards receiving on 59 catches.Robert Brooks with 1,497 yards receiving on 102 catches.Michael Irvin with 1,603 yards receiving on 111 catches.Brett Perriman with 1,488 yards receiving on 108 catches.Eric Metcalf with 1,189 yards receiving on 104 catches.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Jerry Rice12.32
Cris Carter10.66
Isaac Bruce10.55
Herman Moore10.52
Carl Pickens10.27
Anthony Miller9.89
Robert Brooks9.68
Michael Irvin8.76
Brett Perriman8.32
Eric Metcalf8.30
Tight Ends
Averaging 5.11 fantasy points per game for 16 games made Ben Coates the top Fantasy Tight End of 1995. Statistically, he had 84 receptions for 6 touchdowns and 915 receiving yards. Other top tight end fantasy point producers of 1995 were Mark Chmura with 75.95 fantasy points on 679 receiving yards and 54 receptions and Shannon Sharpe with 756 yards receiving and 4 touchdowns.Johnny Mitchell with 497 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns.Jay Novacek with 705 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns.Tony McGee with 754 yards receiving and 4 touchdowns.Ken Dilger with 635 yards receiving and 4 touchdowns.Eric Green with 499 yards receiving and 3 touchdowns.Brent Jones with 595 yards receiving and 3 touchdowns.Keith Jennings with 217 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Ben Coates5.11
Mark Chmura4.75
Shannon Sharpe4.75
Johnny Mitchell4.57
Jay Novacek4.35
Tony McGee3.86
Ken Dilger3.48
Eric Green3.07
Brent Jones2.98
Keith Jennings2.93
Kickers
The top fantasy kicker of 1995 with 12 field goals and 27 extra points was Jeff Wilkins. These stats produced a 7 game total of 63.00 fantasy points for an average of 9.00 per game. The other top fantasy point seasons turned in by a kicker were from Norm Johnson with 34 field goals and 39 extra points for an average of 8.81 points per game and Jason Elam with 132.00 points on 31 field goals and 39 extra points.Jason Hanson with 132.00 points on 28 field goals and 48 extra points.Chris Boniol with 127.00 points on 27 field goals and 46 extra points.Steve Christie with 126.00 points on 31 field goals and 33 extra points.Morten Andersen with 122.00 points on 31 field goals and 29 extra points.Fuad Reveiz with 122.00 points on 26 field goals and 44 extra points.Doug Pelfrey with 121.00 points on 29 field goals and 34 extra points.Pete Stoyanovich with 118.00 points on 27 field goals and 37 extra points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Jeff Wilkins9.00
Norm Johnson8.81
Jason Elam8.25
Jason Hanson8.25
Chris Boniol7.94
Steve Christie7.88
Morten Andersen7.63
Fuad Reveiz7.63
Doug Pelfrey7.56
Pete Stoyanovich7.38
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