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1999 NFL Season

In 1999 the Jacksonville Jaguars finished with the best record in the league at 14 and 2, but they did not make the Super Bowl. Steve Beuerlein led the league in passing yards with 4,436, Edgerrin James led the league in rushing yards with 1,553 and Marvin Harrison lead the league in receiving yards with 1,663. The top fantasy point producers for the season were Kurt Warner with 22.24 points per game, Steve Beuerlein with 22.14 points per game and Steve McNair with 20.60 points per game. Some of the top fantasy games were Dorsey Levens with 39.75 points against the Arizona Cardinals, Corey Dillon with 38.20 points against the Cleveland Browns and Brad Johnson with 35.55 points against the San Francisco 49ers.
1999 Top Fantasy Players by Position
Kurt Warner was the top Fantasy Quarterback of 1999. He produced 355.85 fantasy points in 16 games for an average of 22.24 points a game. Statistically, he had 325 pass completions for 4,353 yards and 41 touchdowns. Other top Fantasy qbs were Steve Beuerlein with 4,436 passing yards and 36 td passes and Steve McNair with 2,179 yards passing and 12 td tosses.Rich Gannon with 3,840 yards passing and 24 td tosses.Peyton Manning with 4,135 yards passing and 26 td tosses.Brad Johnson with 4,005 yards passing and 24 td tosses.Doug Flutie with 3,171 yards passing and 19 td tosses.Jeff George with 2,816 yards passing and 23 td tosses.Brett Favre with 4,091 yards passing and 22 td tosses.Randall Cunningham with 1,475 yards passing and 8 td tosses.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Kurt Warner22.24
Steve Beuerlein22.14
Steve McNair20.60
Rich Gannon19.10
Peyton Manning19.00
Brad Johnson17.96
Doug Flutie17.94
Jeff George17.83
Brett Favre17.80
Randall Cunningham17.26
Running Backs
The top fantasy Running Back of 1999 was Edgerrin James. He averaged 17.91 fantasy points per game for 16 games for a total of 286.60 points. He also had 1,553 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns. Some of the other top Fantasy rbs were Stephen Davis with 1,405 rushing yards and 248.05 fantasy points and Marshall Faulk with 1,381 yards rushing and 262.50 fantasy points.Emmitt Smith with 1,397 yards rushing and 223.65 fantasy points.Eddie George with 1,304 yards rushing and 231.30 fantasy points.Olandis Gary with 1,159 yards rushing and 165.85 fantasy points.Dorsey Levens with 1,034 yards rushing and 192.05 fantasy points.James Stewart with 931 yards rushing and 176.50 fantasy points.Curtis Martin with 1,464 yards rushing and 189.35 fantasy points.Charlie Garner with 1,229 yards rushing and 185.65 fantasy points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Edgerrin James17.91
Stephen Davis17.72
Marshall Faulk16.41
Emmitt Smith14.91
Eddie George14.46
Olandis Gary13.82
Dorsey Levens13.72
James Stewart12.61
Curtis Martin11.83
Charlie Garner11.60
Wide Receivers
Marvin Harrison was the top Fantasy Wide Receiver of 1999 with 115 receptions for 1,663 yards and 12 touchdowns. These numbers produced a total of 155.55 fantasy points for an average of 9.72 points per game. The other top wide receiver fantasy point producers were Randy Moss with 1,413 receiving yards on 80 receptions for 151.30 fantasy points and Cris Carter with 1,241 yards receiving on 90 catches.Patrick Jeffers with 1,082 yards receiving on 63 catches.Isaac Bruce with 1,165 yards receiving on 77 catches.Marcus Robinson with 1,400 yards receiving on 84 catches.Tim Dwight with 669 yards receiving on 32 catches.Muhsin Muhammad with 1,253 yards receiving on 96 catches.Jimmy Smith with 1,636 yards receiving on 116 catches.Michael Westbrook with 1,191 yards receiving on 65 catches.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Marvin Harrison9.72
Randy Moss9.46
Cris Carter8.75
Patrick Jeffers8.51
Isaac Bruce8.34
Marcus Robinson7.75
Tim Dwight7.52
Muhsin Muhammad7.38
Jimmy Smith7.36
Michael Westbrook7.32
Tight Ends
Averaging 7.23 fantasy points per game for 15 games made Tony Gonzalez the top Fantasy Tight End of 1999. Statistically, he had 76 receptions for 11 touchdowns and 849 receiving yards. Other top tight end fantasy point producers of 1999 were Rickey Dudley with 81.75 fantasy points on 555 receiving yards and 39 receptions and David LaFleur with 322 yards receiving and 7 touchdowns.Chad Lewis with 76 yards receiving and 3 touchdowns.Jay Riemersma with 496 yards receiving and 4 touchdowns.David Sloan with 591 yards receiving and 4 touchdowns.Frank Wycheck with 641 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns.Roland Williams with 226 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.Pete Mitchell with 520 yards receiving and 3 touchdowns.Freddie Jones with 670 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Tony Gonzalez7.23
Rickey Dudley5.11
David LaFleur3.63
Chad Lewis3.63
Jay Riemersma3.49
David Sloan3.35
Frank Wycheck3.13
Roland Williams2.96
Pete Mitchell2.93
Freddie Jones2.84
The top fantasy kicker of 1999 with 34 field goals and 43 extra points was Mike Vanderjagt. These stats produced a 16 game total of 145.00 fantasy points for an average of 9.06 per game. The other top fantasy point seasons turned in by a kicker were from Olindo Mare with 39 field goals and 27 extra points for an average of 9.00 points per game and Todd Peterson with 134.00 points on 34 field goals and 32 extra points.Mike Hollis with 130.00 points on 31 field goals and 37 extra points.Jeff Wilkins with 124.00 points on 20 field goals and 64 extra points.John Kasay with 99.00 points on 22 field goals and 33 extra points.Cary Blanchard with 73.00 points on 18 field goals and 19 extra points.Matt Stover with 116.00 points on 28 field goals and 32 extra points.Jason Elam with 116.00 points on 29 field goals and 29 extra points.John Carney with 115.00 points on 31 field goals and 22 extra points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Mike Vanderjagt9.06
Olindo Mare9.00
Todd Peterson8.38
Mike Hollis8.13
Jeff Wilkins7.75
John Kasay7.62
Cary Blanchard7.30
Matt Stover7.25
Jason Elam7.25
John Carney7.19
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