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2004 NFL Season

In 2004 the Pittsburgh Steelers finished with the best record in the league at 15 and 1, but they did not make the Super Bowl. Daunte Culpepper led the league in passing yards with 4,717, Curtis Martin led the league in rushing yards with 1,697 and Muhsin Muhammad lead the league in receiving yards with 1,405. The top fantasy point producers for the season were Daunte Culpepper with 25.34 points per game, Peyton Manning with 23.67 points per game and Priest Holmes with 23.57 points per game. Some of the top fantasy games were Billy Volek with 42.70 points against the Oakland Raiders, Priest Holmes with 39.95 points against the Atlanta Falcons and Peyton Manning with 38.60 points against the Kansas City Chiefs.
2004 Top Fantasy Players by Position
Daunte Culpepper was the top Fantasy Quarterback of 2004. He produced 405.45 fantasy points in 16 games for an average of 25.34 points a game. Statistically, he had 379 pass completions for 4,717 yards and 39 touchdowns. Other top Fantasy qbs were Peyton Manning with 4,557 passing yards and 49 td passes and Donovan McNabb with 3,875 yards passing and 31 td tosses.Marc Bulger with 3,964 yards passing and 21 td tosses.Trent Green with 4,591 yards passing and 27 td tosses.Jake Plummer with 4,089 yards passing and 27 td tosses.Billy Volek with 2,486 yards passing and 18 td tosses.Brett Favre with 4,088 yards passing and 30 td tosses.Aaron Brooks with 3,810 yards passing and 21 td tosses.Jake Delhomme with 3,886 yards passing and 29 td tosses.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Daunte Culpepper25.34
Peyton Manning23.67
Donovan McNabb21.78
Marc Bulger20.58
Trent Green19.94
Jake Plummer19.48
Billy Volek18.93
Brett Favre18.63
Aaron Brooks18.43
Jake Delhomme18.40
Running Backs
The top fantasy Running Back of 2004 was Priest Holmes. He averaged 23.57 fantasy points per game for 8 games for a total of 188.55 points. He also had 892 rushing yards and 14 rushing touchdowns. Some of the other top Fantasy rbs were Shaun Alexander with 1,696 rushing yards and 298.10 fantasy points and LaDainian Tomlinson with 1,335 yards rushing and 265.45 fantasy points.Tiki Barber with 1,518 yards rushing and 270.70 fantasy points.Curtis Martin with 1,697 yards rushing and 265.95 fantasy points.Corey Dillon with 1,635 yards rushing and 246.65 fantasy points.Julius Jones with 819 yards rushing and 129.35 fantasy points.Domanick Williams with 1,188 yards rushing and 232.20 fantasy points.Edgerrin James with 1,548 yards rushing and 232.95 fantasy points.Rudi Johnson with 1,454 yards rushing and 221.60 fantasy points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Priest Holmes23.57
Shaun Alexander18.63
LaDainian Tomlinson17.70
Tiki Barber16.92
Curtis Martin16.62
Corey Dillon16.44
Julius Jones16.17
Domanick Williams15.48
Edgerrin James14.56
Rudi Johnson13.85
Wide Receivers
Muhsin Muhammad was the top Fantasy Wide Receiver of 2004 with 93 receptions for 1,405 yards and 16 touchdowns. These numbers produced a total of 167.75 fantasy points for an average of 10.48 points per game. The other top wide receiver fantasy point producers were Terrell Owens with 1,200 receiving yards on 77 receptions for 143.50 fantasy points and Marvin Harrison with 1,113 yards receiving on 86 catches.Randy Moss with 767 yards receiving on 49 catches.Javon Walker with 1,382 yards receiving on 89 catches.Joe Horn with 1,399 yards receiving on 94 catches.Drew Bennett with 1,247 yards receiving on 80 catches.Reggie Wayne with 1,210 yards receiving on 77 catches.Torry Holt with 1,372 yards receiving on 94 catches.Chad Johnson with 1,274 yards receiving on 95 catches.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Muhsin Muhammad10.48
Terrell Owens10.25
Marvin Harrison9.10
Randy Moss9.09
Javon Walker8.82
Joe Horn8.50
Drew Bennett8.37
Reggie Wayne8.26
Torry Holt8.04
Chad Johnson7.60
Tight Ends
Averaging 8.41 fantasy points per game for 15 games made Antonio Gates the top Fantasy Tight End of 2004. Statistically, he had 81 receptions for 13 touchdowns and 964 receiving yards. Other top tight end fantasy point producers of 2004 were Tony Gonzalez with 105.40 fantasy points on 1,258 receiving yards and 102 receptions and Todd Heap with 303 yards receiving and 3 touchdowns.Alge Crumpler with 774 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.Jason Witten with 980 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.Jeremy Shockey with 666 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.Daniel Graham with 364 yards receiving and 7 touchdowns.Jermaine Wiggins with 705 yards receiving and 4 touchdowns.Randy McMichael with 791 yards receiving and 4 touchdowns.Marcus Pollard with 309 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Antonio Gates8.41
Tony Gonzalez6.59
Todd Heap5.53
Alge Crumpler5.34
Jason Witten5.31
Jeremy Shockey4.62
Daniel Graham4.30
Jermaine Wiggins4.23
Randy McMichael3.97
Marcus Pollard3.96
The top fantasy kicker of 2004 with 31 field goals and 48 extra points was Adam Vinatieri. These stats produced a 16 game total of 144.20 fantasy points for an average of 9.01 per game. The other top fantasy point seasons turned in by a kicker were from Jason Elam with 29 field goals and 42 extra points for an average of 8.06 points per game and Mike Vanderjagt with 119.00 points on 20 field goals and 59 extra points.Jeff Reed with 124.00 points on 28 field goals and 40 extra points.David Akers with 122.00 points on 27 field goals and 41 extra points.Shayne Graham with 122.00 points on 27 field goals and 41 extra points.Ryan Longwell with 120.00 points on 24 field goals and 48 extra points.Rian Lindell with 117.00 points on 24 field goals and 45 extra points.Matt Stover with 117.00 points on 29 field goals and 30 extra points.Nate Kaeding with 114.00 points on 20 field goals and 54 extra points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Adam Vinatieri9.01
Jason Elam8.06
Mike Vanderjagt7.93
Jeff Reed7.75
David Akers7.63
Shayne Graham7.63
Ryan Longwell7.50
Rian Lindell7.31
Matt Stover7.31
Nate Kaeding7.13
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