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2005 NFL Season

In 2005 the Indianapolis Colts finished with the best record in the league at 14 and 2, but they did not make the Super Bowl. Tom Brady led the league in passing yards with 4,110, Shaun Alexander led the league in rushing yards with 1,880 and Steve Smith lead the league in receiving yards with 1,563. The top fantasy point producers for the season were Shaun Alexander with 22.49 points per game, Donovan McNabb with 20.54 points per game and Marc Bulger with 19.98 points per game. Some of the top fantasy games were Larry Johnson with 39.15 points against the Cincinnati Bengals, LaDainian Tomlinson with 38.60 points against the New York Giants and Shaun Alexander with 38.15 points against the Houston Texans.
2005 Top Fantasy Players by Position
Donovan McNabb was the top Fantasy Quarterback of 2005. He produced 184.85 fantasy points in 9 games for an average of 20.54 points a game. Statistically, he had 211 pass completions for 2,507 yards and 16 touchdowns. Other top Fantasy qbs were Marc Bulger with 2,297 passing yards and 14 td passes and Tom Brady with 4,110 yards passing and 26 td tosses.Carson Palmer with 3,836 yards passing and 32 td tosses.Michael Vick with 2,412 yards passing and 15 td tosses.Peyton Manning with 3,747 yards passing and 28 td tosses.Kerry Collins with 3,759 yards passing and 20 td tosses.Aaron Brooks with 2,882 yards passing and 13 td tosses.Kurt Warner with 2,713 yards passing and 11 td tosses.Eli Manning with 3,762 yards passing and 24 td tosses.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Donovan McNabb20.54
Marc Bulger19.98
Tom Brady18.65
Carson Palmer18.62
Michael Vick17.37
Peyton Manning17.24
Kerry Collins17.19
Aaron Brooks17.17
Kurt Warner17.15
Eli Manning17.13
Running Backs
The top fantasy Running Back of 2005 was Shaun Alexander. He averaged 22.49 fantasy points per game for 16 games for a total of 359.90 points. He also had 1,880 rushing yards and 27 rushing touchdowns. Some of the other top Fantasy rbs were Larry Johnson with 1,750 rushing yards and 318.15 fantasy points and LaDainian Tomlinson with 1,462 yards rushing and 296.05 fantasy points.Tiki Barber with 1,860 yards rushing and 278.50 fantasy points.Edgerrin James with 1,506 yards rushing and 251.45 fantasy points.Clinton Portis with 1,516 yards rushing and 232.25 fantasy points.LaMont Jordan with 1,025 yards rushing and 196.65 fantasy points.Rudi Johnson with 1,458 yards rushing and 222.30 fantasy points.Priest Holmes with 451 yards rushing and 96.95 fantasy points.Domanick Williams with 976 yards rushing and 150.45 fantasy points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Shaun Alexander22.49
Larry Johnson19.88
LaDainian Tomlinson18.50
Tiki Barber17.41
Edgerrin James16.76
Clinton Portis14.52
LaMont Jordan14.05
Rudi Johnson13.89
Priest Holmes13.85
Domanick Williams13.68
Wide Receivers
Terrell Owens was the top Fantasy Wide Receiver of 2005 with 47 receptions for 763 yards and 6 touchdowns. These numbers produced a total of 74.35 fantasy points for an average of 10.62 points per game. The other top wide receiver fantasy point producers were Steve Smith with 1,563 receiving yards on 103 receptions for 158.65 fantasy points and Torry Holt with 1,331 yards receiving on 102 catches.Marvin Harrison with 1,146 yards receiving on 82 catches.Larry Fitzgerald with 1,409 yards receiving on 103 catches.Anquan Boldin with 1,402 yards receiving on 102 catches.Chris Chambers with 1,118 yards receiving on 82 catches.Chad Johnson with 1,432 yards receiving on 97 catches.Santana Moss with 1,483 yards receiving on 84 catches.Joey Galloway with 1,287 yards receiving on 83 catches.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Terrell Owens10.62
Steve Smith9.92
Torry Holt8.63
Marvin Harrison8.62
Larry Fitzgerald8.41
Anquan Boldin8.33
Chris Chambers8.19
Chad Johnson8.06
Santana Moss7.99
Joey Galloway7.80
Tight Ends
Averaging 7.67 fantasy points per game for 15 games made Antonio Gates the top Fantasy Tight End of 2005. Statistically, he had 89 receptions for 10 touchdowns and 1,101 receiving yards. Other top tight end fantasy point producers of 2005 were Jeremy Shockey with 86.55 fantasy points on 891 receiving yards and 65 receptions and Todd Heap with 855 yards receiving and 7 touchdowns.Chris Cooley with 774 yards receiving and 7 touchdowns.Alge Crumpler with 877 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns.Jason Witten with 757 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.Randy McMichael with 582 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns.Heath Miller with 459 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.Jerramy Stevens with 554 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns.Tony Gonzalez with 905 yards receiving and 2 touchdowns.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Antonio Gates7.67
Jeremy Shockey5.77
Todd Heap5.30
Chris Cooley5.04
Alge Crumpler4.62
Jason Witten4.62
Randy McMichael3.69
Heath Miller3.68
Jerramy Stevens3.61
Tony Gonzalez3.58
The top fantasy kicker of 2005 with 40 field goals and 20 extra points was Neil Rackers. These stats produced a 15 game total of 140.00 fantasy points for an average of 9.33 per game. The other top fantasy point seasons turned in by a kicker were from Jay Feely with 35 field goals and 43 extra points for an average of 9.25 points per game and Shayne Graham with 131.00 points on 28 field goals and 47 extra points.Lawrence Tynes with 125.00 points on 27 field goals and 44 extra points.Mike Vanderjagt with 121.00 points on 23 field goals and 52 extra points.John Kasay with 121.00 points on 26 field goals and 43 extra points.Jeff Reed with 117.00 points on 24 field goals and 45 extra points.Jeff Wilkins with 116.60 points on 27 field goals and 36 extra points.Jason Elam with 115.00 points on 24 field goals and 43 extra points.Rian Lindell with 113.00 points on 29 field goals and 26 extra points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Neil Rackers9.33
Jay Feely9.25
Shayne Graham8.19
Lawrence Tynes7.81
Mike Vanderjagt7.56
John Kasay7.56
Jeff Reed7.31
Jeff Wilkins7.29
Jason Elam7.19
Rian Lindell7.06
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