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2009 NFL Season

In 2009 the Indianapolis Colts finished with the best record in the league at 14 and 2, but they lost the Super Bowl to the New Orleans Saints. Matt Schaub led the league in passing yards with 4,770, Chris Johnson led the league in rushing yards with 2,006 and Andre Johnson lead the league in receiving yards with 1,569. The top fantasy point producers for the season were Aaron Rodgers with 23.26 points per game, Drew Brees with 22.43 points per game and Ben Roethlisberger with 20.95 points per game. Some of the top fantasy games were Jerome Harrison with 47.20 points against the Kansas City Chiefs, Chris Johnson with 42.05 points against the Houston Texans and Jamaal Charles with 38.05 points against the Denver Broncos.
2009 Top Fantasy Players by Position
Aaron Rodgers was the top Fantasy Quarterback of 2009. He produced 372.10 fantasy points in 16 games for an average of 23.26 points a game. Statistically, he had 350 pass completions for 4,434 yards and 30 touchdowns. Other top Fantasy qbs were Drew Brees with 4,388 passing yards and 34 td passes and Ben Roethlisberger with 4,328 yards passing and 26 td tosses.Matt Schaub with 4,770 yards passing and 29 td tosses.Peyton Manning with 4,500 yards passing and 33 td tosses.Tony Romo with 4,483 yards passing and 26 td tosses.Tom Brady with 4,398 yards passing and 28 td tosses.Brett Favre with 4,202 yards passing and 33 td tosses.Donovan McNabb with 3,553 yards passing and 22 td tosses.Philip Rivers with 4,254 yards passing and 28 td tosses.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Aaron Rodgers23.26
Drew Brees22.43
Ben Roethlisberger20.95
Matt Schaub20.73
Peyton Manning20.17
Tony Romo19.92
Tom Brady19.64
Brett Favre19.36
Donovan McNabb19.27
Philip Rivers19.23
Running Backs
The top fantasy Running Back of 2009 was Chris Johnson. He averaged 20.11 fantasy points per game for 16 games for a total of 321.75 points. He also had 2,006 rushing yards and 14 rushing touchdowns. Some of the other top Fantasy rbs were Adrian Peterson with 1,389 rushing yards and 268.70 fantasy points and Maurice Jones-Drew with 1,391 yards rushing and 253.80 fantasy points.Frank Gore with 1,120 yards rushing and 210.30 fantasy points.Thomas Jones with 1,402 yards rushing and 227.10 fantasy points.Ray Rice with 1,339 yards rushing and 217.00 fantasy points.Michael Turner with 871 yards rushing and 148.85 fantasy points.Ronnie Brown with 648 yards rushing and 121.80 fantasy points.Cedric Benson with 1,251 yards rushing and 166.65 fantasy points.DeAngelo Williams with 1,117 yards rushing and 166.15 fantasy points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Chris Johnson20.11
Adrian Peterson16.79
Maurice Jones-Drew15.86
Frank Gore15.02
Thomas Jones14.19
Ray Rice13.56
Michael Turner13.53
Ronnie Brown13.53
Cedric Benson12.82
DeAngelo Williams12.78
Wide Receivers
Randy Moss was the top Fantasy Wide Receiver of 2009 with 83 receptions for 1,264 yards and 13 touchdowns. These numbers produced a total of 141.20 fantasy points for an average of 8.83 points per game. The other top wide receiver fantasy point producers were DeSean Jackson with 1,167 receiving yards on 63 receptions for 132.05 fantasy points and Andre Johnson with 1,569 yards receiving on 101 catches.Larry Fitzgerald with 1,092 yards receiving on 97 catches.Miles Austin with 1,320 yards receiving on 81 catches.Brandon Marshall with 1,120 yards receiving on 101 catches.Roddy White with 1,153 yards receiving on 85 catches.Reggie Wayne with 1,264 yards receiving on 100 catches.Vincent Jackson with 1,167 yards receiving on 68 catches.Sidney Rice with 1,312 yards receiving on 84 catches.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Randy Moss8.83
DeSean Jackson8.80
Andre Johnson8.34
Larry Fitzgerald8.29
Miles Austin8.24
Brandon Marshall7.99
Roddy White7.74
Reggie Wayne7.70
Vincent Jackson7.56
Sidney Rice7.10
Tight Ends
Averaging 7.89 fantasy points per game for 16 games made Vernon Davis the top Fantasy Tight End of 2009. Statistically, he had 78 receptions for 13 touchdowns and 965 receiving yards. Other top tight end fantasy point producers of 2009 were Dallas Clark with 116.40 fantasy points on 1,106 receiving yards and 100 receptions and Owen Daniels with 519 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns.Antonio Gates with 1,157 yards receiving and 8 touchdowns.Brent Celek with 971 yards receiving and 8 touchdowns.Visanthe Shiancoe with 566 yards receiving and 11 touchdowns.Tony Gonzalez with 867 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.Jermichael Finley with 676 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns.Greg Olsen with 612 yards receiving and 8 touchdowns.Heath Miller with 789 yards receiving and 6 touchdowns.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Vernon Davis7.89
Dallas Clark7.28
Owen Daniels6.99
Antonio Gates6.62
Brent Celek6.03
Visanthe Shiancoe5.89
Tony Gonzalez4.96
Jermichael Finley4.91
Greg Olsen4.91
Heath Miller4.72
The top fantasy kicker of 2009 with 32 field goals and 50 extra points was Nate Kaeding. These stats produced a 16 game total of 146.00 fantasy points for an average of 9.13 per game. The other top fantasy point seasons turned in by a kicker were from David Akers with 32 field goals and 43 extra points for an average of 8.69 points per game and Ryan Longwell with 132.00 points on 26 field goals and 54 extra points.John Carney with 89.00 points on 13 field goals and 50 extra points.Mason Crosby with 129.00 points on 27 field goals and 48 extra points.Lawrence Tynes with 126.00 points on 27 field goals and 45 extra points.Billy Cundiff with 55.00 points on 12 field goals and 19 extra points.Stephen Gostkowski with 125.00 points on 26 field goals and 47 extra points.Jay Feely with 122.00 points on 30 field goals and 32 extra points.Matt Prater with 122.00 points on 30 field goals and 32 extra points.
PlayerFantasy Pts Avg
Nate Kaeding9.13
David Akers8.69
Ryan Longwell8.25
John Carney8.09
Mason Crosby8.06
Lawrence Tynes7.88
Billy Cundiff7.86
Stephen Gostkowski7.81
Jay Feely7.63
Matt Prater7.63
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