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Average Fantasy PPG for RB (1 Viewer)

David Yudkin

Footballguy
For those that put stock in PPG as a key indicator, here are the Top 50 in PPG (0 pts per reception) including all games played over the past 3 years (no minimum games played). I will try to add totals for PPR scoring a little later.

1 Priest Holmes 21.86

2 LaDainian Tomlinson 20.19

3 Shaun Alexander 19.57

4 Edgerrin James 16.97

5 Tiki Barber 16.46

6 Clinton Portis 16.37

7 Ahman Green 16.17

8 Larry Johnson 15.68

9 Domanick Davis 15.38

10 Deuce McAllister 14.6

11 Jamal Lewis 13.93

12 Rudi Johnson 13.71

13 Julius Jones 13.61

14 Samkon Gado 13.49

15 Brian Westbrook 13.28

16 Curtis Martin 12.78

17 Fred Taylor 12.59

18 Ricky Williams 12.56

19 Corey Dillon 12.36

20 Stephen Davis 12.14

21 Warrick Dunn 11.92

22 Willis McGahee 11.88

23 Cadillac Williams 11.56

24 Thomas Jones 10.67

25 Steven Jackson 10.58

26 Kevin Jones 9.81

27 Kevan Barlow 9.78

28 Mike Anderson 9.69

29 Ronnie Brown 9.59

30 Jerome Bettis 9.48

31 Michael Pittman 9.42

32 Chris Brown 9.34

33 Marshall Faulk 9.11

34 Travis Henry 8.79

35 Emmitt Smith 8.46

36 Onterrio Smith 8.41

37 Willie Parker 8.36

38 Reuben Droughns 8.3

39 Correll Buckhalter 8.1

40 T.J. Duckett 8.05

41 DeShaun Foster 7.99

42 Charlie Garner 7.95

43 Duce Staley 7.91

44 Garrison Hearst 7.67

45 Lamont Jordan 7.57

46 Eddie George 7.5

47 Trung Canidate 7.49

48 Tatum Bell 7.45

49 Marion Barber III 7.33

50 Tyrone Wheatley 7.32

 

wannabee

Footballguy
For those that put stock in PPG as a key indicator, here are the Top 50 in PPG (0 pts per reception) including all games played over the past 3 years (no minimum games played). I will try to add totals for PPR scoring a little later.

1 Priest Holmes 21.86

2 LaDainian Tomlinson 20.19

3 Shaun Alexander 19.57

4 Edgerrin James 16.97

5 Tiki Barber 16.46

6 Clinton Portis 16.37

7 Ahman Green 16.17

8 Larry Johnson 15.68

9 Domanick Davis 15.38

10 Deuce McAllister 14.6

11 Jamal Lewis 13.93

12 Rudi Johnson 13.71

13 Julius Jones 13.61

14 Samkon Gado 13.49

15 Brian Westbrook 13.28

16 Curtis Martin 12.78

17 Fred Taylor 12.59

18 Ricky Williams 12.56

19 Corey Dillon 12.36

20 Stephen Davis 12.14

21 Warrick Dunn 11.92

22 Willis McGahee 11.88

23 Cadillac Williams 11.56

24 Thomas Jones 10.67

25 Steven Jackson 10.58

26 Kevin Jones 9.81

27 Kevan Barlow 9.78

28 Mike Anderson 9.69

29 Ronnie Brown 9.59

30 Jerome Bettis 9.48

31 Michael Pittman 9.42

32 Chris Brown 9.34

33 Marshall Faulk 9.11

34 Travis Henry 8.79

35 Emmitt Smith 8.46

36 Onterrio Smith 8.41

37 Willie Parker 8.36

38 Reuben Droughns 8.3

39 Correll Buckhalter 8.1

40 T.J. Duckett 8.05

41 DeShaun Foster 7.99

42 Charlie Garner 7.95

43 Duce Staley 7.91

44 Garrison Hearst 7.67

45 Lamont Jordan 7.57

46 Eddie George 7.5

47 Trung Canidate 7.49

48 Tatum Bell 7.45

49 Marion Barber III 7.33

50 Tyrone Wheatley 7.32
:goodposting: thanks, David
 

ratbast

Footballguy
For those that put stock in PPG as a key indicator, here are the Top 50 in PPG (0 pts per reception) including all games played over the past 3 years (no minimum games played). I will try to add totals for PPR scoring a little later.

1 Priest Holmes 21.86

2 LaDainian Tomlinson 20.19

3 Shaun Alexander 19.57

4 Edgerrin James 16.97

5 Tiki Barber 16.46

6 Clinton Portis 16.37

7 Ahman Green 16.17

8 Larry Johnson 15.68

9 Domanick Davis 15.38

10 Deuce McAllister 14.6

11 Jamal Lewis 13.93

12 Rudi Johnson 13.71

13 Julius Jones 13.61

14 Samkon Gado 13.49

15 Brian Westbrook 13.28

16 Curtis Martin 12.78

17 Fred Taylor 12.59

18 Ricky Williams 12.56

19 Corey Dillon 12.36

20 Stephen Davis 12.14

21 Warrick Dunn 11.92

22 Willis McGahee 11.88

23 Cadillac Williams 11.56

24 Thomas Jones 10.67

25 Steven Jackson 10.58

26 Kevin Jones 9.81

27 Kevan Barlow 9.78

28 Mike Anderson 9.69

29 Ronnie Brown 9.59

30 Jerome Bettis 9.48

31 Michael Pittman 9.42

32 Chris Brown 9.34

33 Marshall Faulk 9.11

34 Travis Henry 8.79

35 Emmitt Smith 8.46

36 Onterrio Smith 8.41

37 Willie Parker 8.36

38 Reuben Droughns 8.3

39 Correll Buckhalter 8.1

40 T.J. Duckett 8.05

41 DeShaun Foster 7.99

42 Charlie Garner 7.95

43 Duce Staley 7.91

44 Garrison Hearst 7.67

45 Lamont Jordan 7.57

46 Eddie George 7.5

47 Trung Canidate 7.49

48 Tatum Bell 7.45

49 Marion Barber III 7.33

50 Tyrone Wheatley 7.32
:goodposting: thanks, David
Look at Dom Davis...thats impressive with the texans bad oline. He's 24, buy low.
 

jeff_eaglz

Moderator
For those that put stock in PPG as a key indicator, here are the Top 50 in PPG (0 pts per reception) including all games played over the past 3 years (no minimum games played). I will try to add totals for PPR scoring a little later.

1 Priest Holmes 21.86

2 LaDainian Tomlinson 20.19

3 Shaun Alexander 19.57

4 Edgerrin James 16.97

5 Tiki Barber 16.46

6 Clinton Portis 16.37

7 Ahman Green 16.17

8 Larry Johnson 15.68

9 Domanick Davis 15.38

10 Deuce McAllister 14.6

11 Jamal Lewis 13.93

12 Rudi Johnson 13.71

13 Julius Jones 13.61

14 Samkon Gado 13.49

15 Brian Westbrook 13.28

16 Curtis Martin 12.78

17 Fred Taylor 12.59

18 Ricky Williams 12.56

19 Corey Dillon 12.36

20 Stephen Davis 12.14

21 Warrick Dunn 11.92

22 Willis McGahee 11.88

23 Cadillac Williams 11.56

24 Thomas Jones 10.67

25 Steven Jackson 10.58

26 Kevin Jones 9.81

27 Kevan Barlow 9.78

28 Mike Anderson 9.69

29 Ronnie Brown 9.59

30 Jerome Bettis 9.48

31 Michael Pittman 9.42

32 Chris Brown 9.34

33 Marshall Faulk 9.11

34 Travis Henry 8.79

35 Emmitt Smith 8.46

36 Onterrio Smith 8.41

37 Willie Parker 8.36

38 Reuben Droughns 8.3

39 Correll Buckhalter 8.1

40 T.J. Duckett 8.05

41 DeShaun Foster 7.99

42 Charlie Garner 7.95

43 Duce Staley 7.91

44 Garrison Hearst 7.67

45 Lamont Jordan 7.57

46 Eddie George 7.5

47 Trung Canidate 7.49

48 Tatum Bell 7.45

49 Marion Barber III 7.33

50 Tyrone Wheatley 7.32
:goodposting: thanks, David
Nice list David.Things I see.....

1. Deuce at 10. Can't forget Deuce.

2. Two RBs for Green Bay (Ahman Green, Gado) in the Top 15. That O-line must be doing something right.

3. Kevin Barlow and Kevin Jones ahead of Mike Anderson? Are you sure??

4. Yes, Tatum Bell is a backup. SSOG was right.

5. Priest, we will miss ya.....

 

Garts

Footballguy
For those that put stock in PPG as a key indicator, here are the Top 50 in PPG (0 pts per reception) including all games played over the past 3 years (no minimum games played). I will try to add totals for PPR scoring a little later.

1 Priest Holmes 21.86

2 LaDainian Tomlinson 20.19

3 Shaun Alexander 19.57

4 Edgerrin James 16.97

5 Tiki Barber 16.46

6 Clinton Portis 16.37

7 Ahman Green 16.17

8 Larry Johnson 15.68

9 Domanick Davis 15.38

10 Deuce McAllister 14.6

11 Jamal Lewis 13.93

12 Rudi Johnson 13.71

13 Julius Jones 13.61

14 Samkon Gado 13.49

15 Brian Westbrook 13.28

16 Curtis Martin 12.78

17 Fred Taylor 12.59

18 Ricky Williams 12.56

19 Corey Dillon 12.36

20 Stephen Davis 12.14

21 Warrick Dunn 11.92

22 Willis McGahee 11.88

23 Cadillac Williams 11.56

24 Thomas Jones 10.67

25 Steven Jackson 10.58

26 Kevin Jones 9.81

27 Kevan Barlow 9.78

28 Mike Anderson 9.69

29 Ronnie Brown 9.59

30 Jerome Bettis 9.48

31 Michael Pittman 9.42

32 Chris Brown 9.34

33 Marshall Faulk 9.11

34 Travis Henry 8.79

35 Emmitt Smith 8.46

36 Onterrio Smith 8.41

37 Willie Parker 8.36

38 Reuben Droughns 8.3

39 Correll Buckhalter 8.1

40 T.J. Duckett 8.05

41 DeShaun Foster 7.99

42 Charlie Garner 7.95

43 Duce Staley 7.91

44 Garrison Hearst 7.67

45 Lamont Jordan 7.57

46 Eddie George 7.5

47 Trung Canidate 7.49

48 Tatum Bell 7.45

49 Marion Barber III 7.33

50 Tyrone Wheatley 7.32
Man, that Rudi Johnson is one helluva RB who doesn't get the credit he deserves. I think his 1st year of this 3 yearr tally, he only played 60% of the snaps.
 

Baracuda

Footballguy
Look at Dom Davis...thats impressive with the texans bad oline. He's 24, buy low.

Surprisingly impressive, but PPG also slightly misleading because of his injury risk. And he might have to endure a year with Reggie Bush, which will reduce his PPG in the future. But like you said, buy low. Just don't pay too much...

 

David Yudkin

Footballguy
3. Kevin Barlow and Kevin Jones ahead of Mike Anderson? Are you sure??
Anderson played fullback one season (and missed another due to injury).
Code:
| 2003 den |  12 |    70    257    3.7    3 |    12     53   4.4    2 |
That killed his PPG average.
 

David Yudkin

Footballguy
Points per START would be more relevant.
I will have way more on all things RB once the fantasy preseason starts. I could post everything that everyone wants to know now, but where's the fun in that?
 

David Yudkin

Footballguy
Here's some of what to expect in the 3 Year RB article/tables/sortable database coming later on (for inquiring minds) . . .

Age

Career Carries

Career Receptions

Career Touches

Height

Weight

College

Draft Position

Contract Status

Games Played

Total Fantasy Points

Yearly Fantasy Rank

Fantasy PPG - 0 PPR Leagues

Fantasy PPG - 1 PPR Leagues

Fantasy PPG - Games w/10 Carries

Fantasy PPG - Games with/20 carries

Rushing Yards Per Game

Receiving Yards Per Game

Total Yards Per Game

Receptions Per Game

Total Rushing Yards

Total Receiving Yards

Total Yard from Scrimmage

# of 100 Yard Games

PPG vs Top 10 Rushing Defenses

PPG vis Top 20 Rushing Defenses

PPG vs Not Top 20 Defenses

Points Per Touch for Rushing Attempts

Points Per Touch for Receiving Attempts

Points Per Touch for All Touches

% of Team Fantasy Points Scored

Similar info will be available for QB, WR, TE (and DEF/ST and K if I have time).

 

Liquid Tension

Footballguy
Confirming this is total fantasy points divided by games the player actually received at least one touch? your Mike Anderson comment about him missing a year lowering his avg threw me off.

 

David Yudkin

Footballguy
Confirming this is total fantasy points divided by games the player actually received at least one touch? your Mike Anderson comment about him missing a year lowering his avg threw me off.
The year he missed did not come into play at all. But the 2003 season where he played fullback killed his PPG average.261.6 total points scored

27 games played

9.69 PPG overall

2003 5.29 ppg

2004 DNP

2005 13.37 ppg

 

KevT

Footballguy
I think a stat that tells how many "bagels" a player puts up during the year would be a useful stat. I consider a bagel being anything that is far below normal for that play. For example, LT going into the playoff stretch had several "bagel" games.

 

radballs.

Footballguy
I will have way more on all things RB once the fantasy preseason starts. I could post everything that everyone wants to know now, but where's the fun in that?
I thought it started the day after Pittsburgh won the Super Bowl. Looking forward to all of your work David. :thumbup:
 

David Yudkin

Footballguy
I will have way more on all things RB once the fantasy preseason starts.  I could post everything that everyone wants to know now, but where's the fun in that?
I thought it started the day after Pittsburgh won the Super Bowl. Looking forward to all of your work David. :thumbup:
It actually started the minute after the last Sunday Night regular season game.
 
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