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Patrick Jeffers was a good call..Nobody remembers that dude except the guys he helped carry to titles that year.

(raises hand) I feel bad for the guy, IIRC he was pretty badly injured (knee?) in the '00 preseason and I don't think he ever played again. That was a dynasty team too.Frisman Jackson? Week 1, 8-128-1. Rest of season, 24-287-1. Out of football the next year.
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Wow, that Jerome Harrison 286 yard game against the Chiefs was nuts. He had a couple other big games at the end of that year also, but only cause he had like 30+ carries each game while averaging like 4 yards a carry.

Another obscure Cleveland RB, Jamel White. He had 216 total yards against the Packers in a game where they got killed. Not sure if he ever even had a halfway decent game outside of that one.

And in very recent memory............Brian Hartline.

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A defensive player would be Wayne Haddix.

He played 41 career games (27 starts), 7 Int, 3 Defensive TDs.

In 1990 he started all 16 games and had all 7 of his interceptions and all 3 of defensive TDs in that season while going to the Pro Bowl and becoming a Tecmo Bowl legend.

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Lamont Jordan with 1025/9 and 70 catches/563/2. I think there was a fantasy hype train before that season but this looks like Brady Anderson's 50 homer season when you look at his career.

Ladell Betts in 2006.

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What about single gameMatt Flynn against lions 480 yds, 6 TDs. Set the green bay single game passing and td record. That's the team that usually has that Aaron Rodgers guy

on a related note, in a MOX dynasty league I was matched up vs the Rodgers owner in round2, he had no bench option except Matt Flynn when they played New England on a sunday night, his number:24/37 251 yards 3 tds
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