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Who was the best RB in 2013?

Who was the best RB in 2013?

LeSean McCoy
Rushing

Rushing
Rk Player Yds
1 LeSean McCoy*+ 1607
2 Marshawn Lynch* 1257
3 Matt Forte* 1339

What running back has the most fantasy points?

Emmitt Smith has racked up the most career fantasy points by a running back, with 3,212.7 points.

NAME GP RUSH YDS/G
Emmitt Smith 226 81.2
LaDainian Tomlinson 170 80.5
Marshall Faulk 176 69.8
Frank Gore 241 66.4

Who was the best running back in 2014?

DeMarco Murray
Rushing

Rk Player Pos
1 DeMarco Murray*+ RB
2 LeSean McCoy* RB
3 Le’Veon Bell*+ RB

Who led the league in rushing in 2013?

Rushing

Player Rush Yds Rush 1st%
Marshawn Lynch 1257 4.426
Ryan Mathews 1255 5.278
Eddie Lacy 1178 4.656
Frank Gore 1128 5.018

Who scored more fantasy points WR or RB?

Wide receivers score more points than running backs outside of the very top of the position in any format that rewards receptions. Top running backs provide the highest scoring leverage from a weekly and seasonal perspective out of all of the positions.

Who has the highest fantasy points ever?

Most fantasy points in a game by a WR

No. Player Fantasy Points
1 Jerry Rice, 49ers (10/14/90) 52.5
2 Jerry Butler, Bills (9/23/79) 50.7
3 Harold Jackson, Rams (10/14/73) 47.8
4 Jimmy Smith, Jaguars (9/10/00) 47.1

Who was the best running back in 2015?

Adrian Peterson
Rushing

Rk Player Pos
1 Adrian Peterson*+ RB
2 Doug Martin*+ RB
3 Latavius Murray* RB

Who led the league in rushing in 2012?

Rushing

Player Rush Yds Att
Marshawn Lynch 1590 315
Jamaal Charles 1509 285
Doug Martin 1454 319
Arian Foster 1424 351

Who was the best running back in 2007?

Clinton Portis
Rushing

Rk Player Pos
1 Clinton Portis RB
2 Edgerrin James RB
3 Willie Parker* RB

Who was the best running back in 2009?

Rushing

Rk Player Pos
1 Chris Johnson*+ RB
2 Thomas Jones RB
3 Steven Jackson* RB

Is it better to start RB or WR?

Outside the top-30 backs, scoring between running backs and wide receivers is so close that the flex spot is usually a case-by-case decision. Once you start comparing low-end RB4s to low-end WR4s, wide receiver opportunity almost always bests that of running backs. In PPR leagues, receivers dominate scoring.

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