Top 5 NFL Fantasy Football Seasons of All-Time

The beginning of the 2021 NFL season will see football fans get back to their personal duels through the world of fantasy football. Today we take a look at five of the most impressive single season fantasy campaigns of all-time.

LaDanian Tomlinson - 481.1 points (2006)

LaDanian Tomlinson had an incredible 2006 season. Averaging over 30 points a game, he is one of only three to have achieved that feat. Responsible for a whopping 33 touchdowns, Tomilson had a fantasy season to remember.

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Christian McCaffrey - 471.2 points (2019)

In a stellar 2019 campaign, Christian McCaffrey registered both 1,000 rushing yards as well as 1,000 receiving yards. The Panthers RB became the first since Marshall Faulk to accomplish the feat. 

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Marshall Faulk - 459.9 points (2000)

At the turn of the millennium Marshall Faulk put on a show. Rushing for 1,359 yards and make 830 receiving yards on 81 receptions and 26 total touchdowns.


Priest Holmes - 440.7 points (2002)

Holmes produced 1,615 yards on 313 carries and 21 rushing touchdowns. He was also the one hauling in 70 passes for 672 yards and an additional three touchdowns.

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Patrick Mahomes - 417.1 points (2018)

The year 2018 went as his MVP season, gaining the most fantasy points ever produced by a quarterback. Mahomes threw for 5,097 yards, 50 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. 

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