Posted Aug. 05 at 10:03 AM
Some teams have top passing games (Indianapolis, Cincinnati), while some merely funnel their passing games through one (Carolina) or two (NY Jets) receivers. And some teams can’t pass their way out of a paper bag (Minnesota). Whatever the case, it’s helpful to be able to categorize those teams when filling out your roster with wideouts – particularly if your league awards bonus points for receivers who post 100-yard days.
The number of 100-yard receiving games that each NFL team totaled in 2006 is presented below.
100-yard receiving games, by team
11 Indianapolis, New Orleans
9 Cincinnati, Philadelphia, St. Louis
8 NY Jets
7 Carolina, Kansas City
6 Arizona, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Green Bay
4 Buffalo, Cleveland, Houston, Miami, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Tampa Bay, Tennessee
3 Denver, NY Giants, Washington
2 Atlanta, Jacksonville, New England, Oakland, San Diego, San Francisco
Source: FANTASY FOOTBALL INDEX research
Posted by BRYAN BERTSCH | Aug. 06 at 03:27 AM
This is a nice list - especially for my league which requires 100 yards for 6 points. To even the playing field for Minnesota this season, any games Tavaris Jackson and/or Brooks Bollinger throws for 100 yards should count.
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