Week 9: Matchup Analysis

Edmonton Eskimos @ BC Lions

I expect a big day from Mike Reilly when he visits the BC Lions.  When these teams squared off in Week 3 Reilly went for over 28 FPTS.  BC is currently giving up the 3rd most fantasy points to Quarterbacks, and 3rd most Net Offense to opponents.

CJ Gable looks to be a reliable start. Again, the BC Lions are 3rd worst in this category – giving up FPTS to backfields.  Jordan Robinson only got in one practice this week, so CJ may be in line for a full workload.  The 3rd most rushing yards and tied for the the most rushing Touchdowns are currently scored against this BC Lions defense.

And when Mike Reilly gets going his receivers benefit. Edmonton is averaging over 7 yards per play this season.  Last week they went up against a competent Sask defense which kept Duke in check.  Look for him to bounce back. BC is currently the 4th worst in the league surrendering FPTS to wide outs.

At Travis Lulay’s current salary, it’s hard not to make this start.  He hasn’t shown us a very high ceiling so far this year but this could be the opportunity.  Edmonton is middle of the road against QBs, but if you expect this one to become high scoring like I do, there should be plenty of opportunity for a Lulay breakout game.  Only Montreal has given up more big plays ( 30+ yards ) than Edmonton has.

There is some uncertainty in the BC backfield at the moment.  Which is too bad because you definitely want to start an RB against Edmonton. The Esks are the worst against opponent backfields, surrendering almost 30 FPTS per game.  Opponents have the 3rd most Rushing Attempts against Edmonton, averaging 5.8 yards per carry, which makes Edmonton 2nd last in that category.  JJohnson appears to be doubtful for this week, putting the duties in the hands of Travon Van and Chris Rainey. We’ll have to see how the depth chart looks when it is released. Van could be your value play of the week. *EDIT JJohnson is out. Van is a go and Rainey assumes special teams return duty.

Edmonton is fairly decent against opponent wide outs, but in this shootout game I expect the likes of Manny Arceneaux and Bryan Burnham to do well.  Since Lulay has been starting, Manny has averaged almost 16 FPTS per game. Burnham is trending upwards as well, averaging 12.  *EDIT I no longer like a Kevin Elliott sleeper play here, as Shaq Johnson takes the field WR position and Elliott slots in behind Manny.

Hamilton Ti-Cats @ Winnipeg BlueBombers

This Hamilton team doesn’t look like the same team they were a handful of weeks ago.  Masoli put up a big one against Montreal last week, as he should have, but his previous three weeks he’s only averaged 12FPTS per game, including an absolute stinker against Saskatchewan in week 6. Winnipeg is actually decent against opposing QBs, only giving up less than 15 FPTS on average.  At Masoli’s salary, I’m recommending you look elsewhere for your pivot position this week.

Alex Green has returned from IR and gave us almost 20 FPTS against Montreal last week. I expect a decent outing for him again against a Winnipeg Defense giving up the 2nd most FPTS to backfields.  Last time these teams met it was Timmis who rumbled in 2 TDs and Thomas-Erlington put up over 90 rush yards. Winnipeg has allowed the 3rd most rushing touchdowns on the season to date.

And how do we even sort out Hamilton’s receivers.  They have so many weapons – Banks, Saunders, Tasker, Toliver, Williams. In that order would be my preference this week against a Winnipeg secondary that has allowed the most pass attempts and pass completions in the league. Saunders’ salary has climbed quickly on the back of two 150+ yards receiving in his last two games.

It’s hard to get a read on Matt Nichols.  So far this season he has only played twice against BC, and twice against Toronto.  That doesn’t provide for as much data to work with as other QBs in the league.  Let’s focus on the matchup. Because it looks like it could be a tough one:

Hamilton currently only gives up the 3rd fewest FPTS to QBs.  2nd fewest passing yards. The fewest passing attempts and the fewest pass completions.  QBs facing Hamilton average a passer rating of only 59.0 ( 3rd worst) and a pass efficiency rating of 76.7 ( again, 3rd worst ).  I want to go Matt Nichols this week but the numbers just don’t support it.

Andrew Harris, on the other hand, should ball. I don’t think we need to go too far into Andrew’s stats, he speaks for himself.  He has not had a single digit FPTS performance this year. He is atop the RB standing by almost a full 30 FPTS. And Hamilton appears to stink against RBs.  Actually 3rd best surrendering FPTS to backs, however they give up the most rush yards per game, averaging over 156, over 6.2 yards per rush attempt. Yikes.

I’ve been staring at the data for Dressler, Adams and Demski, and just can’t wrap my head around it. Demski had a huge game last week slightly inflating his stats. I’m not sure that’s the type of performance we can expect from him every week. Adams gave us a stinker on his last outing but previous to that was averaging 14.5 FPTS in 5 of his last 6. Dressler is seeing 6 targets per game, but lack of major scores is keeping him flying under the radar.  As mentioned previously, Hamilton is pretty good against the pass, 2nd best in the league limiting FPTS to wide outs.

Montreal Alouettes @ Ottawa RedBlacks

So what’s the over/under on Johnny’s interceptions this week?  I really hope he can put together a decent game, but it’s still Montreal, they’ll still be awful, and you’re still not starting anyone on this team.

Except maybe Tyrell Sutton? He didn’t give us much last week, but averages 15 FPTS in 5 of his last 6 games. I’ve actually got a flier out there on William Stanback, who has two double-digit FPTS games in a row, on the back of his Kick Returns  ( watch for the status of Stef Logan ). Ottawa is currently 4th best giving up few FPTS to backfields. And 2nd best limiting average yards on the ground per game.

BJ Cunningham is the best wide out option for Montreal, but still averages less than 10 FPTS per game. No room for you on my roster.

Now’s it’s Ottawa’s turn to beat on the lowly Alouettes. Trevor Harris faced Montreal in week 4, and gave us over 25 FPTS.  I expect him to have his way again. If you take out Trevor’s two games against Calgary, he’s averaging just under 20 FPTS per game. Montreal gives up the most FPTS to QBs.

QBs facing Montreal average a QB passer rating of 98.0 and a passing efficiency rating over 110.

And the matchup makes William Powell a must start. He’s averaging 18.5 FPTS in 5 of his last 7 games and is more involved in the passing game. Montreal surrenders the 2nd most rushing yards to opponents, and the most rushing attempts.

Sinopoli is in your lineup. Spencer should be in your lineup. Ellingson appears to be slumping hard.  If he doesn’t bounce back in this game, I’m dead serious, I will be personally dropping him in one of my season-long leagues. In his last five games the best he’s done is 49 receiving yards and 9.9 FPTS.  Not the Greg Ellingson we all know and love.  My sleeper pick for some salary relief in this game is RJ Harris, 5 targets in each of his last three games.

Montreal gives up the most passing yards per game, 3rd most passing attempts, 2nd most passing completions, 2nd longest average per completion, and the most 30+ yard plays in the league.

Week 9: Fantasy Projections

Quarterback Projections:

Name Team Floor Median Ceiling Final Projection
Reilly, Mike EDM 16.48 28.84 41.20 26.86
Harris, Trevor OTT 0.00 12.84 25.68 22.82
Lulay, Travis BC 13.24 17.12 21.00 18.99
Masoli, Jeremiah HAM 3.76 16.47 29.18 18.19
Nichols, Matt WPG 2.56 13.23 23.90 15.18
Manziel, Johnny MTL 0.00 0.00 0.00 9.47
Willy, Drew MTL 0.68 7.46 14.24 6.61
Streveler, Chris WPG 0.20 18.92 37.64 6.32
Fajardo, Cody BC 0.40 4.11 7.82 4.68
Davis, Dominique OTT 0.00 3.40 6.80 2.65

Running Back Projections:

Name Team Floor Median Ceiling Final Projection
Harris, Andrew WPG 11.30 22.05 32.80 23.18
Powell, William OTT 2.30 14.05 25.80 21.84
Green, Alex HAM 19.40 19.40 19.40 16.92
Gable, CJ EDM 6.70 15.45 24.20 16.05
Van, Travon BC 10.70 10.70 10.70 15.85
Sutton, Tyrell MTL 5.80 12.15 18.50 14.72
Rainey, Chris BC 7.25 15.63 24.00 10.83
Stanback, William MTL 3.05 7.25 11.45 7.49
Stone, Ryder MTL 0.10 5.10 10.10 5.92
Robinson, Jordan EDM 2.80 8.90 15.00 5.81
Logan, Stefan MTL 4.15 7.20 10.25 5.42
Flanders, Timothy WPG 0.00 0.00 0.00 4.97
Beaulieu, Jean-Cristophe OTT 1.30 7.15 13.00 4.32
Timmis, Mercer HAM 1.30 13.30 25.30 4.09
Thomas Erlington, Sean HAM 1.50 5.35 9.20 3.25

Wide Receiver Projections:

Name Team Floor Median Ceiling Final Projection
Sinopoli, Brad OTT 6.00 20.05 34.10 23.93
Williams, Duke EDM 6.10 16.85 27.60 21.46
Spencer, Diontae OTT 7.55 23.63 39.70 20.40
Walker, Derel EDM 7.60 19.40 31.20 19.12
Saunders, Jalen HAM 6.30 17.85 29.40 18.27
Banks, Brandon HAM 5.50 16.10 26.70 17.55
Arceneaux, Emmanuel BC 3.20 14.70 26.20 17.16
Burnham, Bryan BC 3.10 11.85 20.60 15.52
Adams, Darvin WPG 2.00 11.10 20.20 15.13
Tasker, Luke HAM 7.90 17.60 27.30 14.82
Dressler, Weston WPG 2.40 10.40 18.40 13.80
Williams, Chris HAM 3.50 12.65 21.80 13.19
Stafford, Kenny EDM 6.50 12.85 19.20 11.35
Harris, RJ OTT 2.00 7.15 12.30 10.97
Ellingson, Greg OTT 2.60 12.15 21.70 10.91
Cunningham, B.J. MTL 4.50 9.60 14.70 10.80
Demski, Nic WPG 4.10 16.35 28.60 10.69
Elliott, Kevin BC 10.20 10.20 10.20 9.96
Toliver, Terrence HAM 3.80 12.10 20.40 8.91
Thomas, Noel OTT 1.50 9.55 17.60 8.55
Collins, Ricky BC 3.70 13.00 22.30 8.26
Lewis, Eugene MTL 3.80 7.70 11.60 7.81
Jackson, Ernest MTL 1.40 5.85 10.30 7.69
Johnson, Shaquille BC 2.10 8.60 15.10 7.26
Harper, Chris MTL 2.70 7.70 12.70 6.92
Wolitarsky, Drew WPG 2.30 11.45 20.60 6.46
Watson, Cory BC 1.40 5.25 9.10 5.59
Jones, Mike HAM 1.60 9.30 17.00 4.92
Thompkins, Kenbrell WPG 11.10 11.10 11.10 4.10

Week 9: Start/Sit HeatMap

Start/Sit Heatmap is based on average performance at that position, versus strength/weakness of the current week’s matchup.
Green means start with confidence, Red means beware!

Week 9: Fantasy Points For/Against per Position

FPTS For:

Use the table below to see how many fantasy points each team is scoring at each position.  Higher numbers are better. For example, Saskatchewan QBs are only averaging a miserable 10.87 FPTS per game. BC’s backfield is averaging over 28.9 FPTS per game.

FPTS Against:

Use the table below to see how many fantasy points each team is giving up to each position.  Lower numbers are better. For example, QBs going up against Calgary are only able to score an average of 9.69 FPTS. WRs facing Montreal are scoring over 61.6 FPTS, on average per game.

Week 9: Starting Rosters

Note: All rosters are confirmed official one day before gameday, and will be updated as teams release their depth charts.

BC Lions ( confirmed):
QB: Travis Lulay
RB: Travon Van
FB: Lumbala
SB: Emmanuel Arceneaux (boundry), Cory Watson, Bryan Burnham
WR: Ricky Collins Jr (boundry), Shaq Johnson
PR, KR: Chris Rainey

Edmonton Eskimos ( confirmed ):
QB: Mike Reilly
RB: CJ Gable
FB: Calvin McCarty
SB: Duke Williams (boundry), Natey Adjei, Behar
WR: Derel Walker (boundry), Stafford
PR, KR: Jamil Smith

Calgary Stampeders ( BYE ):
QB: Bo Levi Mitchell
RB: Romar Morris
FB: William Langlais
SB: DaVaris Daniels (boundry), Kamar Jorden, Brescacin
WR: Marken Michel (boundry), Lemar Durant

Sask Roughriders ( BYE ):
QB: Zach Collaros
RB: Marcus Thigpen
FB: Spencer Moore
SB: Naaman Roosevelt (boundry), Williams-Lambert, Duron Carter
WR: Evans (boundry), Stanford
PR, KR:

Winnipeg BlueBombers ( confirmed ):
QB: Matt Nichols
RB: Andrew Harris
FB: Miller
SB: Weston Dressler (boundry), Nic Demski, Thompkins
WR: Darvin Adams (boundry), Wolitarsky
KR, PR: Kevi Fogg

Hamilton Ti-Cats ( confirmed ):
QB: Jeremiah Masoli
RB: Alex Green
FB:
SB: Brandon Banks (boundry) Luke Tasker, Jalen Saunders
WR: Chris Williams (boundry), Mike Jones
PR, KR: Thomas Erlington, C. Williams

Toronto Argos ( BYE ):
QB: McLeod Bethel-Thompson
RB: James Wilder Jr
FB: Declan Cross
SB: SJ Green, Noel, Armanti Edwards
WR: Smith, Malcolm Williams
PR, KR: Martese Jackson

Ottawa RedBlacks ( confirmed ):
QB: Trevor Harris
RB: William Powell
FB: Beaulieu
SB: R. Harris (boundry), Brad Sinopoli, Greg Ellingson
WR: Diontae Spencer (boundry), Dominique Rhymes
PR, KR: Diontae Spencer

Montreal Alouettes ( confirmed ):
QB: Johnny Manziel
RB: Tyrell Sutton
FB: Lavoie
SB: BJ Cunningham, Ernest Jackson, Eugene Lewis
WR: Adarius Bowman, TJ Graham
KR,PR: TJ Graham, Stone

Week 9: Season Fantasy Rankings

QB by Average Fantasy Points, with Games Played:

Name AvgFPTS GP
Bethel-Thompson, McLeod 31.48 1
Reilly, Mike 26.66 7
Masoli, Jeremiah 17.89 7
Mitchell, Bo Levi 17.04 7
Lulay, Travis 16.43 3
Harris, Trevor 14.55 7
Streveler, Chris 13.46 7
Nichols, Matt 13.29 4
Franklin, James 11.07 7
Collaros, Zach 10.70 3
Jennings, Jonathon 10.39 3
Adams, Vernon Jr 9.57 3
Willy, Drew 8.21 4
Shiltz, Matt 8.20 1
Arbuckle, Nick 8.14 4
Mathews, Jeff 6.05 3
Bennett, Bryan 5.94 1
Bridge, Brandon 5.79 5
Ray, Ricky 5.54 2
Fajardo, Cody 4.52 5
Watford, David 3.00 5
Evans, Dane 2.38 1
Davis, Dominique 2.05 7
Collins, Danny 0.84 1
Ross, Alex 0.00 1
Manziel, Johnny -3.44 1

RB by Average Fantasy Points, with Games Played:

Name AvgFPTS GP
Harris, Andrew 21.66 7
Green, Alex 19.40 1
Rutley, Brandon 17.55 1
Wilder Jr, James 17.51 7
Rainey, Chris 14.63 5
Powell, William 14.47 7
Johnson, Jeremiah 14.23 5
Jackson, Don 13.42 5
Sutton, Tyrell 12.80 7
Gable, CJ 12.54 7
Thigpen, Marcus 11.78 5
Morris, Romar 11.68 3
Van, Travon 10.70 1
Timmis, Mercer 9.00 5
Williams, Terry 8.86 5
Stanback, William 8.18 3
Logan, Stefan 7.01 4
Jackson, Martese 7.00 7
Robinson, Jordan 6.98 6
Mason, Tre 6.40 7
Cross, Declan 5.70 6
Messam, Jerome 5.40 5
Lafrance, Kienan 5.33 3
White, John 4.97 3
Beaulieu, Jean-Cristophe 3.95 6
Thomas Erlington, Sean 3.73 6
Moore, Spencer 3.47 3
Stone, Ryder 3.19 6
Lavoie, Patrick 2.62 6
McCarty, Calvin 2.60 4

WR by Average Fantasy Points, with Games Played:

Name AvgFPTS GP
Williams, Duke 19.76 7
Sinopoli, Brad 18.87 7
Walker, Derel 18.33 7
Banks, Brandon 17.83 7
Saunders, Jalen 17.51 7
Jorden, Kamar 17.12 7
Rogers, Eric 16.78 5
Spencer, Diontae 16.48 7
Tasker, Luke 13.56 5
Stafford, Kenny 12.14 7
Green, S.J. 11.84 7
Demski, Nic 11.76 7
Arceneaux, Emmanuel 11.43 6
Adams, Darvin 11.13 7
Daniels, DaVaris 10.56 7
Ellingson, Greg 10.33 7
Toliver, Terrence 10.22 5
Cunningham, B.J. 9.90 7
Roosevelt, Naaman 9.79 7
Burnham, Bryan 9.75 6
Dressler, Weston 9.67 7
Williams, Chris 9.47 6
Michel, Marken 8.84 4
Collins, Ricky 8.47 6
Jones, Christion 8.43 7
Begelton, Reginald 8.14 4
Edwards, Armanti 8.03 7
Williams-Lambert, Jordan 7.44 7
Johnson, Shaquille 7.44 5
Wolitarsky, Drew 7.10 7
Lewis, Eugene 7.04 7
Harris, RJ 6.60 5
Evans, Shaquelle 6.32 6
Brescacin, Juwan 5.65 6
Jones, Mike 5.64 7

Week 9: Wide Receiver Stats

WR by Receiving Yards, with Targets and Receptions:

Name RecYds3 Targets Rec
Williams, Duke 713 67 37
Saunders, Jalen 686 59 42
Sinopoli, Brad 641 65 52
Walker, Derel 617 53 37
Banks, Brandon 612 66 45
Jorden, Kamar 580 52 37
Stafford, Kenny 490 45 30
Green, S.J. 419 67 37
Arceneaux, Emmanuel 386 40 24
Ellingson, Greg 373 59 31
Daniels, DaVaris 368 41 26
Spencer, Diontae 349 53 32
Adams, Darvin 335 42 21
Rogers, Eric 329 32 21
Tasker, Luke 328 35 23
Williams, Chris 320 31 19
Burnham, Bryan 310 38 22
Dressler, Weston 309 44 27
Cunningham, B.J. 292 41 26
Edwards, Armanti 273 34 21
Toliver, Terrence 271 28 18
Lewis, Eugene 270 26 16
Demski, Nic 267 40 28
Roosevelt, Naaman 256 41 23
Williams-Lambert, Jordan 241 30 22
Jones, Mike 225 26 17
Collins, Ricky 223 35 20
Evans, Shaquelle 209 31 17
Harris, RJ 200 17 13
Holley, Caleb 193 20 10
Begelton, Reginald 185 18 13
Brescacin, Juwan 169 17 11
Michel, Marken 167 20 11
Johnson, Shaquille 162 20 15
Wolitarsky, Drew 157 13 10
Jackson, Ernest 146 29 14
Noel, Llevi 144 17 9
Behar, Nathaniel 123 19 11
Smith, Rodney 123 18 10
Watson, Cory 120 18 11
Stanford, Joshua 117 20 10
Carter, Duron 111 15 8
Thomas, Noel 103 15 8

WR by Receiving Touchdowns:

Name TD3
Williams, Duke 5
Walker, Derel 5
Rogers, Eric 5
Jorden, Kamar 4
Wolitarsky, Drew 4
Sinopoli, Brad 3
Adams, Darvin 3
Roosevelt, Naaman 3
Saunders, Jalen 2
Banks, Brandon 2
Daniels, DaVaris 2
Spencer, Diontae 2
Tasker, Luke 2
Cunningham, B.J. 2
Demski, Nic 2
Stafford, Kenny 1
Green, S.J. 1
Arceneaux, Emmanuel 1
Ellingson, Greg 1
Williams, Chris 1
Burnham, Bryan 1
Dressler, Weston 1
Edwards, Armanti 1
Toliver, Terrence 1
Lewis, Eugene 1
Williams-Lambert, Jordan 1
Collins, Ricky 1
Brescacin, Juwan 1
Michel, Marken 1
Johnson, Shaquille 1
Watson, Cory 1
Carter, Duron 1
Thomas, Noel 1
Durant, Lemar 1
Adjei, Natey 1
Harper, Chris 1

Week 9: Running Back Stats

RB by Rushing Yards, with Carries and Rushing Touchdowns:

Name RushYds2 Car RushTD2
Harris, Andrew 638 105 5
Powell, William 504 106 2
Gable, CJ 481 94 2
Jackson, Don 442 68 2
Wilder Jr, James 374 83 3
Sutton, Tyrell 323 67 1
Johnson, Jeremiah 272 48 3
Mason, Tre 251 42 0
Messam, Jerome 205 52 0
Timmis, Mercer 188 38 4
Thigpen, Marcus 184 26 3
Williams, Terry 145 29 0
Thomas Erlington, Sean 136 18 0
Morris, Romar 106 36 1
Rutley, Brandon 91 17 1
White, John 89 22 1
Rainey, Chris 84 19 0
Green, Alex 74 15 2
Lafrance, Kienan 63 14 1
Jackson, Martese 60 12 0
Stanback, William 56 5 0
Whitlock, Nikita 38 6 0
Milanovic-Litre, Ante 26 3 0
Robinson, Jordan 23 7 0
Burks, Brandon 21 4 0
Stone, Ryder 13 4 1
Logan, Stefan 12 1 0
Gingras-Gagnon, Simon 11 1 0
Moore, Spencer 6 1 0

RB by Receiving Yards, with Targets and Receptions:

Name RecYds3 Targets Rec
Wilder Jr, James 322 38 31
Sutton, Tyrell 273 34 26
Harris, Andrew 208 33 27
Powell, William 159 23 17
Rainey, Chris 121 15 12
Thigpen, Marcus 113 18 12
Beaulieu, Jean-Cristophe 97 11 8
Johnson, Jeremiah 90 14 14
Cross, Declan 82 17 14
Mason, Tre 78 13 11
Gable, CJ 77 19 16
Lavoie, Patrick 67 12 9
Robinson, Jordan 48 4 3
Moore, Spencer 48 6 5
McCarty, Calvin 44 8 6
Jackson, Don 39 15 7
Lafrance, Kienan 37 2 2
Morris, Romar 35 8 6
Messam, Jerome 25 7 6
Jackson, Martese 21 5 3
Stone, Ryder 21 2 2
Thomas Erlington, Sean 20 3 2
Stanback, William 17 3 3
Langlais, William 13 5 2
Timmis, Mercer 12 3 1
Dupuis, Alexandre 12 2 1
Whitlock, Nikita 10 3 3

RB by Receiving Touchdowns:

Name RecTD3
Harris, Andrew 2
Cross, Declan 2
Wilder Jr, James 1
Powell, William 1
Beaulieu, Jean-Cristophe 1
Gable, CJ 1
Robinson, Jordan 1

Week 9: Quarterback Stats

QB by Passing Yards, with Completions and Attempts:

Name PassYds Comp Att
Reilly, Mike 2320 160 231
Masoli, Jeremiah 2214 161 241
Mitchell, Bo Levi 1887 134 203
Harris, Trevor 1887 161 243
Franklin, James 967 92 141
Lulay, Travis 932 72 112
Nichols, Matt 874 71 112
Bridge, Brandon 669 68 104
Streveler, Chris 626 58 92
Collaros, Zach 570 44 69
Willy, Drew 566 52 80
Jennings, Jonathon 487 48 72
Mathews, Jeff 396 29 47
Ray, Ricky 307 34 54
Bethel-Thompson, McLeod 302 25 37
Adams, Vernon Jr 220 16 33
Watford, David 168 15 32
Shiltz, Matt 160 16 25
Manziel, Johnny 104 11 20
Davis, Dominique 86 6 10
Bennett, Bryan 71 3 4
Fajardo, Cody 68 5 6
Evans, Dane 52 3 3
Collins, Danny 41 3 7
Ross, Alex 0 0 1
Arbuckle, Nick 0 0 0

QB by Passing Touchdowns, with Interceptions:

Name PassTD Int
Reilly, Mike 13 7
Mitchell, Bo Levi 13 4
Harris, Trevor 8 5
Masoli, Jeremiah 7 8
Streveler, Chris 6 2
Nichols, Matt 5 4
Lulay, Travis 4 2
Bethel-Thompson, McLeod 4 1
Collaros, Zach 3 2
Willy, Drew 3 1
Franklin, James 2 6
Jennings, Jonathon 2 3
Bridge, Brandon 1 3
Mathews, Jeff 1 1
Watford, David 1 2
Shiltz, Matt 1 2
Davis, Dominique 1 0
Manziel, Johnny 0 4
Ray, Ricky 0 1
Adams, Vernon Jr 0 1
Bennett, Bryan 0 0
Fajardo, Cody 0 1
Evans, Dane 0 0
Collins, Danny 0 1

QB by Rushing Yards, with Rushing Touchdowns:

Name RushYds2 RushTD2
Streveler, Chris 232 4
Masoli, Jeremiah 207 2
Reilly, Mike 198 6
Adams, Vernon Jr 99 2
Jennings, Jonathon 97 0
Franklin, James 88 6
Watford, David 83 0
Bridge, Brandon 82 0
Bethel-Thompson, McLeod 54 0
Harris, Trevor 44 0
Fajardo, Cody 39 3
Bennett, Bryan 31 0
Davis, Dominique 29 1
Willy, Drew 22 0
Mitchell, Bo Levi 18 0
Shiltz, Matt 18 0
Collaros, Zach 13 0
Collins, Danny 12 0
Ray, Ricky 8 0
Manziel, Johnny 4 0
Mathews, Jeff 3 0
Evans, Dane 3 0
Nichols, Matt 2 1
Lulay, Travis 0 0