A Look At The Historical Greatest Fantasy Football Lineup

Published on December 28th, 2021 11:23 am EST
Written By: Dave Manuel

Michael Vick during his time with the Philadelphia Eagles.  Part of the best single game fantasy football lineup. What does the greatest ever single-game fantasy football lineup look like?

How many points would the greatest single-game fantasy football lineup of all time produce in a standard scoring format, assuming the traditional lineup mix of 1 QB, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, 1 Flex, 1 Kicker and 1 DST? (4 Point passing touchdowns, 6 point rushing and receiving touchdowns, 0.04 per passing yard and 0.1 per rushing or receiving yards)

Here is the greatest lineup of all time:


Michael Vick, November 15th, 2010, 49.32 points

333 Passing Yards
4 Passing TDs
80 Rushing Yards
2 Rushing TDs


Clinton Portis, December 7th, 2003, 55.4 points

218 Rushing Yards
5 Rushing TDs
36 Receiving Yards


Alvin Kamara, December 25th, 2020, 53.2 points

155 Rushing Yards
6 Rushing TDs
17 Receiving Yards


Jerry Rice, October 14th, 1990, 52.5 points

13 Receptions
225 Receiving Yards
5 Receiving TDs


Jerry Butler, September 23rd, 1979, 50.7 points

10 Receptions
255 Receiving Yards
5 Receiving TDs


Kellen Winslow, November 22nd, 1981, 44.4 points

13 Receptions
144 Receiving Yards
5 Receiving TDs


Shaun Alexander, September 29th, 2002, 53.1 points

139 Rushing Yards
4 Rushing TDs
92 Receiving Yards
1 Receiving TD


Cleveland Browns, September 10th, 1989, 50 points

53 Yards Allowed
8 Takeaways
3 Defensive Touchdowns
6 Sacks


Rob Bironas, October 21st, 2007, 28 points

8 Field Goals of varying length


Note: Jonathan Taylor's 5 TD performance on November 21st, 2021 just barely missed the cut.


In total, the greatest ever single-game fantasy football team put up a total of 436.62 points in the standard fantasy football scoring format.

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