Sammy Baugh and Charley Taylor lead the Washington Commanders – The Athletic

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the creation of fantasy football, The Athletic reviews the best fantasy players and fantasy seasons in NFL history.

A detailed look at the system used to rate historical fantasy performance can be found in our Top Fantasy Players of All Time introduction page, but here is a brief summary.

Fantasy player performance is adjusted through the era so that players who dominated during low-scoring eras can compete against players who racked up huge point totals in higher-scoring eras.

Once these adjustments are made, players are then credited for having a starter-caliber season (one point), a quality season (one point), an impact campaign (1.5 points), or being an elite starter (two points). These points stack up and are measured in both non-PPR and PPR and serve as the basis for determining who the best fantasy players in NFL history are.

Now that we’re done with the preliminaries, let’s take a look at the best fantasy players in Washington Commanders team history!

(Note: The numbers listed below are for player performance while on Commanders.)

Fantastic all-time starting lineup

QB: Sammy Baugh

RB: Cliff Battles

AR: Andy Farkas

WR: Charley Taylor

WR: Hugh Taylor

TE: Jerry Smith

SuperFLEX: Sonny Jurgensen

Quarterback – Sammy Baugh

Baugh was a true early NFL superstar and is still the most accomplished player in team history.

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