To help put Michael Vick’s 2010 Monday night fantasy performance in perspective, the greatest fantasy games of the past decade (2000-2009) are compared to Vick’s fantasy points from Week 10 of this 2010 season. As a result, for this list, he knocks out Terrell Owens’ 20-catch, 283-yard and one touchdown day vs. Chicago in Week 16 of 2000. Find out where Vick lands among the past decade’s top five greatest fantasy games. Scoring method is 6 points for pass/rush/rec TD; 1 point per 25 pass yards; 1 point per 10 rush/rec yards and 1 point per reception.
Shaun Alexander totaled 232 yards and five touchdowns vs. Minnesota. He ran for 139 yards and four scores, and had three receptions for 92 yards and a touchdown. Both Alexander and Tomlinson tie in this scoring format, but Alexander receives the edge for a higher score without counting receptions.
Marshall Faulk, Week 17 (Dec. 24), 2000 at New Orleans (57.1 points)
Marshall Faulk ran for 220 yards, caught seven passes for 41 yards and scored four touchdowns (two rushing, two receiving) at New Orleans. He finished with 261 total yards.
Michael Vick, Week 10 (Nov. 15), 2010 at Washington (57.3 points)
Michael Vick threw for 333 yards and four scores, and ran for 80 yards and two touchdowns. He completed 20-of-28 passes to seven different receivers and had zero interceptions.
Clinton Portis, Week 14 (Dec. 7), 2003 vs. Kansas City (57.4 points)
Clinton Portis ran for 218 yards and five touchdowns, and caught two passes for 36 yards. He finished with 254 total yards and five touchdowns vs. Kansas City.