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NOTEWORTHY: Travis (right) had a .314 career average in 12 years with the Senators. In 1993 Ted Williams called Travis "one of the five best lefthanded hitters I ever saw." ... Spooner set a record by striking out the first six batters he faced. He made only two starts in '54—both were complete-game shutouts—but arm trouble ended his career after two seasons. Richard twice led the NL in K's before suffering a stroke in 1980.
TDs: 3 Billy Sims (Detroit, 1980), Marshall Faulk (Indy, 1994)
RUSHING YARDS: 193 Ottis Anderson (St. Louis, 1979)
RECEIVING YARDS: 217 Anquan Boldin (Arizona, 2003)
PASSING YARDS: 334 Ed Rubbert (Washington, 1987)
NOTEWORTHY: Anderson, Boldin, Faulk and Sims were each named offensive rookie of the year by the AP.... Sims led the NFL with 16 TDs as a rookie.... Rubbert (right) was a replacement player during the 1987 strike. In his debut he threw three TDs to Anthony Allen, who had 255 receiving yards, which is still a team record. Rubbert was the inspiration for Keanu Reeves's character in the 2000 movie The Replacements.
POINTS: 43 Wilt Chamberlain (Philadelphia, 1959)
REBOUNDS: 28 Chamberlain