ERIK KRAMER

QUARTERBACK

FANTASY FOOTBALL

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Erik Kramer was a top notch NFL Quarterback who took two different teams to the NFL Playoffs and made it to the NFL Championship game with the Detroit Lions. Known mainly as the QB of the Bears in the 1990's, he also played for the Lions, the San Diego Chargers, the Atlanta Falcons and had a short stint in the Canadian Football League.

In 1995 he set the Bears all-time single season passing record with 3838 yards, adding 29 TD passes and only 10 INT's. His passer rating was 93.5, about two points lower than his personal best.

In 1991 after leading Detroit to a 38 point win over the Dallas Cowboys, the Lions fell to the Redskins in the NFC Championship Game. In 1993 the Lions lost to Green Bay. He got back to the playoffs in 1994 with the Bears, losing to the eventual Super Bowl Champions, the San Francisco 49er's, in the Wild Card Game.  Erik completed 19 of 28 passes for one TD, but was sacked 4 times.

Erik went on to television career on Fox where he was part of a Fantasy Football Show. There he teamed with other NFL players in using his prowess as a former player, to lend insight for Fantasy owners. Today he is teamed with journalist and Fantasy Football expert Bob Brill for the weekly podcast, "Kramer and Brill Fantasy Football."