Basic statistics projections for skill players only.
Projections have a key at the bottom of the pages:
If a player (running back) has two sets of projections, the first is rushing, the second is receiving. Its pretty obvious by looking at the numbers, if its not projected stats are not useful for the team owner anyway.
Touchdowns are not 0,1,2,3,etc. Touchdowns are expressed as a likelihood. For instance 1.7t for a quarterback means if the game was played 10 times the QB would have 17 TDs.
Or you can read that as 1 or 2 TDs, most likely 2. Ditto for running 0.4t means if the game was played 10 times you could expect 4 TDs. So you can read that as 0 or 1 TD leaning a little towards 0.