Most cheat sheets are geared toward standard leagues, as are most strategy articles. This is so even though a substantial percentage - if not a majority - of leagues are employing some kind of point per reception (PPR) scoring system. While many leagues award half a point per reception, some even three-quarters, and some different amounts depending on a player's position, let's for the sake of simplicity address the most common format: one point per reception, i.e, straight PPR, for all players.
Adopting this parameter for your scoring has some obvious and not so obvious implications for player valuation and ultimately draft stategy. Let's run down some of the key ones:
Quarterbacks lose some of their value
Unlike, running backs, receivers and tight ends, quarterbacks obviously don't catch passes, and therefore signal callers will account for less of the total scoring output each week in a PPR league than in a standard one. Quarterbacks ar You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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