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Its Fantasy Football Season. Are you ready? We are. The most popular scoring system uses Points Per Reception or “PPR”. In PPR scoring systems, players earn additional points for each reception they make. This scoring format places a premium on pass-catching players and alters the fantasy football landscape. To optimize your fantasy football strategy in a PPR league, consider the following tips:

  1. Wide receivers and pass-catching running backs who consistently receive a large number of targets are highly valuable in PPR leagues. These players have more opportunities to accumulate points through receptions.
  2. Running backs who are proficient at both rushing and receiving are valuable in PPR leagues. They can accumulate points not only on the ground but also through receptions, boosting their overall fantasy value.
  3. Slot receivers and PPR specialists excel in PPR leagues since they are frequently targeted on shorter routes and receive a higher volume of catches. These players can provide a steady stream of points.
  4. Tight ends heavily involved in their team’s passing game are significant assets in PPR formats. They often act as safety valves for quarterbacks and can rack up receptions and points.
  5. Balance High Floor with Upside: While high-volume receivers and pass-catching running backs offer a high floor, don’t overlook players with big-play potential. A mix of consistent point producers and players with high upside will help you win matchups and fantasy championships.
  6. Study each team’s target distribution to identify players who receive a large percentage of their team’s passing volume. This data can help you make informed decisions during your draft and throughout the season.
  7. Keep an eye on the weekly matchups and consider starting players who are more likely to exploit favorable defensive scenarios.
  8. In PPR leagues, having depth at the wide receiver and running back positions is crucial. Injuries and bye weeks are common, so a strong bench with PPR-friendly players will give you more lineup flexibility.
  9. When you draft a top-tier running back who is known for their receiving ability, consider drafting their backup as a handcuff. In the event of an injury, you’ll have a player who can step in and maintain the PPR production.
  10. Keep an eye on the waiver wire throughout the season, as unexpected breakout players can emerge as valuable assets in PPR formats.

Remember that while PPR scoring favors pass-catching players, it’s essential to strike a balance between different positions and adapt your strategy based on your league’s unique dynamics and scoring settings. Stay informed, stay active, and make well-informed decisions to maximize your team’s potential in a PPR fantasy football league.

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Here’s some links to some of my favorite fantasy football sites:

https://www.cbssports.com/

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https://www.fandraftonline.com/

https://www.fantasypros.com/