Weighing the Advantages and Disadvantages of Point-Per-Reception Scoring

Posted: 25th November 2009 by Jonathan Bales in NFL
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With the recent vast upswing in fantasy football popularity has come a tremendous diversity in the way the game is played.á There are draft leagues, keeper leagues, dynasty leagues, auction leagues, salary cap leagues and so on. Leagues differ in the number of teams, the starting requirements, and the scoring systems.á In this article, I will take a look at one aspect of scoring: The implementation of a point for each reception and the effects it can have on your squad. Switching your league from a standard scoring league to a PPR scoring league creates drastic differences in the manner in which one goes about building their team. Wide receivers instantly gain more value, and running backs who catch the ball out of the backfield (Ray Rice, Reggie Bush, Maurice Jones-Drew) see their valu ...

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