2020 NFL Draft Guide: Adjustments for Scoring Differences
James Grande shows you which players should be adjusted in your draft strategy plans depending on your league's scoring format.
From league to league in every fantasy sport you have differences in the way things are scored. You have points and categories leagues in some sports like MLB and NBA and you have head-to-head leagues in all of them. In fantasy football leagues, things can get crazy. You have your standard scoring, point-per-reception (full or half), yardage bonuses, touchdown bonuses and the list goes on forever. Your job as the player in the specific league you’re playing in is to adjust to your leagues rules and scoring and learn what it takes to win the chip, as G Baby and the rest of the Kekembas all called it.
There are a couple of basics you MUST know when you’re dipping your toes into Fantasy Football. First off, is your league standard or point-per-reception scoring (PPR). The way you’ll draft receivers may be different based on the amount of volume they see and you’ll tend to gravitate towards those guys in PPR. If they’re someone who contributes a lot of yards and scores a bunch,...