August ADP: PPR Report

Kyle Soppe stops by to give his input on early season ADPs and which players will offer strong value in PPR formats.

| 2 years ago
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August ADP: PPR Report


olsen-gregAfter taking a look at the standard league ADPs, I now take a trip to the PPR side of things. Values change in this format, but the public has been over-correcting in plenty of circumstances. Here is a round-by-round evaluation of which players have fallen too far in this scoring structure.

Round 1: Eddie Lacy (pick 7)

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  • kbonney

    Careful hitching your wagon to a RBs on Sean Payton’s team. We all know he’s been one to split carries. I understand that PT caught a ton of balls last year. lol “ton of balls” But I could easily argue that Ray Rice in Kubiak’s offense offers me more upside than PT. Rice’s two game suspension is nothing to worry about. I feel Ray has more upside here.

  • kbonney

    I play .5PPR so that could indeed be where our opinions differ.