Draft Weekend PPR Rankings With Uncertainty Landscapes.

Draft Weekend PPR Rankings With Uncertainty Landscapes.

Welcome to Draft Weekend. The season approaches and I wanted to get my latest material out for my readers. PPR Rankings With Uncertainty Landscapes.

  • I use my FSP Rankings within tiers.
  • UNC levels can break ties. 
  • In Full Point PPR Leagues – Tend to draft WRs and pass-catching RBs
  • In Half-Point PPR leagues- Tend to flip and horde RBs
  • In Shallow Benches, I do not take double QBs or TEs
  • In Deep Benches, I take doubles QB and TEs and go deep into RB levels (I like to Handcuff the RB Handcuffs) vs WRs. 
  • Early Draft Picks, I like to go RB RB WR WR
  • Late Draft Picks, I go RB TE (Kelce or Kittle) or WR
  • Pick Late QBs and with a deep bench, I stream QBs. 
  • Use Barbell Approach for TEs. Take them early or wait wait till late and stream TEs. 
  • If the value is there I have to take it. 
  • Let your opponents goof up in the late draft and snipe the value. 
  • Like to go conservative early and then reach later. 

PPR Rankings With Uncertainty Landscapes Top to Bottom. 

PPR Rankings With Uncertainty Landscapes. The PPR rankings below are my overall PPR rankings that include:

  1. Overall Rank
  2. Player
  3. Team
  4. Position
  5. Positional Rank
  6. Bye Week
  7. Uncertainty Level (LOW, AVG, HIGH) 
  8. Tier Metric (new metric I invented- trying it out)
  9. FSP Rankings 
  10. Player
  11. to 13  FPSR under the UNC Level.

I placed the tier breaks by the black lines based on my Tier Metric. FYI.

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PPR Rankings With Uncertainty Landscapes. Positional Views and Tiers. 

I use these to focus onto the positions. I suggest a list of key targets for you to draft. 

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KICKERs

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I like M GAY Late as a Kicker

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DEFENSE

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I Like Buffalo, then Chicago, or wait for Tennessee (Streaming) 

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QUARTERBACKS

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Brees is fine late. 

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RUNNING BACKS

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Like Lindsey, Cohen, Duke Late

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TIGHT ENDS

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Hurst is fine late or stream with several. 

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Wide Receivers 

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Like Jones Crowder Shepard then deep I target Gage, Lazard, Fitz, Perriman 

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Link to my Recent Rankings Articles

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