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What does Full PPR represent?
- Full PPR means 1 point per reception.
- There are many different types of PPR including 0.25 and 0.5.
- PPR means you receive the full point per reception.
- This format drastically increases the value of players who see 10+ targets per game
Pros and cons
- Increases value of slot receivers and receiving backs
- Leads to more fantasy points scored each week
- Makes every reception a little more exciting as you look for your receiver to be targeted
- Decreases the value of running backs who don’t see targets in the passing game
- Slightly decreases the value of a touchdown, as you would rather have 100 reception players on your team
- Weights the value of WRs a little more heavily than would be considered “balanced”. With the NFL switching to a pass heavy approach anyway, 1 PPR tends to lead to unbalanced scoring.
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In conclusion, there are pros and cons to playing in a full PPR league, but overall it does make for a fun experience. If you have any questions, be sure to join our free fantasy football community. Thanks for checking out FTA. Good luck in your fantasy football leagues!