Brandon Marshall led the league in targets in his last two years with Jay Cutler and is poised to be a PPR monster. Check out who else should garner your interest in the top 75.
If you've been checking out my positional rankings, you might have noticed that I have been ranking them without PPR. PPR has become the choice of die-hard fantasy players these days and it makes that little extra research turn a bigger profit.
Instead of doing a whole new set of positional rankings for PPR with the backs, receivers and tight ends, we're just going to rank all of them with the quarterbacks in this edition.
In case you missed it, here are the positional rankings with some stats and/or reasoning for each player:
This ranking is for deeper leagues for competitive owners. As I said in the QB and TE ranks, it's tough to grab an elite QB or TE in leagues where everyone knows who the sleepers are at running back and receiver. QB and TE are as deep as ever, so I'd rather fight that battle later in the draft than have a hole at my flex or WR3 spot.
Similarly, since this is PPR, the wide receivers get a bit of an edge over the RB2-type guys
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