Auction PPR Cheat Sheet
If you were to compare out auction ppr league cheat sheet with our standard redraft league auction cheat sheet you would notice that values are a little lower for quarterbacks, kickers, team defense and those position players who fail to rack up a respectable amount of receptions. The reason is simple, in these leagues the main difference is that you’re getting point production for receptions and only running backs, wide receivers and tight ends are going to accumulate those points, thus giving them extra value from standard leagues.
Just look at Madden poster child Peyton Hillis as an example of how increased points in receptions can help turn you into a fantasy stud. Sure, Hillis was productive on the ground and had no problems finding the end zone but his 61 receptions helped make him a top ten and at times a top five running back in leagues last season.
Finding pass catchers that rack up a solid amount of receptions for their position, gives you added insurance that you will get respectable production from them, even if they have an off day in total yards or fail to find the end zone. That is why I have Hillis’s auction value ranked as a 27 dollar running back, even though I his stats won’t be the same this season.
Below you will find our auction PPR cheat sheet for the 2011 fantasy football season. We will have an update for this cheat sheet towards the end of July and then again, just before the third preseason week in August. Most fantasy owners tend to draft their squads, during or after the third preseason week, so that way you will get an updated list to download from our site. Good luck in your 2011 PPR fantasy football league, and be sure to come back to us for in season rankings and advise for PPR league play.
Cheat Sheet Last Updated – September 2nd
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