2012 PPR – WR Auction Values
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Take a look at our wide receivers auction values for ppr leagues, 200 dollar cap.
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Last Updated – August 28th
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2011- 200 Cap – Wide Receiver Auction Values
Values Last Updated – September 2nd
No, it’s not peanut butter jelly time; it’s time to get ready for your PPR auction draft with a rundown of our wide receiver dollar values. It’s also time to consider 2010 breakout receiver Danny Amendola of the Rams as an option to acquire for your flex play or No.3 receiver on your squad. While Amendola won’t make many big plays or likely score ten touchdowns in a season, he has a knack for racking up the receptions as he posted 85 in his second year in the league.
With Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels running the show, it’s likely that he will use Amendola much like he used Wes Welker when he was the play caller for the Patriots. At the end of the day, the Rams have a million receivers but look to Amendola (especially in PPR leagues) as the safe bet to come out of this squad as the top valued receiver, because of his dependability and consistent activity in the passing game.
Amendola is just one receiver who gets a significant change in value in PPR leagues as other options like Welker, Brandon Marshall, Davone Bess, Mike Thomas and Jordan Shipley all get a bump in value in these leagues. Most of the names listed above (excluding Welker and Marshall), may not see a huge flux in dollar value because many fantasy owners tend to view them the same way they do in standard scoring leagues. This means you will probably get them at cheep prices, but they are reliable options to help your team from week to week or at least for a bye week fill in.
The dollar values below are based on a 200 dollar cap, so make sure you keep that in mind when going over the players listed below. We will have updates for this page and all our various rankings on the website throughout the summer.
Expect changes to this page towards the end of July as free agency is likely to start on July 15th and players are sure to move around the league, thus creating change in our values below. We will also update our rankings around the third week of the preseason as that time of the summer when the bulk of drafts start to take place around the web.
|14||Mike Williams (TB)||18|
|32||Steve Smith (Car)||3|
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