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With a number of PPR mock drafts taking place recently, it’s time to start looking at some of the trends that are happening right now. It’s still fairly early in the process and there’s likely to be plenty more movement, but starting now allows you to properly formulate a draft strategy and then continue to fine tune it over the next few weeks as players continue to rise and fall in the ADP rankings. Today we’re going to look at the top 24, or basically the first two rounds of a 12-team PPR league. We’ll note some of the differences versus an NFL standard league and then track some of the recent movement we’ve seen over the last two weeks to get a feel for potential risers and fallers.
Top 24 Overall – PPR Leagues
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The biggest story out of Ravens camp this offseason hasn’t been about Terrell Suggs’ injury, or Joe Flacco saying he thinks he’s the best quarterback in the league or even that Chuck Pagano bolted to coach the kids in Indy this year. Those were all key pieces to an odd offseason, but the Ray Rice dilemna was the biggest story during the break.
Would he or wouldn’t he was...
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I don't see a lot of depth at RB anymore, especially with the way the the game is played now. There are so few teams with featured backs anymore. With team running two and three backs now the fantasy value of RB is not what it use to be.
In most leagues the QB should...
As one of the few true workhorse backs remaining in the NFL, Ray Rice received a new contract from the Ravens reflecting his elite status in the league. In 2011, he gained 2,068 yards from scrimmage, rushed for 12 scores and averaged 4.7 yards per carry with highlights reminiscent of Barry Sanders. The statistic that best illustrates Rice’s versatility was his 76 receptions, the...
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+ The Ravens had no choice but to sign Ray Rice to a long-term contract, and the deal wound up being fair for both sides. Rice will receive $8 million per year, which is more than fair for his production level. The Bears were also wise to sign Matt Forte but had Chicago rolled...
Now that the Ravens have inked Ray Rice to a $40 million contract, the next priority for the organization is locking up quarterback Joe Flacco to a long-term deal. Flacco is maintaining his focus on the upcoming season, though, not his unresolved contract status as he heads into the final year of his rookie contract, according to his agent. "Joe is very, very excited for...