A player gets stats on a Thursday, Sunday, or Monday and those stats turn into points for your fantasy team and the team with the most points wins. That’s fantasy football in a nutshell. However, there is a lot more nuisance to it than that, especially with the rise of different scoring systems becoming popular. Standard, PPR, half-PPR, differences in quarterback touchdown points, fractional scoring, 1.5 PPR for tight ends, and defensive scoring changes all make for exciting ways to make a familiar game different and challenging once more. The problem often is though, that owners don’t adequately account for the changes in scoring systems when drafting between the multiple teams they have or frankly if your league changes the scoring system from one year to the next. The same guys or defenses shouldn’t necessarily be going in the same spots across all those formats because they won’t always bring you the same scoring as they will in other systems.

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