There’s no ‘best’ format for a fantasy league

The biggest fantasy news of the week, at least as far as PFF is concerned? Our 2018 projections are now LIVE. Jeff Ratcliffe offered up a sneak peek, and the full projections are available for subscribers. Jeff also ranked his top 62 wide receivers in this year’s draft class for fantasy purposes, as he works his way through the positions.
Tyler Buecher finishes his pass through the positions to look at dart-throw additions for dynasty leagues with wide receivers and tight ends.
Pat Thorman recapped the latest PFF Fantasy mock draft, a 12-team PPR league, with a question: Is it better to come in with a strategy, or go best player available?
Scott Barrett’s Metrics that Matter series stayed with the pass-catchers with a look at WR Rating based on the passer, then diving in on Travis Kelce and Golden Tate.
Michael Moore’s Player Showdown series squared off a veteran running back, Devonta Freeman, with a second-year guy, Joe Mixon. Speaking of second-year players, Dan Clasgens put the second-year running backs under the microscope to determine their fantasy status for 2018.
Daniel Kelley continued his look at targets-per-route data with the AFC, then investigated quantity vs. quality as it regarded workloads in 2017.
Tyler Loechner investigated the relationship between down and distance and fantasy scoring, then broke down quarterbacks’ fantasy success by the direction they threw the ball.
Daniel Kelley, Dan Clasgens, Dan Schneier, and Michael Moore continued their series in the keeper longevity of the top players with a look at the wide receivers.

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