Kensat30 wrote:PPR SHOULD only significantly impact drafting tendencies when you add a full point and start at least 3 WRs. That' when you see cumulative WR value start to trump RB value. At .5 PPR, I don't think that type of production merits drafting WRs earlier than you normally would. A half point PPR isn't going to benefit your team all that much even starting a lot of WRs, if anything I think you might slightly change around your WR rankings, but not your overall draft strategy.
Of course in any draft you have to adjust to the flow to ensure that you don't get caught on the wrong end of a run. Complete teams win championships, and an early value that doesn't help your starting lineup often times isn't a value at all.
Yeah, in my league I have an option of starting 2 RBs, 2 WRs, or 1 RB and 3 WRs. That's why I might try a new strategy this year.