I understand not everyone plays in 6 point passing touchdown and/or PPR leagues. If you have a question pertaining to your league, email me, firstname.lastname@example.org. But you should know this, rushing quarterbacks (Tyrod Taylor) lose value in 6 point passing touchdown, as all touchdowns (passing and rushing) account for the same amount of points. Tyrod Taylor finished as QB8 in 4 point passing touchdowns leagues last year, but finished as QB16 in 6 point. Pertaining to PPR, receiving running backs (James White) gain value in addition to wide receivers (Golden Tate) and tight ends (Jason Witten) that catch a high volume of receptions. James White finished as RB35 in standard leagues last year, but finished as RB26 in PPR. On smaller scales, Golden Tate was WR23 in standard leagues last year, but finished as WR17 in PPR while Jason Witten was TE14 in standard leagues last year, but finished as TE11 in PPR. If you don't know what PPR is, it stands for point per reception, so in a standard league 8 catches, 80 yards would register as 8 points. But, in a PPR league, it would register as 16 points, because of the receptions.
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