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Average PPR rankings

This is going to be short and sweet, friends, since let's be honest: it's late(ish) east coast time and I have a kid who likes to wake before dawn. He couldn't care less that tomorrow is Saturday; all the better for him, really, since the look in his eyes most certainly says let's get the weekend morning party started extra early, mama! So back to FF. The general idea here is that I've updated my average position rankings spreadsheet to reflect the latest rankings, but the real change is that it's for PPR rankings only. You all have spoken and you requested some PPR lovin', so that's indeed what you're getting. Here you have it: PPR version of the average position rankings spreadsheet.

Once again, if you need the excel version emailed to you, just send me an email and I'll try and get it to you within 12 hours if I can. I know it's draft crunch time, so I'll do my best to get it out ASAP. Now in return, send me wishes for deep and long-lasting sleep tonight. Ha! Maybe in 10 years.


Unknown said…
thanks so much for doing this- just a quick question... I am new to your site so I am sorry if this is a redundant question. what are the colors corresponding to? hope you got tons of sleep man!
Anonymous said…
If I understand your question correctly, the colors respresent the various roster positions (i.e. RBs are in blue, WRs are in green, etc.).
TW said…
Thanks for this!
Anonymous said…
Sleep well! Thanks for your hard work. Your fan in Asheville
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