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2016 PPR average rankings spreadsheet

Yo. It's average rankings spreadsheet time, friends. I'm throwing this up here with very little extras and flashiness to the spreadsheet (and admittedly, I already found a few spots that need to be fixed) - hope to tweak it as the weekend goes on. I started with PPR this year (1 point) since the poll on my site gave the slightest of edges to PPR over standard. I'll try to get to standard scoring rankings in the next few days, too. But for now, feast your eyes on the average rankings spreadsheet for 2016.

Sites included this year are: CBS (Dave and Jamey), ESPN, Fantasy Pros, Scout Fantasy, numberFire, The Fake Football, The Fifth Down, and Yahoo. I gathered the overall rankings from these sites, which varied from 175ish to 300ish players. As usual, I've included the standard deviation so that you can get a sense of agreement on each player.

If you need this sent as an e-mail instead, let me know and I'll do my best to get it out to you within a day or so.

Comments

Courtney Leigh said…
Yay!!! So awesome! Thanks.
Sean said…
You rock! Thanks!
Anonymous said…
Thank you!
Thank you so much. Look forward to reading everything this season. So glad you have decided to push forward. Any thoughts on draft software?
Anonymous said…
Thank you so much. I actually made it to the playoffs last year because of you and your awesome sheet. Keep up the good work.
kate reymann said…
Allen Hurn or Larry Fitzgerald for my keeper...any suggestions from the crowd?

So nice to be back on this site!
GS9 said…
any chance you'll have regular scoring done before the weekend? I've used your sheet 3 years in a row and credit it for my champ last year. Thanks!
Unknown said…
Any chance you could email me your spreadsheet for standard leagues? I have a draft tonight. Girl power! 22wareagle22@gmail.com

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