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Rank Player Points
1 Pittsburgh Steelers 190
2 Green Bay Packers 180
3 NY Jets 170
4 Philadelphia Eagles 160
5 Baltimore Ravens 150
6 NY Giants 145
7 New England Patriots 140
8 Chicago Bears 135
9 Atlanta Falcons 130
10 New Orleans Saints 125
11 San Diego Chargers 125
12 Dallas Cowboys 120
13 Minnesota Vikings 120
14 Miami Dolphins 120
15 Detroit Lions 120
16 San Francisco 49ers 115
17 Kansas City Chiefs 110
18 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 105
19 Denver Broncos 100
20 Tennessee Titans 95
21 Indianapolis Colts 90
22 Oakland Raiders 90
23 St. Louis Rams 85
24 Houston Texans 85
25 Carolina Panthers 80
26 Arizona Cardinals 75
27 Buffalo Bills 70
28 Washington Redskins 70
29 Cincinnati Bengals 60
30 Seattle Seahawks 45
31 Cleveland Browns 30
32 Jacksonville Jaguars 25

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  1. Trick dad says:
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    Ranks are out of order, look good though!

  2. Tom the Niner says:
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    Doc, just drafted this team(10 team standard non-ppr league). What are your thoughts?

    QB: Romo
    RB: Charles (took over CJ2K)
    RB: Darren McFadden
    FLEX: Felix Jones
    WR: Vincent Jackson
    WR: Brandon Marshall
    WR: Steve Johnson
    TE: Owen Daniels
    K: Gostkowski
    DEF: Atlanta

    Bench: Mike Thomas, Jacoby Ford, Michael Bush, Hightower, Stafford, Delone Carter, Javon Ringer.

    Some players I am thinking about adding off the wire: Stevan Ridley, Jared Cook.

    Overall, what do you think of this team. Should I grab any of those two off the wire? If so, who should I drop? Thanks!

  3. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Trick dad: Whoops

    @Tom the Niner: Got to your question in the other post.

  4. dsimon says:
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    Doc – Keeper question for you.

    I can keep 2 players from last year’s roster in the round they were drafted.

    This league starts QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, TE, W/R and special teams. 10 team league.

    QBs get 25 yards per point; 1 point at 300 yards; 2 points at 350 yards; 3 points at 400 yards. Passing TDs are 6.

    RBs and WRs get 10 yards per point; 1 points at 100 yards; 2 points at 150 yards; 3 points at 200 yards and rushing/receiving TDs are 6. Receptions are 0.5 points each.

    Interceptions and lost fumbles are both -2

    I’m pretty set on keeping Adrian Peterson with my 1st round pick, especially because its looking like I’ll have the 9th pick.

    My other options are Calvin Johnson (2), Philip Rivers (4), and Ben Roethlisberger (13). Calvin Johnson was the 6th best WR in this system with 266 points. Rivers scored 357 points last year, which was good for the 4th QB. Roethlisberger’s numbers, when estimated out over 16 games, puts him at 310 which ties him for 7th with Matt Ryan. I can see thats roughly where your rankings have him on the cheat sheet.

    I’m really torn here. Rivers will have VJax for the whole year, and Gates who should be healed up. Ben should blow it up with Mike Wallace… Thanks in advance.

    -Dan

  5. charlie batch says:
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    Mr. Doc, good evening – I have a question for you, if its not too much trouble to answer.

    Ive spent around 7 hours the past 3 days reading your articles on this site dating back to february to get in fantasy football shape. My drafts are set for just after the preseason; however, theyre… weird. Theyre essentially PPR leagues, but with usage points earned for all positions. Rush attempts are given 0.2, receptions are given 1, and completions are given 0.05. Essentially, the most used players get the most points. High-workload rushers, high-workload QBs, and Roddy White get all the points. QBs are the highest point-producers.

    My question: In this type of league, how would you attack the draft? Since it IS technically a PPR league, wideouts are more valuable than with stock settings; but, 350 carry RBs also get a boost, as do the Peyton Mannings and Drew Breeses of the world with 550 pass attempts. How much should i boost QBs up from your PPR rankings? I would assume the standard of “do not draft a QB in the 1st two rounds” does not apply here?

  6. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @charlie batch: I’d look hard at Drew Brees, Rodgers, etc.. early. But since RBs that handle full loads are rare you’re going to need to grab at least one. Of course Arian Foster, AP, Michael Turner types there. But even turds like Cedric Benson will have value.

  7. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @dsimon: I’d go with CJ. Rivers is going to have a big year, but CJ is my #2 WR.

  8. Abercrombie says:
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    Hi, I too have a keeper question for a 10-team non-PPR league draft.

    We start QB, 2 RBs, 2 WR, RB/WR, TE, K, Defense. Scoring for QBs is one point per 25 yards, 6 points for TDs. Other skill players get one point per 10 yards and 6 for TDs.

    The keeper rules are that these are your first two picks, no matter where you drafted them last year.

    I have three choices: Aaron Rodgers, Michael Turner, Roddy White.

    Rodgers seems a no-brainer, but I’m torn between the two Falcons. Turner is getting older, but Atlanta gives him a lot of carries. White is a top receiver, but receivers seem fairly deep to me. Who would you keep? Thanks, Doc (or whoever else answers)!

  9. charlie batch says:
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    tenk you Mr. Doc!

  10. Josh says:
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    Doc, out of curiosity is there a D you’ve been winding up with in real drafts or mocks more frequently? I know most people wait until the second to last round, but maybe theres one you prefer getting in those scenarios. I’ve been winding up with the Chargers D more often than not, and I like their chances to break out. Fewest yards per game last year shouldn’t have gotten worse, and the turnovers and special teams last year seemed like an anomaly.

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