Small leagues are a lot of fun. There is something about the size of 8- or 10-team leagues that make them enjoyable. Maybe, it is having a team full of very good players. The size makes them much different than the standard 12-team leagues. So does scoring one point per reception (PPR). As with any other unique league, it is a losing proposition to use standard draft strategies. An entirely different strategy is required to make the most of the draft. This article will specifically look at 10-team leagues using PPR scoring. We will examine strategies specially designed for the smaller leagues rewarding a point-per-reception in order to best attack the draft and get the most from the roster. This will help you form a new strategy for your small-sized league.
Down to basics, what are the differences I should know about the small leagues?
a. Since there are no scarcity issues, everything is about the studs. The whole draft is focused on how to draft enough elite players to win. It is only through the studs that an owner can gain an edge over his leaguemates. The top two or three players at each position outscore the rest by tremendous amounts each and every year.
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