Fantasy Football: 18 Winners and Losers in PPR Formats

Aug 23, 2023
Fantasy Football: 18 Winners and Losers in PPR Formats

When it comes to PPR leagues in fantasy football, certain players become more enticing in the format and others who fall down a few pegs based on their lack of volume through the air.

This article will take a look at the players to target in full-PPR formats based on perceived workload, and will also go over those guys you want your league mates to worry about instead of you.

Note: ADP courtesy of ESPN PPR Live ADP

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PPR Winners

Keenan Allen, WR - Chargers

Allen has posted over 1,000 receiving yards in four of the last six seasons, with an average of 140 targets per year in that time frame. His 8.9 targets per game last season ranked 12th among all WRs, and he ended the year as the WR12 in PPR points per game.

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