Fantasy rankings: Point-per-reception
The top 200 players in fantasy leagues that play with point-per-reception rules
Rankings for Points-Per-Reception leagues
Rankings are based on the ESPN Fantasy Football game, comprised of 10 teams each with a starting roster of one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, one running back/wide receiver, one tight end, one defense/special teams unit, one kicker and seven bench spots for a total of 160 rostered players (10 teams x 16 players), with the biggest difference being receptions counting for one point each.
Rankings were determined by consensus of ESPN's fantasy football experts and reflect risk, upside and positional tiers. For that reason, there are some subtle differences between them and the projected point totals for each player. Click here for complete ESPN fantasy football projections and profiles.
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2009 Football Draft Kit
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