2022 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet: Half Point PPR Scoring
Half Point Point Per Reception scoring is the healthy median between Standard and Full Point PPR Scoring. It balances fantasy scoring in hopes of offering a scoring system that doesn’t prioritize baseless receptions. This scoring format will benefit high-yardage producers and players with modest catch totals. You won’t see Jonathan Taylor moving down the board in this format, but you would certainly see a boost to players like Elijah Mitchell or Damien Harris.
Check out the Half Point PPR Overall Rankings to find the best values in this balanced format. Our consensus is just what you need to navigate your fantasy draft and get the appropriate leverage to steal key players when possible.
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Half Point PPR scoring is more favorable to the old-school players who still favor standard scoring. It’s a great bridge to both schools of thought and is growing in popularity. If you’re considering starting a league in this format, you could also offer a bonus after a certain amount of catches. A format where each reception over 4.5 catches is a full point, or you could offer a TE bonus where any TE receives a full point per reception. There are many creative ways to still add value if you want to juice scoring. The same goes for yardage bonuses; remember, a creative league is a fun league!
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The SGPN Cheat Sheets are your draft guide and mentor. You can print out the PDF version of the cheat sheet for quick reference during your live or online draft. We’ve also provided a google sheet version that you can easily review. Each cheat sheet contains the top 160 players split into tiers, excluding kickers and defenses. The SGPN cheat sheets are based on our SGPN Fantasy Football Rankings.
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