Fantasy Football: Non-PPR Tight End Rankings
When it comes to redraft fantasy football leagues getting your pre-draft rankings correct can be the difference between ending the season a winner or playing the “what if” game. Tight end rankings between PPR and non-PPR are reasonably similar, with the main movement being in the guys that are seen to be more touchdown-dependent when it comes to their fantasy points. In the non-PPR format, the players that score more touchdowns naturally lend themselves to scoring higher. However, largely the movement seen in the rankings is within-tier as opposed to movements across tiers.
Those rankings make decisions on draft day easier, especially if you decide to use a tiers system. It then becomes easy to scan across all of the positions and determine which position is the one you need to take with each selection before the next drop off in talent occurs. If there are still five players left in your tier of quarterbacks and you have four selections between you and your next pick, you can look somewhere else, knowing that a player of equal talent will still be available at your next pick.
The 2020 non-PPR redraft tight end rankings below are based off of a standard league set up of:
- 1 point per reception
- 6 points per rushing or receiving touchdown
- 0.1 points per rushing or receiving yard
The non-PPR tight end redraft rankings were published Saturday. For any advice on other custom scoring settings please get in touch @benrolfe15 on Twitter
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