Point Per Reception
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How does PPR work in fantasy football?
In a fantasy league there are many different options for how players earn points, but one of the most important ones is PPR. PPR stands for Point Per Reception, and means that for every time a player receives (catches) the football they get a point.
What are PPR and non-PPR leagues?
These two leagues are named on the basis of this point system. PPR means Point Per reception. When you get points per reception, then is called a PPR league. And when you don鈥檛 get any point per reception, then is called a Non-PPR league.
What is points per reception (PPR)?
PPR or Points Per Reception is the scoring format that all Apex leagues use. A full point is given each time a player receives the ball in the PPR fantasy football league. How do I know if I am in a PPR league? Open the home page of the league. Then go to League Scoring and Settings. Try to find if there is a value for receptions.
How does scoring work in a PPR League?
If you’re in a PPR scoring league, the scoring remains mostly the same, but with the changes highlighted in bold below: Passing: 1 point per 25 passing yards; 4 points per passing touchdown; -1 point per interception Rushing: 1 point per 10 rushing yards; 6 points per rushing touchdown; -2 points per fumble