Week 10 PPR Rankings: WR
In PPR formats, the wide receiver position is the one that sees the most change from standard rankings, and that’s for obvious reasons. Unless we’re talking about Cordarrelle Patterson, who’s functioning as a starting RB, targets are huge for receivers. That’s especially true in PPR, and that’s why guys like Willie Snead and Cooper Kupp see their rankings rise. Big-play threats like DeSean Jackson or Antonio Callaway are boom-or-bust playmakers that need a long catch to stay relevant compared to other receivers. And because of that, the values of these players change significantly in in our Week 10 fantasy PPR rankings compared to our standard WR rankings.
Even a stat line of 33 yards can sometimes be a good one in PPR if the receiver does it on eight catches. That was Nelson Agholor’s stat line in the first week of the season, and that is part of the reason why he has stayed relevant in this format (at least prior to Golden Tate’s arrival). He may not generate many yards, but he got targets and catches like crazy early in the season.
Week 10 Rankings:
Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | Kicker
One of the guys who gets a big bump this week in all formats (especially PPR) is Tyler Boyd. With A.J. Green likely out a couple of weeks, Boyd could take advantage of an easier matchup with the Saints and should see a high volume of targets. The other guys who are expected to play receiver across from him have combined for 12 catches this year, so Boyd is really a top-10 play this week.
Other intriguing players to watch include Golden Tate, who is in his first game with the Eagles, and Redskins receiver Maurice Harris, who had 10 catches and 124 yards last week and is in a favorable matchup with the Bucs. Both could be really solid plays in PPR and might be undervalued.
Reminder: Check back for updates during the week. And for more analysis on each player, check out our standard WR rankings for Week 10.
WEEK 10 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Tight end
Week 10 PPR Rankings: WRs
These rankings are for full-point PPR leagues
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