To win in fantasy football you need to understand your leagues scoring system and know how to successfully understand stats.
One of the most important things to look for in a points per reception league is the amount of times the wide receiver gets targeted by his quarterback. The more targets the wideout has, the better his chances of hauling in the receptions.
Take a look at Marc Caviglia’s fantasy football wide receiver PPR rankings to see who you should take on draft day.
Rankings are based on PPR scoring, 1 point per reception, 6 points per touchdown, 1 point per 10 rushing/receiving yard leagues.