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PODCAST: Annoying fantasy rules, PPR rankings, and rookie aDOT

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Director of PFF Fantasy Jeff Ratcliffe dives into how you can use average depth of target to evaluated the incoming rookie wide receivers and gives you his favorite under-the-radar wideout. He then breaks down some of the trends in his PPR top 200 rankings and tells you how to adjust your draft strategy at quarterback based on your league size. Jeff wraps things up by discussing some annoying rules in fantasy football leagues and how some of theserules may actually be increasing the  impact of luck in your leagues.

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