Best Ball Bargain Hunting: Wide Receivers
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The Best Ball Bargain Hunting series looks at the ADP differences for players across popular platforms in order to identify players who may be flying under the radar on specific sites. For an explanation of the methodology, check out the running back article that kicked off the series. With more wide receivers being drafted than any other position, there is larger variance at the ends of drafts than the other positions. The analysis and commentary will focus mostly on players in the higher value rounds, but it’s also worth looking through the tables at some of the late-round fliers that might be getting ignored on certain sites. The only scoring note here is to remind readers that DRAFT is a half-PPR format, which changes valuations a bit for players who rely mostly on reception totals for their scoring. This is the final position in the series, but it may be worth revisiting after the NFL draft as there will be massive shifts in player value once landing spots are determined. In the meantime, be sure to check out the rest of the series if you haven’t already:
- Best Ball Bargain Hunting: Running Backs
- Best Ball Bargain Hunting: Quarterbacks
- Best Ball Bargain Hunting: Tight Ends
- Best Ball Bargain Hunting: Defenses