The game of fantasy football has evolved over the years. We’ve gone from non-PPR scoring and single quarterback leagues being the “default” settings to a wide range of scoring and lineup options. Fantasy leagues have replaced team defenses/special teams for individual defensive players (IDP), kickers for an extra flex spot and even a second matchup against the median score every week.
One of the more popular scoring changes has been the introduction of TE premium scoring leagues. This scoring change is more popular in dynasty leagues than in home redraft leagues. However, it has grown in popularity over the years, especially thanks to the Scott Fish Bowl (SFB).
So how much does the scoring bump for tight ends impact your fantasy draft plans? More than you would expect.
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