POSITIONAL ANALYSIS OF ADP DRAFTING IN STD AND PPR 6_30_15

POSITIONAL ANALYSIS OF ADP DRAFTING IN STD AND PPR 6_30_15

Table 1 and 2 are the current ADP in STD scoring Drafts for rounds 1 to 4 (Table 1) and 5 to 8 (Table 2). I have highlighted the different Player Positions on the left! The green lines divide the rounds in the draft ADP. The Blue Staple Symbol denote the top position at each round.

So Round 1 RB are the dominate, Round 2 we see the WR come in, Round 3 and 4 back to RB as the dominate picks. RBs all day long!

Table 1 Round 1 to 4 STD Scoring Draft ADP


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Table 2 Round 5 to 8 STD Scoring Draft ADP

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Tables 3 and 4 are for 8 Draft Rounds in PPR conditions. In round 1 we see a tie between RB and WR for Dominate Position. Round 2 its RBs, Round 3 to WR and Round 4 back to RB.

Those that know this data can break the pattern to be ahead of the wave of ADP picks!

Table 3 Round 1 to 4 PPR Scoring Draft ADP

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Table 4 Round 5 to 8 PPR Scoring Draft ADP

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Bonus. I was curious as to the year to year and present the PPR version from 2014 and 2015 as numbers per round on the left part of Table 5 and A running total of positions on the right part of Table 5. Neat to see this year after eight round it is fairly the same except the TE was a little stronger last year!.

Table 5 2014 vs 2015 PPR Based ADP Drafts with Positions Noted!

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