2019 FFPC ADP

 

Classic
(Redraft)
Best Ball
Superflex Best Ball
Dynasty Startup
Dynasty Rookie
Coming Soon
March
Feb-March
March
Coming Soon
Jan-Feb
Jan-Feb


The 2019 fantasy football season is in full swing at the FFPC, and we have the ADP above to help you navigate the waters when you jump into their leagues starting at $35 and up.

What’s so great about our ADP versus others? We do a few things differently.

First, we split out the results of the drafts by Contest. Best Ball, Superflex Best Ball, Dynasty, Classic (20 round), etc. Without doing this, rankings won’t reflect the nuances of that particular type of draft. Best Ball is 28 rounds, Classic is 20, and Superflex will have QB’s higher. Ditto on Dynasty Startup vs Rookie Dynasty leagues. You need to separate between the two. Not all Dynasty’s are created equal.

Second, the ADP tables are colorized, in a simple table format (making it easy to print or copy to your own files), and are sortable by every column. Here’s an example.

Third, all ADP is updated daily in the AM. You can even see the timestamp of when the data was generated on the table itself.

By the way, if you listen to the FFPC podcasts, OUR ADP is the ADP that they refer to when discussing the subject. If that’s not an endorsement, I don’t know what is.

Finally, you can click on any player to see a scatter plot diagram and see EXACTLY where a player has been selected in every draft in that format. Rob Gronkowski, for example, has been getting selected all over the place over the course of the draft season.

In addition to ADP, our FFPC Draft boards are also an invaluable tool. Pure ADP numbers don’t always tell the whole story. Seeing the draft boards provides context, and augments ADP knowledge. For instance, you can answer questions like “what group of players is likely to be available at 2/3 turn if I am drafting 1-3 overall?”. What has actually happened in drafts? How are people constructing rosters overall?

FFPC ADP content for 2019 has additional ADP criteria (min, avg, max drafted positions), and also sortable column headers.

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