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I'm playing in my first points league this year, and it's also a dynasty.  I've found points rankings on ESPN, and there are projected points on Fantasy Pros.  Are there any other sources for points league rankings?  How much would points league rankings vary from H2H rankings, especially in a dynasty?

Thanks in advance

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1 hour ago, Sharkman1414 said:

I'm playing in my first points league this year, and it's also a dynasty.  I've found points rankings on ESPN, and there are projected points on Fantasy Pros.  Are there any other sources for points league rankings?  How much would points league rankings vary from H2H rankings, especially in a dynasty?

Thanks in advance

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14 hours ago, Sharkman1414 said:

I'm playing in my first points league this year, and it's also a dynasty.  I've found points rankings on ESPN, and there are projected points on Fantasy Pros.  Are there any other sources for points league rankings?  How much would points league rankings vary from H2H rankings, especially in a dynasty?

Thanks in advance

Point Leagues and their rankings are hugely effected by their settings.  Pitching settings are for the most part the same unless you have someone doing silly stuff but hitters really are highly effected by how people setup their points leagues.  By that I basically mean how many negative points do hitters receive for striking out,  This changes hitters rankings drastically from regular H2H.  Can't speak from a dynasty standpoint but as someone who has had success in points leagues I can tell you that you need to focus on SP SP SP and then more SP.  The difference in your top tier SP to the next tier is a much bigger gap then on the hitter side.  What I mean is the difference from say the top 3 SP's in fantasy to the 6th SP can be a 100+ point difference whereas the difference between the #1 hitter and the #15 hitter is closer to 50 points.  There are occasional hitters that can overcome high strikeout numbers with HRs and RBI but when you go into your league just look at the total points from prior years and you will see the hitters that usually lead in points keep them at around 100 or less.  

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