Originally Posted by Footsteps
I strongly favor PPR. Yes, it gives a boost to a guy like Shady, but it also balances out the point differences between RBs and WRs to QBs.
Standard TD scoring is 4 for a passing TD.
I also agree with -2 for both fumbles and INTs.
My experience - 20+ years as I've been doing this since I was 13.
I don't mind either, but PPR has a tendency to make the unspectacular performance appear spectacular and that can be bothersome for a lot of people.
We are talking about a format where:
15 rushes for 100 yards, 3 catches for 20 yards and a TD
gets outscored by another guy who goes:
19 rushes for 50 yards, 9 catches for 50 yards