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  • Hudechek

    So i recently started playing and me and my friend are trying to figure out what FPPG and OPRK are and how they work. i have google it for a hour or so and the d-kings website dosen’t have the answer ether it really frustrating. help would be appriciated.

  • thehazyone

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    FPPG = fantasy points per game
    OPRK = opponent rank against that position (1st means they are best in the league, i.e. Denver against Josh McCown while 32nd means they are worst in the league, i.e. Colin Kaepernick against Baltimore)

  • TubScout

    Fantasy Points Per Game/ Opponent Rank at Position….

  • Hudechek

    thanks really! one more question if i may, how come if a player is 1st in the OPRK the number is red and if they are 24th it is green? is that just showing the likly hood of other players picking them as well or is it something else.

  • DefinitelyMiami

    Red= bad matchup
    Green = good matchup

  • BobGrinder

    OPRK is not showing you the player’s rank it’s showing you his opponent’s rank vs that players position. Josh McCown shows a red 1 in OPRK because Denver, the defense he’s facing this week, is the best in the league vs the QB

  • Crippledzeus

    What if the oprk is in black?

  • Crippledzeus

    So does it mean a rb is ranked against rb and wr against wr and so on?

  • VinnyVoo39

    Why is the best ranked in red then?

  • sangkook19

    playing fandul gpp how to know which player is the better pick

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