Turner, Bush see value shift in PPR leagues
I'll help you out. I am well aware Turner caught fewer passes all of last season than Andre Johnson did in 10 individual games, but it's not like Turner is going to stink in other areas this season. He's going to gain a lot of yards and score a lot of touchdowns, enough that I call him the No. 2 player on the board in a standard format, and colleague Matthew Berry swears by him at first overall. It would be nice to spend a first-round pick on a running back who can catch the ball -- a PPR format really adjusts the value of LaDainian Tomlinson, Brian Westbrook and others -- but the stats Turner does provide remain valuable. He's just not a top-10 guy in this format.
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