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Each week in this space, we’ll look at how fantasy football ADP has changed across real money drafts over the past week. The goal is to learn how drafters playing for cash prizes are reacting to news, injuries, and more to build their teams. Finally, at the bottom of the article, we will pull out the takeaways we think are important to understand from these moves.

To listen to a breakdown of this info in a short audio format, check out the Establish The Run Podcast (Episode released Monday afternoon).

We cover ADPs for Underdog Fantasy, FFPC, and NFFC. In the future, we will add “home league” ADP to this report.









  • With reports that Rashaad Penny is looking like the starter in Seattle, his ADP is rising on Underdog while Kenneth Walker is seeing his ADP fall on Underdog and FFPC. NFFC draft rooms seem to be lagging behind, with Penny’s ADP actually falling there over the past week. We think this is a good buying opportunity on Walker.
  • We’re finally starting to see a rebound on CLE passing-game ADPs as the market is starting to be a bit more rational about the range of outcomes on Deshaun Watson‘s potential suspension.
  • The NFFC draft rooms got a lot more WR-heavy over the past week, which makes sense given the start 3-WR, full-PPR format.
  • There’s been minimal movement in the Top 100 of home-league ADP, but that market is starting to value Breece Hall correctly.
  • In general, Dalton Schultz continues to see his ADP rise while T.J. Hockenson goes the other direction. We prefer Hockenson at his ADP.
  • Chase Edmonds is gaining some steam in the markets and has recently moved up in our rankings as well. We view him as appropriately priced on Underdog but underpriced elsewhere, particularly on FFPC and NFFC.