to those complaining about the "unpredictability" of fantasy sports...ARE YOU SERIOUS?!?!
That's literally the point...
you're taking a chance on every pick...
6 pts a passing/rushing/receiving TD in my eyes is "standard" because that's how much it's worth in the NFL. It also puts a slight boost in the QB position. The notion of "hey QB's aren't important in fantasy and shouldn't be drafted early" is only something "experts" say.
Once you start shifting your league and settings, you allow yourself to try new strategies, you allow yourself to take chances and formulate a team you haven't had before. Following a formula is all well in good, but I'd much rather be the guy who reinvents the wheel when it comes to the boring, vanilla standard stuff people are use to.
Then you throw in PPR, don't understand why people don't like it. You now put emphasis on the QB AND WR.
The idea that WR is a deep position is a FARCE....EVERY. SINGLE. YEAR.
There are 5 ELITE WRs, and about 20 more good ones. After that...you are crossing your fingers and praying things work out. And thus in PPR...you have a decision...do I take a Brandon Marshall or wait...risk not having an elite WR and lower my projections in PPR.
Fantasy Football is THE MOST unpredictable of any fantasy sports. Baseball and basketball you are playing daily. Football everything leads up to a mere 60 mins once a week. And every position is relied on another...QB needs his WR not to drop passes, RB is relied on the O coordinator giving him the ball, WR needs the QB to target him etc etc etc.
It's a crap shoot.
but that's what makes it fun.
and if you're not having fun...why play?
and if you're playing in a standard league - you're bound to be bored - and when you're bored you're not having fun.