OPRK. Opponent Rank shows how a player’s next NFL opponent compares to that player’s position. Low numbers mean it can be a tough opponent; high numbers an easier opponent.
Green OPRK ranks mean that a player’s opponent is likely to do poorly against that pick in the upcoming match, while a red OPRK rank signals that potential pick might not fare well against their opponent. Picks with high salaries tend to do better, which is why players are willing to pay more for them
OPRK or Opponent Rank is simply how well the opposing team is defending that position compared to the rest of the league. Opponent leaderboards are color-coded based on match strength. Green means the player’s opponent is in the bottom 10 (22-32) when defending that position.
A player facing a team that is shutting down PFs will have a red “1st” next to their name. Like a traffic light, the color-coding conveys an implicit message: green means the player’s turn, while red means don’t play him/her in this difficult game.
Green means a top 10 match in points against this position based on your score, red means a top 10 match in points against this position based on your score.
OPRK or Opponent Rank tells you how many Fantasy Points per game the opposing team is giving to players in a certain position. It can help you gauge the matchup a particular fantasy player is facing.
When watching a fantasy football match, it’s important to note how well each player “matches” against the opponent they’re playing that week. It uses the OPP ranking system, which assigns a number to each player based on their performance against specific opponents.
FPPG- Fantasy Points per Game.
In Yahoo, the team your player is playing against is displayed in green, yellow, or red. If you hover over the team name you will see additional information on why they are statistically a good (green) or bad (red) start against that opponent.
PRK = Position Rank. PTS = Total Season Points. AVG = Average Points Per Game. LAST = Last game points.
That means if you were to pick a wide receiver that you could rely on week in and week out and that will emerge as a top 12 fantasy wide receiver, it can WR1 in be your squad .
First Starting Fantasy Wide Receiver
WR1 is a position in Fantasy Football (FFB) that refers to a team’s top starting wide receiver. The acronym is commonly used in FFB lineups along with the acronym WR2 in two and three WR formats and the acronym WR3 in three WR formats.