I assume you meant it got changed to 1 pt. per 25 receiving?
This will downgrade the overall effect of yardage in scoring. I find it funny that he is doing this to “stop the massive RB dominance”. In fact, this makes 3rd down backs more valuable, since they get a boost to their receptions without being hurt by their limited yardage performance. Think about it: Not counting TD’s, a WR who catches 50 passes for 1000 yards would be worth 90 points, while an RB who catches 70 passes for 650 yards and has 200 yards rushing would be worth 100 points.
Actually, what this system does is downgrade QB’s massively, downgrade yardage-dependent WR’s, downgrade rush yardage-dependent RB’s (sorry Derrick Henry!), while increasing 3rd down RB’s, TE’s, and catch-dependent WR’s.
Overall, what you see is a massive bump to the top 3 TE’s (Kelce, Waller and Kittle) and RB’s with lots of catches like CMC and Ekeler. Depending on the points for TD’s, you could also see a guy like Juju (9 td’s) entering the same conversation as a guy like DeAndre Hopkins (6 td’s), even with 600 yards of difference between them.
What he has made is a “receptions are king” league.