The fantasy football cheat sheet is the ultimate resource for your draft. Millions of data points—predictive analytics, news and injury information—distilled onto one page that conveniently folds into your pocket. There are several cheat sheets available for a variety of league/scoring formats, listed by position or overall ranking. Let’s dive into some names that stand out in the top 280 overall fantasy football cheat sheet for standard scoring.
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Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet: Awesemo’s Standard Scoring Targets
Raheem Mostert, San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers haven’t had great success bringing in running backs the last couple of years. First, it was Jerick McKinnon, who still hasn’t played a regular season snap for them after signing on before the 2018 season. Then it was Tevin Coleman, who came over from the Falcons before last year but couldn’t hold onto the lead role. One of the reasons why he couldn’t was because of the strong play of Mostert, who turned his 137 carries into 772 yards and eight touchdowns.
While there is a bit of a logjam at running back, the 49ers did free things up a bit by trading Matt Breida to the Dolphins. Also, who knows how much McKinnon will be able to play after missing the last two seasons? Mostert should receive the bulk of the carries in a run-heavy offense, especially after agreeing to a pay raise during the offseason. His value is limited in PPR scoring since he received more than two targets in a game only three times last season. However, his six rushing touchdowns inside the red zone ranked inside the top 15 in the league, which is an area that he should also be busy in this season. He checks in Awesemo’s 22nd-ranked running back and 40th player overall on the top 280 standard scoring cheat sheet.
Marquise Brown, Baltimore Ravens
The Ravens didn’t throw the ball a ton last year with Lamar Jackson dominating on the ground. When they did, it was often to tight end Mark Andrews, who led the team with 98 targets. Coming in behind him was Brown, who caught 46 of his 71 targets for 584 yards. When Jackson did throw, he tended to rack up touchdowns in bunches, finishing the season with 36 passing scores. Seven of those went to Brown despite his low catch total.
Entering his second season in the league, Brown should be even more comfortable playing with Jackson. The Ravens didn’t make any big additions at wide receiver during the offseason, so Brown should once against lead the position in targets by a wide margin. He’s ranked 126th overall on the standard scoring cheat sheet and could be a potential steal in the middle rounds of drafts.
Jack Doyle, Indianapolis Colts
Doyle hasn’t been in a great fantasy situation the last couple of seasons. He’s had to split targets with Eric Ebron, and last year he had to deal with the underwhelming Jacoby Brissett at quarterback. Brissett was thrust into a starting role because of the surprising retirement of Andrew Luck, and he only threw 18 touchdown passes while averaging 196.1 passing yards per game.
There have been two key changes this offseason that could mean a boost in production for Doyle. First, the Colts made an upgrade at quarterback by bringing in Philip Rivers, who has traditionally thrived by throwing the ball to tight ends. Second, Ebron departed for the Steelers. With Doyle now set up to be the starter at his position, he’s our 200th-ranked player overall in standard scoring leagues. If you decide to wait to draft a tight end in your league, make sure to have Doyle on your radar in the later rounds.
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