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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. The following printable cheat sheets have been created and are updated regularly by Alex Baker, the No. 1-ranked Daily Fantasy Sports Player. There are several cheat sheets available below for a variety of league/scoring formats and listed by position or overall ranking.

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Whether you have an off-line draft or simply want a quick easy-to-look at cheat sheet for your fantasy football draft, we’ve got you covered with all types of different league scoring, from full PPR to half point to zero PPR (standard). You can also download our fantasy football cheat sheets by positional ranking and cross them off your draft, or use them in conjunction with our draft wingman tool, which allows you to keep track of how each pick is improving your roster.All our cheatsheets are based off of Alex ‘Awesemo’ Baker’s fantasy football rankings and projections. The world’s #1 DFS player, Alex ‘Awesemo’ Baker put his daily fantasy model to use, in order to calculate game-by-game projections for the entire NFL season, for every fantasy-relevant player. He used over/unders, win totals, spreads and metrics like targets, routes run, yards per attempt and many more, to come up with one simple, easy to use number for your fantasy football drafts. After that Awesemo factored in positional scarcity and relative value to reach a final, easy to use set of rankings and tiers.

PPR Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet by Position fantasy football cheat sheet

Positional fantasy football rankings of players (including overall rank) and bye weeks for point-per-reception scoring leagues.

PPR Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet for Top 280 Overall fantasy football cheat sheet

Overall fantasy football rankings and bye weeks for point-per-reception scoring leagues.

Half PPR Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet by Position fantasy football cheat sheet

Positional fantasy football rankings of players (including overall rank) and bye weeks for half-point-per-reception scoring leagues.

Half PPR Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet for Top 280 Overall fantasy football cheat sheet

Overall fantasy football rankings and bye weeks for half-point-per-reception scoring leagues.

No PPR Cheat Sheet by Position

Positional fantasy football rankings of players (including overall rank) and bye weeks for leagues that do not award points for receptions.

No PPR Cheat Sheet for Top 280 Overall

Overall fantasy football rankings and bye weeks for leagues that do not award points for receptions.

DK Best Ball Cheat Sheet by Position

Positional fantasy football rankings of players (including overall rank) and bye weeks for DraftKings Best Ball leagues.

DK Best Ball Cheat Sheet Top 280 Overall

Overall fantasy football rankings and bye weeks for DraftKings Best Ball leagues.

An excerpt from some of Matt Gajewski on Running Back value:

Draft A Featured Back Before Round 4

In general leaving the top three rounds with at least one feature back should be a priority. Because of the depth at the wide receiver position, viable pass catchers can be secured in the middle rounds with ease. Unlike receiver, the running back position drops off rapidly in the third or fourth round depending on the individual league.

For example, a team drafting in the back half of the first round could start with Ezekiel Elliott and Austin Ekeler in the first and second, followed by Allen Robinson II and Odell Beckham Jr. Conversely, that same team could also start Stefon Diggs and Deandre Hopkins, only to be left with Antonio Gibson and Josh Jacobs in the third and fourth. While Gibson and Jacobs are fine players in a vacuum, they present more risk than Robinson and Beckham at their respective ADPs. Leaving the first few rounds with one or two stud running backs offers the ideal blend of security and upside.

After turning to elite receivers and maybe a tight end in the mid-rounds, selecting running backs with a path to a three-down workload should be prioritized. For example, New York’s Michael Carter should open the season as the team’s primary pass-catching back based on preseason reports. As a rookie with a strong prospect profile, Carter could work his way into a three-down role in multiple ways. Not only could an injury thrust Carter into an elevated workload, but he still has enough upside to simply outplay Tevin Coleman and the other backs on the depth chart. Meanwhile, a player like Ronald Jones II comes off the board in a similar range. A poor pass catcher in a crowded depth chart, Jones theoretically needs injuries to Leonard Fournette and Giovani Bernard to secure a relevant role. Even in that range of outcomes, the Buccaneers could sign a complementary back like they did with Fournette last year.


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I've been obsessed with fantasy sports since as long as I can remember. Back in 1993, while seated in the last row of Mr. MacMillan's math class, I'm fairly certain a few buddies of mine and I invented daily fantasy sports -- popping down our fivers and using nothing more than a newspaper box score, we'd make our NHL player picks for the night's action. Twenty years later I started out playing DFS on DraftStreet, when three-max tourneys with 490 people were a big deal, and I've been hooked ever since. More than anything, I'm interested in using my technical writing skills to articulate and clarify our content in order to help you become a better fantasy sports players player. Armed with Awesemo's grades and the projections from our experts, we're here to help you take the next step. You can contact me by emailing [email protected].

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