The CheatsheetKing.com customizable cheatsheet is designed to offer you the quickest and easiest way to rank players just the way you like. Whether you have done your own number crunching or have a gut feeling about certain players, you can easily customize your cheatsheet to your personal draft style. We provide you with our standard rankings based on rankings from various sources. Then from those rankings, you can easily shift players up and down using drag and drop. Check out the following tips to build your winning fantasy cheatsheet.
TIP 1 - Use the Top 200 filter to rank the top 200 players overall. This view is handy when you want to look at your cheatsheet from the perspective of best player available. It helps you compare the value of players regardless of position. There are situations in the draft where you may be looking to draft a running back and the best available is the 10th best running back, but the 2nd best wide receiver is still available. So when you are able to directly compare these players, you may decide its best to pass on the RB and get more value out of the receiver.
TIP 2 - In addition to the player name, position, photo, rank, and projected fantasy points, our cheatsheet also offers you instant historical stats for all quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends. When you click the compare button, you will get a graph of each selected player’s fantasy points over the last several years. Use this data to evaluate the progression of a player year after year. This will show if a player has consistently put up good numbers, has been up and down, is steadily increasing or fading into fantasy irrelevance.
TIP 3 - Customize the scoring settings to match the settings for your leagues. Scoring settings are applied when comparing players to view their historical stats. In most standard leagues, running backs are going to be your studs because of the 1pt / 10 yards, 6pts / TD compared to 1pt / 25 yards, 4pts / TD for quarterbacks. However, if your league is giving QBs 6pts / TD, you will find that the QBs' fantasy points are generally higher and you should adjust your Top 200 rankings accordingly.
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