Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets

We continue with our fantasy football cheat sheets compilation with a Top 200 Cheatsheet for people wanting to draft using a "best player available" option. Either copy-and-paste the list itself and print it off, or take my notes and suggestions with you to the draft, as a reminder.

I have to admit that I've never used a cheat sheet for a fantasy football draft, because I prefer to compile my own list. I did once have a friend miss the draft at the last minute and ask me to draft for him, so I used a cheatsheet rankings list to draft his team, so I wouldn't be tempted to cherry-pick my own draft list. It seemed to work well for the first half of the draft, as long as I skipped players who were injured or benched. The second half of the draft, it seemed to want me to draft extra quarterbacks and kickers, so I started cherry-picking from the cheatsheet at that point.

Cheat Sheet and Drafting Instinct

That's why I mention that example: you should use your instinct and good sense, when drafting from a cheat sheet. If you only take the best player available, you're likely to draft 3 WRs and 1 RB in the first five rounds. Or you're likely to have 1 running back in the first 6 or 7 rounds. You get the point. Think about what your team's roster looks like and draft to the strengths and weaknesses of your team. Keep in mind to stock your team with a fair share of viable running back options.

Combined Fantasy Football Cheatsheets

Despite my decision not to draft of cheat sheets myself, I can see the allure. Some people prefer to draft off of one master list of fantasy players, so they don't have to flip through half-a-dozen projection pages and search for information all day. With that in mind, I've put together a Top 225 combined fantasy football player cheatsheat for 2010.

I have tried to do several things with this list, to keep drafters from making common mistakes. For one, I've waited the top of the draft with running backs, so people don't actually end up drafting a wide receiver with the 7th overall pick. So you're a little more likely to be drafting runners high, than with most combined fantasy rankings lists.

Drafting Fantasy Football RBs

I've also tried to push down some of the low end starting running backs (Maroney, Portis) into the spot of the draft where the best backup runners are being drafted (7th round in 12-team drafts). That means you're unlikely to be drafting these guys, but if they're still on the board in the 7th round or later, you're getting them at a discount, so they become value picks. At that point, they also become backups on your fantasy roster, so your whole season isn't riding on these veterans in less-than-perfect situations coming through. There's a point in a fantasy draft where any starting NFL RB is worth drafting, though.

Also, I have spread out players like quarterbacks and tight ends, where some really talented guys don't show up until a round or two after you might expect them to be drafted. These players tend to fall into the 10th through 12th players at that position, when most of the teams in your league have already selected their starters. Often when this happens, those remaining "starters" at QB and TE fall an extra round or two than expected, because everyone already has their starter. This means you can get bargain values by drafting players a couple of rounds later than you would expect, though you have to pull the trigger on them before the backups start to go off the board. There's the occasional player at the draft who thinks he can snatch two top quarterbacks and trade for a star runner once the season starts - which never works.

I'll give some thoughts on what the fantasy football talent pool looks like, after I'm finished with the list. I took several things away from compiling this list.

Top 225 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet

  1. Chris Johnson - RB - Tennessee Titans (9)
  2. Ray Rice - RB - Baltimore Ravens (8)
  3. Adrian Peterson - RB - Minnesota Vikings (4)
  4. Maurice Jones-Drew - RB - Jacksonville Jaguars (9)
  5. Frank Gore - RB - San Francisco 49ers (9)
  6. Steven Jackson - RB - St. Louis Rams (9)
  7. Rashard Mendenhall - RB - Pittsburgh Steelers (5)
  8. Jamaal Charles - RB - Kansas City Chiefs (4)
  9. Michael Turner - RB - Atlanta Falcons (8)
  10. Andre Johnson - WR - Houston Texans (7)
  11. Deangelo Williams - RB - Carolina Panthers (6)
  12. Shonn Greene - RB - New York Jets (7) - If you think LT takes significant number of carries away, drop him down 5-10 spots.
  13. Larry Fitzgerald - WR - Arizona Cardinals (4)
  14. Knowshon Moreno - RB - Denver Broncos (9)
  15. Lesean McCoy - RB - Philadelphia Eagles (8)
  16. Miles Austin - WR - Dallas Cowboys (4)
  17. Reggie Wayne - WR - Indianapolis Colts (7)
  18. Aaron Rodgers - WR - Green Bay Packers (10)
  19. Cedric Benson - RB - Cincinnati Bengals (6)
  20. Drew Brees - QB - New Orleans Saints (10)
  21. Desean Jackson - WR - Philadelphia Eagles (8)
  22. Ryan Mathews - RB - San Diego Chargers (10) - Hard to gauge how Norv plays rookie RBs, since he came to Dallas in Emmitt's 2nd year. Huge upside, but you might have to wait a bit.
  23. Roddy White - WR - Atlanta Falcons (4)
  24. Peyton Manning - QB - Indianapolis Colts (7)
  25. Ryan Grant - RB - Green Bay Packers (10)
  26. Calvin Johnson - WR - Detroit Lions (7)
  27. Brandon Marshall - WR - Miami Dolphins (5) - He'd be higher, if I had confidence the Dolphins were going to switch from a run-first team.
  28. Matt Forte - RB - Chicago Bears (8)
  29. Randy Moss - QB - New England Patriots (5) - Some have Randy Moss as high as #3 WR, but the Patriots are starting to look like an aging team.
  30. Jonathan Stewart - RB - Carolina Panthers (6)
  31. Beanie Wells - RB - Arizona Cardinals (6) - High upside, but check the depth chart on draft day. If Hightower is listed #1, drop Wells down at least 20 spots.
  32. Philip Rivers - WR - San Diego Chargers (10)
  33. Vincent Jackson - WR - San Diego Chargers (10)
  34. Pierre Thomas - RB - New Orleans Saints (10)
  35. Tony Romo - QB - Dallas Cowboys (4)
  36. Marques Colston - WR - New Orleans Saints (10) - Vault him ahead of V Jackson, if Jackson's holding out on draft day.
  37. Joseph Addai - RB - Indianapolis Colts (7)
  38. Sidney Rice - WR - Minnesota Vikings (4) - Only if Favre returns.
  39. Anquan Boldin - WR - Baltimore Ravens (8)
  40. Dallas Clark - TE - Indianapolis Colts (7)
  41. Steve Smith - WR - New York Giants (8)
  42. Greg Jennings - WR - Green Bay Packers (10)
  43. Matt Schaub - QB - Houston Texans (4)
  44. C.J. Spiller - RB - Buffalo Bills (6)
  45. Felix Jones - RB - Dallas Cowboys (4)
  46. Tom Brady - QB - New England Patriots (5)
  47. Michael Crabtree - WR - San Francisco 49ers (9)
  48. Antonio Gates - TE - San Diego Chargers (10)
  49. Steve Smith - WR - Carolina Panthers (6)
  50. Jerome Harrison - RB - Cleveland Browns (8)
  51. Hakeem Nicks - WR - New York Giants (8)
  52. Ronnie Brown - RB - Miami Dolphins (5) - Monitor return from knee injury.
  53. Jahvid Best - RB - Detroit Lions (7)
  54. Donald Driver - WR - Green Bay Packers (10) - Numbers alone should put him higher, but the Packs' o-line woes forced shorter passes and skewed Driver's and Jennings's 2009 numbers.
  55. Vernon Davis - TE - San Francisco 49ers (9)
  56. Chad Ochocinco - WR - Cincinnati Bengals (6)
  57. Brett Favre - QB - Minnesota Vikings (4) - Make sure he's returning for another year - like you could miss that announcement, living in the western hemisphere.
  58. Brandon Jacobs - RB - New York Giants (8)
  59. Donovan McNabb - QB - Washington Redskins (9)
  60. Santonio Holmes - QB - New York Jets (7) - Suspended first 2 games of the season.
  61. Brent Celek - TE - Philadelphia Eagles (8) - Had 16 catches, 208 yards and 1 TD in two games with Kevin Kolb as the quarterback.
  62. Marion Barber - RB - Dallas Cowboys (4)
  63. Mike Sims-Walker - WR - Jacksonville Jaguars (9) - A bit of a knucklehead, but he had a promising rookie season. Could be sophomore jinx candidate - or a breakout star.
  64. Jason Witten - TE - Dallas Cowboys (4)
  65. Reggie Bush - RB - New Orleans Saints (10)
  66. Jermichael Finley - TE - Green Bay Packers (10) - Knee injuries seem to be clearing up, but he still had pain in OTAs.
  67. Kevin Kolb - QB - Philadelphia Eagles (8)
  68. Fred Jackson - RB - Buffalo Bills (6)
  69. Wes Welker - WR - New England Patriots (5) - This was a late-season injury, so he could miss time to start year. Sounds good so far, but the Pats won't let us know til game day.
  70. Justin Forsett - RB - Seattle Seahawks (5)
  71. Hines Ward - WR - Pittsburgh Steelers (5)
  72. Dez Bryant - WR - Dallas Cowboys (4)
  73. Tony Gonzales - TE - Atlanta Falcons (8)
  74. Clinton Portis - RB - Washington Redskins (9)
  75. Laurence Maroney - RB - New England Patriots (5)
  76. Percy Harvin - WR - Minnesota Vikings (4)
  77. Darren Sproles - RB - San Diego Chargers (10)
  78. Daniel Owens - TE - Houston Texans (7)
  79. Jeremy Maclin - WR - Philadelphia Eagles (8)
  80. Jay Cutler - RB - Chicago Bears (8)
  81. Dwayne Bowe - WR - Kansas City Chiefs (4) - Suspended first 4 games of the season.
  82. Ahmad Bradshaw - RB - New York Giants (8)
  83. Pierre Garcon - WR - Indianapolis Colts (7) - The Colts #2 is hard to predict, with Garcon, Collie and Anthony Gonzales in the mix.
  84. Chris Cooley - TE - Washington Redskins (9)
  85. Matt Ryan - QB - Atlanta Falcons (8)
  86. Donald Brown - RB - Indianapolis Colts (7) - If Addai goes back to pre-2009 injury prone ways, look out.
  87. Ricky Williams - RB - Miami Dolphins (5)
  88. New York Jets Team Defense (7)
  89. Robert Meachem - WR - New Orleans Saints (10)
  90. Darren McFadden - RB - Oakland Raiders (10)
  91. Kenny Britt - WR - Tennessee Titans (9)
  92. Baltimore Ravens Team Defense (8)
  93. Zach Miller - TE - Oakland Raiders (10)
  94. Arian Foster - RB - Houston Texans (7) - Or Current Texans Starting RB - (See Depth Chart) - Foster is reportedly the #1 Texans RB right now.
  95. Mike Wallace - WR - Pittburgh Steelers (5)
  96. Kellen Winslow - TE - Tampa Bay Bucs (4)
  97. Michael Bush - RB - Oakland Raiders (10)
  98. Philadelphia Eagles Team Defense (8)
  99. T.J. Houshmandzadeh - WR - Seattle Seahawks (5)
  100. Minnesota Vikings Team Defense (4)
  101. Chester Taylor - RB - Chicago Bears (8)
  102. Marshawn Lynch - RB - Buffalo Bills (6)
  103. Santana Moss - WR - Washington Redskins (9)
  104. Joe Flacco - QB - Baltimore Ravens (8)
  105. Thomas Jones - RB - Kansas City Chiefs (4)
  106. John Carlson - TE - Seattle Seahawks (5)
  107. Derrick Mason - WR - Baltimore Ravens (8)
  108. Green Bay Packers Team Defense (10)
  109. Pittsburgh Steelers Team Defense (5)
  110. Tim Hightower - RB - Arizona Cardinals (6) - There's that odd chance he's the Cards' #1 RB to start the season. If so, slide him about 20 spots higher.
  111. Steve Breaston - WR - Arizona Cardinals (6)
  112. Kevin Smith - RB - Detroit Lions (7) - Monitor his recovery from knee injury.
  113. Eli Manning - QB - New York Giants (8)
  114. Tashard Choice - RB - Dallas Cowboys (4) - High for a 3rd guy, but Marion Barber or Felix Jones are almost certain to go out.
  115. Ladainian Tomlinson - RB - New York Jets (7)
  116. Carson Palmer - QB - Cincinnati Bengals (6)
  117. New England Patriots Team Defense (5)
  118. Braylon Edwards - WR - New York Jets (7)
  119. Devin Aromashodu - WR - Chicago Bears (8)
  120. Ben Tate - RB - Houston Texans (7)
  121. Antonio Bryant - WR - Cincinnati Bengals (6)
  122. Lee Evans - WR - Buffalo Bills (6)
  123. New Orleans Saints Team Defense (10)
  124. Visanthe Shiancoe - TE - Minnesota Vikings (4)
  125. Matt Leinart - QB - Arizona Cardinals (6)
  126. Mike Bell - RB - Philadelphia Eagles (8)
  127. Dallas Cowboys Team Defense (4)
  128. Julian Edelman - WR - New England Patriots (5)
  129. Carnell Williams - RB - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4)
  130. Ben Roethlisberger - QB - Pittsburgh Steelers (5) - I know this looks insane, but don't overvalue a guy you know won't contribute half the season.
  131. Heath Miller - TE - Pittsburgh Steelers (5)
  132. Austin Collie - WR - Indianapolis Colts (7)
  133. Kevin Walter - WR - Houston Texans (7) - Jacoby Jones may beat him out as the starter. Keep track and select the Texans' #2 WR here.
  134. Willis McGahee - RB - Baltimore Ravens (8)
  135. Chad Henne - QB - Miami Dolphins (5)
  136. Jermaine Gresham - TE - Cincinnati Bengals (6)
  137. Larry Johnson - RB - Washington Redskins (9)
  138. Matthew Stafford - RB - Detroit Lions (7)
  139. Jonathan Dwyer - RB - Pittsburgh Steelers (5) - Mewelde Moore might get more touches when Mendenhall is healthy, but Dwyer has more upside, in case of injury.
  140. Bernard Scott - RB - Cincinnati Bengals (6)
  141. San Francisco 49ers Team Defense (9)
  142. Eddie Royal - WR - Denver Broncos (9)
  143. Jason Snelling - RB - Atlanta Falcons (8)
  144. Johnny Knox - WR - Chicago Bears (8)
  145. Jerricho Cotchery - WR - New York Jets (7)
  146. Demaryius Thomas - WR - Denver Broncos (9)
  147. Louis Murphy - WR - Oakland Raiders (10)
  148. Cincinnati Bengals Team Defense (6)
  149. Marc Sanchez - QB - New York Jets (7)
  150. Julius Jones - RB - Seattle Seahawks (5) - Heck, he may be the starter opening day, but I'd take a shot on Forsett, knowing what you'll get from Julius Jones.
  151. Chaz Schilens - WR - Oakland Raiders (10)
  152. Anthony Gonzales - WR - Indianapolis Colts (7) - May look a little low, but Gonzales is reportedly having lingering issues with the knee.
  153. Toby Gerhart - Minnesota Vikings (4)
  154. David Akers - K - Philadelphia Eagles (8)
  155. Greg Olsen - TE - Chicago Bears (8)
  156. Glen Coffee - RB - San Francisco 49ers (9) - Check on draft day to see if Anthony Dixon (R) isn't the primary backup. If so, draft Dixon here.
  157. Indianapolis Colts Team Defense (7)
  158. Alex Smith - QB - San Francisco 49ers (9)
  159. Mohamed Massaquoi - WR - Cleveland Browns (8)
  160. Derrick Ward - RB - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4)
  161. Steve Slaton - RB - Houston Texans (7)
  162. Matt Cassell - QB - Kansas City Chiefs (4)
  163. Chicago Bears Team Defense (8)
  164. Fred Davis - TE - Washington Redskins (9)
  165. Mason Crosby - K - Green Bay Packers (10)
  166. Javon Ringer - RB - Tennessee Titans (9) - Chris Johnson had a lot of carries in 2009, so any CJ owner should have Ringer as a handcuff.
  167. Devin Hester - WR - Chicago Bears (8)
  168. Mario Manningham - WR - New York Giants (8)
  169. Matt Hasselbeck - QB - Seattle Seahawks (5)
  170. New York Giants Team Defense (8)
  171. Stephen Gostkowski - K - New England Patriots (5)
  172. Vince Young - QB Tennessee Titans (9)
  173. Montario Hardesty - RB - Cleveland Browns (8)
  174. Golden Tate - WR - Seattle Seahawks (5)
  175. Nate Kaeding - K - San Diego Chargers (10)
  176. Jeremy Shockey - TE - New Orleans Saints (10)
  177. Denver Broncos Team Defense (9)
  178. Devery Henderson - WR - New Orleans Saints (10)
  179. San Diego Chargers Team Defense (10)
  180. Jacoby Jones - WR - Houston Texans (7)
  181. Brandon LaFell - WR - Carolina Panthers (6)
  182. David Garrard - QB - Jacksonville Jaguars (9)
  183. Todd Heap - TE - Baltimore Ravens (8)
  184. Willie Parker - WR - Washington Redskins (9)
  185. Brandon Pettigrew - TE - Detroit Lions (7)
  186. Jason Campbell - QB - Oakland Raiders (10)
  187. Devin Thomas - WR - Washington Redskins (9)
  188. Miami Dolphins Team Defense (5)
  189. Laurent Robinson - WR - St. Louis Rams (9)
  190. Donnie Avery - WR - St. Louis Rams (9)
  191. Arizona Cardinals Team Defense (6)
  192. Chris Chambers - WR - Kansas City Chiefs (4)
  193. Nate Burleson - WR - Detroit Lions (7)
  194. James Davis - WR - Cleveland Browns (8)
  195. Matt Moore - WR - Carolina Panthers (6)
  196. James Starks - RB - Green Bay Packers (10)
  197. Carolina Panthers Team Defense (6)
  198. Garrett Hartley - K - New Orleans Saints (10)
  199. Mardy Gilyard - WR - St. Louis Rams (9)
  200. Taylor Price - WR - New England Patriots (5)
  201. Andre Brown - RB - New York Giants (8)
  202. Mike Thomas - WR - Jacksonville Jaguars (9)
  203. Malcolm Floyd - WR - San Diego Chargers (10)
  204. Ryan Longwell - K - Minnesota Vikings (4)
  205. Roy Williams - WR - Dallas Cowboys (4)
  206. Washington Redskins Team Defense (9)
  207. Josh Freeman - QB - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4)
  208. Kris Brown - K - Houston Texans (7)
  209. Lex Hilliard - RB - Miami Dolphins (5)
  210. Dexter McCluster - WR/RB - Kansas City Chiefs (4) - Check to see how he's listed in your league. I had him on both the RB and WR lists, just in case.
  211. Rob Bironas - K -Tennessee Titans (9)
  212. Atlanta Falcons Team Defense (8)
  213. Josh Morgan - San Francisco 49ers (9)
  214. Mewelde Moore - RB - Pittsburgh Steelers (5)
  215. Kevin Boss - New York Giants (8)
  216. Brian Hartline - WR - Miami Dolphins (5)
  217. Davone Bess - WR - Miami Dolphins (5)
  218. Matt Prater - K - Denver Broncos (9)
  219. Tony Scheffler - Detroit Lions (7)
  220. Early Doucet - Arizona Cardinals (6)
  221. Tennessee Titans Team Defense (9)
  222. Jared Cooke - Tennessee Titans (9)
  223. Lawrence Tynes - K - New York Giants (8)
  224. Brian Westbrook - RB - (Unsigned Free Agent) - If not signed by draft day, skip.
  225. Terrell Owens - WR - (Unsigned Free Agent) - If not signed by draft day, skip. Just a reminder that he's out there. Draft where your heart tells you, but not above spot #100 or so.

Wide Receiver Depth in 2010

From looking over this list, I came to the conclusion that there's a whole lot more wide receiver depth in 2010, than at any other position. That's really nothing new, though the different seems a little starker than usual. That means you shouldn't focus on drafting a wide receiver depth in the early-to-mid rounds, because there should be value players to select later.

Drafting Running Backs Depth in 2010

Instead, draft an extra running back prospect or two in the 7th to 11th rounds, because it gets incredibly weak later. I've noticed in the last few years that, in 12-team drafts, the running back spot is tapped out by the end of the 12th round or so. That means you should have added any RBs you consider significant by the 12th round of your draft, give or take a round for your league's individual set-up and membership.

Chris Johnson and Javon Ringer

I'll point out Javon Ringer, the 2nd year back in Tennessee, to owners. Chris Johnson is sitting out OTAs to protest his contract status, so Ringer is getting all the OTA snaps at 1st string - and a lot of praise from coaches. Of course, coaches always praise the backup in a contract holdout situation, so the guy holding out can see that in the newspaper. But Chris Johnson is around 200 lbs and got 374 touches in 2009 (358 carries, 16 receptions), so he's at greater injury risk already.

If you draft Chris Johnson with the 1st overall pick, you're crazy if you don't add Javon Ringer to your roster as an insurance policy. With Lendale White out of the picture, Ringer is the go-to guy if Chris Johnson's body doesn't bounce back from the pounding he took last year - or on the off-chance he holds out. Or Johnson might get through the season, but be like last year's RB coming off huge carries - Michael Turner - and miss a couple of games. If that's the case, then Javon Ringer could be like Jason Snelling (a completely different type of runner) was in 2009 - good for a handful of starts.

Field Goal Kicker Cheat Sheets 2010

I broke down and added field goal kickers to this big list, despite my advice not to draft these guys until the end of your draft. I know some people are going to want to draft place kickers higher than than, so I wanted to at least include the best options, in case you decided to go in that direction.

Instead of placing them at the bottom of the list, which is what I originally considered doing, I decided to mix the kickers into the body of the cheatsheet. I did that, because if I placed them at the bottom, you would insert them into your draft list where you wanted to. So I placed them 2-3 rounds later than they usually get drafted, in hopes that having them further down the list will dissuade you from being the first guy to draft them. Maybe there will always be players ahead of them, so I'll trick you into drafting them in the late rounds, anyway.

One thing having kickers on the list does show is how interchangeable they are. David Akers came in at #154 as the 1st kicker recommended, based off his Top 5 finishes the past 3 years. Lawrence Tynes was the 7th or 8th K, coming in as #223, but you can't convince me that Akers is so much better of an option, that he should be drafted 70 spots higher. If you add Lawrence Tynes and Jon Carney's numbers in 2008 together, when Tynes got hurt and Carney replaced him, the New York Giants kicking game was the most productive in the NFL (fantasy-wise). The point being, these guys are interchangeable, so don't be one of the dunces who has to draft a kicker in the middle rounds.

If you agree, simply ignore all the field goal kickers added to this list, and draft accordingly.

Quarterback Cheat Sheets 2010

The fantasy quarterback projections don't have a QB going until the middle of the 2nd round, which is when the RB and WR positions get thinned out enough to make drafting a difference maker at quarterback a viable option. I include three within a few spots of each others (Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Peyton Manning), because I see them as clearly the 1-2-3 best and on a tier all their own. I could argue any of them as the #1 QB, based on normal career progression, the best over a 4-year period or consistency over an entire career.

I didn't include the 11th and 12th quarterback drafted until picks #80 and #85, which would have them going in the late 7th and 8th rounds. These are for guys who want to wait and fill out their entire starting lineup, before considering a quarterback. That's a strategy that I've employed many times over the years, and it's worked on plenty of occasions. Most of the time, those last couple of "starting" fantasy quarterbacks don't get drafted until roughly a round later than expected, because everybody already has their starter, and they're worrying about filling other positions, instead of drafting a backup QB.

If your league is different, or if you have one of those annoying league owners who insists on drafting 2 QBs "for trade bait", despite all the evidence that never works, consider securing your starting QB before the 80th spot or so. If you happen to be one of those league owners who double-dips quarterbacks early, stop it. The quarterback position is one of the hardest to trade for value in fantasy football, because you only need 12 starters in a 12-team league, and everybody has somebody they think is "just about as good" as what you're shopping. And since even average quarterbacks still get their share of TDs, most sensible owners go ahead and tough it out, instead of trading a difference maker at RB or WR.

Waiting to Draft QB

Team owners considering the wait-and-draft-qb strategy should look at what's there at the 80th and 85th spots on the list, and see whether they are comfortable going into the season with those quarterbacks as their main man (Jay Cutler, Matt Ryan). Note that, if those guys get drafted, someone listed as going earlier should fall. So if you're comfortable with drafting any of those Top 12 listed as QBs, by all means employ this strategy in 2010.

If you find the idea of starting the season with Jay Cutler or Matt Ryan (or someone lower down the list as your starting QB) as frustrating and perhaps nightmarish, then make certain to draft a QB higher, regardless of the cheat sheet rankings. In any case, when an fantasy owner drafts a QB in the 7th or 8th round, I suggest they return to the position and draft a solid backup (Carson Palmer, Eli Manning, Joe Flacco) in relatively short order, to cover their bases. Drafting two guys on the cusp of being fantasy starters is a valid strategy, assuming one of the 50/50 propositions should work out for you.

Cheat Sheets for Fantasy Football

Here's hoping that our fantasy football cheat sheets help you compete for your league title. Remember that being a fantasy football owner doesn't end with the draft. Be aggressive and attentive in free agency, try to start the best lineup, according to matchups and injury situations throughout the season, and even explore trade possibilities throughout the season. This fantasy football cheatsheet should give you a solid start, though.

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