Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets FAQ
With cheat sheets, player rankings, and projections, it can get confusing, particularly if new to fantasy football. With that in mind, the Docs offer these responses to hopefully make things a little more clear:
What are fantasy football cheat sheets?
Cheat sheets provide an aggregate, compiled list of player rankings in a single table for several positions. Often they are shown sorted only by position; however, there are other resources similar to
ourselves that also show a composite cheat sheet across all positions (QB, RB, WR, TE, etc). In general, these types of cheat sheets are tough to find and not offered by many resources. However, when available, they are a nice
resource to use when evaluating the relative fantasy value of one position
vs. another (i.e. QB vs. WR. vs RB). A critical aspect of cheat sheets is noting the scoring system used to generate the
rankings (many sources do not specify the system used), as the list will completely change from league scoring system
to league scoring system. Hence, sometimes you do not get "apples to apples" comparisons when comparing a cheat sheet based on one scoring system to another one based on a different scoring system.
What scoring system is used for your cheat sheets?
If referring to the table above, a standard performance scoring system is used as the basis for the cheat sheet (details for that system shown above the table); however, if you play in a league that is not based on a standard performance scoring system, custom cheat sheets
can be generated for your particular league setup using our draft software.
How can I use your custom cheat sheets to my advantage?
Any time you participate in a league with a scoring system you aren't quite familiar with, you can use our software to generate custom cheat sheets based on that scoring system and league setup.
The software does a great job of exposing players of value in a load of different scoring formats. It gives immediate feedback for what positions are valuable, what positions can slide, and what type of players you need to target for a particular scoring system, all
shown within one cheat sheet. It is a great starting point and ultimate ending point on your draft day.
Hopefully that helps clear things up a little. Thanks to all for your interest and continued support. Enjoy unleashing our fantasy football cheat sheets on your opponents during your draft!