Everyone loves fantasy football rankings, but they can be difficult to manage and take into your fantasy football drafts with you!
No one enjoys having to scroll through and match up who’s been taken in your league on a screen. That’s time better spent strategizing your next pick, right?
With that in mind, the PFN Fantasy Staff (comprised of Fantasy Football Director Kyle Yates, and fantasy football analysts Kyle Soppe, Jason Katz, and Derek Tate) have put together these printable cheat sheets from their Consensus Rankings.
Download Our Printable Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets
These cheat sheets were updated on Saturday, September 2, at 7 a.m. ET. Enter your email address below to access all three different cheat sheets – PPR, 0.5 PPR, and Non-PPR.
You will then be taken to the links for your league format and receive an email with the same information.
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Printable Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets By Format
Cheat sheets are a “cheat” code in fantasy football drafting, but what good are they if they’re not optimized for your league? If you’re not sure which scoring format your league plays in, make sure to check your league settings!
Below are descriptions of each of the sheets that we offer. Keep scrolling to the bottom of this post to download these cheat sheets.
PPR stands for point-per-reception, which means that for every catch a player makes on the field this year, you’ll receive one full point. This format bumps up the value of WRs, naturally, while also providing a bit of a boost to pass-catching RBs.
Non-PPR was the standard format for fantasy football for quite a while before the emergence of Full-PPR started to become the norm. However, fantasy managers that play in Non-PPR formats swear by it as it rewards the players who fight for their yardage and get it done on the ground.
Half-PPR scoring is essentially the best of both worlds for fantasy managers. It places a priority on being able to run the ball effectively – and rewards it – while also adding in a bit more scoring and points on the board. This format essentially balances RBs and WRs effectively.
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