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Download: Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet Customizable To Your League Settings
I’ve done all the hard work for you, enjoy this download! It’s a customizable fantasy football cheat sheet with ADP, SOS and fantasy football points based on your league settings. Use it to dominate your league for years to come.
Click the Excel icon below to start your download. Updated: 8/13/2012 – Not the same data used in our Draft Guide Membership!
I’ve written an article detailing how this cheat sheet was created here. The article explains how to make a cheat sheet. Understanding how it’s made will help you customize it to your liking.
Modify the projected statistics as you see fit. The projected statistics found in this cheat sheet are NOT the same as the statistics used in our draft guide, they’re from fftoday.com. The strength of schedule is ours, the ADP and age is obtained from fftoolbox.com, which obtains ADP from myfantasyleague.com.
Explaining the Data:
ADP: ADP stands for average draft position. ADP is a useful resource one uses to get an idea of when players are being drafting. Obviously every draft is different, but ADP give you a little insight as to how long you can wait before targeting players during your draft.
SOS: SOS stands for strength of schedule. I wrote a useful article about fantasy football strength of schedule, you should read it for some in depth insight on how to use SOS to your advantage. SOS really helps me with “coin flip” type decisions during the draft. Let’s say you’re looking at two WR and can’t make up your mind, they’re pretty equal, except one WR has an easier SOS, this makes your decision pretty easy!
FFP: FFP stands for fantasy football points. In this column you’ll find the projected fantasy points based on your league settings.
Age: This is just the players age. I pay attention to this because I usually try to avoid older RB and WR out of their prime age. 29 and up for RB is pretty old and they start to loose burst, for example.