Fantasy League Information
Number of Teams
Number of QBs
Number of WRs
Number of RBs
Number of TEs

Flex Position

Because we use a value over baseline system you don't have to enter a "flex" position. Just go into the draft with the mindset that you'll draft for the best value when possible. Focus on your starters and draft the best player available when working on your flex position, this is the entire point of the flex. You'll end up with a solid pool of starters on your bench you can push into the flex position any given week.


Another school of thought is Flex Wins Championships. A 2-RB, 3-WR, 1-Flex format is essentially a 2-RB, 4-WR format. That makes the WR position at least twice as important as the RB position (possibly more since WRs score more points). The caliber of player in my WR4 (flex) spot is going to be at least as important as the caliber of player in my RB2 spot. So if you have a flex position, just consider the flex a WR position when selecting the # of positions in our cheat sheets.


Bonus Points

Bonuses are assigned as follows. Passing bonus points are given for performances over 300 yards. Receiving is 100 yards and Rushing is 100 yards. By adding bonus points to the positions below you increase the value of players with big play potential.


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Passing:    
  points for every yards.
  points for every touchdown.
  points for every interception.
  point for bonus yards
Rushing:    
  points for every yards.
  points for every touchdown.
  point for bonus yards
Receiving:    
  points for every reception. (PPR)
  points for every yards.
  points for every touchdown.
  point for bonus yards