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Cheatsheets Galore

I'm in the process of amassing overall fantasy draft rankings and creating an average ranking position for the Top 100 players based on expert and not-so-expert opinions. While scouring the web for these rankings, I came across 159 Cheatsheets from Clayton Gray on Footballguys.com. You have to check this out. This guy taken several of the most popular scoring systems and created an individualized ranking for each of the possible starting lineup permutations. So let's say you're in a league where all TDs are worth 6 points, receptions are worth 1 point, passing yards are 1 point per 20 yards and rushing yards are 1 point per 10 yards...and you're lineup is a 2QB, 2RB, 3WR, 1TE, 1PK, 1DT. Well never fear, here's your ranking. And if you're in a different league that only gives 4 points for TDs, but otherwise all the details are the same - again, no problem, here's that individualized ranking. There are small but important differences between the two. I mean, this took some serious time and energy. I am impressed.

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Anonymous said…
Great Resource from football guys - I added it to my site at fantasydope.com under cheat sheet resources. Thanks for that. And your blog has great entries too, feel free to post at our site anytime. We get quite a bit of traffic and can send readers your way.

I'm here in the Denver metro area too - hope you're not a CU fan up there in Boulder - looks like another long season in store...

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