In your quest for fantasy football knowledge, you've probably done a ton of research. Or simply searched the term "top fantasy football players 2022." Either way, you're putting in the work. You're learning the sleepers and busts, you've got your fantasy football rankings and you're ready for your draft. All you need now is the ultimate cheat sheet. That's where we come in.
Most fantasy football cheat sheets follow one of two formats: a ranking of the best players overall, or the same list broken down by position. We have those two in our Cheat Sheet Central, but anyone can access and print those. To truly gain an advantage, you need a cheat sheet that will provide additional context to the rankings while laying out a clear plan of what to do and what not to do at every point in the draft.
Enter the ESPN+ cheat sheet
We've taken some of our best ESPN+ resources and put them all in one PDF you can access from your devices or print out at your convenience. In it, you'll find Eric Karabell's tiered rankings for quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and kickers, along with his Do Not Draft list and Mike Clay's Ultimate Draft Board. And now we've added Tristan H. Cockcroft's player pairing guide to the first two rounds, Field Yates, Matt Bowen and Eric Moody's favorite draft targets, and Mike Clay's rankings of Dynasty League rookies and most valuable backup running backs for each team.
You can and should read every word of these ESPN+ articles, but when it comes time to draft and you're on the clock, you don't want to be sorting through myriad words of reasoning, no matter how wise. The ESPN+ cheat sheet cuts through the chatter and gives you the names, all the names and nothing but the names in an easy-to-follow manner. It's all here, just one click away.