Cheat Sheets

And Adrian's loose! (Photo: Icon SMI)

And Adrian’s loose! (Photo: Icon SMI)

We’ve got several excellent resources to satisfy all your cheat sheet needs:

Paul Charchian’s Cheat Sheet
Straight from the Charch’s mouth, here is the always useful, usually entertaining, and occasionally controversial personal cheat sheet of Charch himself. We will attempt to update this nearly every day.

UPDATED: 8/31/2013

Christian Peterson’s Cheat Sheet
Don’t buy Charch’s take or just looking for a second opinion? Brush up on CP’s personal cheat sheet. Tastes great AND less filling!

UPDATED: 8/26/2013

Ryan Boser’s Cheat Sheet
Another pretty resource with bigger fonts for older folks (yeah, we know you’re squinting). Imported from the left coast and Ryan Boser.

UPDATED: 8/22/2013

1T’s impressively complex (but not that tough to understand) system that ranks players by position for every week of the entire NFL season, right now (as in, weeks before the season has even begun). Yes, have some.

UPDATED: 8/22/2013

Empire League Cheat Sheet
Are you starting a new Empire League? Do you want to win the big money in year’s four and five? Christian Peterson has painstakingly obsessed over this idea for months and has developed a cheat sheet to help you win. Since this is the only Empire Cheat Sheet on the market, you might not want to share this with your league mates.

UPDATED: 8/23/2013

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18 Responses to Cheat Sheets

  1. Brian Larkin says:

    Blair Walsh is not in Paul Charchian’s top 10 kickers?????

  2. Charlie Fernow says:

    Love the sheets, one thing I’d like to see is maybe an overall player ranking. I’m guessing the reason you don’t have it is because it’s mroe trouble than it’s worth. Love the show by the way, elite football minds, go vikings, etc. Have a good one guys!

    • chris kram says:

      I agree Charlie, historically I have resulted to using the the auction $$ value as a way to create an overall ranking. But Id love for it to be done already!!

  3. Trustwun says:

    Will we see any dynasty cheat sheets?????

    • Mat Harrison Mat Harrison says:

      The Empire League cheat sheet certainly is a dynasty cheat sheet. I don’t think we’ll do a dynasty specific one (besides Empire) this year.

  4. Pete Thorpe says:

    In a empire league that is more TD heavy than yardage and not a ppr. Is Gio Bernard still first choice? Who is your first choice for rookie RB for the future?

    • Christian Peterson says:

      I’d probably go Lacy in a TD-heavy league, but I do think Gio eventually takes the goal line carries in Cincy as well.

  5. Adam says:

    Why are the Auction values so off? I tried these in a mock auction draft and apparently ever player was a bargain.

    • Charlie Fernow says:

      I’m guessing he’s listing the absolute max value he’d go.

    • Brian says:

      The values listed are the max values if that player was the FIRST player thrown out, when all the teams have all their money. As the draft goes on, and teams spend money, the max bids for players goes down.

      • Brian says:

        Also, different leagues have different “cultures.” Some spend a lot for top guys, others don’t. In some leagues you can’t get any guy worth having for only $1, in others everyone counts on picking up a bunch of $1 guys at the end. You can use that to your advantage.

  6. Brent Johnson says:

    How often are these cheat sheets updated? I think the super rankings sheet is extremely useful. I’d like to utilize it before the opener. A sheet that is weeks old could be wildly inaccurate.

  7. Todd says:

    As we head into the playoffs shortly, what are some tips for constructing my team for the post season.
    i.e. Avoiding teams that are either coasting or have no chance or motivation. What is your strategy and who are some players you would absolutely want to have for the playoffs.

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