A cheat sheet (ˈchēt ˈshēt) is defined by Merriam-Webster as:
1. a sheet containing information (as test answers) used secretly for cheating
2. a written or graphic aid (as a sheet of notes) that can be referred to for help in understanding or remembering something complex
This is a collection of written or graphic aids that you can refer to for help in understanding the rather complex world of fantasy football. Also, the information is so good that it’s almost secretly cheating.
The 2014 cheat sheets from the LeagueSafe Post crew can be found right here. We will update these as we publish new cheat sheets and updates. Enjoy.
Charch’s Cheat Sheet
50/50 o.5 PPR scoring
Updated September 3, 2015
Christian Peterson’s EMPIRE LEAGUE Trade Value Chart
This cheat sheet is for dynasty leagues to valuate players for either initial draft or auctions, rookie drafts or general trading for current leagues.
Updated: August 24, 2015
CP’s SafeLeagues Cheat Sheet
This cheat sheet uses the standard scoring systems seen in SafeLeagues, MFL10s and DraftKings. It’s a full-point PPR, yardage-heavy version of Christian Peterson’s cheat sheet.
Updated: August 28, 2015
Ryan Boser’s Yardage Heavy Cheat Sheet
As stated it’s yardage-heavy and includes two different scoring systems. One scoring system that allows one point per reception and also one that has no PPR.
Returning in 2015
Mat Harrison’s system that ranks players on a weekly basis for every week of the year. Several scoring systems below.
Returning in 2015
Scoring systems are as follows:
Yardage Heavy: 1 point/25 yards pass, 1 point/10 yards rush/rec
50-50: 1 point/50 yards pass, 1 point/20 yards rush/rec
Both scoring systems use 4 point TD pass, 6 point TD rush/rec