2017 fantasy football cheat sheet, rankings, sleepers, advice, team names

2017 fantasy football cheat sheet, rankings, sleepers, advice, team names

2017 fantasy football cheat sheet, rankings, sleepers, advice, team names

If you're looking for the fantasy football cheat sheet for the 2017 season, well, you've found it. This is the central hub for all the rankings, sleepers, busts, mock drafts, draft strategy tips, player updates, PPR info, and fantasy team names you can handle.

The articles and lists you find here will help you identify the top players, make the best picks, and win your league(s). Yahoo, ESPN, CBS -- doesn't matter where you play, we're here to help you every step of the way leading up the Week 1 kickoff on Sept. 7.

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Whenever we publish something during the preseason, we'll update this cheat sheet with a link, so bookmark and check back frequently! There's much more on the way.

Fantasy football rankings

Top 200: You probably won't be surprised by the top six, but after that, things start to get fun.

Quarterbacks: Rodgers, Brees, Brady were easy calls as Nos. 1, 2 and 3. Nos. 4-32 weren't so easy. (Click here for QB tiers)

Running backs: If you thought you hated RBs before, just wait until you see these rankings. (Click here for RB tiers)

Wide receivers: Who, if anyone, are you going to target from "The Redemption Zone" (Nos. 13-18)? (Click here for WR tiers)

Tight ends: Good news, everyone -- there are almost enough good tight ends for half your league! (Click here for TE tiers)

Defense/special teams: Look, we know you're just going to stream D/STs once the season starts, but humor us and take a look at these anyway, OK? (Click here for D/ST tiers)

Kickers: Somehow, still a position in most fantasy football leagues.

Fantasy football sleepers

One from every team: Some teams have more than one good candidate; some teams have none. We picked one for them all anyway.

Quarterbacks: Trigger warning: Eli Manning is on this list.

Running backs: Rookies...so many rookies.

Wide receivers: At least five of these receivers have last names that could also be first names. Not Jamison Crowder, though.

Tight ends: You asked for paragraphs on Jack Doyle and Austin Hooper, and you got 'em!

Defense/special teams: Not only do we have season-long sleepers, but we also have under-the-radar teams with favorable early-season schedules.

Fantasy football rankings tiers and draft strategy

Auction Drafts: From general strategy advice to dirty little tricks, we get you ready for your auction draft.

PPR leagues: Players who get the biggest bumps in value in PPR formats (i.e. The Jarvis Landry/Theo Riddick All-Stars)

Quarterbacks: Everyone says "Wait on QBs", but what if you don't? What if you wait too long? What if you only draft QBs? (Don't only draft QBs)

Running backs: Don't overdraft based on tiers! With that said....check out our RB tiers.

Wide Receivers: Things get pretty weird once you hit Tier 3.

Tight ends: If you don't get Gronk in the second round, what are your other sensible options?

Defense/special teams: Whether you draft D/ST early or plan to stream every week, we have advice for you.

Fantasy football mock draft

FantasyPros Mock Draft Simulator: Fully customizable to your league format/settings/draft position. Draft against expert rankings or Yahoo/ESPN rankings in minutes.

12-team PPR league: Who would you take with the No. 3 overall pick in a PPR draft?

More fantasy football help

Player updates: Get the latest player news.

RB Handcuff Chart: Constantly updated throughout the preseason and regular season.

Best fantasy football team names: Dakstreet Boys, Can't Stop the Thielen, That's Bilal Folks! -- We have all the good ones.