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Re: Good rankings sites for a newbie?

Postby angels7777 » Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:53 pm

stomperrob wrote:Check out FantasyPros:
http://www.fantasypros.com/nfl/rankings ... heets.php#

They combine the rankings of 50 to 60 fantasy experts (it even allows you the option of eliminating any of the experts whose rankings you do not want)


Thanks that site is awesome... I wonder how it pulls each sites rankings...
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RB- Sproles, Forte
TE- Graham
FLX- Fitz
Def- Matchup Based
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Re: Good rankings sites for a newbie?

Postby Bobbleheadrusty » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:18 am

If you are a neophyte then rather then rankings I would suggest finding a good ADP list. Then just go down it and mark who you like more or less then their average draft position. http://fantasyfootballcalculator.com/adp.php is pretty good for that, as is ESPN.

Find a good tier list from ESPN, FFToolbox or whoever and then compare that to the ADP list. if you see a guy in a tier going 20 spots above or below the rest of that tier then thats a guy to target or avoid.

Remember, most rankings are based on projected point totals, one touchdown or two could move a guy 5-10 spots on a WR or RB list.

Knowing your league rules is the best way to judge. If you only start 2rb and 3 WR, with PPR and no flex then you want to take WR higher then theyve been going.
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