Printable Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets in Various Formats
These free, printable fantasy football cheat sheets list our top
2014 football player rankings
in a variety of different formats. Each printable draft sheet is regularly updated and current. You can choose from
cheat sheets with all positions,
position-specific cheat sheets, and a
fake fantasy football cheat sheet.
But why would you rely on the rankings of some random website when you can create your own
printable fantasy football cheat sheets for free using drag and drop? Just click the button below and
you can begin creating your own customized rankings on an interactive, web-based cheat sheet.
Single Sheet Printables with All Positions
If you’re the type of owner who likes to have all of your rankings in front of you, without the hassle of shuffling through stacks of paper,
then these options are for you. Instead of having all of your rankings spread across multiple, printable fantasy football cheat sheets,
all of the primary fantasy football positions are listed on a single page for easy reference.
Printable Cheat Sheet with Roster
Generate Single Page Cheat Sheet /w Roster
This printable cheat sheet includes all major offensive positions on a single sheet.
player rankings, and a roster area to enter each of your fantasy draft picks are all included. This sheet is
best suited for leagues with 10 or fewer teams.
(click to view sample)
Printable Cheat Sheet without Roster
Generate Single Page Cheat Sheet w/o Roster
This printable cheat sheet includes all major offensive positions (QB, RB, WR, TE, K, DF) on a single sheet.
Bye weeks, teams, and
player rankings, are all included. This sheet is
best suited for leagues with more than 10 teams.
(click to view sample)
Position-Specific, Printable Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets
Some fantasy owners want room to add notes to their printable fantasy football cheat sheets. If this is your preference, use the links below
to generate printable cheat sheets which are position-specific. Each sheet will have ample room to add supplemental
information to aid in your draft preparation.
Printable Kickers Sheet
Generate Kickers Cheat Sheet
This printable cheat includes our top
kickers for 2014. In addition to
each sheet includes
teams, bye weeks, and each player's 2014 ranking using total fantasy points.
Fake Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet
Aren't you sick and tired of that owner at your fantasy football draft who constantly wants to look at your printed cheat sheet when
making their draft selection? Well my friends, this year you'll get your revenge. With this tool you can easily generate a
fake fantasy football cheat sheet
to ensure this loser gets what he or she deserves.
This tool starts with our current player rankings and randomizes players in groups according to how believable
you want the rankings to appear. Your goal should be to
configure a sheet that is just believable enough to pass as a valid sheet, but bad enough that the lazy owner will make
some major blunders. The amount of randomization you want to apply will differ from league to league, which is why we allow you to configure this setting.
Step 1 - Set Believability Level
Use this believability slider to adjust how randomized you'd like the rankings to appear. We randomize players in groups,
based on the group size specified. The default group size is 5, which means the first 5 players of our rankings are randomized, then players
ranked 6 to 10 are randomized, then 11 to 15, and so on.
If you're in a league with complete novices, you may be able to get away with randomizing players in groups
of 15 and 20. If the owners in your league are somewhat informed, but just lazy, you probably want to stick with a group size of 5 to 10.
Feel free to experiment with these settings and re-generate sheets until you find a configuration that is just right for your league.
Randomize players in groups of:
Step 2 - Bye Week Randomization
To add insult to injury, you can also randomize bye weeks if you so choose.
Step 3 - Generate your Sheet
Click the button below to generate your fake cheat sheet. This cheat sheet will look and feel almost identical to our real cheat sheets.
The only discernable differences are the name of the file: fcheat.sheet.aspx, and a small asterisk in the logo on the printed page.
We hope you won't be stupid enough to start drafting from your own fake cheat sheet, but we added these clues just to be on the safe side.
Step 4 - Lay the Bait
After you have generated a fake cheat sheet, simply print a few copies, lay them around your draft room,
and wait for the fantasy posers to take the bait. Try not to bust-out
laughing when they proudly put the Stevan Ridley sticker on the draft board, ecstatic that he actually fell to them in the first round.