Another fantasy football season is upon us, and whether you play a casual redraft league or a hard-core deep dynasty format, a traditional or a modified scoring format, with your friends, your family or your co-workers, we know that no two leagues are truly the same. With that in mind, we’ve gathered all of our best material in one place: Rankings and cheat sheets for PPR and non-PPR, mock drafts for various league types, sleepers for this season or dynasty, and plenty of helpful information and tips from our expert team of fantasy football analysts.
Whether you have been doing this for years or are a fantasy first-timer, we have everything you need to help you draft a great team and start the season with a shot at a championship.
Below you’ll find all of our best content, updated frequently from now until the Packers and Bears kick off on Sept. 5. Enjoy, and good luck this season!
Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets, Depth Charts, Mock Drafts
Cheat Sheet Central
A collection of downloadable, printable cheat sheets for the 2019 fantasy football season, including PPR, non-PPR and dynasty/keeper leagues. Perfect for your drafts.
Mike Clay’s projected output for players at every fantasy position, able to be sorted by specific category.
Custom Dollar Value Generator
Apply ESPN’s projections to your league’s roster and scoring settings and receive a custom set of dollar values for use in auctions or as an alternate set of overall rankings.
The latest fantasy football advice and analysis
Ultimate Draft Board
Mike Clay breaks down his ideal fantasy draft, naming his preferred option in every round and highlighting his strategy for this season.
Strategy for streaming at QB
Tristan H. Cockcroft explains how to wait on drafting a quarterback and have a successful season.
Fantasy football rankings: Running back tiers
It’s important to have a set of rankings handy when drafting, but it’s even more important to know where value drops off at running back.
Fantasy football rankings: Wide receiver tiers
It’s important to have a set of rankings handy when drafting, but it’s even more important to know where value drops off at receiver.
Matthew Berry explains how to build and manage a winning fantasy football team.
WRs with the easiest, toughest schedules
Mike Clay ranks each team’s cornerback group and explains which wideouts should be upgraded or downgraded on draft boards.
Players who will score fewer TDs in 2019
Mike Clay lists those he expects to find the end zone less often.
Players who will score more TDs in 2019
Mike Clay lists those he expects to find the end zone more often.
Is Evan Engram worthy of the top tier at TE?
André Snellings examines whether the Giants tight end should be mentioned in the elite at his position.
Second-year breakout candidates
Field Yates lists sophomores most likely to take a step up in Year 2.
Predictions for this year’s rookie RBs
Matt Bowen offers a fantasy floor and ceiling for eight rookie backs.
Five things to consider before drafting Kareem Hunt
If you’re going to draft the suspended RB, you will need a plan to make it work while you wait for his return.
2019 fantasy football handcuffs: Austin Ekeler among top options
Which players are worth drafting to handcuff your best starters? Mike Clay breaks down each team’s backfield and pegs the top options at WR, TE and QB.
Expect these fantasy players to gain — or lose — the most targets in 2019
Opportunity is king in fantasy football. Here is a look at the top players who should pick up — or lose — targets in 2019 due to offseason roster changes.
How to take advantage of the early-season NFL schedule in fantasy
What can you tell about the potential early-season upside of fantasy players by examining their respective schedules? KC Joyner breaks it down.
How to draft a fantasy football team in nine easy steps
Field Yates takes the mystery out of what it takes to have a successful draft, great for first-timers and as a refresher for veteran drafters, too.
Matthew gives you the facts he wants you to keep in mind when prepping for your drafts.
Is Gurley worth the risk in the first two rounds?
Eric Karabell discusses the potential risks and rewards.
Second-year WR breakout candidates
Ranking the sophomore wideouts poised to take the next step.
Faces in new places
Tristan H. Cockcroft ranks the players on new teams in 2019.
When to expect WRs to break out, and when to give up on them
Mike Clay looks at recent history to pinpoint potential breakouts.
Create, manage or join a league
Practice makes perfect! Hop into a mock draft and prepare for the real thing against other ESPN Fantasy players.
It’s free to play! Create or join a league with friends, customize your settings and battle all season for the top spot.