We’ve made structural changes in a few portions of the sheet to account for news coming out of early rookie minicamps and around the league as usual.
The simple rules for using the sheet of paper to dominate your best-ball draft are the same three rules you have followed in redraft and dynasty leagues using the tool for years with a few minor caveats detailing how many players to take at each position. Feel free to deviate slightly from the exact slotting in order to make sure that player thresholds at each position are reached.
Other than that, basically, the rules are so simple, a toddler could follow them. Keep checking back to RosterWatch.com to make sure you have the latest version of the Best Ball Cheat Sheet before drafting, as things can and will change (sometimes drastically) through the spring as ADPs shift and as we gather more of our industry-leading intelligence on the 2019 class.
Welcome to another fantasy season, RW Nation.