2020 RosterWatch Ultimate Draft Cheat Sheet (PPR) Now Updated to v3.2


The sheet of paper is MADE. OF. MAGIC.

RosterWatch Nation, the time has come to once again dominate your fantasy drafts. The original, epic three-step cheat sheet is now available for download to RosterWatch PRO members. Most of you have used the Cheat Sheet in previous seasons and you know it’s the simplest, most effective and most easy-to-use fantasy football draft tool on the market. Due to overwhelming demand, we have gotten the PPR version of the sheet up a few weeks earlier than usual. The standard and 2QB superflex versions will be rolled out through the early and middle portions of the summer.

The Cheat Sheet is a sheet of paper you print out, then mark off names as players go off the board. A few years back, we added the online tool with functionality to be used in the same way — either on your computer or any mobile device you’d like. If you follow the three simple rules (even a toddler would have no problem understanding them), you are, as always, GUARANTEED and expert-quality draft. The sheet is acceptable to use in PPR best ball formats, but is designed mostly with a focus on redraft roster construction.

Just don’t break the rules by bastardizing the sheet.

DOWNLOAD V.3.2 of the 2020 RosterWatch Ultimate Draft Cheat Sheet (PPR) – START HERE!!!

We’d wish you good luck but you don’t need it. Don’t believe us? Just read the testimonials.


***The cheat sheet will be updated frequently through the NFL preseason. RosterWatch PRO users will have access to all cheat sheet updates, so PLEASE check to make sure you are using the most recently updated version before utilizing the tool in real drafts.

****Standard/.5 PPR and 2QB/Superflex sheets will be added soon.

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  1. Post By Baron VonIronCock

    In sf bb i like to play around holding off on qb then getting 3 guys in the range of dimes, cousins, and the like.

    But in regular sf i use the cheat sheet to help me with my 1st qb, but after u have got one qb, iam unclear on what you think is the best course of action? Follow sheet again until u have 2 qbs?

    I tend to go back to rb /wr until there arent any i like then take the 2nd qb, but still relatively new to SF so appreciate RW input.

    1. I’d follow the sheet until I have 3 QBs then you can ignore suggestions to go QB. That’s how I’ve been using it. I have to design it to where you have multiple shots late at a 3rd QB so sometimes the sheet will tell you to take 4, but you can use that spot to fill out whatever position on your roster needs bolstering. Let us know how it goes. The sheets are always works in progress.

    2. Post By Alan Seslowsky


      Important to note that every draft has its own market, especially in superflex. Simply put that the price of QBs in superflex varies draft to draft. You need to adjust to the market. If QBs are flying off the board early, you should push those QBs up a bit. If the room is waiting on QBs, maybe you can follow the sheet more closely.

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