Best Ball Cheat Sheet With Big Update to v2.0 (NOW AVAILABLE)


Following the first wave of free agency, and with the kickoff of the new MFL10s on, the best-ball cheat sheet as undergone it’s first substantial update to v2.0 based on new player landing spots, surprising discrepancies in ADP between early MFL10 data and the Draft App, plus general upkeep. Please always make sure you are using the newest version of the epic sheet to ensure an expert-quality draft.

RosterWatch Nation, Version 2.0 of our newest premium product, the 2018 RosterWatch Best Ball Cheat Sheet for the new MFL10s on Fanball and Best-Ball Fast and Slow Drafts at is now available in the Downloads section. 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. Basically, rules so simple, a toddler could follow them. Keep checking back to 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 2018 class.

Click here to go to the downloads section and get V.2.0 of the RosterWatch Best Ball Cheat Sheet.


  1. Post By Baron VonIronCock

    Wow this has to be some sort of record !
    already …what 5 versions of the sheet ?!

    What do you attribute the mass influx of movement in this offseason to?
    Salary Cap ?

    Dynasty outlook question:
    Speculating here – cause in the offseason what else do we have ?

    Say the browns go with Darnold 1st
    they keep their 4th overall, and actually wind up with Saiquon
    Say Guice goes to a team that has a clear starting spot for him out the gate …
    At THAT point do you drop barkley below guice ? given that hyde is no sloutch there in CLE either.

    feel free to save some of this for the pod if u like


    1. There are always a ton of versions, but yes with the players changing teams + navigating between ADPs of the draft app and MFL10s it’s going to take a minute to settle in. We’ll answer these other questions on next pod

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