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RosterWatch 2023 Underdog Best-Ball Cheat Sheet v1.0 Now Available


RosterWatch Nation, Version 1.0 of our popular offseason premium product, the 2023 RosterWatch Underdog Best Ball Cheat Sheet, is now available in the Downloads section. It is for use in Underdog Fantasy Best-Ball Drafts in 12-team leagues and tournaments.

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. See the instructions at the top of the sheet for exact details.

The rules are so simple that 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 2023 rookie class. We’ll make a post on the ticker each time the sheet receives an update to keep everyone up-to-date.

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  1. In a SF 12 team dynasty, how big of a gap would it be dropping from 1.03 to 1.07? It may be too early to tell without landing spots right now.

    I have Herbert, Murray, Howell, and Trask at QB and am not sure I’d even want to go QB at 3, or even Gibbs there either. I’m thinking about offering 1.03, 2.12, and Hodgins for 1.07, 2.02, 3.01, and a 2024 1st. 1.07 is in bad shape and is currently looking to move up to get a cornerstone piece. And he’s also loaded with 2023 2s and 3s, so he has the picks to spare.

    1. I should also mention I already have 2 2024 1sts already and am crossing my fingers for MHJ and/or Caleb Williams. The 2024 1st I’m looking to get in return has a good chance at being a top 5 pick.

    2. I don’t think it’s a huge gap if you don’t have one specific player in mind. Bijan is out of the Q at 3, anyway even in SF. After him, it’s more of the flavor you want. At this time, prior to NFL landing spots, 7 is actually a great spot to pick from because a decision will be made for you out of the following 6 players after Bijan (who are hard to rank) Richardson, Stround, Young, Levis, Gibbs and JSN. Picking at 3 means you are going to have to take a firm stand on one of those guys where not THAT much initial separation exists.

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