Filling Out Your Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets

Fantasy football cheat sheets are a key part to a fantasy football draft, and need to be filled out with care and careful research. It's with the use of these fantasy football cheat sheets that two major things are accomplished: You will not be caught off guard at your draft, and you will not annoy people by taking too long to make your pick.

The fantasy football cheat sheets for quarterback should be pretty familiar to even the most casual NFL fan. Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and Tom Brady will probably all be at the top of the 2011 fantasy football rankings for the QB position. After that trio, the second level of quarterbacks on your fantasy football cheat sheets might include the following: Phillip Rivers, Michael Vick, and Tony Romo.

Fantasy football cheat sheets for running backs should also feature some familiar names, such as Adrian Peterson, Chris Johnson, and 2010 fantasy surprise Arian Foster. But after those top three, there are a lot of running backs that could be considered for the top 10 on any fantasy football cheat sheets, players such as the Maurice Jones-Drew, Frank Gore, Ray Rice, all could be considered, and don't be surprised if we get some fantasy football sleeper RB's in 2011 who surprise everyone and place highly in fantasy football rankings.

Figuring out which receivers to put at the top of your cheat sheets is always difficult for a couple of reasons. Unlike running backs and quarterbacks, receivers are at the mercy of the flow of the game when it comes to stats. If a defense is double-teaming a top receiver, the quarterback will look elsewhere. Still, there are some locks for the top of most fantasy football cheat sheets: Andre Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald, Reggie Wayne are all likely to be at the top in 2011 fantasy WR rankings. There are a lot of other good receivers to add to your top 10 of fantasy football cheat sheets as well, including Greg Jennings, Roddy White, and maybe Dwayne Bowe (after his stellar 2010 season).

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