The RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet has been created to help you prepare for your league’s draft. After all, it’s that time of year again, and the redraft season of fantasy football is fast approaching. While the month of August is the real #redraftszn, June and July allow for fantasy owners to craft their draft strategy to prepare for the upcoming season. 

For many, the highlight of their fantasy year is the fantasy draft day, itself. Fantasy football players have identified boom/bust candidates, prepared their tiered rankings, and began trash talking their opponents.

The RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet has been designed as a tool for you, the fantasy manager, to download, customize and utilize to prepare for draft day. Best of all, this tool is yours completely FREE.

RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet
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The RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet contains my top 360 ranked fantasy assets for 2020. The sheet contains overall rankings as well as rankings for each position. In addition to the rankings, there are tier-based rankings for all 360 players as well as individual position.

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Viewing players based upon tiers is one of the most effective drafting techniques available in fantasy football. A tier is comprised of players who should contribute at the same level and get your team roughly the same amount of points. This is where we put the elite, the great, good, average, and below average players into groups. The beauty of the RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet is that if you do not agree with the rankings or the tiers then make it your own! The sheet is 100% customizable!


The RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet utilizes the latest Average Draft Position (ADP) rankings found at Fantasy Pros. Utilizing ADP is another effective drafting technique. The vast majority of your league-mates will draft based on the platform’s ADP. When you familiarize yourself with that ADP, and where players that you are targeting fall, it prepares you for the round in which you are likely going to need to grab that player.

Knowing your platform’s ADP will also help you identify value. For example, you will be much more prepared to know that you can pass on a player like George Kittle in the early rounds knowing that there is value in the later rounds at TE. Quick tip: Updating your cheat sheet to indicate the ADP from your platform is highly recommended.

Auction Values

RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet
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If you are looking to up your fantasy game, auction draft leagues are a great place to start. Auction leagues offer a unique challenge in fantasy football where players are nominated and bid on, as opposed to standard leagues where teams take turns drafting players. It will certainly spice up your draft and create a new and interesting strategy throughout the fantasy season.

The RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet is based on an Auction budget of $200. The sheet gives you recommended auction values as well as a percentage of your auction budget to use as a guide in your auction drafts. If your budget is more or less than the defaulted amount of $200, simply customize the sheet to indicate your auctions budget and then voilà–you are all set to bid like a pro!


A big thank you goes out to the Fantasy Football Clinic and their support in terms of the projections found on the RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet. The team over at the FFC have put together an amazing projection tool spreadsheet that I utilized for these projections. If you are interested in building your own projections, I highly recommend you reach out to them on Twitter @ClinicFantasy and request your very own sheet for only $5.

The projections found within the RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet are based on full PPR scoring and 4 point per passing touchdowns for the Quarterbacks. The projections can be formatted however you wish, should you choose to change them up.

Without further ado, get your RotoHeat 2020 Redraft Cheat Sheet here. I hope you enjoy it, and I welcome any and all feedback that you have on how to make it even better.

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