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Fantasy Football Tiers

Making fantasy football choices a little easier, for good.
If you're looking for help setting your lineup this week, you've come to the right place.
Big thanks to Boris Chen for pioneering this kind of analysis. With the help of r/fantasyfootball, I redeveloped the concept in 2022 from the ground up to focus on week-winning upside, establish community involvement, and create the next generation of tiers.
All data from the excellent folks at FantasyPros.

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Just follow these steps:

  1. Click or scroll to the position for which you need help (QB, RB, WR, TE, K, DST, Draft).
  2. There's a chart for each of the three different scoring types: STD, HALF, PPR. Look at the chart applicable for your league.
  3. Pick players from the highest tier possible. Tiers are also shown in text form below each plot.
  4. Within a tier:
    Want boom potential? Choose the player with the highest upside (the vertical color-bar).
    Prefer to play it safe? Choose the player with the highest Expert Consensus Rank (farthest left on the x-axis).
  5. Markers now reflect whether a player is performing above expectation (a star) or below expectation (a plus). The amount by which a player is performing above/below expectation is next to their name.
  6. Check back often.