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The 2016 Draft Analyzer and Cheat Sheets are ready!

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It’s that time! Yep, the 2016 Draft Analyzer is ready, which means you can now start creating your custom Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets for all of your leagues!

Like every year, the Draft Analyzer identifies a lot of players that are likely to outperform expectations, as the tool is driven by data trending, projections, injury concerns, and more. We will be breaking down some of the high-rankings players each week, starting with the Wide Receivers. So, start creating those 2016 Cheat Sheets, and also read our first write-up on the high-ranking players that the Analyzer is calling big seasons for:

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Read: Draft Analyzer WRs That Rank High

What WRs are jumping out on the 2016 Draft Analyzer Rankings?

Allen Robinson | JAC

(ranked inside 2-3 for WRs)

Depending on your scoring settings, Allen Robinson is likely getting top 3WR love from the 2016 Draft Analyzer. Of course, don’t draft him that high, as his ADP is around 2.01 -2.03, which right around the 6th- to 7th-ranked WR in most drafts. Use ADPs to your advantage while realizing that the Draft Analyzer is seeing some overwhelmingly-positive data-driven things in Robinson heading into 2016.

More WRs Ranking High on the Draft Analyzer

Brandin Cooks – NO – He is currently ranking in inside the top 8-11 for WRs on the Draft Analyzer, depending on your entered league scoring. There is a lot to like about Cooks, and certainly use his third-round ADP to your advantage. He is roughly the 14th-16th ranked WR in most any draft, so be sure to draft him there, but understand that the Analyzer is calling for a big season out of the guy.

Jarvis Landry – MIA – He is definitely a breakout candidate, and the Analyzer is ranking him near the top 9-11 for WRs. Again, as said above, this is higher than his ADP, by about 5-7 WR spots, so use ADPs to your advantage and just know that the Analyzer is predicting big things out of Landry in 2016.

Allen Hurns – JAC – As with Landry and Cooks, Hurns is ranking in, according to the Draft Analyzer, near the top 10-13 for WRs in 2016. This is about 2-3 rounds higher than his ADP, which has him coming in around the 18th-21st ranked WR in an average draft. Expect big things, but draft accordingly and not too early.

Randall Cobb – GB – A forgotten man, Cobb should rebound in 2016, as will Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Cobb is right around the 15th-18th ranked WR in most any mock draft, but the Analyzer is calling for a top 10-12 fantasy season. Use this info to your advantage, but draft as low as you can, as the ADPs suggest you can.

2016 RB Rankings

Below are our early 2016 RB Rankings (cheat sheet)… it’s never too early to start ranking the 2016 fantasy football running backs.

Sort by: QB | RB | WR | TE

Running Backs | 2016

Updated: 1/3/2016

Top 12

1. todd gurley
2. devonta freeman
3. le’veon bell
4. adrian peterson
5. matt forte
6. lesean mccoy
7. jamaal charles
8. doug martin
9. david johnson
10. demarco murray
11. jeremy langford
12. marshawn lynch

The Rest

eddie lacy
mark ingram
thomas rawls
lamar miller
carlos hyde
chris ivory
latavius murray
jeremy hill
tj yeldon
arian foster
darren mcfadden
giovani bernard
justin forsett
melvin gordon
cj anderson
duke johnson
buck allen
charcandrick west
ronnie hillman
jonathan stewart
danny woodhead
matt jones
alfred morris
isaiah crowell
tevin coleman
jay ajayi
karlos williams
deangelo williams
ameer abdullah
dion lewis
shane vereen
rashad jennings
ryan mathews
alfred blue
andre ellington
frank gore
james starks
chris johnson
khiry robinson
christine michael
jerick mckinnon
chris polk
legarrette blount
bishop sankey
denard robinson
andre williams
darren sproles
theo riddick
cj spiller
chris thompson
brandon bolden
terrance west
james white
cameron artis-payne
mike gillislee
zach zenner
orleans darkwa
knile davis
charles sims

2016 WR Rankings

Below are our early 2016 WR Rankings (cheat sheet)… it’s never too early to start ranking the 2016 fantasy football wide receivers.

Sort by: QB | RB | WR | TE

Wide Receivers | 2016

Updated: 1/3/2016

Top 12

1. antonio brown
2. julio jones
3. deandre hopkins
4. odell beckham jr.
5. dez bryant
6. aj green
7. demaryius thomas
8. allen robinson
9. alshon jeffery
10. mike evans
11. amari cooper
12. brandon marshall

The Rest

keenan allen
doug baldwin
brandin cooks
randall cobb
calvin johnson
jarvis landry
sammy watkins
josh gordon
martavis bryant
jordy nelson
emmanual sanders
jordan matthews
allen hurns
stefon diggs
michael floyd
ty hilton
larry fitzgerald
julian edelman
steve smith sr.
john brown
tyler lockette
kelvin benjamin
golden tate
davante parker
jeremy maclin
donte moncrief
kevin white
eric decker
brian hartline
davante adams
kamar aiken
brian quick
devin funchess
vincent jackson
kendall wright
danny amendola
nelson agholor
willie snead
dorial green-beckham
pierre garcon
mohamed sanu
rueben randle
michael crabtree
desean jackson
torrey smith
roddy white
phillip dorsett
nate washington
brandon lafell
justin blackmon
marvin jones
james jones
mike wallace
percy harvin
tavon austin
andre johnson
marques colston
jeff janis
brandon coleman
breshad perriman
malcom floyd
jermaine kearse
justin hunter
cole beasley
anquan boldin
eddie royal
marquees wilson
robert woods
markus wheaton
cecil shorts
kenny stills
cordarrelle patterson
kenny britt
dwayne harris
josh huff
darrius heyward-bey
terrance williams
charles johnson
stevie johnson
rishard matthews
leonard hankerson
andrew hawkins
dexter mccluster
lance moore
victor cruz
harry douglas
riley cooper
rashad greene
dwayne bowe
marquise lee
stedman bailey
marquise goodwin
paul richardson
cody latimer
devin smith
sammie coates
jaelen strong
rod streater
donnie avery
brandon gibson
andre caldwell
aaron dobson
nick toon
chris conley
albert wilson
andre roberts

2016 QB Rankings

Below are our early 2016 QB Rankings (cheat sheet)… it’s never too early to start ranking the 2016 fantasy football quarterbacks.

Sort by: QB | RB | WR | TE

Quarterbacks | 2016

Updated: 1/3/2016

Top 12

1. aaron rodgers
2. andrew luck
3. tom brady
4. drew brees
5. russell wilson
6. cam newton
7. blake bortles
8. carson palmer
9. ben roethlisberger
10. tony romo
11. kirk cousins
12. derek carr

The Rest

marcus mariota
jameis winston
brock osweiler
philip rivers
matthew stafford
eli manning
matt ryan
andy dalton
tyrod taylor
peyton manning
teddy bridgewater
sam bradford
ryan tannehill
johnny manziel
joe flacco
jay cutler
blaine gabbert
ryan fitzpatrick
alex smith

Why do you need an Inseason Fantasy Football Starters Membership?

Why do you need a FantasyFootballStarters Membership during both the off-season and in-season? Don’t think for a second that draft day and pre-draft advice is the only way to get fantasy football tips and advantages!!! The inseason battle is just as important as the off-season one!

Week 2 Power Rankings Updated and Ready!

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Ok, everyone, our Week 2 Power Rankings are up and ready, so get after it!

View Week 2 Power Rankings

Smitty’s 2015 Redraft Rankings; Smitty’s 2015 Dynasty Rankings.

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Hey STARTERS Nation:

Of course, we have our Draft Analyzer here at STARTERS, which cranks out custom cheat sheets using an industry-leading predictive algorithm. However, I also provide my personal redraft and dynasty rankings outside of the Analyzer rankings, just to give all you fantasy fanatics another list to look at. Use them all, you can never get enough info to mix together! Below are both the updated dynasty and redraft links!

NOTE: Due to endless requests for it, I have added a tiering system to both sets of rankings!

Redraft Rankings Dynasty Rankings

Introducing “Default Draft Analyzer” Cheat Sheets… by STARTERS!

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Hey Starters Nation:

We are excited to announce the launching of our new Default Rankings Cheat Sheets for the 2015 fantasy football season.

What are they? Well, if you know our products, well, then you know that we have Custom Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets, and while these are about as powerful as draft rankings get, sometimes you just need quick and fast rankings on the fly. This is where our Default Cheat Sheets come into play, as our Draft Analyzer is now capable of producing a quick default set of rankings without having to enter in a team, team name, roster, scoring, etc… so it’s as simple as:

1. Picking PPR or Non-PPR and whether you want preset NFL.com, ESPN.com, CBS, Yahoo.com, or Default Scoring
2. Running the Analyzer
3. Viewing Results

It’s really that simple!

Launch Default Cheat Sheets

The clear #1 overall fantasy pick in 2015 is…

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So, who is the No. 1 overall pick heading into all 2015 Fantasy Football yearly-league drafts?

While an argument can easily be made for a handful of players, like Adrian Peterson and LeVeon Bell (even with the scheduled missed games), my clear #1 overall pick in 2015 is…

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