Introducing the Cheat Sheet Calculator

Just a quick post here to make sure that everyone is aware of the new app on the site that will help you come up with a cheat sheet for your fantasy drafts. This app is powered by our staff projections and allows you to input your own scoring

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  1. Very impressive...will be an indispensable resource at draft time. Thanks FD!

  2. When I was writing this I googled VBD to see if there was some amazing article that I was missing. The crazy thing is that the non-Joe Bryant articles are almost all negative. Lots of them have criticisms of VBD that I find silly - like the fact that it requires you to make a projection - but lots of them also have valid criticisms too. And to be fair I think a lot of people criticize VBD because it seems like it's an overly robotic way to approach fantasy. My criticisms aren't related to that issue at all. I think it just fails on the thing it promises to deliver.

    How is it that we have an idea in fantasy that seems to be widely criticized (bordering on discredited) and yet it's also still a pretty prominent idea? Even the PFR glossary page has essentially an un-validated method for calculating VBD.

  3. There's nothing better than printing out a cheat sheet and taking the cap off a new pen in late August, then pounding 8 beers in a few hours and giving your buddies shit about stuff that happened a long time ago.

  4. How says:

    Perhaps I'm doing something wrong, but for some reason the position filter isn't working for me. It worked earlier, but it's stopped at some point today. Any thoughts?

  5. Should be good now. I wanted to turn off the global search bc I don't like how that box looks, but then in the process accidentally turned off all filtering. Oops.

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