2022 fantasy football draft kit

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If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it once: when you think of summer, you think of fantasy football season.

Whether you’re playing in a casual redraft league or a more serious deep dynasty format; a traditional or a custom rating format; with your friends and family or with your colleagues, we know that no two leagues of the other are the same.

With that in mind, this serves as a one-stop shop for all of our best material to ensure you hit the best fantasy football picks you can in whatever draft you find yourself in: PPR and Non-PPR Leaderboards and Cheat Sheets PPR, mock drafts for different league types, sleepers and misses for this season plus lots of helpful information and tips from our expert team of fantasy football analysts.

Whether you’ve been doing this for years or are an imaginative beginner, we’ve got everything you need to help you put together a great team and start the season with a shot at a championship.

Below is all of our best content to kick off the NFL season!

Fantasy football cheat sheets, mock drafts, projections

Cheat Sheet Central
A collection of downloadable, printable fantasy football season 2022 cheat sheets including PPR, Non-PPR, Superflex, and Dynasty/Keeper leagues. Perfect for your designs.

mock drafts
10 team, PPR (5/5) | 12-Team, PPR (6/23)

Forecasts for 2022
Mike Clay’s predicted performance for players in each fantasy position, sortable by specific categories.

Depth Charts: Offense | defense

position rankings

These rankings represent the consensus of our fantasy football analysts for the 2022 season. Each analyst maintains a personal ranking for the top 25 quarterbacks, 50 running backs, 50 wide receivers, 25 tight ends, 20 kickers, and 20 defense/special teams units . Players are then ranked according to the average of these leaderboards. Each position can also be sorted by the rankings of each individual analyst.

overall ranking

Matthew Berry: PPR Top 100

Tristan H Cockcroft: PPR Top 200

Eric Karabell: Superflex Top 200

Dynasty Rankings

Mike Lehm: Top 240 overall and top 65 rookies

IDP Rankings

Clay, Cockcroft and Moody: Top 50 DLs, LBs and DBs

Fantasy football advice and strategy

Lists and Insights

The 10 Most Fascinating Sophomore Players for 2022
Our fantasy crew chooses the sophomores they are most interested in seeing how things play out.

blank carabelle: Hopkins among the 10 most difficult players to rank
Eric lists players who are difficult to assess when creating draft leaderboards.

Volume: Tiered TE rankings
State of position in fantasy following Rob Gronkowski’s retirement.

blank carabelle: WRs are forgotten in drafts
Eric lists a handful of receivers that are slept on in early drafts.

Individual player analysis

Moody: Why Russell Wilson could finish as QB1

blank Bowen: How does losing Wilson affect Metcalf’s value?

buttercup: Rodgers no longer QB1 without Adams

Volume: Which Packers and Chiefs WRs should you draft?

blank buttercup: Are Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill still first-round picks?

Create, manage or join a league

Pseudo draft lobby
Practice creates masters! Jump into a mock draft and prepare for reality pitting you against other ESPN Fantasy players.

Sign up for ESPN Fantasy Football
It’s free to play! Create or join a league with friends, customize your settings and compete for the top spot all season long.

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