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2010 Wide Receivers (WR) Standard Scoring League Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet

2010 Wide Receivers (WR) Fantasy Football League Cheat Sheet

SAN FRANCISCO - DECEMBER 27:  Michael Crabtree #15 of the San Francisco 49ers catches a pass over William James #41 of the Detroit Lions during an NFL game at Candlestick Park on December 27, 2009 in San Francisco, California.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

Another year is upon us, and it’s time to get your information ready for your 2010 standard league fantasy football draft(s). The cheat sheet above is geared toward free standard leagues for as we have gone through their scoring system and have a standard snake draft cheat sheet available for wide receivers above.

We have also broken down the other positions for your standard snake drafts on and other major sites for RB, QB, TE, K and Team Defense as well for in depth cheat sheets. Use the cheat sheet above at on draft day or just to get an idea of who we think are the top 80 wide receivers worth paying attention to for the up coming 2010 fantasy football season.

Hopefully, this cheat sheet will give you insight into were different receivers rank out for your 2010 season, and you can better understand how to set your team up for success.

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For more information on all our ranking information feel free to checkout our cheat sheet and mock draft pages of the website. We also have our different 2010 NFL fantasy football player rankings available for you as well. Good luck in your 2010 fantasy football league.

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