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NFL Tier – Tiering Fantasy Football Draft Player Rankings (Excel Spreadsheet)

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2010 NFL Tier – Tiering Fantasy Football Excel Spreadsheet Player Rankings

SAN FRANCISCO - AUGUST 22: Brett Favre  of the Minnesota Vikings warms up before their preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on August 22, 2010 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Tiering your fantasy football rankings is a good way to see where players are classified on draft day. Many fantasy owners use this style of cheatsheet as an advantage over others because they gain perspective on which top players are still listed in different areas.

For example, you will notice the first tier color is a light blue. We believe these are the elite fantasy options for this position for your 2010 standard league draft. The second level is highlighted in red, and those players are still very good picks, but they aren’t complete studs for one reason or another.

This tier cheatsheet is printable and downloadable for free so go ahead and get a copy for your draft. Good luck in your 2010 fantasy football league.

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