Segmenting our cheat sheet by tiers helps us to make decisions quickly during the draft. It simply lumps comparable players together. This gives us an idea of how much fantasy point potential we lose by not drafting the last player available in their tier.
Figure 8-1 gives us a distribution of average fantasy points for RB’s. The order of players will change each season. Nonetheless, this shows where we can expect point drop-offs between tiers.
Drop-offs in fantasy point potential are usually quite obvious between the 1st and 2nd tiers. Stud players (the top three or four RB’s) tend to drastically outclass everyone else.
Select the range of values in the Blend column. They should already be Sorted from Smallest to Largest…