Due to Scoresheet’s relatively early keeper deadline, we wanted to share our full keeper rankings in advance of our regular fantasy position-by-position coverage. Check out our 2016 Keeper Rankings for our advice on which veteran players to keep, and balance that knowledge against the output of the forthcoming Player Forecast Manager and advice from the Scoresheet Talk forum.
As always, keep in mind that these are mere suggestions, and for the average team at that. This spreadsheet should be treated like reading someone else’s answers before taking a test. You will always be the best arbiter for who to keep on your team—but we’re happy to help in any way we can. Feel free to ask us any thorny questions by email at email@example.com, or better yet, in the comments below, and we or the great BP comment horde will likely come back to you with advice.
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