I’m proud to introduce this year’s iteration of Razzball’s very own draft tool: The War Room. First created by frequent community member and once-contributor: Nico, I’m happy to report that I’ve worked with him to bring this year’s version. You may know the Baseball version, and the Fantasy Football one follows the same general application. Here’s a brief rundown of what this tool can do for you…
- The “User Input” feature enables customization of league sizes, roster settings, flex settings, and PPR settings.
- The “War Room” tab summarizes the number of players taken by each team, and ranks each team by position.
- The “Cheat Sheet” displays players in order of the 2016 Razzball Rankings, fully sortable, of course.
- The “Projections” tab is a full display of the 2016 Razzball Projections, for those who like more in-depth information.
“Keep in mind, this spreadsheet is not locked, so if you’re an Ex(cel)pert, you can further customize this worksheet as needed. While the War Room is an excellent in-draft tool, I’ve found that a lot of value can come from it post-draft as well. Going back through the draft picks and assigning only the anticipated starters to each team can provide an even more accurate analysis of the league after draft day.” – Nico.
So after the jump, I’m happy to provide the 2016 Fantasy Football War Room!
To download the 2016 Fantasy Football War Room, click here!
Note: If you don’t have access to Microsoft Excel, you can simply upload the file into your Google Drive and open it with Google Sheets.