Databases are included below, for each of DraftKings, FanDuel and Yahoo!. Each database has multiple sheets. The default sheet is at the All players level, with sheet views provided at the individual position level, for convenience. The sheet color schemes are color coded to correspond with their DFS platform for quick identification and to minimize confusion.
The default view shows players across positions sorted by most efficient to least efficient, with individual sheets provided for each of the QB, RB, WR, TE, FLEX, and D/ST positions.
Within the sheets, use the
Search buttons to refine the sheet view. The
Filter button can be used to build mock lineups right in the sheet, without ever leaving the page.
FFsheets provides an efficiency score, noted as the
FFsheets Score a measure of relative points per dollar of salary, which should be used to guide lineup decisions. It is not a projection, but a measure of how much bang-for-your-buck each player provides. The
FFsheets Score column appears highlighted, by default, and should be the focus of most of your attention. All else being equal, you should generally favor players with higher
FFsheets Score within each position as well as across and between positions to maximize your lineup's total points output.
If you prefer to work directly with the raw data, you can download it by clicking the
three dotsbutton, then
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Data Last Updated: 10/7 | 3:00pm Eastern
Please note: this page works best in and is designed for a desktop browser. If on mobile, the feature functionality is reduced, and you may not be able to use the
Search buttons, and you may have a limited view into the data in the sheets. We recommend viewing in landscape mode on your mobile device, and requesting the desktop version of the site in your mobile web browser, if possible.