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Fantasy football draft season is here! We’re in the thick of it right now, and to help you all craft and build those ultimate championship-winning teams, we’ve compiled all of our excellent analysis and advice here, in one place.

The Yahoo Fantasy Football 2023 Toolkit is updated daily and we will continue to add new content here until the start of the season. So whether you’re playing Fantasy Football for the first time or a seasoned pro looking to add another title to your trophy bag, our draft suite will provide all the rankings, sleepers, busts, stance previews and more expert analysis you need to win.

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arrangement draft

Who should be the highest rated player this fantasy season?

Debate between Christian McCaffrey – who started a successful season with the 49ers – and Justin Jefferson – the best fantasy receiver last season – and Ja Mar Chase – who scored three fewer goals than Jefferson while playing. 21 fewer games – raging.

overall ranking

Downloadable cheat sheets

2023 Rookie fantasy rankings

2023 salary cap ratings levels

Where expert ratings go wrong

fake drafts

The Yahoo Fantasy team runs mock drafts, in various formats, to see where their player convictions are strongest and to help provide a big picture that you can take in your drafts.

Strategy project

Tips to help fantasy managers get a successful 2023 draft.

Tips to help fantasy managers get a successful 2023 draft.

One of the biggest questions of the season is whether to invest in a quality midfielder or look for value later on. Twelve of the 18 best fantasy seasons ever delivered at the position have been delivered over the past five years, so there’s a strong argument to be made for taking a star.

Picking up early and often has also become more popular, leaving the Zero RB scene in a different place than it was in years past. In many ways, the receiver has become the new “It” site in fantasy football.

Dive deeper

position previews

ADP trends

Draft discussions


Vanishing doesn’t necessarily mean the players on these lists aren’t draftable, it’s more about where they are picked that makes it hard to justify the investment.


There’s a lot of draft value to be had, let’s examine the potential trades at each position:

Quarterback advice

If you choose to wait at the quarterback, there are still some solid options in the later rounds.

Turn back tip

Running backs have been devalued in the NFL, and that’s somewhat mirrored in the fantasy landscape, with fewer automatic fantasy RB1s available and more commissions to sift through.

About the one thing everyone agrees on is that Christian McCaffrey is the starting full-back. After that, the players’ rating and strategy became up for debate.

Wide reception advice

The center is very rich with outstanding players on all levels of NFL rosters. Space fantasy football reaction. Wideouts are being identified earlier than ever. It would have been unthinkable five years ago that so many receivers had consensus ADPs in the first round (five are currently on Yahoo).

There are five receivers with first-round ADP on Yahoo.

There are five receivers with first-round ADP on Yahoo.

Narrow final tip

This situation has become the hardest situation in the world of fantasy football to navigate unless you decide to invest in a first-round pick in Travis Kelce, which presents its own set of challenges.

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Additional prep draft content

Training camp and pre-season developments

Draft advice from the Yahoo Fantasy Football Show

Getting started and improving tournaments

More tips to come all draft season long…

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