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Printable PPR and non-PPR drafting tiers for 2020 fantasy football leagues (9/3 Update)

Need help drafting this season? Download our 2020 fantasy football non-PPR and PPR drafting tiers.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes shakes hands with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson after the Chiefs defeated the Ravens 27-24 in overtime to win the game at Arrowhead Stadium on December 09, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri. Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

There is plenty of software out there that will help you keep your draft in order, but I’ve always preferred to print out my own drafting tier sheet to cross off by hand. Having something to write on can also help you take notes and make adjustments on the fly a little easier than most draft helpers.

I’ve put together my drafting tiers for PPR and non-PPR leagues, which you can download in an Excel or PDF format. These will be updated in a timely manner, but you will be able to use the Excel to change them as you see fit.

PPR and Non-PPR Drafting Tiers — Excel — Updated 9/3
PPR and Non-PPR Drafting Tiers — PDF — Updated 9/3
PPR and Non-PPR Drafting Tiers — Google Docs — Updated 9/3

Tiers are easily my favorite way to draft. Having each position individually laid out in their own columns and separated into tiers is a good way to see the whole board. And tiers allow you to see that there is wiggle room in rankings. You don’t have to be so strict that you blindly go with yours or someone else’s rankings. Instead, you can see that a group of players is considered to be in the same tier and that picking from that tier is perfectly acceptable. This game isn’t black and white and going with your gut at the time is always a good call, especially if your tiers tell you it isn’t a big reach.

Feel free to also check out our full 2020 fantasy football draft guide, which features rankings, sleepers, potential busts, rookie analysis, and so much more.