Top-200 2QB Auction Values Cheat Sheet

Josh Berger recently laid out his blueprint for drafting in 2QB auction leagues and provided many helpful tips to formulate a strategy and dominant auctions. … Now we present his Top-200 2QB Auction Values Cheat Sheet. You can view it below in its entirety and we have also provided a PDF download link at the bottom so that you can print your own copy at home to be prepared on draft day. The Cheat Sheet has rankings broken down by position with their auction values geared towards a 10-team 2QB auction league with a $200 budget.

The cheat sheet is comprised of 36 quarterbacks, 59 running backs, 70 wide receivers, 12 tight ends, 12 defenses, and 12 kickers. Berger has also conveniently included each team’s bye week in the cheat sheet. If you don’t see a player or team defense listed assume their value is zero dollars.

If you’ll recall from Berger’s auction strategy and tips article, he recommends you go into your auction draft with a set budget in place for each position. If you’re new to the 2QB auction format and are looking for a guiding hand, Berger’s position-specific budget is: $58 QB – $80 RB – $50 WR – $10 TE – $2 D/K.

Click here to download a printable version of the Top-200 2QB Auction Values Cheat Sheet


Salvatore Stefanile
Salvatore Stefanile is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (FSWA) and has been playing fantasy football since his high school days. He is a proponent of 2QB fantasy football leagues, and his work has been featured on XN Sports, RotoViz, and Rotoworld. His writing on 2QB fantasy football leagues earned him the FSWA award for 'Best Fantasy Football On-Going Series' in 2013. He earned a second FSWA nomination in 2015 for 'Humor Article of the Year'. You can follow him on Twitter @2QBFFB

13 thoughts on “Top-200 2QB Auction Values Cheat Sheet

  1. Many thanks to you all for this resource; I believe that in 3-5 yrs. a 2QB wave will carry this site to new heights.

    1. @Billy Beeeeen: We try to assume 0.5-PPR across the entire site (as an admitted hedge between no-PPR and full-PPR).

          1. Hey can you tell me if these rankings would change at all if it was a 12 team guideline but everything else was the same? Thanks, appreciate your work.

          2. The higher-end players would most likely become more expensive because of the extra money available created by the two additional teams. That would lead to a higher level of competition for the same group of people, with a steep curve that would drop off quicker.

  2. I am new to the auction draft and I’m am in a league with 2qbs, 2rb, 3wr,TE and 2 flex spots (wr,rb,te only). No kickers or defense. Cap money is 250$ with 10 teams. How does this change the values? thanks

    1. @Bleezy: Adding $50 to each team’s budget will make all players more expensive, but not equally across the board. The elite players will likely go much higher in value and the lower-tier guys will bump up a little bit. Having more money to play with adds extra reward to the “Stars & Scrubs” strategy, where you can spend heavily on high-end talent and spend very little on most of your bench.

      If your opponents don’t adjust properly and stick to default auction values for a $200 cap, try to go over the top with your bids on the elite players. A 10-team league is shallow enough that you’ll easily be able to find cheap players with upside at the end of the auction and off the waiver wire, so don’t be afraid to overspend on the best players early.

  3. You have an extra $50 to play around with so you can bump up the average spend across the board. The two flex spots means you’ll be spreading the money around on the RB/WR more so than your normally would. The $$$ values for each position will be higher just because there is more money to spend as a whole and per team.

  4. This sheet is great! We’ve been doing the 10 team 2-qb league for 5 years now and this is the first cheat sheet that actually helps… Any chance these values will be updated for pre-season injuries and other news before the 1st game starts next week?

    1. Hi Aaron,

      Thanks for checking us out and we’re glad the cheat sheet has helped. We’ve contacted the original author to see if he can update him for drafts this week. Hopefully we can get on that. Thank you.

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