I used the O-rank as a quick guide to how a player has performed over several years. If they have a good O-rank, they have done pretty well in the past which makes them worth looking at. It helped me a lot in the draft.
Now I don't need it anymore because I know the value of most players without needing to peek at stats every time an offer comes my way. But it is still a useful tool for fantasy newbies.
Rank can be just as bad. For example, is Brian Roberts realy the most valuable player in fantasy baseball? Is Reggie Sanders worth more than Beltran? I mean, come on!
You just need to start talking to people and start selling your players.....
Rate my team, leave me a link!