Category: Fantasy Football
One of my favorite tools for improved fantasy football performance is listening to fantasy football podcasts. From pre-draft help to mid-season injuries and analysis listening to podcasts is a great way to stay on top of the latest fantasy football news at your leisure. We break down our favorites right here…
Yahoo has released in newly designed fantasy football app for 2013 with some great new features like live drafting for your Yahoo league and live mock drafts to help you prepare for the real thing.
The Mock draft can be a valuable tool for preparing for your fantasy football draft. It’s not just seeing where certain players tend to fall, but getting “real” drafting experience and testing out any draft theories. We’re taking a look at a handful of quality sites where you can participate in free live mock fantasy football drafts online.
If you play fantasy sports long enough, you are likely to accumulate some interesting, humorous, and even crazy stories. In his new book, “Fantasy Life: The Outrageous, Uplifting, and Heartbreaking World of Fantasy Sports from the Guy Who’s Lived It,” Matthew Berry shares stories of fantasy sports experiences from bizarre and unique trophies, draft day traditions, crazy rules, embarrassing punishments for losers, and so much more.
With the NFL season creeping closer, we continue our Fantasy Football Draft app reviews with the the NFL Fantasy Cheat Sheet 2013 App for iPad and iPhone.
Looking for a great Fantasy Football draft app for your 2013 draft? Look no further than Rotowire Fantasy Football Draft Kit 2013.
ESPN’s Fantasy Football app has been released for Android, but sadly lacks many of the exciting features that were included in the iOS version. It’s pretty much the same Android app we saw last season.
If you are in an ESPN Fantasy Football league this year and you have an iOS device, you are likely going to be quite pleased with the newly released ESPN Fantasy Football 2013 App.
You may have noticed an added feature to your Fantasy Football lineup this week. Yahoo has added a pop-up scoring breakdown feature to the “My Team” and “Matchup” pages.
If you play in a Yahoo Fantasy Football League, and waited until the last minute to update your lineup last Sunday November 11th, you might have been left out in the cold. Around 12:15PM, Yahoo suffered a server outage that caused their Fantasy Football site to become very slow and in some cases even made it inaccessible. This outage effected the fantasy site until after the 1:00PM ET games began.
Needs some Fantasy Advice? Are you willing to drop a few bucks to get personalized advice? If so, you might want to grab the Rotowire Ask An Expert app for iPhone and iPad.
I can never get enough Fantasy Football talk and analysis. There are plenty of Fantasy Football podcasts out there, but not nearly enough of them offer high quality analysis. If you are looking for a better fantasy football podcast, or just can’t get enough fantasy chatter, you’ll definitely want to check out ESPN’s Fantasy Underground.
Looking for a feature rich digital draft board solution that doesn’t require Internet access and allows unavailable owners to pre-rank and auto-draft their players? If so, you’ll want to check out FanDraft Fantasy Football Draft Board Software.
I had fantasy football in mind when I bought my iPad. I envisioned being able to pull up cheat sheets on the iPad during the draft and have stat information at my fingertips while watching games on Sunday afternoons. In the past few years since I got my iPad, it has delivered so much more than I expected, especially when it comes to preparing for the fantasy football draft.
Looking for a way to do mock fantasy football drafts on your iPhone or iPod Touch without needing an Internet connection? You can do just that with the Draft Guru app from DraftGuru.com.