Fantasy Football on the Go: Must Have Apps
The NFL season has arrived and with it comes fantasy football. It’s easy to keep track of your team when you’re at home watching but we’ve got you covered for when you aren’t thanks to some of the top apps for your smartphone. Some of these games will test your skill level and assess how good you are in free kicks, headers, and passes. Others are free and a few are premium but they are reasonably priced which makes them attainable. Enjoy a real thundering soccer Experience.
NFL.com Fantasy Football 2012
NFL.com Fantasy Football 2012 is an official app of the National Football League, providing you with all the stats, injuries, big plays and roster moves at your fingertips. You can track how your team is performing in real time with live scoring updates. Lineups and transactions are covered and official news is accessible to you at a moment’s notice.
There are mock drafts available so you can get an idea of where players tend to fall in the draft. The app is extremely easy to use and allows you to track multiple teams. The app is available for Android and iOS devices and is free.
Fantasy Football Monster
Fantasy Football Monster is an app designed for those who accept nothing less than a championship in their leagues. Fantasy Football Monster makes it simple to keep track of all your leagues with one app, regardless of what site hosts the league. The app allows you to post on the message board, drag and drop to set your rosters and view the latest transactions around your league. Injury reports and breaking player news is also available.
Torn between Cam Newton and Matt Ryan as a potential pick in your league? It is easy to compare players via statistics over any time frame or particular stat you wish to. The app is available for both the iOS and Android systems and $4.99 is a small price to pay for fantasy domination.
NFL Fantasy Cheat Sheet 2012
Now the official cheat sheet of the National Football League, this app has been wildly popular for the past five years with fantasy players. The app breaks down information in a way that is easy to understand and apply to your specific type of league. You can look at where players are going in other drafts by average draft position, check out what a player may go for in an auction league and get an idea of what kind of point total they are projected for.
You have the ability to customize the rankings by inputting the scoring system for your league. The app also features individual defensive players, or IDPs, and up to the minute news about injuries and other things that could affect your team. It has information about consistency and how a player’s respective unit performs, which comes in handy when it comes to making a tough decision in the middle or late rounds. The app is available for both iOS and Android; at $2.99 it’s a steal for fantasy owners. A version for the iPad is available at $4.99 as well.
Fantasy Football Insider
Brought to you by Pro Football Weekly, Fantasy Football Insider grants you access to the same experts that you see on TV every week. The app gives start and sit recommendations every week, injuries and updated news, live scoring and weekly rankings to put together the best possible matchups each and every week. If you are a subscriber to Pro Football Weekly, there is additional premium content that you can look over as well. The app is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone 7 and Blackberry and won’t cost you a cent.
FF Draft GM 2012
FF Draft GM 2012 is an app that helps you draft your powerhouse club with advanced value based drafting. There is the ability to draft based on keeper league rules, stats, previews and predictions and the ability to trade picks and customize rankings. After the draft, the app grades your draft as well as those of your league members, giving you an idea of how well you performed. It’s also compatible for leagues on Yahoo, ESPN, CBS Sports, NFL.com and Fleaflicker. At $2.99 for both iOS and Android systems, it’s a small price to pay to maximize your draft selections.
Which fantasy football apps are your favorite?