Editor’s note: Remember to submit your best fantasy football team name into our July 2011 contest. Winners get Mardi Gras prize-packs!
The internet is chocked full of valuable resources at the disposal of fantasy football owners. But finding the right tools can be a daunting challenge given the volume of results a simple Google search can procure.
Filling a fantasy owner’s arsenal with the best weapons may be an overwhelming task, but we have been down this road twice before.
This year’s list of fantasy football tools to use promises to be the best one yet.
There are web tools, websites, fantasy football blogs, forums and more this time around. More fantasy football information than most owners need, but far less than the endless amount of links a single Google or Yahoo! search provides. And in this case, the “picking through the trash” part of the process is already taken care of by yours truly.
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Tools & Apps
In a nutshell, these are internet toys that help you get stuff done in your fantasy league. Be it keeping up with news, tweaking rosters, creating team logos or tracking individual players, these sites will help you stay on top of the fantasy football game all season long.
If you took our advice in May and did plenty of mock drafts to prepare for the season, chances are really good you used one of these sites — easily the best mock drafting and average draft position hubs on the internet.
Need help with a big trade offer? How about discussion on your favorite draft strategy? Or do you just want to keep up with player news, injuries and other football-related goodies? Chat about these things and more in any or all of these fantasy football forums.
So if you are going to take our advice and use Google Reader to keep up with all the latest fantasy football news, trends and rankings, these fantasy football blogs would be a great place to start. And while you are at it, may as well subscribe to The Hazean too!
Similar to the fantasy football blogs above but most of these have a ton of features. There are discussions, applications, draft kits, player updates, forums, blogs, rankings and much, much more on these, the best full-service fantasy football websites.
We told you about the five best places to host your fantasy league this season. And what, you thought we would change that up now? No way, dudes and dudettes. Whatever your fantasy game, one of these sites should suit all of your needs. Or do like me and play on several of them!
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