It is that time of the year again!!! My football season is in full swing and we won our first game of the year 40-7. The NFL is finally winding up the pre-season and NCAA begins this week. The only thing else we need is fantasy football!!! For those of you who have never played fantasy football, it can become a true addiction! The Beaver Bowl III (my league) has its draft party tonight! Each of us come with our own tools to ensure the best draft possible. So, the iPhone guy on staff must have an app for that, right?
The 2009 Fantasy Football Draft Kit brings everything you need to prepare for your draft right to your iPhone or iTouch. This year, don’t pore over dozens of print-outs and countless fantasy football magazines. You can research every player, rank them by position, and get ESPN’s projections and analysis delivered straight to your device with the FREE 2009 Draft Kit app.
- 2009 Rankings and Projections for 500+ players
- Player Cards with images, projections and ESPN analysis
- Players sorted by name, rank, team/bye week and projected points
- The ESPN bottomline with the latest sports news and updates
- Updated rankings delivered to the app as soon as they are available
- Create and save up to 5 draft lists
- Email your draft lists right from the app
- Get updates all season on every player in fantasy
- And much more!
I love hosting the fantasy draft. My wife makes food and the eleven other team owners and I have a great time picking our teams. The one part of the draft I usually dislike is keeping up with all of my printed rankings and cheat sheets. After a few rounds it is just a pile of confusion.
This app is a perfect fix. When opening the app there are two options: Create a new draft list, or check out ESPN draft rankings. Both options show the players as ranked by ESPN.
An NFL news ticker is found on the front page and is pretty up to date. On Tuesday morning the ticker had news about Brett Favre’s performance on Monday night. The rankings list is similar to the cheat sheets found on the net or in magazines. Browse player rankings by position or all players. All, QB, RB, TE, WR, K, and defense tabs will assist in choosing the best of each position. The players team and bye week are included as well as the 2009 projected ranking.
If a closer look at any players is needed, click on their name and check out their player card. A ton of information including stats and ESPN expert analysis is included.
Up to five draft lists can be created during drafts. Keep up with the draft by adding players to the list. Available players are easy to see and a list of drafted players will help track your team. This is much easier than thumbing through stacks of papers and magazines and scratching out each player. More time will be available to decide the your next move.
Before your draft is complete, make sure you pick up the ESPN Fantasy Football 2009 Draft Kit. You cannot go wrong with information from ESPN and the app is FREE in the app store.
What I like: Clean and attractive interface. Free tool to keep up with the draft.
What I don’t: I would like to see defensive players added to the list.