August 16th, 2019
6 best fantasy football apps to help you crush the competition
It's been a great summer, and now football season is almost here. It's time to get your game face on—your fantasy football game face, that is. Don't be the laughing stock of your league because you didn't do your research. Here are 6 free fantasy football apps for iOS and Android that might be the key to you celebrating a championship.
ESPN Fantasy Football
It's hard to talk about sports and not mention ESPN. It offers in-the-moment sports updates from scores to breaking news. So, it makes sense that it's also a go-to app for fantasy sports. With the ESPN Fantasy Football app, you can create a league for your friends and family to join or join a league that already exists. Take a couple practice rounds with mock drafts to get comfortable with your draft order. Once the season is underway, manage your lineup, submit waiver claims, and keep up with the latest fantasy football news all from the app.
Yahoo Fantasy Football & more
You also can't go wrong with the Yahoo Fantasy Football & more app. No need to ever go on auto-draft – with this app, draft your players from anywhere, anytime, all from your phone. Similar to ESPN's fantasy app, it offers the chance to run through as many mock drafts as you want. Get expert analysis and up-to-date player and team news so you don't miss any breaking stories about injuries or contract holdouts. They also give out draft grades at the end of it, so practice makes perfect. During the season, manage your team, submit waiver claims and make trades all from the app.
NFL Fantasy Football
As the official fantasy football game of the NFL, the NFL Fantasy Football app is another way to create some competition in your friend group. Draft a roster, prepare for new head-to-head match-ups every week, and then watch as your players rack up points on the field for you. It has a great tool that allows you to compare players side-by-side so you can use your judgement of who you want on your team. Don't let your friend beat you this week because you forgot the New England Patriots were off. Stay in the know with team and player updates from its team of Fantasy Football experts.
The next 3 apps are great options when you're looking at the best apps to prepare for your upcoming fantasy football draft.
Footballguys Fantasy Football Draft Dominator
Own your draft from start to finish with the Footballguys Fantasy Football Draft Dominator. Every fantasy football league is different. From the number of teams, to the strategy – the list goes on and on. Nervous about your upcoming draft? With this app, you can import your league information, rules and draft order and it'll create a cheat sheet just for you. Get step-by-step guidance through each round of the draft to make sure you're starting off the season with the best roster of players possible.
Fantasy Football Draft Wizard
Just like the Fantasy Football Draft Dominator above, the Fantasy Football Draft Wizard app allows you to import your league settings to maximize how it can help you. During the live draft, it'll offer you advice from their experts on what you should do for every single pick. After the draft, it'll analyze how you did and highlight strengths and weaknesses. It can also offer support for keeper leagues, which can clear up the confusion of who has what player from last year.
RotoWire Fantasy News Center
Keep up with the latest news and information through RotoWire.com with their Fantasy News Center app. While other apps offer player and team news, this app is completely dedicated to keeping up with the latest updates so you'll stay in the know. The player search feature gives you the option to check out new information on any player in the system. Have your eye on a sleeper pick for your upcoming draft? See what the experts are saying before you draft them in an early round.
Tap into our expertise
*The Asurion® trademarks and logos are the property of Asurion, LLC. All rights reserved. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Asurion is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or endorsed by any of the respective owners of the other trademarks appearing herein.*