The Fantasy Cow is a One Stop Shop for All Your Fantasy News

Corey KoehlerSenior Analyst ISeptember 2, 2008

Yep, you read that right, the Fantasy Cow. The Goat is no longer your only fantasy football resource referencing a barnyard animal. Wacky? Maybe! But definitely catchy don’t you think?

Anyway, what is the Fantasy Cow you ask? Simple, it is a site that gives you fantasy football headlines from all the top fantasy football news sites on the web and all on the same page. It is what they call a fantasy football news portal.

But that’s not all.

I really like the StockMarket tab they have. You can find out whether the stock of your players - or a free agents players - is rising or falling. Even cooler is they efficiently link to articles supporting the rise or fall position. Pretty handy.

Next, the site features a drag an drop cheat sheet feature. This is very cool if you are looking for a customizable cheat sheet to track your guys.

Finally, they have a very nice stats page which is a nice quick-reference and viable supplement to the official NFL.com stats.

Now if you have been reading by blog for some time now, you know that I am a big proponent of building your own fantasy football news page. But, with all of the features, Fantasy Cow is a great addition to those tools as well. And if you don’t have the time for you own news page - or just don’t want to build one - Fantasy Cow is a must.

Overall the site is very solid and should only get better.

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