Daily Haze: Updating the Best iPhone Apps for Fantasy Owners
This summer I released a five-part “Best Of” fantasy football series with the idea of bringing fantasy owners the best web sites, products and tools for the 2011 fantasy football season. One of those posts detailed the best smart phone apps for fantasy owners who also own smart phones.
Wanted to update that post this morning after reading about this PRMtime fantasy football app. Apparently it allows you to input all your teams from all your leagues, regardless of where they are hosted (Yahoo!, ESPN, NFL.com, etc.) . This way you can track your team in one location, instead of flipping back and forth between apps and/or browsers.
Seems like a pretty natural fit for fantasy owners. I have not used it yet but it is in my queue. Once I fire it up, I should be able to provide a better review.
You can read the rest of our “Best Of” fantasy football series by following these links:
Part I: The 10 Best Fantasy Football Blogs
Part II: The Best League Hosting Services
Part III: The Best Full-Service Fantasy Football Websites
Part IV: The Best Fantasy Football Twitter-ers of 2011
Part V: The Best iPhone Apps for Fantasy Football Owners
Here are today’s great reads:
- One of my favorite features on another blog went up yesterday: Expected point totals (wide receivers and tight ends). A couple of interesting things here. Baltimore tight end Ed Dickson seems like a player poised for a breakout. Getting a lot of targets, needs to start converting them into catches. This is a good place to start if you are pursuing trade targets in fantasy leagues this week. [Fantasy Douche]
- Bye week prep for fantasy football owners. Week 5 starts the annual bye week season, depriving fantasy owners of starting players and making the reach deep into the bench for production. Good luck this weekend filling your holes. [Roto Arcade]
- Midweek injury updates for fantasy owners with important players. Andre Johnson’s injury could not have come at a worse time with the beginning of the bye week schedule. The good news here is that he should only miss 2-3 weeks barring a setback. #fingerscrossed [ESPN.com]
- Target data for a few choice players. I mentioned Ed Dickson above, but another player poised for a major breakout is Pittsburgh wide receiver Antonio Brown. He seems to have passed Emmanuel Sanders as the No. 3 wide receiver at this point but needs Ben Roethlisberger to be OK if I am going to trust him in any leagues this weekend. [RazzBall]
- Does not look like Cedric Benson will be suspended this week. So fantasy owners who ran out to grab Bernard Scott (guilty!) a few weeks ago will have to wait another week for Scott’s opportunity. Hope it comes soon, the Bengals play the Colts next week — one of the worst run Ds in the league. [FFToolBox]
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