Get the most out of your team with these fantasy football apps.
The kickoff to the 2015 NFL season is rapidly approaching, and no doubt a lot of you are eager to get in on the fantasy football action. We've gathered up our favorite Android apps to help you dominate your 2015 fantasy football draft! You'll find plenty of options here, each letting you drill down into player statistics, latest news, and updates to your draft.
1. Yahoo Fantasy
Yahoo Fantasy includes fantasy leagues for more than just the NFL; you can get in on MLB, NBA and NHL at the same time, too. From inside you can make trades, draft your team and work on mock drafts, check in on player news and score updates, and see what the experts are saying about the latest progress.
2. NFL Fantasy Football
The official NFL Fantasy Football app features live and mock drafts, live scoring, in-game video highlights, the ability to join and create leagues, to choose your weekly lineup, and tweak your player lineup. There's lots of timely player news available and expert analysis to help you in your game.
3. ESPN Fantasy Football
ESPN's Fantasy Football app provides real-time alerts of trades, injuries, and scores for your favorite teams. You can also check in on live auctions and snake drafts in addition to participating in mock and live drafts. Of course you can set your weekly players and follow the latest NFL news from within the app.
4. CBS Sports Fantasy
CBS Sports Fantasy is a great football reference that provides projections, 2015 stats, and outlooks by CBS experts. You can play around with mock and live drafts, and dive in with full team management, live scoring, and chat with other players in the league. CBS Sports fantasy allows for on-the-go trades for your multiple teams, spanning football and baseball.
5. Fantasy Draft Dominator
The Fantasy Draft Dominator is a cheat sheet to help you make the best picks for your draft. Players are scored across 20 positions within 19 categories of passing, 12 categories of rushing, 12 categories of receiving, 7 categories of kicking, and 27 categories of defense. You'll have more data than you'll know what to do with once this is installed.
6. Your favorite fantasy football apps for Android?
There are a lot of ways to get in on fantasy football. What are yours? Who are you eyeballing for your draft? Which leagues do you play in? Hop into the comments and let us know!