ESPN Insider Launch Date is Aug. 6

We want to announce the ESPN Insider Launch date is set for August 6. The Insider package will include league integration, draft syncing (draft picks imported to the Draft Analyzer web from the ESPN draft rooms), ESPN projected stats, news and notes, and Draft Analyzer desktop use.

2010 iPhone Mock Draft Application

We have just launched the 2010 iPhone Mock Draft application for download at the iTunes store. This year’s version is available for FREE download.

This year’s version of the iPhone Mock Draft application allows users to cruise through a full mock draft in a matter of minutes. You choose the league size and your draft position to draft the best team possible. Ever wonder if you would  draft a better team if you wait to pick your QB and draft a top WR early? Want to see if you can beat the RB-RB draft theory? You can use the forward or reverse controls to quickly and easily test those strategies and more to optimize your team for the 2010 fantasy football season.

Some of the Key Features for 2010:

  • Simulate and save an unlimited number of Mock Drafts
  • Make picks for your team and for other teams or let the Player Recommendation Engine do the work
  • Select your league size, draft position and roster requirements
  • Player Rankings updated several times a week throughout pre-season
  • Utilize player rankings based on standard scoring rules or download personalized player rankings from the Draft Analyzer Web
  • Includes ADP values, bye-weeks and projected fantasy points for 2010 for all players

Don’t know your draft position yet? Practice with an early, mid or late draft spot to prepare for any scenario. Already know your draft position? Find out what players will be available for you in every round. See if a good RB will still be available for you in round 2 if you take Andre Johnson in round one. Find out what round you should grab Drew Brees or Aaron Rodgers before someone else drafts them. Try targeting players for certain rounds while still building the best overall team.

The iPhone Mock Draft application for 2010 includes the fantasy sports industry’s best Player Recommendation Engine which is key to optimizing every draft pick.

2010 iPhone Cheat Sheet Application

We have just launched the 2010 iPhone Cheat Sheet application for download at the iTunes store. This year’s version is available for FREE download. Our 2010 iPhone Cheat Sheet application provides  accurate player rankings and personalized draft pick recommendations to help win any fantasy football draft using just an iPhone. The iPhone application easily adjusts to league size, draft position and roster requirements. The pre-loaded player rankings are based on the standard ESPN and Yahoo scoring system. If a league has personalized  scoring rules, owner names, or draft order the application can quickly and easily download those settings to your iPhone from the Draft Analyzer Web.

Some of the Key Features for 2010:

  • Player Rankings for 380+ players and defensive teams
  • Player Rankings updated several times a week throughout pre-season
  • Easily enter all owners draft picks
  • Select a league size, draft position and roster requirements
  • Utilize player rankings based on standard ESPN and Yahoo scoring rules or download personalized player rankings from the Draft Analyzer Web
  • Includes ADP values, bye-weeks and projected fantasy points for 2010 for all players

The iPhone Cheat Sheet application includes the fantasy sports industry’s best Player Recommendation Engine which is the key to optimizing every draft pick.

Draft Analyzer now available for ESPN Insiders!

The Draft Analyzer was launched as part of the ESPN Insider on Monday, March 9th.  If you are an ESPN Insider, you can access the Draft Analyzer here.

This is the first year the Draft Analyzer is available as a web-based application (vs. a downloadable application).  You don’t need to download, install or activate any software, but you do need internet access during your draft.  I could be wrong on this (let me know if I am), but I believe this is the first advanced draft software program to work on Macs natively (i.e. without requiring an installation of Windows).

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ESPN to include Draft Analyzer with ESPN Insider

ESPN to include Draft Analyzer with ESPN Insider.

More to come.

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