NFL Fantasy Cheat Sheet 2011 for iPad is touted as ‘the official fantasy cheat sheet of the National Football League’. It features ‘NFL content’ and …
the latest player news, injury reports, depth charts, IDP, keepers, ADP, AAV and VBD. Create your own custom rankings or calculate them based on your league scoring system.
The app has a long and impressive-looking set of features. Here are just the notable new features for 2011:
☆ Pick Recommendation Engine: Using our custom Value Based Drafting (VBD) algorithm, players are ranked by value instead of just raw points. Calculated using your league scoring system, drafting will never be easier.
☆ Team offensive & defensive rankings. Easily identify players on high-powered offenses.
☆ Consistency rating for each player. Know which players you can trust to score consistently on a week to week basis.
☆ Track keepers for your league. Mark keepers before your draft so you know who’s already taken.
☆ View complete NFL team depth charts, news and injury reports for each team.
☆ View position depth charts for each player, accessible directly from the player profile.
☆ Configure starter position limits for your league, including the ability to select flex positions such as WR/TE, RB/WR/TE, etc.
☆ Individual Defensive Players (IDP) included
☆ Improved data management: Copy configuration and rankings from one league to another.
I have to admit it’s been a few years since I got involved in any fantasy football leagues, but it looks to me that if you’re serious about your fantasy football then this is a serious app that might be quite a helpful tool.
Here’s an App Store link for NFL Fantasy Cheat Sheet 2011 for iPad; it’s priced at $4.99.