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Sunday, September 03, 2006


Dominate Your Fantasy Football Draft?

Quick review on the DraftWiz Fantasy Football draft software.

This software is based in Excel and will estimate player point production based on the scoring of the particular league. There's enough flexibility that scoring for Yahoo Fantasy Football leagues and ESPN Fantasy Football leagues can be accounted for. Each position (QB,RB,WR,TE,K,DEF) has it's own tab and can be sorted individually.

Now for the drawbacks. First of all, the stats included with the software are from 2005. While this allows you to see who did well last year, it takes user intervention to input projected 2006 stats. The other function I would have liked to have seen was an overall ranking compiled from the individual tabs. It can be a pain to toggle tabs while trying to figure out who to draft next.

Final Analysis: This is a solid piece of software and with some time and effort on the part of the user, can be a big benefit come draft day. This is especially true in fantasy football leagues with unique scoring. It costs ($3.00) less than half of a newstand magazine so the bang for the buck is definetly there.

Rating: 3.5/5

Click here to order DraftWiz.

Next Review: Holly Mann's "Thank You Rich Jerk" ebook (also called the Honest Riches ebook).

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