Our list of the best fantasy football websites
We know you are seeking as much great info as you can find. Now more than ever there are a ton of great fantasy resources available, both free and with a subscription. The challenge is sifting through all of the noise to find the quality content. That’s where we come in. We weed out the noise so you don’t have to. We may not have every worthy resource listed below – there will always be some good sites we’ll miss. But if it’s on this list, it won’t suck.
These sites were selected for their excellent fantasy football news, tools and content. None of these sites have paid us a dime, or have enlisted any link agreements in order to be listed. Whether you play dynasty, redraft, IDP, auction, devy or daily, there’s something here for everyone.
General FFB News & Analysis Sites
A high quality site with a ton of good info, both free and subscription, 4for4 is known for their highly accurate in-season & redraft rankings. They have proven their ranking prowess by winning numerous accuracy contests.
Fantasy Pros is a truly unique offering in a market filled with numerous similar sites. FantasyPros aggregates experts rankings from all over the industry. This aggregated data is then used as the basis for several really slick tools to help you with your draft, waiver wire and weekly lineup’s. As a bonus, they also rate the accuracy of all the ranking experts so you can know who really knows their stuff. Mostly free, but the My Playbook feature is worth every penny.
The team at RotoViz delivers high quality, statistically-driven fantasy analysis. With an analytic focus, some of the best stats tools in the industry, and plenty of dynasty material, this is one of the best resources you will find to help you build your dynasty and redraft teams.
While NumberFire is not strictly speaking a fantasy site – they position themselves as “next generation sports analytics platform” – they do provide a solid some very solid, analytics driven fantasy content. Covering the NFL, NBA, MLB and more, with a range of free and premium tools, projections and services, numberfire is a site you should have on your list of regular visits.
One of the largest, non-major media outlet fantasy football sites around. They provide year round information and analysis. So much in-season content it’s almost overwhelming. Lots of good writers and some great tools as well, football guys offers mostly free content during the off-season but goes mostly subscription in-season. Be sure to sign up for their newsletter, it’s an excellent way to stay on top of fantasy football news.
Another one of the largest fantasy sites around. They deal with way more than just fantasy football, but their fantasy football content is among the best. Their daily news feed and player profiles can’t be beat. Be sure to check out their Rotoworld App for iPhone and Android.
Also a large fantasy site with tons of good content. Mostly subscription, covering a lot of sports, worth checking out. They also have a very good football news ticker.
The Fake Football
Fake Football provides weekly rankings and articles which are targeted towards all formats. The produce some top-notch dynasty content in addition to redraft and daily resources.
Another one of the most respected sites in the fantasy industry, their recently redesigned site is a huge improvement over the old design. Fantasy Sharks offers a wide range of fantasy football content; Draft and lineup tools, projections, rankings, and an active message board called the Shark Tank. They also produce a daily newsletter that is well worth signing up for.
One of the best, most established fantasy resources you’ll find. The guys at footballdiehards not only bring you great content all year long, but they produce some of the best fantasy football magazines on the shelves. Cheatsheets, Rankings and an award winning Draft Kit & FlashUpdate which offers their subscribers intense, up-to-date, Fantasy-specific news and intelligence.
Customized cheat sheets, dynasty rankings, advice, articles aimed at redraft as well as keeper & dynasty. Offering a ton of great tools and free content, this site is one of the oldest and most respected fantasy resources around.
The DraftSharks have been around since 1999. They feature a slick website, some really great tools, and a lot of off-season and in-season content.
The site may not be much to look at, but Walter Cherepinsky (@WalterFootball) has been cranking out some great fantasy football content for probably longer than you’ve been playing fantasy football. Definitely a redraft focus but with a ton of rankings, mock drafts, articles and useful fantasy insights, this hot mess of a no-nonsense old school site is well worth a visit.
FFToday provides some terrific draft and lineup tools, as well as rankings, analysis and articles on all styles and formats of fantasy leagues. Sign up for a free membership to get customized player advice. Another one of the most established and respected sites around.
The Huddle has been a leader in the Fantasy Football market since 1997, and they continue to be one of the premier fantasy advice and analysis sites around. Mostly pay content, some free, very solid IDP, Keeper and redraft content.
Pro Football Focus
PFF provides both regular NFL analysis as well as Fantasy analysis. Lots of content, both redraft and dynasty/keeper articles, with some terrific writers and great insights. They offer an NFL stats package that is an outstanding resource if you like to do your own research. They also offer a separate fantasy subscription service that provides analysis and advice drawn heavily from their statistics.
Pro Football Talk (PFT)
A terrific place to get breaking news and opinion on recent NFL activity. Florio and crew are edgy and often unconventional.
Fantasy Football Rankings, News, Sleepers, Draft guides, etc. You name it, they publish it, 365 days a year.
Ryan puts a lot of work into analyzing IDP’s, and only IDP’s. Some really insightful and valuable analysis on the defensive side of things. If you are in an IDP league, this site should be required reading.
Football.com is a hub for information on both forms of football – American Football and, err, well, Soccer to us Yanks. The site looks terrific and is very well designed. It provides rankings and football analysis which touches on the NFL, NCAA and Fantasy.
A group of fantasy football diehards that focus on providing high quality content and strategies to help you win your league. Custom player rankings, Drag-n-Drop draft boards and Live chat Sundays.
In-depth coverage and analysis of stats, players, rankings and news throughout the fantasy industry. Exclusive articles, podcasts, predictions and rankings all year round.
Fantasy Football Calculator
An excellent resource for mock drafts and reviewing ADP data generated by those mock drafts. They also offer various tools to help you with your draft.
Provides in-depth player analysis and metrics. A great resource for scouting players, researching history and productivity. Also provides dynasty rankings. A RotoUnderworld production.
Dynasty Specific Sites
Yes there are other dynasty sites out there, and yes we link to them. It’s just how we roll.
A completely free dynasty site providing some quality dynasty articles, rankings and insight.
Dynasty Football Warehouse
Offering daily free and subscription dynasty content with rankings, ADP, a dynasty forum and more.
Under The Helmet
A mostly subscription site offering a youth oriented approach to building your dynasty roster.
Rookie & Draft Analysis Sites
Scott wright’s DraftCountdown.com is a site which should be on your list of essential resources, especially prior to the NFL draft each year. They provide top-notch analysis and objectivity when it comes to evaluating rookie talent and draft expectations.
Excellent, completely free NFL draft analysis site. Very intensely focused on the draft and free agent prospects. Good off-season content and analysis. Another great site for the dynasty coach.
Another really solid site with lots of great info on rookies, all with a fantasy slant.
Providing solid, in-depth NFL Rookie Draft analysis, this is one of the best free news sites you’ll find. Good evaluation of up and coming talent – a perfect tool for the serious dynasty league coach.
Fantasy Football Calculator
Quite likely the best mock drafting tool out there. Slick interface, very easy to use, always lost of mocks to join in on. Free version and paid version with more options.
Site Directory / Portal Sites
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Fantasy Football Hub
A directory of fantasy football websites listed by category. Lots of sites, easy navigation.
Fantasy News Network
The very best fantasy and NFL news feeds and articles from across the web, all brought together into one location. Also an interactive directory of fantasy and NFL websites.
Some Great Blogs
Matt Williamson / ESPN/Scouts Inc.
While not strictly a blog, Matt’s articles and insights are an excellent resource for anyone wanting to raise their fantasy football IQ.
Matt Waldman’s RSP
Matt Waldman’s annual Rookie Scouting Portfolio is a tremendous resource, usually released around the time of the NFL draft. For the remainder of the year, we can enjoy Matt’s insight on his blog. His analysis is reasoned, thorough and enlightening.
David has been writing in the fantasy industry for a very long time, for numerous media outlets. He brings an experienced and sometimes humorous insight to fantasy football, baseball, and a few other topics as well. You won’t regret a visit here.
The Pigskin Guy
The personal website & blog of former DLF writer Tom Casale.
The website & blog of former DLF writer Ken Clein.
Fantasy Football Librarian
The Librarian does a great job of collecting the best links to valuable articles, then sharing and discussing them.
Dynasty-Friendly League Commissioner Services
Reality Sports Online
RSO offers a truly unique dynasty league experience. It’s a realistic and engaging online general manager experience, simulating the front office operations of a professional sports franchise through a powerful and sophisticated platform.
This entirely free league hosting service has grown in popularity in recent years, with many users swearing it’s better than MFL. If offers customized league rules, live scoring, and extensive support for keeper & dynasty leagues. You can trade future draft picks up to three years in advance, select as many keepers as you’d like, and create trades with as many owners as you want in the league — a true dynasty GM experience. Not bad for a completely free service!
My Fantasy League
Probably the most established and frequently-used fantasy league service. Extremely customizable interface and league options. Flexible scoring and draft options. A very good value. Pretty much the go to-host for most dynasty leagues.
They offer both free and pay leagues. Nice interface, lots of customizable features. Both pay and free leagues offer live scoring, a great league smack/chat room, and other nice extras.
Dynasty Sports Empire
Are you looking to join a dynasty league? Look no further! DSE offers some of the most dynamic Dynasty Leagues on the planet. If you are looking to join a league comprised of other hard-core, dedicated coaches, then DSE should be your first stop. As they say, “We aim to put all other formats to shame. Join the fight today!”
Yes, this is not a dynasty host. And in full disclosure, yes we do have a partnership with FanDuel. But we would be linking to them regardless. Daily fantasy really is a perfect complement to the dynasty format. If you haven’t tried it yet, you really should. It’s blast, there’s no long term commitment, and you could just win some cash along the way. And if you open a new FanDuel account through DLF, not only will you get your initial deposit doubled, but you will also receive a free one year DLF premium subscription. So there’s that.
DLF Dynasty Podcast
Join DLF analysts Jarrett Behar, Karl Safchick and Eric Hardter as they cover the latest NFL news, respond to reader questions, and talk with some of the brightest minds in the fantasy football and NFL industry. It’s an hour or more of intense, dynasty focused discussion, without a bunch of BS.
The Football Today Podcast
ESPN’s football podcast may not be a fantasy specific show, but it’s still one of the best listens for pure football knowledge, player analysis and game breakdown. Matt Williamson (@WilliamsonNFL) and Robert Flores (@RoFloESPN) do an awesome job of recapping weekly games and analyzing the events of the NFL.
The Fantasy Feast: Eatin Podcast
Ross Tucker (@RossTuckerNFL) and Rotoworld’s Evan Silva (@EvanSilva) host an awesome show that is full of great discussion, fantasy insight and real world NFL experience offered up by one of the few ex-NFL players doing a fantasy football podcast. Wait.. make that the ONLY ex-NFL player hosting a fantasy football podcast!
The Faked Goods
The Faked Goods starring DLF escapee Chad Scott (@Chad_Scott13) and Rich Hribar (@LordReebs) is a dynasty podcast devoted to helping you find value and build a championship dynasty team. One of the best dynasty podcasts around, you need to add this to your auto-download list.
The Rummy & Ray Podcast
Rumford Johnny and Rotoworld’s Ray Summerlin bring a ton of experience and insight to their podcast. Redraft, dynasty, daily, they hit on a bit of everything. Give ‘em a listen, you won’t regret it.
The Xs & Ys Podcast
This show offers an unfiltered, often outrageous take on the NFL and fantasy football. The Fantasy Football Girl Liz Loza (@TheFFGirl) and John Evans (@JohnF_Evans) offer up a fun perspective on fantasy advice along with all those x’s and o’s.
The Dynasty Dudez
This is not a podcast, and it’s not even your typical video cast. The Dynasty Dudez (Nathan Powell and Russell Clay) bring you insightful fantasy football information in a laid back, comedic fashion. They are also lucky enough to welcome on some of the best fantasy football minds in the industry, covering a vast range of topics.
Mind of Mansion host Matt Kelley provides fantasy football analysis from a sports analytics perspective. The show also addresses the socio-economic issues prevalent in and around football.
Under The Hemlet
Chad Parsons and Doug Veatch discuss player value and dynasty roster construction from an aggressively youth oriented perspective.
Hosted by Cecil Lammey and Sigmund Bloom, two of the smartest fantasy guys you’ll find. Both The Audible and On The Couch are intelligent, informative podcasts which, though primarily redraft oriented, are still among the best fantasy football podcasts around.
Join DraftCountdown.com’s Scott Wright and Shane P. Hallam as they offer excellent pre and post NFL Draft coverage! With expert analysis and discussion of this year’s top prospects as well as rankings, mock drafts, interviews, interaction. It’s a very valuable resource for any dynasty league fan.
CBS Fantasy Football Podcast
Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard strike an excellent balance between entertaining and informing. Both guys have been at this for along time, they know their stuff, their show is polished and professional.
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