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Ok. I've played ESPN, YAHOO, and AOL. Haven't tried Sportsline or SI.
Has anyone else?
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I use sportsline for all my leagues (2 each of football, baseball and basketball) and love it. I can't compare it to others because I haven't used others. Lots of people like to rip on Sportsline but I think they're great. Customer service is slow and not overly helpful but we rarely need anything from them so it doesn't really matter.
I use Yahoo, Fanball and Antsports. They are all pretty cool. Fanball was okay and I got dominated in Antsports (didn't look at scoring, etc before playing!!!). I'm giving Antsports another try this year.
i've used yahoo several times. it's easy to use and setup. commish can set scoring rules, edit rosters when needed, etc.
my recommendation if you want fun, don't join a league with more than 12 teams. the talent is too thin and even getting players off waivers can be a pain in the butt as everyone is waiting to poach the next breakthrough guy.
10 team leagues with small benches are generally the best. the small benches discourage hoarding players, and you won't have trouble finding a #1 RB in a 10 team league. the #2 might be a bit trickier but that's what the waiver wire is for right?
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