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Postby BALCO All-Stars » Mon Jul 02, 2007 8:43 pm

We normally run our two bigger leagues on sportsline because we like how we can setup divisions, and then we run our smaller league on yahoo cuz it's free. We are getting tired of sportsline since it costs a lot ($120+ or something like that)...does anyone know of some cheaper (or free) websites that let you setup divisions like sportsline? I read in a forum here about a website called http://www.myfantasyleague.com that looks like it has everything under the sun (and is cheaper then sportsline)...any thoughts on this one? How about any other sites?
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Postby dream_017 » Tue Jul 03, 2007 9:16 am

My answer is in here, with more detail

There are many threads in this section that talk about sites to run leagues, there is only one answer in my book -- AOL ;-D
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Postby BALCO All-Stars » Tue Jul 03, 2007 9:23 am

Thanks man...this morning I noticed the 60 some posts in a thread about this same topic...so I read that one and have been messing around with AOL...on the surface, it does everything sportsline does that we like (mainly divisions) and it's FREE...
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Postby dream_017 » Tue Jul 03, 2007 10:17 am

BALCO All-Stars wrote:Thanks man...this morning I noticed the 60 some posts in a thread about this same topic...so I read that one and have been messing around with AOL...on the surface, it does everything sportsline does that we like (mainly divisions) and it's FREE...

For my money :-b It's the best available ;-D
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Re: League Websites

Postby FunWithTP » Wed Jul 11, 2007 1:51 am

this thread got me more interested in checking into some of the free league manager sites that i am not too familiar with. i barely got into a few of them and found huge restrictions right away.

fantasysports.aol.com: no major issues immediately noticeable

football.fantasysports.yahoo.com: no free live scoring. am i wrong, or does it still only allow 1 big division?

foxsports.com/fantasy: only allows 2 divisions. period... no matter how many teams

games.espn.go.com/frontpage/football: decimal scoring is only to one decimal point. those of you who use decimal scoring, know that this is not good at all for QB scoring

fleaflicker.com: no major issues immediately noticable

fantasy.easports.com: couldnt find immediately if easports offers live scoring in any manner. has a very limited selection for defensive scoring.

im a fan of making team D actually worth something, other than just upping the points against category or yards allowed categories. most leagues do not offer many D options, AOL by far has the most.

if there are any other free league manager sites that i have missed let me know and i will give my initial opinion.
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