Are you ready for some football? I know I am even though my beloved Steelers let me down big time with that Super Bowl loss last year. Now that the season has started (thank goodness the lockout ended in time), fantasy leagues are in full swing as well. With a fantasy league you have to be ready to make/accept trades, change your starting lineup last minute and nab free agents at the drop of a hat. Unfortunately, there isn't much love for us BlackBerry users when it comes to actual applications so it's web launchers this go round for us.
If you have a Yahoo league like those of us in the CBFanatics League, this year you will again have to use the web launcher that Adam showed us last season. With Yahoo! Fantasy Football, you can view live scoring, team matchups, player stats & any current player news.
For those of you with CBS Sports Leagues, you can access your teams via CBS Sports Mobile. Again, it's only a web launcher but it works if you're in a pinch and need to update your team, check out the scores & any player updates.
And finally, for those of you like me with an ESPN league, you can access all your ESPN Fantasy Football teams via their mobile page and get scores, player updates & stats. Those who are on Verizon can also get the ESPN MVP app to manage their teams.
If any of our readers out there know of more launchers or perhaps actual applications that will help out us football fanatics, please feel free to share in the comments section below. Good luck to all of you out there in your fantasy leagues!
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