HUT HUT HIKE! 5 apps to help achieve Fantasy Football success

The NFL is currently playing preseason games with the regular season set to begin on September 4th when the Green Bay Packers go head-to-head with last year’s Super Bowl champions, the Seattle Seahawks. Here are some mobile apps to help you build a winning fantasy football team and gather exclusive content surrounding the nation’s biggest sport.
NFL Now gives you personalized access to the largest digital library of NFL content available anywhere including news, analysis and highlights, plus NFL Films archives all on your favorite devices. Some premium content requires a paid subscription.
Sync your account to your NFL Now app and you can access your Fantasy Football team and other personalized content.
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Available on many platforms and devices including:

1st & 5 app
1st&5 app1st&5 is a Fantasy Football app from Pyrium LLC. of Chandler, AZ. The app combines a sleek UI with a wealth of information, innovative features, and a user-centric approach to give fantasy football owners their most immersive experience to-date. Completely customizable user rankings: Make 1st & 5’s rankings your own by simply dragging and dropping players, adding your own notes about any player, customizing fantasy scoring settings to fit your league, and having the ability to designate players as keepers.
The app is free
Available in multiple platforms and devices:

NFL Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet
nfl fantasy cheat sheet logoThe official app provides a cheat sheet rife with information to help you dominate your league. The app is designed to be a companion piece, showcasing up-to-the-minute player news, the ability to track your favorite players, and the option to manage multiple drafts the app helps you gain a significant advantage regardless of which league you intend to utilize.
The app costs $4.99
Available on multiple platforms and devices including:

ESPN Fantasy Football
football-3-3The ESPN Fantasy Football app not only functions as a primary fantasy league provider, but also provides expert analysis, player updates, and point projections. The app allows you to customize your smartphone’s notifications for injuries, player subs, and scoring updates, while additionally offering live scoring. Moreover, ESPN’s long list of fantasy analysts provide videos, tweets, and various news stories to compliment the stats.
The app is free
Available on multiple platforms including:

FantasyAlarm Fantasy Football
football-2For fantasy football managers who can’t stop tinkering with their player lineups before Sunday’s kickoff, Fantasy Alarm is the app for you. The app’s up-to-the-second lineup changes, league rumors, and other breaking news continually keep you in the know regarding your fantasy rosters each week. It even provides real-time alerts whenever a player on your roster appears on the official active-inactive list released an hour prior to each game. Bye-week notifications also come standard.
The app is free
Available on multiple platforms and devices including:

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