2nd rankedGathering feedback · 223 comments · Fantasy Football » Other · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Adam Kraus supported this idea ·Adam Kraus commented
I want to start by saying I have been playing Yahoo Fantasy Football since 2003. I have also played in several other leagues on competitors sites (ESPN, NFL, CBS, Reality Sports Online) and I consider Yahoo FAR SUPERIOR to all other formats I've played on in terms on user interface, player information, weekly/future stat projections, and mobile app to name a few. There are always a few gripes and quirks here and there, but the overall experience on Yahoo is fantastic in my opinion.
To echo some of the comments here, I would LOVE if Yahoo was able to implement a dynasty salary cap league similar to what RealitySportsOnline.com (RSO) offers. I have been competing in a league on RSO for a few years now and it is the most compelling type of league setup that's I've experienced for serious and engaged managers. For all the positives for Yahoo mentioned above, re-draft or keeper leagues don't come close to the intrigue provided in managing salary caps and free agents 4 years in advance in the game model on RSO.
Users understand RSO is a premium fantasy football product, and they pay fees to use the product accordingly. Though RSO does provide a great gameplay experience from a strategy perspective, unfortunately their user interface, player updates/information, weekly projections, mobile app, and pretty much everything else pales in comparison to what Yahoo offers. I'm sure users would have no issue paying a premium for a similar product offering from Yahoo. I know my RSO league-mates would love to move our operations to Yahoo should a similar game become available, even at a premium cost.