Things have been a little slow-going in terms of our development, since we are, as usual, trying to do a little too much at once and all hell breaks loose quickly this time of the year.
At some point, I’ll learn to get all this stuff out of the way before August 1st, but I definitely work best under pressure, so call it a mental condition. I planned on having all our major upgrades done about 2 weeks ago, but as anyone in the tech field (or any field) knows, developmental things tend to get delayed. If you’re looking for updates on anything else, always check our Site Help page, which is where I’m posting updates.
The bottom line this year is there is no doubt in my mind that our customers are going to be blown away by all the changes we’re making.
The new FantasyGuru.com Subscriber Homepage is a lot cleaner, features less scrolling down the page, and has our various types of content organized better than ever.
I’ll get into them as they’re rolled out, and I’ll post updates here to the blog. First up, is our new Subscriber Homepage. I’ve been trying for a long, long time to come […]
I am fired up today because we just reached an agreement with a company to produce for us an excel-based Auction Draft tool that I think will be totally bad ass. We will have more details to come, and this will take probably 2-3 weeks to complete, but here’s the basics of this new tool that will, of course, be free for subscribers.
Before your draft, you will enter all the basic info for your league (scoring system, number of players in your league, number of players at each position, etc.).
At the start of the draft, the tool will have an estimated “highest bid” for each player. In addition to using our projections as the baseline for dollar values, we’ll actually be incorporating Mike Horn’s 2013 Price Tiers for the various positions into this tool, so it will have 2013-specific auction intelligience built into the tool.
As people get drafted, you enter the bid amount and the team they went to.
The tool would then do real-time update values for players (based on our projections), adjusting for factors like: owners over or under-bidding for players (adjusts value of other guys left), whether people have filled their slots for starters and likely reserves, and […]
While there are plenty of situations around the NFL that are crystal clear, I do feel there are also a lot of them this year that are fluid and won’t sort themselves out until we’re well into training camps and the exhibition season – so August could be a pretty chaotic month in the fantasy world.
There are always questions that need to be asked as we head into each preseason, but this year many of these key questions have significant fantasy implications.
I probably have about 40 questions that I’d like to see answered – and we’ll obviously be all over them this summer. But for the purposes of this post here’s the top-10 on my mind:
Will Robert Griffin III be back?
He said as the team wrapped up their off-season that he’s ahead of schedule with his recovery from ACL and LCL surgeries, and that he’s had no setbacks and is confident he’ll be ready to participate when training camp opens. He’s been through this process before, so he should know what it’s like. If he’s back to his old self, then the team will continue to use plenty of zone-read plays, which means his upside is still high. His completion […]