Who couldn’t use an extra set of eyes or hands to help them set their Fantasy Football lineups each week during the season?
And that’s just if you’re in one league. Most people these days are in more than one league, which means they have to do double the duty when tracking down which players to bench or which ones to move into their starting lineups.
Luckily, there are plenty of websites, apps and tools out there that will not only help you figure out which players have the better matchups this week, so you can set your lineup right. But they also double as great tools to help you figure out who you should pick up each week, and who you should drop.
Top 7 Fantasy Football Lineups Tools
Before we discuss some of the best free Fantasy Football apps and tools, I wanted to mention my all-time favorite tool that will help your Fantasy Football teams more than anything else.
The Best: My Playbook
Set it up on your computer or on your mobile devices, and then synch it with all of your Fantasy Football leagues, whether they are on CBS, ESPN, Yahoo!, MyFantasyLeague or something else.
This app uses the FantasyPros Expert Consensus Rankings to build a set of weekly rankings to help you understand which players a large group of experts would start, compared to other players at their position. It’ll even help you figure out which players to use at your flex spot.
It has a ton of other features, too, including a trade analyzer and a trade finder, which helps you find players on your team at positions of strength to trade with players on another team, where they might be strong, too.
Finally, it will help with your waiver wire decisions, too, as they go through all of your leagues to determine the best available players you should choose when waivers run each week.
I’ve tracked down several great Fantasy tools, and below are a number of my favorite Fantasy Football lineup tools from that list.