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Predictor is software for your PC that is used on draft day. It tracks
draft picks in a way that lets you see the draft from a perspective that
others cannot. While beginners can use the program to "tell them who to
draft", demanding enthusiasts will find that it is a powerful assistant that
allows them to consider many more variables than possible with pen and paper.
The feature that sets this program apart is that it constantly forecasts which
players will be available for your next two picks.
|Draft Planner is an on-line cheat sheet generator. It is capable of generating three different types of cheat sheets. The rankings-based approach combines rankings with 3 year statistical averages; the projections-based approach uses forecasted output for the coming season, and the ADP-based approach uses average draft position information from actual drafts occurring across the Internet. The rankings and projections-based approaches offer the advanced capability of taking your league scoring system into account. Although you can use Draft Planner to print out cheat sheets, its primary purpose is to provide Draft Predictor with up-to-date player values. Learn more...|
|Draft Trade Calculator|
|Uses ADP data to tell you who gets more value in trades involving draft picks and players|
|Draft Order Generator|
|An official way to create a random draft order and have it emailed to all owners.|
|A unique look into the NFL game books to discover which players have the best chance to score fantasy points.|
|Fantasy Points Allowed|
|Find out which positions defenses are giving up the most fantasy points to in your league.|
|Fantasy Points Scored|
|View the fantasy points scored by each player under each of your league scoring systems.|
|Which players score not only the most points, but do so on a consistent basis?|
|Customized to your scoring system and ready to help you make lineup/roster decisions.|
|Average Player Rankings|
|Great for draft preparation and lineup decisions. The player rankings also feed the PAVT approach for creating a cheat sheet.|
|Average Draft Position (ADP)|
|ADP data is critical to make sure you are not overpaying for draft picks and it is a wonderful approach for beginners in need of a simple cheat sheet.|
|Strength of Schedule|
|Compare the level of difficulty for players in a side-by-side, color-coded chart.|