Sportsline is complicated and aggervating to use. I prefer Yahoo by far.
I agree yahoo is better, but I dont think cbs is that complicated. they give you free live stat updates.....yahoo doesnt, you have to pay
BravesGuy, what are you talking about SportsLine providing free live stat updates? You have to pay to use SportsLine. The free Yahoo service doesn't provide stat tracker but you can add it per team, or your league can pay for the Plus league option and get Stat Tracker for everyone. It's roughly the same price as SportsLine. Personally, I like Stat Tracker loads better than SportsLine's scoreboard.
We moved from Yahoo to SportsLine this year and were very unhappy with the move. I completely agree with Kentx. It takes several more 'clicks' to get anything done on SportsLine. We are moving back to Yahoo next season.
"The game has a cleanness. If you do a good job, the numbers say so. You don't have to ask anyone or play politics. You don't have to wait for the reviews." - Sandy Koufax
Easy to use, free, Stattracker is cheap (and works for up to 4 leagues at a one time price of $9.95). No complaints from me.
Yes doctor, I am sick. Sick of those who are spineless. Sick of those who feel self-entitled. Sick of those who are hypocrites. Yes doctor, an army is forming. Yes doctor, there will be a war. Yes doctor, there will be blood.....
I'm playing fantasy football for the first time, andit's an ESPN league. Everyone in our league is unhappy with it and it's virtually unanimous that we go to Yahoo next year.
I have never played any fantasy baseball except on Yahoo, and based on my football experience, I don't see changing. It's free and if someone chooses to buy the StatTracker, it's certainly cheap enough, especially if you have more than one team.
raiders_umpire wrote:i despise CBS sportsline,,, played a league in it this year,,, and will never ever play another league that is using sportsline... just a terrible site that is completely confusing to me.....
Why dont you tell us how you really feel..
There will come a day when Barry Bonds leaves baseball, and everything about the game will be the better for it.