curious to know how people rate the different league services. i've been using cbs--and actually had a great experience last year, but this year has been awful. bad updates, misinformation, inaccurate stats, and just basic unaccountability. i have had to double check all my stats at the end of every week--and even so, am still waiting on some corrections to be made from a couple weeks ago.
espn was not good either--but i last used that 3 years ago, so times may have changed. never used yahoo, don't know what else is out there....
I've used Yahoo, Sandbox, and CBS. Sandbox was probably the funnest though not the most configurable. Oh well they had the best scoring system anyways with their combination of head-to-head and points only, which for Yahoo users is only configurable that way (H2H+points only) in football. Yahoo overall is pretty good. It's free, it's quite reliable, it's good good features though they're starting to cut back. CBS is a waste of time. You have to pay for it and it's not even as good as Yahoo.
[quote:4fef447375="Geek"]The odds of the AL MVP coming from the American League are looking pretty good.[/quote]
I like Yahoo! I've used Sandbox before too, but for some reason I allways finished last place, because I never got around to checking on that team. And they kept taking off points, if players ground into double plays or if a pitcher threw a wild pitch or walked a batter. It was just stupid! I'm having a fun season on Yahoo.