Pablo975 wrote:I've found that I prefer Yahoo's trade setup better than ESPN. Yahoo gives you the option of previewing the trade before you finalize the offer, which I like. It's easy on the eye.
Also, when selecting players you're trading away, it's drop down boxes, whereas you select the players you're trading FOR by using click boxes (or whatever the tech term is for those). I like the click boxes and they should be on both sides IMO.
Other than that, ESPN rules.
On ESPN you can view both teams' whole rosters when you are selecting players though, which I really like. But your right about the boxes thing.
I did a draft on ESPN last night for the first time and the draft itself was a lot better. Liked to be able to change rankings just by dragging players up or down and to sort player stats from last year. Also, typing a players name to search for them instead of just looking for them in the rankings and that it doesnt take 10 - 15 seconds to select for owners that aren't there every pick.
I do kind of like how Yahoos league page is much more straightforward however. Really don't mind using either.