chipperjones wrote:can anyone explain just exactly why is yahoo so much better than espn. i've had no bad experiences with espn, but if you yahoo guys could point out the advantages to yahoo, then i'd be willing to think about changing my vote (which btw still currently stands on moving to espn).
I'm beating a dead horse with this because we're clearly going to ESPN and I'm ok with it but
here are some of the advantages to going with yahoo
5 games at a position instead of 10 to gain eligibility
and its formatted better
clicking on a player doesn't just tell you hits stats for the last 7 days 15 days or year but also history against current opponent, games played by pos, and splits
searching the waiver wire is much much easier with Yahoo getting espn to run a search is a pain the A##
researching trade possibilities is easier, with just a couple of clicks I can research trades by team or by position
I can include my team when searching the waiver wire, so as I scroll through the available players my players are there too for instant comparison.
the last few times i played ESPN I would copy and paste my players at Yahoo so I could get a more detailed look at how there doing, who they're going against etc...