Now for football, basketball, hockey, and baseball! Is your fantasy team in "go for it now" mode, or is it time to trade your stars for keepers? This app tells you if you're ready to take home the fantasy championship.
The Fantasy Playoffs Predictor's unique algorithms determine your team's odds of making the playoffs, winning the division, and taking home the title. It'll also tell you the magic number you need to clinch a playoff spot and the strength of schedule for your remaining opponents. These statistics can help you decide if your roster will carry you to the postseason or if you'll need to take a chance on some sleepers to move up in the standings.
Try the free demo version at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.quadddd.fantasyplayoffsdemo .
This app is for use with ESPN Fantasy Baseball, ESPN Fantasy Basketball, ESPN Fantasy Football, and ESPN Fantasy Hockey head-to-head leagues that use a Points, Each Category, or Total Categories scoring system. It supports public, prize-eligible, and private (standard or custom) leagues that are visible to the public. No login required!
This app supports fantasy sports in 2013 and beyond - there is no need to buy a new version of the app every year!
In the event that you are in a head-to-head league without a postseason, the app will predict the likelihood of each team finishing first in its division.
This app requires an Internet connection. It will connect to your league provider to retrieve league-relevant stats. Most league updates will require less than a half megabyte download. No personal information not relevant to your fantasy league is retrieved or sent. In the event of an error, we may retrieve your league ID to see if we can reproduce the error.
The probabilities shown in this app are predictions made based on past results in a fantasy league, do not guarantee outcomes, and are for informational purposes only. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Predictions may vary.
The developer of this app is not associated with ESPN, Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Basketball Association (NBA), the National Football League (NFL), or the National Hockey League (NHL).