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Questions relating to the draft genius
How does the Draft Genius work?
The Draft Genius is one of our most popular and powerful tools that is designed to help you during your next draft. It is easy to use for a newbie and feature rich so a 10+ year fantasy veteran will get great value out of it. The Genius serves five primary goals. To make drafting easier and less stressful, no matter your skill level. Projecting performance of your team easy and straightforward during the draft. Easily let you compare your team against the rest of the league using our
What websites do you support?
We support ESPN, Yahoo, CBSSports, and NFL.com. However, due to ESPN's recent redesign we are currently making fixes so the draft genius works properly again. Feel free to reach out to get an update. We do have plans to add more websites in the future.
Dynasty & Keeper Support
We do not automatically grab players in dynasty leagues as of this writing and are currently working on implementing this in 2019. Feel free to reach out to learn more or let us know you want dynasty support. Keepers are also being worked on, but the draft genius can be used by ignoring players that are kept. Draft Genius How to ignore players from draft
Are NFL Individual Defensive Players (IDP) leagues supported?
Currently, we do not support individual defensive positions, but have it on our list of features to add.
What scoring settings are supported?
For the NFL, we have full support for standard scoring rules as well as Point per reception, Point per rush, and point per completion. For the NBA, NHL, and MLB, we have full support for both Head 2 Head points leagues (standard scoring) and rotisserie leagues. We will automatically grab your custom category settings for roto based leagues. Unless your league is highly customized, then our standard scoring settings will apply to any league.
Auction League Support
Currently we do not support auction drafts, however, we do plan to add support in the future. If you want auction league support, let us know. If all goes well, 2019 could have auction support for NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB.