MFL would do all that except the individual offensive linemen (there is a team OL, not aware of other services that even have that) and LBs are just that (again, not sure of other services that would separate LBs, it's hard enough between DE and LB these days). DE and DT are separate as are CB and S if you want them to be. Some of the contract stuff might require manual work but it can at least track it unlike most services. I'm in a very similar 16 team salary cap/contract league.Kamron07 wrote:I currently play on a site that really is the only true dynasty fantasy site I've ever found. 53 man rosters,(individual offensive lineman scoring, inside and outside linebacker designations) 10 man practice squads, restricted free agency, salary cap, contract cap, 7 round annual rookie drafts, performance salary multiplier,franchise tags, really anything you can think of that a real lif GM would have to do. Efsports.com. The problem is the site is probably going to go down if not this year then soon after, me and my league mates are really hard pressed to find anything even relatively close (no mfl isn't close at all) and since our league has been active since 1993 we really don't want to give up on it. So if anyone knows a site that is anything like this could you please point us in the right direction? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
You say MFL isn't close, but nothing else would even come near it. MFL is probably your best bet. Only other site I could think of would be Fleflicker and maybe Fantrax, but neither have the feature set of MFL overall, but perhaps they would have some of the more unique things. Never heard of Efsports, probably a really small custom made site would be my guess. I was curious and looked into it, yea, looks like a pretty old custom made site, seems more like a "contest" type of league where I can't start my own league but need to join one that's already there (based on the documentation posted anyway). Nothing wrong with that but it's more limited by their system vs. setting things up how you like. But then if you like the system as is.
Honestly, MFL should get you most of the way there. I can't see how anything else would get you even that far. But check the couple other sites I posted and perhaps you'll get some other replies with ideas. Certainly nothing like ESPN, NFL.com, CBS or Yahoo would be an option for you.