Is ESPN Plus Worth It For Fantasy Football? Here’s Why It’s AWESOME

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Fantasy football season is upon us, meaning we’re all overthinking which players we want to snag in the first-round, trying to figure out the perfect team name and, of course, already talking some smack with everyone in our league to get the good times going. While we all try to win our league title, it’s not something that happens without doing a little work — which is why ESPN+ is here to give you all the tools you need to be crowned league champ.

ESPN+ offers some powerful fantasy football tools for the 2019 season. What, you think you just win a league because you selected Pat Mahomes in the first-round and just fill in your roster with a bunch of mediocre players? C’mon, man, you’ve got to go deep to get that ‘ship!


That’s where ESPN+ comes in, as the streaming network goes deep to give you everything you could ever want in preparation of fantasy football season. Whether that’s in-depth analysis from experts like Matthew Berry on The Fantasy Football Show — which airs weekly,  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday — to exclusive fantasy football content and tools to give you updates and information on which players are expected to perform the best each week, ESPN+ is your go-to spot this fantasy football season.

With an annual subscription to ESPN+ being just $49.99, you won’t feel bad about binge-watching fantasy football advice all season long. Plus, just take a look at the exclusive tools that ESPN+ subscribers playing on the ESPN fantasy platform get:

  • Lineup Recommendation: Projects best lineup based on league settings
  • Free Agency Recommendation: Identify most logical free agent pickups
  • Auction Value Generator: Custom value chart based on your league settings
  • Exclusive Premium Editorial: Daily articles with in-depth analysis from ESPN fantasy experts Mike Clay, Eric Karabell, Tristan Cockroft, and DraftKings Millionaire Maker winner Al Zeidenfeld

So, yeah, whether you’re wondering where you should draft certain guys during your fantasy football draft, looking for the best fantasy football players to start each week, or which fantasy football sleepers could have a breakout season, ESPN+ has you covered.


You’ve got to go deep in order to win your fantasy football league, so don’t be the one person in your league who lacks the tools and advice to be crowned champion. With ESPN+, you’ll have so much information at your fingertips that it’ll feel like you’re cheating — but, don’t worry, your secret’s safe with us.

Speaking of cheating, ESPN+ also has its “Cheat Sheet”, which literally spells out everything a fantasy football player needs to win his or her draft, his or her weekly matchup, and his or her league title. The cheat sheet gives things like the below.

  • Eric Karabell’s “Do Not Draft” and “Do Draft” lists
  • Field Yates’ second-year breakout players
  • Mike Clay’s 2019 comps to 2018 breakouts
  • Matt Bowen’s rookie running back rankings

It’s safe to say ESPN+ does all the dirty work for your fantasy football league, so you can rest easy knowing you’ve got the knowledge before drafting or setting your roster.


If you’re a sports fan, ESPN+ is the one-stop shop to consume all sorts of your favorite content. From the entire catalogue of 30 for 30s, live events or original series’ like SneakerCenter or Peyton’s Places, among others, every single sports fan should include the streaming service into their monthly budget.

Remember, a yearly plan on ESPN+ is only $49.99, so now’s the time to get yours so you never miss the best fantasy football advice and top-notch sports content out there.


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Nick's a Sr. Editor for BroBible, mainly relying on his Sports Encyclopedia-like mind to write about things. He's also the co-host of the BroBible podcast "We Run This," and can be seen sweating his ass off while frequently running 10+ miles around Seattle.