Oshkosh, WI, July 07, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- FantasyFootballNerd.com today announced the consumer launch of FantasyFootballNerd.com, a comparison fantasy football website that helps users make informed decisions about draft and sit/start choices. It is the first meta-search engine for the estimated 18 million adults who participate in fantasy sports each year.
As a fantasy football aggregator and a technology company, FantasyFootballNerd.com does not sell a product, but instead offers a comprehensive search engine that scours nearly 20 online fantasy football sites, providing cumulative rankings on more than 1,000 active NFL players. FantasyFootballNerd.com's search technology is designed to be easy to use for both the novice fan as well as the fantasy football guru, saving both groups time by making player comparisons easier than ever.
"FantasyFootballNerd.com will become the savvy fans most useful resource for making informed decisions during their fantasy season," said J. Joseph Dyken, creator behind the Nerd. "We created the site to meet the needs of today's fans who are frustrated by having to search multiple sites to make the right choices. With just one click, visitors to FantasyFootballNerd.com will be able to see player comparisons in real-time from nearly 20 leading football sites."
To help further make fantasy decisions easy, FantasyFootballNerd.com aggregates fantasy football news from other respected sources like Yahoo!, NFL.com, ESPN.com, FOX Sports, CBS, and more. In addition, the site allows users to create player watch lists to enhance the Sit/Start advice feature.
"Think of FantasyFootballNerd.com as the 'Amazon' of fantasy football. FantasyFootballNerd.com finds the most options in the least amount of time. We put the power of collective intelligence in the consumer's hands," said Dyken.
Fantasy Football Nerd will continue to add features and functionality, such as proprietary content and personalization components, including member pages, among other enhancements and partnerships. FantasyFootballNerd.com is free to consumers.