Everybody remember how sad you were when the NFL lockout was announced? I was bummed.
Granted, we all figured a new collective bargaining agreement would eventually be reached. However, during that 136 days, every HTC EVO-touting NFL fan probably feared the worst for their favorite football league.
The lockout is now over and the NFL only missed one game (still bitter about that; my Rams were scheduled to play).
Now it's time to get our fantasy football leagues coordinated. There are many fantasy football apps already popping up on the Android Market (and more are sure to come).
But yesterday, NFL.com released its official fantasy football app, which unfortunately looks to be a few graphical updates short of a final product. Even so, NFL.com Fantasy Football 2011 will suffice and allow fantasy football fans to keep track of all their fantasy teams (with multiple league support).
You can check live fantasy scoring, add or drop players, sit or start players, propose and accept trades, and read up-to-the-minute news.