In June 2018, we launched our Browser Extension Draft Assistant on Chrome for ESPN leagues. Our Browser extension is now also supported on Edge and FireFox. The Browser Extension is required to use the Draft Assistant with an ESPN league but it is optional with Yahoo, Sleeper and NFL.com leagues. Our Browser Extension Draft Assistant is the latest, easiest way to dominate your draft!
For the 2019 season, we’ve improved the feature-set and expanded the FantasyPros Browser Extension to work with more league hosts. You can also test it out with the Yahoo, ESPN, or Sleeper Mock Draft Assistant.
- You can now view a streamlined version of the Draft Assistant inside your league host’s draft room. This lets you view the top suggested players, your cheat sheet, and pick predictor odds without leaving your league host's draft room.
- These features work with both snake and salary cap drafts.
Co-Pilot (only available for ESPN)
- Co-Pilot is an extremely powerful feature that will auto-draft our top suggested player for you when you’re on the clock.
- Co-Pilot will auto-draft a player when there are 10 seconds left on the pick clock.
- You can let Co-Pilot pick for you, or turn it on as a backup so you never get stuck with the dreaded league host auto-pick.
Draft Buttons (only available for ESPN, Yahoo, and Sleeper)
When the FantasyPros Browser Extension is installed, you’ll see ‘Draft’ buttons in the Draft Assistant (similar to what you’d see in our Draft Simulator). These buttons allow you to draft players without leaving the Draft Assistant.
- You can also draft directly from the Browser Extension itself when it is your turn to pick.
If you're an ESPN user, you can find further instructions for how to set up your league in Draft Wizard® here.