What do our customers say?
Since we at Apex Fantasy Football Money Leagues care first and foremost about our customers and their preferences, take a look at what one of our customers from 2013 said about his experience on Apex:
“Apex leagues address one of the key areas of fantasy football (un)fairness – putting together rosters that score plenty of points yet wind up with 8-7 or 9-6 records. How many seasons have you had the ‘best team’ in scoring overall and wound up with a poor seed or out of the second season due to your weekly H2H opponent going off and having their season’s best week against your team (rinse and repeat)?
The solution can be found in Apex leagues, where you play a random opponent in one match-up and the average in another. Do better than half the league and you’re 1-0, beat your league-mate and that’s a 2-0 week. If their guys have career days and you have a good week, you’re 1-1 and find yourself where you’d expect in the standings.
If you think that your skills should result in a run in the playoffs every year, this is the type of season-long league to play in with the least amount of luck (Note: The ball is oblong, so not all luck is eliminated, YMMV).
Some other highlights of Apex leagues include:
- The FAAB blind bidding process allows one day after standard league waivers, taking some of the rush – and allowing for deeper analysis and understanding of player statuses. No need to rush and another day of mid-week practice reports are an excellent idea.
- The use of MFL for site management is excellent.
- Support – Email (and even Twitter DM) contact is standard; have a question or think someone is tanking or trying to dump players into the league. Send a note, hear back in a day from a team trying to solve the problem for you. Sort of the anti-“Customer Support” one may be used to elsewhere in life. Excellent league management.
- Quality of opponents – The majority of the league I was in seemed to take it quite seriously and that’s all you can ask at the end of the day – besides the final best Apex bit:
- Payouts – As read on the site, the payouts are excellent.
How long until the next draft?“
In case you still need some convincing as to whether Apex Fantasy Leagues are for you, take a look at our other customer reviews:
Be sure to check out @ApexFFML's great leagues. They really have honed down the settings to take as much luck out as possible.— Chet (@Chet_G_NFL) August 3, 2014
Had a great time playing in the @ApexFFML writers league this year. You guys should check them out for 2016. Great concept.— JJ Zachariason (@LateRoundQB) December 29, 2015
Prompt payment for fantasy winnings from @ApexFFML. Easily the best commercial fantasy football leagues. Low rake and the best support.— Seth (@Settthhhhhh) January 1, 2017
No fantasy platform rewards skill like @ApexFFML. Check out the site and I think you'd agree. $____$— C.D. Carter (@CDCarter13) August 19, 2015
Super excited to do this @ApexFFML money league.— Davis Mattek (@DavisMattek) July 28, 2014
The only redraft leagues I’m in now> @ApexFFML. Unique format, big payouts. Get on the next level.— Rummy (@RumfordJohnny) August 20, 2015
Just advanced to the Super Bowl in my 1st year of @ApexFFML I had blast on the site. Get your pen ready to write a big victory check soon😀— tirty8 (@tirty8) December 20, 2016
Just when I thought I was done drafting season-long teams — just signed up for my first @ApexFFML league to get one more in— Jim McCormick (@_JimmyMcCormick) September 10, 2015
After thinking I tanked the @ApexFFML draft with all the fellas it ended up being one of my better teams. Things change fast around here…— Dennis M. Esser (@coachesser) October 27, 2015
@ApexFFML thanks a million, love the format and the service! signing up soon and putting it out to others I know looking for leagues— Derrick (@infoluva) August 6, 2013
Got my payout check from @ApexFFML today. 1st place money is the best.— Brian (@FFBrian24) January 7, 2014
I'm definitely joining at least 1 @ApexFFML league this year. I don't like the idea of ladder contests.— Allen Bassett (@Allen_Bassett) July 18, 2014