Widgets are tools that can be placed on blogs, MySpace pages, Facebook applications, personal homepages or downloaded to a desktop. Directions on how to get the widgets are found below.
Each Tuesday during the season, thousands of NFL games are simulated which produce individual player stats and an average score and winning percentage for each team.
Included in this widget are projections for each upcoming matchup, power rankings and the top 32 fantasy football performers at each position. Fantasy points are based on the FOXSports.com default scoring system. The power rankings simulate every team against every other team 100 times and order by winning percentage from those games.
For a comprehensive list of projected stats for all players, click at the top of this widget.
Each Monday during the season, thousands of Division I/FBS games are simulated which produce an average score and winning percentage for each team.
Included in this widget are projections for all upcoming matchups broken down by conference as well as the top 32 from our weekly power rankings. The power rankings simulate all 120 teams against every other team 100 times and order by winning percentage from those games.
For a complete ranking of all teams, click at the top of this widget.
Choose any two teams in MLB, NBA, NHL, NFL, CBB or CFB history and pit them against one another.
Replay a historic game or even create your own fantasy match-ups.
Each game includes play-by-play and a detailed boxscore.
To grab the code for your web page, click the "+" sign.
Customize an all-star lineup by selecting favorite MLB, NBA, NHL, NFL, CBB, and CFB players throughout history to compose a team.
Dream teams can compete in historical match-ups or engage in play against the dream teams of other users.
To put this on a blog or personal homepage, click the "+" sign.
MLB Power Rankings
Each Monday during the baseball season, we simulate every MLB team against every other team 100 times and rank teams by winning percentage.
Included in this widget are each teamís change in rank from last week, its winning percentage and its runs scored and allowed per game in the simulations.
To read the full article, click the widget's header. To put this on a blog, personal homepage or fansí site, click the "+" sign.
Our Featured Content RSS feed is available to all and will notify subscribers anytime we publish new content.
Game-specific RSS feeds are available to any user competing in a SimLeague of that sport.
SimLeagues allow users to build and manage teams of their all-time favorite players from throughout a sport’s history as they compete against other users.
RSS feeds are alerts that can be subscribed to and added to just about any personal page or newsreader. These feeds will automatically update after each game is played to link to a list of the most recently played games for that sport. Additionally, each sport where a user has an active team will have a link to that sports RSS page from here.
An accelerator is a new feature of Internet Explorer 8 that makes web navigation faster and easier.
If the highlighted content is a team name or player name in the MLB, NBA, NFL, or NHL, the WhatIfSports Profile
Accelerator will open the related profile page.
Once the accelerator is installed, you can highlight any text and a blue icon will appear. If you click on the icon, a dropdown of accelerators will appear. In "More Accelerators" you should see an item called "Find Team/Player on WhatIfSports". If you hover over this it will display a preview telling you if a profile is available. If you click on this item it will open up the proper profile page.