Draft Dashboard Review

With this Draft Dashboard Review, I will give you my review of the Fantasy Sports Software that gives you a slight edge in Picking Daily Fantasy Sports Lineups in Contests, really for use on any league, in any site. I will not only give you the draftdashboard breakdown but also a How To on the specifics of how to get the most of it per my experience. 

Check some of my Previous Articles on Daily Fantasy Sports, Fantasy Football, and Even Baseball Here to understand many of the basic to advanced concepts of the factors that need to be considered when making lineups decisions in these sports. 

What is Draft Dashboard?

As mentioned the advanced software, which includes daily rankings, up to date on the fantasy matchups of the day, it is available 24/7 all around the clock, instantly preparing you for the next available Top Picks of the Day on any game slate in most major sports. This can be done on Roto Grinders with their Player research tool to note with many limitations to the overall free software.

To give  you a very user friendly experience, saving you hrs per day of research in various tools that you can use to optimize and dominate your daily or season long league. 

To preface, avoiding confusion starting out, let’s give you a look at the inside of your dashboard, or your control room, once you are logged in, which can be started and tested for $1 for about 7 days, I believe before the regular price sets in, which is lower than the other Optimizer programs I have used out there, Notice 4 Specifics or Basics.

draft dashboard reviewNotice as you look there, starting at the top, the games are easily changeable as seasons progress into other sports, with the 3 major sports you can keep track of. 

  1. As we work our way over to the upper right hand side you will see the switch option, allowing you to take your game to Draft Kings, or Fanduel. With all of the upgrades, I wouldn’t be surprised if they added Yahoo and others. 
  2. The “How to Use” blue button to obtain basics of the overview of all of the tools below, which are Videos overviewing each of the ways to use these. 
  3. The Tools themselves which we will dive into with more detail now. 

DraftDashboard Tools:

Browse Teams

In Browse teams, the way I use this is to quickly find Players on any team along with Projected Winner

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As you can see, you can start to take players that you want to watch and target those based on what you find so far here, of which we’ll get more into later.

Top DFS Players

This is a VERY Important feature of the Draft Dashboard that allows you the opportunity to see all of the players with top rankings customized automatically to any game time/slate you choose. Here’s that video: 

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With this specialized tool you can save tons of time with the best fantasy players for the day, as the you want to pay particular attention to the computer rankings, or Dashrank, the very first sortable table as Greens indicate, per the video the most valuable and statistically logical plays for that day, with the additional info being added with the regular updates. 

Find Sleepers Tool

Check out this tool for the lowest cost players needed to win any matchup.

Here is the Video Overview: 

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An integral part of your lineups you must get players that are lower priced, especially in baseball, when taking an ace pitcher, there may be an average much lower than what would otherwise have to be utilized. 

Find Studs Tool

I also utilize this tool daily to ensure that I have “Stud players to make sure that I am not overpaying for players that are not up to the usual caliber of a player, building out the most value in consistency, Here’s how its done: 

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No matter who you choose as far as pitcher, the best Studs will help you determine who you should be able to utilize in stacks or just getting the best possible position player

Position Optimizer

With this tool, its also of daily use as you choose the leftover positions that you were not able to fill within using any of the other Tools. 

This Tool has not video, but is one of the best to use. 

The position optimizer can help you take a look at for example, to quickly find what pitcher you might to find on the bottom as a weaker pitcher to make a batting lineup against this pitcher for a very favorable matchup to start some these batter. 

Lineup Optimizer

This tool will help you put together a suggest lineups lightning quick. Taking only seconds to put together a list of your watched players based off the prior research you would have just done with your tools mentioned, building out the best lineup. Here’s the Video

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As the video brought out, no lineup will be perfect, but this saves you a lot of time putting it together.

Generated Lineups

And finally this research tool will give you different ideas of lineups that you can use and optimize, There is no video of this tool, but similar to the Lineup Optimizer, you can find and replace in the tabs, players with others’ of the same or similar price to replace any position instantly without switching screens, so you can find the other players you have watched. Great comparison tool. 

Summary and Final Word

To try and sum up all of these tools for your Daily Fantasy Sports Lineups Remember, per my article on Winning in Daily Fantasy Sports above, the experts create and maintain spreadsheets. I have found that this may not be needed, with these tools, as it does help to look up additional stats, on say fangraphs, going above and beyond, using additional research tools never hurts, so the more time you have, the better informed decisions you may make in regards to injuries, consistencies, and the overall picture of a particular player. 

Also I have not mentioned the Hot and Cold Indicators next to every player, as these indicators help show the level of play the player is currently at, but don’t count out the cold players because the cold streak is bound to end, especially the deeper they are in the cold, indicated by a -3. Do not be swayed by this indicator as numbers prove that this is not directly relevant to the next performance of the player, and I have used this just fine on my lineups with a couple colds in my lineups. 

By the way, here are the Pros and Cons


  • Great customer Support: Just email them and get and answer in just a few hours. 
  • Basic and Advanced Player Stats, easily accessible on main screens, hovering over.
  • Watch Players, to your liking, and track for organization 
  • Video tutorials for reference as shown above.
  • Always up to date Daily!


  • Uses some data that may not directly affect the performance for a given situation, 
  • May look to be a lot of info for new users to go through, especially for a beginner in Fantasy Sports. 

Final Conclusion

Recommended %99 for everyone from beginner to Expert, for help in easily navigating the many options in daily and season long analyzing of players and teams. As a recommended product, visit dfsfreereport.com to not only get the instant online software, but also receive a free report on how to win %95 of your Daily Fantasy Lineups, which is of itself a $20 Bonus value, delivered, PDF to your inbox if wanting to learn more about DFS




11 thoughts on “Draft Dashboard Review”

  1. I used to do fantasy football (or soccer as Americans like to call it – wrongly lol) many years ago and could have done with some software like this. I only did it for fun back then but it might have helped improve my abysmal rankings!

    Some detailed info which I could put to good use if I ever got back into it 🙂 Del

    1. I’m finding there are a few that have not been into it lately, I guess this would definitely help you’ll to get started again soon

  2. Sounds like Draft Dashboard could definitely help out fantasy sport players our there a lot. I haven’t been involved in fantasy sports for a while, but I used to. One of these days I might get back to it and consider using Draft Dashboard. It would definitely make things easier choosing your players. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Yes Jeremy, try to imagine all of the sorting of players alone that you have to go through to actually do good quality research in fantasy football with all the competition

  3. This is a great review! Thank you for sharing with me! I have played fantasy football (NFL) for several years in a row, and still haven’t pulled off a win (1st place). I wonder if this will give me an edge against my opponents???

    I also love how you walked through how to use it. It does look a little confusing for first time users, but with your step by step I think it will make it easier!

    1. Your welcome Laura, glad to see you area  player. Love the competition, and yes there’s a lot of information to analyze on pretty much a daily basis. 

  4. Hello Andrew,

    This is very extensive! Great job. I knew nothing about fantasy football before I read this but I think that I could actually participate now. I have always heard people talk about this. You really know your stuff. I never knew that there was different types of software either.
    Thank you for sharing your knowledge. Good luck.


  5. I have never really been into fantasy sports at all, but I am starting to gain some interest. I was never sure how people chose the players and teams.
    Your detailed information gave me a clear view of how this is all done. The video’s were very helpful.
    Just wondering Andrew, are the sports limited in this program to just football, baseball?
    I am a golf nut. I play all the time and have even caddied for Jordan Spieth back in 2014. I would like it if this program could be used for golf players as well.
    Any information you could give would be great.
    Thanks for all the information, maybe I will get involved.

    1. Well, Doung, this program does not support Golf at this time, but I know You can check out a great Podcast, called Fantasy Insiders, I believe it is and they give advise on all daily fantasy including gold when it comes up. thanks for visiting. 

  6. So I am a huge fantasy football guy.. I am in two regular leagues that I play every year. My main league I have won 3 years in a row. I also have been doing draft kings the last couple years. I was curious if this is the algorithm people talk about that makes big people money? They say a small percent make about 90 some percent of draft kings earnings. I hope it helps me out.. Do people generally do much better using this website?


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