There are probably millions of disgruntled fantasy football players who are unable to keep up with their fantasy teams. Even worse, some owners won’t be able to make any last-minute lineup changes.
That’s because ESPN’s fantasy app is down. This comes, ironically, after ESPN made a grand push for more users on its fantasy football website and cell phone application. ESPN acknowledged the “technical difficulties.”
We are aware of the current technical difficulties. We apologize for the inconvenience & are working to resolve the issue ASAP.
— ESPN Fantasy Sports (@ESPNFantasy) September 11, 2016
Fans are not happy.
ESPN Fantasy Football site crashing, so here I am tallying points on graph paper over candlelight, just like my father's father before him.
— Joe Kaiser (@Joe_P_Kaiser) September 11, 2016
@ESPNFantasy unacceptable for the app and program that claims they are the best in fantasy football. Yahoo is working fine.
— Mike Richman (@MikeUSMCRichman) September 11, 2016
— Justin Hardie (@OrangeHardie) September 11, 2016
@ESPNFantasy Its not like you didn't see Sunday coming. I mean, it only comes 52 times a year.
Radio and Rain Man couldve done a better job
— Curator of Badassery (@TheRealHinser) September 11, 2016
@ESPNFantasy you had SEVEN MONTHS.
— Adam Wright (@BlueOsprey) September 11, 2016
Don’t mess with fans and their fantasy football teams. They will revolt.