So how did your team do this season? Did they meet your expectations? Did they overachieve? How did the coaches do in getting the most out of the talent they have? Did they make the right decisions along the way?
Fanteractive.com's Post-Season Recap feature gives you a place to break it all down! Use the tool to rate the team in a number of predefined areas and give your own spin on what worked and what didn't this season and your thoughts on what they need to do better next year.
When completed, you can share your Recap report with friends and have it added to your Fanager Profile where all of your analyses, ratings, original articles, etc. are all cataloged and indexed so everyone can get a sense of exactly who you are and what you think. We've all posted comments on Facebook or Twitter about our favorite teams before. Here's your chance to have those ratings go to work for you.
Here's how to do a Season Recap for your favorite team on Fanteractive.com:
Log into Fanteractive.com using either your Facebook account or setting up a native login account. That with bring you to your personal "Fanager" page. (You can complete your profile page at any time by clicking on the "Edit Fanager Profile" button in the top right corner.)
From your personal Fanager page, select "Teams" on the main navigation bar to come to the listing of all teams in our database right now. As of September, Fanteractive currently has NFL and college football and soccer (MLS, Premier League, NWSL, Bundesliga, Champions League), NHL, NBA and college basketball.
Scroll down the listing of teams or use the search tools on the right to find the team you would like to rate. Double click on that team to reach that team's home page.
From the team home page, select the Season Outlook tab
Select the season you would like to rate the team for. Most teams will have one active season. It is possible that a team can have multiple active seasons - such as a European soccer club (e.g., Manchester City which plays in England's Premier League and the UEFA Champions League) - where you can rate your expectations differently for each "season."
The Season Outlook form is divided into sections for offensive, defensive, and overall team areas such as coaching and team expectations. You can answer as much or as little as you want (although your ratings benefit more from more complete analyses). You can add your commentary for each section to explain your opinions too (slide out the lower right corner to expand the text boxes as needed)