Reminder: Play Our FREE One Week Only Fantasy Football League, Win From $200 in Cash Prizes

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UPDATE: Here's your final reminder to sign up to play in our FREE one-week only fantasy football league for $200 in cash prizes. My team is stacked. I somehow managed to get Michael Vick, Larry Fitzgerald, and, sadly, Donovan McNabb (he’s due, trust me) on the squad, which means I'll be relying heavily on each of Eagles' starters from over the last decade.

Details below. Free to play.

 

It’s baaaaaaaack. Once again, in partnership with the fine folks at Draft Street, we are giving away $200 in cash prizes for a one-week only fantasy football league. 

Here are the details: 

  1. It’s FREE to play
  2. Click this link to sign up
  3. Pick your team
  4. Win

If you haven’t heard yet (or didn’t play in our baseball contest earlier in the year), there’s a new way to play fantasy sports that turns the season long grind into quick hitting, one-week leagues. And the best part is that you can win cash every single week. You draft a team for one week and get paid out that Monday night when the MNF game ends. DraftStreet.com is at the forefront of this new trend in the fantasy world and giving us this great promotion for Week 2 of the NFL season.

This free contest will be salary-cap style drafting where everyone tries to assemble the best team out of the available players. You will have a $100,000 budget to build a team of 2 QBs, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, 2 FLEX, and 1 Defense. Each NFL player has been assigned a price based on their expected fantasy performance. So for week 2, Matthew Stafford has a somewhat expensive price-tag, at $17,539, with a matchup vs. the weak Chiefs defense. Matt Ryan, on the other hand, comes at a slight discount, $12,163, having to go up against the Eagles secondary.  

You can adjust your roster up until the contest starts on Sunday at 1:00pm ET, at which time your rosters will lock and the Live Scoreboard will be available.

That’s it. I’m playing, too. Click here to sign up and pick your team.

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