$150 in Cash Prizes If You Can Beat Me in Week 10 Fantasy Football Contest

As you know I am the King of the Dollarnaires, I am about making cash any way I can, but instead of keeping this opportunity to myself, I am extending it to you.

It is week 5 of the NFL season and here is a quick way for you to make up to $150 (paid out to 5 winners) if you consider yourself a fantasy football expert.

If you haven’t heard yet, there’s a new way to play fantasy football 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 and the week is complete. DraftStreet.com is at the forefront of this new trend in the fantasy world and is giving us a great promotion for week 5 of the NFL season: a FREE one-week fantasy league with $150 in prizes exclusively for members of BlackSportsOnline

To build a team you get a $100,000 budget. You must fill your roster, which includes: 2 QBs, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, 2 FLEX and 1 Defense. Players are given a fantasy salary based on their expected performance. For example, Roddy White has been a disappointment so far, but with a matchup at home against the weak Packers secondary White is not so cheap at $12,686. Turner, however, is priced at a bit of a discount ($10,672) as the Packers run defense has been solid.

You can adjust your roster up until kickoff at 1:00pm ET on Sunday November 13th, so go ahead and join now. At 1pm Sunday the live Scoreboard will be available to view from you Private Leagues section on the right side of the DraftStreet homepage.

CLICK HERE to sign up for free and register for the BlackSportsOnline $150 Freeroll on DraftStreet.com.

Players playing Thursday Night not eligible.

One thought on “$150 in Cash Prizes If You Can Beat Me in Week 10 Fantasy Football Contest

  • Can anyone really earn a profit playing fantasy sports on FanDuel? I am restarting search and trying my best to make money on fantasy sports. One of the blogs with daily updates that I enjoyed for DraftStreet distinct methods and rankings. Does anybody else use blogs for fantasy rankings?

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