Free $400 Fantasy Football Contest (Sponsored Post)

Looking to show off your fantasy football genius this week?  Try DraftStreet, where you can put together a new fantasy team each week and compete against other users for real money.

Right now DraftStreet has an NFL freeroll for MLB Trade Rumors readers, meaning you can take a shot at a chunk of the $400 prize pool for free, with no strings attached.  Here's how it works.

The NFL freeroll begins Sunday at 1:00pm eastern time, so you have until then to create your team.  You're given a $100K salary cap, and each player is assigned a price by DraftStreet.  Your roster will cover these positions: 2 QBs, 2 RBs, 2 WRs, 1 TE, 2 FLEX, and 1 Defense.  You get points based on how your team performs through Monday night's game.  The teams with the most points get the prize money.  Below is a screenshot of a sample roster: 

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If you're interested, sign up and create a roster prior to Sunday's games (1:00pm eastern time).  It's quick, easy, fun, and the MLBTR league gives you a free chance to win some of the $400 prize pool.  If you enjoy the competition you can try other leagues (college football, for example) for free and earn credits, or deposit real money.


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  1. mikecav19 4 years ago

    Dude, why don’t you simply put this under an advertisement instead of in the news feeds.  It is not news and it seems like you are stuffing this down our throats kinda like Selig is forcing the Astros to move to the AL.  I get it being posted 1 time, but when it is posted half a dozen times it is dumb.  I love the sight, but don’t sell out man.

    • Paul Dunn 4 years ago

      How much do you pay to view this website?

      • mikecav19 4 years ago

        Dude, it is an opinion man. What does free have to do with it.  Also, 99% of posts are for conversation, but this is merely a suggestion and is not meant for you Paul Dunn.  Do you also listen to other peoples conversations at restaurants and chime in with what you think?

        • Paul Dunn 4 years ago

          Public discussion forum =/= private conversation held in a restaurant.

  2. Agreed this is nothing more than paid spam

  3. B E L O W   M E

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