$1,000 NFL Contest on Draftstreet

Aug 31, 2013 at 9:22 AM--


You are about to enter a FREE $1,000 NFL contest for the Week 1 games only.

1. Sign up at Draftstreet for your FREE Entry into a $1,000 NFL contest
2. Pick your favorite NFL players
3. Get Paid $$$$


There's a new way to play fantasy football that turns the season long grind into quick hitting one week leagues. The best part is that you can win cash every single week. You draft a team for one week and get paid out when the Monday Night Football game ends. DraftStreet.com is at the forefront of this new trend in the fantasy world and is giving us a great promotion to kick off the season: a FREE one-week fantasy league with $1,000 in prizes.

This free contest will be Pick 'em style drafting. The way Pick 'Em leagues work is you have 8 tiers of players and each tier will have players to choose from. All you have to do is select 1 player from each tier. There's absolutely nothing to lose and it takes 5 minutes to build a team. You can adjust your roster up until the contest starts on Sunday September 8th at 1:00 ET at which time your rosters will lock and the Live Scoreboard will be available.

CLICK HERE to sign up for free and join the $1,000 Freeroll on DraftStreet.com.




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