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Fantasy Football Week 6: FanDuel SB Nation League

SB Nation will have a FanDuel league open this week.

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I'm trying to figure out how much Dan Marino counts against the FanDuel salary cap.
I'm trying to figure out how much Dan Marino counts against the FanDuel salary cap.
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Back when the season started, we took a look at FanDuel and the fantasy football game they host. It's a pay-to-play type of system, but with cash prizes available if you are able to win a weekly league. The league is set up as a salary cap system, so you do not have to draft players, you do not have to hunt through the waiver wire each week, and you do not have to worry about someone else grabbing your favorite player.

This week, FanDuel has agreed to open up a SB Nation specific league to allow all of us across the network to face off in a best fantasy player showdown. Do you have what it takes to win? The top prize is $1,000 for first place, $400 for second, and $350 for third. The prizes, which you can see below, go all the way down to $20 for 200th place.

The entry fee is $10.

The link to join the league is below.

Editor's Note: FanDuel is hosting a private fantasy football League for SBNation readers this week. It's $10 to join, the top 200 teams win money, and first place wins $1,000. League starts Sunday 1 PM ET and ends on Monday. Here's the link.

FanDuel Week 6