Editor's Note: FanDuel is running a $1,000,000 fantasy football league in week 1. The Top 46,000 teams win cash with $100,000 paid to first place. Join now!
For the second year in a row, SB Nation and FanDuel are partnering up to bring you week-to-week fantasy football. If you aren't familiar with FanDuel, here is how it works:
- For each contest you enter (could be $1, $2, $5, etc), you have a salary cap of $60,000.
- FanDuel assigns dollar amounts to each fantasy player. For example, Aaron Rodgers is the most expensive Week 1 QB at $9,700, but Josh McCown only costs $6,300.
- You have to fill 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 K, and 1 DEF, all while staying within the $60,000 salary cap.
- Whoever finishes with the most fantasy points in each contest wins the top prizes, and there are usually other prizes. For example, if you win this week's contest, you win $100,000. Even if you get 16,000th place, you can still win $15.
Each week throughout the fantasy season, we will post about whether any members of the Browns are worth spending salary cap space on, and we'll also try to point out a couple of other possible bargain buys.