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Free Fantasy Football Contest is Ready. See if you Can Beat Steve Adler 

FDfootball250Our friends at FanDuel are offering FantasyDaddy.com users the opportunity to try out FanDuel for free with the chance to win over $500 in prizes. And as if that wasn’t good enough you can also get an extra $5 is you manage to finish above our very own Steve Adler.

FanDuel is the cool new way to play fantasy sports. FanDuel lets you play and win at fantasy sports in a day instead of waiting the whole season. Players can draft a new team at any time, and enter it head-to-head against a single opponent – or a league of opponents – for real money. You can play from as little at $1 up to $270.

Contest Link – http://partners.fanduel.com/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag=a_723b_266

In an effort to help you beat Steve, here is his team for week 1

QB Philip Rivers
HB Darren McFadden
HB Jamaal Charles
WR Santonio Holmes
WR Mario Manningham
WR Nate Washington
TE Lance Kendricks
K Ryan Longwell
DEF Browns

Title – Steve Adler’s $500 NFL Freeroll

Date – Sunday 11th September

Buyin – $0

Prizepool – $500 (1st-$150, 2nd-$100, 3rd-$75, 4th-$50, 5th-$40, 6th-$30, 7th-$25, 8th-20, 9th-$40)

Additional Prizes – $5 if you manage to finish above Steve Adler

Contest Link – http://partners.fanduel.com/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag=a_723b_266

1. Simply sign up for an account at FanDuel.com by clicking here.

2. Pick you team within the $60k salary cap. Consisting of (QB, 2xRB, 3xWR, TE, K and D)

3. Watch the live scoring on FanDuel during the games and see how your picks do against other XXX members.

The contest is live and is open for registration to click here (http://partners.fanduel.com/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag=a_723b_266) to sign up for your account and register for the freeroll today.

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About the author: Steve Adler

Steve is the founder of Friarhood.com. A native San Diegan, he grew up watching Dan Fouts and Tony Gwynn. A former sports talk show host, but always a fan of the Padres and Chargers.