Nov 3, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees throws a pass against the New York Jets during the game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Why You Should Play Fantasy Football on FanDuel Week 10

Nov 3, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) gestures during the game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Editor’s NoteFanSided partner FanDuel is hosting a one-week $250 Fantasy Football league for Week 10. It’s free to join and first prize is $50. Starts Sunday at 1pm ET. Here’s the link.

Fansided has partnered with Fanduel to give our readers a great opportunity this week to get involved in a one-week competition that will cost you nothing and give you a chance to take home some cash.

Here are five great reasons why you should start playing one-week fantasy football on Fanduel.

Simple Selections

Setting up your roster won’t take long. Each team is given a 60,000 salary and you are asked to select 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 K, and 1 D. All players are assigned a salary and your job as owner is to get the most points for the money. There are a variety of formats to take on your friends or total strangers and put your team up for a chance to win either real cash or just bragging rights.  While you can tweak and analyze your roster as long as you want, it only takes minutes to pick your players and get everything set and in place and on the road to success.

Roster Reset

Has your fantasy season taken a turn for the worst? Did you buy into the sleeper hype for someone who never woke up? Or maybe you drafted Eli Manning and Michael Vick who were expected to do much better than they have and your fantasy season never got off the ground. Whatever the case, if your draft this year has led to a heaping helping of regret and chagrin, this is your chance to save your season. No matter who you have in your season-long league, you can pick a whole new team each week meaning you can adjust to emerging players and avoid players stuck in slumps.

Flexible Format

Another one of the top reasons to play weekly league football is the ultimate flexibility and lack of commitment. If you are going to be out of town for a week or just don’t have time for any given week of the season, it doesn’t affect your next week. When you have the time and desire, you can play it, but if you don’t there is absolutely no obligation.

Injury Insurance

Aaron Rodgers owners are still hurting in season-long leagues, since for many of them his injury will cost them their season. In weekly formats, injuries like that definitely sting and can leave you with goose-eggs that are hard to overcome, but since you build a whole new team the next week injuries are much more easy to recover from.

Mo’ Money

Every week money can be won. To show you how–this week if you click the landing page link below, you can enter our Fansided Freeroll. For no charge, you can enter our league for a shot at a chunk of  cash. The winner of the week gets 50 dollars, second place a solid 25, third place-15, and prizes for all of the top 60 entries.

If you feel confident about your lineup, you can go for the big money for just $25 and can walk away with your share of $300,000 at the link below.

Come on over to Fanduel and get your lineup locked in for the weekend to see if you can grab some cash this weekend for just a few minutes of putting together your lineup. My team’s in the pool so look for Z_Thompson to see how your score stacks up with mine.

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