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Playoff Salary Cap

Hardcore Competition

  • Real-time stats updates on all teams in your league
  • Weekly standings and Top 100 reports
  • 32-team leagues, 8 four-team divisions
  • Play every round throughout the NFL playoffs
  • Free Buddy League option
  • CASH paid out to the top 3 teams in each 32 team league!

Win Big Money

PRIZES
$200 in League Winner Cash
1st Place $2,500
2nd $500
3rd $250

Easy to Play

  • Ten player/team positions, one flex position
  • Use your $100 million salary cap to build your team
  • Integrated up-to-the minute player and injury news
  • Online or toll-free phone trades

Entry Options

Complete Package Entry for $10 includes:
Premium Internet Reports and In-Game Stats

Season Pass members:
Use your FREE team included with your membership and get all the advantages of a Complete Entry*

*There are no free trade certificates available in this game as it's a 4-week season.

Player News

Trey Griffey signed with the Colts on Sunday, ESPN's Mike Wells reports.
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Brad Kaaya should compete with Jake Rudock for the No. 2 quarterback job, Dave Birkett of The Detroit Free Press reports.
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Marquel Lee was told by Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie that he'll have a chance to earn the starting spot at middle linebacker during his rookie campaign, Scott Bair of CSNBayArea.com reports.
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With the Saints signing Adrian Peterson (knee) last week-and drafting tailback Alvin Kamara in the third round of the NFL Draft, The Times-Picayune's Larry Holder speculates that the team's likely plan is to deploy a three-headed attack at running back similar to the Saints' potent 2009 and 2011 backfields.
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Head coach Hue Jackson said 2017 second-round draft pick DeShone Kizer will have a chance to compete with Brock Osweiler and Cody Kessler for the starting job, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
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Travaris Cadet will have to compete with 2017 third-round selection Alvin Kamara for snaps on passing downs, Nick Underhill of The New Orleans Advocate reports.
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