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Join our ESPN Gridiron Challenge group

If you, like me, aren't totally into the Fantasy Football scene, you might really like Gridiron Challenge. All you have to do each week is set a Fantasy roster that fits within a $50M Salary Cap. Each player is given a price tag based on their performance, and the market fluctuates as the season goes on. Right now, the prices are set based on last year's performance, but as the weeks go by the best players will increase in value while underachievers become more affordable.

The price you pay for each player is locked for as long as he's on your roster. So if you get Russell Wilson for $6 million, and by the end of the year he costs $9M because he's setting the world on fire, he still only counts $6M toward your cap each week. You can add/drop players at any time.

Best part is that it only takes about 5 minutes of thought per week, so you can wake up on Sunday morning and tinker with it for a few minutes, then sit back and see how your guys do in the games.

Here's the link again: FG & Friends Gridiron Challenge

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