Shannon Sharpe Endorses as the Most Exclusive Fantasy Football League in the Game

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Shannon Sharpe endorses as the most exclusive fantasy football league in the game. Total membership is limited to just 10,000 players greatly improving chances to win a share of $250,000 in prize money, including a $100,000 grand prize and weekly prizes of $2,000.

You're a fan and player of fantasy football. You enjoy the challenge of putting together a team and managing them through the season. You get a thrill when you check the weekly stats and and see your team rising in the standings. But you aren't just playing for the glory. Nothing caps your team's success better than a wallet full of cash.

And, according to CBS Sports commentator and former football great Shannon Sharpe, if cash is your goal, then you ought to play in a league where your odds of winning are high.

"If you think about it," says Sharpe, "your chances of winning a 6/49 lotto are extremely small - less than one in 14 million. And if you think about playing in some of those other leagues with upwards of 100,000 or 150,000 players, what are your chances of winning some of the prize money? Pretty damn slim!

"But has limited enrollment this year to just 10,000 members. That's pretty exclusive. And the guaranteed prizes are fantastic: $100,000 first prize, $50,000 second prize, $25,000 third prize, plus lots of other prizes, including $2,000 in prize money each week to the best teams. Your chances of winning some of that are excellent. If I wasn't already endorsing, this would definitely be the fantasy league for me to play in." was created by Atlanta's Robert Braddy because he felt the average football fan wasn't being well served by existing fantasy leagues.

"Some leagues cost up to $500 or $1,000 to join," says Braddy, "and the prize money they offer isn't any better than ours. We've put up $250,000 in total prizes and offer one of the biggest grand prizes in fantasy football. By limiting enrollment we're giving everybody a shot at winning.

"We've tried to make fielding a team in our league as much like fielding and managing a real team in the NFL. You've got a salary cap to manage, plus trades and injuries throughout the season. But if you're smart about it and keep well-informed - like reading Shannon's "Pick of the Week" -- then there's some real prize money available."

About The Fantasy Football League is owned and operated by Dime Sports, Inc., of Atlanta, Georgia.
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