Sponsored Post: Fantasy football lives on Snapdraft

The fantasy football season traditionally ends after Week Sixteen in an effort to avoid having to worry about players like Curtis Painter.

While your season-long league may be over, the chance to test your skills isn’t.  Snapdraft is a weekly competition where owners take home cash.  You fill out a team within a salary cap budget, and compete against a league of any size you choose.

We know this is a sponsored post, but the game is a lot of fun.  We’ve never received a response like this about a game from Rotoworld.  Snapdraft continues to grow every week because it’s fast, easy, and it involves more strategy than a traditional league.

If you need a hand putting your team together, check out these value picks. Ray Rice, Brett Favre, and Miles Austin all look like great selections to me.