DailyMVP: Fantasy Football in a Brand New Way

If you're already tired of your season-long fantasy team, we've got the perfect alternative for you.

We're three weeks into the NFL season, and I'm sure many of you are already looking forward to the end of the fantasy football year after a winless start. It happens - injuries are unpredictable, and players not living up to their potential is all part of the game.

But before you give up on the fantasy football season, you should know that there's an alternative: DailyMVP.

With DailyMVP, you have a new roster to root for each week. And rather than using player salaries like you traditionally see on other daily fantasy sites, DailyMVP's unique fantasy football games focus solely on choosing players who are likely to outperform their individual projections. It's unique, simple, and there's a ton of strategy involved.

Three Unique Games

DailyMVP hosts three distinctive fantasy football games: QBSnap, Blitz and FullHuddle. Each game is similar in that there are no salaries to deal with, but the setup to each one brings a truly unique experience.

With QBSnap, you choose three quarterbacks each week that you believe will outperform their weekly projections. They could be three studs like Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees, or three lower-tiered guys like Josh McCown, Joe Flacco and Ryan Tannehill.

Before each game starts, the playing field is leveled between you and your opponent (or multiple opponents, depending on the game size) by applying the Fantasy Equalizer. For example, if your team is projected to score 40 points while your opponent is supposed to hit 50, your score will be "equalized" with your opponent’s, and you will be given 10 points to start the game. From there, the team that scores the most points wins.

The same idea carries over to DailyMVP's other two fantasy football games, Blitz and FullHuddle. With Blitz, the roster construction consists of one quarterback, one running back and one wide receiver or tight end. Again, the goal is to choose players who will outproduce their projected scores by a large margin.

Unlike the other two games where only three players are involved, FullHuddle utilizes a traditional fantasy lineup (one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, one tight end, one flex, one kicker and one defense). Though the lineup is larger, the game is still easy to set up, as you're not looking to fulfill any sort of salary requirements. You're just choosing players.

Here's a snapshot of a head-to-head FullHuddle contest in action.

Start Playing Now!

One of the best parts of DailyMVP is how easy it is to get games started. Not only are you just picking players, but you can challenge friends via a text, email, or Twitter and Facebook invite. DailyMVP is optimized for mobile, so, wherever you are, you can set up and follow your games quickly and easily using the DailyMVP app (which you can download from the App Store℠) or the website.

Once you're ready to play, you have the option to invite your friends, playing them each week rather than once per season. And if that's not enough, DailyMVP allows you to play in weekly 5- or 10-team contests as well.

If you do invite new friends to play at DailyMVP, you can now be entered into the Refer a Fan Sweepstakes for a chance to win tickets and travel accommodations for two to the 2015 College Basketball Championship Game in Indianapolis. You'll receive two sweepstakes entries when they sign up and two more when they play their first contest. You'll have more opponents to play against, and, who knows, maybe you'll be taking one of them to Indy with you.

Your fantasy football season doesn't have to end because the season-long team you drafted in August is waving the white flag in September. Create a new team each week - for free or for cash prizes - and do so with ease. Play DailyMVP, and start enjoying fantasy football in a brand new way.

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