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Footballguys Staff Mock Draft 1: PPR, 12 team with Flex, MFL10 format (Best Ball)

The Footballguys staff got together for their first mock draft of 2017. A 12 team PPR, Best Ball draft with a format equivalent to MFL10s. Justin Howe provides an in-depth summary of each team's draft. 

On July 8th, twelve members of the Footballguys staff got together for the site's first mock draft of 2017. Below is the league scoring format and bylaws. 

League Parameters

  • 12 teams
  • 20 roster spots
  • Starting Lineup
    • 1 quarterback
    • 2 running backs
    • 3 wide receivers
    • 1 tight end
    • 1 flex (either a running back, wide receiver, or tight end)
    • 1 team defense

League Scoring

  • Offensive Players
    • 4 points - passing touchdown
    • 6 points - rushing/receiving touchdown
    • 0.05 points - passing yard
    • 0.1 points - rushing/receiving yard
    • 1 point - reception
  • Team Defense
    • 6 points - touchdown
    • 2 points - turnover recovered
    • 2 points - safety
    • 1 point - sack
    • 10 points - Offensive points against: 0-0
    • 7 points - Offensive points against: 1-6
    • 4 points - Offensive points against: 7-20
    • 1 point - Offensive points against: 21-29
    • -3 points - Offensive points against: 30-99
    • 6 points each - Number of Defensive and Special Teams Touchdowns

THE DRAFT ORDER

The draft order was created randomly. After the first round, the draft continues in a regular serpentine manner. Click here for the Full Draft pick by pick

  1. Bear Heiser
  2. Maurile Tremblay
  3. Scott Bischoff
  4. Ari Ingel
  5. Jeff Tefertiller
  6. Dan Hindery
  7. Matt Bitonti
  8. Mark Wimer
  9. Ryan Hester
  10. Jeff Haseley
  11. Stephen Holloway
  12. Chris Feery

Starting with Bear Heiser from the 1.01 spot, Justin Howe provides an unbiased evaluation of each team's draft performance.

Bear Heiser - Draft Slot 1

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.01 1 Johnson, David ARI RB
2.12 24 Kelce, Travis KCC TE
3.01 25 Cooks, Brandin NEP WR
4.12 48 Luck, Andrew IND QB
5.01 49 Pryor, Terrelle WAS WR
6.12 72 Perkins, Paul NYG RB
7.01 73 Parker, DeVante MIA WR
8.12 96 Gore, Frank IND RB
9.01 97 Decker, Eric TEN WR
10.12 120 Williams, Mike LAC WR (R)
11.01 121 Stafford, Matthew DET QB
12.12 144 Forte, Matt NYJ RB
13.01 145 Treadwell, Laquon MIN WR
14.12 168 Njoku, David CLE TE (R)
15.01 169 Texans, Houston HOU Def
16.12 192 Sims, Charles TBB RB
17.01 193 Shaheen, Adam CHI TE (R)
18.12 216 Golladay, Kenny DET WR (R)
19.01 217 Kupp, Cooper LAR WR (R)
20.12 240 Bears, Chicago CHI Def

Overall Strategy

Pay up at QB, one-and-done at RB, throw darts at rookie receiver potential

Best Pick(s)

Travis Kelce, 2.12, TE2 – Bear was shrewd to prioritize Kelce at 24 overall. He wouldn’t be around in Round 4, and he legitimately valuates right around this spot anyway (though he’s currently going around 30 in MFL10s). No tight end on the board boasts a higher floor – it’s hard to imagine him winding up with less than third-round value – and the ceiling to outdo even Rob Gronkowski himself. Gronkowski finds himself in a crowded offense and, as usual, an injury question mark, while Kelce towers over the Kansas City passing game and hasn’t missed a game as a pro. I have to applaud Bear for taking the stab, snatching up almost certain WR2 numbers at a TE position that looks as volatile as ever.

Worst Pick(s)

Mike Williams, 10.12, WR 53 – I like that Bear bought a lot of late-round rookie lottery tickets to fill out his wide receiver and tight end depth. But I’m expecting very little opportunity for Williams in Year 1. His offense is ultra-crowded, and the Chargers have several proven options ahead of him. Considering that and the decent chance he’s not healthy for training camp, his path to rookie targets looks bleak. WR53 is definitely a fair spot to start looking at untested upside, but this was a bit too aggressive for my take in tracking such a shaky year-one prospect. Bear passed on several cheap veterans (like Kenny Britt, who simply shouldn’t have been around this late, as well as Jordan Matthews and Will Fuller) with similar ceilings and much better floors.

Evaluation

Bear set the tone for an aggressive approach by snapping up Kelce early, then kept his foot on the gas with several upside-driven picks. Some were especially strong, like Andrew Luck in Round 4 and stabs at high-ceiling rookie receivers down the stretch. This wound up a volatile roster, but it’s rooted in guys with strong ceilings for volume and usage, which is the best kind of volatile.

Draft Slot 2 - Maurile Tremblay

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.02 2 Elliott, Ezekiel DAL RB
2.11 23 Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB
3.02 26 Baldwin, Doug SEA WR
4.11 47 McCaffrey, Christian CAR RB (R)
5.02 50 Adams, Davante GBP WR
6.11 71 Cobb, Randall GBP WR
7.02 74 Graham, Jimmy SEA TE
8.11 95 Henry, Hunter LAC TE
9.02 98 Coleman, Corey CLE WR
10.11 119 Hunt, Kareem KCC RB (R)
11.02 122 Matthews, Jordan PHI WR
12.11 143 Wentz, Carson PHI QB
13.02 146 Rawls, Thomas SEA RB
14.11 167 Broncos, Denver DEN Def
15.02 170 Ross, John CIN WR (R)
16.11 191 Jones, Zay BUF WR (R)
17.02 194 Vikings, Minnesota MIN Def
18.11 215 Sproles, Darren PHI RB
19.02 218 Gates, Antonio LAC TE
20.11 239 Yeldon, T.J. JAC RB

Overall Strategy

Leap at the top QB, prioritize WR slightly at the flex spot

Best Pick(s)

Davante Adams, 5.02, WR25 & Randall Cobb, 6.11, WR36 – Maurile chased both Adams and Cobb – snatching them up in good ADP-relative spots – and when the teammates are solid together but inversely high-ceiling, I love the idea. In a best ball setting this is a nice, insulated gamble. From a fantasy value perspective, they coexist quite well – both averaged 15.5 PPR points over Weeks 1-7, when both were fully healthy. And if either goes down or falls off the map, the other will benefit wildly in terms of usage and touchdown potential. With the duo, Maurile was able to secure two certain top-35 WRs who individually boast top-12 upside.

Worst Pick(s)

Having participated in drafts with Maurile myself, I can say I’ve never really seen him make a “bad” pick. The only real issue I have with this turn is his prioritizing of Carson Wentz as his QB2. Wentz only topped 20 points 3 times as a rookie – only once after Week 3 – and never topped 24. He posted obscenely low yardage (6.23) and touchdown (2.63%) rates, and I don’t think the mere addition of Alshon Jeffery makes him a more dynamic option, especially as his passing volume looks set to decline. I probably would’ve stabbed at upside elsewhere here, adding a high-ceiling flex option while scooping up a stronger QB2 prospect a round or two later.

Evaluation

Maurile drafted strongly, locking down high RB1 production with the second overall pick and devoting his high-middle rounds to building a deep, dynamic receiving corps. In my eyes, he went bold at the right spots – like stopping Christian McCaffrey’s semi-slide late in Round 4 – and added real volume potential in the late rounds. It’s hard not to like the finished product.

Draft Slot 3 - Scott Bischoff

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.03 3 Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB
2.10 22 Cooper, Amari OAK WR
3.03 27 Miller, Lamar HOU RB
4.10 46 Brady, Tom NEP QB
5.03 51 Moncrief, Donte IND WR
6.10 70 Eifert, Tyler CIN TE
7.03 75 Gillislee, Mike NEP RB
8.10 94 Walker, Delanie TEN TE
9.03 99 Jones, Marvin DET WR
10.10 118 Lockett, Tyler SEA WR
11.03 123 Shepard, Sterling NYG WR
12.10 142 Palmer, Carson ARI QB
13.03 147 White, James NEP RB
14.10 166 Rodgers, Jacquizz TBB RB
15.03 171 Hurns, Allen JAC WR
16.10 190 Seahawks, Seattle SEA Def
17.03 195 McFadden, Darren DAL RB
18.10 214 Garoppolo, Jimmy NEP QB
19.03 219 Raiders, Oakland OAK Def
20.10 238 Conner, James PIT RB (R)

Overall Strategy

Value-based and balanced, with a clear premium spent at TE

Best Pick(s)

Mike Gillislee, 7.03, RB27 – He’s among the most debated players in the Twitterverse right now, and he’s got his drawbacks in a wildly crowded backfield. But he still boasts upside far beyond this draft slot. Of the Patriots’ backfield options, he’s the only one with a real resume in terms of inside and short-yardage running, and New England can spin fantasy gold out of that role. LeGarrette Blount finished last year as the MFL10 RB8, after all, reaching 17 points 5 times. While it’s a stretch to project Gillislee to match Blount’s 18 touchdowns, he still boasts a top-15 RB ceiling with all of that potential for volume and scoring opportunity. To stop his fall at RB27 is a strong boon, especially on a roster that already boasts two workhorse backs. It helps that Scott nabbed James White later, also at something of a discount, to help lock down production from a high-paced, high-scoring offense.

Worst Pick(s)

Marvin Jones, 9.03, WR47 – Scott clearly values Jones quite a bit, and I understand the temptation to chase after the blistering way he started 2016. And I can see the potential for a touchdown increase with Anquan Boldin gone and not really replaced. But Scott passed on several guys with better outlooks in my eyes, including Kenny Britt, Cameron Meredith, Rishard Matthews, and Mike Wallace. To me, all of those guys carry much stronger ceilings and very similar floors.

Evaluation

Scott clearly chased the best prospects available, without an apparent position-stock strategy. I like his method of doing that: secure a stud RB, then chase workhorse candidates and upside receivers. However, I think his TE splurge may have left him vulnerable there, considering that Tyler Eifert is, as always, an injury risk entering the year. I may have redirected a later pick to covering that TE3 slot. Still, overall, I think Scott boasts a healthy blend of upside and safety.

Draft Slot 4 - Ari Ingel

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.04 4 Brown, Antonio PIT WR
2.09 21 Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE
3.04 28 Fournette, Leonard JAC RB (R)
4.09 45 Crabtree, Michael OAK WR
5.04 52 Bryant, Martavis PIT WR
6.09 69 Anderson, C.J. DEN RB
7.04 76 Marshall, Brandon NYG WR
8.09 93 Peterson, Adrian NOS RB
9.04 100 Ebron, Eric DET TE
10.09 117 Cousins, Kirk WAS QB
11.04 124 Taylor, Tyrod BUF QB
12.09 141 Williams, Joe SFO RB (R)
13.04 148 Woods, Robert LAR WR
14.09 165 Williams, Jonathan BUF RB
15.04 172 Chiefs, Kansas City KCC Def
16.09 189 Vereen, Shane NYG RB
17.04 196 Smith, Torrey PHI WR
18.09 213 Jaguars, Jacksonville JAC Def
19.04 220 Gordon, Josh CLE WR
20.09 237 Aiken, Kamar IND WR

Overall Strategy

Dominate the flex, cobble together a RB corps, let the QBs come to you

Best Pick(s)

Kirk Cousins, 10.09, QB12 & Tyrod Taylor, 11.04, QB14 – Ari was the first of the bunch to wait on the QB spot, which I generally always support. Quarterbacks and QB tiers typically wind up bunched together so tightly that, unless massive value presents itself in the middle rounds, it’s often best to hold off. Here, Ari reaps the benefits: He walks away with two QBs in that meaty part of the QB2 curve, securing similar value to most combinations that started picking them a few rounds earlier. And he picked two strong options to do it with. Cousins and Taylor combined for 15 games of 20+ points last year – as many as Drew Brees and Russell Wilson, but at a much lower cost.

Worst Pick(s)

C.J. Anderson, 6.09, RB25 – I really loved what Anderson brought to the table behind Peyton Manning in 2015. Now holding off a stable of backs that may be more talented than he is, in an offense that no longer burns many barns, Anderson looks to me like a RB3 prayer. His efficiency took a huge post-Manning dive last year, and I’m not sure it improves in 2017. Frankly, I’m expecting him to find himself in a fairly even timeshare with Devontae Booker. I like that Ari was chasing bell cow potential, but he might’ve been better-served going after a stronger floor.

Evaluation

I love to see a draft that eschews early QBs, waiting until the cost/value lines intersect around 9 or 10. And that’s exactly what Ari did, stockpiling flex talent the entire way. He didn’t have to reach wildly for anyone, walking away with a healthy blend of proven floors (like Michael Crabtree) and legitimate upside plays (Leonard Fournette, Martavis Bryant). It’s hard to knock a strategy like this, and Ari executed it quite well.

Draft Slot 5 - Jeff Tefertiller

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.05 5 Jones, Julio ATL WR
2.08 20 Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR
3.05 29 Robinson, Allen JAC WR
4.08 44 Montgomery, Ty GBP RB
5.05 53 Diggs, Stefon MIN WR
6.08 68 Martin, Doug TBB RB
7.05 77 Henry, Derrick TEN RB
8.08 92 Riddick, Theo DET RB
9.05 101 Bennett, Martellus GBP TE
10.08 116 Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB
11.05 125 Ginn Jr., Ted NOS WR
12.08 140 Dalton, Andy CIN QB
13.05 149 James, Jesse PIT TE
14.08 164 Conley, Chris KCC WR
15.05 173 Foreman, D'Onta HOU RB (R)
16.08 188 Burkhead, Rex NEP RB
17.05 197 Rams, Los Angeles LAR Def
18.08 212 Dolphins, Miami MIA Def
19.05 221 Jones, Aaron GBP RB (R)
20.08 236 Richardson, Paul SEA WR

Overall Strategy

Shades of zero-RB, hammer home the wideouts, sit on QB and TE

Best Pick(s)

Stephon Diggs, 5.05, WR28 – I’m not entirely sure how last year’s per-game WR15 fell 13 spots in this draft. He caught 6.5 passes a game in his breakout, and his volume outlook didn’t really change, so why the concern? What’s scary is that Diggs claims to have posted that WR15 mark while battling a nagging groin injury for most of the year. That might not mean much (or anything), but a discrepancy of this magnitude is jarring and strikes me as silly. I’m not one to question my fellow Footballguys, but why the hesitation? Drafters opted for the old, the oft-injured, and the downright unreliable over Diggs, arguably the latest-taken receiver bearing a true chance at 100 receptions. Jeff wisely snapped his slide in Round 5, cementing the league’s strongest WR stable by a mile or two.

Worst Pick(s)

Doug Martin, 6.08, RB24 – It’s not that I hate the zero-RB approach – I love it, actually – and it’s not that I don’t think Martin has a chance to serve as a reliable RB2 after his suspension. But I see so much upside on the table that Jeff passed on here. Martin will likely return in Game 4 to a somewhat logjammed backfield, and as one of the league’s worst receiving backs, I doubt he’ll recoup much passing-game work. He could very well max out as a two-down interior runner upon his return, and considering his ultra-shaky resume, neither his ceiling nor his floor look very sexy. Jeff could’ve scooped Mike Gillislee, Danny Woodhead, or one of a handful of other cheap RB2 types – guys who project to play the whole year and profile a little better in terms of touchdown opportunity and/or PPR production.

Evaluation

I love Jeff’s WR-robust approach, and the fact that he stocked up on RBs with bell cow upside. Cobbling together a RB corps that way is very doable, and the technique is insulated when the drafter amasses this much WR dynamism. There’s potential for this roster to take down an MFL10 almost entirely on the strength of its wideouts.

Draft Slot 6 - Dan Hindery

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.06 6 Beckham, Odell NYG WR
2.07 19 Ajayi, Jay MIA RB
3.06 30 Thomas, Demaryius DEN WR
4.07 43 Mixon, Joe CIN RB (R)
5.06 54 Olsen, Greg CAR TE
6.07 67 Garcon, Pierre SFO WR
7.06 78 Woodhead, Danny BAL RB
8.07 91 Wilson, Russell SEA QB
9.06 102 Prosise, C.J. SEA RB
10.07 115 Newton, Cam CAR QB
11.06 126 Britt, Kenny CLE WR
12.07 139 Doctson, Josh WAS WR
13.06 150 Stills, Kenny MIA WR
14.07 163 Brate, Cameron TBB TE
15.06 174 Charles, Jamaal DEN RB
16.07 187 Sanu, Mohamed ATL WR
17.06 198 Ravens, Baltimore BAL Def
18.07 211 Chargers, Los Angeles LAC Def
19.06 222 Falcons, Atlanta ATL Def
20.07 235 Rogers, Chester IND WR

Overall Strategy

Ultra-balanced and value-based, with all starting offensive slots filled by Round 7, pay up at QB

Best Pick(s)

Kenny Britt, 11.06, WR57 & Cameron Brate, 14.07, TE25 – I can’t decide which was the stronger and more glaring steal here. Dan somehow pulled Britt at WR57, a full 36 spots below his 2016 finish. How did this happen? Britt isn’t the most dependable performer out there, but his move to Cleveland should be lateral at worst, and it’s hard to envision fewer than 125-135 targets going his way. WR57 is laughably low for that kind of volume outlook. As for Brate, I’m on the bandwagon for a top-15 TE finish, so I’m loving this value as well. He’s got a strong connection with Jameis Winston, he produces touchdowns at a high level (11 on just 81 career catches), and his only competition is a particularly raw rookie. First-year TEs rarely produce much, and Howard wasn’t used extensively in college; his learning curve looks relatively sharp. I’m fully expecting Brate to again top 50 catches and 6-7 scores.

Worst Pick(s)

Greg Olsen, 5.06, TE4 – It’s nitpicky, but I didn’t love Dan’s Olsen pick. To me, this was drafting at a guy’s absolute ceiling, which I try to avoid doing with older players. Besides, with a TE class as volatile as this one, I’m almost always looking to wait if I miss out on the top few options. Only a handful of guys look poised to threaten for TE1 status this year, and Olsen isn’t one of them; his floor looks stable in the TE4-7 range but his ceiling doesn’t extend beyond that. Dan passed on a number of too-cheap flex guys to chase him. Still, in my eyes, it’s just one tiny black mark on an otherwise great value-based draft.

Evaluation

Dan clearly wasn’t swayed by any position-heavy or position-light strategies, opting instead to follow his value projections and fill his lineup quickly. He certainly loaded up on high-volume, high-floor guys; his RB1, WR1, WR2, WR3, and TE1 project near the league leaders in usage. That kind of stability allowed Dan to target calculated stabs down the road, like C.J. Prosise in Round 9 and Jamaal Charles in Round 15. It’s a nice, safe mixture he’s put together here.

Draft Slot 7 - Matt Bitonti

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.07 7 Gurley, Todd LAR RB
2.06 18 Howard, Jordan CHI RB
3.07 31 Reed, Jordan WAS TE
4.06 42 Allen, Keenan LAC WR
5.07 55 Davis, Corey TEN WR (R)
6.06 66 Carr, Derek OAK QB
7.07 79 Enunwa, Quincy NYJ WR
8.06 90 Mariota, Marcus TEN QB
9.07 103 White, Kevin CHI WR
10.06 114 Kamara, Alvin NOS RB (R)
11.07 127 Fuller, Will HOU WR
12.06 138 Howard, O.J. TBB TE (R)
13.07 151 Gabriel, Taylor ATL WR
14.06 162 Engram, Evan NYG TE (R)
15.07 175 Mitchell, Malcolm NEP WR
16.06 186 Mack, Marlon IND RB (R)
17.07 199 Nelson, J.J. ARI WR
18.06 210 Washington, DeAndre OAK RB
19.07 223 Buccaneers, Tampa Bay TBB Def
20.06 234 Jets, New York NYJ Def

Overall Strategy

Attack RB early, then piece together high ceilings at WR, pay up at QB

Best Pick(s)

Will Fuller, 11.07, WR58 – Man, do I love Fuller. He was arguably last season’s top wideout prospect by many reputable metrics, and if Houston’s QB play improves in 2017 then Fuller’s outlook soars. He’s exceptionally fast, he produced yardage and touchdowns at an ungodly level at Notre Dame, and his NFL debut was more impressive than is being given credit for. His rookie-year concerns hardly bother me at all. Fuller is quite young – just 22 at the start of his second season – and dropped passes aren’t much of a concern in my eyes. Drops are, generally speaking, a highly variable stat from year to year, and it doesn’t seem to predict much by way of future volume or efficiency; it affects all receivers, even the elites. Fuller was charged with dropping 5.4% of his rookie targets, a lower rate than we saw from Mike Evans, Amari Cooper, Michael Crabtree, Davante Adams, Mike Wallace, and a host of other high-volume, high-production guys the previous year. How’d their 2016s go? And are you shying away from them going forward?

Worst Pick(s)

Corey Davis, 5.07, WR29 – Look, I love Davis the Prospect. He checks just about all of the boxes I want from a rookie: He’s big, he’s athletic, he was mega-productive in school, and he was drafted high. He’s a fantastic dynasty prospect, and he does carry the ability to shine as a rookie. But I don’t think he’ll have the opportunity. This is suddenly one crowded Titans receiving corps, and I’m not sure how Davis fits into it as a rookie. Rishard Matthews was obscenely efficient and productive last year; he, Eric Decker, and Delanie Walker are far too good to be pushed into the margins. And that’s precisely what would need to happen for Davis to return on WR29 value. Even if we project the Titans to leap forward majorly in passing volume, it’s hard to project them beyond the middle of the league in attempts. To outproduce guys like Willie Snead, Emmanuel Sanders, and Jamison Crowder, Davis will need a ton of happenstance to fall his way right out of the gate. I applaud Matt’s aggressive mindset, but I think it was just far too early for this leap.

Evaluation

Matt clearly wants to ride the wave of 2016’s RB-happy finishes. I can’t argue too much with that, especially considering that his first two RB picks project for massive volume. Neither Todd Gurley nor Jordan Howard has much by way of competing talent, and both should be offensive focal points for their respective teams; 300 touches looks very doable for each. That’s a strong foundation to build on; I would’ve been a hard “out” on this roster had he opted to open with, say, Devonta Freeman and DeMarco Murray. Matt took a lot of chances at WR, but there should be plenty of floor there for a competitive roster, assuming that early RB investment holds value.

As a side note, I’ll say that this draft bodes well for Gurley’s outlook. Matt is Footballguys’ preeminent voice on offensive lines, so his vote of confidence in Gurley suggests he’s more or less on board with the Rams’ 2017 front unit.

Draft Slot 8 - Mark Wimer

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.08 8 McCoy, LeSean BUF RB
2.05 17 Murray, DeMarco TEN RB
3.08 32 Hill, Tyreek KCC WR
4.05 41 Tate, Golden DET WR
5.08 56 Benjamin, Kelvin CAR WR
6.05 65 Abdullah, Ameer DET RB
7.08 80 Williams, Tyrell LAC WR
8.05 89 Thielen, Adam MIN WR
9.08 104 Wallace, Mike BAL WR
10.05 113 Fleener, Coby NOS TE
11.08 128 Perriman, Breshad BAL WR
12.05 137 Manning, Eli NYG QB
13.08 152 Fiedorowicz, C.J. HOU TE
14.05 161 Thompson, Chris WAS RB
15.08 176 Flacco, Joe BAL QB
16.05 185 Bradford, Sam MIN QB
17.08 200 Panthers, Carolina CAR Def
18.05 209 Packers, Green Bay GBP Def
19.08 224 Dorsett, Phillip IND WR
20.05 233 Swoope, Erik IND TE

Overall Strategy

Win the flex and punt the rest

Best Pick(s)

Tyrell Williams, 7.08, WR40 – Here’s a potential league-winner. Williams’ 2016 breakout was downright sexy, though many expect it to wane in 2017. I really don’t. Keenan Allen returns to the lineup, of course, but I still project plenty of attention for the outside guys (Williams, Dontrelle Inman, and rookie Mike Williams). I’m expecting Travis Benjamin’s offensive usage to tumble to accommodate that. Besides, Allen’s extensive injury history teases strong WR2 upside for whoever remains standing. The Chargers offense is traditionally loath to use four-wide sets; they were dead last in the league in such snaps last year, after all. If that holds at all, it locks in Williams as a top-four option on virtually every passing snap. Granted, the offensive coaching staff has changed, but I don’t foresee some massive personnel/usage shakeup in Philip Rivers’ age-35/36 season.

Worst Pick(s)

Tyreek Hill, 3.08, WR16 – I don’t hate Hill a bit, but WR16 looks awfully ambitious for such an unproven guy – especially one who’s somewhat miscast as a target-dominating No. 1 wideout. Even though he looks like the de facto top wideout in Kansas City, Mark passed on several proven No. 1 types with much easier pathways to 120 targets. Hill will battle for attention with target vacuum Travis Kelce, and the reserve wideouts look to get more involved with Jeremy Maclin out of the picture. And his rookie touchdown rates seem difficult to repeat. Hill’s ceiling is relatively solid, thanks to the sorry state of that WR corps, but it’s not on the level of a Sammy Watkins or an Alshon Jeffery – two guys with more proven track records of high-volume, high-efficiency seasons.

Evaluation

I certainly love that Mark punted the QB and TE spots here. He’s looking to win with his flex spot – a strategy that makes a ton of sense, considering the wild variability we see from the flexes from roster to roster. I may have gone a little more WR-robust – especially in the first two rounds – but there’s not much to dislike about his roster construction. He boasts several weekly WR starter candidates, enough RBs to fill in the gaps, and solid quarterbacking culled from the tail end of the draft.

Draft Slot 9 - Ryan Hester

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.09 9 Gordon, Melvin LAC RB
2.04 16 Bryant, Dez DAL WR
3.09 33 Crowell, Isaiah CLE RB
4.04 40 Lynch, Marshawn OAK RB
5.09 57 Snead, Willie NOS WR
6.04 64 Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR
7.09 81 Lacy, Eddie SEA RB
8.04 88 Jackson, DeSean TBB WR
9.09 105 Meredith, Cameron CHI WR
10.04 112 Matthews, Rishard TEN WR
11.09 129 West, Terrance BAL RB
12.04 136 Hooper, Austin ATL TE
13.09 153 Bortles, Blake JAC QB
14.04 160 Cook, Jared OAK TE
15.09 177 Clay, Charles BUF TE
16.04 184 Watson, Deshaun HOU QB (R)
17.09 201 Hoyer, Brian SFO QB
18.04 208 Bengals, Cincinnati CIN Def
19.09 225 Anderson, Robby NYJ WR
20.04 232 Titans, Tennessee TEN Def

Overall Strategy

Win the flex and mega-punt the rest

Best Pick(s)

Melvin Gordon, 1.09, RB6 & Rishard Matthews, 10.04, WR51 – Where to start? I’ll heap some praise on Ryan for landing two of my most discussed guys at below market value. Gordon is, in my eyes, the clear-cut RB4 on the board, and barring injury I’d be shocked if he doesn’t challenge for the league lead in touches. And furthermore, I’ll boldly state that I see the gap between him and RB5 LeSean McCoy as narrower than the gap between him and the consensus top three. Gordon is a three-down volume sponge who both catches a boatload of passes and dominates the Chargers’ short-yardage offense; his 2016 PPR and touchdown totals were league-tilting even as he missed almost four whole games. Injury history aside – yes, most of his RB1 peers have injury histories as well – Gordon looks like a clear top-5 pick to me. Ryan was wise to pull the trigger there. I also love the pick of Matthews, who was extremely efficient in his first year as a Titan and, in my eyes, stakes the strongest claim to the No. 1 role in 2017. Productive up and down the field and in the red zone, Matthews’ 65-945-9 line looks like a fair bet going forward, provided the Tennessee passing game steps in volume as expected. With the additions of Corey Davis and Eric Decker, fantasy drafters are flocking away from Matthews, so Ryan scored excellent value here. The WR51 slot is just absurd.

Worst Pick(s)

Marshawn Lynch, 4.04, RB16 – I just can’t get on board with Lynch at this ADP. It’s not just his advanced age, nor his exceptionally punished body. We can’t forget that this backfield was stocked in last year’s draft with two dynamic, athletic dual threats. It’s hard to believe Lynch will not only excel, but also keep Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington glued to the sidelines. I expect him to lose plenty of passing-down work, with modest-to-moderate success as a grinder and extensive risk for injury or even re-retirement. In a best-case scenario, Lynch looks like a “two-and-a-half-down” plodder with strong touchdown appeal – 10-12 scores wouldn’t surprise me – but his floor is exceptionally low. Our Adam Harstad has tirelessly discussed fantasy prospects playing on their last legs, namely here and here, where he concludes that 31-year-old RBs are likely not long for the NFL and rarely produce well on their way out. I just loved Ryan’s draft, but I would have opted for more upside here. Rookies Joe Mixon and Christian McCaffrey, for example, carry similar floors but arguably stronger ceilings – and neither are anywhere close to 31.

Evaluation

Ryan’s attack-the-flex draft was similar to Mark’s from Slot 8, but cranked to 11 by a more shrewd version of Nigel Tufnel. Ryan didn’t target a QB until Round 13 (QB21), and he cobbled together late-late-round TEs with a blend of volume (Charles Clay) and touchdown (Austin Hooper) opportunity. Like Mark, Ryan is looking to dominate with his flex spot, and that’s a very viable play with this kind of RB/WR talent. His guys boast floors and ceilings that run with the best of them.

Draft Slot 10 - Jeff Haseley

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.10 10 Evans, Mike TBB WR
2.03 15 Hilton, T.Y. IND WR
3.10 34 Watkins, Sammy BUF WR
4.03 39 Cook, Dalvin MIN RB (R)
5.10 58 Crowder, Jamison WAS WR
6.03 63 Coleman, Tevin ATL RB
7.10 82 Perine, Samaje WAS RB (R)
8.03 87 Brown, John ARI WR
9.10 106 Ertz, Zach PHI TE
10.03 111 Kelley, Rob WAS RB
11.10 130 Rivers, Philip LAC QB
12.03 135 Stewart, Jonathan CAR RB
13.10 154 Murray, Latavius MIN RB
14.03 159 Allen, Dwayne NEP TE
15.10 178 Samuel, Curtis CAR WR (R)
16.03 183 Tannehill, Ryan MIA QB
17.10 202 Giants, New York NYG Def
18.03 207 Eagles, Philadelphia PHI Def
19.10 226 Watson, Ben BAL TE
20.03 231 Smith, Alex KCC QB

Overall Strategy

Win the flex – with a definitive WR lean – and punt the rest

Best Pick(s)

Tevin Coleman, 6.03, RB22 – I’m not the world’s biggest fan of Coleman – he’s a one-dimensional runner who’s not elusive at all – and I definitely expect regression from the Atlanta offense. But RB22 is markedly low to snag him. Coleman sees near-RB2 usage on his own (11.6 touches per game, with solid red-zone and receiving workloads), and an injury to Devonta Freeman would make him an immediate RB1 without looking back. No, we shouldn’t be playing the “what if injuries?” game and chasing handcuffs, but Coleman is no mere handcuff, and he came much cheaper than some of the serious RB2 question marks out there. Someone will need to explain to me why Ty Montgomery, whose ceiling isn’t as sexy as Coleman’s 16-game floor, came off the board two rounds earlier.

Worst Pick(s)

Samaje Perine, 7.10, RB31 & Rob Kelley, 10.03, RB39 – I don’t fault Jeff for chasing workhorses, but this was a bit rich for my tastes. Even if one of them (almost certainly Perine) runs away with the starting job in Washington, he likely wouldn’t make a huge fantasy dent. In 2016, Kelley only topped 15 points in 3 of his 9 starts, and neither he nor Perine would steal any appreciable receiving work away from Chris Thompson. I’m only seeing a RB30 or so ceiling for either of these guys, so I don’t find the combo package worthy of 2 picks over the first 10 rounds.

Evaluation

Again we see a late drafter target the flex spot heavily. Jeff spent his first 8 picks and 9 of his first 10 on RBs and WRs in an attempt to outdo the field every week from his flex. Considering his strong mix of ceiling and floor, it was a pretty solid play. Jeff focused on high-high-volume wideouts and a cast of RBs one injury/benching away from true workhorse status. I also love his late-round upside stabs; Curtis Samuel could conceivably register 60 catches and a Percy Harvin-esque load of peripheral touches as a rookie.

Draft Slot 11 - Stephen Holloway

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.11 11 Green, A.J. CIN WR
2.02 14 Nelson, Jordy GBP WR
3.11 35 Jeffery, Alshon PHI WR
4.02 38 Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR
5.11 59 Ingram, Mark NOS RB
6.02 62 Brees, Drew NOS QB
7.11 83 Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE
8.02 86 Powell, Bilal NYJ RB
9.11 107 Winston, Jameis TBB QB
10.02 110 Dixon, Kenneth BAL RB
11.11 131 Lee, Marqise JAC WR
12.02 134 Johnson, Duke CLE RB
13.11 155 Bernard, Giovani CIN RB
14.02 158 Witten, Jason DAL TE
15.11 179 Beasley, Cole DAL WR
16.02 182 Cardinals, Arizona ARI Def
17.11 203 Williams, Jamaal GBP RB (R)
18.02 206 Smith-Schuster, JuJu PIT WR (R)
19.11 227 Hogan, Chris NEP WR
20.02 230 Booker, Devontae DEN RB

Overall Strategy

Exceptionally WR-robust, pay up at QB, cobble together a RB corps with high-ceiling options

Best Pick(s)

Bilal Powell, 8.02, RB33 & Devontae Booker, 20.02, RB66 – Everyone is down on Powell, who’s perceived as an aging, mediocre talent on a downright bad football team. It’s true that Powell is no Todd Gurley from a talent standpoint, and the Jets are unlikely to provide him with much touchdown opportunity. But his skillset is diverse, and his workload often borders on the hefty – far too valuable for Round 8 of a PPR best-ball league. Matt Forte is much older, of course, and the Jets “boast” very little backfield talent to compete with the three-down Powell, who cranked out games of 22, 35, and 27 points down the 2016 stretch. He looks poised to flirt with this Round 8 value even when Forte is healthy, and if (when?) he goes down, Powell looks like a weekly RB2+. Booker coming in the final round was just a gift from the MFL10 gods. He could be every bit as talented as incumbent starter C.J. Anderson, and his dual-threat ability all but ensures he’ll see the field far more than most RB66 picks. Considering Anderson’s 2016 struggles, Booker could even find himself leading the backfield, if only marginally, by midseason. This draft spot, which eliminates Booker’s floor, is far too cheap.

Worst Pick(s)

Jameis Winston, 9.11, QB8 – It’s not that I’m down on Winston, whom I project as a top-10 QB for 2017. It’s that I don’t think he’s necessary on a roster that already boasts a top-level option. With Drew Brees in the fold at a Round 6 cost, I feel Stephen overextended to scoop Winston. He won’t factor into Stephen’s scoring most weeks – consider that Brees outscored Winston in 9 of their 14 common weeks last year – and even when he does, the margin won’t be great. I doubt it’ll approach the opportunity cost of taking both. Stephen could’ve had Tevin Coleman or Emmanuel Sanders in place of Brees, for example, and scored relatively similarly at QB with just Winston.

Evaluation

Stephen was bold in his early targeting of wideouts, and in my eyes he compensated with several strong RB calls. He looks poised to do serious WR damage and piece together plenty of RB scoring to compete. He focused on underpriced backs with three-down potential, so I like his chances of hanging solid scoring week by week. Aside from a possible overvaluing of QBs, there are few to no blemishes on Stephen’s draft.

Draft Slot 12 - Chris Feery

PICK OVR SELECTION
1.12 12 Freeman, Devonta ATL RB
2.01 13 Thomas, Michael NOS WR
3.12 36 Landry, Jarvis MIA WR
4.01 37 Hyde, Carlos SFO RB
5.12 60 Edelman, Julian NEP WR
6.01 61 Ware, Spencer KCC RB
7.12 84 Blount, LeGarrette PHI RB
8.01 85 Maclin, Jeremy BAL WR
9.12 108 Ryan, Matt ATL QB
10.01 109 Doyle, Jack IND TE
11.12 132 Prescott, Dak DAL QB
12.01 133 Thomas, Julius MIA TE
13.12 156 Hill, Jeremy CIN RB
14.01 157 Austin, Tavon LAR WR
15.12 180 Patriots, New England NEP Def
16.01 181 Everett, Gerald LAR TE (R)
17.12 204 Steelers, Pittsburgh PIT Def
18.01 205 Goff, Jared LAR QB
19.12 228 Stewart, ArDarius NYJ WR (R)
20.01 229 Bills, Buffalo BUF Def

Overall Strategy

Ultra-balanced and value-based, with an eye on the unpopular

Best Pick(s)

Michael Thomas, 2.01, WR6 – This was a gutsy move, taking Thomas over the Jordy Nelson/T.Y. Hilton/Dez Bryant contingent, but I’m pretty firmly on board. Thomas was Drew Brees’ top option as a rookie, and Brandin Cooks has left town, theoretically freeing up a ton of downfield work. Now, Thomas’ ceiling might be a bit lower than many think – New Orleans wideouts never really threaten 100 catches due to Brees’ balanced distribution. Still, Thomas may be the most gifted all-around No. 1 that Brees has ever thrown to, which counts for something. This is also a particularly weak WR corps, with only complementary and replacement types behind Thomas and Willie Snead. If Brees is going to throw somewhere around 650 passes – and he almost certainly is – then Thomas projects to a low-end WR1’s volume. That’s made sexier by his extreme efficiency (an eye-popping 76.0% catch rate as a rookie, plus a 9.8% touchdown rate on a hefty red zone diet) and nudges him into top-5 consideration.

Worst Pick(s)

Julian Edelman, 5.12, WR33 – Edelman’s demise isn’t exactly set in stone with Brandin Cooks in town and Rob Gronkowski. This actually isn’t a terrible pick at all; Edelman could conceivably remain Brady’s top non-Gronkowski target, and even if he doesn’t, he could certainly produce a few big-reception weeks that make hay in best-ball. Still, he’s a relatively low-ceiling guy for this tier. Edelman doesn’t produce much by way of yardage or touchdowns, and even if he reaches 80 receptions he’d be a fairly uninspiring option. Chris chose Edelman over the likes of Emmanuel Sanders and Pierre Garcon, who both project to far superior numbers in a vacuum, as well as Randall Cobb, who looks to boast a similar floor but a stronger ceiling.

Evaluation

Chris’ goal was clearly to scoop up the falling debris that’s shaken loose from previously high ADPs. Before the NFL Draft, both Carlos Hyde and Spencer Ware were coming markedly more expensive than what Chris paid, yet both still boast RB1/2 upside if their veteran wiles keep them as NFL bell cows. Edelman fits that category as well; he’s going largely ignored as a WR3, but carries a real WR2 ceiling. It’s a risky dance, but when it hits, it hits big in terms of value. All told, I like what Chris did here. He looks to have added enough predictable consistency to offset much of that risk.

Full Draft

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PICK OVR FRANCHISE SELECTION
1.01 1 Bear Heiser Johnson, David ARI RB
1.02 2 Maurile Tremblay Elliott, Ezekiel DAL RB
1.03 3 Scott Bischoff Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB
1.04 4 Ari Ingel Brown, Antonio PIT WR
1.05 5 Jeff Tefertiller Jones, Julio ATL WR
1.06 6 Dan Hindery Beckham, Odell NYG WR
1.07 7 Matt Bitonti Gurley, Todd LAR RB
1.08 8 Mark Wimer McCoy, LeSean BUF RB
1.09 9 Ryan Hester Gordon, Melvin LAC RB
1.10 10 Jeff Haseley Evans, Mike TBB WR
1.11 11 Stephen Holloway Green, A.J. CIN WR
1.12 12 Chris Feery Freeman, Devonta ATL RB
2.01 13 Chris Feery Thomas, Michael NOS WR
2.02 14 Stephen Holloway Nelson, Jordy GBP WR
2.03 15 Jeff Haseley Hilton, T.Y. IND WR
2.04 16 Ryan Hester Bryant, Dez DAL WR
2.05 17 Mark Wimer Murray, DeMarco TEN RB
2.06 18 Matt Bitonti Howard, Jordan CHI RB
2.07 19 Dan Hindery Ajayi, Jay MIA RB
2.08 20 Jeff Tefertiller Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR
2.09 21 Ari Ingel Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE
2.10 22 Scott Bischoff Cooper, Amari OAK WR
2.11 23 Maurile Tremblay Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB
2.12 24 Bear Heiser Kelce, Travis KCC TE
3.01 25 Bear Heiser Cooks, Brandin NEP WR
3.02 26 Maurile Tremblay Baldwin, Doug SEA WR
3.03 27 Scott Bischoff Miller, Lamar HOU RB
3.04 28 Ari Ingel Fournette, Leonard JAC RB (R)
3.05 29 Jeff Tefertiller Robinson, Allen JAC WR
3.06 30 Dan Hindery Thomas, Demaryius DEN WR
3.07 31 Matt Bitonti Reed, Jordan WAS TE
3.08 32 Mark Wimer Hill, Tyreek KCC WR
3.09 33 Ryan Hester Crowell, Isaiah CLE RB
3.10 34 Jeff Haseley Watkins, Sammy BUF WR
3.11 35 Stephen Holloway Jeffery, Alshon PHI WR
3.12 36 Chris Feery Landry, Jarvis MIA WR
4.01 37 Chris Feery Hyde, Carlos SFO RB
4.02 38 Stephen Holloway Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR
4.03 39 Jeff Haseley Cook, Dalvin MIN RB (R)
4.04 40 Ryan Hester Lynch, Marshawn OAK RB
4.05 41 Mark Wimer Tate, Golden DET WR
4.06 42 Matt Bitonti Allen, Keenan LAC WR
4.07 43 Dan Hindery Mixon, Joe CIN RB (R)
4.08 44 Jeff Tefertiller Montgomery, Ty GBP RB
4.09 45 Ari Ingel Crabtree, Michael OAK WR
4.10 46 Scott Bischoff Brady, Tom NEP QB
4.11 47 Maurile Tremblay McCaffrey, Christian CAR RB (R)
4.12 48 Bear Heiser Luck, Andrew IND QB
5.01 49 Bear Heiser Pryor, Terrelle WAS WR
5.02 50 Maurile Tremblay Adams, Davante GBP WR
5.03 51 Scott Bischoff Moncrief, Donte IND WR
5.04 52 Ari Ingel Bryant, Martavis PIT WR
5.05 53 Jeff Tefertiller Diggs, Stefon MIN WR
5.06 54 Dan Hindery Olsen, Greg CAR TE
5.07 55 Matt Bitonti Davis, Corey TEN WR (R)
5.08 56 Mark Wimer Benjamin, Kelvin CAR WR
5.09 57 Ryan Hester Snead, Willie NOS WR
5.10 58 Jeff Haseley Crowder, Jamison WAS WR
5.11 59 Stephen Holloway Ingram, Mark NOS RB
5.12 60 Chris Feery Edelman, Julian NEP WR
6.01 61 Chris Feery Ware, Spencer KCC RB
6.02 62 Stephen Holloway Brees, Drew NOS QB
6.03 63 Jeff Haseley Coleman, Tevin ATL RB
6.04 64 Ryan Hester Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR
6.05 65 Mark Wimer Abdullah, Ameer DET RB
6.06 66 Matt Bitonti Carr, Derek OAK QB
6.07 67 Dan Hindery Garcon, Pierre SFO WR
6.08 68 Jeff Tefertiller Martin, Doug TBB RB
6.09 69 Ari Ingel Anderson, C.J. DEN RB
6.10 70 Scott Bischoff Eifert, Tyler CIN TE
6.11 71 Maurile Tremblay Cobb, Randall GBP WR
6.12 72 Bear Heiser Perkins, Paul NYG RB
7.01 73 Bear Heiser Parker, DeVante MIA WR
7.02 74 Maurile Tremblay Graham, Jimmy SEA TE
7.03 75 Scott Bischoff Gillislee, Mike NEP RB
7.04 76 Ari Ingel Marshall, Brandon NYG WR
7.05 77 Jeff Tefertiller Henry, Derrick TEN RB
7.06 78 Dan Hindery Woodhead, Danny BAL RB
7.07 79 Matt Bitonti Enunwa, Quincy NYJ WR
7.08 80 Mark Wimer Williams, Tyrell LAC WR
7.09 81 Ryan Hester Lacy, Eddie SEA RB
7.10 82 Jeff Haseley Perine, Samaje WAS RB (R)
7.11 83 Stephen Holloway Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE
7.12 84 Chris Feery Blount, LeGarrette PHI RB
8.01 85 Chris Feery Maclin, Jeremy BAL WR
8.02 86 Stephen Holloway Powell, Bilal NYJ RB
8.03 87 Jeff Haseley Brown, John ARI WR
8.04 88 Ryan Hester Jackson, DeSean TBB WR
8.05 89 Mark Wimer Thielen, Adam MIN WR
8.06 90 Matt Bitonti Mariota, Marcus TEN QB
8.07 91 Dan Hindery Wilson, Russell SEA QB
8.08 92 Jeff Tefertiller Riddick, Theo DET RB
8.09 93 Ari Ingel Peterson, Adrian NOS RB
8.10 94 Scott Bischoff Walker, Delanie TEN TE
8.11 95 Maurile Tremblay Henry, Hunter LAC TE
8.12 96 Bear Heiser Gore, Frank IND RB
9.01 97 Bear Heiser Decker, Eric TEN WR
9.02 98 Maurile Tremblay Coleman, Corey CLE WR
9.03 99 Scott Bischoff Jones, Marvin DET WR
9.04 100 Ari Ingel Ebron, Eric DET TE
9.05 101 Jeff Tefertiller Bennett, Martellus GBP TE
9.06 102 Dan Hindery Prosise, C.J. SEA RB
9.07 103 Matt Bitonti White, Kevin CHI WR
9.08 104 Mark Wimer Wallace, Mike BAL WR
9.09 105 Ryan Hester Meredith, Cameron CHI WR
9.10 106 Jeff Haseley Ertz, Zach PHI TE
9.11 107 Stephen Holloway Winston, Jameis TBB QB
9.12 108 Chris Feery Ryan, Matt ATL QB
10.01 109 Chris Feery Doyle, Jack IND TE
10.02 110 Stephen Holloway Dixon, Kenneth BAL RB
10.03 111 Jeff Haseley Kelley, Rob WAS RB
10.04 112 Ryan Hester Matthews, Rishard TEN WR
10.05 113 Mark Wimer Fleener, Coby NOS TE
10.06 114 Matt Bitonti Kamara, Alvin NOS RB (R)
10.07 115 Dan Hindery Newton, Cam CAR QB
10.08 116 Jeff Tefertiller Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB
10.09 117 Ari Ingel Cousins, Kirk WAS QB
10.10 118 Scott Bischoff Lockett, Tyler SEA WR
10.11 119 Maurile Tremblay Hunt, Kareem KCC RB (R)
10.12 120 Bear Heiser Williams, Mike LAC WR (R)
11.01 121 Bear Heiser Stafford, Matthew DET QB
11.02 122 Maurile Tremblay Matthews, Jordan PHI WR
11.03 123 Scott Bischoff Shepard, Sterling NYG WR
11.04 124 Ari Ingel Taylor, Tyrod BUF QB
11.05 125 Jeff Tefertiller Ginn Jr., Ted NOS WR
11.06 126 Dan Hindery Britt, Kenny CLE WR
11.07 127 Matt Bitonti Fuller, Will HOU WR
11.08 128 Mark Wimer Perriman, Breshad BAL WR
11.09 129 Ryan Hester West, Terrance BAL RB
11.10 130 Jeff Haseley Rivers, Philip LAC QB
11.11 131 Stephen Holloway Lee, Marqise JAC WR
11.12 132 Chris Feery Prescott, Dak DAL QB
12.01 133 Chris Feery Thomas, Julius MIA TE
12.02 134 Stephen Holloway Johnson, Duke CLE RB
12.03 135 Jeff Haseley Stewart, Jonathan CAR RB
12.04 136 Ryan Hester Hooper, Austin ATL TE
12.05 137 Mark Wimer Manning, Eli NYG QB
12.06 138 Matt Bitonti Howard, O.J. TBB TE (R)
12.07 139 Dan Hindery Doctson, Josh WAS WR
12.08 140 Jeff Tefertiller Dalton, Andy CIN QB
12.09 141 Ari Ingel Williams, Joe SFO RB (R)
12.10 142 Scott Bischoff Palmer, Carson ARI QB
12.11 143 Maurile Tremblay Wentz, Carson PHI QB
12.12 144 Bear Heiser Forte, Matt NYJ RB
13.01 145 Bear Heiser Treadwell, Laquon MIN WR
13.02 146 Maurile Tremblay Rawls, Thomas SEA RB
13.03 147 Scott Bischoff White, James NEP RB
13.04 148 Ari Ingel Woods, Robert LAR WR
13.05 149 Jeff Tefertiller James, Jesse PIT TE
13.06 150 Dan Hindery Stills, Kenny MIA WR
13.07 151 Matt Bitonti Gabriel, Taylor ATL WR
13.08 152 Mark Wimer Fiedorowicz, C.J. HOU TE
13.09 153 Ryan Hester Bortles, Blake JAC QB
13.10 154 Jeff Haseley Murray, Latavius MIN RB
13.11 155 Stephen Holloway Bernard, Giovani CIN RB
13.12 156 Chris Feery Hill, Jeremy CIN RB
14.01 157 Chris Feery Austin, Tavon LAR WR
14.02 158 Stephen Holloway Witten, Jason DAL TE
14.03 159 Jeff Haseley Allen, Dwayne NEP TE
14.04 160 Ryan Hester Cook, Jared OAK TE
14.05 161 Mark Wimer Thompson, Chris WAS RB
14.06 162 Matt Bitonti Engram, Evan NYG TE (R)
14.07 163 Dan Hindery Brate, Cameron TBB TE
14.08 164 Jeff Tefertiller Conley, Chris KCC WR
14.09 165 Ari Ingel Williams, Jonathan BUF RB
14.10 166 Scott Bischoff Rodgers, Jacquizz TBB RB
14.11 167 Maurile Tremblay Broncos, Denver DEN Def
14.12 168 Bear Heiser Njoku, David CLE TE (R)
15.01 169 Bear Heiser Texans, Houston HOU Def
15.02 170 Maurile Tremblay Ross, John CIN WR (R)
15.03 171 Scott Bischoff Hurns, Allen JAC WR
15.04 172 Ari Ingel Chiefs, Kansas City KCC Def
15.05 173 Jeff Tefertiller Foreman, D'Onta HOU RB (R)
15.06 174 Dan Hindery Charles, Jamaal DEN RB
15.07 175 Matt Bitonti Mitchell, Malcolm NEP WR
15.08 176 Mark Wimer Flacco, Joe BAL QB
15.09 177 Ryan Hester Clay, Charles BUF TE
15.10 178 Jeff Haseley Samuel, Curtis CAR WR (R)
15.11 179 Stephen Holloway Beasley, Cole DAL WR
15.12 180 Chris Feery Patriots, New England NEP Def
16.01 181 Chris Feery Everett, Gerald LAR TE (R)
16.02 182 Stephen Holloway Cardinals, Arizona ARI Def
16.03 183 Jeff Haseley Tannehill, Ryan MIA QB
16.04 184 Ryan Hester Watson, Deshaun HOU QB (R)
16.05 185 Mark Wimer Bradford, Sam MIN QB
16.06 186 Matt Bitonti Mack, Marlon IND RB (R)
16.07 187 Dan Hindery Sanu, Mohamed ATL WR
16.08 188 Jeff Tefertiller Burkhead, Rex NEP RB
16.09 189 Ari Ingel Vereen, Shane NYG RB
16.10 190 Scott Bischoff Seahawks, Seattle SEA Def
16.11 191 Maurile Tremblay Jones, Zay BUF WR (R)
16.12 192 Bear Heiser Sims, Charles TBB RB
17.01 193 Bear Heiser Shaheen, Adam CHI TE (R)
17.02 194 Maurile Tremblay Vikings, Minnesota MIN Def
17.03 195 Scott Bischoff McFadden, Darren DAL RB
17.04 196 Ari Ingel Smith, Torrey PHI WR
17.05 197 Jeff Tefertiller Rams, Los Angeles LAR Def
17.06 198 Dan Hindery Ravens, Baltimore BAL Def
17.07 199 Matt Bitonti Nelson, J.J. ARI WR
17.08 200 Mark Wimer Panthers, Carolina CAR Def
17.09 201 Ryan Hester Hoyer, Brian SFO QB
17.10 202 Jeff Haseley Giants, New York NYG Def
17.11 203 Stephen Holloway Williams, Jamaal GBP RB (R)
17.12 204 Chris Feery Steelers, Pittsburgh PIT Def
18.01 205 Chris Feery Goff, Jared LAR QB
18.02 206 Stephen Holloway Smith-Schuster, JuJu PIT WR (R)
18.03 207 Jeff Haseley Eagles, Philadelphia PHI Def
18.04 208 Ryan Hester Bengals, Cincinnati CIN Def
18.05 209 Mark Wimer Packers, Green Bay GBP Def
18.06 210 Matt Bitonti Washington, DeAndre OAK RB
18.07 211 Dan Hindery Chargers, Los Angeles LAC Def
18.08 212 Jeff Tefertiller Dolphins, Miami MIA Def
18.09 213 Ari Ingel Jaguars, Jacksonville JAC Def
18.10 214 Scott Bischoff Garoppolo, Jimmy NEP QB
18.11 215 Maurile Tremblay Sproles, Darren PHI RB
18.12 216 Bear Heiser Golladay, Kenny DET WR (R)
19.01 217 Bear Heiser Kupp, Cooper LAR WR (R)
19.02 218 Maurile Tremblay Gates, Antonio LAC TE
19.03 219 Scott Bischoff Raiders, Oakland OAK Def
19.04 220 Ari Ingel Gordon, Josh CLE WR
19.05 221 Jeff Tefertiller Jones, Aaron GBP RB (R)
19.06 222 Dan Hindery Falcons, Atlanta ATL Def
19.07 223 Matt Bitonti Buccaneers, Tampa Bay TBB Def
19.08 224 Mark Wimer Dorsett, Phillip IND WR
19.09 225 Ryan Hester Anderson, Robby NYJ WR
19.10 226 Jeff Haseley Watson, Ben BAL TE
19.11 227 Stephen Holloway Hogan, Chris NEP WR
19.12 228 Chris Feery Stewart, ArDarius NYJ WR (R)
20.01 229 Chris Feery Bills, Buffalo BUF Def
20.02 230 Stephen Holloway Booker, Devontae DEN RB
20.03 231 Jeff Haseley Smith, Alex KCC QB
20.04 232 Ryan Hester Titans, Tennessee TEN Def
20.05 233 Mark Wimer Swoope, Erik IND TE
20.06 234 Matt Bitonti Jets, New York NYJ Def
20.07 235 Dan Hindery Rogers, Chester IND WR
20.08 236 Jeff Tefertiller Richardson, Paul SEA WR
20.09 237 Ari Ingel Aiken, Kamar IND WR
20.10 238 Scott Bischoff Conner, James PIT RB (R)
20.11 239 Maurile Tremblay Yeldon, T.J. JAC RB
20.12 240 Bear Heiser Bears, Chicago CHI Def

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