Before training camp of the annual fantasy football calendar signal mock and real draft season. Mock drafts are an excellent exercise to work out strategies, get battle-tested, and refine player versus player decision-making as a clock ticks down. My go-to site to quickly join a mock draft is fantasyfootballcalculator.com.
- 12 Teams
- PPR Scoring, 6pt Passing TDs
- Start QB-2RB-2WR-TE-Flex
- Draft Position: 1.04
Like many years, 2019 feels ripe for waiting until the final rounds (or at least Round 10+) for a quarterback and a tight end in a start-one format. I am planning on going running back with a top-half draft position, like in this mock draft, with the back half of Round 1 more of a discussion between the next tier of running backs versus a top wide receiver. Being flexible with the ratio of running backs to wide receivers based on best player available is key within the opening five or six rounds.
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