Footballguys Mock Draft #12 IDP, PPR, 12 Teams

On August 19th, the Footballguys staff got together for their 12th draft of 2015. A 32-round IDP mock draft. Our Ryan Hester provides an unbiased summary of each team's draft.

On August 19th, the Footballguys staff completed a 12-team 32-round IDP, PPR mock draft. Below are the league's scoring and bylaws. 

League Parameters

  • 12 teams
  • 32 roster spots
  • Starting Lineup
    • 1 quarterback
    • 2 running backs
    • 3 wide receivers
    • 1 tight end
    • 1 offensive flex (running back, wide receiver, or tight end)
    • 1 defensive tackle
    • 2 defensive ends
    • 3 linebackers
    • 2 cornerbacks
    • 2 safeties
    • 1 defensive flex (defensive tackle, linebacker, cornerback or safety)

League Scoring

  • Offensive Players
    • 4 points - passing touchdown
    • 6 points - rushing/receiving touchdown
    • 1 point - reception
    • 0.04 points - passing yard
    • 0.1 points - rushing/receiving yard
  • Individual Defensive Players
    • 10 points - safety
    • 6 points - defensive or return touchdown
    • 6 points - blocked field goal
    • 6 points - blocked punt
    • 6 points - blocked extra point
    • 5 points - sack
    • 4 points - defensive interception
    • 3 points - fumble recovery
    • 3 points - forced fumble
    • 2 points - tackle
    • 1 point - assist
    • 2 points - pass defensed
    • 2 points - turnover forced
    • 2 points - safety
    • 1 point - sack

The Draft Order

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

1. Daniel Simpkins
2. Chris Feery
3. John Norton
4. Jene Bramel
5. Mark Wimer
6. Justin Howe
7. Aaron Rudnicki
8. Jason Wood
9. Bear Heiser
10. Sigmund Bloom
11. James Brimacombe
12. Matt Bitonti

Starting with Daniel Simpkins from the 1.01 spot, we will go over each person's selections in the mock draft.

Daniel Simpkins - Draft Position 1

Pick Ovr Selection
1.01 1 Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB
2.12 24 Gore, Frank IND RB
3.01 25 Evans, Mike TBB WR
4.12 48 Yeldon, T.J. JAC RB
5.01 49 Gurley, Todd STL RB
6.12 72 Spiller, C.J. NOS RB
7.01 73 Wallace, Mike MIN WR
8.12 96 Brown, John ARI WR
9.01 97 Floyd, Michael ARI WR
10.12 120 Wright, Kendall TEN WR
11.01 121 Eifert, Tyler CIN TE
12.12 144 Newton, Cam CAR QB
13.01 145 Worrilow, Paul ATL LB
14.12 168 Funchess, Devin CAR WR
15.01 169 Shazier, Ryan PIT LB
16.12 192 Perriman, Breshad BAL WR
17.01 193 Green-Beckham, Dorial TEN WR
18.12 216 Alexander, Kwon TBB LB
19.01 217 Barrington, Sam GBP LB
20.12 240 Liuget, Corey SDC DE
21.01 241 Lawrence, Demarcus DAL DE
22.12 264 Greenway, Chad MIN LB
23.01 265 Carradine, Cornellius SFO DE
24.12 288 Berry, Eric KCC S
25.01 289 Pryor, Calvin NYJ S
26.12 312 Te'o, Manti SDC LB
27.01 313 Crichton, Scott MIN DE
28.12 336 Whitner, Donte CLE S
29.01 337 Brockers, Michael STL DT
30.12 360 Walker, Tyrunn DET DT
31.01 361 Peters, Marcus KCC CB
32.12 384 Jones, Byron DAL CB

Strategy

Late-round QB, late-round IDPs.
 

Best Pick(s)

Simpkins grabbed value on some injured players or injury situations. Getting C.J. Spiller at 6.12 was a great selection. Even though Cam Newton just lost his top target, he's still not as bad the 12.12 position would suggest. Simpkins also grabbed Breshad Perriman at 16.12. Perriman's injury may linger into the regular season, but he'll return in the first month and could be a late-season difference-maker.
 

Items of Interest

In a 32-round draft, Simpkins only drafted one quarterback. 22 quarterbacks were selected, so the waiver wire won't exactly be plentiful.
 

Evaluation

The running back-heavy approach could leave some holes at wide receiver, but the IDPs are a nice mix of big-name players and lesser-known upside players whose defensive units will be on the field a lot. The "athletic freak" run of Funchess, Shazier, Perriman, and Green-Beckham could give this team a higher ceiling than it appears to have on the surface.
 

Chris Feery - Draft Position 2

Pick Ovr Selection
1.02 2 Charles, Jamaal KCC RB
2.11 23 Cobb, Randall GBP WR
3.02 26 Gordon, Melvin SDC RB
4.11 47 Cooper, Amari OAK WR
5.02 50 Watkins, Sammy BUF WR
6.11 71 Bernard, Giovani CIN RB
7.02 74 Posluszny, Paul JAC LB
8.11 95 Brees, Drew NOS QB
9.02 98 Collins, Jamie NEP LB
10.11 119 Johnson, Duke CLE RB
11.02 122 Ninkovich, Rob NEP DE
12.11 143 Cruz, Victor NYG WR
13.02 146 Rolle, Antrel CHI S
14.11 167 Witten, Jason DAL TE
15.02 170 Jackson, D'Qwell IND LB
16.11 191 Floyd, Sharrif MIN DT
17.02 194 Dorsett, Phillip IND WR
18.11 215 Helu, Roy OAK RB
19.02 218 Collins, Landon NYG S
20.11 239 Davis, Demario NYJ LB
21.02 242 Hall, Deangelo WAS CB
22.11 263 Long, Chris STL DE
23.02 266 Hankins, Johnathan NYG DT
24.11 287 McKelvin, Leodis BUF CB
25.02 290 Carr, Derek OAK QB
26.11 311 Allen, Javorius BAL RB
27.02 314 Hurns, Allen JAC WR
28.11 335 Waynes, Trae MIN CB
29.02 338 Hill, Josh NOS TE
30.11 359 Avril, Cliff SEA DE
31.02 362 Gilchrist, Marcus NYJ S
32.11 383 Kennard, Devon NYG LB

Strategy

Well-balanced positionally.
 

Best Pick(s)

Despite the New Orleans offense looking like a run-first unit, Drew Brees at 8.11 is a nice quarterback selection. And while the Josh Hill hype train has cooled off considerably since early in the summer, 29.02 is paying basically nothing for him. Grabbing Landon Collins at 19.02 is nice value too as the rookie should start for a safety-needy Giants team.
 

Items of Interest

Selecting only six wide receivers was an interesting move. It could leave Feery very thin if any of them are injured. It's also worth noting that only two of those receivers are the top options on their teams, and being the top option for offenses like Oakland and Buffalo isn't a hugely promising proposition.
 

Evaluation

This team is probably stronger on the defensive side of the ball with the receivers lacking depth and the running backs consisting of mainly pass-catchers/third-down backs after the first two.
 

John Norton - Draft Position 3

Pick Ovr Selection
1.03 3 Lacy, Eddie GBP RB
2.10 22 Hilton, T.Y. IND WR
3.03 27 Ingram, Mark NOS RB
4.10 46 Bennett, Martellus CHI TE
5.03 51 Murray, Latavius OAK RB
6.10 70 Maclin, Jeremy KCC WR
7.03 75 Jackson, Vincent TBB WR
8.10 94 Williams, Mario BUF DE
9.03 99 Griffen, Everson MIN DE
10.10 118 Burnett, Morgan GBP S
11.03 123 Smith, Harrison MIN S
12.10 142 Jenkins, Jelani MIA LB
13.03 147 Robinson, Keenan WAS LB
14.10 166 Boldin, Anquan SFO WR
15.03 171 Tannehill, Ryan MIA QB
16.10 190 Woodson, Charles OAK S
17.03 195 Gray, Jonas NEP RB
18.10 214 Butler, Donald SDC LB
19.03 219 Hitchens, Anthony DAL LB
20.10 238 Wheaton, Markus PIT WR
21.03 243 Palmer, Carson ARI QB
22.10 262 Bucannon, Deone ARI S
23.03 267 Rodgers, Richard GBP TE
24.10 286 McClellin, Shea CHI LB
25.03 291 Johnson, David ARI RB
26.10 310 Artis-Payne, Cameron CAR RB
27.03 315 Blanton, Robert MIN S
28.10 334 Douglas, Harry TEN WR
29.03 339 Shorts, Cecil HOU WR
30.10 358 Tuck, Justin OAK DE
31.03 363 Alexander, Frank CAR DE
32.10 382 Moody, Nick SFO LB

Strategy

Quarterback-by-Committee and mid-round defensive players.
 

Best Pick(s)

Selecting a pair of safeties in Morgan Burnett and Harrison Smith in Rounds 10 and 11 appears to be good value for our "IDP Guru." These players make tackles, defense passes, and will get some interceptions along the way. Despite his injury, David Johnson offers promise and comes at a cheap price tag of 25.03.
 

Items of Interest

Norton really wanted Mario Williams, selecting the Buffalo sack-master at 8.10. Some may view that as early, but Buffalo's defense has a chance to be very special under Rex Ryan and (as of this writing) will avoid one of their annual matchups with Tom Brady.
 

Evaluation

There's no questioning the guru on the defensive side of things, so I'll stick with the offense. This team is well-balanced. I like the quarterback tandem of Ryan Tannehill and Carson Palmer, but the selection of Martellus Bennett was early for my taste. The defense may need to carry the offense here.
 

Jene Bramel - Draft Position 4

Pick Ovr Selection
1.04 4 Watt, J.J. HOU DE
2.09 21 Forsett, Justin BAL RB
3.04 28 Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR
4.09 45 Johnson, Andre IND WR
5.04 52 Foster, Arian HOU RB
6.09 69 Jennings, Rashad NYG RB
7.04 76 Mack, Khalil OAK LB
8.09 93 White, Roddy ATL WR
9.04 100 Smith, Steve BAL WR
10.09 117 Manning, Peyton DEN QB
11.04 124 Jordan, Cameron NOS DE
12.09 141 McCoy, Gerald TBB DT
13.04 148 Matthews, Clay GBP LB
14.09 165 Gates, Antonio SDC TE
15.04 172 Dansby, Karlos CLE LB
16.09 189 Parker, DeVante MIA WR
17.04 196 Jones, Christian CHI LB
18.09 213 Anthony, Stephone NOS LB
19.04 220 Miller, Heath PIT TE
20.09 237 Mathieu, Tyrann ARI S
21.04 244 Dunbar, Lance DAL RB
22.09 261 Vaccaro, Kenny NOS S
23.04 268 Davis, Knile KCC RB
24.09 285 Huff, Josh PHI WR
25.04 292 Barr, Anthony MIN LB
26.09 309 Williamson, Avery TEN LB
27.04 316 Hayward, Casey GBP CB
28.09 333 Turbin, Robert SEA RB
29.04 340 Hillman, Ronnie DEN RB
30.09 357 Graham, Brandon PHI LB
31.04 364 Flacco, Joe BAL QB
32.09 381 Harris, Chris DEN CB

Strategy

Deep in the heart of Texans.
 

Best Pick(s)

Sure, Peyton Manning may not be the guys he was for 2013 and the early part of 2014, but there's no way he should have slid all the way out of the top 100. In fact, Jene did well backing up Manning as well with Joe Flacco in the second-to-last round.
 

Items of Interest

Jene threw down the gauntlet taking J.J. Watt at 1.04. No other IDP was taken until Luke Kuechly 4.02! The amount of Houston players is interesting, but the most interesting part of those selections is our Footballguys injury expert taking Arian Foster at 5.04 in any draft -- let alone one with IDPs being selected to push the typical offensive ADPs down. Perhaps the Foster injury won't be as bad as everyone thinks.
 

Evaluation

Normally, drafting three Houston players is not a path drafters should follow, but when one is J.J. Watt in an IDP draft and another is Arian Foster as a speculative mid-season "shot in the arm," things aren't as bad as they appear. The selection of Antonio Gates as TE1 despite his suspension is a nice one when backed up with Heath Miller who wil be fresh early in the year and playing on a potentially dominant offense. This is a very balanced team with a high ceiling on both sides of the ball.
 

Mark Wimer - Draft Position 5

Pick Ovr Selection
1.05 5 Brown, Antonio PIT WR
2.08 20 Graham, Jimmy SEA TE
3.05 29 Olsen, Greg CAR TE
4.08 44 David, Lavonte TBB LB
5.05 53 Mosley, C.J. BAL LB
6.08 68 Crowell, Isaiah CLE RB
7.05 77 Ivory, Chris NYJ RB
8.08 92 Smith, Torrey SFO WR
9.05 101 Hardy, Greg DAL DE
10.08 116 Kearse, Jermaine SEA WR
11.05 125 Jones, Reshad MIA S
12.08 140 Cobb, David TEN RB
13.05 149 McDonald, T.J. STL S
14.08 164 Ryan, Matt ATL QB
15.05 173 Manning, Eli NYG QB
16.08 188 Jones, Marvin CIN WR
17.05 197 Bush, Reggie SFO RB
18.08 212 Ngata, Haloti DET DT
19.05 221 Kikaha, Hau'oli NOS LB
20.08 236 Verner, Alterraun TBB CB
21.05 245 Joseph, Johnathan HOU CB
22.08 260 Smith, Jacquies TBB DE
23.05 269 Bennett, Michael SEA DE
24.08 284 Robinson, Khiry NOS RB
25.05 293 Coleman, Brandon NOS WR
26.08 308 Lemonier, Corey SFO LB
27.05 317 Hankerson, Leonard ATL WR
28.08 332 Galette, Junior WAS LB
29.05 341 Allen, Ricardo ATL S
30.08 356 Ginn Jr., Ted CAR WR
31.05 365 Clark, Frank SEA DE
32.08 380 Williams, Maxx BAL TE

Strategy

Corner the market on TE1s, fortify linebacking corps early.
 

Best Picks(s)

Lavonte Davind and C.J. Mosley highlight a rather curious group of early-to-mid-round draft picks.
 

Items of Interest

Selecting Jimmy Graham nearly a round ahead of his typical ADP was interesting. Following that up with Greg Olsen two rounds ahead of his was a head-scratcher as well. Wimer is clearly buying into Olsen being Carolina's clear number-one target. Another curious pick was the selection of Jermaine Kearse at 10.08. Kearse isn't being selected until Round 19 of offense-only drafts, so this pick had to be a shock to the other drafters.
 

Evaluation

If Wimer is correct on more players than the "marketplace" (i.e. ADP) is, then he'll have a serious edge. If not, this team may struggle as the wide receiver corps is weak after Antonio Brown with Torrey Smith and Kearse being the WR2 and WR3, respectively. At running back, the team is chock-full of plodders on poor offenses, which tends to be an uphill climb in any league -- let alone PPR.
 

Justin Howe - Draft Position 6

Pick Ovr Selection
1.06 6 Bryant, Dez DAL WR
2.07 19 Murray, DeMarco PHI RB
3.06 30 Miller, Lamar MIA RB
4.07 43 Hyde, Carlos SFO RB
5.06 54 Kelce, Travis KCC TE
6.07 67 Wagner, Bobby SEA LB
7.06 78 Jackson, DeSean WAS WR
8.07 91 Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB
9.06 102 Smith, Telvin JAC LB
10.07 115 Decker, Eric NYJ WR
11.06 126 Weddle, Eric SDC S
12.07 139 Vernon, Olivier MIA DE
13.06 150 Mathews, Ryan PHI RB
14.07 163 Colston, Marques NOS WR
15.06 174 Stills, Kenny MIA WR
16.07 187 Casey, Jurrell TEN DE
17.06 198 Marks, Sen'Derrick JAC DT
18.07 211 Williams, Andre NYG RB
19.06 222 Smith, Daryl BAL LB
20.07 235 Jenkins, Malcolm PHI S
21.06 246 Trevathan, Danny DEN LB
22.07 259 Talib, Aqib DEN CB
23.06 270 Kaepernick, Colin SFO QB
24.07 283 Jenkins, Janoris STL CB
25.06 294 Jones, Matt WAS RB
26.07 307 Suggs, Terrell BAL LB
27.06 318 Fairley, Nick STL DT
28.07 331 Clayborn, Adrian ATL DE
29.06 342 Chung, Patrick NEP S
30.07 355 Fleener, Coby IND TE
31.06 366 Lockett, Tyler SEA WR
32.07 379 Gregory, Randy DAL DE

Strategy

"Let the draft come to me."
 

Best Pick(s)

DeSean Jackson and Ben Roethlisberger in Rounds 7 and 8 will help this team in different ways, but both are value picks. Ryan Mathews in Round 13 was also a nice selection. Mathews is among the best "handcuffs" in fantasy football, and Howe happens to own DeMarco Murray, making this nice insurance.
 

Items of Interest

Howe selected exactly zero wide receivers from Round 16 through Round 30. He only has six on the roster, but his top five are all at least serviceable (headed up by an elite player in Dez Bryant). Round 30 for a co-starting tight end on perhaps the league's most potent offense seems like a very good price.
 

Evaluation

This draft looks like a prime example of not being tied to a specific plan. Nearly every pick makes sense according to market price, and rarely does Howe appear to reach. The balance of this draft is apparent.
 

Aaron Rudnicki - Draft Position 7

Pick Ovr Selection
1.07 7 Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE
2.06 18 Green, A.J. CIN WR
3.07 31 McCoy, LeSean BUF RB
4.06 42 Matthews, Jordan PHI WR
5.07 55 Quinn, Robert STL DE
6.06 66 Bowman, Navorro SFO LB
7.07 79 Vereen, Shane NYG RB
8.06 90 Marshall, Brandon NYJ WR
9.07 103 Coleman, Tevin ATL RB
10.06 114 Freeman, Devonta ATL RB
11.07 127 Kendricks, Mychal PHI LB
12.06 138 Hughes, Jerry BUF DE
13.07 151 Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR
14.06 162 Dareus, Marcell BUF DT
15.07 175 Brady, Tom NEP QB
16.06 186 Lofton, Curtis OAK LB
17.07 199 Church, Barry DAL S
18.06 210 McCourty, Jason TEN CB
19.07 223 Bridgewater, Teddy MIN QB
20.06 234 Griffin, Michael TEN S
21.07 247 Freeman, Jerrell IND LB
22.06 258 Baldwin, Doug SEA WR
23.07 271 Johnson, Michael CIN DE
24.06 282 Daniels, Owen DEN TE
25.07 295 Jackson, Fred BUF RB
26.06 306 Gipson, Tashaun CLE S
27.07 319 Grimes, Brent MIA CB
28.06 330 McKinnon, Jerick MIN RB
29.07 343 Joseph, Linval MIN DT
30.06 354 Austin, Tavon STL WR
31.07 367 Clay, Charles BUF TE
32.06 378 Davis, Thomas CAR LB

Strategy

Late-round quarterback (especially late for his starter in Weeks 1-4). "Buffalo Solider."
 

Best Pick(s)

Despite being far from a favorite among fantasy experts, LeSean McCoy was a nice pick for Rudnicki here. At 3.07, McCoy's poor offense and the injury risk are priced into that number. Jordan Matthews at 4.06 as a WR2 is also a very solid selection. Both quarterbacks, Tom Brady and Teddy Bridgewater, were nice values at their prices here as well.
 

Items of Interest

Rudnicki grabbed two Buffalo running backs in McCoy and Fred Jackson, two Atlanta backs consecutively in Rounds 9 and 10, and two Buffalo defensive linemen in Jerry Hughes and Marcell Dareus. He also snuck in one more of Rex Ryan's gang by selecting Charles Clay in the 31st round. Rudnicki also paired up on another position group when he selected Jason McCourty and Michael Griffin from Tennessee's secondary.
 

Evaluation

There may have been some minor reaches at running back with Shane Vereen and the Atlanta tandem, but selecting Rob Gronkowski in Round 1 will almost always make a running back and/or receiving corps look weak on paper. Gronkowski's positional advantage at tight end should overcome that.
 

Jason Wood - Draft Position 8

Pick Ovr Selection
1.08 8 Peterson, Adrian MIN RB
2.05 17 Nelson, Jordy GBP WR
3.08 32 Jeffery, Alshon CHI WR
4.05 41 Randle, Joseph DAL RB
5.08 56 Jones, Chandler NEP DE
6.05 65 Landry, Jarvis MIA WR
7.08 80 Martin, Doug TBB RB
8.05 89 Campbell, Calais ARI DE
9.08 104 Cameron, Jordan MIA TE
10.05 113 Woodhead, Danny SDC RB
11.08 128 Johnson, Derrick KCC LB
12.05 137 Brown, Preston BUF LB
13.08 152 Mason, Tre STL RB
14.05 161 Romo, Tony DAL QB
15.08 176 Rivers, Philip SDC QB
16.05 185 Crabtree, Michael OAK WR
17.08 200 Marshall, Brandon DEN LB
18.05 209 Bradham, Nigel BUF LB
19.08 224 Quick, Brian STL WR
20.05 233 Amukamara, Prince NYG CB
21.08 248 Crawford, Tyrone DAL DT
22.05 257 Parker, Ron KCC S
23.08 272 Johnson, Chris ARI RB
24.05 281 Beasley, Cole DAL WR
25.08 296 Kerrigan, Ryan WAS LB
26.05 305 Reed, Jordan WAS TE
27.08 320 Sheppard, Kelvin MIA LB
28.05 329 White, James NEP RB
29.08 344 Ward, T.J. DEN S
30.05 353 Brown, Corey CAR WR
31.08 368 Maxwell, Byron PHI CB
32.05 377 Jackson, Malik DEN DE
Strategy
Targets and tacklers.
 
Best Pick(s)
Alshon Jeffery and Jarvis Landry were nice selections at their spots. Being able to get Peterson as later as eighth overall was a boon as well. Tre Mason at 13.08 was a nice pick for the price as well.
 
Items of Interest
As the strategy section would suggest, Wood selected plenty of players who will be target hogs on their teams. Even Danny Woodhead will be heavily targeted when compared to many running backs. Wood also loaded up on linebackers, particularly in the middle of the draft when four straight defensive selections were linebackers. The "love" for the Buffalo defense continued here with Wood, as he selected two Buffalo linebackers (Rounds 12 and 18).
 
Evaluation
Led by the NFC North triumvirate of Adrian Peterson, Jordy Nelson, and Alshon Jeffery, this team looks to be quite solid at the top. If he can juggle his Tony Romo/Philip Rivers quarterback committee, this has the potential of being a very good team.
 

Bear Heiser - Draft Position 9

Pick Ovr Selection
1.09 9 Beckham, Odell NYG WR
2.04 16 Forte, Matt CHI RB
3.09 33 Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB
4.04 40 Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR
5.09 57 Levy, DeAndre DET LB
6.04 64 Agholor, Nelson PHI WR
7.09 81 Ertz, Zach PHI TE
8.04 88 Bell, Joique DET RB
9.09 105 Miller, Von DEN LB
10.04 112 Beasley, Vic ATL DE
11.09 129 Donald, Aaron STL DT
12.04 136 Cox, Fletcher PHI DE
13.09 153 Thomas, Earl SEA S
14.04 160 Sankey, Bishop TEN RB
15.09 177 Royal, Eddie CHI WR
16.04 184 Williams, Terrance DAL WR
17.09 201 Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha GBP S
18.04 208 Williams, Leonard NYJ DE
19.09 225 Wilson, Marquess CHI WR
20.04 232 Haden, Joe CLE CB
21.09 249 Ratliff, Jay CHI DE
22.04 256 Green, Ladarius SDC TE
23.09 273 Clowney, Jadeveon HOU LB
24.04 280 Trufant, Desmond ATL CB
25.09 297 Lotulelei, Star CAR DT
26.04 304 Strong, Jaelen HOU WR
27.09 321 Jernigan, Timmy BAL DE
28.04 328 Adams, Phillip ATL CB
29.09 345 Smith, Jimmy BAL CB
30.04 352 Langford, Jeremy CHI RB
31.09 369 Ebron, Eric DET TE
32.04 376 Amos, Adrian CHI S

Strategy

Ball-hawks and pass-rushers on defense, will rely on big plays on offense.
 

Best Pick(s) 

In Rounds 3 and 4, Heiser found value in Aaron Rodgers and Emmanuel Sanders. Leonard Williams at defensive end in Round 18 was a nice selection as well. Grabbing Jadeveon Clowney in Round 23 could end up being a hugely profitable pick if the former top overall pick can get healthy.
 

Items of Interest

Heiser selected a whopping six players from Chicago and 11 from the NFC North Division. Heiser is clearly look at sacks as a key defensive category. After the do-it-all DeAndre Levy, he selected many defensive players known for being great pass rushers at their positions (Von Miller, Vic Beasley, Aaron Donald, and Fletcher Cox). He focused on defensive backs later in the draft.
 

Evaluation

This team may be quite fragile, as it relies on big-play offensive players like Odell Beckham Jr and Emmanuel Sanders and will struggle if Aaron Rodgers isn't at his best. It appears to be very sack-dependent on defense. If those pass-rushers are in the right game scripts, this team has a huge ceiling, but if not, the floor may be low.
 

Sigmund Bloom - Draft Position 10

Pick Ovr Selection
1.10 10 Lynch, Marshawn SEA RB
2.03 15 Johnson, Calvin DET WR
3.10 34 Ellington, Andre ARI RB
4.03 39 Stewart, Jonathan CAR RB
5.10 58 Bryant, Martavis PIT WR
6.03 63 Edelman, Julian NEP WR
7.10 82 Houston, Justin KCC LB
8.03 87 Wilson, Russell SEA QB
9.10 106 Lee, Sean DAL LB
10.03 111 Dunlap, Carlos CIN DE
11.10 130 LaFell, Brandon NEP WR
12.03 135 Atkins, Geno CIN DT
13.10 154 Wilkerson, Muhammad NYJ DE
14.03 159 Allen, Dwayne IND TE
15.10 178 Johnson, Stevie SDC WR
16.03 183 Seferian-Jenkins, Austin TBB TE
17.1 202 Tulloch, Stephen DET LB
18.03 207 Timmons, Lawrence PIT LB
19.10 226 Ihedigbo, James DET S
20.03 231 Searcy, Da'Norris TEN S
21.10 250 Hightower, Dont'a NEP LB
22.03 255 Mayo, Jerod NEP LB
23.10 274 Latimer, Cody DEN WR
24.03 279 Williams, DeAngelo PIT RB
25.10 298 Starks, James GBP RB
26.03 303 Quin, Glover DET S
27.10 322 McFadden, Darren DAL RB
28.03 327 Robinson, Denard JAC RB
29.10 346 Dalton, Andy CIN QB
30.03 351 Amendola, Danny NEP WR
31.10 370 Verrett, Jason SDC CB
32.03 375 Butler, Malcolm NEP CB

Strategy

Seek value but don't be afraid to get your guy. Mix of high ceilings and high floors.
 

Best Pick(s)

Getting Julian Edelman at 6.03 was a nice selection, but seeing Russell Wilson still around at 8.03 must have felt quite nice. Bloom also got some nice linebacker value in Lawrence Timmons and Jerod Mayo. Darren McFadden was also a nice late-round value and worth a shot with his speed and the offensive line's talent.
 

Items of Interest

Bloom is a big believer in some excellent defensive players who have fought injuries in recent years like Sean Lee and Geno Atkins. Getting Atkins' defensive line running mate Carlos Dunlap is also notable. Bloom also "stacked" the New England linebacking corps in selecting Dont'a Hightower along with the aforementioned Mayo. Going even more "all-in" on New England, Bloom selected Super Bowl hero Malcolm Butler in the final round.
 

Evaluation

It seems apparent based on his selections the players upon whom Bloom has planted his flag. Perhaps it's his presence on Twitter and on The Audible that makes the guys he likes more apparent, but seeing players like Andre Ellington and Martavis Bryant selected where Bloom got them indicates that those are "his guys." Bloom's defensive selections were quite solid, and his selection of a few late-round upside running backs like McFadden, DeAngelo Williams, and James Starks could give this team some late-season punch.
 

James Brimacombe - Draft Position 11

Pick Ovr Selection
1.11 11 Jones, Julio ATL WR
2.02 14 Anderson, C.J. DEN RB
3.11 35 Luck, Andrew IND QB
4.02 38 Kuechly, Luke CAR LB
5.11 59 Robinson, Allen JAC WR
6.02 62 Morris, Alfred WAS RB
7.11 83 Johnson, Charles MIN WR
8.02 86 Blount, LeGarrette NEP RB
9.11 107 Alonso, Kiko PHI LB
10.02 110 Ansah, Ezekiel DET DE
11.11 131 Suh, Ndamukong MIA DT
12.02 134 Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE
13.11 155 Laurinaitis, James STL LB
14.02 158 Garcon, Pierre WAS WR
15.11 179 Sproles, Darren PHI RB
16.02 182 Adams, Davante GBP WR
17.11 203 Heyward, Cameron PIT DE
18.02 206 Bethea, Antoine SFO S
19.11 227 Randle, Rueben NYG WR
20.02 230 Fuller, Kyle CHI CB
21.11 251 Johnson, Charles CAR DE
22.02 254 Sims, Charles TBB RB
23.11 275 Moncrief, Donte IND WR
24.02 278 Donnell, Larry NYG TE
25.11 299 Adams, Mike IND S
26.02 302 Patterson, Cordarrelle MIN WR
27.11 323 Barwin, Connor PHI LB
28.02 326 Peterson, Patrick ARI CB
29.11 347 Dawson, Paul CIN LB
30.02 350 Thomas, Shamarko PIT S
31.11 371 Amaro, Jace NYJ TE
32.02 374 Winston, Jameis TBB QB

Strategy

All upside, all the time.
 

Best Pick(s)

The selections may have been quite obvious, but a Julio Jones-C.J. Anderson start is just what the doctor ordered. Other high-upside players like Davante Adams and Jameis Winston (Round 32!) also give this team some big-time potential. On the defensive side, Brimbacombe selected a few players in new situations. Kiko Alonso is with a new team; Ndamukong Suh signed as a free agent with Miami; and Shamarko Thomas is taking over as the starting strong safety for the retired legend Troy Polamalu in Pittsburgh. All were nice values, perhaps falling due to some doubt on the part of the other drafters.
 

Items of Interest

At 4.02, Brimbacombe's selection of Luke Kuechly broke the seal on the non-J.J. Watt defensive players. He also paired Kuechly with another Carolina defender in Charles Johnson. Another "stack" Brimbacombe selected was pairing Alonso with fellow-Philadelphia linebacker Connor Barwin. He also paired some offensive teammates together: Andrew Luck and Donte Moncrief; Charles Johnson, Kyle Rudolph, and Cordarrelle Patterson; and Rueben Randle and Larry Donnell. These should all be good offenses, so the pairings won't impact his team's ceiling much. However, selecting the Washington duo of Alfred Morris and Pierre Garcon could be a low-value move.
 

Evaluation

This team could be a week-in/week-out roller coaster ride. The ceiling is as high as any team in the league, but will enough players "pop" in the same week to reach the ceiling consistently? With five defensive selections in the first 13 rounds, the balance of the roster is nice, but Brimbacombe will need at least one late-round offensive player to outperform his draft position significantly.
 

Matt Bitonti - Draft Position 12

Pick Ovr Selection
1.12 12 Thomas, Demaryius DEN WR
2.01 13 Hill, Jeremy CIN RB
3.12 36 Cooks, Brandin NOS WR
4.01 37 Abdullah, Ameer DET RB
5.12 60 Allen, Keenan SDC WR
6.01 61 Tate, Golden DET WR
7.12 84 Ogletree, Alec STL LB
8.01 85 Blue, Alfred HOU RB
9.12 108 Thomas, Julius JAC TE
10.01 109 Wake, Cameron MIA DE
11.12 132 Kendricks, Eric MIN LB
12.01 133 Bradford, Sam PHI QB
13.12 156 Stafford, Matthew DET QB
14.01 157 Walker, Delanie TEN TE
15.12 180 Cyprien, Johnathan JAC S
16.01 181 Ball, Montee DEN RB
17.12 204 Polk, Chris HOU RB
18.01 205 Pierre-Paul, Jason NYG DE
19.12 228 Burfict, Vontaze CIN LB
20.01 229 Chancellor, Kam SEA S
21.12 252 Taliaferro, Lorenzo BAL RB
22.01 253 Brown, Malcom NEP DT
23.12 276 McDonald, Clinton TBB DT
24.01 277 Moore, Damontre NYG DE
25.12 300 Tillman, Charles CAR CB
26.01 301 Williams, Tramon CLE CB
27.12 324 Britt, Kenny STL WR
28.01 325 Bowe, Dwayne CLE WR
29.12 348 Clemons, Chris JAC DE
30.01 349 Richardson, Sheldon NYJ DE
31.12 372 Ishmael, Kemal ATL S
32.01 373 Bostic, Jon CHI LB

Strategy

Quarterback by committee; load up at wide receiver early then slough it until late.
 

Best Pick(s)

Bitonti drafted well early, particularly at wide receiver. Demaryius Thomas, Brandin Cooks, and Keenan Allen were all great values. While Julius Thomas has his share of doubters due to his change of scenery (and quarterbacks), the 9.12 price tag for him was an affordable one. On the defensive side, Kam Chancellor in Round 20 was a great selection, and Vontaze Burfict to end Round 19 (just in front of Chancellor) made the 19-20 turn an effective one for Bitonti.
 

Items of Interest

Bitonti took a flier on the patriotic Jason Pierre-Paul despite his fireworks-related injury. Lorenzo Taliaferro is a solid backup to an older-than-usual and smaller-than-usual starter in Justin Forsett, but Round 21 seems early for him. Perhaps it's a pick for Baltimore's offensive line as Bitonti is Footballguys' offensive line expert. He also selected Sheldon Richardson, who had a serious arrest six weeks ago. Richardson could be suspended very soon. Although, as a 30th round pick, he is immediately droppable if that happens.
 

Evaluation

Bitonti balanced his team very well. Selecting Sam Bradford at 12.01 (seventh among quarterbacks, in front of guys like Cam Newton, Tony Romo, Matt Ryan, Ryan Tannehill, and Tom Brady) may seem "reachy," but Chip Kelly has made QB1s out of far lesser talents. This team is very well-balanced and has great committee potential at quarterback (Bradford and Matthew Stafford) and tight end (Thomas and Delanie Walker).
 

Full Draft

Pick by Pick
 
Pick Ovr Franchise Selection
1.01 1 Daniel Simpkins Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB
1.02 2 Chris Feery Charles, Jamaal KCC RB
1.03 3 John Norton Lacy, Eddie GBP RB
1.04 4 Jene Bramel Watt, J.J. HOU DE
1.05 5 Mark Wimer Brown, Antonio PIT WR
1.06 6 Justin Howe Bryant, Dez DAL WR
1.07 7 Aaron Rudnicki Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE
1.08 8 Jason Wood Peterson, Adrian MIN RB
1.09 9 Bear Heiser Beckham, Odell NYG WR
1.1 10 Sigmund Bloom Lynch, Marshawn SEA RB
1.11 11 James Brimacombe Jones, Julio ATL WR
1.12 12 Matt Bitonti Thomas, Demaryius DEN WR
2.01 13 Matt Bitonti Hill, Jeremy CIN RB
2.02 14 James Brimacombe Anderson, C.J. DEN RB
2.03 15 Sigmund Bloom Johnson, Calvin DET WR
2.04 16 Bear Heiser Forte, Matt CHI RB
2.05 17 Jason Wood Nelson, Jordy GBP WR
2.06 18 Aaron Rudnicki Green, A.J. CIN WR
2.07 19 Justin Howe Murray, DeMarco PHI RB
2.08 20 Mark Wimer Graham, Jimmy SEA TE
2.09 21 Jene Bramel Forsett, Justin BAL RB
2.1 22 John Norton Hilton, T.Y. IND WR
2.11 23 Chris Feery Cobb, Randall GBP WR
2.12 24 Daniel Simpkins Gore, Frank IND RB
3.01 25 Daniel Simpkins Evans, Mike TBB WR
3.02 26 Chris Feery Gordon, Melvin SDC RB
3.03 27 John Norton Ingram, Mark NOS RB
3.04 28 Jene Bramel Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR
3.05 29 Mark Wimer Olsen, Greg CAR TE
3.06 30 Justin Howe Miller, Lamar MIA RB
3.07 31 Aaron Rudnicki McCoy, LeSean BUF RB
3.08 32 Jason Wood Jeffery, Alshon CHI WR
3.09 33 Bear Heiser Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB
3.1 34 Sigmund Bloom Ellington, Andre ARI RB
3.11 35 James Brimacombe Luck, Andrew IND QB
3.12 36 Matt Bitonti Cooks, Brandin NOS WR
4.01 37 Matt Bitonti Abdullah, Ameer DET RB
4.02 38 James Brimacombe Kuechly, Luke CAR LB
4.03 39 Sigmund Bloom Stewart, Jonathan CAR RB
4.04 40 Bear Heiser Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR
4.05 41 Jason Wood Randle, Joseph DAL RB
4.06 42 Aaron Rudnicki Matthews, Jordan PHI WR
4.07 43 Justin Howe Hyde, Carlos SFO RB
4.08 44 Mark Wimer David, Lavonte TBB LB
4.09 45 Jene Bramel Johnson, Andre IND WR
4.1 46 John Norton Bennett, Martellus CHI TE
4.11 47 Chris Feery Cooper, Amari OAK WR
4.12 48 Daniel Simpkins Yeldon, T.J. JAC RB
5.01 49 Daniel Simpkins Gurley, Todd STL RB
5.02 50 Chris Feery Watkins, Sammy BUF WR
5.03 51 John Norton Murray, Latavius OAK RB
5.04 52 Jene Bramel Foster, Arian HOU RB
5.05 53 Mark Wimer Mosley, C.J. BAL LB
5.06 54 Justin Howe Kelce, Travis KCC TE
5.07 55 Aaron Rudnicki Quinn, Robert STL DE
5.08 56 Jason Wood Jones, Chandler NEP DE
5.09 57 Bear Heiser Levy, DeAndre DET LB
5.1 58 Sigmund Bloom Bryant, Martavis PIT WR
5.11 59 James Brimacombe Robinson, Allen JAC WR
5.12 60 Matt Bitonti Allen, Keenan SDC WR
6.01 61 Matt Bitonti Tate, Golden DET WR
6.02 62 James Brimacombe Morris, Alfred WAS RB
6.03 63 Sigmund Bloom Edelman, Julian NEP WR
6.04 64 Bear Heiser Agholor, Nelson PHI WR
6.05 65 Jason Wood Landry, Jarvis MIA WR
6.06 66 Aaron Rudnicki Bowman, Navorro SFO LB
6.07 67 Justin Howe Wagner, Bobby SEA LB
6.08 68 Mark Wimer Crowell, Isaiah CLE RB
6.09 69 Jene Bramel Jennings, Rashad NYG RB
6.1 70 John Norton Maclin, Jeremy KCC WR
6.11 71 Chris Feery Bernard, Giovani CIN RB
6.12 72 Daniel Simpkins Spiller, C.J. NOS RB
7.01 73 Daniel Simpkins Wallace, Mike MIN WR
7.02 74 Chris Feery Posluszny, Paul JAC LB
7.03 75 John Norton Jackson, Vincent TBB WR
7.04 76 Jene Bramel Mack, Khalil OAK LB
7.05 77 Mark Wimer Ivory, Chris NYJ RB
7.06 78 Justin Howe Jackson, DeSean WAS WR
7.07 79 Aaron Rudnicki Vereen, Shane NYG RB
7.08 80 Jason Wood Martin, Doug TBB RB
7.09 81 Bear Heiser Ertz, Zach PHI TE
7.1 82 Sigmund Bloom Houston, Justin KCC LB
7.11 83 James Brimacombe Johnson, Charles MIN WR
7.12 84 Matt Bitonti Ogletree, Alec STL LB
8.01 85 Matt Bitonti Blue, Alfred HOU RB
8.02 86 James Brimacombe Blount, LeGarrette NEP RB
8.03 87 Sigmund Bloom Wilson, Russell SEA QB
8.04 88 Bear Heiser Bell, Joique DET RB
8.05 89 Jason Wood Campbell, Calais ARI DE
8.06 90 Aaron Rudnicki Marshall, Brandon NYJ WR
8.07 91 Justin Howe Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB
8.08 92 Mark Wimer Smith, Torrey SFO WR
8.09 93 Jene Bramel White, Roddy ATL WR
8.1 94 John Norton Williams, Mario BUF DE
8.11 95 Chris Feery Brees, Drew NOS QB
8.12 96 Daniel Simpkins Brown, John ARI WR
9.01 97 Daniel Simpkins Floyd, Michael ARI WR
9.02 98 Chris Feery Collins, Jamie NEP LB
9.03 99 John Norton Griffen, Everson MIN DE
9.04 100 Jene Bramel Smith, Steve BAL WR
9.05 101 Mark Wimer Hardy, Greg DAL DE
9.06 102 Justin Howe Smith, Telvin JAC LB
9.07 103 Aaron Rudnicki Coleman, Tevin ATL RB
9.08 104 Jason Wood Cameron, Jordan MIA TE
9.09 105 Bear Heiser Miller, Von DEN LB
9.1 106 Sigmund Bloom Lee, Sean DAL LB
9.11 107 James Brimacombe Alonso, Kiko PHI LB
9.12 108 Matt Bitonti Thomas, Julius JAC TE
10.01 109 Matt Bitonti Wake, Cameron MIA DE
10.02 110 James Brimacombe Ansah, Ezekiel DET DE
10.03 111 Sigmund Bloom Dunlap, Carlos CIN DE
10.04 112 Bear Heiser Beasley, Vic ATL DE
10.05 113 Jason Wood Woodhead, Danny SDC RB
10.06 114 Aaron Rudnicki Freeman, Devonta ATL RB
10.07 115 Justin Howe Decker, Eric NYJ WR
10.08 116 Mark Wimer Kearse, Jermaine SEA WR
10.09 117 Jene Bramel Manning, Peyton DEN QB
10.1 118 John Norton Burnett, Morgan GBP S
10.11 119 Chris Feery Johnson, Duke CLE RB
10.12 120 Daniel Simpkins Wright, Kendall TEN WR
11.01 121 Daniel Simpkins Eifert, Tyler CIN TE
11.02 122 Chris Feery Ninkovich, Rob NEP DE
11.03 123 John Norton Smith, Harrison MIN S
11.04 124 Jene Bramel Jordan, Cameron NOS DE
11.05 125 Mark Wimer Jones, Reshad MIA S
11.06 126 Justin Howe Weddle, Eric SDC S
11.07 127 Aaron Rudnicki Kendricks, Mychal PHI LB
11.08 128 Jason Wood Johnson, Derrick KCC LB
11.09 129 Bear Heiser Donald, Aaron STL DT
11.1 130 Sigmund Bloom LaFell, Brandon NEP WR
11.11 131 James Brimacombe Suh, Ndamukong MIA DT
11.12 132 Matt Bitonti Kendricks, Eric MIN LB
12.01 133 Matt Bitonti Bradford, Sam PHI QB
12.02 134 James Brimacombe Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE
12.03 135 Sigmund Bloom Atkins, Geno CIN DT
12.04 136 Bear Heiser Cox, Fletcher PHI DE
12.05 137 Jason Wood Brown, Preston BUF LB
12.06 138 Aaron Rudnicki Hughes, Jerry BUF DE
12.07 139 Justin Howe Vernon, Olivier MIA DE
12.08 140 Mark Wimer Cobb, David TEN RB
12.09 141 Jene Bramel McCoy, Gerald TBB DT
12.1 142 John Norton Jenkins, Jelani MIA LB
12.11 143 Chris Feery Cruz, Victor NYG WR
12.12 144 Daniel Simpkins Newton, Cam CAR QB
13.01 145 Daniel Simpkins Worrilow, Paul ATL LB
13.02 146 Chris Feery Rolle, Antrel CHI S
13.03 147 John Norton Robinson, Keenan WAS LB
13.04 148 Jene Bramel Matthews, Clay GBP LB
13.05 149 Mark Wimer McDonald, T.J. STL S
13.06 150 Justin Howe Mathews, Ryan PHI RB
13.07 151 Aaron Rudnicki Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR
13.08 152 Jason Wood Mason, Tre STL RB
13.09 153 Bear Heiser Thomas, Earl SEA S
13.1 154 Sigmund Bloom Wilkerson, Muhammad NYJ DE
13.11 155 James Brimacombe Laurinaitis, James STL LB
13.12 156 Matt Bitonti Stafford, Matthew DET QB
14.01 157 Matt Bitonti Walker, Delanie TEN TE
14.02 158 James Brimacombe Garcon, Pierre WAS WR
14.03 159 Sigmund Bloom Allen, Dwayne IND TE
14.04 160 Bear Heiser Sankey, Bishop TEN RB
14.05 161 Jason Wood Romo, Tony DAL QB
14.06 162 Aaron Rudnicki Dareus, Marcell BUF DT
14.07 163 Justin Howe Colston, Marques NOS WR
14.08 164 Mark Wimer Ryan, Matt ATL QB
14.09 165 Jene Bramel Gates, Antonio SDC TE
14.1 166 John Norton Boldin, Anquan SFO WR
14.11 167 Chris Feery Witten, Jason DAL TE
14.12 168 Daniel Simpkins Funchess, Devin CAR WR
15.01 169 Daniel Simpkins Shazier, Ryan PIT LB
15.02 170 Chris Feery Jackson, D'Qwell IND LB
15.03 171 John Norton Tannehill, Ryan MIA QB
15.04 172 Jene Bramel Dansby, Karlos CLE LB
15.05 173 Mark Wimer Manning, Eli NYG QB
15.06 174 Justin Howe Stills, Kenny MIA WR
15.07 175 Aaron Rudnicki Brady, Tom NEP QB
15.08 176 Jason Wood Rivers, Philip SDC QB
15.09 177 Bear Heiser Royal, Eddie CHI WR
15.1 178 Sigmund Bloom Johnson, Stevie SDC WR
15.11 179 James Brimacombe Sproles, Darren PHI RB
15.12 180 Matt Bitonti Cyprien, Johnathan JAC S
16.01 181 Matt Bitonti Ball, Montee DEN RB
16.02 182 James Brimacombe Adams, Davante GBP WR
16.03 183 Sigmund Bloom Seferian-Jenkins, Austin TBB TE
16.04 184 Bear Heiser Williams, Terrance DAL WR
16.05 185 Jason Wood Crabtree, Michael OAK WR
16.06 186 Aaron Rudnicki Lofton, Curtis OAK LB
16.07 187 Justin Howe Casey, Jurrell TEN DE
16.08 188 Mark Wimer Jones, Marvin CIN WR
16.09 189 Jene Bramel Parker, DeVante MIA WR
16.1 190 John Norton Woodson, Charles OAK S
16.11 191 Chris Feery Floyd, Sharrif MIN DT
16.12 192 Daniel Simpkins Perriman, Breshad BAL WR
17.01 193 Daniel Simpkins Green-Beckham, Dorial TEN WR
17.02 194 Chris Feery Dorsett, Phillip IND WR
17.03 195 John Norton Gray, Jonas NEP RB
17.04 196 Jene Bramel Jones, Christian CHI LB
17.05 197 Mark Wimer Bush, Reggie SFO RB
17.06 198 Justin Howe Marks, Sen'Derrick JAC DT
17.07 199 Aaron Rudnicki Church, Barry DAL S
17.08 200 Jason Wood Marshall, Brandon DEN LB
17.09 201 Bear Heiser Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha GBP S
17.1 202 Sigmund Bloom Tulloch, Stephen DET LB
17.11 203 James Brimacombe Heyward, Cameron PIT DE
17.12 204 Matt Bitonti Polk, Chris HOU RB
18.01 205 Matt Bitonti Pierre-Paul, Jason NYG DE
18.02 206 James Brimacombe Bethea, Antoine SFO S
18.03 207 Sigmund Bloom Timmons, Lawrence PIT LB
18.04 208 Bear Heiser Williams, Leonard NYJ DE
18.05 209 Jason Wood Bradham, Nigel BUF LB
18.06 210 Aaron Rudnicki McCourty, Jason TEN CB
18.07 211 Justin Howe Williams, Andre NYG RB
18.08 212 Mark Wimer Ngata, Haloti DET DT
18.09 213 Jene Bramel Anthony, Stephone NOS LB
18.1 214 John Norton Butler, Donald SDC LB
18.11 215 Chris Feery Helu, Roy OAK RB
18.12 216 Daniel Simpkins Alexander, Kwon TBB LB
19.01 217 Daniel Simpkins Barrington, Sam GBP LB
19.02 218 Chris Feery Collins, Landon NYG S
19.03 219 John Norton Hitchens, Anthony DAL LB
19.04 220 Jene Bramel Miller, Heath PIT TE
19.05 221 Mark Wimer Kikaha, Hau'oli NOS LB
19.06 222 Justin Howe Smith, Daryl BAL LB
19.07 223 Aaron Rudnicki Bridgewater, Teddy MIN QB
19.08 224 Jason Wood Quick, Brian STL WR
19.09 225 Bear Heiser Wilson, Marquess CHI WR
19.1 226 Sigmund Bloom Ihedigbo, James DET S
19.11 227 James Brimacombe Randle, Rueben NYG WR
19.12 228 Matt Bitonti Burfict, Vontaze CIN LB
20.01 229 Matt Bitonti Chancellor, Kam SEA S
20.02 230 James Brimacombe Fuller, Kyle CHI CB
20.03 231 Sigmund Bloom Searcy, Da'Norris TEN S
20.04 232 Bear Heiser Haden, Joe CLE CB
20.05 233 Jason Wood Amukamara, Prince NYG CB
20.06 234 Aaron Rudnicki Griffin, Michael TEN S
20.07 235 Justin Howe Jenkins, Malcolm PHI S
20.08 236 Mark Wimer Verner, Alterraun TBB CB
20.09 237 Jene Bramel Mathieu, Tyrann ARI S
20.1 238 John Norton Wheaton, Markus PIT WR
20.11 239 Chris Feery Davis, Demario NYJ LB
20.12 240 Daniel Simpkins Liuget, Corey SDC DE
21.01 241 Daniel Simpkins Lawrence, Demarcus DAL DE
21.02 242 Chris Feery Hall, Deangelo WAS CB
21.03 243 John Norton Palmer, Carson ARI QB
21.04 244 Jene Bramel Dunbar, Lance DAL RB
21.05 245 Mark Wimer Joseph, Johnathan HOU CB
21.06 246 Justin Howe Trevathan, Danny DEN LB
21.07 247 Aaron Rudnicki Freeman, Jerrell IND LB
21.08 248 Jason Wood Crawford, Tyrone DAL DT
21.09 249 Bear Heiser Ratliff, Jay CHI DE
21.1 250 Sigmund Bloom Hightower, Dont'a NEP LB
21.11 251 James Brimacombe Johnson, Charles CAR DE
21.12 252 Matt Bitonti Taliaferro, Lorenzo BAL RB
22.01 253 Matt Bitonti Brown, Malcom NEP DT
22.02 254 James Brimacombe Sims, Charles TBB RB
22.03 255 Sigmund Bloom Mayo, Jerod NEP LB
22.04 256 Bear Heiser Green, Ladarius SDC TE
22.05 257 Jason Wood Parker, Ron KCC S
22.06 258 Aaron Rudnicki Baldwin, Doug SEA WR
22.07 259 Justin Howe Talib, Aqib DEN CB
22.08 260 Mark Wimer Smith, Jacquies TBB DE
22.09 261 Jene Bramel Vaccaro, Kenny NOS S
22.1 262 John Norton Bucannon, Deone ARI S
22.11 263 Chris Feery Long, Chris STL DE
22.12 264 Daniel Simpkins Greenway, Chad MIN LB
23.01 265 Daniel Simpkins Carradine, Cornellius SFO DE
23.02 266 Chris Feery Hankins, Johnathan NYG DT
23.03 267 John Norton Rodgers, Richard GBP TE
23.04 268 Jene Bramel Davis, Knile KCC RB
23.05 269 Mark Wimer Bennett, Michael SEA DE
23.06 270 Justin Howe Kaepernick, Colin SFO QB
23.07 271 Aaron Rudnicki Johnson, Michael CIN DE
23.08 272 Jason Wood Johnson, Chris ARI RB
23.09 273 Bear Heiser Clowney, Jadeveon HOU LB
23.1 274 Sigmund Bloom Latimer, Cody DEN WR
23.11 275 James Brimacombe Moncrief, Donte IND WR
23.12 276 Matt Bitonti McDonald, Clinton TBB DT
24.01 277 Matt Bitonti Moore, Damontre NYG DE
24.02 278 James Brimacombe Donnell, Larry NYG TE
24.03 279 Sigmund Bloom Williams, DeAngelo PIT RB
24.04 280 Bear Heiser Trufant, Desmond ATL CB
24.05 281 Jason Wood Beasley, Cole DAL WR
24.06 282 Aaron Rudnicki Daniels, Owen DEN TE
24.07 283 Justin Howe Jenkins, Janoris STL CB
24.08 284 Mark Wimer Robinson, Khiry NOS RB
24.09 285 Jene Bramel Huff, Josh PHI WR
24.1 286 John Norton McClellin, Shea CHI LB
24.11 287 Chris Feery McKelvin, Leodis BUF CB
24.12 288 Daniel Simpkins Berry, Eric KCC S
25.01 289 Daniel Simpkins Pryor, Calvin NYJ S
25.02 290 Chris Feery Carr, Derek OAK QB
25.03 291 John Norton Johnson, David ARI RB
25.04 292 Jene Bramel Barr, Anthony MIN LB
25.05 293 Mark Wimer Coleman, Brandon NOS WR
25.06 294 Justin Howe Jones, Matt WAS RB
25.07 295 Aaron Rudnicki Jackson, Fred BUF RB
25.08 296 Jason Wood Kerrigan, Ryan WAS LB
25.09 297 Bear Heiser Lotulelei, Star CAR DT
25.1 298 Sigmund Bloom Starks, James GBP RB
25.11 299 James Brimacombe Adams, Mike IND S
25.12 300 Matt Bitonti Tillman, Charles CAR CB
26.01 301 Matt Bitonti Williams, Tramon CLE CB
26.02 302 James Brimacombe Patterson, Cordarrelle MIN WR
26.03 303 Sigmund Bloom Quin, Glover DET S
26.04 304 Bear Heiser Strong, Jaelen HOU WR
26.05 305 Jason Wood Reed, Jordan WAS TE
26.06 306 Aaron Rudnicki Gipson, Tashaun CLE S
26.07 307 Justin Howe Suggs, Terrell BAL LB
26.08 308 Mark Wimer Lemonier, Corey SFO LB
26.09 309 Jene Bramel Williamson, Avery TEN LB
26.1 310 John Norton Artis-Payne, Cameron CAR RB
26.11 311 Chris Feery Allen, Javorius BAL RB
26.12 312 Daniel Simpkins Te'o, Manti SDC LB
27.01 313 Daniel Simpkins Crichton, Scott MIN DE
27.02 314 Chris Feery Hurns, Allen JAC WR
27.03 315 John Norton Blanton, Robert MIN S
27.04 316 Jene Bramel Hayward, Casey GBP CB
27.05 317 Mark Wimer Hankerson, Leonard ATL WR
27.06 318 Justin Howe Fairley, Nick STL DT
27.07 319 Aaron Rudnicki Grimes, Brent MIA CB
27.08 320 Jason Wood Sheppard, Kelvin MIA LB
27.09 321 Bear Heiser Jernigan, Timmy BAL DE
27.1 322 Sigmund Bloom McFadden, Darren DAL RB
27.11 323 James Brimacombe Barwin, Connor PHI LB
27.12 324 Matt Bitonti Britt, Kenny STL WR
28.01 325 Matt Bitonti Bowe, Dwayne CLE WR
28.02 326 James Brimacombe Peterson, Patrick ARI CB
28.03 327 Sigmund Bloom Robinson, Denard JAC RB
28.04 328 Bear Heiser Adams, Phillip ATL CB
28.05 329 Jason Wood White, James NEP RB
28.06 330 Aaron Rudnicki McKinnon, Jerick MIN RB
28.07 331 Justin Howe Clayborn, Adrian ATL DE
28.08 332 Mark Wimer Galette, Junior WAS LB
28.09 333 Jene Bramel Turbin, Robert SEA RB
28.1 334 John Norton Douglas, Harry TEN WR
28.11 335 Chris Feery Waynes, Trae MIN CB
28.12 336 Daniel Simpkins Whitner, Donte CLE S
29.01 337 Daniel Simpkins Brockers, Michael STL DT
29.02 338 Chris Feery Hill, Josh NOS TE
29.03 339 John Norton Shorts, Cecil HOU WR
29.04 340 Jene Bramel Hillman, Ronnie DEN RB
29.05 341 Mark Wimer Allen, Ricardo ATL S
29.06 342 Justin Howe Chung, Patrick NEP S
29.07 343 Aaron Rudnicki Joseph, Linval MIN DT
29.08 344 Jason Wood Ward, T.J. DEN S
29.09 345 Bear Heiser Smith, Jimmy BAL CB
29.1 346 Sigmund Bloom Dalton, Andy CIN QB
29.11 347 James Brimacombe Dawson, Paul CIN LB
29.12 348 Matt Bitonti Clemons, Chris JAC DE
30.01 349 Matt Bitonti Richardson, Sheldon NYJ DE
30.02 350 James Brimacombe Thomas, Shamarko PIT S
30.03 351 Sigmund Bloom Amendola, Danny NEP WR
30.04 352 Bear Heiser Langford, Jeremy CHI RB
30.05 353 Jason Wood Brown, Corey CAR WR
30.06 354 Aaron Rudnicki Austin, Tavon STL WR
30.07 355 Justin Howe Fleener, Coby IND TE
30.08 356 Mark Wimer Ginn Jr., Ted CAR WR
30.09 357 Jene Bramel Graham, Brandon PHI LB
30.1 358 John Norton Tuck, Justin OAK DE
30.11 359 Chris Feery Avril, Cliff SEA DE
30.12 360 Daniel Simpkins Walker, Tyrunn DET DT
31.01 361 Daniel Simpkins Peters, Marcus KCC CB
31.02 362 Chris Feery Gilchrist, Marcus NYJ S
31.03 363 John Norton Alexander, Frank CAR DE
31.04 364 Jene Bramel Flacco, Joe BAL QB
31.05 365 Mark Wimer Clark, Frank SEA DE
31.06 366 Justin Howe Lockett, Tyler SEA WR
31.07 367 Aaron Rudnicki Clay, Charles BUF TE
31.08 368 Jason Wood Maxwell, Byron PHI CB
31.09 369 Bear Heiser Ebron, Eric DET TE
31.1 370 Sigmund Bloom Verrett, Jason SDC CB
31.11 371 James Brimacombe Amaro, Jace NYJ TE
31.12 372 Matt Bitonti Ishmael, Kemal ATL S
32.01 373 Matt Bitonti Bostic, Jon CHI LB
32.02 374 James Brimacombe Winston, Jameis TBB QB
32.03 375 Sigmund Bloom Butler, Malcolm NEP CB
32.04 376 Bear Heiser Amos, Adrian CHI S
32.05 377 Jason Wood Jackson, Malik DEN DE
32.06 378 Aaron Rudnicki Davis, Thomas CAR LB
32.07 379 Justin Howe Gregory, Randy DAL DE
32.08 380 Mark Wimer Williams, Maxx BAL TE
32.09 381 Jene Bramel Harris, Chris DEN CB
32.1 382 John Norton Moody, Nick SFO LB
32.11 383 Chris Feery Kennard, Devon NYG LB
32.12 384 Daniel Simpkins Jones, Byron DAL CB
 

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