Footballguys Mock Draft #15 PPR, 14 Teams

On August 29th, the Footballguys staff got together for their 15th and final mock draft of 2015. A 14 team, 20-round PPR mock draft. Our Jason Wood provides an unbiased summary of each team's draft. 

On August 29th, the Footballguys staff completed a 14-team PPR mock draft. Below are the league's scoring format and bylaws. 

League Parameters

  • 14 teams
  • 20 roster spots
  • Starting Lineup
    • 1 quarterback
    • 2 running backs
    • 2 wide receivers
    • 1 tight end
    • 1 flex (RB, WR or TE)
    • 1 place kicker
    • 1 team defense

League Scoring

  • Offensive Players
    • 4 points - passing touchdown
    • 6 points - rushing/receiving touchdown
    • 0.04 points - passing yard
    • 0.1 points - rushing/receiving yard
  • Place Kickers
    • 3 points - field goal from 0 to 39 yards
    • 4 points - field goal from 40 to 49 yards
    • 5 points - field goal from 50 to 99 yards
  • Team Defense
    • 6 points - return or special teams touchdown
    • 2 points - turnover forced
    • 2 points - safety
    • 1 point - sack
  • Points allowed
    • 10 points: 0 points allowed
    • 7 points: 1-6 points allowed
    • 3 points: 7-14 points allowed
    • 0 points: 15-99 points allowed

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. Ryan Hester
2. Jeff Tefertiller
3. John Mamula
4. Dan Hindery
5. Mark Wimer
6. Ari Ingel
7. BJ Vanderwoude
8. Jene Bramel
9. Jeff Haseley
10. Alex Miglio
11. Matt Harmon
12. Andy Hicks
13. Matt Bitonti
14. Steve Holloway 

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

Ryan Hester - Draft Position 1

Pick Overall Selection
1.01 1. Brown, Antonio PIT WR
2.14 28. Ingram, Mark NOS RB
3.01 29. Matthews, Jordan PHI WR
4.14 56. Robinson, Allen JAC WR
5.01 57. Vereen, Shane NYG RB
6.14 84. Boldin, Anquan SFO WR
7.01 85. White, Roddy ATL WR
8.14 112. Bradford, Sam PHI QB
9.01 113. McFadden, Darren DAL RB
10.14 140. Rodgers, Richard GBP TE
11.01 141. Riddick, Theo DET RB
12.14 168. Williams, DeAngelo PIT RB
13.01 169. Fleener, Coby IND TE
14.14 196. Beasley, Cole DAL WR
15.01 197. Woods, Robert BUF WR
16.14 224. Fitzpatrick, Ryan NYJ QB
17.01 225. Colts, Indianapolis IND Def
18.14 252. Matthews, Chris SEA WR
19.01 253. Taliaferro, Lorenzo BAL RB
20.14 280. Hartley, Garrett PIT PK

Overall Strategy:

Receiver Heavy, Mid-Round Running Backs

Best Pick:

Mark Ingram (RB15, 2nd Round)

Ingram fell more than he should have because of the PPR format. Hester got lucky to grab Ingram as the 15th runner off the board, a value he should easily surpass with a healthy season.

Worst Pick:

Richard Rodgers (TE18, 10th Round)

I’m fine with waiting on tight end, but Ryan took the strategy too far and reached for Rodgers in the 10th round. Rodgers is “just another guy” and while he may have some decent weeks by sheer volume, he’s way down the totem pole in terms of Aaron Rodgers’ likely targets in most game scripts.

Evaluation:

I’m struggling with this team and fear it’s going to have a hard time contending. The receiving corps is an obvious strength, but in a 14-team league you have to pay attention to position runs and tier breaks, and Ryan failed to do that by drafting receivers with four of his first six picks. His running back stable beyond Ingram is ROUGH (McFadden, Riddick, DeAngelo Williams, Lorenzo Taliaferro), his tight ends are bottom tier, and yet he somehow didn’t roster an elite quarterback, either.

Jeff Tefertiller - Draft Position 2

Pick Overall Selection
1.02 2. Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE
2.13 27. Gurley, Todd STL RB
3.02 30. Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR
4.13 55. Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB
5.02 58. Hyde, Carlos SFO RB
6.13 83. Woodhead, Danny SDC RB
7.02 86. Smith, Steve BAL WR
8.13 111. LaFell, Brandon NEP WR
9.02 114. Jones, Matt WAS RB
10.13 139. Dorsett, Phillip IND WR
11.02 142. Funchess, Devin CAR WR
12.13 167. Wayne, Reggie FA* WR
13.02 170. Vinatieri, Adam IND PK
14.13 195. Jets, New York NYJ Def
15.02 198. Bowe, Dwayne CLE WR
16.13 223. Mariota, Marcus TEN QB
17.02 226. McKinnon, Jerick MIN RB
18.13 251. Michael, Christine DAL RB
19.02 254. Turbin, Robert FA RB
20.13 279. Jennings, Greg MIA WR

Overall Strategy:

GRONK Smash + Balance

Best Pick:

Danny Woodhead (RB38, 6th Round)

Woodhead is a perfect RB3 in PPR formats, and Jeff’s selection of Woodhead in the 6th round helped bail out less impressive choices of Gurley and Hyde as his RB1/RB2, respectively. Woodhead was a Top 20 PPR back in 2013, and returns healthy and set to spell Melvin Gordon occasionally while playing the majority of passing downs.

Worst Pick:

Adam Vinatieri (PK1, 13th Round)

I have no issue with Vinatieri as a player, but drafting a kicker in the 13th round of a 14-team league is highly suspect. You need every lottery ticket you can find in a deep league, and kickers shouldn’t come off the board until the last two rounds. Rare is the case where taking a kicker this early optimizes your roster.

Evaluation:

I like Jeff’s team and think he can contend. He opted for Gronkowski in the 1st round, which is a strategy I would employ, too. I think drafting a quarterback and a tight end in the first four rounds is a hard strategy to pull off in a 14-teamer, but Jeff made it work. Aaron Rodgers in the 4th is justifiable in any format and Jeff managed to load up on high upside receivers and running backs throughout the draft.

John Mamula - Draft Position 3

Pick Overall Selection
1.03 3. Peterson, Adrian MIN RB
2.12 26. Hilton, T.Y. IND WR
3.03 31. Randle, Joseph DAL RB
4.12 54. Maclin, Jeremy KCC WR
5.03 59. Freeman, Devonta ATL RB
6.12 82. Sproles, Darren PHI RB
7.03 87. Floyd, Michael ARI WR
8.12 110. Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE
9.03 115. Newton, Cam CAR QB
10.12 138. Hurns, Allen JAC WR
11.03 143. Palmer, Carson ARI QB
12.12 166. Allen, Javorius BAL RB
13.03 171. Reed, Jordan WAS TE
14.12 194. Broncos, Denver DEN Def
15.03 199. Floyd, Malcom SDC WR
16.12 222. Gostkowski, Stephen NEP PK
17.03 227. Sanu, Mohamed CIN WR
18.12 250. Hawkins, Andrew CLE WR
19.03 255. Austin, Tavon STL WR
20.12 278. Bailey, Stedman STL WR

Overall Strategy:

Receiver Overload

Best Pick:

Jordan Reed (TE23, 13th Round)

Reed has injury concerns, but he’s also got zero competition for touches due to injuries to Niles Paul and Logan Paulsen. Reed will push for Top 12 honors when he’s in the lineup, and John got him after several less compelling tight ends came off the board.

Worst Pick:

Jeremy Maclin (WR22, 4th Round)

Drafting Maclin as WR22 essentially puts him at his best-case value given the Chiefs conservative system. I think he could be a fringe Top 20 receiver, but Mamula didn’t give himself any value arbitrage by selecting Maclin in the 4th round.

Evaluation:

John drafted way too many receivers (9), it makes absolutely no sense to roster that many given the starting lineup requirements. If you’re going to load up on a position, at least draft high upside players. Floyd, Sanu, Hawkins, Austin and Bailey are all low ceiling players that have almost no path to breakouts. In spite of the WR heavy focus, I like John’s overall balance. He let the quarterback position come to him and has solid peripheral players at kicker and defense.

Dan Hindery - Draft Position 4

Pick Overall Selection
1.04 4. Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB
2.11 25. Luck, Andrew IND QB
3.04 32. Adams, Davante GBP WR
4.11 53. Foster, Arian HOU RB
5.04 60. Ivory, Chris NYJ RB
6.11 81. Jackson, DeSean WAS WR
7.04 88. Wright, Kendall TEN WR
8.11 109. Ertz, Zach PHI TE
9.04 116. Johnson, Stevie SDC WR
10.11 137. Blue, Alfred HOU RB
11.04 144. Seahawks, Seattle SEA Def
12.11 165. Coleman, Brandon NOS WR
13.04 172. Randle, Rueben NYG WR
14.11 193. Davis, Vernon SFO TE
15.04 200. Flacco, Joe BAL QB
16.11 221. White, James NEP RB
17.04 228. Ridley, Stevan NYJ RB
18.11 249. Ravens, Baltimore BAL Def
19.04 256. Parkey, Cody PHI PK
20.11 277. Smith, Devin NYJ WR

Overall Strategy:

Luck + Classic RB Strength

Best Pick:

Andrew Luck (QB1, 2nd Round)

Andrew Luck’s relative value should justify a high first round pick in nearly any scoring format. While ‘expert’ drafts usually let quarterbacks fall, Dan was savvy to grab Luck at the end of the 2nd round. He’s nearly guaranteed a significant value arbitrage, and Luck is even more valuable in a 14-team league given the increases scarcity of replacements on the waiver wire.

Worst Pick:

Seahawks Defense (DST1, 11th Round)

The Seahawks may be the consensus #1 at the position, but DSTs are notoriously hard to project from year-to-year. They also have tighter scoring variance in this system, meaning that you can get away with a middling option at the DST position far easier than others. Taking a defense in the middle of the draft is hard to justify given the need to build depth in a 14-team league.

Evaluation:

I appreciate Dan’s approach, although I don’t really love the specific players on his roster. The Foster/Blue handcuff was smart, in particular because he didn’t reach for Blue early. Chris Ivory is excellent insurance should Foster not pan out. While Dan’s receivers aren’t all that impressive, he did the right thing by drafting a lot of high upside options versus high floor, low breakout veterans. He can contend, particularly if Foster only misses a few games.

Mark Wimer - Draft Position 5

Pick Overall Selection
1.05 5. Jones, Julio ATL WR
2.10 24. McCoy, LeSean BUF RB
3.05 33. Murray, Latavius OAK RB
4.10 52. Bennett, Martellus CHI TE
5.05 61. Cameron, Jordan MIA TE
6.10 80. Stafford, Matthew DET QB
7.05 89. Smith, Torrey SFO WR
8.10 108. Williams, Andre NYG RB
9.05 117. Wheaton, Markus PIT WR
10.10 136. Jones, Marvin CIN WR
11.05 145. Kearse, Jermaine SEA WR
12.10 164. Carr, Derek OAK QB
13.05 173. Hillman, Ronnie DEN RB
14.10 192. Cardinals, Arizona ARI Def
15.05 201. Baldwin, Doug SEA WR
16.10 220. Richardson, Trent FA* RB
17.05 229. Hardy, Justin ATL WR
18.10 248. Panthers, Carolina CAR Def
19.05 257. Prater, Matt DET PK
20.10 276. Carter, Duron FA WR

Overall Strategy:

Contrarian

Best Pick:

Julio Jones (WR2, 1st Round)

Mark was true to his draft board and selected Jones 2nd among receivers. I respect that move because there was no chance Jones would get back to him in the 2nd round. It’s a good reminder that fantasy owners need to draft the players they believe in and not become slaves to ADP.

Worst Pick:

Jordan Cameron (TE6, 5th Round)

I think Cameron can have a solid year, but drafting two tight ends in the first five rounds of a 14-team draft is almost impossible to fathom. It would be one thing if this was a 1.5 point-per-reception for TE league (a la the Footballguys Players Championship), but in a conventional 1 poiner-per-reception format, Cameron was a luxury Mark couldn’t afford.

Evaluation:

Mark’s an excellent analyst and I respect his process, but I think this draft got away from him. Objective, Mark isn’t above average at any position. He doesn’t have a Top 10 fantasy quarterback, doesn’t have a viable WR2, doesn’t have a proven RB2, has one of the weakest RB1s, and even though he took two tight ends early, neither is an elite player. Barring a lot of waiver wire wizardry, this team would be hard pressed to compete for a title.

Ari Ingel - Draft Position 6

Pick Overall Selection
1.06 6. Charles, Jamaal KCC RB
2.09 23. Jeffery, Alshon CHI WR
3.06 34. Spiller, C.J. NOS RB
4.09 51. Yeldon, T.J. JAC RB
5.06 62. Marshall, Brandon NYJ WR
6.09 79. Wallace, Mike MIN WR
7.06 90. Witten, Jason DAL TE
8.09 107. Tannehill, Ryan MIA QB
9.06 118. Colston, Marques NOS WR
10.09 135. Sims, Charles TBB RB
11.06 146. Davis, Knile KCC RB
12.09 163. Ebron, Eric DET TE
13.06 174. Hankerson, Leonard ATL WR
14.09 191. Williams, Damien MIA RB
15.06 202. Eagles, Philadelphia PHI Def
16.09 219. Wilson, Albert KCC WR
17.06 230. Foles, Nick STL QB
18.09 247. Packers, Green Bay GBP Def
19.06 258. Green, Virgil DEN TE
20.09 275. Novak, Nick FA* PK

Overall Strategy:

Balanced and Disciplined

Best Pick:

Ryan Tannehill (QB13, 8th Round)

Tannehill was the 9th ranked quarterback last year and is an ascendant player. There’s every reason to think year two of Bill Lazor’s program will be better than the first, and the supporting cast is markedly improved. Tannehill could be a Top 5 quarterback this year, yet Ari got him as the 13th quarterback off the board. That’s fantasy highway robbery.

Worst Pick:

Charles Sims (RB49, 10th Round)

I can’t beat up Ari too badly here as Sims was the 49th running back taken. However, the 10th round was a bit high particularly because Sims is a low ceiling guy. The Buccaneers offensive line is suspect and if Doug Martin struggles, I don’t see Sims as being more than a plodder. It’s better to use a backup running back pick on a player who, if given the shot, will become part of a high octane offense.

Evaluation:

Ari did a great job for the most part; I see his team as a contender. He needs C.J. Spiller to produce, but he let the draft come to him and found value throughout. My one nitpick would be the selection of three tight ends. Every pick matters in a 14-team draft.

BJ Vanderwoude - Draft Position 7

Pick Overall Selection
1.07 7. Lacy, Eddie GBP RB
2.08 22. Cooks, Brandin NOS WR
3.07 35. Ellington, Andre ARI RB
4.08 50. Landry, Jarvis MIA WR
5.07 63. Edelman, Julian NEP WR
6.08 78. Ryan, Matt ATL QB
7.07 91. Sankey, Bishop TEN RB
8.08 106. Williams, Terrance DAL WR
9.07 119. Walker, Delanie TEN TE
10.08 134. Garcon, Pierre WAS WR
11.07 147. Cobb, David TEN RB
12.08 162. Robinson, Khiry NOS RB
13.07 175. Britt, Kenny STL WR
14.08 190. Cook, Jared STL TE
15.07 203. Smith, Alex KCC QB
16.08 218. Aiken, Kamar BAL WR
17.07 231. Robinson, Josh IND RB
18.08 246. Bengals, Cincinnati CIN Def
19.07 259. Williams, Maxx BAL TE
20.08 274. Walsh, Blair MIN PK

Overall Strategy:

Fundamentally Sound, From Start to Finish

Best Pick:

Julian Edelman (WR25, 5th Round)

I’m going to assume Edelman is 100% healthy (there were no real concerns about his availability when this draft took place), and say he’s the perfect WR3 in a PPR league. This is a guy that’s as good a bet for 100 catches as anyone in the league, and B.J. rostered him as his 3rd receiver.

Worst Pick:

Matt Ryan (QB4, 6th Round)

I don’t mind Ryan as a QB1, but taking him 4th at the position and in the 6th round was suboptimal, and really the only choice in this entire draft I question. Based on the way the quarterback position unfolded, B.J. could have waited a few rounds and come away with an equivalent option.

Evaluation:

B.J.’s draft is a textbook example of sound, fundamental drafting. His first five picks were running backs and receivers, he focused on high upside lottery tickets for his backups, and he waited until the very end of the draft to take his kicker and defense. He’s given himself the best chance to optimize his roster. Textbook.

Jene Bramel - Draft Position 8

Pick Overall Selection
1.08 8. Beckham, Odell NYG WR
2.07 21. Gore, Frank IND RB
3.08 36. Abdullah, Ameer DET RB
4.07 49. Kelce, Travis KCC TE
5.08 64. Brown, John ARI WR
6.07 77. Johnson, Duke CLE RB
7.08 92. Coleman, Tevin ATL RB
8.07 105. Rivers, Philip SDC QB
9.08 120. Royal, Eddie CHI WR
10.07 133. Miller, Heath PIT TE
11.08 148. Moncrief, Donte IND WR
12.07 161. Winston, Jameis TBB QB
13.08 176. Texans, Houston HOU Def
14.07 189. Huff, Josh PHI WR
15.08 204. Artis-Payne, Cameron CAR RB
16.07 217. Brown, Corey CAR WR
17.08 232. Hauschka, Steven SEA PK
18.07 245. Gillmore, Crockett BAL TE
19.08 260. Ball, Montee FA* RB
20.07 273. Conley, Chris KCC WR

Overall Strategy:

Win or Go Home

Best Pick:

John Brown (WR26, 5th Round)

It was hard to choose a Best Pick simply because I love so much about this team. Jene made smart decisions throughout the draft. I’m giving the nod to John Brown because Jene was able to roster a guy many of us think can break out into a Top 20 position; yet he got him in the 5th round. The ability to draft Brown in the 5th made the choice of Travis Kelce in the 4th a justified luxury.

Worst Pick:

Crockett Gillmore (TE31, 18th Round)

When the 31st tight end off the board, in the 18th round, is your worst pick – you had a great draft. With Kelce an anchor of Jene’s team, and Heath Miller on the roster, I see no way a plodder like Gillmore is going to stay on this roster beyond Week One.

Evaluation:

Jene drafted with confidence, he clearly took players he liked regardless of whether ADP argued against the choice. Admittedly, many of those players (e.g., Frank Gore, Ameer Abdullah, John Brown) are also guys I think will dominate. Jene understood that you draft to win the league, not finish in the middle. Awesome job.

Jeff Haseley - Draft Position 9

Pick Overall Selection
1.09 9. Anderson, C.J. DEN RB
2.06 20. Forte, Matt CHI RB
3.09 37. Cobb, Randall GBP WR
4.06 48. Johnson, Andre IND WR
5.09 65. Watkins, Sammy BUF WR
6.06 76. Blount, LeGarrette NEP RB
7.09 93. Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB
8.06 104. Parker, DeVante MIA WR
9.09 121. Allen, Dwayne IND TE
10.06 132. Bridgewater, Teddy MIN QB
11.09 149. Gray, Jonas FA* RB
12.06 160. Janis, Jeff GBP WR
13.09 177. Dolphins, Miami MIA Def
14.06 188. Donnell, Larry NYG TE
15.09 205. Zenner, Zach DET RB
16.06 216. Wilson, Marquess CHI WR
17.09 233. Williams, Karlos BUF RB
18.06 244. Patterson, Cordarrelle MIN WR
19.09 261. Bryant, Matt ATL PK
20.06 272. Langford, Jeremy CHI RB

Overall Strategy:

Drop the Mic

Best Pick:

Randall Cobb (WR15, 3rd Round)

Randall Cobb is going to be ready for Week One as far as we know which makes him one of the best values in the top 3 rounds. Cobb is a consensus Top 10 pick, and is generally WR7 in PPR rankings, yet Jeff grabbed him a full tier lower.

Worst Pick:

Jeff Janis (WR64, 12th Round)

Jeff crushed this draft, so I don’t have many complaints. I don’t think Jeff Janis is going to help this team, and will end up on the waiver wire within a week or two. Janis doesn’t have Aaron Rodgers’ trust and appears to be behind rookie Ty Montgomery. Luckily for Jeff, he’s not relying on Janis to be competitive.

Evaluation:

Just as I was about to anoint Jene Bramel’s draft as the best, here comes Jeff Haseley. He crushed this draft with value throughout, and also focused on young, high upside backups. I love the handcuff for Blount, which derisks taking Blount in the 6th round. He grabbed one of the top 5 fantasy passers in the 7th round and has arguably the best QB2 in the league. Jeff is a top contender.

Alex Miglio - Draft Position 10

Pick Overall Selection
1.10 10. Lynch, Marshawn SEA RB
2.05 19. Green, A.J. CIN WR
3.10 38. Martin, Doug TBB RB
4.05 47. Allen, Keenan SDC WR
5.10 66. Bryant, Martavis PIT WR
6.05 75. Wilson, Russell SEA QB
7.10 94. Bell, Joique DET RB
8.05 103. Thomas, Julius JAC TE
9.10 122. Mason, Tre STL RB
10.05 131. Stills, Kenny MIA WR
11.10 150. Amendola, Danny NEP WR
12.05 159. Dalton, Andy CIN QB
13.10 178. Starks, James GBP RB
14.05 187. Rams, St. Louis STL Def
15.10 206. Watson, Ben NOS TE
16.05 215. Vikings, Minnesota MIN Def
17.10 234. Brown, Marlon BAL WR
18.05 243. West, Terrance TEN RB
19.10 262. Bailey, Dan DAL PK
20.05 271. Amaro, Jace NYJ TE

Overall Strategy:

Seahawks and Hail Marys

Best Pick:

Andy Dalton (QB19, 12th Round)

Dalton isn’t sexy, but as the 19th quarterback off the board, he’s a value.

Worst Pick:

Martavis Bryant (WR28, 5th Round)

A different evaluator may not see it this way, but I’ve been beating the drum against Bryant throughout the preseason. He’s the most overdrafted player in fantasy this year. His value last year came from a ridiculously high – and unsustainable – TD-to-catch ratio. Ben Roethslisberger has been pumping up Markus Wheaton, Wheaton is the starter, and Wheaton has produced in the preseason. Even before Bryant got pinched for a 4-team suspension, he was an ill-advised WR3 in the 5th round.

Evaluation:

I’m not quite sure what to make of Alex’ team. Objectively, I like his approach in terms of letting the draft come to him and sticking to his board. It’s just that I seem to disagree with him on the value of these players. He’s in real trouble at tight end, even though he burned three roster spots. I also question taking Martin in the 3rd round. If players like Bell, Mason and Bryant pan out, he’ll be fine. But that’s an iffy proposition based on my rankings/projections.

Matt Harmon - Draft Position 11

Pick Overall Selection
1.11 11. Bryant, Dez DAL WR
2.04 18. Miller, Lamar MIA RB
3.11 39. Stewart, Jonathan CAR RB
4.04 46. Cooper, Amari OAK WR
5.11 67. Johnson, Charles MIN WR
6.04 74. Mathews, Ryan PHI RB
7.11 95. Manning, Peyton DEN QB
8.04 102. Eifert, Tyler CIN TE
9.11 123. Bush, Reggie SFO RB
10.04 130. Quick, Brian STL WR
11.11 151. Perriman, Breshad BAL WR
12.04 158. Green-Beckham, Dorial TEN WR
13.11 179. Robinson, Denard JAC RB
14.04 186. Lewis, Dion NEP RB
15.11 207. Chiefs, Kansas City KCC Def
16.04 214. Taylor, Tyrod BUF QB
17.11 235. Tamme, Jacob ATL TE
18.04 242. Douglas, Harry TEN WR
19.11 263. Polk, Chris HOU RB
20.04 270. Crosby, Mason GBP PK

Overall Strategy:

RB Risks, WR Rewards

Best Pick:

Brian Quick (WR51, 10th Round)

Brian Quick is the Rams top receiver, yet is being drafted alongside in a tier with slot receivers and true backups. At WR51, there’s zero risk yet tremendous reward. Quick’s shoulder injury tainted his value in this year, but he’s healthy and will be the team’s top target. Phenomenal value.

Worst Pick:

Jonathan Stewart (RB22, 3rd Round)

I don’t dislike Jonathan Stewart, but Matt got caught in a running back run and this feels like he took Stewart out of need versus want. Stewart’s injury history makes him a sketch 3rd rounder, even in a 14-team league.

Evaluation:

I’m not surprised that receiver is strength of this team, since that’s Matt’s area of expertise. He’s got a terrific receiver corps from top to bottom. Unfortunately, his running back stable is full of risks and reaches (outside of Lamar Miller). If Jonathan Stewart doesn’t stay healthy, or DeMarco Murray doesn’t get hurt, Harmon is going to be at a disadvantage every week at RB2/Flex. This team can be a contender, particularly if Matt can parlay his insane receiver depth to augment the running back position via trade.

Andy Hicks - Draft Position 12

Pick Overall Selection
1.12 12. Johnson, Calvin DET WR
2.03 17. Hill, Jeremy CIN RB
3.12 40. Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR
4.03 45. Gordon, Melvin SDC RB
5.12 68. Bernard, Giovani CIN RB
6.03 73. Agholor, Nelson PHI WR
7.12 96. Brees, Drew NOS QB
8.03 101. Johnson, David ARI RB
9.12 124. Gates, Antonio SDC TE
10.03 129. Seferian-Jenkins, Austin TBB TE
11.12 152. Latimer, Cody DEN WR
12.03 157. Green, Ladarius SDC TE
13.12 180. Johnson, Chris ARI RB
14.03 185. Clay, Charles BUF TE
15.12 208. Cutler, Jay CHI QB
16.03 213. Bortles, Blake JAC QB
17.12 236. Boykin, Jarrett FA WR
18.03 241. Strong, Jaelen HOU WR
19.12 264. Cowboys, Dallas DAL Def
20.03 269. Janikowski, Sebastian OAK PK

Overall Strategy:

Unnecessary Redundancy

Best Pick:

Nelson Agholor (WR32, 6th Round)

In a PPR format, Agholor needs only to stay healthy to handily outperform this draft slot. It’s rare in a 14-team league to come away with a potential Top 25 receiver as your WR3, but that’s what Andy achieved.

Worst Pick:

Tie: Blake Bortles (QB25, 16th Round) and Ladarius Green (QB20, 12th Round)

In a 14-team league, you simply can’t afford a third quarterback much less FOUR tight ends. Andy needed more lottery tickets at the key receiver and running back spots. Realistically, he’s never going to use Bortles or Green. This is more about opportunity cost of who he didn’t choose than critiquing who he did choose.   

Evaluation:

There are a lot of players on Andy’s team that I like, from Drew Brees to David Johnson to Nelson Agholor to Jeremy Hill. I’m just confused as to why he eroded some of his smarter decisions by drafting unnecessary redundancy at non-core positions. Gates in the 9th was brilliant, but once he drafted Sefarian-Jenkins in the 10th it made NO sense to draft ANOTHER two tight ends. Ultimately I have issues with this team’s depth, and that could’ve been avoided by avoiding a QB3 or TE3/TE4.

Matt Bitonti - Draft Position 13

Pick Overall Selection
1.13 13. Murray, DeMarco PHI RB
2.02 16. Evans, Mike TBB WR
3.13 41. Graham, Jimmy SEA TE
4.02 44. Morris, Alfred WAS RB
5.13 69. Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR
6.02 72. Crowell, Isaiah CLE RB
7.13 97. Decker, Eric NYJ WR
8.02 100. Manning, Eli NYG QB
9.13 125. Cruz, Victor NYG WR
10.02 128. Helu, Roy OAK RB
11.13 153. Hill, Josh NOS TE
12.02 156. Kaepernick, Colin SFO QB
13.13 181. Montgomery, Ty GBP WR
14.02 184. Dunbar, Lance DAL RB
15.13 209. Harvin, Percy BUF WR
16.02 212. Patriots, New England NEP Def
17.13 237. Tucker, Justin BAL PK
18.02 240. Asiata, Matt MIN RB
19.13 265. Chandler, Scott NEP TE
20.02 268. Hunter, Justin TEN WR

Overall Strategy:

Fade Woodrow’s Rankings

Best Pick:

Ty Montgomery (WR70, 13th Round)

Montgomery vaulted into relevance when Jordy Nelson tore his ACL. The rookie appears to have an edge over Jeff Janis for the 3rd receiver slot, which makes him not only a potential option in tough bye weeks, but also one injury (to Adams or Cobb) away from prominence.

Worst Pick:

Isaiah Crowell (RB33, 6th Round)

Crowell is part of a three-headed monster in Cleveland. Generally I don’t want to own shares of moribund offenses, much less shares of a committee inside of said moribund offense. Crowell has looked terrible this preseason, and has played his way out of the #1 role. It's only a matter of time before Duke Johnson becomes the top option.

Evaluation:

I’m having difficult seeing how Matt is going to contend. I see weakness at both receiver and running back. Morris scares me as an RB2, Crowell petrifies me as an RB3, and Evans worries me as his top receiver. I also dislike a lot of the depth picks. Does Justin Hunter even have a job? Does Percy Harvin have a role in a run heavy offense as the WR3? Dunbar and Helu are exclusively 3rd down receiving backs. And why draft a 3rd tight end when you have Jimmy Graham?

Steve Holloway - Draft Position 14

Pick Overall Selection
1.14 14. Thomas, Demaryius DEN WR
2.01 15. Forsett, Justin BAL RB
3.14 42. Olsen, Greg CAR TE
4.01 43. Tate, Golden DET WR
5.14 70. Jackson, Vincent TBB WR
6.01 71. Jennings, Rashad NYG RB
7.14 98. Romo, Tony DAL QB
8.01 99. Brady, Tom NEP QB
9.14 126. Daniels, Owen DEN TE
10.01 127. Crabtree, Michael OAK WR
11.14 154. Jackson, Fred SEA RB
12.01 155. Bills, Buffalo BUF Def
13.14 182. Oliver, Branden SDC RB
14.01 183. Lockett, Tyler SEA WR
15.14 210. Ajayi, Jay MIA RB
16.01 211. Shorts, Cecil HOU WR
17.14 238. Walford, Clive OAK TE
18.01 239. Herron, Dan IND RB
19.14 266. McManus, Brandon DEN PK
20.01 267. Buccaneers, Tampa Bay TBB Def

Overall Strategy:

Strong Quarterbacks

Best Pick:

Tie: Tony Romo (QB9, 7th Round) and Tom Brady (QB10, 8th Round)

Steve executed a masterful quarterback tandem at the 7/8 turn. Both guys have Top 5 upside and Top 10 floors. He has the best quarterback situation in the league, and is the only owner to be guaranteed an elite replacement should his starter get hurt.

Worst Pick:

Rashad Jennings (RB32, 6th Round)

Jennings in the 6th was a need pick. Steve got trapped on a deep running back run and had to come away with a running back at that spot. Unfortunately, Jennings has a low probability of surpassing his draft position and puts Steve behind the eight ball at one of the most important positions.

Evaluation:

Steve did some smart things, but I fear his selection of Greg Olsen in the third derailed his competitiveness. It forced him into a reach at RB2. Beyond Jennings, his running backs are non-factors. Jackson has been released (not that Steve knew that at the time), Oliver is a 3rd stringer, and Herron is a backup that probably splits carries with Josh Robinson if Frank Gore gets hurt. I’m also not sure why Steve chose three tight ends and two defenses; in a 14-team league you can’t afford to use that many spots on non RB/WR selections.

Full Draft

Pick by Pick 

Pick Overall Franchise Selection
1.01 1. Ryan Hester Brown, Antonio PIT WR
1.02 2. Jeff Tefertiller Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE
1.03 3. John Mamula Peterson, Adrian MIN RB
1.04 4. Dan Hindery Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB
1.05 5. Mark Wimer Jones, Julio ATL WR
1.06 6. Ari Ingel Charles, Jamaal KCC RB
1.07 7. BJ Vanderwoude Lacy, Eddie GBP RB
1.08 8. Jene Bramel Beckham, Odell NYG WR
1.09 9. Jeff Haseley Anderson, C.J. DEN RB
1.10 10. Alex Miglio Lynch, Marshawn SEA RB
1.11 11. Matt Harmon Bryant, Dez DAL WR
1.12 12. Andy Hicks Johnson, Calvin DET WR
1.13 13. Matt Bitonti Murray, DeMarco PHI RB
1.14 14. Steve Holloway Thomas, Demaryius DEN WR
2.01 15. Steve Holloway Forsett, Justin BAL RB
2.02 16. Matt Bitonti Evans, Mike TBB WR
2.03 17. Andy Hicks Hill, Jeremy CIN RB
2.04 18. Matt Harmon Miller, Lamar MIA RB
2.05 19. Alex Miglio Green, A.J. CIN WR
2.06 20. Jeff Haseley Forte, Matt CHI RB
2.07 21. Jene Bramel Gore, Frank IND RB
2.08 22. BJ Vanderwoude Cooks, Brandin NOS WR
2.09 23. Ari Ingel Jeffery, Alshon CHI WR
2.10 24. Mark Wimer McCoy, LeSean BUF RB
2.11 25. Dan Hindery Luck, Andrew IND QB
2.12 26. John Mamula Hilton, T.Y. IND WR
2.13 27. Jeff Tefertiller Gurley, Todd STL RB
2.14 28. Ryan Hester Ingram, Mark NOS RB
3.01 29. Ryan Hester Matthews, Jordan PHI WR
3.02 30. Jeff Tefertiller Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR
3.03 31. John Mamula Randle, Joseph DAL RB
3.04 32. Dan Hindery Adams, Davante GBP WR
3.05 33. Mark Wimer Murray, Latavius OAK RB
3.06 34. Ari Ingel Spiller, C.J. NOS RB
3.07 35. BJ Vanderwoude Ellington, Andre ARI RB
3.08 36. Jene Bramel Abdullah, Ameer DET RB
3.09 37. Jeff Haseley Cobb, Randall GBP WR
3.10 38. Alex Miglio Martin, Doug TBB RB
3.11 39. Matt Harmon Stewart, Jonathan CAR RB
3.12 40. Andy Hicks Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR
3.13 41. Matt Bitonti Graham, Jimmy SEA TE
3.14 42. Steve Holloway Olsen, Greg CAR TE
4.01 43. Steve Holloway Tate, Golden DET WR
4.02 44. Matt Bitonti Morris, Alfred WAS RB
4.03 45. Andy Hicks Gordon, Melvin SDC RB
4.04 46. Matt Harmon Cooper, Amari OAK WR
4.05 47. Alex Miglio Allen, Keenan SDC WR
4.06 48. Jeff Haseley Johnson, Andre IND WR
4.07 49. Jene Bramel Kelce, Travis KCC TE
4.08 50. BJ Vanderwoude Landry, Jarvis MIA WR
4.09 51. Ari Ingel Yeldon, T.J. JAC RB
4.10 52. Mark Wimer Bennett, Martellus CHI TE
4.11 53. Dan Hindery Foster, Arian HOU RB
4.12 54. John Mamula Maclin, Jeremy KCC WR
4.13 55. Jeff Tefertiller Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB
4.14 56. Ryan Hester Robinson, Allen JAC WR
5.01 57. Ryan Hester Vereen, Shane NYG RB
5.02 58. Jeff Tefertiller Hyde, Carlos SFO RB
5.03 59. John Mamula Freeman, Devonta ATL RB
5.04 60. Dan Hindery Ivory, Chris NYJ RB
5.05 61. Mark Wimer Cameron, Jordan MIA TE
5.06 62. Ari Ingel Marshall, Brandon NYJ WR
5.07 63. BJ Vanderwoude Edelman, Julian NEP WR
5.08 64. Jene Bramel Brown, John ARI WR
5.09 65. Jeff Haseley Watkins, Sammy BUF WR
5.10 66. Alex Miglio Bryant, Martavis PIT WR
5.11 67. Matt Harmon Johnson, Charles MIN WR
5.12 68. Andy Hicks Bernard, Giovani CIN RB
5.13 69. Matt Bitonti Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR
5.14 70. Steve Holloway Jackson, Vincent TBB WR
6.01 71. Steve Holloway Jennings, Rashad NYG RB
6.02 72. Matt Bitonti Crowell, Isaiah CLE RB
6.03 73. Andy Hicks Agholor, Nelson PHI WR
6.04 74. Matt Harmon Mathews, Ryan PHI RB
6.05 75. Alex Miglio Wilson, Russell SEA QB
6.06 76. Jeff Haseley Blount, LeGarrette NEP RB
6.07 77. Jene Bramel Johnson, Duke CLE RB
6.08 78. BJ Vanderwoude Ryan, Matt ATL QB
6.09 79. Ari Ingel Wallace, Mike MIN WR
6.10 80. Mark Wimer Stafford, Matthew DET QB
6.11 81. Dan Hindery Jackson, DeSean WAS WR
6.12 82. John Mamula Sproles, Darren PHI RB
6.13 83. Jeff Tefertiller Woodhead, Danny SDC RB
6.14 84. Ryan Hester Boldin, Anquan SFO WR
7.01 85. Ryan Hester White, Roddy ATL WR
7.02 86. Jeff Tefertiller Smith, Steve BAL WR
7.03 87. John Mamula Floyd, Michael ARI WR
7.04 88. Dan Hindery Wright, Kendall TEN WR
7.05 89. Mark Wimer Smith, Torrey SFO WR
7.06 90. Ari Ingel Witten, Jason DAL TE
7.07 91. BJ Vanderwoude Sankey, Bishop TEN RB
7.08 92. Jene Bramel Coleman, Tevin ATL RB
7.09 93. Jeff Haseley Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB
7.10 94. Alex Miglio Bell, Joique DET RB
7.11 95. Matt Harmon Manning, Peyton DEN QB
7.12 96. Andy Hicks Brees, Drew NOS QB
7.13 97. Matt Bitonti Decker, Eric NYJ WR
7.14 98. Steve Holloway Romo, Tony DAL QB
8.01 99. Steve Holloway Brady, Tom NEP QB
8.02 100. Matt Bitonti Manning, Eli NYG QB
8.03 101. Andy Hicks Johnson, David ARI RB
8.04 102. Matt Harmon Eifert, Tyler CIN TE
8.05 103. Alex Miglio Thomas, Julius JAC TE
8.06 104. Jeff Haseley Parker, DeVante MIA WR
8.07 105. Jene Bramel Rivers, Philip SDC QB
8.08 106. BJ Vanderwoude Williams, Terrance DAL WR
8.09 107. Ari Ingel Tannehill, Ryan MIA QB
8.10 108. Mark Wimer Williams, Andre NYG RB
8.11 109. Dan Hindery Ertz, Zach PHI TE
8.12 110. John Mamula Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE
8.13 111. Jeff Tefertiller LaFell, Brandon NEP WR
8.14 112. Ryan Hester Bradford, Sam PHI QB
9.01 113. Ryan Hester McFadden, Darren DAL RB
9.02 114. Jeff Tefertiller Jones, Matt WAS RB
9.03 115. John Mamula Newton, Cam CAR QB
9.04 116. Dan Hindery Johnson, Stevie SDC WR
9.05 117. Mark Wimer Wheaton, Markus PIT WR
9.06 118. Ari Ingel Colston, Marques NOS WR
9.07 119. BJ Vanderwoude Walker, Delanie TEN TE
9.08 120. Jene Bramel Royal, Eddie CHI WR
9.09 121. Jeff Haseley Allen, Dwayne IND TE
9.10 122. Alex Miglio Mason, Tre STL RB
9.11 123. Matt Harmon Bush, Reggie SFO RB
9.12 124. Andy Hicks Gates, Antonio SDC TE
9.13 125. Matt Bitonti Cruz, Victor NYG WR
9.14 126. Steve Holloway Daniels, Owen DEN TE
10.01 127. Steve Holloway Crabtree, Michael OAK WR
10.02 128. Matt Bitonti Helu, Roy OAK RB
10.03 129. Andy Hicks Seferian-Jenkins, Austin TBB TE
10.04 130. Matt Harmon Quick, Brian STL WR
10.05 131. Alex Miglio Stills, Kenny MIA WR
10.06 132. Jeff Haseley Bridgewater, Teddy MIN QB
10.07 133. Jene Bramel Miller, Heath PIT TE
10.08 134. BJ Vanderwoude Garcon, Pierre WAS WR
10.09 135. Ari Ingel Sims, Charles TBB RB
10.10 136. Mark Wimer Jones, Marvin CIN WR
10.11 137. Dan Hindery Blue, Alfred HOU RB
10.12 138. John Mamula Hurns, Allen JAC WR
10.13 139. Jeff Tefertiller Dorsett, Phillip IND WR
10.14 140. Ryan Hester Rodgers, Richard GBP TE
11.01 141. Ryan Hester Riddick, Theo DET RB
11.02 142. Jeff Tefertiller Funchess, Devin CAR WR
11.03 143. John Mamula Palmer, Carson ARI QB
11.04 144. Dan Hindery Seahawks, Seattle SEA Def
11.05 145. Mark Wimer Kearse, Jermaine SEA WR
11.06 146. Ari Ingel Davis, Knile KCC RB
11.07 147. BJ Vanderwoude Cobb, David TEN RB
11.08 148. Jene Bramel Moncrief, Donte IND WR
11.09 149. Jeff Haseley Gray, Jonas FA* RB
11.10 150. Alex Miglio Amendola, Danny NEP WR
11.11 151. Matt Harmon Perriman, Breshad BAL WR
11.12 152. Andy Hicks Latimer, Cody DEN WR
11.13 153. Matt Bitonti Hill, Josh NOS TE
11.14 154. Steve Holloway Jackson, Fred SEA RB
12.01 155. Steve Holloway Bills, Buffalo BUF Def
12.02 156. Matt Bitonti Kaepernick, Colin SFO QB
12.03 157. Andy Hicks Green, Ladarius SDC TE
12.04 158. Matt Harmon Green-Beckham, Dorial TEN WR
12.05 159. Alex Miglio Dalton, Andy CIN QB
12.06 160. Jeff Haseley Janis, Jeff GBP WR
12.07 161. Jene Bramel Winston, Jameis TBB QB
12.08 162. BJ Vanderwoude Robinson, Khiry NOS RB
12.09 163. Ari Ingel Ebron, Eric DET TE
12.10 164. Mark Wimer Carr, Derek OAK QB
12.11 165. Dan Hindery Coleman, Brandon NOS WR
12.12 166. John Mamula Allen, Javorius BAL RB
12.13 167. Jeff Tefertiller Wayne, Reggie FA* WR
12.14 168. Ryan Hester Williams, DeAngelo PIT RB
13.01 169. Ryan Hester Fleener, Coby IND TE
13.02 170. Jeff Tefertiller Vinatieri, Adam IND PK
13.03 171. John Mamula Reed, Jordan WAS TE
13.04 172. Dan Hindery Randle, Rueben NYG WR
13.05 173. Mark Wimer Hillman, Ronnie DEN RB
13.06 174. Ari Ingel Hankerson, Leonard ATL WR
13.07 175. BJ Vanderwoude Britt, Kenny STL WR
13.08 176. Jene Bramel Texans, Houston HOU Def
13.09 177. Jeff Haseley Dolphins, Miami MIA Def
13.10 178. Alex Miglio Starks, James GBP RB
13.11 179. Matt Harmon Robinson, Denard JAC RB
13.12 180. Andy Hicks Johnson, Chris ARI RB
13.13 181. Matt Bitonti Montgomery, Ty GBP WR
13.14 182. Steve Holloway Oliver, Branden SDC RB
14.01 183. Steve Holloway Lockett, Tyler SEA WR
14.02 184. Matt Bitonti Dunbar, Lance DAL RB
14.03 185. Andy Hicks Clay, Charles BUF TE
14.04 186. Matt Harmon Lewis, Dion NEP RB
14.05 187. Alex Miglio Rams, St. Louis STL Def
14.06 188. Jeff Haseley Donnell, Larry NYG TE
14.07 189. Jene Bramel Huff, Josh PHI WR
14.08 190. BJ Vanderwoude Cook, Jared STL TE
14.09 191. Ari Ingel Williams, Damien MIA RB
14.10 192. Mark Wimer Cardinals, Arizona ARI Def
14.11 193. Dan Hindery Davis, Vernon SFO TE
14.12 194. John Mamula Broncos, Denver DEN Def
14.13 195. Jeff Tefertiller Jets, New York NYJ Def
14.14 196. Ryan Hester Beasley, Cole DAL WR
15.01 197. Ryan Hester Woods, Robert BUF WR
15.02 198. Jeff Tefertiller Bowe, Dwayne CLE WR
15.03 199. John Mamula Floyd, Malcom SDC WR
15.04 200. Dan Hindery Flacco, Joe BAL QB
15.05 201. Mark Wimer Baldwin, Doug SEA WR
15.06 202. Ari Ingel Eagles, Philadelphia PHI Def
15.07 203. BJ Vanderwoude Smith, Alex KCC QB
15.08 204. Jene Bramel Artis-Payne, Cameron CAR RB
15.09 205. Jeff Haseley Zenner, Zach DET RB
15.10 206. Alex Miglio Watson, Ben NOS TE
15.11 207. Matt Harmon Chiefs, Kansas City KCC Def
15.12 208. Andy Hicks Cutler, Jay CHI QB
15.13 209. Matt Bitonti Harvin, Percy BUF WR
15.14 210. Steve Holloway Ajayi, Jay MIA RB
16.01 211. Steve Holloway Shorts, Cecil HOU WR
16.02 212. Matt Bitonti Patriots, New England NEP Def
16.03 213. Andy Hicks Bortles, Blake JAC QB
16.04 214. Matt Harmon Taylor, Tyrod BUF QB
16.05 215. Alex Miglio Vikings, Minnesota MIN Def
16.06 216. Jeff Haseley Wilson, Marquess CHI WR
16.07 217. Jene Bramel Brown, Corey CAR WR
16.08 218. BJ Vanderwoude Aiken, Kamar BAL WR
16.09 219. Ari Ingel Wilson, Albert KCC WR
16.10 220. Mark Wimer Richardson, Trent FA* RB
16.11 221. Dan Hindery White, James NEP RB
16.12 222. John Mamula Gostkowski, Stephen NEP PK
16.13 223. Jeff Tefertiller Mariota, Marcus TEN QB
16.14 224. Ryan Hester Fitzpatrick, Ryan NYJ QB
17.01 225. Ryan Hester Colts, Indianapolis IND Def
17.02 226. Jeff Tefertiller McKinnon, Jerick MIN RB
17.03 227. John Mamula Sanu, Mohamed CIN WR
17.04 228. Dan Hindery Ridley, Stevan NYJ RB
17.05 229. Mark Wimer Hardy, Justin ATL WR
17.06 230. Ari Ingel Foles, Nick STL QB
17.07 231. BJ Vanderwoude Robinson, Josh IND RB
17.08 232. Jene Bramel Hauschka, Steven SEA PK
17.09 233. Jeff Haseley Williams, Karlos BUF RB
17.10 234. Alex Miglio Brown, Marlon BAL WR
17.11 235. Matt Harmon Tamme, Jacob ATL TE
17.12 236. Andy Hicks Boykin, Jarrett FA WR
17.13 237. Matt Bitonti Tucker, Justin BAL PK
17.14 238. Steve Holloway Walford, Clive OAK TE
18.01 239. Steve Holloway Herron, Dan IND RB
18.02 240. Matt Bitonti Asiata, Matt MIN RB
18.03 241. Andy Hicks Strong, Jaelen HOU WR
18.04 242. Matt Harmon Douglas, Harry TEN WR
18.05 243. Alex Miglio West, Terrance TEN RB
18.06 244. Jeff Haseley Patterson, Cordarrelle MIN WR
18.07 245. Jene Bramel Gillmore, Crockett BAL TE
18.08 246. BJ Vanderwoude Bengals, Cincinnati CIN Def
18.09 247. Ari Ingel Packers, Green Bay GBP Def
18.10 248. Mark Wimer Panthers, Carolina CAR Def
18.11 249. Dan Hindery Ravens, Baltimore BAL Def
18.12 250. John Mamula Hawkins, Andrew CLE WR
18.13 251. Jeff Tefertiller Michael, Christine DAL RB
18.14 252. Ryan Hester Matthews, Chris SEA WR
19.01 253. Ryan Hester Taliaferro, Lorenzo BAL RB
19.02 254. Jeff Tefertiller Turbin, Robert FA RB
19.03 255. John Mamula Austin, Tavon STL WR
19.04 256. Dan Hindery Parkey, Cody PHI PK
19.05 257. Mark Wimer Prater, Matt DET PK
19.06 258. Ari Ingel Green, Virgil DEN TE
19.07 259. BJ Vanderwoude Williams, Maxx BAL TE
19.08 260. Jene Bramel Ball, Montee FA* RB
19.09 261. Jeff Haseley Bryant, Matt ATL PK
19.10 262. Alex Miglio Bailey, Dan DAL PK
19.11 263. Matt Harmon Polk, Chris HOU RB
19.12 264. Andy Hicks Cowboys, Dallas DAL Def
19.13 265. Matt Bitonti Chandler, Scott NEP TE
19.14 266. Steve Holloway McManus, Brandon DEN PK
20.01 267. Steve Holloway Buccaneers, Tampa Bay TBB Def
20.02 268. Matt Bitonti Hunter, Justin TEN WR
20.03 269. Andy Hicks Janikowski, Sebastian OAK PK
20.04 270. Matt Harmon Crosby, Mason GBP PK
20.05 271. Alex Miglio Amaro, Jace NYJ TE
20.06 272. Jeff Haseley Langford, Jeremy CHI RB
20.07 273. Jene Bramel Conley, Chris KCC WR
20.08 274. BJ Vanderwoude Walsh, Blair MIN PK
20.09 275. Ari Ingel Novak, Nick FA* PK
20.10 276. Mark Wimer Carter, Duron FA WR
20.11 277. Dan Hindery Smith, Devin NYJ WR
20.12 278. John Mamula Bailey, Stedman STL WR
20.13 279. Jeff Tefertiller Jennings, Greg MIA WR
20.14 280. Ryan Hester Hartley, Garrett PIT PK
 

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