Footballguys Staff Mock Draft 11, 12 team IDP, PPR

On August 12th, the Footballguys staff got together for their 11th draft of 2017. A 32-round IDP mock draft. Our Aaron Rudnicki provides an unbiased summary of each team's draft.

On August 12th, the Footballguys staff combined with three other IDP writers in the industry completed a 12-team 32-round IDP, PPR mock draft. Below are the league's scoring and bylaws. Our Aaron Rudnicki provides an unbiased summary of each team's picks and strategies. 

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

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 or Rosters - Grid View

  1. Jeff Haseley
  2. Maurile Tremblay
  3. John Norton
  4. Matt Bitonti
  5. Mike Woellert of
  6. Daniel Simpkins
  7. Darin Tietgen
  8. Justin Howe
  9. Alex Miglio
  10. B.J. Vanderwoude
  11. Bee Salamat of fake
  12. Eric Olinger of 

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

Jeff haseley - SLOT 1

1.01 1
Johnson, David ARI RB
2.12 24
Bryant, Dez DAL WR
3.01 25
Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR
4.12 48
Ingram, Mark NOS RB
5.01 49
Alexander, Kwon TBB LB
6.12 72
Griffen, Everson MIN DE
7.01 73
Benjamin, Kelvin CAR WR
8.12 96
McKinney, Benardrick HOU LB
9.01 97
Neal, Keanu ATL S
10.12 120
Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE
11.01 121
West, Terrance BAL RB
12.12 144
Reddick, Haason ARI LB (R)
13.01 145
Rivers, Philip LAC QB
14.12 168
Wilkerson, Muhammad NYJ DE
15.01 169
Adams, Jamal NYJ S (R)
16.12 192
Coleman, Corey CLE WR
17.01 193
Cox, Fletcher PHI DT
18.12 216
Peterson, Adrian NOS RB
19.01 217
Witten, Jason DAL TE
20.12 240
Worley, Daryl CAR CB
21.01 241
Davis, Sean PIT S
22.12 264
Correa, Kamalei BAL LB
23.01 265
Watson, Deshaun HOU QB (R)
24.12 288
Avril, Cliff SEA DE
25.01 289
Boldin, Anquan BUF WR
26.12 312
Shelton, Danny CLE DT
27.01 313
Darby, Ronald PHI CB
28.12 336
Booker, Devontae DEN RB
29.01 337
Harris, Chris DEN CB
30.12 360
Davis, Todd DEN LB
31.01 361
Jones, Chandler ARI LB
32.12 384
Samuel, Curtis CAR WR (R)


Best Pick(s): Benardrick McKinney, LB, HOU (8.12)
Jeff grabbed an elite LB in Kwon Alexander early in the draft but followed that up with another LB1 type when he landed McKinney at the end of round 8 as the 16th linebacker off the board. He finished just outside the top-10 last year and proved that he's not just a 2-down run stopper. With limited competition for tackles in Houston, he should remain highly productive and give this team the best LB1/LB2 combination in the league.

Worst Pick(s): Haason Reddick, LB, ARI (12.12)
While Reddick has some exciting potential, taking him as the 28th linebacker off the board in round 12 feels a bit early to me. He already had 2 anchors at linebacker and the position is among the deepest in the draft, so I think he may have been better off looking for a WR4 or DE2 here.

Evaluation: It's hard not to like a team that starts off with David Johnson, but I think Jeff made strong selections throughout and took advantage of his draft slot. He wisely waited at QB and RB2 and managed to put together one of the best collections of IDPs in the league. Found some nice value late in the draft too with picks like S Sean Davis (21st round), Cliff Avril (24th round) that could certainly wind up contributing as every-week starters.

maurile tremblay - slot 2

1.02 2
Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB
2.11 23
Thomas, Demaryius DEN WR
3.02 26
Baldwin, Doug SEA WR
4.11 47
Robinson, Allen JAC WR
5.02 50
Reed, Jordan WAS TE
6.11 71
Powell, Bilal NYJ RB
7.02 74
Lee, Sean DAL LB
8.11 95
Ingram, Melvin LAC DE
9.02 98
Church, Barry JAC S
10.11 119
Luck, Andrew IND QB
11.02 122
Brown, Zach WAS LB
12.11 143
Clowney, Jadeveon HOU LB
13.02 146
Flowers, Trey NEP DE
14.11 167
Martin, Doug TBB RB
15.02 170
Dareus, Marcell BUF DT
16.11 191
Newton, Cam CAR QB
17.02 194
Hyde, Micah BUF S
18.11 215
Shepard, Sterling NYG WR
19.02 218
Forte, Matt NYJ RB
20.11 239
Williamson, Avery TEN LB
21.02 242
Bradham, Nigel PHI LB
22.11 263
Taylor, Tyrod BUF QB
23.02 266
Doctson, Josh WAS WR
24.11 287
Thomas, Julius MIA TE
25.02 290
Ramsey, Jalen JAC CB
26.11 311
Agholor, Nelson PHI WR
27.02 314
Hayward, Casey LAC CB
28.11 335
Nelson, J.J. ARI WR
29.02 338
Richardson, Sheldon NYJ DE
30.11 359
Compton, Will WAS LB
31.02 362
Brown, Malcom NEP DT
32.11 383
Bell, Vonn NOS S


Best Pick(s): Trey Flowers, DE, NE (13.02)
Maurile landed a pretty safe DE1 late in round 8 with Melvin Ingram and managed to find a very comparable player in Flowers in round 13. The DE position has historically lacked depth, and there is generally a steep drop off at some point after the top players are taken so it's a good idea to take two strong starters relatively early. The position feels a bit deeper than usual this year, but Flowers is a strong breakout candidate after posting 7 sacks in the second half of 2016 and then adding 2.5 sacks in the Super Bowl. With one of the best CB tandems in the league and the loss of any strong competition for playing time, Flowers should see heavy playing time and post top-12 numbers at the position.

Worst Pick(s): Jadeveon Clowney, LB, HOU (12.11)
Clowney is one of those players whose value is determined heavily by his position designation. If he was considered a defensive end he'd warrant a very high selection, but as a linebacker, he's just not particularly valuable. In this particular example it appears Clowney is classified as a linebacker, so taking him as the 27th linebacker off the board feels quite early. With two strong starters already landed at LB in Sean Lee and Zach Brown, I think he may have been better off looking for a RB3 here like Paul Perkins or even a TE2 given the health concerns for Jordan Reed.

Evaluation: When I look at this roster, I see some potential holes that could have been addressed in the draft. For example, the Jets tandem of Matt Forte and Bilal Powell feels risky as a RB2 committee since they figure to split carries on a bad team. Doug Martin could solve the problem eventually but will be unavailable for the first 3 or 4 weeks at least. I'd have some concerns at TE too since Jordan Reed and Julius Thomas aren't particularly reliable. The IDPs look very strong to me, however, and therefore I'd expect this team to be playoff caliber.

john norton - slot 3

1.03 3
Brown, Antonio PIT WR
2.10 22
Elliott, Ezekiel DAL RB
3.03 27
Crowell, Isaiah CLE RB
4.10 46
Ware, Spencer KCC RB
5.03 51
Hunter, Danielle MIN DE
6.10 70
Pierre-Paul, Jason NYG DE
7.03 75
Burfict, Vontaze CIN LB
8.10 94
Williams, Tyrell LAC WR
9.03 99
Henry, Hunter LAC TE
10.10 118
Jack, Myles JAC LB
11.03 123
Carr, Derek OAK QB
12.10 142
Foster, Reuben SFO LB (R)
13.03 147
Parker, DeVante MIA WR
14.10 166
Vaccaro, Kenny NOS S
15.03 171
Cravens, Su'a WAS S
16.10 190
Jones, Marvin DET WR
17.03 195
Rankins, Sheldon NOS DT
18.10 214
Hunt, Kareem KCC RB (R)
19.03 219
Davis, Thomas CAR LB
20.10 238
Dalton, Andy CIN QB
21.03 243
Hargreaves, Vernon TBB CB
22.10 262
Seferian-Jenkins, Austin NYJ TE
23.03 267
Sanu, Mohamed ATL WR
24.10 286
Jackson, Malik JAC DT
25.03 291
Coleman, Kurt CAR S
26.10 310
Harris, David NEP LB
27.03 315
Barnett, Derek PHI DE (R)
28.10 334
Charles, Jamaal DEN RB
29.03 339
Lattimore, Marshon NOS CB (R)
30.10 358
Wilson, Tavon DET S
31.03 363
Boyd, Tyler CIN WR
32.10 382
Vigil, Nick CIN LB


Best Pick(s): Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, NYG (6.10)
John already grabbed an elite DE when he took Danielle Hunter with his 5.03 pick, but I loved the move to follow that up with another stud in round 6. Following his injury, Pierre-Paul no longer has huge sack upside but he was regularly seeing 70+ snaps per game last year and that should give him one of the highest floors in the league. While an argument could be made that the defensive end position doesn't score enough in this format to spend two high picks on it, I think positional scarcity warrants it.

Worst Pick(s): Myles Jack, LB, JAX (10.10)
Jack is certainly a talented player with plenty of upside, but I think drafting him at this point was somewhat optimistic. While the news broke since this draft was held, it now appears he is being moved from MLB back to the strongside where he played last year following a disappointing showing in the preseason opener. He will still be a 3-down linebacker and calling the plays for the defense, but we should expect some growing pains for a young player who is still trying to acclimate and he will have to compete with Telvin Smith, Paul Posluszny, and Barry Church for tackles in a defense that should spend less time on the field this year. I think this team may have been better served taking a WR3 here or even a safer LB choice like Zach Brown.

Evaluation: With the suspension news dropping on Friday, Norton took the plunge on Ezekiel Elliott late in the 2nd round which feels about right. In an IDP league, you can build enough depth at the position and elsewhere to offset those weeks, and then being able to pair him with Antonio Brown late in the year will be tough for any team to beat. I see studs at almost every position, but have some concerns about the depth at WR, TE, and LB.

Matt Bitonti - Slot 4

1.04 4
Beckham, Odell NYG WR
2.09 21
Gurley, Todd LAR RB
3.04 28
Kelce, Travis KCC TE
4.09 45
Kuechly, Luke CAR LB
5.04 52
Hyde, Carlos SFO RB
6.09 69
Adams, Davante GBP WR
7.04 76
Collins, Jamie CLE LB
8.09 93
Edelman, Julian NEP WR
9.04 100
Smith, Telvin JAC LB
10.09 117
Wilson, Russell SEA QB
11.04 124
Jordan, Cameron NOS DE
12.09 141
Moncrief, Donte IND WR
13.04 148
Williams, Leonard NYJ DE
14.09 165
Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha GBP S
15.04 172
Berry, Eric KCC S
16.09 189
Perine, Samaje WAS RB (R)
17.04 196
Anderson, Robby NYJ WR
18.09 213
Engram, Evan NYG TE (R)
19.04 220
Atkins, Geno CIN DT
20.09 237
Palmer, Carson ARI QB
21.04 244
Wentz, Carson PHI QB
22.09 261
Beasley, Vic ATL LB
23.04 268
Anthony, Stephone NOS LB
24.09 285
Randall, Damarious GBP CB
25.04 292
Johnson, Charles CAR DE
26.09 309
Maye, Marcus NYJ S (R)
27.04 316
Nkemdiche, Robert ARI DE
28.09 333
Ford, Dee KCC LB
29.04 340
Kendricks, Mychal PHI LB
30.09 357
Jenkins, Janoris NYG CB
31.04 364
Ngata, Haloti DET DT
32.09 381
Lewis, Dion NEP RB


Best Pick(s): Cameron Jordan, DE, NO (11.04)
Matt waited longer than most teams to grab his DE1, but Jordan represented nice value as the 12th player off the board at his position. He hit 10 sacks in 2015 and 40 solo tackles in 2016, so he has a proven track record and should provide a reliable baseline at one of the DE spots each week.

Worst Pick(s): Telvin Smith, LB, JAX (9.04)
This feels like the right time for a player like Smith to have gone and he probably winds up as the top LB3 in the league, but I'm not sure it was wise to grab a 3rd linebacker before a RB3 or DE1. The linebacker position is high scoring so it does make sense to load up there when possible, but it's also a fairly deep position so you don't see the same drop off in scoring that you will for other positions. Ameer Abdullah went with the next pick and would have provided some needed insurance behind Carlos Hyde, while a comparable LB3 could have likely been found in the next few rounds. Also not crazy about LB Stephone Anthony at 23.04 given that he was benched a year ago and may no longer be in the team's long-term plans.

Evaluation: This team is set up well on offense as long as Todd Gurley and Carlos Hyde stay healthy and play up to expectations, but I'm concerned about the lack of depth behind them (unless Samaje Perine hits). The rest of the team looks very strong, particularly at key positions like WR and LB, so I'd think this team should be in the mix for a playoff spot.

Mike Woellert - Slot 5

1.05 5
Jones, Julio ATL WR
2.08 20
Cooks, Brandin NEP WR
3.05 29
Miller, Lamar HOU RB
4.08 44
Crabtree, Michael OAK WR
5.05 53
Woodhead, Danny BAL RB
6.08 68
Bowman, Navorro SFO LB
7.05 77
Dunlap, Carlos CIN DE
8.08 92
Bryant, Martavis PIT WR
9.05 101
Abdullah, Ameer DET RB
10.08 116
Davis, Jarrad DET LB (R)
11.05 125
Mariota, Marcus TEN QB
12.08 140
Kelley, Rob WAS RB
13.05 149
Williams, Vince PIT LB
14.08 164
Bennett, Michael SEA DE
15.05 173
McFadden, Darren DAL RB
16.08 188
Harrison, Damon NYG DT
17.05 197
Wallace, Mike BAL WR
18.08 212
Bethea, Antoine ARI S
19.05 221
Fiedorowicz, C.J. HOU TE
20.08 236
Goodson, B.J. NYG LB
21.05 245
Reid, Eric SFO S
22.08 260
Cooper, Marcus CHI CB
23.05 269
Flacco, Joe BAL QB
24.08 284
Peppers, Jabrill CLE S (R)
25.05 293
Klein, A.J. NOS LB
26.08 308
Ealy, Kony NEP DE
27.05 317
Gilmore, Stephon NEP CB
28.08 332
Jarrett, Grady ATL DT
29.05 341
Sims, Charles TBB RB
30.08 356
Jackson, Adoree TEN CB (R)
31.05 365
James, Jesse PIT TE
32.08 380
Morrison, Antonio IND LB


Best Pick(s): Damon Harrison, DT, NYG (16.08)
While the DT position doesn't tend to have huge importance in IDP leagues, it's a very shallow position with only a handful of players you want to rely on for consistent weekly production. Harrison led all DTs in points last year in his first year with the Giants so we can probably expect a lot more of the same in 2017. Getting him 8 rounds after Ndamukong Suh went looks like a great value, although that's mostly because Suh was a reach.

Worst Pick(s): Antoine Bethea, S, ARI (18.08)
Obviously, Bethea has been a very productive safety throughout his long career, but he's 33 years old and looking to fit into a new system. The Cardinals team is much better than the 49ers team he came from, so I'm expecting a significant drop-off in his production. He's likely to take over the role vacated by Tony Jefferson, who did finish as a top-10 safety but was also helped by some big plays that the older slower Bethea is unlikely to make. Given that he was only the 18th safety off the board, I wouldn't say he was taken too high but I think perhaps this team waited too long to address the position.

Evaluation: I love the way this team started off the draft by building a strong core at RB and WR in the first 5 picks before grabbing a couple of IDP studs at the two most important positions (LB, DE). That balanced start allowed him to look for any values that presented themselves, and the next handful of picks were used on promising young players with lots of upside at their positions. The only potential hole I see on this team is at TE (C.J. Fiedorowicz and Jesse James are likely a below-average pairing), but I also have concerns over the lack of quality depth at DE and S. I'm not sure there's enough high-end talent throughout the roster, but this feels like a balanced team that will be a tough out each week.

Daniel Simpkins - Slot 6

1.06 6
Evans, Mike TBB WR
2.07 19
Murray, DeMarco TEN RB
3.06 30
McCaffrey, Christian CAR RB (R)
4.07 43
Cook, Dalvin MIN RB (R)
5.06 54
Watkins, Sammy LAR WR
6.07 67
Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR
7.06 78
Kirksey, Christian CLE LB
8.07 91
Brown, Jatavis LAC LB
9.06 102
Graham, Jimmy SEA TE
10.07 115
Henry, Derrick TEN RB
11.06 126
Winston, Jameis TBB QB
12.07 139
Prosise, C.J. SEA RB
13.06 150
Garcon, Pierre SFO WR
14.07 163
Timmons, Lawrence MIA LB
15.06 174
Ansah, Ezekiel DET DE
16.07 187
Lawrence, Demarcus DAL DE
17.06 198
Ogbah, Emmanuel CLE DE
18.07 211
Davis, Demario NYJ LB
19.06 222
Hooper, Austin ATL TE
20.07 235
Addae, Jahleel LAC S
21.06 246
Trevathan, Danny CHI LB
22.07 259
McLeod, Rodney PHI S
23.06 270
Bortles, Blake JAC QB
24.07 283
Williams, Kyle BUF DT
25.06 294
Bradberry, James CAR CB
26.07 307
Jackson, Edwin IND LB
27.06 318
Murray, Latavius MIN RB
28.07 331
Treadwell, Laquon MIN WR
29.06 342
Funchess, Devin CAR WR
30.07 355
Williams, Shawn CIN S
31.06 366
Howard, Xavien MIA CB
32.07 379
Thompson, Darian NYG S


Best Pick(s): Lawrence Timmons, LB, MIA (14.07)
Timmons feels like a great pick at that point in the draft to me, and I think a case could be made that he should have gone quite a bit earlier. Sure, he's leaving the familiar surroundings of the Steelers, but he's locked into a 3-down role in Miami and unlikely to face much competition for tackles from Kiko Alonso who faded noticeably in the second half of 2016. I also thought DE Ezekiel Ansah was a nice value in the 15th round, which helped make up for the fact that this team waited longer than anybody to address that position.

Worst Pick(s): Christian Kirksey, LB, CLE (7.06)
I have serious concerns about Kirksey being able to replicate what he did a year ago when he posted 94 solos and 50 assists. The team added Jamie Collins mid-season last year, but he has a long history of production from his time in New England and should eat into those tackle numbers. I think at that point in the draft (3 LBs had gone in the prior 4 picks), it might have been better to change things up and look at another position as the linebackers available in the next few rounds were likely just as good.

Evaluation: With 3 of the first 4 picks spent on RB, this team will likely go as far as those players will carry it, but the Derrick Henry pick in round 10 also helps lock up that strong Titans ground game. I'd be concerned about the QBs you will need to rely on regularly for the WR2, WR3, and WR4 on this team to be productive. There's no need to spend heavy capital on the DT position, but I would feel better about adding a 2nd option besides 34-year-old Kyle Williams. The linebackers are solid and deep, but I don't have a great outlook on any of the safeties here. Given the uncertainty at that position as well as DE, I would have recommended spending some higher picks at those positions. I think this team's lack of balanced depth would be tough to overcome.

Darin Tietgen - Slot 7

1.07 7
Green, A.J. CIN WR
2.06 18
Hilton, T.Y. IND WR
3.07 31
Landry, Jarvis MIA WR
4.06 42
Olsen, Greg CAR TE
5.07 55
Brady, Tom NEP QB
6.06 66
Mosley, C.J. BAL LB
7.07 79
Campbell, Calais JAC DE
8.06 90
Anderson, C.J. DEN RB
9.07 103
Burnett, Morgan GBP S
10.06 114
Johnson, Duke CLE RB
11.07 127
Alonso, Kiko MIA LB
12.06 138
Matthews, Jordan BUF WR
13.07 151
Smith, Harrison MIN S
14.06 162
Garrett, Myles CLE DE (R)
15.07 175
Blount, LeGarrette PHI RB
16.06 186
Brown, Preston BUF LB
17.07 199
Kamara, Alvin NOS RB (R)
18.06 210
Fleener, Coby NOS TE
19.07 223
Manning, Eli NYG QB
20.06 234
Bucannon, Deone ARI LB
21.07 247
Beasley, Cole DAL WR
22.06 258
Jones, Byron DAL S
23.07 271
Burkhead, Rex NEP RB
24.06 282
Wake, Cameron MIA DE
25.07 295
Posluszny, Paul JAC LB
26.06 306
Hooker, Malik IND S (R)
27.07 319
Liuget, Corey LAC DT
28.06 330
Rhodes, Xavier MIN CB
29.07 343
Rodgers-Cromartie, Dominique NYG CB
30.06 354
Johnson, Trumaine LAR CB
31.07 367
Ryan, Jake GBP LB


Best Pick(s): Preston Brown, LB, BUF (16.06)
Brown was underrated during the offseason as there were reports that he was likely to be cut and replaced by Reggie Ragland. The way things have gone in camp thus far, however, suggests he's locked into a full-time job at MLB on a defense that could have some trouble getting off the field. The outside linebackers and safeties don't appear to pose any significant competition for tackles, so Brown could be in line for some big numbers playing in front of a very generous stat crew.

Worst Pick(s): Kiko Alonso, LB, MIA (11.07)
Alonso is a good linebacker, but he benefited from a lack of competition in Miami last year as the Dolphins lost Reshad Jones in mid-October and didn't really have a second linebacker who was worth much. Even in those favorable circumstances, Alonso finished as the 23rd ranked linebacker in points. He went off the board as the 24th linebacker drafted here, but I believe the addition of Lawrence Timmons and the return of Jones combined with his injury history make Alonso a risky selection as a LB2.

Evaluation: This team waited until round 8 to grab their RB1, which is a tough strategy to pull off. That did allow him to build an extremely strong of WRs along with an elite QB and TE, but it's hard to feel comfortable counting on C.J. Anderson and LeGarrette Blount each and every week. On the defensive side of the ball, I see solid players throughout but no clear groups that stand out as a weakness (assuming Myles Garrett hits), while the safety group should be among the league's best. Less balanced team than I would prefer, and I think the lack of depth at RB would haunt them.

Justin Howe - Slot 8

1.08 8
Gordon, Melvin LAC RB
2.05 17
Nelson, Jordy GBP WR
3.08 32
Mixon, Joe CIN RB (R)
4.05 41
Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB
5.08 56
Bosa, Joey LAC DE
6.05 65
Tate, Golden DET WR
7.08 80
Diggs, Stefon MIN WR
8.05 89
Snead, Willie NOS WR
9.08 104
Barron, Mark LAR LB
10.05 113
Cyprien, Johnathan TEN S
11.08 128
Ertz, Zach PHI TE
12.05 137
White, James NEP RB
13.08 152
Graham, Brandon PHI DE
14.05 161
Perkins, Paul NYG RB
15.08 176
Short, Kawann CAR DT
16.05 185
Miller, Von DEN LB
17.08 200
Matthews, Rishard TEN WR
18.05 209
Ward, T.J. DEN S
19.08 224
Whitehead, Tahir DET LB
20.05 233
Peters, Marcus KCC CB
21.08 248
Rodgers, Jacquizz TBB RB
22.05 257
Jenkins, Malcolm PHI S
23.08 272
Lockett, Tyler SEA WR
24.05 281
Kizer, DeShone CLE QB (R)
25.08 296
Njoku, David CLE TE (R)
26.05 305
Grimes, Brent TBB CB
27.08 320
Williams, Jamaal GBP RB (R)
28.05 329
Wilson, Ramik KCC LB
29.08 344
Swoope, Erik IND TE
30.05 353
Allen, Dwayne NEP TE
31.08 368
Vereen, Shane NYG RB
32.05 377
Kessler, Cody CLE QB


Best Pick(s): Von Miller, LB, DEN (16.05)
Miller finished as the 21st highest scoring LB in this system last year, but he went as the 35th linebacker off the board. That is tremendous value for a player who is likely one of the few favorites for defensive player of the year. He doesn't post the tackle numbers that most of the elite fantasy options do, but his sack numbers and big plays give him a chance to be the top scoring IDP in any given week.

Worst Pick(s): I'm not sure I'd take issue with any particular IDP selection that was made, but he spent far too few on that side of the ball. There is no depth at any defensive position on this roster while he spent 7 picks at RB when only of them can be started in any given week. While it is easier to find IDP talent on the waiver wire than some offensive positions, you're going to wind up having to cut some of these offensive depth players to get them anyway.

Evaluation: Far too many wasted picks at RB and TE late in the draft while the IDP side of the ball has no backups to help deal with injuries and bye weeks. The linebacker group, in particular, looks likely to be the weakest in the league, and it's very difficult to compete in an IDP league without strength or depth at that position.

Alex Miglio - Slot 9

1.09 9
Thomas, Michael NOS WR
2.04 16
Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE
3.09 33
Hill, Tyreek KCC WR
4.04 40
Watt, J.J. HOU DE
5.09 57
Coleman, Tevin ATL RB
6.04 64
Jones, Deion ATL LB
7.09 81
Jones, Reshad MIA S
8.04 88
Suh, Ndamukong MIA DT
9.09 105
Freeman, Jerrell CHI LB
10.04 112
Gore, Frank IND RB
11.09 129
Jackson, DeSean TBB WR
12.04 136
Rawls, Thomas SEA RB
13.09 153
Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB
14.04 160
Hicks, Jordan PHI LB
15.09 177
Buckner, DeForest SFO DE
16.04 184
Johnson, Derrick KCC LB
17.09 201
Weddle, Eric BAL S
18.04 208
Ginn Jr., Ted NOS WR
19.09 225
Ryan, Logan TEN CB
20.04 232
Bernard, Giovani CIN RB
21.09 249
Stills, Kenny MIA WR
22.04 256
Clay, Charles BUF TE
23.09 273
Williams, Jonathan BUF RB
24.04 280
Smith, Alex KCC QB
25.09 297
Chancellor, Kam SEA S
26.04 304
Heyward, Cameron PIT DE
27.09 321
Perriman, Breshad BAL WR
28.04 328
Quinn, Robert LAR LB
29.09 345
Wolfe, Derek DEN DE
30.04 352
Bradford, Sam MIN QB
31.09 369
Gates, Antonio LAC TE
32.04 376
Davis, Vontae IND CB


Best Pick(s): DeForest Buckner, DE, SF (15.09)
Alex took J.J. Watt as the first IDP off the board (deservedly so), and then waited a long time to come back to the position but he found some nice value in Buckner. He is a tremendous athlete and while that doesn't always translate, he still managed to put up 73 combined tackles and 6 sacks on a bad team. While the 49ers have said they plan to use him less than they did a year ago when he played over 1000 snaps, that may not hurt his production if he winds up being more effective in the snaps he does play.

Worst Pick(s): Ndamukong Suh, DT, MIA (8.04)
Suh is easily one of the best defensive tackles in the league, but his fantasy value doesn't always match his NFL value. He's averaged 40 solo tackles and 5.5 sacks during his 2 years with the Dolphins, so it's hard to justify taking him in the 8th round when there were still some really good options available at higher scoring positions like RB or WR.

Evaluation: Waiting at RB is more reasonable in an IDP league where a weakness at any particular position can more easily be offset due to the larger starting lineups. However, going into a season with Tevin Coleman as your RB1 is obviously risky, but the Frank Gore and Thomas Rawls picks could make it work here. I do worry, however, that the WR group isn't as strong here as it should be when you only take 1 RB in the first 9 rounds. J.J. Watt and Rob Gronkowski have the ability to dominate their respective positions, so that could give this team a clear edge so they just need to hope for enough production elsewhere to avoid giving it back.

B.J. Vanderwoude - Slot 10

1.10 10
Freeman, Devonta ATL RB
2.03 15
Cooper, Amari OAK WR
3.10 34
Montgomery, Ty GBP RB
4.03 39
Lynch, Marshawn OAK RB
5.10 58
Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR
6.03 63
Ogletree, Alec LAR LB
7.10 82
David, Lavonte TBB LB
8.03 87
Crowder, Jamison WAS WR
9.10 106
Hughes, Jerry BUF DE
10.03 111
Riddick, Theo DET RB
11.10 130
Ryan, Matt ATL QB
12.03 135
Bennett, Martellus GBP TE
13.10 154
Maclin, Jeremy BAL WR
14.03 159
Thielen, Adam MIN WR
15.10 178
Lacy, Eddie SEA RB
16.03 183
Jefferson, Tony BAL S
17.10 202
Ebron, Eric DET TE
18.03 207
Stafford, Matthew DET QB
19.10 226
McCoy, Gerald TBB DT
20.03 231
Ragland, Reggie BUF LB
21.10 250
Norman, Josh WAS CB
22.03 255
Hurns, Allen JAC WR
23.10 274
Joseph, Linval MIN DT
24.03 279
Butler, Malcolm NEP CB
25.10 298
Adams, Mike CAR S
26.03 303
Addison, Mario CAR DE
27.10 322
Jenkins, Jelani OAK LB
28.03 327
Foreman, D'Onta HOU RB (R)
29.10 346
Howard, O.J. TBB TE (R)
30.03 351
Alexander, Maurice LAR S
31.10 370
Gabriel, Taylor ATL WR
32.03 375
Williams, Joe SFO RB (R)


Best Pick(s): Linval Joseph, DT, MIN (23.10)
This team only spent 4 of their first 16 picks on the defensive side of the ball, so they needed to find quality late in the draft. Joseph is a great example of how that can work as he was the 9th defensive tackle taken but posted nearly 80 combined tackles last year along with 4 sacks. While he's likely to regress somewhat, he should still be able to put up DT1 numbers and his tackle proficiency makes him an easy plug-and-play option.

Worst Pick(s): Reggie Ragland, LB, BUF (20.03)
Ragland may have warranted a pick this high if the draft was a week or two earlier, but he has fallen to 3rd on the Bills depth chart at MLB and doesn't appear likely to challenge for a starting job anytime soon. He missed his rookie season to a torn ACL and is finding it tough to fit into the Bills new 4-3 defense.

Evaluation: This is another team that seemed to overdraft for depth on the offensive side of the ball while spending far too few picks on IDPs. After landing a nice DE1 in Jerry Hughes in round 9, they waited all the way until round 26 to take another at one of the shallowest positions in the league. The team also lacks a LB3 that can be counted on for any type of consistent production. The cornerbacks look very good, but that's a position you can fill in with late picks or on play matchups via the waiver wire. Overall, not enough balance or defensive talent to compete.

Bee Salamat - Slot 11

1.11 11
McCoy, LeSean BUF RB
2.02 14
Fournette, Leonard JAC RB (R)
3.11 35
Allen, Keenan LAC WR
4.02 38
Mack, Khalil OAK LB
5.11 59
Brees, Drew NOS QB
6.02 62
Collins, Landon NYG S
7.11 83
Donald, Aaron LAR DE
8.02 86
Marshall, Brandon NYG WR
9.11 107
Cobb, Randall GBP WR
10.02 110
Wright, K.J. SEA LB
11.11 131
Walker, Delanie TEN TE
12.02 134
Davis, Corey TEN WR (R)
13.11 155
Meredith, Cameron CHI WR
14.02 158
Clark, Frank SEA DE
15.11 179
Doyle, Jack IND TE
16.02 182
Houston, Justin KCC LB
17.11 203
Prescott, Dak DAL QB
18.02 206
Hicks, Akiem CHI DE
19.11 227
Breeland, Bashaud WAS CB
20.02 230
Stewart, Jonathan CAR RB
21.11 251
Byard, Kevin TEN S
22.02 254
Lee, Marqise JAC WR
23.11 275
Washington, DeAndre OAK RB
24.02 278
Marshall, Brandon DEN LB
25.11 299
Jernigan, Timmy PHI DT
26.02 302
Mathieu, Tyrann ARI S
27.11 323
Thompson, Chris WAS RB
28.02 326
Thomas, Solomon SFO DT (R)
29.11 347
Bouye, A.J. JAC CB
30.02 350
Golden, Markus ARI LB
31.11 371
Tuitt, Stephon PIT DE
32.02 374
Burns, Artie PIT CB


Best Pick(s): Landon Collins, S, NYG (6.02)
While I wouldn't typically recommend taking a safety this early, Collins looks like the rare player who can make it worthwhile. He's clearly the top player at his position and coming off a year that saw him score as well as the top-scoring WRs in this league. If he can average twice as many points as the average starting safety again, that's obviously going to be a huge advantage.

Worst Pick(s): Khalil Mack, LB, OAK (4.02)
This is a tricky situation but seems worth mentioning. If Mack gets classified as a DE then he's clearly right up there with J.J. Watt as the most valuable IDPs in the league. It appears that MFL still has him classified as a LB, however, and that puts a huge damper on his value. So, taking him early in the 4th round feels very risky and not advisable unless you feel very confident he's going to be moved to DE and kept there.

Evaluation: The Mack issue obviously looms large with this team, but I think the LB group may wind up being a potential weakness unless Justin Houston returns to form. The WRs are likely weaker than most teams in the league but could be offset by a strong RB core and two good TEs. The DE group is strong and deep, and the corners and safeties should be among the league's best. This feels like a competitive team that wouldn't need too many things to break right to be in the playoffs at the end of the season.

Eric Olinger, Slot 12

1.12 12 Howard, Jordan CHI RB
2.01 13 Ajayi, Jay MIA RB
3.12 36 Jeffery, Alshon PHI WR
4.01 37 Pryor, Terrelle WAS WR
5.12 60 Wagner, Bobby SEA LB
6.01 61 Vernon, Olivier NYG DE
7.12 84 Eifert, Tyler CIN TE
8.01 85 Shazier, Ryan PIT LB
9.12 108 Decker, Eric TEN WR
10.01 109 Gillislee, Mike NEP RB
11.12 132 Cousins, Kirk WAS QB
12.01 133 Kendricks, Eric MIN LB
13.12 156 Britt, Kenny CLE WR
14.01 157 Joseph, Karl OAK S
15.12 180 Spence, Noah TBB DE
16.01 181 Perryman, Denzel LAC LB
17.12 204 Brown, John ARI WR
18.01 205 Lawson, Shaq BUF DE
19.12 228 Sproles, Darren PHI RB
20.01 229 Lee, Darron NYJ LB
21.12 252 Brate, Cameron TBB TE
22.01 253 Ngakoue, Yannick JAC DE
23.12 276 Baker, Budda ARI S (R)
24.01 277 Cutler, Jay MIA QB
25.12 300 Baker, Chris TBB DT
26.01 301 Hill, Jeremy CIN RB
27.12 324 Mclendon, Steve NYJ DT
28.01 325 Peterson, Patrick ARI CB
29.12 348 Carr, Brandon BAL CB
30.01 349 Minter, Kevin CIN LB
31.12 372 Miller, Braxton HOU WR
32.01 373 Heath, Jeff DAL S

Full Draft

pick by pick

1.01 1 Jeff Haseley Johnson, David ARI RB
1.02 2 Maurile Tremblay Bell, Le'Veon PIT RB
1.03 3 John Norton Brown, Antonio PIT WR
1.04 4 Matt Bitonti Beckham, Odell NYG WR
1.05 5 Mike Woellert Jones, Julio ATL WR
1.06 6 Daniel Simpkins Evans, Mike TBB WR
1.07 7 Darin Tietgen Green, A.J. CIN WR
1.08 8 Justin Howe Gordon, Melvin LAC RB
1.09 9 Alex Miglio Thomas, Michael NOS WR
1.10 10 BJ Vanderwoude Freeman, Devonta ATL RB
1.11 11 Bee Salamat McCoy, LeSean BUF RB
1.12 12 Eric Olinger Howard, Jordan CHI RB
2.01 13 Eric Olinger Ajayi, Jay MIA RB
2.02 14 Bee Salamat Fournette, Leonard JAC RB (R)
2.03 15 BJ Vanderwoude Cooper, Amari OAK WR
2.04 16 Alex Miglio Gronkowski, Rob NEP TE
2.05 17 Justin Howe Nelson, Jordy GBP WR
2.06 18 Darin Tietgen Hilton, T.Y. IND WR
2.07 19 Daniel Simpkins Murray, DeMarco TEN RB
2.08 20 Mike Woellert Cooks, Brandin NEP WR
2.09 21 Matt Bitonti Gurley, Todd LAR RB
2.10 22 John Norton Elliott, Ezekiel DAL RB
2.11 23 Maurile Tremblay Thomas, Demaryius DEN WR
2.12 24 Jeff Haseley Bryant, Dez DAL WR
3.01 25 Jeff Haseley Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR
3.02 26 Maurile Tremblay Baldwin, Doug SEA WR
3.03 27 John Norton Crowell, Isaiah CLE RB
3.04 28 Matt Bitonti Kelce, Travis KCC TE
3.05 29 Mike Woellert Miller, Lamar HOU RB
3.06 30 Daniel Simpkins McCaffrey, Christian CAR RB (R)
3.07 31 Darin Tietgen Landry, Jarvis MIA WR
3.08 32 Justin Howe Mixon, Joe CIN RB (R)
3.09 33 Alex Miglio Hill, Tyreek KCC WR
3.10 34 BJ Vanderwoude Montgomery, Ty GBP RB
3.11 35 Bee Salamat Allen, Keenan LAC WR
3.12 36 Eric Olinger Jeffery, Alshon PHI WR
4.01 37 Eric Olinger Pryor, Terrelle WAS WR
4.02 38 Bee Salamat Mack, Khalil OAK LB
4.03 39 BJ Vanderwoude Lynch, Marshawn OAK RB
4.04 40 Alex Miglio Watt, J.J. HOU DE
4.05 41 Justin Howe Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB
4.06 42 Darin Tietgen Olsen, Greg CAR TE
4.07 43 Daniel Simpkins Cook, Dalvin MIN RB (R)
4.08 44 Mike Woellert Crabtree, Michael OAK WR
4.09 45 Matt Bitonti Kuechly, Luke CAR LB
4.10 46 John Norton Ware, Spencer KCC RB
4.11 47 Maurile Tremblay Robinson, Allen JAC WR
4.12 48 Jeff Haseley Ingram, Mark NOS RB
5.01 49 Jeff Haseley Alexander, Kwon TBB LB
5.02 50 Maurile Tremblay Reed, Jordan WAS TE
5.03 51 John Norton Hunter, Danielle MIN DE
5.04 52 Matt Bitonti Hyde, Carlos SFO RB
5.05 53 Mike Woellert Woodhead, Danny BAL RB
5.06 54 Daniel Simpkins Watkins, Sammy LAR WR
5.07 55 Darin Tietgen Brady, Tom NEP QB
5.08 56 Justin Howe Bosa, Joey LAC DE
5.09 57 Alex Miglio Coleman, Tevin ATL RB
5.10 58 BJ Vanderwoude Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR
5.11 59 Bee Salamat Brees, Drew NOS QB
5.12 60 Eric Olinger Wagner, Bobby SEA LB
6.01 61 Eric Olinger Vernon, Olivier NYG DE
6.02 62 Bee Salamat Collins, Landon NYG S
6.03 63 BJ Vanderwoude Ogletree, Alec LAR LB
6.04 64 Alex Miglio Jones, Deion ATL LB
6.05 65 Justin Howe Tate, Golden DET WR
6.06 66 Darin Tietgen Mosley, C.J. BAL LB
6.07 67 Daniel Simpkins Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR
6.08 68 Mike Woellert Bowman, Navorro SFO LB
6.09 69 Matt Bitonti Adams, Davante GBP WR
6.10 70 John Norton Pierre-Paul, Jason NYG DE
6.11 71 Maurile Tremblay Powell, Bilal NYJ RB
6.12 72 Jeff Haseley Griffen, Everson MIN DE
7.01 73 Jeff Haseley Benjamin, Kelvin CAR WR
7.02 74 Maurile Tremblay Lee, Sean DAL LB
7.03 75 John Norton Burfict, Vontaze CIN LB
7.04 76 Matt Bitonti Collins, Jamie CLE LB
7.05 77 Mike Woellert Dunlap, Carlos CIN DE
7.06 78 Daniel Simpkins Kirksey, Christian CLE LB
7.07 79 Darin Tietgen Campbell, Calais JAC DE
7.08 80 Justin Howe Diggs, Stefon MIN WR
7.09 81 Alex Miglio Jones, Reshad MIA S
7.10 82 BJ Vanderwoude David, Lavonte TBB LB
7.11 83 Bee Salamat Donald, Aaron LAR DE
7.12 84 Eric Olinger Eifert, Tyler CIN TE
8.01 85 Eric Olinger Shazier, Ryan PIT LB
8.02 86 Bee Salamat Marshall, Brandon NYG WR
8.03 87 BJ Vanderwoude Crowder, Jamison WAS WR
8.04 88 Alex Miglio Suh, Ndamukong MIA DT
8.05 89 Justin Howe Snead, Willie NOS WR
8.06 90 Darin Tietgen Anderson, C.J. DEN RB
8.07 91 Daniel Simpkins Brown, Jatavis LAC LB
8.08 92 Mike Woellert Bryant, Martavis PIT WR
8.09 93 Matt Bitonti Edelman, Julian NEP WR
8.10 94 John Norton Williams, Tyrell LAC WR
8.11 95 Maurile Tremblay Ingram, Melvin LAC DE
8.12 96 Jeff Haseley McKinney, Benardrick HOU LB
9.01 97 Jeff Haseley Neal, Keanu ATL S
9.02 98 Maurile Tremblay Church, Barry JAC S
9.03 99 John Norton Henry, Hunter LAC TE
9.04 100 Matt Bitonti Smith, Telvin JAC LB
9.05 101 Mike Woellert Abdullah, Ameer DET RB
9.06 102 Daniel Simpkins Graham, Jimmy SEA TE
9.07 103 Darin Tietgen Burnett, Morgan GBP S
9.08 104 Justin Howe Barron, Mark LAR LB
9.09 105 Alex Miglio Freeman, Jerrell CHI LB
9.10 106 BJ Vanderwoude Hughes, Jerry BUF DE
9.11 107 Bee Salamat Cobb, Randall GBP WR
9.12 108 Eric Olinger Decker, Eric TEN WR
10.01 109 Eric Olinger Gillislee, Mike NEP RB
10.02 110 Bee Salamat Wright, K.J. SEA LB
10.03 111 BJ Vanderwoude Riddick, Theo DET RB
10.04 112 Alex Miglio Gore, Frank IND RB
10.05 113 Justin Howe Cyprien, Johnathan TEN S
10.06 114 Darin Tietgen Johnson, Duke CLE RB
10.07 115 Daniel Simpkins Henry, Derrick TEN RB
10.08 116 Mike Woellert Davis, Jarrad DET LB (R)
10.09 117 Matt Bitonti Wilson, Russell SEA QB
10.10 118 John Norton Jack, Myles JAC LB
10.11 119 Maurile Tremblay Luck, Andrew IND QB
10.12 120 Jeff Haseley Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE
11.01 121 Jeff Haseley West, Terrance BAL RB
11.02 122 Maurile Tremblay Brown, Zach WAS LB
11.03 123 John Norton Carr, Derek OAK QB
11.04 124 Matt Bitonti Jordan, Cameron NOS DE
11.05 125 Mike Woellert Mariota, Marcus TEN QB
11.06 126 Daniel Simpkins Winston, Jameis TBB QB
11.07 127 Darin Tietgen Alonso, Kiko MIA LB
11.08 128 Justin Howe Ertz, Zach PHI TE
11.09 129 Alex Miglio Jackson, DeSean TBB WR
11.10 130 BJ Vanderwoude Ryan, Matt ATL QB
11.11 131 Bee Salamat Walker, Delanie TEN TE
11.12 132 Eric Olinger Cousins, Kirk WAS QB
12.01 133 Eric Olinger Kendricks, Eric MIN LB
12.02 134 Bee Salamat Davis, Corey TEN WR (R)
12.03 135 BJ Vanderwoude Bennett, Martellus GBP TE
12.04 136 Alex Miglio Rawls, Thomas SEA RB
12.05 137 Justin Howe White, James NEP RB
12.06 138 Darin Tietgen Matthews, Jordan BUF WR
12.07 139 Daniel Simpkins Prosise, C.J. SEA RB
12.08 140 Mike Woellert Kelley, Rob WAS RB
12.09 141 Matt Bitonti Moncrief, Donte IND WR
12.10 142 John Norton Foster, Reuben SFO LB (R)
12.11 143 Maurile Tremblay Clowney, Jadeveon HOU LB
12.12 144 Jeff Haseley Reddick, Haason ARI LB (R)
13.01 145 Jeff Haseley Rivers, Philip LAC QB
13.02 146 Maurile Tremblay Flowers, Trey NEP DE
13.03 147 John Norton Parker, DeVante MIA WR
13.04 148 Matt Bitonti Williams, Leonard NYJ DE
13.05 149 Mike Woellert Williams, Vince PIT LB
13.06 150 Daniel Simpkins Garcon, Pierre SFO WR
13.07 151 Darin Tietgen Smith, Harrison MIN S
13.08 152 Justin Howe Graham, Brandon PHI DE
13.09 153 Alex Miglio Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB
13.10 154 BJ Vanderwoude Maclin, Jeremy BAL WR
13.11 155 Bee Salamat Meredith, Cameron CHI WR
13.12 156 Eric Olinger Britt, Kenny CLE WR
14.01 157 Eric Olinger Joseph, Karl OAK S
14.02 158 Bee Salamat Clark, Frank SEA DE
14.03 159 BJ Vanderwoude Thielen, Adam MIN WR
14.04 160 Alex Miglio Hicks, Jordan PHI LB
14.05 161 Justin Howe Perkins, Paul NYG RB
14.06 162 Darin Tietgen Garrett, Myles CLE DE (R)
14.07 163 Daniel Simpkins Timmons, Lawrence MIA LB
14.08 164 Mike Woellert Bennett, Michael SEA DE
14.09 165 Matt Bitonti Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha GBP S
14.10 166 John Norton Vaccaro, Kenny NOS S
14.11 167 Maurile Tremblay Martin, Doug TBB RB
14.12 168 Jeff Haseley Wilkerson, Muhammad NYJ DE
15.01 169 Jeff Haseley Adams, Jamal NYJ S (R)
15.02 170 Maurile Tremblay Dareus, Marcell BUF DT
15.03 171 John Norton Cravens, Su'a WAS S
15.04 172 Matt Bitonti Berry, Eric KCC S
15.05 173 Mike Woellert McFadden, Darren DAL RB
15.06 174 Daniel Simpkins Ansah, Ezekiel DET DE
15.07 175 Darin Tietgen Blount, LeGarrette PHI RB
15.08 176 Justin Howe Short, Kawann CAR DT
15.09 177 Alex Miglio Buckner, DeForest SFO DE
15.10 178 BJ Vanderwoude Lacy, Eddie SEA RB
15.11 179 Bee Salamat Doyle, Jack IND TE
15.12 180 Eric Olinger Spence, Noah TBB DE
16.01 181 Eric Olinger Perryman, Denzel LAC LB
16.02 182 Bee Salamat Houston, Justin KCC LB
16.03 183 BJ Vanderwoude Jefferson, Tony BAL S
16.04 184 Alex Miglio Johnson, Derrick KCC LB
16.05 185 Justin Howe Miller, Von DEN LB
16.06 186 Darin Tietgen Brown, Preston BUF LB
16.07 187 Daniel Simpkins Lawrence, Demarcus DAL DE
16.08 188 Mike Woellert Harrison, Damon NYG DT
16.09 189 Matt Bitonti Perine, Samaje WAS RB (R)
16.10 190 John Norton Jones, Marvin DET WR
16.11 191 Maurile Tremblay Newton, Cam CAR QB
16.12 192 Jeff Haseley Coleman, Corey CLE WR
17.01 193 Jeff Haseley Cox, Fletcher PHI DT
17.02 194 Maurile Tremblay Hyde, Micah BUF S
17.03 195 John Norton Rankins, Sheldon NOS DT
17.04 196 Matt Bitonti Anderson, Robby NYJ WR
17.05 197 Mike Woellert Wallace, Mike BAL WR
17.06 198 Daniel Simpkins Ogbah, Emmanuel CLE DE
17.07 199 Darin Tietgen Kamara, Alvin NOS RB (R)
17.08 200 Justin Howe Matthews, Rishard TEN WR
17.09 201 Alex Miglio Weddle, Eric BAL S
17.10 202 BJ Vanderwoude Ebron, Eric DET TE
17.11 203 Bee Salamat Prescott, Dak DAL QB
17.12 204 Eric Olinger Brown, John ARI WR
18.01 205 Eric Olinger Lawson, Shaq BUF DE
18.02 206 Bee Salamat Hicks, Akiem CHI DE
18.03 207 BJ Vanderwoude Stafford, Matthew DET QB
18.04 208 Alex Miglio Ginn Jr., Ted NOS WR
18.05 209 Justin Howe Ward, T.J. DEN S
18.06 210 Darin Tietgen Fleener, Coby NOS TE
18.07 211 Daniel Simpkins Davis, Demario NYJ LB
18.08 212 Mike Woellert Bethea, Antoine ARI S
18.09 213 Matt Bitonti Engram, Evan NYG TE (R)
18.10 214 John Norton Hunt, Kareem KCC RB (R)
18.11 215 Maurile Tremblay Shepard, Sterling NYG WR
18.12 216 Jeff Haseley Peterson, Adrian NOS RB
19.01 217 Jeff Haseley Witten, Jason DAL TE
19.02 218 Maurile Tremblay Forte, Matt NYJ RB
19.03 219 John Norton Davis, Thomas CAR LB
19.04 220 Matt Bitonti Atkins, Geno CIN DT
19.05 221 Mike Woellert Fiedorowicz, C.J. HOU TE
19.06 222 Daniel Simpkins Hooper, Austin ATL TE
19.07 223 Darin Tietgen Manning, Eli NYG QB
19.08 224 Justin Howe Whitehead, Tahir DET LB
19.09 225 Alex Miglio Ryan, Logan TEN CB
19.10 226 BJ Vanderwoude McCoy, Gerald TBB DT
19.11 227 Bee Salamat Breeland, Bashaud WAS CB
19.12 228 Eric Olinger Sproles, Darren PHI RB
20.01 229 Eric Olinger Lee, Darron NYJ LB
20.02 230 Bee Salamat Stewart, Jonathan CAR RB
20.03 231 BJ Vanderwoude Ragland, Reggie BUF LB
20.04 232 Alex Miglio Bernard, Giovani CIN RB
20.05 233 Justin Howe Peters, Marcus KCC CB
20.06 234 Darin Tietgen Bucannon, Deone ARI LB
20.07 235 Daniel Simpkins Addae, Jahleel LAC S
20.08 236 Mike Woellert Goodson, B.J. NYG LB
20.09 237 Matt Bitonti Palmer, Carson ARI QB
20.10 238 John Norton Dalton, Andy CIN QB
20.11 239 Maurile Tremblay Williamson, Avery TEN LB
20.12 240 Jeff Haseley Worley, Daryl CAR CB
21.01 241 Jeff Haseley Davis, Sean PIT S
21.02 242 Maurile Tremblay Bradham, Nigel PHI LB
21.03 243 John Norton Hargreaves, Vernon TBB CB
21.04 244 Matt Bitonti Wentz, Carson PHI QB
21.05 245 Mike Woellert Reid, Eric SFO S
21.06 246 Daniel Simpkins Trevathan, Danny CHI LB
21.07 247 Darin Tietgen Beasley, Cole DAL WR
21.08 248 Justin Howe Rodgers, Jacquizz TBB RB
21.09 249 Alex Miglio Stills, Kenny MIA WR
21.10 250 BJ Vanderwoude Norman, Josh WAS CB
21.11 251 Bee Salamat Byard, Kevin TEN S
21.12 252 Eric Olinger Brate, Cameron TBB TE
22.01 253 Eric Olinger Ngakoue, Yannick JAC DE
22.02 254 Bee Salamat Lee, Marqise JAC WR
22.03 255 BJ Vanderwoude Hurns, Allen JAC WR
22.04 256 Alex Miglio Clay, Charles BUF TE
22.05 257 Justin Howe Jenkins, Malcolm PHI S
22.06 258 Darin Tietgen Jones, Byron DAL S
22.07 259 Daniel Simpkins McLeod, Rodney PHI S
22.08 260 Mike Woellert Cooper, Marcus CHI CB
22.09 261 Matt Bitonti Beasley, Vic ATL LB
22.10 262 John Norton Seferian-Jenkins, Austin NYJ TE
22.11 263 Maurile Tremblay Taylor, Tyrod BUF QB
22.12 264 Jeff Haseley Correa, Kamalei BAL LB
23.01 265 Jeff Haseley Watson, Deshaun HOU QB (R)
23.02 266 Maurile Tremblay Doctson, Josh WAS WR
23.03 267 John Norton Sanu, Mohamed ATL WR
23.04 268 Matt Bitonti Anthony, Stephone NOS LB
23.05 269 Mike Woellert Flacco, Joe BAL QB
23.06 270 Daniel Simpkins Bortles, Blake JAC QB
23.07 271 Darin Tietgen Burkhead, Rex NEP RB
23.08 272 Justin Howe Lockett, Tyler SEA WR
23.09 273 Alex Miglio Williams, Jonathan BUF RB
23.10 274 BJ Vanderwoude Joseph, Linval MIN DT
23.11 275 Bee Salamat Washington, DeAndre OAK RB
23.12 276 Eric Olinger Baker, Budda ARI S (R)
24.01 277 Eric Olinger Cutler, Jay MIA QB
24.02 278 Bee Salamat Marshall, Brandon DEN LB
24.03 279 BJ Vanderwoude Butler, Malcolm NEP CB
24.04 280 Alex Miglio Smith, Alex KCC QB
24.05 281 Justin Howe Kizer, DeShone CLE QB (R)
24.06 282 Darin Tietgen Wake, Cameron MIA DE
24.07 283 Daniel Simpkins Williams, Kyle BUF DT
24.08 284 Mike Woellert Peppers, Jabrill CLE S (R)
24.09 285 Matt Bitonti Randall, Damarious GBP CB
24.10 286 John Norton Jackson, Malik JAC DT
24.11 287 Maurile Tremblay Thomas, Julius MIA TE
24.12 288 Jeff Haseley Avril, Cliff SEA DE
25.01 289 Jeff Haseley Boldin, Anquan BUF WR
25.02 290 Maurile Tremblay Ramsey, Jalen JAC CB
25.03 291 John Norton Coleman, Kurt CAR S
25.04 292 Matt Bitonti Johnson, Charles CAR DE
25.05 293 Mike Woellert Klein, A.J. NOS LB
25.06 294 Daniel Simpkins Bradberry, James CAR CB
25.07 295 Darin Tietgen Posluszny, Paul JAC LB
25.08 296 Justin Howe Njoku, David CLE TE (R)
25.09 297 Alex Miglio Chancellor, Kam SEA S
25.10 298 BJ Vanderwoude Adams, Mike CAR S
25.11 299 Bee Salamat Jernigan, Timmy PHI DT
25.12 300 Eric Olinger Baker, Chris TBB DT
26.01 301 Eric Olinger Hill, Jeremy CIN RB
26.02 302 Bee Salamat Mathieu, Tyrann ARI S
26.03 303 BJ Vanderwoude Addison, Mario CAR DE
26.04 304 Alex Miglio Heyward, Cameron PIT DE
26.05 305 Justin Howe Grimes, Brent TBB CB
26.06 306 Darin Tietgen Hooker, Malik IND S (R)
26.07 307 Daniel Simpkins Jackson, Edwin IND LB
26.08 308 Mike Woellert Ealy, Kony NEP DE
26.09 309 Matt Bitonti Maye, Marcus NYJ S (R)
26.10 310 John Norton Harris, David NEP LB
26.11 311 Maurile Tremblay Agholor, Nelson PHI WR
26.12 312 Jeff Haseley Shelton, Danny CLE DT
27.01 313 Jeff Haseley Darby, Ronald PHI CB
27.02 314 Maurile Tremblay Hayward, Casey LAC CB
27.03 315 John Norton Barnett, Derek PHI DE (R)
27.04 316 Matt Bitonti Nkemdiche, Robert ARI DE
27.05 317 Mike Woellert Gilmore, Stephon NEP CB
27.06 318 Daniel Simpkins Murray, Latavius MIN RB
27.07 319 Darin Tietgen Liuget, Corey LAC DT
27.08 320 Justin Howe Williams, Jamaal GBP RB (R)
27.09 321 Alex Miglio Perriman, Breshad BAL WR
27.10 322 BJ Vanderwoude Jenkins, Jelani OAK LB
27.11 323 Bee Salamat Thompson, Chris WAS RB
27.12 324 Eric Olinger Mclendon, Steve NYJ DT
28.01 325 Eric Olinger Peterson, Patrick ARI CB
28.02 326 Bee Salamat Thomas, Solomon SFO DT (R)
28.03 327 BJ Vanderwoude Foreman, D'Onta HOU RB (R)
28.04 328 Alex Miglio Quinn, Robert LAR LB
28.05 329 Justin Howe Wilson, Ramik KCC LB
28.06 330 Darin Tietgen Rhodes, Xavier MIN CB
28.07 331 Daniel Simpkins Treadwell, Laquon MIN WR
28.08 332 Mike Woellert Jarrett, Grady ATL DT
28.09 333 Matt Bitonti Ford, Dee KCC LB
28.10 334 John Norton Charles, Jamaal DEN RB
28.11 335 Maurile Tremblay Nelson, J.J. ARI WR
28.12 336 Jeff Haseley Booker, Devontae DEN RB
29.01 337 Jeff Haseley Harris, Chris DEN CB
29.02 338 Maurile Tremblay Richardson, Sheldon NYJ DE
29.03 339 John Norton Lattimore, Marshon NOS CB (R)
29.04 340 Matt Bitonti Kendricks, Mychal PHI LB
29.05 341 Mike Woellert Sims, Charles TBB RB
29.06 342 Daniel Simpkins Funchess, Devin CAR WR
29.07 343 Darin Tietgen Rodgers-Cromartie, Dominique NYG CB
29.08 344 Justin Howe Swoope, Erik IND TE
29.09 345 Alex Miglio Wolfe, Derek DEN DE
29.10 346 BJ Vanderwoude Howard, O.J. TBB TE (R)
29.11 347 Bee Salamat Bouye, A.J. JAC CB
29.12 348 Eric Olinger Carr, Brandon BAL CB
30.01 349 Eric Olinger Minter, Kevin CIN LB
30.02 350 Bee Salamat Golden, Markus ARI LB
30.03 351 BJ Vanderwoude Alexander, Maurice LAR S
30.04 352 Alex Miglio Bradford, Sam MIN QB
30.05 353 Justin Howe Allen, Dwayne NEP TE
30.06 354 Darin Tietgen Johnson, Trumaine LAR CB
30.07 355 Daniel Simpkins Williams, Shawn CIN S
30.08 356 Mike Woellert Jackson, Adoree TEN CB (R)
30.09 357 Matt Bitonti Jenkins, Janoris NYG CB
30.10 358 John Norton Wilson, Tavon DET S
30.11 359 Maurile Tremblay Compton, Will WAS LB
30.12 360 Jeff Haseley Davis, Todd DEN LB
31.01 361 Jeff Haseley Jones, Chandler ARI LB
31.02 362 Maurile Tremblay Brown, Malcom NEP DT
31.03 363 John Norton Boyd, Tyler CIN WR
31.04 364 Matt Bitonti Ngata, Haloti DET DT
31.05 365 Mike Woellert James, Jesse PIT TE
31.06 366 Daniel Simpkins Howard, Xavien MIA CB
31.07 367 Darin Tietgen Ryan, Jake GBP LB
31.08 368 Justin Howe Vereen, Shane NYG RB
31.09 369 Alex Miglio Gates, Antonio LAC TE
31.10 370 BJ Vanderwoude Gabriel, Taylor ATL WR
31.11 371 Bee Salamat Tuitt, Stephon PIT DE
31.12 372 Eric Olinger Miller, Braxton HOU WR
32.01 373 Eric Olinger Heath, Jeff DAL S
32.02 374 Bee Salamat Burns, Artie PIT CB
32.03 375 BJ Vanderwoude Williams, Joe SFO RB (R)
32.04 376 Alex Miglio Davis, Vontae IND CB
32.05 377 Justin Howe Kessler, Cody CLE QB
32.06 378 Darin Tietgen Goldman, Eddie CHI DT
32.07 379 Daniel Simpkins Thompson, Darian NYG S
32.08 380 Mike Woellert Morrison, Antonio IND LB
32.09 381 Matt Bitonti Lewis, Dion NEP RB
32.10 382 John Norton Vigil, Nick CIN LB
32.11 383 Maurile Tremblay Bell, Vonn NOS S
32.12 384 Jeff Haseley Samuel, Curtis CAR WR (R)


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