User Submitted Fantasy Mock Drafts of the Week: July 19th

Fantasy Football Fantasy Mock Drafts

Here is a look at three of my favorite user submitted Mock Drafts of the week, using the On the Clock Fantasy Tool.

Mock 1: Jeff, League Type: PPR no Dynasty, Number of teams 10

Link to Mock Draft: https://fanspeak.com/fantasyotc/share.php?d=5617f64558154710b134ac4fc05ac31a

 

YOUR PICKS
QB1
Colin Kaepernick (BYE: 8)
RB1
Jamaal Charles (BYE: 6)
RB2
Montee Ball (BYE: 4)
WR1
Alshon Jeffery (BYE: 9)
WR2
Victor Cruz (BYE: 8)
FLEX1
RB Bishop Sankey (BYE: 9)
DEF1
Seahawks Defense (BYE: 4)
K1
Matt Prater (BYE: 4)
BN1
RB Chris Johnson (BYE: 11)
BN2
WR Percy Harvin (BYE: 4)
BN3
WR Golden Tate (BYE: 9)
BN4
QB Tom Brady (BYE: 10)
BN5
WR Cordarrelle Patterson (BYE: 10)

 

Why I Like it: 

Jamaal Charles and Monte Ball are a great 1-2 punch as PPR league backs. Charles last year led running backs with over 70 catches and Ball steps into a situation where he should get plenty of catches as he replaces Knowshon Moreno in the Broncos high powered offense. Both players could be top 10 fantasy backs this season, giving this team a great foundation. Bishop Sankey in the Flex spot gives this team likely the top rookie running back as well and another back capable of putting up over 1,000 yards. Though Chris Johnson‘s outlook isn’t as rosy as it was in the past, he’s still been a solid back and isn’t a bad option as a back-up. Alshon Jeffery is an immensely talented receiver and is both a yardage and TD threat in this offense. Victor Cruz could have a nice bounce back year and could put up big points in a PPR system as the Giants top target. Both Percy Harvin and Golden Tate are quality back-ups, both capable of putting up 1,000 yards. At QB Colin Kaepernick is still a fantasy weapon and if he falters at all this team has Tom Brady to back him up. Last but not least they ended up with the Seahawks and Matt Prater giving them two top notch options for those slots.

 

Mock 2: David , League Type: Standard Scoring, Number of Teams: 12

Link to Mock: https://fanspeak.com/fantasyotc/share.php?d=24bdbc83892818f235c3e76ec6f7f4bc

 

YOUR PICKS
QB1
Aaron Rodgers (BYE: 9)
RB1
Jamaal Charles (BYE: 6)
RB2
Steven Jackson (BYE: 9)
WR1
Vincent Jackson (BYE: 7)
WR2
DeSean Jackson (BYE: 10)
FLEX1
WR Eric Decker (BYE: 11)
TE1
Rob Gronkowski (BYE: 10)
DEF1
Seahawks Defense (BYE: 4)
K1
Kai Forbath (BYE: 10)
BN1
WR Dwayne Bowe (BYE: 6)
BN2
RB DeAngelo Williams (BYE: 12)
BN3
RB Mark Ingram (BYE: 6)
BN4
DEF 49ers Defense (BYE: 8)
BN5
QB Carson Palmer (BYE: 4)
BN6
TE Jared Cook (BYE: 4)

 

Why I like it: 

I know a lot of people may not love this draft because they went QB and WR early, but when you have a core of your team that is Jamaal Charles, Aaron Rodgers, Vincent Jackson, Rob Gronkowski, DeSean Jackson and Eric Decker, you are probably going to be in contention most weeks. Vincent Jackson, Gronk and Decker should all be big TD producers, which is obviously very important in standard scoring. And of course Rodgers and Charles should be top 3 in scoring at their respective positions as well. Steven Jackson is the big question mark here, but he could be in line for a solid bounce back in this offense. Despite all the injuries to him and the rest of the offense, Jackson still managed to put up a combined 700 yards and 7 TDs. That’s over 110 fantasy points, which isn’t bad considering how last year went for Atlanta. The depth isn’t as strong on this team, but that’s not surprising in a 12 team league. Bowe and DeAngelo Williams though should both be solid back-up options.

Mock 3: Matt, PPR non Dynasty, 10 team league

Link to Mock Draft: https://fanspeak.com/fantasyotc/share.php?d=1d10980d0ca296f245e56fbceded2a0a

 

YOUR PICKS
QB1
Tom Brady (BYE: 10)
RB1
Adrian Peterson (BYE: 10)
RB2
Marshawn Lynch (BYE: 4)
WR1
Julio Jones (BYE: 9)
WR2
Victor Cruz (BYE: 8)
FLEX1
WR Roddy White (BYE: 9)
TE1
Charles Clay (BYE: 5)
DEF1
Seahawks Defense (BYE: 4)
K1
Matt Prater (BYE: 4)
BN1
WR Percy Harvin (BYE: 4)
BN2
WR Jeremy Maclin (BYE: 7)
BN3
RB Stevan Ridley (BYE: 10)
BN4
RB Ray Rice (BYE: 11)
BN5
RB Trent Richardson (BYE: 10)
BN6
TE Ladarius Green (BYE: 10)

 

Why I like it: 

While this is a PPR league and Adrian Peterson and Marshawn Lynch are not known for their receiving ability, I still really like those picks. Both of those guys will still bring in a ton of fantasy points, even if they aren’t catching the ball 5 times a game. Both are safe bets for 1,200 + yards and 10 or more TD’s. Backing them up (and also for consideration in the flex spot) is Stevan Ridley who is another back who doesn’t catch the ball much, but he could be back in line to being the Patriots featured runner, particularly in short yardage situations. Ray Rice is a risk, but being drafted this late is worth it if he can bounce back. Trent Richardson is another sleeper who could finally breakout this year. At wide receiver this team is pretty strong as Julio Jones, Victor Cruz and Roddy White all have the potential to be top 15 receivers. And for games where he doesn’t want to double up with Falcons receivers, he has quality options in Percy Harvin and Jeremy Maclin who are both figured to be their team’s top receivers this year. Tight end isn’t as strong on paper, but Charles Clay has gotten better each year and Ladarius Green is considered a top sleeper tight end. The Seahawks defense and Matt Prater give this team top options to fill those spots.


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