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Mock 1: Brent- Non-dynasty and PPR, 12 Team Draft

Link to Mock Draft: https://fanspeak.com/fantasyotc/share.php?d=3314d1b7fc46aae7f332f1680552a1d5

YOUR PICKS
QB1
Jay Cutler (BYE: 9)

RB1
DeMarco Murray (BYE: 11)

RB2
Alfred Morris (BYE: 10)

WR1
Jordy Nelson (BYE: 9)

WR2
Torrey Smith (BYE: 11)

FLEX1
RB Bishop Sankey (BYE: 9)

TE1
Travis Kelce (BYE: 6)

DEF1
Seahawks Defense (BYE: 4)

K1
Shaun Suisham (BYE: 12)

BN1
WR Kendall Wright (BYE: 9)

BN2
WR Golden Tate (BYE: 9)

BN3
WR Marvin Jones (BYE: 4)

BN4

WR Rueben Randle (BYE: 8)

BN5
QB Carson Palmer (BYE: 4)

BN6
RB Lance Dunbar (BYE: 11)

BN7
RB Devonta Freeman (BYE: 9)

Why I like this Draft: I think Jay Cutler is one of the biggest QB sleepers out there. He’s in such a great situation in Chicago that barring an injury it would be shocking to not see him as a top 10 quarterback this year in fantasy scoring. In addition he’s a good sleeper for an unexpected guy to crack the top 5 in fantasy points (among QB’s). Murray and Morris are two proven feature backs and Murray also catches the ball extremely well. Bishop Sankey has the best shot of any rookie to be a 1,000 yard back and is a nice flex option. Jordy Nelson and Torrey Smith give him two quality receiver options as well. The RB depth is weak, but Sankey can always fill in and one of the quality WR back-ups can man the flex spot.

Mock 2: Jason, Non-Dynasty and PPR, 10 Team Mock

 

 

YOUR PICKS
QB1
Drew Brees (BYE: 6)

RB1
Arian Foster (BYE: 10)

RB2
Marshawn Lynch (BYE: 4)

WR1
Calvin Johnson (BYE: 9)

WR2
Wes Welker (BYE: 4)

WR3
Roddy White (BYE: 9)

FLEX1
RB C.J. Spiller (BYE: 9)

TE1
Jason Witten (BYE: 11)

DEF1
Seahawks Defense (BYE: 4)

K1
Matt Bryant (BYE: 9)

BN1
WR DeSean Jackson (BYE: 10)

BN2
RB Chris Johnson (BYE: 11)

BN3
WR Jeremy Maclin (BYE: 7)

BN4
TE Kyle Rudolph (BYE: 10)

BN5
WR Anquan Boldin (BYE: 8)

BN6
RB Ray Rice (BYE: 11)

BN7
QB Tom Brady (BYE: 10)

BN8
RB Carlos Hyde (BYE: 8)

Why I love this Mock Draft: Yes this is a 10 team league so it is easier to stock-up, but this draft did it extremely well. With Drew Brees as the starting QB and Tom Brady as the back-up this team should dominate the QB match-up just about every week. Though not as big of names but having Witten and Rudolph give this team two very good tight ends as well. On top of that this team has really good running backs and wide receivers as well. Not to mention they landed a lot of quality depth as well.

 

Mock 3- TIm, Non-Dynasty and PPR, 12 team Mock Draft

YOUR PICKS

QB1
Tom Brady (BYE: 10)

RB1
Adrian Peterson (BYE: 10)

RB2
Rashard Jennings (BYE: 8)

WR1
Julio Jones (BYE: 9)

WR2
Michael Crabtree (BYE: 8)

FLEX1
RB Lamar Miller (BYE: 5)

TE1
Julius Thomas (BYE: 4)

DEF1
Seahawks Defense (BYE: 4)

K1
Matt Prater (BYE: 4)

BN1
WR Reggie Wayne (BYE: 10)

BN2
RB Danny Woodhead (BYE: 10)

BN3
RB Ray Rice (BYE: 11)

BN4
QB Eli Manning (BYE: 8)

BN5
WR Kelvin Benjamin (BYE: 12)

BN6
TE Travis Kelce (BYE: 6)

 

Why I love this mock draft: This to me is a draft of taking what is there for you and not over reaching. Tom Brady and Eli could both end up being top 12 fantasy QB’s, so even if they aren’t top 5 or even top 7 guys, they will have value in a league like this. Adrian Peterson, Rashad Jennings and Lamar Miller aren’t known as great PPR guys, but they should each be their team’s feature back and bring back quite a few points. Back-ups Woodhead and Rice should be involved in the passing game and add value there. Julius Thomas could be a huge value this year as Jimmy Graham is the only TE who will likely outscore him. Julio Jones, Michael Crabtree and Reggie Wayne are three good receiver options. Taking a flier on Kelvin Benjamin makes sense as well.


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