Fantasy Football Mock Draft 2013: Round-by-Round Expert Projections

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Fantasy Football Mock Draft 2013: Round-by-Round Expert Projections
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The second week of the 2013 NFL preseason gets underway Thursday, and with opening night drawing closer, fantasy draft season is kicking into overdrive.

As fantasy football enthusiasts prepare for their upcoming drafts, there are a number of tools at their disposal, one of which is participating in and reviewing mock drafts.

We've already examined a 12-team PPR draft in a piece I wrote last week, so this time, we'll switch things up with a look at a 10-team "standard" fantasy football draft.

You can view the scoring settings for this draft here, and the roster requirements here.

With that out of the way, let's take a round-by-round look at how this draft unfoldedthe hits and the misses, as well as the reaches and steals. We'll then wrap things up by reviewing how each team fared overall.

A quick note before we proceed. The analysis of each round contains a "best pick" and "worst pick," but "worst" is a relative term. After all, if Jim Brown, Barry Sanders, Eric Dickerson, Walter Payton and Thurman Thomas were mentioned together, most folks would call Thomas the "worst" of that group. That doesn't mean he isn't good, though.

Franchise No. 1, you are on the clock!

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