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Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Simulating Every Round

Eric MackFantasy Football Lead WriterJanuary 9, 2017

Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Simulating Every Round

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    You should be well prepared for your draft by now. It is time to get drafting, and we have your road map right here with a round-by-round mock draft simulation.

    You have consumed The Complete 2013 Fantasy Football Primer, my comprehensive look at all the sleepers, busts and breakouts by position.

    You boned up on the 25 Things You Absolutely Must Know for Your Fantasy Football Draft, where I outline all the tricks and strategies and give you all the insight a fantasy analyst can provide.

    You have even gone back to review the Fantasy Football Takeaways from NFL Preseason Week 3 to get the latest on the most recent risers and sliders.

    Now, you should print a single-page cheat sheet like the one I produced for SI.com and arm yourself with my SI.com Top 300 and the wisdom of the crowd: the average draft positions from your draft sites like Yahoo!, ESPN and CBS Sports.

    For reference sake, the following round-by-round slides will be for a standard, 12-team, non-PPR, 16-round mock draft. Starting lineups will feature one quarterback, two running backs, three wide receivers, one tight end, one defense/special teams, a kicker and a flex player (RB-WR-TE). All touchdowns will be worth six points: passing, rushing and receiving.

    It is time take those tools out of the tool box and chisel out your 2013 fantasy football masterpiece. Click through with us; we promise you are going to learn things along the way.

     

    Note: This is a serpentine (snake) draft, with trailing parenthetical numbers representing the team (numbered 1-12) who's picking.

Round 1: The Feature Running Backs

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    1. RB Adrian Peterson, MIN (1)
    2. RB Doug Martin, TB (2)
    3. RB Arian Foster, HOU (3)
    4. RB Marshawn Lynch, SEA (4)
    5. RB Ray Rice, BAL (5)
    6. RB Jamaal Charles, KC (6)
    7. RB C.J. Spiller, BUF (7)
    8. WR Calvin Johnson, DET (8)
    9. RB LeSean McCoy, PHI (9)
    10. RB Alfred Morris, WAS (10)
    11. RB Trent Richardson, CLE (11)
    12. RB Stevan Ridley, NE (12)

    The order of the feature backs could differ some, but the first-round inhabitants should be comprised of only this select group. Since this is a non-PPR league, Calvin Johnson is the only receiver to be picked and Stevan Ridley's 1,200 yards and 12 touchdowns warrant a first-round selection.

Round 2: The Elite WRs, QBs and TE

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    1. WR A.J. Green, CIN (12)
    2. RB Chris Johnson, TEN (11)
    3. WR Julio Jones, ATL (10)
    4. WR Dez Bryant, DAL (9)
    5. QB Aaron Rodgers, GB (8)
    6. WR Brandon Marshall, CHI (7)
    7. RB Steven Jackson, ATL (6)
    8. RB Matt Forte, CHI (5)
    9. TE Jimmy Graham, NO (4)
    10. RB DeMarco Murray, DAL (3)
    11. QB Drew Brees, NO (2)
    12. WR Demaryius Thomas, DEN (1)

    Round 2 is going to be one for the elite receivers, the first of the quarterbacks, the feature-back leftovers and perhaps one and only one tight end, Jimmy Graham. We would suggest you not reach for Graham here—viable starting tight ends are a dime a dozen—but if you like having the potential knockout star at the position, begin to consider it after the top 20 players are off the board.

    Whether or not you pick an elite quarterback or tight end here, you want to be sure to have at least one running back at this point. Failing that, you are going to have a hard time finding two starter-worthy options at the most important position in fantasy.

Round 3: It Promises to Be WR Heavy

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    1. WR Larry Fitzgerald, ARI (1)
    2. WR Roddy White, ATL (2)
    3. WR Victor Cruz, NYG (3)
    4. QB Peyton Manning, DEN (4)
    5. WR Andre Johnson, HOU (5)
    6. WR Randall Cobb, GB (6)
    7. RB Reggie Bush, DET (7)
    8. RB Maurice Jones-Drew, JAC (8)
    9. WR Vincent Jackson, TB (9)
    10. RB David Wilson, NYG (10)
    11. WR Marques Colston, NO (11)
    12. RB Frank Gore, SF (12)

    The third round is traditionally one for the receivers, particularly if you didn't get one in the previous round. If you don't draft a receiver with one of your first three picks, you better start planning to hammer the position for the ensuing rounds.

    In one-quarterback leagues, resist the urge to go quarterback here. There are going to be good quarterbacks available in a few more rounds, we promise.

Round 4: Sure-Fire WR Starters Dry Up Here

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    1. WR Danny Amendola, NE (12)
    2. RB Montee Ball, DEN (11)
    3. WR Wes Welker, DEN (10)
    4. WR Eric Decker, DEN (9)
    5. WR Hakeem Nicks, NYG (8)
    6. WR Dwayne Bowe, KC (7)
    7. QB Cam Newton, CAR (6)
    8. WR Reggie Wayne, IND (5)
    9. WR Torrey Smith, BAL (4)
    10. QB Colin Kaepernick, SF (3)
    11. WR Pierre Garcon, WAS (2)
    12. RB Lamar Miller, MIA (1)

    This is another wide receiver-heavy round. In fact, it might be the last time you see a 1,000-yard, 10-touchdown candidate on the board. It would be a good idea to make sure you have two receivers by the end of Round 4.

    If you are one of those all over the new-wave mobile quarterbacks, this is the first round you should consider jumping on them. While they could provide returns that make them worthy of a pick in earlier rounds, their so-so supporting casts make them risky at a high draft position. Round 4, after you have some backs and receivers, is the time the risk becomes worth taking.

Round 5: Gronk Shouldn't Last This Long

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    1. TE Rob Gronkowski, NE (1)
    2. TE Jason Witten, DAL (2)
    3. WR James Jones, GB (3)
    4. RB Eddie Lacy, GB (4)
    5. QB Matt Ryan, ATL (5)
    6. WR Antonio Brown, PIT (6)
    7. QB Tom Brady, NE (7)
    8. RB Darren Sproles, NO (8)
    9. RB Giovani Bernard, CIN (9)
    10. QB Matthew Stafford, DET (10)
    11. WR DeSean Jackson, PHI (11)
    12. RB Ryan Mathews, SD (12)

    Drafters are certainly scared off by Gronk's back surgery and his mid-September best-case scenario for a return, but they also see the potential. Don't wait until Round 5 to hope he slips.

    As for the quarterbacks, this has been a common round for drop-back quarterback monsters Ryan, Brady and Stafford. They have second-round ceilings and fifth-round floors. They are a great value here.

Round 6: Last of the Low-End RB Starters

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    1. WR Mike Wallace, MIA (12)
    2. WR Mike Williams, TB (11)
    3. WR Jordy Nelson, GB (10)
    4. QB Robert Griffin, WAS (9)
    5. RB Daryl Richardson, STL (8)
    6. RB Darren McFadden, OAK (7)
    7. RB Ahmad Bradshaw, IND (6)
    8. RB Mark Ingram, NO (5)
    9. WR Cecil Shorts, JAC (4)
    10. RB DeAngelo Williams, CAR (3)
    11. RB Rashard Mendenhall, ARI (2)
    12. RB Chris Ivory, NYJ (1)

    This round will dry up the last of the true starting running backs in the NFL. You will want to have at least three running backs on your roster through Round 6; otherwise, you are going to be left scrambling at a position that is not easy to draft value at later.

    This week's news of RG3's Week 1 start puts him in this round, if not a round higher. He is the best of the read-option quarterbacks, even if Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick are getting more love from the fantasy masses.

Round 7: Have Your QB at This Point

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    1. WR T.Y. Hilton, IND (1)
    2. WR Steve Smith, CAR (2)
    3. WR Steve Johnson, BUF (3)
    4. WR Miles Austin, DAL (4)
    5. RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis, CIN (5)
    6. TE Vernon Davis, SF (6)
    7. WR Tavon Austin, STL (7)
    8. RB Bilal Powell, NYJ (8)
    9. TE Tony Gonzalez, ATL (9)
    10. RB Shane Vereen, NE (10)
    11. RB Ronnie Hillman, DEN (11)
    12. QB Andrew Luck, IND (12)

    While it is possible one of the top 12 fantasy quarterbacks will slip through this round as someone takes the strategy of waiting on QBs to the highest level, you would be best served to have your quarterback by the end of Round 7.

    If you already have your quarterback, find your starter at tight end or add to your wide receiver depth. It is likely running backs will be dried up by now, so your opinions here would qualify as a reach. Wait a round or two to pick through the running back scraps, even if you missed on the position in the early rounds.

Round 8: Time to Handcuff Your Round 1 RB

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    1. RB Le'Veon Bell, PIT (12)
    2. QB Tony Romo, DAL (11)
    3. TE Kyle Rudolph, MIN (10)
    4. RB Bryce Brown, PHI (9)
    5. WR Anquan Boldin, SF (8)
    6. RB Vick Ballard, IND (7)
    7. WR Greg Jennings, MIN (6)
    8. WR Josh Gordon, CLE (5)
    9. RB Bernard Pierce, BAL (4)
    10. RB Ben Tate, HOU (3)
    11. RB Jonathan Dwyer, PIT (2)
    12. QB Russell Wilson, SEA (1)

    Through seven rounds, you should have your starters at quarterback, running back and wide receiver set. If you drafted one of the elite running backs who has a well-regarded backup, now is the time to pick him. It is called a handcuff.

    The best handcuffs project to have value for fantasy owners regardless of whether they eventually start, so other fantasy owners will start hounding your ace's backup. Get at jump on those fools here.

Round 9: Time to Start Picking Defenses

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    1. RB Danny Woodhead, SD (1)
    2. RB Isaac Redman, PIT (2)
    3. TE Greg Olsen, CAR (3)
    4. WR Kenny Britt, TEN (4)
    5. TE Antonio Gates, SD (5)
    6. RB Pierre Thomas, NO (6)
    7. RB Fred Jackson, BUF (7)
    8. DST Seahawks, SEA (8)
    9. WR Vincent Brown, SD (9)
    10. RB Andre Brown, NYG (10)
    11. TE Owen Daniels, HOU (11)
    12. RB Isaiah Pead, STL (12)

    Assuming everything has gone according to plan and you haven't had to scramble to correct an early mistake, you can consider undoing the bubble wrap on the defensive/special teams units. The Seattle Seahawks are a good No. 1.

    If you haven't locked up your quarterback starter and at least one extra running back and receiver after your starters, you have to wait on defense (and perhaps tight end). Use Round 9 to make sure you are covered at the more important running back and receiver positions. There are some sleepers who will emerge in this round at those spots.

Round 10: Pick Up Insurance at QB Here

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    1. RB Zac Stacy, STL (12)
    2. RB Shonn Greene, TEN (11)
    3. WR Sidney Rice, SEA (10)
    4. RB Knowshon Moreno, DEN (9)
    5. TE Jermichael Finley, GB (8)
    6. RB Joique Bell, DET (7)
    7. RB Jacquizz Rodgers, ATL (6)
    8. RB Michael Bush, CHI (5)
    9. QB Michael Vick, PHI (4)
    10. RB Jonathan Stewart, CAR (3)
    11. RB Johnathan Franklin, GB (2)
    12. QB Eli Manning, NYG (1)

    Like Round 9, this is another opportunity to backfill what you might have missed at running back and receiver. The options are not great here, but take fliers on the best of what is left.

    If you have followed this script perfectly, you should be set up to score a premium backup fantasy quarterback. It is the highest-scoring position in your league every week, so buy some insurance on your starter here no matter where you picked him. The best of the backup fantasy quarterbacks are going off the board now.

Round 11: Expect a Run on Defenses Now

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    1. DST 49ers, SF (1)
    2. DST Texans, HOU (2)
    3. DST Bears, CHI (3)
    4. DST Steelers, PIT (4)
    5. DST Bengals, CIN (5)
    6. RB Knile Davis, KC (6)
    7. TE Brandon Pettigrew, DET (7)
    8. WR Lance Moore, NO (8)
    9. QB Andy Dalton, CIN (9)
    10. RB Roy Helu, WAS (10)
    11. WR Kenbrell Thompkins, NE (11)
    12. TE Martellus Bennett, CHI (12)

    Unless you are a fantasy owner who likes to treat the defensive/special teams position like a revolving door, swapping them out every week based on the matchup, you will want to have your primary defensive unit by now. The defenses that will be immune to unfavorable matchups won't last long after 11 rounds.

    If you already have that squared away and have a tight end starter, you can start value-picking on the players that have been overlooked. A sleeper like Pats rookie Thompkins might not make it here, but someone of his ilk will. Snatch up the surprise fallers in Round 12.

Round 12: Reliable Defenses Dry Up by Now

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    1. RB Kendall Hunter, SF (12)
    2. DST Broncos, DEN (11)
    3. DST Patriots, NE (10)
    4. DST Packers, GB (9)
    5. QB Ben Roethlisberger, PIT (8)
    6. DST Ravens, BAL (7)
    7. WR Justin Blackmon, JAC (6)
    8. WR Alshon Jeffery, CHI (5)
    9. RB Robert Turbin, SEA (4)
    10. WR Golden Tate, SEA (3)
    11. RB LaMichael James, SF (2)
    12. RB Daniel Thomas, MIA (1)

    Once your league starts picking defenses, it might take just a few rounds for the position's viable starters to be completely picked over. If you are in a league that gives big points (especially big negatives) to defenses, you will want to have your starter at the position by now.

    Outside of that, keep picking your running back handcuffs or depth at the deep receiver position. Sleepers like Alshon Jeffery and the suspended Justin Blackmon could fall to this level. They would qualify as steals at this point.

Round 13: Look for High-Ceiling Talent

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    1. WR Chris Givens, STL (1)
    2. WR Emmanuel Sanders, PIT (2)
    3. QB Carson Palmer, ARI (3)
    4. RB Christine Michael, SEA (4)
    5. WR Michael Floyd, ARI (5)
    6. WR DeAndre Hopkins, HOU (6)
    7. WR Aaron Dobson, NE (7)
    8. RB Ryan Williams, ARI (8)
    9. WR Brandon LaFell, CAR (9)
    10. WR Mohamed Sanu, CIN (10)
    11. QB Josh Freeman, TB (11)
    12. DST Rams, STL (12)

    This is perhaps the last round you have to play with. Your final rounds will be left to make sure you have a kicker, defense, tight end and the bye-week coverage on your starters at the premium positions (quarterback, running back and receiver).

    If you are a fantasy veteran, you have all that furniture squared away and you can take some high-ceiling prospects we have yet to truly get a look at. Rookie receivers like Hopkins and Dobson are nice picks, as are some second-year talents primed for a breakthrough like Floyd and Sanu. If oft-injured Ryan Williams is still on the board, snatch him up, just in case he winds up stealing the job from Rashard Mendenhall in Arizona.

Round 14: Finally! Kickers Start to Go

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    1. RB LeGarrette Blount, NE (12)
    2. WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, IND (11)
    3. WR Denarius Moore, OAK (10)
    4. RB Mikel Leshoure, DET (9)
    5. WR Greg Little, CLE (8)
    6. WR Cordarrelle Patterson, MIN (7)
    7. QB Sam Bradford, STL (6)
    8. K Stephen Gostkowski, NE (5)
    9. RB Marcel Reece, OAK (4)
    10. K Phil Dawson, SF (3)
    11. WR Ryan Broyles, DET (2)
    12. RB Toby Gerhart, MIN (1)

    Assuming you are well stocked across the board, you can draft a kicker if you are really anxious to here. It might be the only way you lock up a steady guy like Gostkowski or a potential breakthrough kicking monster in the 49ers' Dawson.

    Otherwise, you will be plugging holes at your premium positions or picking up sleepers at wide receiver.

Round 15: WR Pool Is Merely Scraps Now

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    1. WR Kendall Wright, TEN (1)
    2. QB Joe Flacco, BAL (2)
    3. WR Santonio Holmes, NYJ (3)
    4. WR Rueben Randle, NYG (4)
    5. RB Brandon Bolden, NE (5)
    6. K Matt Bryant, ATL (6)
    7. WR Nate Burleson, DET (7)
    8. K Blair Walsh, MIN (8)
    9. K Matt Prater, DEN (9)
    10. K Justin Tucker, BAL (10)
    11. K Dan Bailey, DAL (11)
    12. K Greg Zuerlein, STL (12)

    At this point, there is likely nothing left at receiver or running back, so going with your kicker before everyone else plans to in the final round isn't a terrible thing. You at least get your pick of the litter that way, if you need it.

    Hint: Pick a kicker with a late bye week, as I advise at SI.com. It is one of my favorite strategies to attack the least important position in fantasy.

    Many fantasy owners drop their kicker going into the bye week and use a set-it-and-forget-it strategy at the position. A late bye week will ultimately give you the flexibility to pick up the kickers owners drop during the bye season or not worry about making a move at all.

Round 16: The Leftovers and Kickers

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    1. WR Jeremy Kerley, NYJ (12)
    2. TE Jared Cook, STL (11)
    3. QB Jay Cutler, CHI (10)
    4. K Garrett Hartley, NO (9)
    5. QB Philip Rivers, SD (8)
    6. K Steven Hauschka, SEA (7)
    7. DST Falcons, ATL (6)
    8. QB Alex Smith, KC (5)
    9. K Randy Bullock, HOU (4)
    10. RB Joseph Randle, DAL (3)
    11. K Mason Crosby, GB (2)
    12. K Sebastian Janikowski, OAK (1)

    There are rarely any decisions to be made in the last round. They tend to be made for you by all of your other picks. Most leagues require you to draft a legal starting lineup, so make sure you have coverage at all the positions before you call out your Mr. Irrelevant.

     

    Team-by-team results

    In case you want to see how each of the draft positions fared, here is a team-by-team breakdown of this mock draft: 

     

    Team No. 1

    1

    RB

    Adrian Peterson

    MIN

    24

    WR

    Demaryius Thomas

    DEN

    25

    WR

    Larry Fitzgerald

    ARI

    48

    RB

    Lamar Miller

    MIA

    49

    TE

    Rob Gronkowski

    NE

    72

    RB

    Chris Ivory

    NYJ

    73

    WR

    Reggie Wayne

    IND

    85

    RB

    Le'Veon Bell

    PIT

    97

    RB

    Danny Woodhead

    SD

    120

    QB

    Eli Manning

    NYG

    121

    DST

     49ers

    SF

    144

    RB

    Daniel Thomas

    MIA

    145

    WR

    Chris Givens

    STL

    168

    RB

    Toby Gerhart

    MIN

    169

    WR

    Kendall Wright

    TEN

    192

    K

    Sebastian Janikowski

    OAK

     

    Team No. 2

    2

    RB

    Doug Martin

    TB

    23

    QB

    Drew Brees

    NO

    26

    WR

    Roddy White

    ATL

    47

    WR

    Pierre Garcon

    WAS

    50

    TE

    Jason Witten

    DAL

    71

    RB

    Rashard Mendenhall

    ARI

    74

    WR

    Steve Smith

    CAR

    86

    QB

    Tony Romo

    DAL

    98

    RB

    Isaac Redman

    PIT

    119

    RB

    Johnathan Franklin

    GB

    122

    DST

     Texans

    HOU

    143

    RB

    LaMichael James

    SF

    146

    WR

    Emmanuel Sanders

    PIT

    167

    WR

    Ryan Broyles

    DET

    170

    QB

    Joe Flacco

    BAL

    191

    K

    Mason Crosby

    GB

     

    Team No. 3

    3

    RB

    Arian Foster

    HOU

    22

    RB

    DeMarco Murray

    DAL

    27

    WR

    Victor Cruz

    NYG

    46

    QB

    Colin Kaepernick

    SF

    51

    WR

    James Jones

    GB

    70

    RB

    DeAngelo Williams

    CAR

    75

    WR

    Steve Johnson

    BUF

    87

    RB

    Ben Tate

    HOU

    99

    TE

    Greg Olsen

    CAR

    118

    RB

    Jonathan Stewart

    CAR

    123

    DST

     Bears

    CHI

    142

    WR

    Golden Tate

    SEA

    147

    QB

    Carson Palmer

    ARI

    166

    K

    Phil Dawson

    SF

    171

    WR

    Santonio Holmes

    NYJ

    190

    RB

    Joseph Randle

    DAL

     

    Team No. 4

    4

    RB

    Marshawn Lynch

    SEA

    21

    TE

    Jimmy Graham

    NO

    28

    QB

    Peyton Manning

    DEN

    45

    WR

    Torrey Smith

    BAL

    52

    RB

    Eddie Lacy

    GB

    69

    WR

    Cecil Shorts

    JAC

    76

    WR

    Miles Austin

    DAL

    88

    RB

    Bryce Brown

    PHI

    100

    WR

    Kenny Britt

    TEN

    117

    QB

    Michael Vick

    PHI

    124

    DST

     Steelers

    PIT

    141

    RB

    Robert Turbin

    SEA

    148

    RB

    Christine Michael

    SEA

    165

    RB

    Marcel Reece

    OAK

    172

    WR

    Rueben Randle

    NYG

    189

    K

    Randy Bullock

    HOU

     

    Team No. 5

    5

    RB

    Ray Rice

    BAL

    20

    RB

    Matt Forte

    CHI

    29

    WR

    Andre Johnson

    HOU

    44

    WR

    Reggie Wayne

    IND

    53

    QB

    Matt Ryan

    ATL

    68

    RB

    Mark Ingram

    NO

    77

    RB

    BenJarvus Green-Ellis

    CIN

    89

    WR

    Anquan Boldin

    SF

    101

    TE

    Antonio Gates

    SD

    116

    RB

    Michael Bush

    CHI

    125

    DST

     Bengals

    CIN

    140

    WR

    Alshon Jeffery

    CHI

    149

    WR

    Michael Floyd

    ARI

    164

    K

    Stephen Gostkowski

    NE

    173

    RB

    Brandon Bolden

    NE

    188

    QB

    Alex Smith

    KC

     

    Team No. 6

    6

    RB

    Jamaal Charles

    KC

    19

    RB

    Steven Jackson

    ATL

    30

    WR

    Randall Cobb

    GB

    43

    QB

    Cam Newton

    CAR

    54

    WR

    Antonio Brown

    PIT

    67

    RB

    Ahmad Bradshaw

    IND

    78

    TE

    Vernon Davis

    SF

    90

    RB

    Vick Ballard

    IND

    102

    RB

    Pierre Thomas

    NO

    115

    RB

    Jacquizz Rodgers

    ATL

    126

    RB

    Knile Davis

    KC

    139

    WR

    Justin Blackmon

    JAC

    150

    WR

    DeAndre Hopkins

    HOU

    163

    QB

    Sam Bradford

    STL

    174

    K

    Matt Bryant

    ATL

    187

    DST

     Falcons

    ATL

     

    Team No. 7

     

    7

    RB

     C.J. Spiller

    BUF

    18

    WR

    Brandon Marshall

    CHI

    31

    RB

    Reggie Bush

    DET

    42

    WR

    Dwayne Bowe

    KC

    55

    QB

    Tom Brady

    NE

    66

    RB

    Darren McFadden

    OAK

    79

    WR

    Tavon Austin

    STL

    91

    WR

    Greg Jennings

    MIN

    103

    RB

    Fred Jackson

    BUF

    114

    RB

    Joique Bell

    DET

    127

    TE

    Brandon Pettigrew

    DET

    138

    DST

     Ravens

    BAL

    151

    WR

    Aaron Dobson

    NE

    162

    WR

    Cordarrelle Patterson

    MIN

    175

    WR

    Nate Burleson

    DET

    186

    K

    Steven Hauschka

    SEA

     

    Team No. 8

    8

    WR

    Calvin Johnson

    DET

    17

    QB

    Aaron Rodgers

    GB

    32

    RB

    Maurice Jones-Drew

    JAC

    41

    WR

    Hakeem Nicks

    NYG

    56

    RB

    Darren Sproles

    NO

    65

    RB

    Daryl Richardson

    STL

    80

    RB

    Bilal Powell

    NYJ

    92

    WR

    Josh Gordon

    CLE

    104

    DST

     Seahawks

    SEA

    113

    TE

    Jermichael Finley

    GB

    128

    WR

    Lance Moore

    NO

    137

    QB

    Ben Roethlisberger

    PIT

    152

    RB

    Ryan Williams

    ARI

    161

    WR

    Greg Little

    CLE

    176

    K

    Blair Walsh

    MIN

    185

    QB

    Philip Rivers

    SD

     

    Team No. 9

    9

    RB

    LeSean McCoy

    PHI

    16

    WR

    Dez Bryant

    DAL

    33

    WR

    Vincent Jackson

    TB

    40

    WR

    Eric Decker

    DEN

    57

    RB

    Giovani Bernard

    CIN

    64

    QB

    Robert Griffin

    WAS

    81

    TE

    Tony Gonzalez

    ATL

    93

    RB

    Bernard Pierce

    BAL

    105

    WR

    Vincent Brown

    SD

    112

    RB

    Knowshon Moreno

    DEN

    129

    QB

    Andy Dalton

    CIN

    136

    DST

     Packers

    GB

    153

    WR

    Brandon LaFell

    CAR

    160

    RB

    Mikel Leshoure

    DET

    177

    K

    Matt Prater

    DEN

    184

    K

    Garrett Hartley

    NO

     

    Team No. 10

    10

    RB

    Alfred Morris

    WAS

    15

    WR

    Julio Jones

    ATL

    34

    RB

    David Wilson

    NYG

    39

    WR

    Wes Welker

    DEN

    58

    QB

    Matthew Stafford

    DET

    63

    WR

    Jordy Nelson

    GB

    82

    RB

    Shane Vereen

    NE

    94

    TE

    Kyle Rudolph

    MIN

    106

    RB

    Andre Brown

    NYG

    111

    WR

    Sidney Rice

    SEA

    130

    RB

    Roy Helu

    WAS

    135

    DST

     Patriots

    NE

    154

    WR

    Mohamed Sanu

    CIN

    159

    WR

    Denarius Moore

    OAK

    178

    K

    Justin Tucker

    BAL

    183

    QB

    Jay Cutler

    CHI

     

    Team No. 11

    11

    RB

    Trent Richardson

    CLE

    14

    RB

    Chris Johnson

    TEN

    35

    WR

    Marques Colston

    NO

    38

    RB

    Montee Ball

    DEN

    59

    WR

    DeSean Jackson

    PHI

    62

    WR

    Mike Williams

    TB

    83

    RB

    Ronnie Hillman

    DEN

    95

    RB

    Jonathan Dwyer

    PIT

    107

    TE

    Owen Daniels

    HOU

    110

    RB

    Shonn Greene

    TEN

    131

    WR

    Kenbrell Thompkins

    NE

    134

    DST

     Broncos

    DEN

    155

    QB

    Josh Freeman

    TB

    158

    WR

    Darrius Heyward-Bey

    IND

    179

    K

    Dan Bailey

    DAL

    182

    TE

    Jared Cook

    STL

     

    Team No. 12

    12

    RB

    Stevan Ridley

    NE

    13

    WR

    A.J. Green

    CIN

    36

    RB

    Frank Gore

    SF

    37

    WR

    Danny Amendola

    NE

    60

    RB

    Ryan Mathews

    SD

    61

    WR

    Mike Wallace

    MIA

    84

    QB

    Andrew Luck

    IND

    96

    QB

    Russell Wilson

    SEA

    108

    RB

    Isaiah Pead

    STL

    109

    RB

    Zac Stacy

    STL

    132

    TE

    Martellus Bennett

    CHI

    133

    RB

    Kendall Hunter

    SF

    156

    DST

     Rams

    STL

    157

    RB

    LeGarrette Blount

    NE

    180

    K

    Greg Zuerlein

    STL

    181

    WR

    Jeremy Kerley

    NYJ

      

    Eric Mack, one of the giants among fantasy writers, is the Fantasy Football Lead Writer for Bleacher Report this season. Follow him on Twitter, where you can ask him endless questions about your team, rip him for his content and even challenge him to a head-to-head fantasy game. You can also listen to him on his podcast he deprecatingly dubbed the Fantasy FatCast.

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