Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Simulating Every Round

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Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Simulating Every Round
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Like Arian Foster here, we pray you don't let the Texans' workhorse back slip past the third overall pick. Namaste!

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 and arm yourself with my 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.

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