Fantasy Football 2014: Fantasy Mock Draft Breakdown and Round-by-Round Analysis

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Fantasy Football 2014: Fantasy Mock Draft Breakdown and Round-by-Round Analysis
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With training camp in full swing and the NFL season just over a month away, it’s time to get serious about your fantasy football draft preparation.

And there’s no better way to hone your team-building strategy than through mock drafts.

You’ve done your homework. You’ve studied the expert player rankings and projections. You’re on top of all the recent and relevant league news.

Now, the next step toward draft dominance is putting your skills to the test in a live draft setting.

As a primer, the following 12-team, standard-league mock-draft breakdown provides a round-by-round analysis, examining the strategy and reasoning behind each of my selections, while also taking a look at the best and worst value picks in each round.

Each team’s roster includes the following positions:

QB, RB1, RB2, WR1, WR2, TE, Flex RB/WR/TE, D/ST, K, Bench (six total spots)

Join me as I build my team. Then, give it a try yourself and use the comments section to discuss your mock drafting results and strategy.

 

Note: The following mock draft was completed in late July on FantasyFootballCalculator.com. All references to ADP (average draft position) and positional rankings data derived from the site.

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