Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Simulating Every Round

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Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Simulating Every Round
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It's almost here!

One week from today, the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks will kick off the 2014 NFL season with a rematch of the infamous "Fail Mary" game.

That game will also mark the beginning of another fantasy football campaign, which means there's but one big weekend of fantasy drafts left to go.

For those wise owners who waited to draft (nothing kills the fun in fantasy football like a big injury before the season even starts), these last couple of days provide a final opportunity to get some last-minute research done before the big day.

A big part of that research is analyzing and participating in mock drafts, in an effort to divine where players are being selected and where the value picks lie.

We've got you covered in that regard, with this 12-team, 14-round mock draft.

This mock draft is for a standard scoring league with a starting lineup consisting of one quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, one tight end, one kicker, one team defense and a "flex" player (RB/WR/TE).

The draft was generated using the Draft Wizard at Fantasy Pros, with the author picking from a randomly generated position of 12th.

Now that the rules are out of the way, let's light this candle!

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