Fantasy Football Expert League Draft Results: Round 1 Recap

Michael WhooleySenior Writer IAugust 24, 2009

ST. LOUIS, MO - AUGUST 21: Running back Steven Jackson #39 of the St. Louis Rams runs the ball against the Atlanta Falcons during the preseason game at the Edward Jones Dome on August 21, 2009 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

It is time ladies and gentlemen of Bruno Boys Nation to introduce you to the fantasy draft that tops all fantasy drafts.

Yes, folks, we’ve saved the best for last—the Bruno Boys Fantasy Football Expert League Draft. We’ve searched the nation far and wide to gather the best fantasy football experts out there. After all, if you want to be the best, you have to beat the best.

These guys and gal don’t fool around, it’s strictly business, and with that in mind, we’re jumping right into the ROUND ONE results of the Bruno Boys Fantasy Football Expert League Draft.

Let’s check out to see how Round One played out in the Bruno Boys Fantasy Football Expert League Draft which will be played out at The scoring system is “standard” scoring and each team starts 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 K, 1 DEF.

2009 Bruno Boys Expert League Draft—Round One Results

1.01  Adrian Peterson (Min)
1.02   Fantasy Football Librarian: Maurice Jones-Drew (Jac)
1.03   Fantasy Sharks: Michael Turner (Atl)
1.04   Fantasy Pros 911: Matt Forte (Chi)
1.05   Athlon/Grogan Fantasy Football: LaDainian Tomlinson (SD)
1.06   Yahoo!: Steven Jackson (StL)
1.07   Roto Wire: Larry Fitzgerald (Ari)
1.08   Roto World: Chris Johnson (Ten)
1.09 Steve Slaton (Hou)
1.10   Owner’s Edge/Fan Ball: Randy Moss (NE)

1.11   Bruno Boys Fantasy Football: DeAngelo Williams (Car)

1.12   Fantasy Football Xtreme: Frank Gore (SF)



Bruno Boys Fantasy Football Pick

Sitting on the clock with the 11th overall pick, we head out to Carolina and take the man who led all running backs in fantasy football points last year, DeAngelo Williams. Williams is not a guy that we project to repeat his ‘08 performance, but he ranks sixth overall in our Fantasy Football Top 150 Rankings and was a guy we couldn’t pass on this late in the first round.

Even if Williams see’s a 25 percent decline in production (which we project) from a year ago, he still would go over 1,200 yards and find pay dirt 15 times. Not to shabby for a late first rounder.


Fantasy Football Expert League Draft Results: Round 1 Recap