Fantasy Football 101: 20 Rounds of Total Mock Draft Domination

Khai GordonContributor IAugust 23, 2010

Fantasy Football 101: 20 Rounds of Total Mock Draft Domination

0 of 32

    With the 2010 NFL Fantasy Football frenzy in full swing, many team owners are scrambling for tips, statistics and possible sleeper picks that will set their team apart in order to bring home that coveted fantasy football championship.

    What better way to flex your football moxie by drafting not only the best of the best, but also the players that hold the keys to those earth shattering weeks when the great players sometimes fall short.

    I've spent countless hours studying statistics, researching depth charts and reading training camp reports and preseason write ups, to discover those special players that are sure to separate your squad from the pack.

    This post will provide you with a 20-round, 12-team, 240-player mock draft which does the hard work for you and should serve as your complete guide to fantasy football fame and glory.  

    The draft order was preset to draft players in the following order.  Teams 1-12 for Round 1 followed by teams 12-1 for Round 2 and that exact format will repeat and follow through rounds 1-20 with Team 1 having the first pick in the "NFL Fantasy Football 101: 20 Rounds of Total Mock Draft Domination" draft.

Round 1, Pick 1: Chris Johnson, RB Tennessee Titans

1 of 32

    Team 1 selects

    Chris Johnson. Here's a no-brainer.  

    In 2009, Johnson rushed for 2,000 yards, averaging 125 yards a game and 14 touchdowns.  Is there really anything else left to be said here about Johnson?

    Fantasy owners can all breathe a collective sigh of relief as Johnson's holdout is now a thing of the past, and he will again lead the Titans offense this season.

    If you're lucky enough to garner that glorified first pick in your league's draft, Chris Johnson should be your only choice in securing a solid player to build a team around.

Round 1, Pick 2: Adrian Peterson, RB Minnesota Vikings

2 of 32

    Team 2 selects

    Now that Brett Favre is back with the Vikings, Adrian Peterson will definitely be able to resume his place in statistical allure.  

    Last season, Peterson picked up where he left off in 2008, with an impressive 1,383 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns.  With the departure of Chester Taylor those numbers are likely to grow as he becomes the main guy with an increased amount of touches.

    However, Peterson does pose a potential risk, having seven fumbles in 2009, six of which were lost to the opposing team.  He's not a significant liability though, as his up swing is far greater overall.

Round 1, Pick 3: Maurice Jones-Drew, RB Jacksonville Jaguars

3 of 32

    Team 3 selects

    With the emergence of Mike Sims-Walker at wide receiver for Jacksonville, this will allow the running game for Jones-Drew to remain relatively in place.  Jones-Drew is a compact athletic runner who personifies the age-old saying that "In football, the low man wins."

    Averaging close to 87 yards per game and 15 touchdowns in 2009, Jones-Drew, when healthy, provides the kind of consistency that team owners can rely on time and again.

Round 1, Pick 4: Ray Rice, RB Baltimore Ravens

4 of 32

    Team 4 selects 

    Ray Rice's success will benefit from an aggressive offseason by a Ravens team who brought in an arsenal of weapons for quarterback Joe Flacco to utilize in the offense.

    Rice had a productive 2009 season rushing the football, but he also led the team in receiving yards with 703, which I'm sure the additions of receivers Anquan Boldin and Donté Stallworth will help to alleviate, leaving Rice the opportunity to focus on the run game and getting into the end zone more often.  

Round 1, Pick 5: Frank Gore, RB San Francisco 49ers

5 of 32

    Team 5 selects 

    With the inconsistent talent at quarterback for the 49ers, Frank Gore is the entire offense for San Francisco.  In addition, the 49ers brought in former Eagles running back Brian Westbrook to help carry the load and spell Gore, which should help preserve his health and increase his production.

    Another plus for choosing Gore is the addition of return specialist Ted Ginn, Jr., which will allow for much better field position and an increase in touchdowns from Gore will likely reap many owners some generous benefits.

    He had 10 touchdowns in 2009 and finished the year with over 1,100 rushing yards.

Round 1, Pick 6: Michael Turner, RB Atlanta Falcons

6 of 32

    Team 6 selects 

    Despite being a marked man every season, Michael Turner has consistently produced above average statistical seasons and seems poised to continue that tradition in 2010.

    He had 10 touchdowns in 2009 and while he didn't break the 1,000 yard mark, he had a solid season with 871 yards with 80 yards a game.

Round 1, Pick 7: Andre Johnson, WR Houston Texans

7 of 32

    Team 7 selects 

    A wise man once said "Ask and ye shall receive." And receive Andre Johnson does and receive he did, when he was awarded the largest contract of any NFL wide receiver by the Texans in August.

    Will this provide any extra motivation for the best receiver in the league?  Fantasy owners should all hear a resounding YES, as Johnson shined without just compensation all this time.  Johnson and quarterback Matt Schaub connected last season 101 times for over 1,500 yards and nine touchdowns.  He averaged 98 yards a game and he did it all with a huge bulls eye on his back.

    The good health of tight end Owen Daniels will be of great help this season in taking some of the attention off of Johnson as well.  

Round 1, Pick 8: Steven Jackson, RB St. Louis Rams

8 of 32

    Team 8 selects 

    When you say St. Louis Rams football, you think Steven Jackson.  He is the team's entire offense.  

    With no other weapons to take the pressure off of Jackson, he still produced a 1,400 rushing yard season.  His only issue was getting into the end zone, scoring only four touchdowns in 2009.   But with an average of 94 yards a game, team owners have to feel confident that they're drafting a solid running back that can get it done.

Round 1, Pick 9: Aaron Rodgers, QB Green Bay Packers

9 of 32

    Team 9 selects 

    What?!  Not Drew Brees, not Peyton Manning as the first quarterback off of the draft board in fantasy football?  Is the sky falling?

    NO!  So, let's get this out of the way: Aaron Rodgers passed for 4,434 yards last season and threw 30 touchdowns. He averaged 277 yards a game and had an overall quarterback rating of 103.2.  Are those numbers impressive?  Yes.  The best?  No! 

    But Rodgers's key to being my No. 1 quarterback off the board is not about any of that; it's about the hidden number that no one really talks about, which are the five touchdowns he rushed for himself.  Brees rushed for two and Manning for zero.

    A slightly unconventional choice, but a bold pick for team owners.

Round 1, Pick 10: Rashard Mendenhall, RB Pittsburgh Steelers

10 of 32

    Team 10 selects 

    Rashard Mendenhall will be relied on heavily early on throughout the season, as the Steelers offense faces the challenge of being without their starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for the beginning of the season.

    Mendenhall comes in after having a great 2009 campaign, rushing for 1,108 yards and seven touchdowns in 12 games. When the Steelers traded away Santonio Holmes, they gave up a little of their passing game, thus giving more offensive touches to Mendehall. If he stays healthy, Mendenhall should have a huge 2010 season.

Round 1, Pick 11: Drew Brees,QB New Orleans Saints

11 of 32

    Team 11 selects 

    It goes without saying that the defending champion New Orleans Saints have one reason they're world champs and it's because of No. 9.  Drew Brees had an MVP caliber season and is showing no signs of decline entering his 10th season in the NFL.

    Brees's lone loss from his high-powered 2009 offense was running back Mike Bell to the Philadelphia Eagles, and that shouldn't prove to make that much of difference because Brees' success comes through the air.

    With Brees being in the shotgun most of the time, he's going to be given a lot time to find his plethora of weapons and is very likely to stay healthy throughout the season. This should be another great year from the second-round pick from Purdue.

Round 1, Pick 12: Randy Moss, WR New England Patriots

12 of 32

    Team 12 selects 

    Randy Moss is entering his 13th season and has proved he can be counted on to do what he does best, which is accumulate touchdowns, yardage and be a difference maker on the field.

    Catching 83 passes for 1,264 and taking 13 of them in for touchdowns proves Moss is a top player in this year's draft.

    His quarterback, Tom Brady, had a shaky season in 2009, coming off of a knee injury, but Moss hopes heading into this season that they will be back to 2007 form, when the two hooked up for 98 receptions and seven yards shy of 1,500 receiving yards for Moss.

    He's a lock as the second drafted wide receiver for team owners.

Round 2, Pick 13: DeAngelo Williams, RB Carolina Panthers

13 of 32

    Team 12: DeAngelo Williams, RB Carolina Panthers (13)

    Team 11: Shonn Greene, RB New York Jets (14)

    Team 10: Larry Fitzgerald, WR Arizona Cardinals (15)

    Team 9:  Ryan Matthews, RB San Diego Chargers (16)

    Team 8:  Reggie Wayne, WR Indianapolis Colts (17)

    Team 7:  Cedric Benson, RB Cincinnati Bengals (18)

    Team 6:  Calvin Johnson, WR, Detroit Lions (19)

    Team 5:  Miles Austin, WR Dallas Cowboys (20)

    Team 4:  Ryan Grant, RB Green Bay Packers (21)

    Team 3:  Peyton Manning, QB Indianapolis Colts (22)

    Team 2:  Brandon Marshall, WR Miami Dolphins (23)

    Team 1:  Roddy White, WR Atlanta Falcons (24)

Round 3, Pick 25: Chris "Beanie" Wells, RB Arizona Cardinals

14 of 32

    Team 1:  Chris "Beanie" Wells, RB Arizona Cardinals (25)

    Team 2:  Jamaal Charles, RB Kansas City Chiefs (26)

    Team 3:  DeSean Jackson, WR Philadelphia Eagles (27)

    Team 4:  Greg Jennings, WR Green Bay Packers (28)

    Team 5:  Pierre Thomas, RB New Orleans Saints (29)

    Team 6:  Jonathan Stewart, RB Carolina Panthers (30)

    Team 7:  Marques Colston, WR New Orleans Saints (31)

    Team 8:  Tom Brady, QB New England Patriots (32)

    Team 9:  Knowshon Moreno, RB Denver Broncos (33)

    Team 10:  LeSean McCoy, RB Philadelphia Eagles (34)

    Team 11:  Sidney Rice, WR Minnesota Vikings (35)

    Team 12:  Anquan Boldin, WR Baltimore Ravens (36)

Round 4, Pick 37: Jahvid Best, RB Detroit Lions

15 of 32

    Team 12:  Jahvid Best, RB Detroit Lions (37)

    Team 11:  Steve Smith, WR New York Giants (38)

    Team 10:  Steve Smith, WR Carolina Panthers (39)

    Team 9:  Michael Crabtree, WR San Francisco 49ers (40)

    Team 8:  Matt Forte, RB Chicago Bears (41)

    Team 7:  Tony Romo, QB Dallas Cowboys (42)

    Team 6:  Philip Rivers, QB San Diego Chargers (43)

    Team 5:  Matt Schaub, QB Houston Texans (44)

    Team 4:  Chad Ochocinco, WR Cincinnati Bengals (45)

    Team 3:  Felix Jones, RB Dallas Cowboys (46)

    Team 2:  Antonio Gates, TE San Diego Chargers (47)

    Team 1:  Ronnie Brown, RB Miami Dolphins (48)

Round 5, Pick 49: Dallas Clark, TE Indianapolis Colts

16 of 32

    Team 1:  Dallas Clark, TE Indianapolis Colts (49)

    Team 2:  Joseph Addai, RB Indianapolis Colts (50)

    Team 3:  Brandon Jacobs, RB New York Giants (51)

    Team 4:  Mike Sims-Walker, WR Jacksonville Jaguars (52)

    Team 5:  Hakeem Nicks, WR New York Giants (53)

    Team 6:  Dwayne Bowe, WR Kansas City Chiefs (54)

    Team 7:  Vernon Davis, TE San Francisco 49ers (55)

    Team 8:  Percy Harvin, WR Minnesota Vikings (56)

    Team 9:  Jermichael Finley, TE Green Bay Packers (57)

    Team 10:  Pierre Garcon, WR Indianapolis Colts (58)

    Team 11:  CJ Spiller, RB Buffalo Bills (59)

    Team 12:  Ben Tate, RB Houston Texans (60)

Round 6, Pick 61: Jason Witten, TE Dallas Cowboys

17 of 32

    Team 12:  Jason Witten, TE Dallas Cowboys (61)

    Team 11:  Tony Gonzalez, TE Atlanta Falcons (62)

    Team 10:  Brent Celek, TE Philadelphia Eagles (63)

    Team 9:  Hines Ward, WR Pittsburgh Steelers (64)

    Team 8:  Marion Barber, RB Dallas Cowboys (65)

    Team 7:  Jerome Harrison, RB Cleveland Browns (66)

    Team 6:  Jeremy Maclin, WR Philadelphia Eagles (67)

    Team 5:  Ricky Williams, RB Miami Dolphins (68)

    Team 4:  Jay Cutler, QB Chicago Bears (69)

    Team 3:  Donald Driver, WR Green Bay Packers (70)

    Team 2:  Mike Wallace, WR Pittsburgh Steelers (71)

    Team 1:  Santana Moss, WR Washington Redskins (72)

Round 7, Pick 73: Brett Favre, QB Minnesota Vikings

18 of 32

    Team 1:  Brett Favre, QB Minnesota Vikings (73)

    Team 2:  Eli Manning, QB New York Giants (74)

    Team 3:  Owen Daniels, TE Houston Texans (75)

    Team 4:  Zach Miller, TE Oakland Raiders (76)

    Team 5:  New York Jets Defense (77)

    Team 6:  Minnesota Vikings Defense (78)

    Team 7:  Vincent Jackson, WR San Diego Chargers (79)

    Team 8:  Green Bay Packers Defense (80)

    Team 9:  Robert Meachem, WR New Orleans Saints (81)

    Team 10:  Matt Ryan, QB Atlanta Falcons (82)

    Team 11:  Wes Welker, WR New England Patriots (83)

    Team 12:  Joe Flacco, QB Baltimore Ravens (84)

Round 8, Pick 85: Pittsburgh Steelers Defense

19 of 32

    Team 12:  Pittsburgh Steelers Defense (85)

    Team 11:  Baltimore Ravens Defense (86)

    Team 10:  Philadelphia Eagles Defense (87)

    Team 9:  San Francisco 49ers (88)

    Team 8:  Chris Cooley, TE Washington Redskins (89)

    Team 7:  Dallas Cowboys Defense (90)

    Team 6:  Visanthe Shiancoe, TE Minnesota Vikings (91)

    Team 5:  Kellen Winslow, TE Tampa Bay Buccaneers (92)

    Team 4:  New York Giants Defense (93)

    Team 3:  New Orleans Saints Defense (94)

    Team 2:  Miami Dolphins Defense (95)

    Team 1:  San Diego Chargers Defense (96)

Round 9, Pick 97: Stephen Gostkowski, K New England Patriots

20 of 32

    Team 1:  Stephen Gostkowski, K New England Patriots (97)

    Team 2:  Garrett Hartley, K New Orleans Saints (98)

    Team 3:  Nate Kaeding, K San Diego Chargers (99)

    Team 4:  Carson Palmer, QB Cincinnati Bengals (100)

    Team 5:  Mason Crobsy, K Green Bay Packers (101)

    Team 6:  Rob Bironas, K Tennessee Titans (102)

    Team 7:  Ryan Longwell, K Minnesota Vikings (103)

    Team 8:  Lawrence Tynes, K New York Giants (104)

    Team 9:  Rian Lindell, K Buffalo Bills (105)

    Team 10:  Josh Scobee, K Jacksonville Jaguars (106)

    Team 11:  Sebastian Janikowski, K Oakland Raiders (107)

    Team 12:  David Akers, K Philadelphia Eagles (108)

Round 10, Pick 109: Fred Jackson, RB Buffalo Bills

21 of 32

    Team 12:  Fred Jackson, RB Buffalo Bills (109)

    Team 11:  Kevin Kolb, QB Philadelphia Eagles (110)

    Team 10:  Darren McFadden, RB Oakland Raiders (111)

    Team 9:  Ahmad Bradshaw, RB New York Giants (112)

    Team 8:  Braylon Edwards, WR New York Jets (113)

    Team 7:  Reggie Bush, RB New Orleans Saints (114)

    Team 6:  TJ Houshmandzadeh, WR Seattle Seahawks (115)

    Team 5:  Michael Bush, RB Oakland Raiders (116)

    Team 4:  John Kasay, K Carolina Panthers (117)

    Team 3:  Steve Breaston, WR Arizona Cardinals (118)

    Team 2:  Devin Aromashodu, WR Chicago Bears (119)

    Team 1:  Dez Bryant, WR Dallas Cowboys (120)

Round 11, Pick 121: Brian Westbrook, RB San Francisco 49ers

22 of 32

    Team 1:  Brian Westbrook, RB San Francisco 49ers (121)

    Team 2:  Thomas Jones, RB Kansas City Chiefs (122)

    Team 3:  Cadillac Williams, RB Tampa Bay Buccaneers (123)

    Team 4:  Steve Slaton, RB Houston Texans (124)

    Team 5:  Malcom Floyd, WR San Diego Chargers (125)

    Team 6:  Donald Brown, RB Indianapolis Colts (126)

    Team 7:  Terrell Owens, WR Cincinnati Bengals (127) 

    Team 8:  Santonio Holmes, WR New York Jets (128)

    Team 9:  Clinton Portis, RB Washington Redskins (129)

    Team 10:  Julian Edelman, WR New England Patriots (130)

    Team 11:  Antonio Bryant, WR Cincinnati Bengals (131)

    Team 12:  Derrick Mason, WR Baltimore Ravens (132) 

Round 12, Pick 133: Ben Roethlisberger, QB Pittsburgh Steelers

23 of 32

    Team 12:  Ben Roethlisberger, QB Pittsburgh Steelers (133)

    Team 11:  Lee Evans, WR Buffalo Bills (134)

    Team 10:  Matthew Stafford, QB Detroit Lions (135)

    Team 9:  Chad Henne, QB Miami Dolphins (136)

    Team 8:  Vince Young, QB Tennessee Titans (137)

    Team 7:  Kyle Orton, QB Denver Broncos (138)

    Team 6:  Matt Cassel, QB Kansas City Chiefs (139)

    Team 5:  Josh Freeman, QB Tampa Bay Buccaneers (140)

    Team 4:  Justin Forsett, QB Seattle Seahawks (141)

    Team 3:  Matt Moore, QB Carolina Panthers (142)

    Team 2:  Byron Leftwich, QB Pittsburgh Steelers (143)

    Team 1:  David Carr, QB San Francisco 49ers (144)

Round 13, Pick 145: Kenny Britt, WR Tennessee Titans

24 of 32

    Team 1:  Kenny Britt, WR Tennessee Titans (145)

    Team 2:  Demariyus Thomas, WR Denver Broncos (146)

    Team 3:  Jerricho Cotchery, WR New York Jets (147)

    Team 4:  Eddie Royal, WR Denver Broncos (148)

    Team 5:  Austin Collie, WR Indianapolis Colts (149)

    Team 6:  LaDainian Tomlinson, RB New York Jets (150)

    Team 7:  Laurence Maroney, RB New England Patriots (151)

    Team 8:  Darren Sproles, RB San Diego Chargers (152)

    Team 9:  Johnny Knox, WR Chicago Bears (153)

    Team 10:  Chester Taylor, RB Chicago Bears (154)

    Team 11:  Willis McGahee, RB Baltimore Ravens (155)

    Team 12:  Kevin Walker, WR Houston Texans (156)

Round 14, Pick 157: Greg Olsen, TE Chicago Bears

25 of 32

    Team 12:  Greg Olsen, TE Chicago Bears (157)

    Team 11:  Leon Washington, RB Seattle Seahawks (158)

    Team 10:  Anthony Gonzales, WR Indianapolis Colts (159)

    Team 9:  Devin Hester, WR Chicago Bears (160)

    Team 8:  Mohamed Massaquoi, WR Cleveland Browns (161)

    Team 7:  Donnie Avery, WR St. Louis Rams (162)

    Team 6:  Adam Vinateri, K Indianapolis Colts (163) 

    Team 5:  Dustin Keller, TE New York Jets (164)

    Team 4:  Indianapolis Colts Defense (165)  

    Team 3:  Arrelious Benn, WR Tampa Bay Buccaneers (166)

    Team 2:  Chaz Schilens, WR Oakland Raiders (167)

    Team 1:  Golden Tate, WR Seattle Seahawks (168)

Round 15, Pick 169: Anthony Fasano, TE Miami Dolphins

26 of 32

    Team 1:  Anthony Fasano, TE Miami Dolphins (169)

    Team 2:  Jermaine Greshem, TE Cincinnati Bengals (170)

    Team 3:  Brandon Pettigrew, TE Detroit Lions (171)  

    Team 4:  Mercedes Lewis, TE Jacksonville Jaguars (172)

    Team 5:  Roy Williams, WR Dallas Cowboys (173)

    Team 6:  Nate Washington, WR Tennessee Titans (174)

    Team 7:  Heath Miller, TE Pittsburgh Steelers (175) 

    Team 8:  John Carlson, TE Seattle Seahawks (176)

    Team 9:  Ben Watson, TE Cleveland Browns (177)

    Team 10:  Jeremy Shockey, TE New Orleans Saints (178)

    Team 11:  Todd Heap, TE Baltimore Ravens (179)

    Team 12:  Mario Manningham, WR New York Giants (180) 

Round 16, Pick 181: Chris Chambers, WR Kansas City Chiefs

27 of 32

    Team 12:  Chris Chambers, WR Kansas City Chiefs (181)

    Team 11:  Cincinnati Bengals Defense (182)

    Team 10:  Josh Cribbs, WR Cleveland Browns (183)

    Team 9:  Donte Stallworth, WR Baltimore Ravens (184)

    Team 8:  Demetrius Williams, WR Baltimore Ravens (185)

    Team 7:  Jacoby Jones, WR Houston Texans (186)

    Team 6:  Kevin Boss, TE New York Giants (187)

    Team 5:  Damian Williams, WR Tennessee Titans (188)

    Team 4:  Nate Burleson, WR Detroit Lions (189)

    Team 3:  Jason Avant, WR Philadelphia Eagles (190)

    Team 2:  Juaquin Iglesias, WR Chicago Bears (191)

    Team 1:  Sam Hurd, WR Dallas Cowboys (192)

Round 17, Pick 193: Tony Scheffler, TE Detroit Lions

28 of 32

    Team 1:  Tony Scheffler, TE Detroit Lions (193)

    Team 2:  Ryan Succop, K Kansas City Chiefs (194)

    Team 3:  Robbie Gould, K Chicago Bears (195)

    Team 4:  Shayne Graham, K Cincinnati Bengals (196)

    Team 5:  Matt Prater K Denver Broncos (197)

    Team 6:  Tennessee Titans Defense (198)

    Team 7:  Chicago Bears Defense (199)

    Team 8:  Dan Carpenter, K Miami Dolphins (200)

    Team 9:  Jeff Reed, K Pittsburgh Steelers (201)

    Team 10:  David Buehler, K Dallas Cowboys (202)

    Team 11:  Brandon LaFell, WR Carolina Panthers (203)

    Team 12:  Jason Elam, K Atlanta Falcons (204)

Round 18, Pick 205: New England Patriots Defense

29 of 32

    Team 12:  New England Patriots Defense (205)

    Team 11:  John Carney, K New Orleans Saints (206)

    Team 10:  Washington Redskins Defense (207)

    Team 9:  Aaron Hernandez, TE New England Patriots (208)

    Team 8:  Jerramy Stevens, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (209)

    Team 7:  Neil Rackers, K Houston Texans (210)

    Team 6:  Devery Henderson, WR New Orleans Saints (211)

    Team 5:  Mark Sanchez, QB New York Jets (212)

    Team 4:  Trent Edwards, QB Buffalo Bills (213)

    Team 3:  Matt Leinhart, QB Arizona Cardinals (214)

    Team 2:  Matt Hasselbeck, QB Seattle Seahawks (215)

    Team 1:  David Garrard, QB Jacksonville Jaguars (216)

Round 19, Pick 217: Joe Nedney, K San Francisco 49ers

30 of 32

    Team 1:  Joe Nedney, K San Francisco 49ers (217)

    Team 2:  Jacksonville Jaguars Defense (218)

    Team 3:  Denver Broncos Defense (219)

    Team 4:  Jabar Gaffney, WR Denver Broncos (220)

    Team 5:  Cleveland Browns Defense (221)

    Team 6:  Tim Tebow, QB Denver Broncos (222)

    Team 7:  Rob Gronkowski, TE New England Patriots (223)

    Team 8:  Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defense (224)

    Team 9:  Jason Campbell, QB Oakland Raiders (225)

    Team 10:  Jake Delhomme, QB Cleveland Browns (226)

    Team 11:  Sam Bradford, QB St. Louis Rams (227)

    Team 12:  Michael Vick, QB Philadelphia Eagles (228)

Round 20, Pick 229: Jared Cook, TE Tennessee Titans

31 of 32

    Team 12:  Jared Cook, TE Tennessee Titans (229)

    Team 11:  David Thomas, TE New Orleans Saints (230)

    Team 10:  Bo Scaife, TE Tennessee Titans (231)

    Team 9:  Arizona Cardinals Defense (232)

    Team 8:  Josh Freeman, QB Tampa Bay Buccaneers (233)

    Team 7:  Derek Anderson, QB Cleveland Browns (234)

    Team 6:  Alge Crumpler, TE New England Patriots (235)

    Team 5:  Randy McMichael, TE San Diego Chargers (236)

    Team 4:  Dorin Dickerson, TE Houston Texans (237)

    Team 3:  Jimmy Graham, TE New Orleans Saints (238)

    Team 2:  Dennis Pitta, TE Baltimore Ravens (239)

    Team 1:  Washington Redskins Defense (240)

2010 Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Complete 12 Team Final Roster

32 of 32

    EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 11: Hakeem Nicks #88 of the New York Giants celebrates his touchdown in the first half against the Oakland Raiders on October 11, 2009 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
    Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

    Team 1:

    Quarterbacks: Brett Favre, David Carr, David Garrard

    Running Backs: Chris Johnson, Chris "Beanie" Wells, Ronnie Brown, Brian Westbrook

    Wide Receivers: Roddy White, Santana Moss, Dez Bryant, Kenny Britt, Golden Tate, Sam Hurd

    Tight Ends: Dallas Clark, Anthony Fasano, Tony Scheffler

    Defense/Special Teams: San Diego Chargers, Washington Redskins

    Kickers: Stephen Gostkowski, Joe Nedney

    Team 2:

    Quarterbacks:  Eli Manning, Byron Leftwich, Matt Hasselbeck

    Running Backs:  Adrian Peterson, Jamaal Charles, Joseph Addai, Thomas Jones

    Wide Receivers:  Brandon Marshall, Mike Wallace, Devin Aromashodu, Demariyus Thomas, Chaz Schilens, Juaquin Iglesias

    Tight Ends:  Antonio Gates, Jermaine Greshem, Dennis Pitta

    Defense/Special Teams:  Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars

    Kickers:  Garrett Hartley, Ryan Succoup

    Team 3:

    Quarterbacks:  Peyton Manning, Matt Moore, Matt Leinart

    Running Backs:  Maurice Jones-Drew, Felix Jones, Brandon Jacobs, Cadillac Williams

    Wide Receivers:  DeSean Jackson, Donald Driver, Steve Breaston, Jerricho Cothcery, Arrelious Benn, Jason Avant

    Tight Ends:  Owen Daniels, Brandon Pettigrew, Jimmy Graham

    Defense/Special Teams:  New Orleans Saints, Denver Broncos 

    Kickers:  Nate Kaeding, Robbie Gould 

    Team 4:

    Quarterbacks:  Jay Cutler, Carson Palmer, Trent Edwards

    Running Backs:  Ray Rice, Ryan Grant, Steve Slaton, Justin Forsett 

    Wide Receivers:  Greg Jennings, Chad Ochocinco, Mike Sims-Walker, Eddie Royal, Nate Burleson, Jabar Gaffney 

    Tight Ends:  Zach Miller, Mercedes Lewis, Dorin Dickerson 

    Defense/Special Teams:  New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts 

    Kickers:  John Kasay, Shayne Graham 

    Team 5:

    Quarterbacks:  Matt Schaub, Josh Freeman, Mark Sanchez

    Running Backs:  Frank Gore, Pierre Thomas, Ricky Williams, Michael Bush

    Wide Receivers:  Miles Austin, Hakeem Nicks, Malcom Floyd, Austin Collie, Roy Williams, Damian Williams

    Tight Ends:  Kellen Winslow, Dustin Keller, Randy McMichael 

    Defense/Special Teams:  New York Jets, Cleveland Browns 

    Kickers:  Mason Crosby, Matt Prater 

    Team 6:

    Quarterbacks:  Philip Rivers, Matt Cassel, Tim Tebow

    Running Backs:  Michael Turner, Jonathan Stewart, Donald Brown, LaDainian Tomlinson 

    Wide Receivers:  Calvin Johnson, Dwayne Bowe, Jeremy Maclin, TJ Houshmandzadeh, Nate Washington, Devery Henderson 

    Tight Ends:  Visanthe Shiancoe, Kevin Boss, Alge Crumpler 

    Defense/Special Teams:  Minnesota Vikings, Tennessee Titans 

    Kickers:  Rob Bironas, Adam Vinateri 

    Team 7:

    Quarterbacks:  Tony Romo, Kyle Orton, Derek Anderson 

    Running Backs:  Cedric Benson, Jerome Harrison, Reggie Bush, Laurence Maroney 

    Wide Receivers:  Andre Johnson, Marques Colston, Vincent Jackson, Terrell Owens, Donnie Avery, Jacoby Jones 

    Tight Ends:  Vernon Davis, Heath Miller, Rob Gronkowski 

    Defense/Special Teams:  Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears 

    Kickers:  Ryan Longwell, Neil Rackers

    Team 8:

    Quarterbacks:  Tom Brady, Vince Jackson, Josh Freeman

    Running Backs:  Steven Jackson, Matt Forte, Marion Barber, Darren Sproles 

    Wide Receivers:  Reggie Wayne, Percy Harvin, Braylon Edwards, Santonio Holmes, Mohamed Massaquoi, Demetrius Williams 

    Tight Ends:  Chris Cooley, John Carlson, Jerramy Stevens 

    Defense/Special Teams:  Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

    Kickers:  Lawrence Tynes, Dan Carpenter 

    Team 9:

    Quarterbacks:  Aaron Rodgers, Chad Henne, Jason Campbell   

    Running Backs:  Ryan Matthews, Knowshon Moreno, Ahmad Bradshaw, Clinton Portis 

    Wide Receivers:  Michael Crabtree, Hines Ward, Robert Meachem, Johnny Knox, Devin Hester, Donté Stallworth 

    Tight Ends:  Jermichael Finley, Ben Watson, Aaron Hernandez

    Defense/Special Teams:  San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals 

    Kickers:  Rian Lindell, Jeff Reed 

    Team 10:

    Quarterbacks:  Matt Ryan, Matthew Stafford, Jake Delhomme

    Running Backs:  Rashard Mendenhall, LeSean McCoy, Darren McFadden, Chester Taylor 

    Wide Receivers:  Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Smith (CAR), Pierre Garcon, Julian Edelman, Anthony Gonzales, Josh Cribbs 

    Tight Ends:  Brent Celek, Jeremy Shockey, Bo Scaif  

    Defense/Special Teams:  Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins 

    Kickers:  Josh Scobee, David Buehler 

    Team 11:

    Quarterbacks:  Drew Brees, Kevin Kolb, Sam Bradford

    Running Backs:  Shonn Greene, CJ Spiller, Willis McGahee, Leon Washington 

    Wide Receivers:  Sidney Rice, Steve Smith (NYG), Wes Welker, Antonio Bryant, Lee Evans, Brandon Marshall

    Tight Ends:  Tony Gonzales, Todd Heap, David Thomas 

    Defense/Special Teams:  Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals 

    Kickers:  Sebastian Janikowski, John Carney 

    Team 12:

    Quarterbacks:  Joe Flacco, Ben Roethlisberger, Michael Vick

    Running Backs:  DeAngelo Williams, Jahvid Best, Ben Tate, Fred Jackson 

    Wide Receivers:  Randy Moss, Anquan Boldin, Derrick Mason, Kevin Walker, Mario Manningham, Chris Chambers

    Tight Ends:  Jason Witten, Greg Olsen, Jared Cook 

    Defense/Special Teams:  Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots 

    Kickers:  David Akers, Jason Elam