2010 Mock NFL Redraft Final Results, Rosters and Analysis

John ZaktanskyCorrespondent ISeptember 9, 2010

Where did Maurice Jones-Drew get drafted in the www.chinstrapninjas.com mock redraft? You might be surprised.
Where did Maurice Jones-Drew get drafted in the www.chinstrapninjas.com mock redraft? You might be surprised.Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

Our ongoing fantasy football mock draft drew tons of hits throughout its duration. Finally, 13 rounds later, we have full rosters and plenty to discuss.

Our writers were invited to the mock, and several had to double up on teams. Each owner was supposed to draft a team include a roster including one QB, two RB, two WR, onw TE, one  K, one  D/ST and five bench spots. It was redraft standard scoring, no PPR, 4pts passing TD,  six pts rushing and receiving TDs, one pt per 10 yards rushing, 10 yards receiving and 25 yards passing. Typical scoring for kickers and defense.

There were plenty of comments and some wild picks. The final rosters are below, along with some commentary provided by our writers. We’d love to hear what you think of these teams. Which one is the best? Which is the worst? Which would you like to own? We’d love to hear your comments here.

1.01  sockonfl

QB: Tony Romo

RB: Maurice Jones-Drew, Pierre Thomas, Laurence Maroney, Fred Taylor

WR: Greg Jennings, Hines Ward, Dwayne Bowe, TJ Houshmandzadeh, Bernard Berrian

TE: Antonio Gates

K: Ryan Longwell

DEF: Philadelphia Eagles

I got the consensus ninja site top pick in MJD.  I also added Pierre Thomas early giving me a solid running back tandem which was why I only backed it up with Maroney and Fred Taylor. 

Gates, Longwell and the Eagles DEF form a nice corp at the back end of the team.  Due to drafting Pierre, I was limited to only getting 1 premier receiving option in Greg Jennings.  I need one of Ward, Bowe, Houshmandzadeh, or Berrian to emerge as another threat at receiver and this team is set.

1.02 ep

QB: Philip Rivers

RB: Adrian Peterson, Shonn Greene, Ryan Mathews, CJ Spiller, LaDanian Tomlinson

WR: Vincent Jackson, Santana Moss, Percy Harvin, Eddie Royal

TE: Dallas Clark

K: Garrett Hartley

D: Dallas

1.03 Consigliere

QB: Matt Ryan, Matthew Stafford

RB: Chris Johnson, Chris Wells, Donald Brown, Marshawn Lynch

WR: Anquan Boldin, Chad Ochocinco, Devin Aromashodu, Nate Burleson

TE: Jermichael Finley

K: Stephen Gostkowski

DEF: Miami

1.04 Krause

QB: Joe Flacco, Carson Palmer, Chad Henne

RB: Ray Rice, Cedric Benson, Justin Forsett

WR: Desean Jackson, Mike Sims-Walker, Malcolm Floyd, Dexter McCluster

TE: Tony Gonzalez

K: Nate Kaeding

D: Green Bay Packers

At the beginning I was very happy with my first four picks. after that I felt like someone was reading my mind and picking everyone I wanted. All wasn’t lost though, I feel this team is pretty strong.

I have two stellar running backs that each will get at least 20-30 carries a game, I have three number one receivers, a quality tight end, kicker, and defense. My favorite, however, is the huge amount of talent and options I have at quarterback with Flacco, Palmer, and Henne. T

his way I can play the quarterback with the easiest match-up and know my quarterback will not lose me games. My favorite pick was my first pick in Ray Rice. I feel he will be the real number one back in the NFL, not AP, CJ2K, or MJD.

My least favorite pick was Malcolm Floyd. He has never put up number one receiver numbers and if Vincent Jackson decides to play, Floyd may become the forgotten man. But that’s why he’s a sleeper. Other sleepers i drafted that i like are Chad Henne and  Dexter McCluster. Go team Krause!!!

1.05 Ryder

QB: Peyton Manning, Alex Smith

RB: Frank Gore, Michael Bush, Brandon Jacobs, Kareem Huggins

WR: Roddy White, Hakeem Nicks, Terrell Owens, Johnny Knox

TE: Kellen Winslow

K: David Akers

D: Pittsburgh

1.06 Speedy

QB: Drew Brees

RB: Steven Jackson, Matt Forte, Ahmad Bradshaw, Jerome Harrison, Tim Hightower

WR: Marques Colston, Derrick Mason, Mike Wallace, Steve Breaston

TE: Visanthe Shiancoe

K: Sebastian Janikowski

D: New Orleans

1.07 jzak

QB: Brett Favre, Donovan McNabb

RB: DeAngelo Williams, Ryan Grant, Fred Jackson, Montario Hardesty, Toby Gerhart

WR: Andre Johnson, Michael Crabtree, Steve Smith (NYG)

TE: John Carlson

K: Rob Bironas

D: Baltimore

Fully planned to go WR-WR after snagging Andre in the first round. However, socko and consigliere did the same move just before me, and I didn’t want to compete with them later for upside RB, so changed my strategy. Hardesty was drafted before he went down for the season, so my RB depth is hurting. This is a team I can live with, but one that needs work.

1.08 jaymo

QB:  Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger

RB: Michael Turner, Jonathan Stewart, Joseph Addai, Marion Barber

WR: Sidney Rice, Donald Driver, Dez Bryant

TE:  Brent Celek, Jermaine Gresham

K:  Mason Crosby

D:  Cincinnati

I went heavy on running backs and seemingly paid for it having to take Sidney Rice as my top WR pick. Obviously, he would be a waiver drop for the start of the season with me targeting someone who could fill in while I wait for Dez Bryant to develop, uh maybe Jacoby Jones or Louis Murphy.

However, I love the fact my RB corps is real deep. I shouldn’t lose anything during the bye the stretch, while my opponents will be sweating. On the surface, this team is prime for an awesome postseason run. The only question: will my team make it there?

1.09 sockonfl

QB: Tom Brady

RB: Ronnie Brown, Clinton Portis, Arian Foster, Reggie Bush, Steve Slaton

WR: Randy Moss, Reggie Wayne, Santonio Holmes

TE: Chris Cooley, Zach Miller(OAK)

K: Matt Prater

DEF: San Francisco 49ers

This is the team that was the first I did not draft a single running back in the first three rounds.  Success for this team hinges on Ronnie Brown having a healthy contract season or Clinton Portis having a bounceback

season with Shanahan.  One of the two sleeper TE’s will emerge as a solid option.  If the running backs come through, this will be the team to beat.

1.10 Consigliere

QB: Jay Cutler, Mark Sanchez

RB: Jamal Charles, Felix Jones, Ricky Williams, Mike Bell

WR: Brandon Marshall, Calvin Johnson, Mike Williams, Kenny Britt

TE: Vernon Davis

K: Robbie Gould

D: Jets

1.11 ep

QB: Aaron Rodgers

RB: Jahvid Best, Knowshon Moreno, Ben Tate, Thomas Jones, Chester Taylor

WR: Miles Austin, Pierre Garcon, Jeremy Maclin, Roy Williams

TE: Jason Witten

K: Lawrence Tynes

D: Minnesota

1.12 jzak

QB: Matt Schaub, Kevin Kolb

RB: Rashard Mendenhall, LeSean McCoy, Cadillac Williams, Bernard Scott

WR: Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Smith (CAR), Wes Welker, Robert Meachem

TE: Owen Daniels

K: Jeff Reed

D: San Diego

Now this is a team that I can get excited about. Mendenhall and McCoy at RB? Sweet. Fitz and Smith at WR, with a value pick Wes Welker later in the draft? Nice. Owen Daniels could be an issue considering his slow return from injury, but otherwise, this team would be a league contender. Of course, I’m a little biased.

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