2013 FFToolbox Expert Mock Draft #1 Results: KFFL
 
 
 
 

Experts Mock Draft Results: KFFL

Drafter: Cory Bonini

Roster:

2013 FFToolbox Expert Mock Draft #1

Draft took place June 25th, 2013

Scoring System: PPR, 12 team
Using FFWC Rules

Franchises:

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Ovr Pick Franchise Selection Pos. Team Age Exp.
1 1.03 KFFL Jamaal Charles RB KC 27 4
I'm scared to death of Arian Foster's workload, mileage, and injury history. In PPR scoring, under Andy Reid, Charles has an outside shot at being the No. 1 fantasy back this year.
2 2.10 KFFL Larry Fitzgerald WR ARI 31 8
Fitz was the best remaining receiver here and has a load of upside in Bruce Arians' offense with Carson Palmer tossing to him.
3 3.03 KFFL Lamar Miller RB MIA 23 R
Miller is my favorite sleeper running back this year. He is a beast between the tackles and has the open-field ability to shine.
4 4.10 KFFL Wes Welker WR DEN 33 8
I am not sure I would take Welker here again, but I thought Danny Amendola would make it back to me. At any rate, Welker should be a reliable pair of hands for what figures to be a high-flying offense.
5 5.03 KFFL Ryan Mathews RB SD 27 2
This was probably a mistake, but I felt he was worth the risk as a third running back. A new offense and improved line should help him, assuming he can remain healthy.
6 6.10 KFFL Stevie Johnson WR SF 28 4
This pick could be flex-worthy throughout the year, or I may be replacing him after a few weeks if Buffalo's QB situation is not at least competent.
7 7.03 KFFL Matt Ryan QB ATL 29 4
Matt Ryan in the seventh round ... I'll take it every day of the week. Drafting a QB earlier than the sixth or seventh round is foolish this year.
8 8.10 KFFL Denarius Moore WR OAK 25 1
I wanted a boom-or-bust pick at wideout, and Moore is just that. I am unsure of what to expect from Matt Flynn. He has to throw to someone, right? Moore is the most physically gifted receiver Oakland has to offer.
9 9.03 KFFL Vernon Davis TE SF 30 6
Davis was awful last year with Colin Kaepernick under center, but he is in position to excel with Michael Crabtree out for what should be nearly the entire season.
10 10.10 KFFL Antonio Gates TE SD 34 9
Just a pick after taking Vernon Davis, Gates was too good of a gamble to pass up in the late 10th round. He has been brilliant in offseason workouts, looking spry. Gates certainly isn't the player of five years ago, yet he can contribute around the stripe.
11 11.03 KFFL Daryl Richardson RB FA 24 R
Early word has Richardson running as the starter, and even if he loses the job at some point he'll have a role in the offense. I believe St. Louis sees something in him that the public may not, and D-Rich could be a steal at this point.
12 12.10 KFFL Andy Dalton QB CIN 26 1
I think Dalton could have a top-10 fantasy season in 2013. He'll back up Matt Ryan for me, so in this format I get the best of both worlds.
13 13.03 KFFL Knile Davis RB KC 23 -1
Davis should be the top backup for my previously drafted Jamaal Charles. The rookie may even become a bit of a touchdown vulture because of his size.
14 14.10 KFFL Mohamed Sanu WR CIN 25 R
Sanu has crazy upside and is healthy to start the year. This is an all-upside selection.
15 15.03 KFFL Latavius Murray RB OAK 23 -1
Pick made based on My Draft Queue
16 16.10 KFFL New England Def NE    
17 17.03 KFFL Tandon Doss WR JAX 25 1
In PPR, Doss has potential. He should become Baltimore's possession receiver since Jacoby Jones has hands of stone, and Torrey Smith is a one-trick pony.
18 18.10 KFFL Davone Bess WR FA 29 4
Bess offers nothing to get excited about, although he has value as a late-round PPR flier pick.
19 19.03 KFFL Matt Prater PK DET 30 6
Prater kicks eight games in Denver, has a powerful leg, and will rack up gravy XPs because of Peyton Manning. Oh, and he's a kicker ... I needed a kicker.
20 20.10 KFFL Daniel Thomas RB MIA 26 1
Thomas should back up Lamar Miller, and having already drafted Miller this pick seemed like a no-brainer.