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2013 FFToolbox Staff Mock Draft #1

Draft took place June 18th, 2013

Scoring System: PPR, 12 team
Using FFWC Rules

Ovr Pick Franchise Selection Pos. Team Age Exp.
151 13.07 FFToolbox - Cindie Crain Aaron Dobson WR NE 23 -1
As stated above, with the issues surrounding Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Dobson could see significant playing time in 2013. With no Wes Welker, Deion Branch or Danny Woodhead, Dobson could be a steal here in round 13.
152 13.08 FFToolbox - Brian Murphy Mohamed Sanu WR CIN 25 R
Mohamed Sanu's time in the sun was short-lived last year as he didn't catch a pass until Week 7, scored four times in a three-week span, then found himself on injured reserve by early December because of a broken foot. Let's see if he can pick up where he left off. I think Sanu will begin the year as the Bengals' second wide receiver, and that WR across the formation from A.J. Green will see a lot of single coverage.
153 13.09 FFToolbox - Chris Weeks Greg Little WR CIN 25 1
154 13.10 FFToolbox - Scott Atkins Andy Dalton QB CIN 27 1
155 13.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Mikel Leshoure RB FA 24 1
After missing his entire rookie season, Leshoure finished his second season with 9 TDs but a less than impressive 3.7 YPC. The addition of Reggie Bush and presence of Joique Bell is concerning but with Bush's injury rish -- Leshoure has a solid chance of garnering a few starts for the high powered Lion attack.
156 13.12 FFToolbox - Ian Ritchie Joique Bell RB DET 28 2
157 14.01 FFToolbox - Ian Ritchie LaMichael James RB MIA 25 R
158 14.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Brian Hartline WR MIA 27 3
In 2012, Hartline set career highs in catches (74) and yards (1,083) but only managed one touchdown. He parlayed his career season into a 5 year contract extension but will now be fighting for receptions with the new additions Mike Wallace, Brandon Gibson and Dustin Keller. Despite the more mouths to feed, Hartline should provide solid WR3/4 numbers.
159 14.03 FFToolbox - Scott Atkins Seattle Def SEA    
160 14.04 FFToolbox - Chris Weeks Santonio Holmes WR FA 30 6
161 14.05 FFToolbox - Brian Murphy Jacoby Jones WR BAL 30 5
The battle to be the Ravens' No. 2 WR will persist through training camp. I have no idea if Jones will earn the gig, but he has the most experience among the group, and he was making plays all over the field when we last saw him play. I'll take any possible Week 1 starter in the 14th round of a draft.
162 14.06 FFToolbox - Cindie Crain Sam Bradford QB STL 27 2
I needed a backup QB who was on a different bye week than Andrew Luck. Sam Bradford should improve this year now that St. Louis has upgraded the offensive line and has added weapons in their offense.
163 14.07 Fantasytaz - Jim Day Keenan Allen WR SD 22 -1
Allen is a pure upside pick here. Love his talent and Rivers continues to look for another receiver he can count on. I think Allen might be that guy even in his rookie season. I like his upside as my WR5.Hopefully he will stop wearing Raiders hats...
164 14.08 DLF.com - TheFFGhost San Francisco Def SF    
165 14.09 FFToolbox - George Bissell Davone Bess WR FA 29 4
166 14.10 FFToolbox - Jamie Blackburn Dexter McCluster RB TEN 26 2
Andy Reid should do good things with this offense. He'll lean on Charles a lot, but I can also see him getting better production out of McCluster than Crennel did. Another "joker" type of offensive player, lining up all over the place, similar to Sproles and perhaps Denard Robinson. As you can tell, I like players like that. Especially if they are fast home run threats every time they touch the ball.
167 14.11 FFToolbox - Ben Standig Brandon Lloyd WR SF 33 9
Pick made based on My Draft Queue
168 14.12 FFToolbox - Jeb Gorham Coby Fleener TE IND 26 R
Fleener's target and receptions dwindled as the season progressed last year. I grabbed him as my second TE as I think he has potential and I missed out on Martellus Bennett.
169 15.01 FFToolbox - Jeb Gorham Jon Baldwin WR FA 25 1
I think the addition of Alex Smith in KC boosts Baldwin's value significantly. Smith will be looking to build chemistry with his new wide outs and I believe he an Baldwin will hit it off. Baldwin could be worth it in rounds 15-20 in your drafts.
170 15.02 FFToolbox - Ben Standig Santana Moss WR WAS 35 11
Pick made based on My Draft Queue
171 15.03 FFToolbox - Jamie Blackburn Shonn Greene RB TEN 29 3
what a boring plodder. but, it made sense to handcuff my RB1 here, especially since I like the Titan's OL so much. I could see Greene getting some goal line touches, so perhaps he has some flex potential if I get in a pinch one week.
172 15.04 FFToolbox - George Bissell Julian Edelman WR NE 28 3
173 15.05 DLF.com - TheFFGhost Leonard Hankerson WR WAS 26 1
Pick made based on My Draft Queue
174 15.06 Fantasytaz - Jim Day Latavius Murray RB OAK 23 -1
At this point in the draft upside is key, and Murray is another I think has some upside. He is a big back who runs very well. He ran a 4.38 40 at his pro day. With McFadden in front of him he should get some chances to play since McFadden can't stay on the field for a full season.
175 15.07 FFToolbox - Cindie Crain Heath Miller TE PIT 32 7
There wasn't a lot left here at the TE position for my backup. I am banking on Heath Miller to return to his previous form. When healthy, he is a top target for Ben Roethisberger.
176 15.08 FFToolbox - Brian Murphy Jarius Wright WR MIN 24 R
More WR depth. Wright registered some decent stat lines after Percy Harvin's 2012 season ended in Week 9. He is a big-play threat, but also showed that he can be possession wideout at times, which is great for a PPR league. However, Jerome Simpson is still listed as the Vikings' second starting wideout, and first-round rookie Cordarrelle Patterson will probably start the year as the No. 3. Again, Wright probably needs an injury to befall someone in front of him on the depth chart to hold noticeable fantasy value.
177 15.09 FFToolbox - Chris Weeks Jermaine Gresham TE CIN 26 2
178 15.10 FFToolbox - Scott Atkins Mike Gillislee RB MIA 24 -1
179 15.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Joe Flacco QB BAL 29 4
Flacco's stats over Baltimore's final eight games: 138-of-231 passing (60 percent) for 1,919 yards (8.31 YPA), 18 touchdowns, and two INTS. He finished the season as the Super Bowl MVP and parlayed his production in a $121 million contract. The loss of Boldin could hurt slightly but Torrey Smith , Dennis Pitta and solid receiving skills of Ray Rice make me Wacco for Flacco as a solid QB2.
180 15.12 FFToolbox - Ian Ritchie Nate Burleson WR FA 33 9
181 16.01 FFToolbox - Ian Ritchie Golden Tate WR DET 26 2
182 16.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Michael Bush RB FA 30 5
Solid Bye week filler in deeper leagues as he should remain the goal line back in Chicago. The Louisville alum scored five touchdowns last season but averaged just 3.6 yards. He's one of the top 10 RB handcuffs to own but his production in Chicago tailed off after his time in Oakland. Bush had 37 catches in 2012 but just 9 catches in his first season as Forte's backup.
183 16.03 FFToolbox - Scott Atkins Dwayne Allen TE IND 24 R
184 16.04 FFToolbox - Chris Weeks Jay Cutler QB CHI 31 6
Pick made based on My Draft Queue
185 16.05 FFToolbox - Brian Murphy Daniel Thomas RB MIA 27 1
I chose Thomas for no other reason than to handcuff Lamar Miller. That is, if Thomas is Miller's handcuff when the season begins. Mike Gillislee has been getting a lot of press. It's clear to me that RB is my weakest position. If I was playing the season out with this team, I would make an RB trade top priority.
186 16.06 FFToolbox - Cindie Crain Denver Def DEN    
187 16.07 Fantasytaz - Jim Day Rod Streater WR OAK 26 R
While I do not expect a ton from the Oakland offense this year, especially if Matt Flynn wins the starting QB job, I find it funny that I took 2 Raiders in a row. That being said Streater played much better than most expected last year and now with DHB gone he may even get more chances in 2013. Since I expect Oakland to be behind most games, garbage time will once again be the key phrase when it comes to Streater.
188 16.08 DLF.com - TheFFGhost Ryan Tannehill QB MIA 26 R
Tannehill could be a very sneaky pick when this season is all said and done. He will be at the controls of a revamped and suddenly potent offensive unit in Miami. He may be a bye weak filler but if Brady does falter I think Tannehill will keep me competitive.
189 16.09 FFToolbox - George Bissell Sebastian Janikowski PK OAK 36 12
Pick made based on My Draft Queue
190 16.10 FFToolbox - Jamie Blackburn Jeremy Kerley WR NYJ 25 1
Makes me a little nauseous to draft Jets this season, but Kerley had some productive stretches last year, and with Holmes ailing and Hill dropping everything that comes his way, I could see Kerley having some depth PPR value this season. And hey, if not, at some point, I'll need to find players to drop for Waiver Wire additions.
191 16.11 FFToolbox - Ben Standig Chicago Def CHI    
192 16.12 FFToolbox - Jeb Gorham Alex Smith QB KC 30 7
I drafted Smith to back-up Peyton Manning on my roster. Smith's new O-line in KC is questionable, but there is offensive talent with Charles running the ball and the wideouts if all gores well. Smith could prove valuable down the stretch.
193 17.01 FFToolbox - Jeb Gorham Houston Def HOU    
194 17.02 FFToolbox - Ben Standig Roy Helu RB WAS 25 1
195 17.03 FFToolbox - Jamie Blackburn New England Def NE    
196 17.04 FFToolbox - George Bissell Marcus Lattimore RB SF 23 -1
Pick made based on My Draft Queue
197 17.05 DLF.com - TheFFGhost A.J. Jenkins WR KC 24 R
With Crabtree out for most (or all) of the season Jenkins looks to be in-line, or at least in strong competition, for his spot. A possible WR2-WR3 in the 17th is nothing to sneeze at.
198 17.06 Fantasytaz - Jim Day Cordarrelle Patterson WR MIN 23 -1
With such a deep roster I was surprised to find Patterson still available this late. He is still a very raw receiver but with Percy Harvin gone and Greg Jennings not as good as he once was, Patterson should have several big games and could ultimately surprise everyone with his playmaking ability.
199 17.07 FFToolbox - Cindie Crain Bilal Powell RB NYJ 26 1
I can't imagine Chris Ivory playing a full season without an injury. Bilal Powell knows the offense and would be the starter in New York if Ivory finds himself on the injury report.
200 17.08 FFToolbox - Brian Murphy Andrew Hawkins WR CLE 28 1
I don't know why I appear to be all-in on the Bengals' secondary wide receivers, but here we are. If Mohamed Sanu can't break through, how about speedy slot man Hawkins? Trust me: One of those two players is going to create sizable fantasy value this year.