2013 FFToolbox Staff Mock Draft #1 Results: FFToolbox - Rob Warner
 
 
 
 

Experts Mock Draft Results: FFToolbox - Rob Warner

Drafter: Rob Warner

Roster:

2013 FFToolbox Staff Mock Draft #1

Draft took place June 18th, 2013

Scoring System: PPR, 12 team
Using FFWC Rules

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Ovr Pick Franchise Selection Pos. Team Age Exp.
1 1.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Marshawn Lynch RB SEA 28 7
Beast Mode is 27 years old, has amassed 23 rushing TDs over the past two seasons and will remain the focal point of an offense averaged 26 PPG (and that was without Percy Harvin). Granted Lynch has averaged just 25 catches during his 3 seasons in Seattle but he has missed just 1 game over the past 3 seasons and is solid value at #11 in round 1.
2 2.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner A.J. Green WR CIN 26 3
Imagine if he had a better QB than game manager Andy Dalton ? Green still had a monster season ranking 7th in receptions (97), 10th in yards (1,351) and 4th in receiving touchdowns (11). He should remain a top 5 WR for years to come.
3 3.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Vincent Jackson WR TB 31 9
The 30 year old enjoyed a career year during his first season in Tampa posting a career-best 72 catches for 1,384 yards and 8 TDs - finished as a top-10 fantasy receiver for the 3rd time in his career.
4 4.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Frank Gore RB SF 31 9
Gore will be 30 years old but runs behind the #1 run blocking offensive line according to Pro Football Focus and has been a model of consistency that past two seasons rushing for 1200 yards and 8 TDs in 2011 and 2012. His receptions have tailed off (topped 40 catches from 2006-2010) but has just 45 catches over the past two seasons following the additions of Kendall Hunter and LaMichael James.
5 6.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Chris Ivory RB NYJ 26 4
Injury concerns are a major red flag (played in just 24 games over first 3 seasons) but the Jets boast a solid O-line and will be one of the more run focused offenses whether they have Sanchize or rookie Geno Smith under center. The 25 year old has been mired in a crowded Saints backfield but posted an impressive 5.1 YPC (256 carries for 1,307 yards and eight touchdowns). Ivory is a solid RB2 with RB1 upside if he's able to stay healthy.
6 7.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner DeSean Jackson WR WAS 28 6
Chip Kelly's fast past offense figures to be just what the doctor ordered to rejuvenate D-Jax's career after he a rib injury ended his season after just 11 disappointing games (45 catches for 700 yards and two touchdowns). Kelly has vowed to use D-Jax speed more by using him in the rushing game - not an ideal scenario for avoiding injury.
7 8.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Robert Griffin III QB WAS 24 2
The ultimate risk reward pick and a gamble well worth taking in round 8 as the Skins expect him to be ready for week 1 following ACL/LCL surgery. RGIII finished his rookie season with 3,200 passing yards, 815 rushing yards, 27 total touchdowns and just seven turnovers. Should be a solid QB1 especially if Garcon and Fred Davis prove to be healthy.
8 9.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Isaiah Pead RB STL 25 2
Will battle Richardson and Stacy for the starting job with S-Jax now in Atlanta. Will serve a 1-game suspension for marijuana but many expect the former 2nd round pick to win the starting job. He had just 10 carries for 54 yards in his rookie season but has some similar traits to the Titans Chris Johnson which make him an intriguing upside pick in round 9. Though Pead is a smallish 5-foot-10, 197, he shares many traits with Rams coach Jeff Fisher's 2008 first-round pick in Tennessee, Chris Johnson. Both backs had 197-pound Combine weigh-ins, and both ran 10-yard splits in the 1.4s. Not saying Pead with produce CJ2K number but the Oline should be much improved with Jake Long at LT and if Pead progresses and stays off the drugs -- I could have solid RB3 on my hands.
9 10.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Martellus Bennett TE CHI 27 6
Signed a 4 year contract and should be a big factor in head coach Marc Trestman's pass happy offense. In one and only year with G-men, Bennett had 55 catches and 5 TDs and could emerge as the #2 receiving option behind B-Marsh.
10 11.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Denarius Moore WR OAK 26 3
Matt Flynn, Pryor, and rookie Tyler Wilson could all start at some point this year -- not a good sign for passing production. In two seasons Moore has 12 TDs but has averaged less than 50 YPG thanks to less than impressive QB play which will be the base again this season.
11 12.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Fred Jackson RB BUF 33 8
The 32 year old Jackson has missed 12 games over the past 2 seasons. He's topped 30 catches in each of the past five seasons and remains a solid RB3/4 despite playing behind CJ Spiller as the Bills lack playmakers and will need to keep F-Jax involved in the gameplan.
12 13.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Mikel Leshoure RB FA 24 3
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.
13 14.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Brian Hartline WR MIA 28 5
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.
14 15.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Joe Flacco QB BAL 29 6
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.
15 16.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Michael Bush RB ARI 30 7
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.
16 17.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Philip Rivers QB SD 33 10
Rivers production has torpedoed much like the San Diego playoff hopes recently as he has committed 47 turnovers over his past 32 games. New head coach Mike McCoy plans to scrap Norv's vertical passing game and focus on shorter completions with should bode well for Rivers as he's behind one of the weak O-lines in the league. With the additions of Danny Woodhead and potential breakout for Vincent Brown - Rivers could be worth targeting late as a QB2 / bye week filler.
17 18.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Isaac Redman RB FA 30 5
Rookie Le'Veon Bell (Michigan State) is expected to start but Redman is reportedly ahead of Dwyer on the depth chart making he decent late round target / handcuff to own. He's averaged 19 catches over the past 2 seasons but has just 5 career TDs in 4 seasons.
18 19.11 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Cincinnati Def CIN    
19 20.02 FFToolbox - Rob Warner Justin Tucker PK BAL 25 2
The big legged rookie kicker made 30 of 33 field goals, including 4 of 4 from 50+ yards during the Ravens Super Bowl season. With Boldin gone a few more drives could stall in the red zone making Tucker a solid Kicker to target.