2013 FFToolbox Expert Mock Draft #3 Results: KFFL - Tim

Experts Mock Draft Results: KFFL - Tim

Drafter: Tim Heaney


2013 FFToolbox Expert Mock Draft #3

Draft took place July 9th, 2013

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Ovr Pick Franchise Selection Pos. Team Age Exp.
1 1.12 KFFL - Tim A.J. Green WR CIN 26 3
Green is in the top three at his position and should approach 100 receptions while logging double-digit touchdowns. Besides Megatron, he's as money as you can get.
2 2.01 KFFL - Tim Steven Jackson RB --- 31 10
I'm more optimistic than most on S-Jax. It's a fine offense for red-zone chances -- a welcome feeling following his Rams days -- and his pass protection should keep him in on three downs. He looked fresh at the end of last year. He takes care of his body, and his rep as "injury-prone" is overstated. He has one more elite year left in him.
3 3.12 KFFL - Tim Vincent Jackson WR TB 32 9
V-Jax isn't very PPRey, but he's a consistent big-play threat that counts for plenty in best-ball formats like this one.
4 4.01 KFFL - Tim Montee Ball RB DEN 24 1
Probably should've gone with Ryan Mathews here, but I like Ball's chances for success if he can play behind Peyton Manning. He's their best option near the goal line and is the presumptive favorite for lead carries.
5 5.12 KFFL - Tim Drew Brees QB NO 36 13
QBs fell in this format because of the expanded Flex format, and I'm not one usually to jump on the position this early. But this is where I typically start looking, and you can't get much better value than Brees here. I decided to start a run and have a consistent week-to-week stud. Even if they run more, I'm not concerned.
6 6.01 KFFL - Tim Jason Witten TE DAL 32 11
Until Dallas develops a stable WR3, Witten will command elite PPR numbers. His touchdown total might not reach 10, but he'll be good for double-digit points most weeks. Along the same lines of the Brees pick -- the market was deflated, so I took advantage.
7 7.12 KFFL - Tim Mark Ingram RB NO 25 3
You could hear a pin drop when it came to reliable RB depth here, and I took a chance on Ingram, who finished last year strong and could receive some favoratism from Sean Payton (who said he wants to run a bit more) and the organization (contract). He won't usurp Darren Sproles, but Ingram scoring seven or so touchdowns would do fine for flex value.
8 8.01 KFFL - Tim Kenny Britt WR STL 26 5
I wanted Miles Austin but was sniped. Britt is a similar downfield, high-risk, high-reward commodity who's trying to stay out of trouble this offseason. For my WR3, not a bad setup for someone who could rival V-Jax in average target depth.
9 9.12 KFFL - Tim Denarius Moore WR OAK 26 3
The QB situation is putrid, but Moore can make things happen after he gets the ball in his hands. He's their best playmaker outside of Darren McFadden. As far as WR4s go, he still can rank as one of the best.
10 10.01 KFFL - Tim Johnathan Franklin RB --- 25 1
Here's a stab pick that could redeem my backfield. He should see at least tandem work with Eddie Lacy, whom I think is a bit overrated. Franklin is shifty and could be a better fit in this up-tempo offense as a big-play weapon.
11 11.12 KFFL - Tim Antonio Gates TE SD 34 11
12 12.01 KFFL - Tim Chris Givens WR STL 25 2
13 13.12 KFFL - Tim Philip Rivers QB SD 33 10
Pick made based on My Draft Queue
14 14.01 KFFL - Tim Brandon Bolden RB NE 25 2
15 15.12 KFFL - Tim Tandon Doss WR JAX 25 3
16 16.01 KFFL - Tim Mike Tolbert RB CAR 29 6
17 17.12 KFFL - Tim Roy Helu RB OAK 26 3
18 18.01 KFFL - Tim Cincinnati Def CIN    
19 19.12 KFFL - Tim Green Bay Def GB    
20 20.01 KFFL - Tim Dan Bailey PK DAL 27 3