Experts Mock Draft Results


Experts Mock Draft Results


FFToolbox Mock Draft July 21

Draft took place 7/21/2014

Scoring System: PPR

Ovr Pick Franchise Selection Pos. Team Age Exp.
1 1.01 Gridiron Irishmen LeSean McCoy RB BUF 26 5
McCoy is the safest RB in the opening of the draft. Questions surround the rest.
2 1.02 2006 World Champion Jamaal Charles RB KC 28 6
Charles year was just too big last year. If he does 80% of what he did this pick works.
3 1.03 ZachLawOnline Matt Forte RB CHI 29 6
4 1.04 FFMagicMan Calvin Johnson WR DET 29 7
Gave brief consideration to AP and Lacy here, but starting 3 WRs Megatron is the right answer.
5 1.05 Adrian Peterson RB MIN 30 7
AP was the easy choice here.
6 1.06 SiriusXM - Fantasy Exec Demaryius Thomas WR DEN 27 4
No WR caught more TD passes than Thomas last season, Mannings #1 target could have a even bigger season in 2014
7 1.07 Bluefish Blitz Dez Bryant WR DAL 26 4
At this point in July, I feel like there's a top 6, then a tier drop. Dez has a tough SOS, but thanks to a lousy defense should be in a lot of shootouts
8 1.08 A.J. Green WR CIN 26 3
9 1.09 #9 World Ranked Player Eddie Lacy RB GB 24 1
When healthy he's a beast. The Packers offense is elite and Rodgers being back will make things even easier. Dual threat back.
10 1.10 Mr. Landry Jimmy Graham TE SEA 28 4
Far and away the best TE in football (until Gronk can stay healthy). Can't pass up a WR1 at the TE position.
11 1.11 FFToolbox - Scott DeMarco Murray RB PHI 27 3
It was between Gio and DM. Murray looks like he has #1RB potential in 2014. If he plays all 16 games he should be a Top 5 Running Back. 5.2YPC last season in an offense that pushes 400 touches to RBs.
12 1.12 - @ShanePHallam Giovani Bernard RB CIN 23 1
Gio had 35% of the Bengals carries last year. That is sure to go up and if his catches remain consistent, he is certainly an RB1. Don't see Jeremy Hill taking much productivity away from Gio.
13 2.01 - @ShanePHallam Le'Veon Bell RB PIT 22 1
The Steelers love Le'Veon Bell, and though he isn't exceptionally talented, he will stick as a bell cow back who catches the football. In terms of opportunity and an offensive line built for running the football, Bell fits the bill to be very productive.
14 2.02 FFToolbox - Scott Julio Jones WR ATL 26 3
Welcome back Julioooooo. The Falcon offense will get back on track with a WR that has 15 TD potential.
15 2.03 Mr. Landry Brandon Marshall WR NYJ 31 8
100 catches, almost 1,300 yards and 12 TD's last season. That's with Cutler missing five games. Those numbers should go up.
16 2.04 #9 World Ranked Player Montee Ball RB DEN 24 1
With Moreno gone, he should have a big role. Denver's offense is the best in the league. Time to grow up kid.
17 2.05 Arian Foster RB HOU 28 5
18 2.06 Bluefish Blitz Antonio Brown WR PIT 26 4
There's no slowing down Antonio this year. Should be a target monster as Wheaton gets his training wheels taken off. A healthy Heath Miller shouldn't hurt
19 2.07 SiriusXM - Fantasy Exec Alshon Jeffery WR CHI 25 2
Jeffery looks great early in camp the big red zone target could catch 90 passes with Double Digit Touchdowns
20 2.08 Jordy Nelson WR GB 30 6
Love Jordy's consistant fantasy play, if he can put together another healthy season.
21 2.09 FFMagicMan Marshawn Lynch RB SEA 29 7
The reports of Lynch's demise are greatly exaggerated. Seattle ain't fixing what ain't broken.
22 2.10 ZachLawOnline Randall Cobb WR GB 24 3
23 2.11 2006 World Champion Peyton Manning QB DEN 39 16
It has been a tough draft watching the players I wanted go before me. Decided to just take the best QB in the game and try to make it up later in the draft.
24 2.12 Gridiron Irishmen Julius Thomas TE JAX 27 3
This guy could see 15 plus TD's with Decker gone
25 3.01 Gridiron Irishmen Pierre Garcon WR WAS 28 6
Best WR left on the board and the rapport he has with RG3 is rock solid
26 3.02 2006 World Champion Doug Martin RB TB 26 2
I thought Martins value was good here. They plan to run the offense through Martin in TB and he looks to be healthy.
27 3.03 ZachLawOnline Rob Gronkowski TE NE 26 4
28 3.04 FFMagicMan Alfred Morris RB WAS 26 2
Debated Ellington here, but I'm still not sold on Bruce Arians' commitment to the 2nd-year man. Morris should see a boatload of carries.
29 3.05 Keenan Allen WR SD 23 1
Sophomore slump? I hope not. He's the man in San Diego.
30 3.06 SiriusXM - Fantasy Exec C.J. Spiller RB NO 27 4
Spiller who rushed for 4.6 yards a carry last will return to 2012 form if healthy this season.
31 3.07 Bluefish Blitz Andre Ellington RB ARI 26 1
I need a RB. NFC West RBs scare me. His weeks 14-16 are brutal-KC/@Stl/Sea BUT he looked great last year and Arians seems to love him. If Floyd takes the step up we all think he will, defenses can't load the box
32 3.08 Reggie Bush RB SF 30 8
33 3.09 #9 World Ranked Player Victor Cruz WR NYG 28 4
Should have a bounce back year with a new OC. Eli trusts him. PPR Machine.
34 3.10 Mr. Landry Zac Stacy RB NYJ 24 1
Knew I'd be in this position when I skipped RB early. I don't buy into the threat of Mason taking Stacy's job. I think he's good for 1,200+ yards and 8-10 TD's. Serviceable at the end of round 3.
35 3.11 FFToolbox - Scott Michael Crabtree WR OAK 27 5
The myth that Crabs was in someway a soft player were dispelled last season when he recovered quickly from a torn achilles and played through the pain. He and CK have good chemistry and should get back to attacking defenders.
36 3.12 - @ShanePHallam Cordarrelle Patterson WR MIN 24 1
Swing for the fences! Cordarrelle feels like this year's Josh Gordon or Alshon Jeffery. He was a top WR toward the end of last year and the Norv Turner offensive scheme is perfect for Patterson. It is a risky WR1 choice, but it could pay huge dividends.
37 4.01 - @ShanePHallam Bishop Sankey RB TEN 22 R
Essentially went RB-RB-RB. I felt like by the time 5.12 rolled around the RB well was going to dry up. With the success of rookie RBs last year, Sankey is a no brainer. Whisenhunt, good offensive line, and enough WR weapons to keep defenses honest. Sankey should be able to catch the ball plenty as well for PPR and an every week flex play.
38 4.02 FFToolbox - Scott Shane Vereen RB NYG 26 3
90 catches is a real possibility for this back. If that's the case, even with limited carries, he finishes Top 10.
39 4.03 Mr. Landry Vincent Jackson WR TB 32 9
Thought Jackson had a lot more upside than the 2nd RB I needed. He's got a healthy Martin and, most likely, McCown throwing to him. Reaching his two year average with the Bucs (1,300 yards/8TDs) should be a piece of cake.
40 4.04 #9 World Ranked Player Roddy White WR ATL 33 9
Bounce back candidate from injury. Should be good for 80+ catches.
41 4.05 Larry Fitzgerald WR ARI 31 10
42 4.06 Bluefish Blitz Trent Richardson RB OAK 23 2
Let's think back to Marshawn Lynch's mid season trade, he was no beast. Last year's goat could be this year's hero with a full offseason to gel with his line. They'll be winning in the 4th quater of a lot of games. I think his leash is longer than it is short
43 4.07 SiriusXM - Fantasy Exec Michael Floyd WR ARI 25 2
The Cards passing game will improve in the 2nd season in Arians system, Floyd will benefit the most
44 4.08 Andre Johnson WR IND 33 11
AJ at 4.8? Really?
45 4.09 FFMagicMan Ryan Mathews RB PHI 27 4
Mathews felt like the best value at this spot - don't underestimate the success San Diego had running early and often down the stretch in 2013.
46 4.10 ZachLawOnline Toby Gerhart RB JAX 28 4
47 4.11 2006 World Champion Ray Rice RB --- 28 6
I just have a feeling Rice is undervalued right now in fantasy. Pierce has not proved a lot and Rice seems motivated. I think any suspension will be short.
48 4.12 Gridiron Irishmen Percy Harvin WR BUF 27 5
Health is a concern with MR Harvin, but the talent is there and scoring a few TD's on special team is a plus!!
49 5.01 Gridiron Irishmen Mike Wallace WR MIN 28 5
This is the year he gets what he deserves. New OC will help him reach 90 receptions....
50 5.02 2006 World Champion DeSean Jackson WR WAS 28 6
This was an odd draft as I waited on WR and start with Jackson. Has a ton of upside in WASH - hoping for a similar stats as last year.