Fantasy Football Mock Draft Analyzing No. 1 Pick of 12 Teams
There’s still time to practice some mock drafting, so I wanted to try pick No. 1 for this go-around. While it’s not my favorite place to draft, I wanted to see how I could stack my team before selecting a quarterback. Here are the results of this PPR mock draft.
1.1 LeSean McCoy, RB Eagles
No-brainer first pick.
2.12 Alshon Jeffery, WR Bears
Beast on the field.
3.1 Randall Cobb, WR Packers
The fact that Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb are both in the top 10 for wide receivers for fantasy >
— Cody Wallace (@codywallace1244) August 23, 2014
4.12 Reggie Bush, RB Lions
I know he’ll timeshare, but he’ll still get a bunch of touches and catches.
5.1 Shane Vereen, RB Patriots
He catches and does all.
— da Sports Commish (@daSportsCommish) August 23, 2014
6.12 Julian Edelman, WR Patriots
He’s durable and gets tons of catches.
7.1 Kyle Rudolph, TE Vikings
Norv Turner should turn Rudolph into tight end fantasy gold.
8.12 Russell Wilson, QB Seahawks
Can you say rushing touchdowns, please?
9.1 Tony Romo, QB Cowboys
Totally opposite of Wilson to swap out for match and play weeks.
10.12 Khiry Robinson, RB Saints
Up and coming I hope.
11.1 Anquan Boldin, WR 49ers
I don’t know why he falls so low, but I like him as a strong flex option.
12.10 Arizona DEF
13.1 Tre Mason RB Rams
Fantasy note: Zac Stacy/Tre Mason now have much more value due to Bradford's injury. Rams will be very run heavy, no diss to Shaun Hill
— Brandon Fine (@Minnesotafine) August 24, 2014
With Sam Bradford out for the season, the Rams RB’s will work hard.
14.10 Robbie Gould, Chicago Bears
15.1 Doug Baldwin, WR Seahawks
No Golden Tate and a fragile Percy Harvin could put Baldwin to work.