Fantasy Football Mock Draft Pick 12 of 12 Teams
I purposely chose the 12th pick of a 12 team, PPR league. I wanted to focus on strong wide receiver depth, then work on my running backs. Here are the results.
1.12 Brandon Marshall, Wide Receiver, Chicago Bears
He’s a no-brainer WR1 even with the emergence of Alshon Jeffery.
2.1 Julio Jones, Wide Receiver, Atlanta Falcons
The best guys to get things done in Atlanta. He’s a beast on the field, proving it last year with 41 catches in just five games. That would have put him on course for well over 100 receptions had he finished the season.
3.12 Bishop Sankey, Running Back, Tennessee Titans
This might be risky, but Sankey looks to be the team’s starter over weathered Shonn Greene. Coming off of 3,300-plus rushing yards at Washington, I’m impressed.
4.1 Ryan Mathews, Running Back, San Diego Chargers
The Chargers saying they’re going with Mathews as their starter, expected to receive the majority of the carries. Fingers crossed he stays healthy.
"Ryan Mathews is going to be the primary workhorse. He’s our guy." http://t.co/jvwfO4d11o
— Fantasy FB Pundit (@FantasyFbPundit) July 7, 2014
5.12 Emmanuel Sanders, Wide Receiver, Denver Broncos
Just listened to Sanders interview and he’s amped to play for Peyton. Coming off of 67 catches and six touchdowns under Big Ben, Sanders should make a great flex WR.
6.1 Matt Ryan, Quarterback, Atlanta Falcons
I love having one duo from the same team. Bring it this year, Ryan and Jones. Despite all the Falcons’ losses, Ryan passed for over 4,500 yards and had a passer rating of 67.4 percent.
7.12 Darren Sproles, Running Back, Philadelphia Eagles
He’s always been versatile and Sproles will be used to keep LeSean McCoy fresh.
McCoy: Darren Sproles has quickest feet I've ever seen: Darren Sproles' addition to the Philadelphia Eagles' o… http://t.co/bEvU4Gf63G
— Alexis (@NFL_Honey) July 16, 2014
8.1 Kyle Rudolph, Tight End, Minnesota Vikings
Norv Turner loves to utilize tight ends.
— Ken Clein (@DynastyFootball) July 12, 2014
9.12 Tre Mason, Running Back, St. Louis Rams
Watch out, Zac Stacy, because Mason is faster than your 3.9 yards per carry. Mason could be a sleeper for 2014.
10.1 Anquan Boldin, Wide Receiver, San Francisco 49ers
Boldin is a devout veteran who remains sold in any offense he plays. In fact he crossed the 1,000-plus yard mark with his new team, something he hasn’t done since 2009.
11.12 LeGarrette Blount, Running Back, Pittsburgh Steelers
I’m sure Blount will be used for some goal line work after showing off in last season’s playoffs while with the Patriots.
— Steelers Depot (@Steelersdepot) April 6, 2014
12.1 Andy Dalton, Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals
I don’t think he’ll finish top-five this season, but definitely top-10, making him a sturdy backup option. (This is my article on Dalton by the way)
— eDraft.com (@eDraftSports) July 16, 2014
13.12 Kenny Britt, Wide Receiver, St. Louis Rams
Reunited with Jeff Fisher, and earning praises thus far with his new team, hopefully Britt can keep his attitude contained and prove his value this season.
14.1 Kansas City DEFENSE
15.5 Matt Bryant, Kicker, Atlanta Falcons
Complete Mock Draft Results Here. July 15, 2014