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Fantasy Football Mock Drafts

#1

R1-3
Alvin Kamara
NO-RB

R2-22
Dalvin Cook
MIN-RB

R3-27
Zach Ertz
PHI-TE 

R4-46
Brandin Cooks
LA-WR 

R5-51
Calvin Ridley
ATL-WR

R6-70
Allen Robinson
CHI-WR

R7-75
Jarvis Landry
CLE-WR 

R8-94
New England Patriots
NE-DEF
 
9-99
Philip Rivers
LAC-QB 

10-118
LeSean McCoy
BUF-RB 

R11-123
Dede Westbrook
JAX-WR 

R12-142
Trey Burton
CHI-TE 

R13-147
Nyheim Hines
IND-RB 

R14-166
Mohamed Sanu
ATL-WR 

R15-171
Jason Myers
SEA-K 


Standard scoring, 12 teams.
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#2

Decent team. Should be able to finish potentially in the top 6 in your leauge. Just depends on how Cook is utilized with the Vikings and if Robinson becomes more of a featured receiver in Chicago. Your receivers are hit or miss though. I see a lot of guys playing 2nd fiddle to top receivers already on their respective teams.

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(08-13-2019, 04:57 PM)Caldrac Wrote: Decent team. Should be able to finish potentially in the top 6 in your leauge. Just depends on how Cook is utilized with the Vikings and if Robinson becomes more of a featured receiver in Chicago. Your receivers are hit or miss though. I see a lot of guys playing 2nd fiddle to top receivers already on their respective teams.

Calvin Ridley and Jarvis Landry are on the 'do not draft' list in the website that I use for fantasy info.
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(08-14-2019, 10:02 AM)Rico Wrote:
(08-13-2019, 04:57 PM)Caldrac Wrote: Decent team. Should be able to finish potentially in the top 6 in your leauge. Just depends on how Cook is utilized with the Vikings and if Robinson becomes more of a featured receiver in Chicago. Your receivers are hit or miss though. I see a lot of guys playing 2nd fiddle to top receivers already on their respective teams.

Calvin Ridley and Jarvis Landry are on the 'do not draft' list in the website that I use for fantasy info.

Any particular reason why?
I feel like Ridley and Landry both benefit from playing opposite guys like Julio and OBJ?

This was just a mock though, as I don't do a lot of real drafting until after preseason game 3.
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(08-14-2019, 11:32 AM)Kane Wrote:
(08-14-2019, 10:02 AM)Rico Wrote: Calvin Ridley and Jarvis Landry are on the 'do not draft' list in the website that I use for fantasy info.

Any particular reason why?
I feel like Ridley and Landry both benefit from playing opposite guys like Julio and OBJ?

This was just a mock though, as I don't do a lot of real drafting until after preseason game 3.

Yeah, I realized it was a mock which is why I didn't comment further.  I never read into why he thought they were 'do not drafts'.  [BLEEP], now I can't find the link.
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(08-14-2019, 11:32 AM)Kane Wrote:
(08-14-2019, 10:02 AM)Rico Wrote: Calvin Ridley and Jarvis Landry are on the 'do not draft' list in the website that I use for fantasy info.

Any particular reason why?
I feel like Ridley and Landry both benefit from playing opposite guys like Julio and OBJ?

This was just a mock though, as I don't do a lot of real drafting until after preseason game 3.

Ridley was pretty meh when he wasn't facing NO last season, though I'd guess he should be better and think DND is a little harsh for him.

As for Landry, he's so volume based and there are a lot of mouths to feed in that offense.  He had 160 and 150 targets the past two season and didn't eclipse 1000 yards.  He's not going to get more than a handful of TDs, so is he going to get the high volume of targets needed to get fantasy points?  Personally, I wouldn't touch him in standard leagues and he probably wouldn't be high on my list for PPR leagues either.  I don't think there's much upside for him, and would probably rather have someone like Dede.  Part of it is drafting philosophy too, he'll probably have a decent enough floor to be a flex if you want to go safer.
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