2014 Fantasy Football Mock Draft

2014 Fantasy Football Mock Draft

2014 Fantasy Football Mock Draft

With regards to dream football drafts, I am constantly interested when individuals begin creating mock drafts well ahead of Labor Day weekend. There are such a large number of questions because of wounds, position fights and idiocy to make them advantageous. I assume in case you are in an association that orders that you draft a long time before the season begins, it bodes well however, even that makes me laugh out loud. In case it is an association for entertainment only, go off the deep end. Nonetheless, a large portion of us have a vested monetary interest in how our group does and I certain as damnation don’t need any of my top picks missing time because of non-standard season injury or off-the-field issue. It is quite fascinating to see the change in normal draft position in the weeks paving the way to the season. Players like Steven Ridley and Cam Newton have cratered and players like James White and Emmanuel Sanders have shot up.

Mock drafts can differ extraordinarily relying upon the scoring framework, particularly when utilizing Points Per Reception, and regardless of whether the association is a redraft association or a tradition association. For our motivations, this is a standard dream football association scoring framework for a redraft association.

This accepts a beginning program of 1 QB, 2 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 TE, 1 K and 1 D/ST. Focuses would be granted for the accompanying activities:

Passing: 1 point for each 25 yards, 4 focuses for every Touchdown, and – 2 for every Interception

Surging: 1 point for each 10 yards, 6 focuses for every Touchdown, and – 2 for each bungle lost

Getting: 1 point for each 10 yards, 6 focuses for every Touchdown บอลสูงต่ํา pantip

Kicking: 3 focuses for each Field Goal made and 1 point for each effective Extra Point

Safeguard: 2 focuses for each bobble recuperated, 2 focuses for every capture, 1 point for each sack, 2 focuses for a shutout and 2 focuses for a security

Cycle 1

1 Jamaal Charles, KC

2 LeSean McCoy, PHI

3 Adrian Peterson, MIN

4 Eddie Lacy, GB

5 Matt Forte, CHI

6 Jimmy Graham, NO

7 Marshawn Lynch, SEA

8 Calvin Johnson, DET

9 Demaryius Thomas, DEN

10 Montee Ball, DEN

11 A.J. Green, CIN

12 Peyton Manning, DEN

Assessment: Having one of the best 5 picks is simple since you could put forth a defense for any of those running backs. From that point forward, it is a bit crude as there is incredible profundity at tight end and quarterback this year. It is ideal to ponder a group with Jimmy Graham or Peyton Manning on it, yet I would lean toward a running back to get my group going and work around.

Cycle 2

13 DeMarco Murray, DAL

14 Brandon Marshall, CHI

15 Dez Bryant, DAL

16 Andre Ellington, ARI

17 Zac Stacy, STL

18 Drew Brees, NO

19 Giovani Bernard, CIN

20 Alshon Jeffery, CHI

21 Doug Martin, TB

22 Le’Veon Bell, PIT

23 Aaron Rodgers, GB

24 Ryan Mathews, SD

Assessment: Decision time in cycle 2. Would it be advisable for you to go conventional and get a subsequent RB or is it best to get one great RB and one great WR? I feel that there is incredible profundity at WR this year and suggest that you get 2 strong RBs.

Cycle 3

25 Julio Jones, ATL

26 Jordy Nelson, GB

27 Antonio Brown, PIT

28 Randall Cobb, GB

29 Alfred Morris, WAS

30 Arian Foster, HOU

31 Julius Thomas, DEN

32 Andrew Luck, IND

33 Rashad Jennings, NYG

34 Toby Gerhart, JAC

35 Victor Cruz, NYG

36 Reggie Bush, DET

Assessment: If you got two RBs as of now, you certainly need to snatch a WR in cycle 3. In the event that you split them, I suggest getting that subsequent RB. In the event that you got Peyton, Brees or Rodgers, you need to adjust your group in this round as the levels tumble off from here.

Cycle 4

37 Vincent Jackson, TB

38 Rob Gronkowski, NE

39 Andre Johnson, HOU

40 Matthew Stafford, DET

41 Keenan Allen, SD

42 Frank Gore, SF

43 DeSean Jackson, WAS

44 Michael Floyd, ARI

45 Pierre Garcon, WAS

46 Roddy White, ATL

47 Chris Johnson, NYJ

48 T.Y. Hilton, IND

Assessment: Questions have large amounts of cycle 4 because of immediate or roundabout medical problems. Stafford ought to have a major year, yet I truly like Kennan Allen at this spot.

Cycle 5

49 Larry Fitzgerald, ARI

50 Ben Tate, CLE

51 Torrey Smith, BAL

52 Steven Jackson, ATL

53 C.J. Spiller, BUF

54 Jordan Cameron, CLE

55 Cordarrelle Patterson, MIN

56 Reggie Wayne, IND

57 Fred Jackson, BUF

58 Shane Vereen, NE

59 Marques Colston, NO

60 Percy Harvin, SEA

Assessment: If you thought cycle 4 was intense, cycle 5 is much more troublesome. There are a small bunch of players with extremely high potential gain here, for example, Cordarrelle and C.J., however I like Cameron a considerable amount since Cleveland has the most horrendous WRs at any point arranged in proficient football.

Cycle 6

61 Julian Edelman, NE

62 Jeremy Maclin, PHI

63 Eric Decker, NYJ

64 Colin Kaepernick, SF

65 Vernon Davis, SF

66 Wes Welker, DEN

67 Emmanuel Sanders, DEN

68 Trent Richardson, IND

69 Tom Brady, NE

70 Joique Bell, DET

71 Golden Tate, DET

72 Bishop Sankey, TEN

Assessment: Tom Brady in cycle 6? It has been quite a while since we have seen anything taking after this. I actually figure I would pass and snatch Ryan, Rivers or Cutler in one of the following 3 rounds. I like Sanders assuming I need a WR here or Bell assuming I need a RB. He had extraordinary numbers last year, even in a split job. That job should proceed with this year with him getting the red zone work. In addition, Reggie isn’t Mr. Strength.

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