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2019 Fantrax SuperFlex Dynasty Mock Draft Review

Mock draft season is upon us with analysts and eager drafters crowding the lobbies. Mocks serve a couple of purposes. Drafters get a feel for positional value. The fantasy community gets additional draft data to adjust their own rankings as they see fit. A dynasty mock draft, especially a startup, is a slightly different breed. Actual drafts involve trades using players and/or future draft capital adding complexity. It also creates a level of subjectivity as player and draft capital value can vary. But still, draft results are the best place to start.

If you’re ever invited to a dynasty mock draft, make your picks and execute your own strategy. You should even review your team for roster construction and short-term approaches. But, the biggest advantage is in the chat. Analysts discuss their approach, trades they could have made, and alternative routes. They can help shape your own strategy for future drafts. Fantrax was able to bring together a solid group of analysts to provide such an example.

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Dynasty Mock Draft Participants

Kate MagdziukFantrax
Derek BrownThe Quant Edge
Tyler BuecherFantasy Guru
Michelle MagdziukFantrax
Justin Edwards4for4
Russ FisherDLF
Luis Escalante4for4
Nate HamiltonFantrax
Mike Woellert4for4
Brandon Niles4for4
Chris AllenFantrax
Kevin Zatloukal4for4

League setup and rules were as follows:

  • Scoring: Superflex, PPR
  • League: 20 rounds, No trades

Round 1

1.01McCaffrey, Christian CAR RB1@FFBallBlast
1.02Elliott, Ezekiel DAL RB2Derek Brown
1.03Barkley, Saquon NYG RB3@TylerBuecher
1.04Kamara, Alvin NOS RB4@BallBlastEm
1.05Hopkins, DeAndre HOU WR5@Justin_Redwards
1.06Mahomes, Patrick KCC QB6@DynastyOuthouse
1.07Beckham, Odell CLE WR7@LF
1.08Adams, Davante GBP WR8@DomiNateFF
1.09Gordon, Melvin LAC RB9Mike Woellert
1.1Conner, James PIT RB10@2guysbrandon
1.11Smith-Schuster, JuJu PIT WR11@ChrisAllenFFWX
1.12Thomas, Michael NOS WR12@kczat

A lesson in league etiquette: Make sure the entire league knows the scoring settings before the draft starts. The. Entire. League.

It explains the slight dip in Mahomes’ ADP, but the first round primarily followed ADP. All except Connor at 10th overall. Typically selected as RB11, an RB6 selection was something of a surprise. Aggressive picks like this create pockets of value for the managers that follow as the draft is restructured. With the pick occurring towards the end of the round, the value couldn’t be realized until the next set of picks.

Round 2

2.01Gurley, Todd LAR RB13@kczat
2.02Bell, Le'Veon NYJ RB14@ChrisAllenFFWX
2.03Mixon, Joe CIN RB15@2guysbrandon
2.04Jones, Julio ATL WR16Mike Woellert
2.05Cook, Dalvin MIN RB17@DomiNateFF
2.06Evans, Mike TBB WR18@LF
2.07Watson, Deshaun HOU QB19@DynastyOuthouse
2.08Williams, Damien KCC RB20@Justin_Redwards
2.09Luck, Andrew IND QB21@BallBlastEm
2.10Chubb, Nick CLE RB22@TylerBuecher
2.11Cooper, Amari DAL WR23Derek Brown
2.12Johnson, David ARI RB24@FFBallBlast

Todd Gurley’s health has been a constant point of contention across the fantasy community. It’s caused his cost to become more subjective than whatever data can be uncovered regarding draft price. Hence, the slight disappointment at his selection here in the mock draft:

“My least favorite pick was taking Todd Gurley at 2.01. That seemed like a value at the time, but now I see that he’s dropping even further. His appropriate price is probably in the third round at this point. If I had it to do over again, especially if I had realized this was SF from the start, I would have taken a QB there or possibly Travis Kelce.” – Kevin Zatloukal (@kczat)

Draft strategy regarding quarterbacks also created some value for those leveraging the Superflex format:

“Deshaun Watson at 19 overall by @DynastyOuthouse. In a Superflex league, it’s rare that so many people opted to wait on quarterbacks. Only Patrick Mahomes was drafted in the first round (coincidentally, also by @DynastyOuthouse). He absolutely got a steal by locking up two fantasy QBs that should be battling for the overall top spot for the next decade.” – Tyler Buecher (@TylerBuecher)

Round 3

3.01Allen, Keenan LAC WR25@FFBallBlast
3.02Diggs, Stefon MIN WR26Derek Brown
3.03Kelce, Travis KCC TE27@TylerBuecher
3.04Mayfield, Baker CLE QB28@BallBlastEm
3.05Kittle, George SFO TE29@Justin_Redwards
3.06Cooks, Brandin LAR WR30@DynastyOuthouse
3.07Brown, Antonio OAK WR31@LF
3.08Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB32@DomiNateFF
3.09Goff, Jared LAR QB33Mike Woellert
3.10Green, A.J. CIN WR34@2guysbrandon
3.11Wilson, Russell SEA QB35@ChrisAllenFFWX
3.12Jacobs, Josh OAK RB36@kczat

The third round of the mock is still packed with elite talent at all positions allowing drafters to find both value and players they’re rooting for in 2019.

“Nearly [all of my picks] looked like a value by 4for4’s rankings. If I had to pick two, though, I would say Josh Jacobs and Kyler Murray in rounds 3 and 4 are my favorite picks.”  – Kevin Zatloukal (@kczat)

“My third round pick is one that I wasn’t expecting to make — Travis Kelce at No. 27 overall — but when you get a chance to land a premier talent that dominates their position at a value, you have to adjust. Kelce should continue to be a top-five dynasty tight end for several more years in that electric offense.” – Tyler Buecher (@TylerBuecher)

The third round is also where different draft strategies can be executed.

“I would’ve traded out my third round pick (A.J. Green) to try and get two picks in the 4-7th rounds. I like most of the WRs drafted in that territory and would’ve rather had an extra pick. – Brandon Niles (@2guysbrandon)”

Round 4

4.01Murray, Kyler ARI QB37@kczat
4.02Johnson, Kerryon DET RB38@ChrisAllenFFWX
4.03Henry, Derrick TEN RB39@2guysbrandon
4.04Thielen, Adam MIN WR40Mike Woellert
4.05Hilton, T.Y. IND WR41@DomiNateFF
4.06Michel, Sony NEP RB42@LF
4.07Golladay, Kenny DET WR43@DynastyOuthouse
4.08Wentz, Carson PHI QB44@Justin_Redwards
4.09Jones, Aaron GBP RB45@BallBlastEm
4.10Moore, D.J. CAR WR46@TylerBuecher
4.11Mack, Marlon IND RB47Derek Brown
4.12Ertz, Zach PHI TE48@FFBallBlast

Superflex changes the supply and demand effect normally observed in standard formats. It allows for different approaches that hinge more on personal preference than FOMO. That started to show here in the 4th round of the mock draft.

“I typically let the other teams’ choices of quarterbacks dictate when I’m going to start pulling the trigger on my own QB slot in Superflex leagues. Once the first seven QBs were gone, I decided it would behoove me to snatch up my quarterbacks near the end of the 4th (Wentz)/beginning of the 5th (Winston). I would have preferred to wait longer but didn’t want to pick from the QB15-QB20 range at the end of the 6th.” – Justin Edwards (@Justin_Redwards)

Round 5

5.01Woods, Robert LAR WR49@FFBallBlast
5.02Ryan, Matt ATL QB50Derek Brown
5.03Newton, Cam CAR QB51@TylerBuecher
5.04Montgomery, David CHI RB52@BallBlastEm
5.05Winston, Jameis TBB QB53@Justin_Redwards
5.06Fournette, Leonard JAC RB54@DynastyOuthouse
5.07Prescott, Dak DAL QB55@LF
5.08Lindsay, Phillip DEN RB56@DomiNateFF
5.09Freeman, Devonta ATL RB57Mike Woellert
5.10Engram, Evan NYG TE58@2guysbrandon
5.11Harry, N'Keal NEP WR59@ChrisAllenFFWX
5.12Watkins, Sammy KCC WR60@kczat

Mid-round quarterbacks, volume-driven running backs, and receivers in positive situations filled the 5th round of the dynasty mock draft. With drafters looking to either acquire their first or second quarterback, it presents a trade opportunity for savvy owners.

“…I’m also a big proponent of trading super early picks for multiple 3rd/4th/5th rounders if I can find someone who really really wants their QB1 at the 1st/2nd turn.” – Justin Edwards (@Justin_Redwards)

“Being near the turn in the 5th I felt like at that point a QB run could happen soon so with Matt Ryan being the QB9, I was ok with getting him there having taken two running backs and two wide receivers previously. I could have waited another round on quarterback but Ryan I felt gave me a good mix of longevity & upside with that pick.” – Derek Brown (@DBro_FF)

A similar trading process can be applied to some of the talent projected to make an impact in 2019.

“Players that possess immense upside both talent and volume wise are always ones that I’m willing to aggressively move up for in drafts. After my selection of Ryan in the 5th, I would have moved back up to snag David Montgomery who went two picks later who I honestly nearly took with my Ryan selection.” – Derek Brown (@DBro_FF)

Round 6

6.01Godwin, Chris TBB WR61@kczat
6.02Ridley, Calvin ATL WR62@ChrisAllenFFWX
6.03Edelman, Julian NEP WR63@2guysbrandon
6.04Garoppolo, Jimmy SFO QB64Mike Woellert
6.05Howard, O.J. TBB TE65@DomiNateFF
6.06Sanders, Miles PHI RB66@LF
6.07Guice, Derrius WAS RB67@DynastyOuthouse
6.08Williams, Mike LAC WR68@Justin_Redwards
6.09Lockett, Tyler SEA WR69@BallBlastEm
6.10Jackson, Lamar BAL QB70@TylerBuecher
6.11Cousins, Kirk MIN QB71Derek Brown
6.12Trubisky, Mitchell CHI QB72@FFBallBlast

As quarterbacks are pushed up, high-value players can be found as late as the 6th round in most mock drafts. A few drafters were able to mine the player pool for upside. From the drafters:

“I think in this format, getting Edelman in the sixth was good value.” – Brandon Niles (@2guysbrandon)

“Players I would have moved up to draft include Calvin Ridley at 6.02 and Tyler Lockett at 6.09.” – Derek Brown (@DBro_FF)

By the end of the round, 17 quarterbacks had been drafted with nearly half the league already having two on their roster. Only one team had not yet drafted a quarterback. This strategy is prominent amongst dynasty drafters looking to leverage the desire for youth throughout their league. Even with so many quarterbacks taken off the board in this mock draft, there was still plenty to be had later.

Round 7

7.01Kupp, Cooper LAR WR73@FFBallBlast
7.02Boyd, Tyler CIN WR74Derek Brown
7.03Robinson, Allen CHI WR75@TylerBuecher
7.04Pettis, Dante SFO WR76@BallBlastEm
7.05Davis, Corey TEN WR77@Justin_Redwards
7.06Cohen, Tarik CHI RB78@DynastyOuthouse
7.07Hunt, Kareem CLE RB79@LF
7.08Howard, Jordan PHI RB80@DomiNateFF
7.09Njoku, David CLE TE81Mike Woellert
7.10Rivers, Philip LAC QB82@2guysbrandon
7.11Henry, Hunter LAC TE83@ChrisAllenFFWX
7.12Drake, Kenyan MIA RB84@kczat

Brandon Niles gets his guy. Philip Rivers. Averaged over 4,000 yards and 30 touchdowns the past 6 years. The only issue is his contract situation. He’s set to be an Unrestricted Free Agent in 2020, but the team hasn’t made any moves to suggest a replacement is waiting in the wings. Regardless, he presents a value opportunity at such a low draft cost. The same could be said for Allen Robinson by looking at the receivers drafted around him. At nearly 26, he’s the primary receiver in an offensive constantly looking to maximizing its talent. Few players of his archetype can be found at such a cost.

Round 8

8.01Darnold, Sam NYJ QB85@kczat
8.02Carson, Chris SEA RB86@ChrisAllenFFWX
8.03Ingram, Mark BAL RB87@2guysbrandon
8.04Jones, Marvin DET WR88Mike Woellert
8.05Landry, Jarvis CLE WR89@DomiNateFF
8.06Brees, Drew NOS QB90@LF
8.07Sutton, Courtland DEN WR91@DynastyOuthouse
8.08Fuller, Will HOU WR92@Justin_Redwards
8.09Anderson, Robby NYJ WR93@BallBlastEm
8.10Kirk, Christian ARI WR94@TylerBuecher
8.11Penny, Rashaad SEA RB95Derek Brown
8.12Metcalf, DK SEA WR96@FFBallBlast

Nearly 30 running backs were selected in the first 7 rounds of this dynasty mock draft with almost a clear tier drop in talent as the 8th round began. Narrative and paths to touches become a greater part of the draft. Value becomes more subjective and flags begin to be planted. Christian Kirk has quickly become one of the offseason’ s greatest commodities. He saw the second greatest target share in the offense while operating both out of the slot and on the outside. Now, with Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray, all eyes are on Arizona.

Round 9

9.01Allen, Josh BUF QB97@FFBallBlast
9.02White, James NEP RB98Derek Brown
9.03Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB99@TylerBuecher
9.04Samuel, Curtis CAR WR100@BallBlastEm
9.05Henderson, Darrell LAR RB101@Justin_Redwards
9.06Shepard, Sterling NYG WR102@DynastyOuthouse
9.07Coleman, Tevin SFO RB103@LF
9.08Haskins, Dwayne WAS QB104@DomiNateFF
9.09Miller, Lamar HOU RB105Mike Woellert
9.10Foles, Nick JAC QB106@2guysbrandon
9.11Campbell, Parris IND WR107@ChrisAllenFFWX
9.12Washington, James PIT WR108@kczat

Eight teams had drafted two quarterbacks by the start of the 9th round of the mock. Those still looking to fill their Superflex spot with another quarterback had to make some tough decisions for their squad to remain competitive.

“I took my second quarterback sooner than I planned. Even in a SuperFlex, I expected the third-tier guys to be available in the 10th round and beyond, but by the time the ninth round rolled around, Nick Foles was one of the few solidified starters remaining on the board. Guys like Darnold, Trubisky, and Lamar Jackson were taken right before I was planning to grab them. I ended up grabbing a couple of late-round long-term flyers in Mason Rudolph and Jared Stidham to try and compensate.” – Brandon Niles (@2guysbrandon)

Others were still looking at collecting value attempting to simulate trade strategies if this were an actual startup draft.

“With my squad in “win-now” mode, I would’ve loved to have found a way to trade back in the ninth round. I ended up selecting Ben Roethlisberger as my QB3 as I thought he was the end of a QB tier, but with Cam Newton and Lamar Jackson already on my squad, I would’ve preferred to trade back and select an additional RB/WR to help with weekly flex plays.” – Tyler Buecher (@TylerBuecher)

Round 10

10.01Jones, Ronald TBB RB109@kczat
10.02Freeman, Royce DEN RB110@ChrisAllenFFWX
10.03Fant, Noah DEN TE111@2guysbrandon
10.04Gallup, Michael DAL WR112Mike Woellert
10.05Hockenson, T.J. DET TE113@DomiNateFF
10.06Brady, Tom NEP QB114@LF
10.07Stafford, Matthew DET QB115@DynastyOuthouse
10.08Murray, Latavius NOS RB116@Justin_Redwards
10.09Hill, Tyreek KCC WR117@BallBlastEm
10.10Westbrook, Dede JAC WR118@TylerBuecher
10.11Jeffery, Alshon PHI WR119Derek Brown
10.12Sanders, Emmanuel DEN WR120@FFBallBlast

Matt Stafford at QB26 had to be the value pick of the mock draft. Detroit fell to 14th in Pass to Run ratio after being Top 10 the previous 4 seasons. Their draft moves indicate a run-first offensive philosophy, but they still have viable weapons at receiver and a quarterback that’s been known to throw the ball. Surprised a few other folks in the draft.

“I had my eye on Stafford as he fell but got sniped the pick before, I likely would have traded up nearly six picks to grab him at the beginning of the 10th and it probably wouldn’t have cost me much.

“But, in all seriousness, Matt Stafford as the QB26 at 10.07 by Dynasty Outhouse.” – Justin Edwards (@Justin_Redwards)

Round 11

11.01Coutee, Keke HOU WR121@FFBallBlast
11.02Rosen, Josh MIA QB122Derek Brown
11.03Brown, A.J. TEN WR123@TylerBuecher
11.04Hooper, Austin ATL TE124@BallBlastEm
11.05Dalton, Andy CIN QB125@Justin_Redwards
11.06Arcega-Whiteside, JJ PHI WR126@DynastyOuthouse
11.07Ebron, Eric IND TE127@LF
11.08Samuel, Deebo SFO WR128@DomiNateFF
11.09Singletary, Devin BUF RB129Mike Woellert
11.10Tate, Golden NYG WR130@2guysbrandon
11.11Carr, Derek OAK QB131@ChrisAllenFFWX
11.12Mariota, Marcus TEN QB132@kczat

The Superflex format emphasizes the need for two quarterbacks to leverage the scoring system. With bye weeks and projected weekly upside, a third might be needed. Four were selected in the 11th round of the mock, but one had some particular upside.

“Having Josh Rosen available in the 11th round in a Superflex draft was immense value. His value has nowhere to go but up. Considering this was a player that was the second-ranked quarterback for many in last year’s draft class I could not pass him up as my QB3.”  – Derek Brown (@DBro_FF)

Round 12

12.01Brown, Marquise BAL WR133@kczat
12.02Smith, Tre'Quan NOS WR134@ChrisAllenFFWX
12.03Mattison, Alexander MIN RB135@2guysbrandon
12.04Callaway, Antonio CLE WR136Mike Woellert
12.05McKinnon, Jerick SFO RB137@DomiNateFF
12.06Hardman, Mecole KCC WR138@LF
12.07Miller, Anthony CHI WR139@DynastyOuthouse
12.08Allison, Geronimo GBP WR140@Justin_Redwards
12.09Jones, Daniel NYG QB141@BallBlastEm
12.10Ekeler, Austin LAC RB142@TylerBuecher
12.11Foster, Robert BUF WR143Derek Brown
12.12Walker, Delanie TEN TE144@FFBallBlast

The early rounds of a dynasty mock draft are filled with receiver archetypes typically described as ‘consistent’. But logical roster construction points to having a boom-bust player with week winning potential. Players in this category are always useful, but the risk drives their price down. That describes most of the players drafted here in the 12th. And, as always, there are plenty of trade targets present for many owners looking to supplement their rosters.

“With 12th & 13th (12.11/13.02) picks, I felt the upside at that point was too much to pass with Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Robert Foster remaining. Their athletic profiles, as well as flashes in their rookie seasons, could both land them in the top 24 wide receivers this season.” – Derek Brown (@DBro_FF)

Round 13

13.01Breida, Matt SFO RB145@FFBallBlast
13.02Valdes-Scantling, Marquez GBP WR146Derek Brown
13.03Hill, Justice BAL RB147@TylerBuecher
13.04Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR148@BallBlastEm
13.05Cook, Jared NOS TE149@Justin_Redwards
13.06Isabella, Andy ARI WR150@DynastyOuthouse
13.07Herndon, Chris NYJ TE151@LF
13.08Lock, Drew DEN QB152@DomiNateFF
13.09Bridgewater, Teddy NOS QB153Mike Woellert
13.10Johnson, Diontae PIT WR154@2guysbrandon
13.11Goedert, Dallas PHI TE155@ChrisAllenFFWX
13.12Andrews, Mark BAL TE156@kczat

It’s somewhat surprising that after finishing the season as RB26, with extrapolated stats having him at over 1000 yards, and multiple RB1 weeks, Matt Breida falls into the 13th round or later in most mock drafts. The crowded backfield with Tevin Coleman added and Jerrick McKinnon returning from injury clouds the situation, but Breida has the most experience in Shanahan’s system. Breida comes with his own injury concerns, but at 24 years old, he’s worth reaching on at this cost.

Round 14

14.01McDonald, Vance PIT TE157@kczat
14.02Johnson, Duke CLE RB158@ChrisAllenFFWX
14.03Hamilton, DaeSean DEN WR159@2guysbrandon
14.04Burton, Trey CHI TE160Mike Woellert
14.05Butler, Hakeem ARI WR161@DomiNateFF
14.06Harris, Damien NEP RB162@LF
14.07Olsen, Greg CAR TE163@DynastyOuthouse
14.08Funchess, Devin IND WR164@Justin_Redwards
14.09McCoy, LeSean BUF RB165@BallBlastEm
14.10Thomas, Ian CAR TE166@TylerBuecher
14.11Gesicki, Mike MIA TE167Derek Brown
14.12Rudolph, Kyle MIN TE168@FFBallBlast

With most primary positions filled, supplemental picks were being made to fill out rosters in this mock. Almost half of the draft picks were tight ends (despite two timeouts) signaling the lack of demand for the position. My own squad lacked wide receivers and, looking back on it, I’d have preferred any of the receivers selected after my pick at 14.02. Even with Duke Johnson’s untold upside, positional demand in a PPR league would benefit rosters with a better compilation of receivers. I’d have to look at the position during the next couple of rounds.

Round 15

15.01Agholor, Nelson PHI WR169@FFBallBlast
15.02Sternberger, Jace GBP TE170Derek Brown
15.03Hines, Nyheim IND RB171@TylerBuecher
15.04Samuels, Jaylen PIT RB172@BallBlastEm
15.05Smith, Ito ATL RB173@Justin_Redwards
15.06Williams, Tyrell OAK WR174@DynastyOuthouse
15.07Stills, Kenny MIA WR175@LF
15.08Thompson, Darwin KCC RB176@DomiNateFF
15.09Snell, Benny PIT RB177Mike Woellert
15.10Rudolph, Mason PIT QB178@2guysbrandon
15.11Crowder, Jamison NYJ WR179@ChrisAllenFFWX
15.12Lee, Marqise JAC WR180@kczat

Kenny Stills went 4 picks before my selection in the 15th round of this dynasty mock draft. The Fitzpatrick-Jackson connection in Tampa Bay easily translates to how Stills is deployed making him an ideal selection in every fantasy format. The Jets, like Miami, also project to be one of the bottom offenses in the league, but Crowder walks into a healthy share of targets as the team’s primary slot receiver. Identified as a viable trade-up target by Derek Brown, the volume of targets presented to Crowder make him an ideal target in the 15th round.

Round 16

16.01Lewis, Dion TEN RB181@kczat
16.02Wilson, Albert MIA WR182@ChrisAllenFFWX
16.03Stidham, Jarrett NEP QB183@2guysbrandon
16.04Jones, Zay BUF WR184Mike Woellert
16.05Smith Jr., Irv MIN TE185@DomiNateFF
16.06Brown, John BUF WR186@LF
16.07Flacco, Joe DEN QB187@DynastyOuthouse
16.08Boykin, Miles BAL WR188@Justin_Redwards
16.09Eifert, Tyler CIN TE189@BallBlastEm
16.10Jackson, DeSean PHI WR190@TylerBuecher
16.11Graham, Jimmy GBP TE191Derek Brown
16.12Peterson, Adrian WAS RB192@FFBallBlast

The 16th round of the mock played host to long shots along with short-term gains. I was still looking to add to my wide receiver corps and Albert Wilson has been a community favorite for a couple of seasons. In his limited roles, his athleticism has proven useful on the field and in the boxscore. Immediately after my pick, we have an investment that will take years to pay off. Regardless of how long Tom Brady plays, New England’s backup QB is always alluring to both NFL and fantasy GMs. There’s no telling how long Tom Brady will actually play so making the acquisition as Brandon’s QB4 reduces the risk given the available talent on the board.

Other short-term investments include Joe Flacco, DeSean Jackson, Jimmy Graham, and Adrian Peterson. Players that boast utility in 2019, but carry serious doubt in their availability past the upcoming season due to contract, age, or both.

Round 17

17.01Barber, Peyton TBB RB193@FFBallBlast
17.02Quinn, Trey WAS WR194Derek Brown
17.03Bernard, Giovani CIN RB195@TylerBuecher
17.04Witten, Jason DAL TE196@BallBlastEm
17.05Hyde, Carlos KCC RB197@Justin_Redwards
17.06Foreman, D'Onta HOU RB198@DynastyOuthouse
17.07Seferian-Jenkins, Austin FA TE199@LF
17.08Davis, Mike CHI RB200@DomiNateFF
17.09Chark, D.J. JAC WR201Mike Woellert
17.10Reed, Jordan WAS TE202@2guysbrandon
17.11Williams, Dexter GBP RB203@ChrisAllenFFWX
17.12Doyle, Jack IND TE204@kczat

I’ve tried to draft Dexter Williams in almost every mock, startup, or rookie draft. He’s the perfect complement to Aaron Jones and has an easy path to outshining Jamaal Williams to take the backup role in a high-powered offense.

Dart throws highlighted the 17th round of our dynasty mock draft. Trey Quinn has received some offseason buzz due to the uncertainty surrounding the wide receiver corps in Washington and his slot usage. The Damien Williams-Carlos Hyde debate continues across almost every fantasy social platform. Mike Davis’ role is somewhat nebulous with David Montgomery being drafted in the early rounds. In mock drafts, it’s difficult to judge value with so many teams willing to acquire players well before their ADP. It also causes some drafters to reach before they necessarily needed to:

“I also regret a couple of my later picks: taking Jack Doyle over Darren Waller and Jalen Hurd over Justin Watson. But those are all dart throws anyway.” – Kevin Zatloukal (@kczat)

Round 18

18.01Thompson, Chris WAS RB205@kczat
18.02Manning, Eli NYG QB206@ChrisAllenFFWX
18.03Love, Bryce WAS RB207@2guysbrandon
18.04Moore, Chris BAL WR208Mike Woellert
18.05Waller, Darren OAK TE209@DomiNateFF
18.06Moncrief, Donte PIT WR210@LF
18.07Ballage, Kalen MIA RB211@DynastyOuthouse
18.08Harmon, Kelvin WAS WR212@Justin_Redwards
18.09Ginn Jr., Ted NOS WR213@BallBlastEm
18.10Reynolds, Josh LAR WR214@TylerBuecher
18.11McLaurin, Terry WAS WR215Derek Brown
18.12Dorsett, Phillip NEP WR216@FFBallBlast

It could be a coincidence or it could be an indication of their offense, but four players from Washington were selected in this round of the mock. Three were rookies making them low-risk investments with adequate upside especially in the case of McLaurin who will continue to grow with his college quarterback. Bryce Love will (hopefully) become a complement to Derrius Guice once Adrian Peterson retires.

But I was looking for another quarterback. The Wilson-Carr duo doesn’t inspire much confidence even with Russ’ contract and Antonio Brown’s move to Oakland. Manning presents temporary value that should at least open the 2019 season. In retrospect, a long-term/upside pick earlier (e.g. Drew Lock) would have been better to round out the squad, but Manning was the best available at the time.

Round 19

19.01Brate, Cameron TBB TE217@FFBallBlast
19.02Armstead, Ryquell JAC RB218Derek Brown
19.03Enunwa, Quincy NYJ WR219@TylerBuecher
19.04Sanu, Mohamed ATL WR220@BallBlastEm
19.05Ross, John CIN WR221@Justin_Redwards
19.06Yeldon, T.J. BUF RB222@DynastyOuthouse
19.07Williams, Jamaal GBP RB223@LF
19.08Parker, DeVante MIA WR224@DomiNateFF
19.09Goodwin, Marquise SFO WR225Mike Woellert
19.10Burnett, Deontay NYJ WR226@2guysbrandon
19.11Seals-Jones, Ricky ARI TE227@ChrisAllenFFWX
19.12Hurd, Jalen SFO WR228@kczat

The last two rounds of this dynasty mock draft and a couple of interesting late-round rookie picks came off the board. Leonard Fournette is known for a few things. First, being the primary rusher on a run-first offense with a strong defense. After that, it’s injuries, suspensions, and off the field issues. That’s what makes Ryquell Armstead an interesting selection for the Jaguars and placed him on many dynasty owner’s late-round lists.

The same goes for Jalen Hurd. San Francisco tends to feature multiple receivers with relative target share on a week to week basis. He’s not Deebo Samuel or Dante Pettis, but has the appeal of a big-body target that could be used in the red zone. I wanted to piece of the Arizona offense and looked to round out my tight end squad with Ricky Seals-Jones. He’s not guaranteed volume, but any cheap asset in an Air Raid system should be worth a late-round dart throw.

Round 20

20.01Pollard, Tony DAL RB229@kczat
20.02Hurst, Hayden BAL TE230@ChrisAllenFFWX
20.03Miller, Scott TBB WR231@2guysbrandon
20.04Jarwin, Blake DAL TE232Mike Woellert
20.05Robinson, Demarcus KCC WR233@DomiNateFF
20.06Humphries, Adam TEN WR234@LF
20.07Gordon, Josh NEP WR235@DynastyOuthouse
20.08St. Brown, Equanimeous GBP WR236@Justin_Redwards
20.09Watson, Ben NEP TE237@BallBlastEm
20.10Taylor, Taywan TEN WR238@TylerBuecher
20.11Anderson, Rodney CIN RB239Derek Brown
20.12Vannett, Nick SEA TE240@FFBallBlast

Tony Pollard could become a high-value draft target for more than just dynasty owners. He’s already been spotted working out with the first offense in training camp and there’s been no official word on Ezekiel Elliot after his latest run-in with law enforcement. Its possible Pollard becomes an in-game complement giving him some change-of-pace value with the athleticism for a greater workload. His cost in this mock draft makes him an easy value and his involvement in the offense should be monitored throughout the offseason.

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