Best Ball Draft: A 12-Team PPR Mock Feat. Fantasy Football Analysts

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  • Find results for the 2020 Action best ball mock draft below, featuring 12 industry professionals.

In honor of best ball draft season, our fantasy football crew teamed up with analysts from across the industry to help you get ready with a 12-team PPR mock draft.

We’ll run through the results below, but first, let’s meet our experts in the order they drafted:

  • Scott Barrett: Scott is the Director of Analytics at FantasyPoints.
  • Matt Kelley: Matt is also known as The Podfather of RotoUnderworld Radio and creator of PlayerProfiler.
  • Liz Loza: Liz is a fantasy football analyst at Yahoo! Sports.
  • Sean Koerner: Sean, Action’s director of predictive analytics, was FantasyPros’ No. 1 fantasy football draft ranker of 2019 and has finished as their top in-season ranker in three of the past five seasons.
  • Shawn Siegele: Shawn is an analyst at RotoViz (and wrote the original Zero RB story).
  • Davis Mattek: Davis is a fantasy football analyst at SportsGrid and is behind the Taekcast podcast.
  • Rich Hribar: Rich is an analyst at Sharp Football Analysis.
  • Katie RichcreekKatie is a senior editor at Action and oversees the fantasy football vertical.
  • Evan Silva: Evan is an analyst and one of the brains behind EstablishTheRun.
  • JJ Zachariason: JJ is the editor-in-chief at FanDuel and numberFire. He also popularized the late-round quarterback strategy.
  • Matthew Freedman: Matthew is the editor-in-chief of FantasyLabs and was the sixth-most accurate FantasyPros ranker in 2017.
  • Chris Raybon: Chris is an analyst at Action and was the fourth-most accurate FantasyPros ranker in 2019.

Since this was an 18-round draft involving 12 people (and their schedules), we opted for a slow email draft. That means there was news that broke as the draft unfolded that impacted picks that had already been made.

Now let’s start with an overall snapshot of the mock draft results — you can also jump to round-by-round version at the end of this story — then dig into each person’s strategies below.

Best Ball Mock Draft Results

Here’s the starting lineup we drafted based on — 1QB, 2RB, 3WR, 1TE, 2FLEX — that’s nine starters and nine bench players for a total of 18 roster spots. Full PPR.

Now let’s take a closer look at each team and their strategies.

Best Ball Draft Strategy By Team

Barrett’s Picks & Strategy

I’ll be honest, I do tend to get cute in mock drafts. Better to try out various strategies now than when there’s money on the line. That’s what I did here with #ZeroWR approach.

Wide receiver is the best quantity over quality position in best ball leagues, having the deepest reservoir of fantasy-relevant names and being the position with the most week-to-week volatility. For instance, I took Jamison Crowder as the 44th wide receiver off the board. He’s a value in the sense that he finished 35th in fantasy points per game. But he’s an even greater value in best ball leagues — or, at least he was last year, when he reached 18.5 fantasy points in six games (trailing only Davante Adams and Michael Thomas).

Landing the 1.01 spot and Christian McCaffrey is a massive, massive advantage. Drafting two tight ends early freed up another spot for a wide receiver, as did early capital on running backs. Bell cow running backs aren’t as hyper-valuable in best ball leagues, but I like the ones I grabbed here. I feel fine with my two quarterbacks, considering where I took them.

Really it all comes down to whether or not my nine late-round wide receivers can keep pace with someone like Silva’s six early-round wide receivers. It’s a shame we couldn’t watch this play out.

Kelley’s Picks & Strategy

Pick 1.02 offers the best opportunity at a well-executed Robust RB draft strategy.

Here are my thoughts on each pick:

  • 1.02; Saquon Barkley: With the run-oriented Jason Garrett’s arrival, Daniel Jones’ continued development, and significant offensive line improvements, generational talent Barkley should challenge Christian McCaffrey in both the rushing and receiving departments.
  • 2.11; Austin Ekeler: After finishing 2019 as the NFL’s most efficient running back, a massive opportunity share boost should offset Ekeler’s assured efficiency regression in 2020.
  • 3.02; Leonard Fournette: Targets are “earned” unless your name is Leonard Fournette. After posting 316 Weighted Opportunities (No. 2 among NFL running backs) last season, Fournette enters a contract year at the peak of his powers and is yet somehow still available in the third round of fantasy drafts.
  • 4.11; Robert Woods: The fourth round is wide receiver Shangri-La, and Woods operated as Jared Goff’s true No. 1 last season.
  • 5.02; David Johnson: Gross.
  • 6.11; De’Andre Swift: Kerryon Johnson will be easily relegated by the most versatile running back in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Todd Kirkland/Getty Images. Pictured: D’Andre Swift
  • 7.02; Kyler Murray: Sniped on Jarvis Landry, The Podfather panicked and mistakenly selected Murray with the safer Russell Wilson still on the board. Oops.
  • 8.11; Hunter Henry: Prefer Gronkowski but hoping to scoop him at the 9.02 to start an old fashioned tight end run.
  • 9.02; Rob Gronkowski: Haven’t you heard? Gronk is BAAAAAAAACK!!!
  • 10.11; Tom Brady: With only 18 rounds, paying up for Brady’s stability and devoting just two roster spots to quarterback makes sense. The Brady-Gronk correlation stack is a nice bonus.
  • 11.02; Sterling Shepard: Did you know Shepard scored more fantasy points per game than A.J. Brown, Odell Beckham, TY Hilton, Terry McLaurin and Courtland Sutton last season?
  • 12.11; Emmanuel Sanders: Robust RB makes sense in best ball, because starting wide receivers on explosive offenses are available throughout the double-digit rounds.
  • 13.02; Justin Jefferson: Another projected starting wide receiver with major upside.
  • 14.11; Parris Campbell: Yet another projected starting wide receiver with major upside.
  • 15.02; O.J. Howard: The rare tight end handcuff with standalone value and correlated upside with Brady.
  • 16.11; Larry Fitzgerald: Inexpensive high-floor correlation stack with Murray.
  • 17.02; Andy Isabella: Inexpensive high-upside correlation stack with Murray.
  • 18.11; Russell Gage: The cheapest target volume play in all of fantasy.

Loza’s Picks & Strategy

My plan was to select a running back in four of the first five rounds while supplementing with a foundational WR a la Allen Robinson. But then Koerner took Josh Jacobs (who is an every-draft target of mine), so I decided to get loose and roster Lamar. After all, it’s hard not to be tempted by a QB who averaged nearly seven yards per attempt and more than 80 rushing yards per game last year.

Admittedly, my choices from that point forward lacked substantial flash or upside, but high-floor/volume players like Todd Gurley, Mark Ingram and Keenan Allen complement a ceiling reach like Jackson nicely (yes, even in best ball).

For the most part, the draft was smooth and painless … until about Round 12. That’s when everyone’s favorite sleepers really started showing up. Ironically, all three players (Antonio Brown, N’Keal Harry and Anthony Miller) in my queue went just before my turn. The silver lining to this was that I discovered Curtis Samuel was still available. I understand that Teddy isn’t the ideal QB to unlock Samuel’s full potential and that Robby Anderson could siphon looks, but the former Buckeye has the versatility to be used all over the field and, therefore, out-kick his late-round ADP.

Speaking of favorite sleepers, one of mine is New England’s third-round pick from a year ago, Damien Harris. I anticipate he’ll end the season leading the Pats’ RBs in touches and productivity, as he’s the backfield’s only multiple talent.

Oh, and speaking of multiple talents, Silva’s masterful selection of Boston Scott in the 13th round already has the Miles Sanders truthers sweating.

Koerner’s Picks & Strategy

You can read all about my best ball strategies in my Tiers series, but here’s a quick rundown of who I was able to grab, by position.

QB: Russell Wilson and Jared Goff.

I was able to lock up both QBs at discounts. Wilson fell to me in the eighth, and I was able to snag Goff in the 14th. Wilson provides a high floor/ceiling, while Goff can provide some spiked weeks.

RB: Ezekiel Elliott, Josh Jacobs, James White, Sony Michel, Adrian Peterson and Jerick McKinnon.

Despite having the fourth overall pick, I was able to land Zeke. Josh Jacobs takes a bit of a hit in a full PPR format, but I couldn’t pass him up with him still available at the end of Round 2. I liked the idea of pairing both White and Michel in best ball. White will provide a solid weekly floor, with Michel having the occasional spiked weeks.

WR: Kenny Golladay, Cooper Kupp, Tyler Lockett, A.J. Green, Anthony Miller, Michael Pittman and Alshon Jeffery.

Given the league settings (full-PPR/3 WR/2 FLEX), I highly valued the WR position in this draft. I was thrilled to land A.J. Green as my WR4. When filling out my bench, I decided to go with a high floor play in Anthony Miller and a high ceiling in Michael Pittman.

Alshon Jeffery was a bit of a sneaky pick here. He could miss the first few games of 2020, but I won’t even need him until Week 5, at the earliest.

I was also able to create two high-end QB/WR stacks with Wilson/Lockett  and Goff/Kupp. Stacking is a strategic way to increase your team’s ceiling and is often underused because it can be challenging to pull off. The fact that I was able to create two of them without reaching any player was a massive win for me.

TE: Jared Cook, Dallas Goedert and Will Dissly,

I view Rounds 9-11 as the sweet spot to target TE this year. Landing Cook/Goedert in that range was a huge win for me. Cook will provide plenty of spiked weeks, while Goedert has become a low-end TE1, despite playing alongside Zach Ertz. Goedert carries the hidden upside of providing top-five TE value if Ertz were to miss any time. Dissly could be a sneaky pick this year if he stays healthy. He joins my Wilson/Lockett stack.

Siegele’s Picks & Strategy

Drawing the No. 5 slot offers flexibility. Although there’s some risk of a holdout, selecting Dalvin Cook provides a stud RB1 to build around. A 1-Elite-RB construction provides the best floor and ceiling for best ball builds. Beyond Cook, the RotoViz Best Ball Workshop demonstrates the value of a WR-heavy build when paired with a star TE (Zach Ertz).

Best ball is a race to get five high-caliber WRs before your opponents, and the presence of Cook and Ertz in the first three rounds gave me the freedom to pursue five receivers for the other picks through Round 7.

Faced with an RB board that didn’t offer much value at that point, I had the opportunity to pivot for two high-end QBs in Deshaun Watson (QB5) and Josh Allen (QB7). Best ball rewards drafting QBs a little earlier than conventional redraft, and having two above-average starters saves a roster spot later on.

In the double-digit rounds, I looked for value plays to augment the earlier structural approach. Mike Gesicki fell to TE16, while N’Keal Harry represents a compelling breakout play at a bargain-basement price.

My goal at RB is to stockpile a mix of elite veterans (Phillip Lindsay), pass-catching backs (Nyheim Hines) and rookie handcuffs with a hint of standalone appeal (A.J. Dillon, Darrynton Evans and Lynn Bowden). All three categories have offered good historical returns from a win rate perspective and help balance a team that emphasizes WR early.

Mattek’s Picks & Strategy

Pick at 1.06 is a big disadvantage as you have to watch the top tier RBs disintegrate in front of you. I took Mike Thomas and knew that my RB strategy would be aiming at high-upside, younger RBs for the rest of the draft to give me ceiling at a position without an anchoring stud.

Most importantly, I was able to stack Dak Prescott with CeeDee Lamb and Blake Jarwin. Nothing is as important in best ball leagues than creating high-upside stacks. I was also able to stack my favorite value WR (D.J. Moore) with his quarterback. The selection of three tight ends was made affordable with Mike Thomas accounting for so many of my weekly WR slots.

Sean Gardner/Getty Images. Pictured: Michael Thomas

If I win this league, a few things will have likely occurred: First, Clyde Edwards Helaire will have to be the starter in KC. The same is true for Cam Akers. Antonio Brown returning to the NFL falls in this category as well.

Overall, I felt very good both strategically and with the actual players that I selected in this draft.

Hribar’s Picks

Richcreek’s Picks & Strategy

With the wide receiver pool as deep as it is in 2020, I focused on securing a couple of workhorse running backs (Nick Chubb and James Conner) and a top tight end (George Kittle) early on — positions that see a much faster drop-off in talent.

That strategy allowed me to go all-in on WRs between Rounds 4-7, starting with JuJu Smith-Schuster, who could very well outperform his average draft position (ADP) as the WR14 with the bump in targets he should see with Ben Roethlisberger back under center — something I’m much more wiling to risk betting on in this format.

Michael Gallup and Marquise Brown should also have high weekly ceilings.

Now time to address the elephant in the room: With the way the draft was unfolding when I pre-drafted my Rounds 13-14 picks before going completely off the grid to camp for a couple days, I didn’t think Baker Mayfield and Drew Lock would fall to me. I figured if it went as planned, I might land one of the two, or neither — but certainly not both.

Lesson learned. And who knows, maybe that Lock and Jerry Jeudy stack will look sharp in retrospect.

Silva’s Picks

Zachariason’s Picks

Freedman’s Picks & Strategy

I’m happy with my draft but not ecstatic. Picking near the 1/2 turn, I went with a Chiefs stack by selecting wide receiver Tyreek Hill (1.11) and tight end Travis Kelce (2.02), and I hoped to add quarterback Patrick Mahomes in Round 3, but Evan Silva drafted him two picks ahead of me.

At that point, I pivoted to running back and took Le’Veon Bell as the RB19 at 3.11, where he provides a lot of value with a 1,200-yard floor and top-five upside if everything breaks right.

After that, I employed a modified Zero RB approach by attacking the wide receiver position in Rounds 4-7 with the selections of Odell Beckham Jr. (WR11), DeVante Parker (WR27), Deebo Samuel (WR29) and Henry Ruggs III (WR40).

Unfortunately, it was only after I drafted Deebo — but before I had a chance to draft Brandon Aiyuk — that news of his foot injury broke. If the news cycle had played out differently, I would have been happy to draft Will Fuller or Marquise Brown as the WR29 instead of Deebo.

After hitting the wide receiver position, I pivoted back to running back for Rounds 8-9 by drafting Ronald Jones II (RB33) and Derrius Guice (RB40). Both players have a realistic chance of leading their backfields this year: They both carry risk — but that’s why they were available so late in the draft. Ultimately, I like the upside they provide at their acquisition cost.

In Rounds 10-11 I went with Mike Williams (WR47) and Sammy Watkins (WR54), both of whom I like as upside options who are capable of contributing a few week-winning performances. I think Williams specifically has 1,000-yard, 10-touchdown potential, and Watkins gives me another piece of the Kansas City offense as an arbitrage play on the more expensive Mecole Hardman.

Rob Carr/Getty Images. Pictured: Sammy Watkinds

In Round 12 I grabbed Ian Thomas (TE20) as one of the last tight ends I’d be comfortable rostering as my TE2, and then in Round 13 I added running back Latavius Murray, who has some standalone value as a touchdown scorer in the high-scoring New Orleans offense and could go off as a lead back if Alvin Kamara misses some games.

In Round 14 I finally addressed the quarterback position by drafting Ben Roethlisberger (QB18). Given that I was the last person in the draft to take a quarterback, I think I got tremendous value at the position in getting Roethlisberger, who before his injury last year was perennially a top-12 fantasy producer on a points-per-game basis.

In Rounds 15-16, I stacked upside rookie wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. (WR72) with quarterback Gardner Minshew (QB24). Shenault might truly be the best wide receiver in this class, and Minshew I expect to progress in his second year in the league, especially with new offensive coordinator Jay Gruden.

In Rounds 17-18, I closed out the draft by adding two more upside rookie wide receivers in Chase Claypool (WR86) and K.J. Hamler (WR87). In Claypool, I get a potential touchdown-scoring stacking partner with Roethlisberger. In Hamler, I get a playmaking speedster who should start almost immediately in Denver and could have some peak weeks against soft coverage playing alongside Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy.

In retrospect, I wish I could’ve stacked my quarterbacks with more obviously impactful receivers, but given that I took my passers so late in the draft, I’m pleased with the outcome of this draft.

Raybon’s Picks & Strategy

QB has the largest surplus of value, so my strategy was to wait. Daniel Jones and Joe Burrow are my top two late-round targets due to their rushing ability and shaky defenses.

My RB strategy was dictated by my draft slot. Picking at the turn means there will be Tier 1 WRs available, but not-top tier RBs. To make up for fading RB in Rounds 1-2, I drafted three RB2 types with RB1 upside in the first six rounds: Chris Carson, who averaged 21.0 touches per game last season and is on track for Week 1; Devin Singletary, who averaged 18.9 touches per game over his last eight; and Raheem Mostert, who piled up 13 TDs in his last nine regular and postseason games.

After that, I’m looking for RBs who can put up RB1 numbers if the starter goes down. Tony Pollard in particular is a top target of mine; he broke 26 tackles on just 101 touches and led all RBs in elusive rating in 2019, according to Pro Football Focus.

At WR, I target only players who have a realistic shot at leading their team in air yards. T.Y. Hilton, Darius Slayton and DeSean Jackson fit the bill. Denzel Mims only has Breshad Perriman — who has never posted more than 645 receiving yards in a season — in his way.

Miles Boykin is a shot in the dark super sleeper. His aDOT was 17.2 as a rookie, his QB led the league in TD passes, and with Seth Roberts and Hayden Hurst gone, Boykin could be an every down player who takes a major leap in 2020. Especially in a sharp league like this, I like to have at least one super differentiation pick that would otherwise go undrafted, and Boykin is that guy for me here.

At TE, there tends to not be much value to be found outside the TE1 ranks, so ideally I want two TE1s, but that didn’t work out. Still, I got my top target outside the big four in Hurst, whom I believe has the clearest path of any non-stud to catching five balls per game; Austin Hooper averaged 5.8 last season. I also landed my top TE2 target in Ebron, who caught 13 TD passes in 2018 with Andrew Luck and now gets Ben Roethlisberger, who threw 34 in his last full season. Greg Olsen was my obligatory auto-pick.

For a more in-depth breakdown of optimal beat ball strategy in 12-team leagues, be sure to check out my 2020 best ball strategy guide.


Best Ball Mock Draft Results: Round-By-Round

Rd.Pk Player Franchise
1.01 McCaffrey, Christian CAR RB Barrett
1.02 Barkley, Saquon NYG RB Kelley
1.03 Kamara, Alvin NOS RB Loza
1.04 Elliott, Ezekiel DAL RB (Q) Koerner
1.05 Cook, Dalvin MIN RB Siegele
1.06 Thomas, Michael NOS WR Mattek
1.07 Mixon, Joe CIN RB Hribar
1.08 Chubb, Nick CLE RB Richcreek
1.09 Henry, Derrick TEN RB Silva
1.10 Adams, Davante GBP WR Zachariason
1.11 Hill, Tyreek KCC WR Freedman
1.12 Jones, Julio ATL WR Raybon
2.01 Hopkins, DeAndre ARI WR Raybon
2.02 Kelce, Travis KCC TE Freedman
2.03 Sanders, Miles PHI RB Zachariason
2.04 Drake, Kenyan ARI RB Silva
2.05 Kittle, George SFO TE Richcreek
2.06 Jones, Aaron GBP RB Hribar
2.07 Edwards-Helaire, Clyde KCC RB Mattek
2.08 Godwin, Chris TBB WR Siegele
2.09 Jacobs, Josh LVR RB Koerner
2.10 Jackson, Lamar BAL QB Loza
2.11 Ekeler, Austin LAC RB Kelley
2.12 Gordon, Melvin DEN RB Barrett
3.01 Andrews, Mark BAL TE Barrett
3.02 Fournette, Leonard JAC RB Kelley
3.03 Gurley, Todd ATL RB Loza
3.04 Golladay, Kenny DET WR Koerner
3.05 Ertz, Zach PHI TE Siegele
3.06 Moore, D.J. CAR WR Mattek
3.07 Evans, Mike TBB WR Hribar
3.08 Conner, James PIT RB Richcreek
3.09 Mahomes, Patrick KCC QB Silva
3.10 Robinson, Allen CHI WR Zachariason
3.11 Bell, Le’Veon NYJ RB Freedman
3.12 Carson, Chris SEA RB (Q) Raybon
4.01 Singletary, Devin BUF RB Raybon
4.02 Beckham, Odell CLE WR Freedman
4.03 Thielen, Adam MIN WR Zachariason
4.04 Cooper, Amari DAL WR Silva
4.05 Smith-Schuster, JuJu PIT WR Richcreek
4.06 Ridley, Calvin ATL WR Hribar
4.07 Taylor, Jonathan IND RB Mattek
4.08 Brown, A.J. TEN WR Siegele
4.09 Kupp, Cooper LAR WR Koerner
4.10 Allen, Keenan LAC WR Loza
4.11 Woods, Robert LAR WR Kelley
4.12 Waller, Darren LVR TE Barrett
5.01 Montgomery, David CHI RB Barrett
5.02 Johnson, David HOU RB Kelley
5.03 Ingram, Mark BAL RB Loza
5.04 Lockett, Tyler SEA WR Koerner
5.05 Diggs, Stefon BUF WR Siegele
5.06 Sutton, Courtland DEN WR Mattek
5.07 Metcalf, DK SEA WR Hribar
5.08 Gallup, Michael DAL WR Richcreek
5.09 McLaurin, Terry WAS WR Silva
5.1 Chark, D.J. JAC WR Zachariason
5.11 Parker, DeVante MIA WR Freedman
5.12 Hilton, T.Y. IND WR Raybon
6.01 Mostert, Raheem SFO RB Raybon
6.02 Samuel, Deebo SFO WR (Q) Freedman
6.03 Hunt, Kareem CLE RB Zachariason
6.04 Fuller, Will HOU WR (Q) Silva
6.05 Brown, Marquise BAL WR (Q) Richcreek
6.06 Engram, Evan NYG TE (Q) Hribar
6.07 Akers, Cam LAR RB Mattek
6.08 Boyd, Tyler CIN WR Siegele
6.09 Green, A.J. CIN WR Koerner
6.10 Howard, Jordan MIA RB Loza
6.11 Swift, D’Andre DET RB Kelley
6.12 Landry, Jarvis CLE WR (Q) Barrett
7.01 Dobbins, J.K. BAL RB Barrett
7.02 Murray, Kyler ARI QB Kelley
7.03 Edelman, Julian NEP WR Loza
7.04 White, James NEP RB Koerner
7.05 Kirk, Christian ARI WR Siegele
7.06 Prescott, Dak DAL QB Mattek
7.07 Jones, Marvin DET WR Hribar
7.08 Cooks, Brandin HOU WR Richcreek
7.09 Johnson, Diontae PIT WR Silva
7.10 Higbee, Tyler LAR TE Zachariason
7.11 Ruggs, Henry LVR WR (Q) Freedman
7.12 Slayton, Darius NYG WR Raybon
8.01 Hurst, Hayden ATL TE Raybon
8.02 Jones, Ronald TBB RB Freedman
8.03 Vaughn, Ke’Shawn TBB RB Zachariason
8.04 Williams, Damien KCC RB Silva
8.05 Johnson, Kerryon DET RB Richcreek
8.06 Hardman, Mecole KCC WR Hribar
8.07 Lamb, CeeDee DAL WR Mattek
8.08 Watson, Deshaun HOU QB Siegele
8.09 Wilson, Russell SEA QB Koerner
8.10 Cohen, Tarik CHI RB Loza
8.11 Henry, Hunter LAC TE Kelley
8.12 Crowder, Jamison NYJ WR Barrett
9.01 Brown, John BUF WR Barrett
9.02 Gronkowski, Rob TBB TE Kelley
9.03 Smith, Jonnu TEN TE Loza
9.04 Cook, Jared NOS TE Koerner
9.05 Allen, Josh BUF QB Siegele
9.06 Fant, Noah DEN TE Mattek
9.07 Brees, Drew NOS QB Hribar
9.08 Ryan, Matt ATL QB Richcreek
9.09 Mack, Marlon IND RB Silva
9.10 Coleman, Tevin SFO RB Zachariason
9.11 Guice, Derrius WAS RB Freedman
9.12 Jackson, DeSean PHI WR Raybon
10.01 Jones, Daniel NYG QB Raybon
10.02 Williams, Mike LAC WR Freedman
10.03 Breida, Matt MIA RB Zachariason
10.04 Hooper, Austin CLE TE Silva
10.05 Jeudy, Jerry DEN WR Richcreek
10.06 Mattison, Alexander MIN RB Hribar
10.07 Moss, Zack BUF RB Mattek
10.08 Lindsay, Phillip DEN RB Siegele
10.09 Goedert, Dallas PHI TE Koerner
10.10 Perriman, Breshad NYJ WR Loza
10.11 Brady, Tom TBB QB Kelley
10.12 Williams, Preston MIA WR (Q) Barrett
11.01 Wentz, Carson PHI QB Barrett
11.02 Shepard, Sterling NYG WR Kelley
11.03 Gibson, Antonio WAS RB Loza
11.04 Michel, Sony NEP RB (Q) Koerner
11.05 Gesicki, Mike MIA TE Siegele
11.06 Jarwin, Blake DAL TE Mattek
11.07 Hockenson, T.J. DET TE (Q) Hribar
11.08 Doyle, Jack IND TE Richcreek
11.09 Aiyuk, Brandon SFO WR Silva
11.10 Tate, Golden NYG WR Zachariason
11.11 Watkins, Sammy KCC WR Freedman
11.12 Burrow, Joe CIN QB Raybon
12.01 Pollard, Tony DAL RB Raybon
12.02 Thomas, Ian CAR TE Freedman
12.03 Rodgers, Aaron GBP QB Zachariason
12.04 Johnson, Duke HOU RB Silva
12.05 Henderson, Darrell LAR RB (Q) Richcreek
12.06 Stafford, Matthew DET QB Hribar
12.07 Brown, Antonio FA* WR Mattek
12.08 Harry, N’Keal NEP WR Siegele
12.09 Miller, Anthony CHI WR (Q) Koerner
12.10 Samuel, Curtis CAR WR Loza
12.11 Sanders, Emmanuel NOS WR Kelley
12.12 Anderson, Robby CAR WR Barrett
13.01 Reagor, Jalen PHI WR Barrett
13.02 Jefferson, Justin MIN WR Kelley
13.03 Herndon, Chris NYJ TE (Q) Loza
13.04 Pittman, Michael IND WR Koerner
13.05 Dillon, AJ GBP RB Siegele
13.06 Edmonds, Chase ARI RB Mattek
13.07 Washington, James PIT WR Hribar
13.08 Mayfield, Baker CLE QB Richcreek
13.09 Scott, Boston PHI RB Silva
13.10 Tannehill, Ryan TEN QB Zachariason
13.11 Murray, Latavius NOS RB Freedman
13.12 Mims, Denzel NYJ WR Raybon
14.01 Ebron, Eric PIT TE Raybon
14.02 Roethlisberger, Ben PIT QB (Q) Freedman
14.03 Smith Jr., Irv MIN TE Zachariason
14.04 Garoppolo, Jimmy SFO QB Silva
14.05 Lock, Drew DEN QB Richcreek
14.06 McFarland, Anthony PIT RB Hribar
14.07 Bridgewater, Teddy CAR QB Mattek
14.08 Hines, Nyheim IND RB Siegele
14.09 Goff, Jared LAR QB Koerner
14.10 Harris, Damien NEP RB Loza
14.11 Campbell, Parris IND WR Kelley
14.12 Cousins, Kirk MIN QB Barrett
15.01 Lazard, Allen GBP WR Barrett
15.02 Howard, O.J. TBB TE Kelley
15.03 Westbrook, Dede JAC WR Loza
15.04 Jeffery, Alshon PHI WR (Q) Koerner
15.05 Evans, Darrynton TEN RB Siegele
15.06 Stills, Kenny HOU WR Mattek
15.07 Kelley, Joshua LAC RB Hribar
15.08 Jackson, Justin LAC RB Richcreek
15.09 Renfrow, Hunter LVR WR Silva
15.10 Armstead, Ryquell JAC RB Zachariason
15.11 Shenault, Laviska JAC WR Freedman
15.12 Olsen, Greg SEA TE Raybon
16.01 Boykin, Miles BAL WR Raybon
16.02 Minshew, Gardner JAC QB Freedman
16.03 Ross, John CIN WR Zachariason
16.04 Hurd, Jalen SFO WR Silva
16.05 Davis, Corey TEN WR Richcreek
16.06 Reynolds, Josh LAR WR Hribar
16.07 Brown, Malcolm LAR RB Mattek
16.08 Higgins, Tee CIN WR Siegele
16.09 Peterson, Adrian WAS RB Koerner
16.10 Sims, Steven WAS WR Loza
16.11 Fitzgerald, Larry ARI WR Kelley
16.12 Beasley, Cole BUF WR Barrett
17.01 Cobb, Randall HOU WR Barrett
17.02 Isabella, Andy ARI WR Kelley
17.03 Carr, Derek LVR QB Loza
17.04 McKinnon, Jerick SFO RB Koerner
17.05 Bowden, Lynn LVR RB Siegele
17.06 Sternberger, Jace GBP TE Mattek
17.07 Funchess, Devin GBP WR Hribar
17.08 Amendola, Danny DET WR Richcreek
17.09 Everett, Gerald LAR TE Silva
17.10 Uzomah, C.J. CIN TE Zachariason
17.11 Claypool, Chase PIT WR Freedman
17.12 Hyde, Carlos SEA RB (Q) Raybon
18.01 Williams, Jamaal GBP RB Raybon
18.02 Hamler, KJ DEN WR Freedman
18.03 Valdes-Scantling, Marquez GBP WR Zachariason
18.04 Eifert, Tyler JAC TE Silva
18.05 Samuels, Jaylen PIT RB Richcreek
18.06 Bernard, Giovani CIN RB Hribar
18.07 Williams, Trayveon CIN RB Mattek
18.08 Knox, Dawson BUF TE Siegele
18.09 Dissly, Will SEA TE (Q) Koerner
18.10 Arcega-Whiteside, JJ PHI WR Loza
18.11 Gage, Russell ATL WR Kelley
18.12 Freeman, Devonta FA* RB Barrett
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