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2018 Fantasy Football Mock Draft 6.0 (10-Team, Non-PPR)

The final fantasy mock draft of the summer comes ahead of the biggest draft weekend of the year. It’s for a 10-team, non-PPR league, and I was given the No. 4 pick through randomization using FantasyPros Draft Simulator.


Round 1

1.1: Le’Veon Bell, PIT RB

1.2: Todd Gurley, LAR RB

1.3: Ezekiel Elliott, DAL RB

1.4: David Johnson, ARI RB

1.5: Alvin Kamara, NO RB

1.6: Antonio Brown, PIT WR

1.7: Odell Beckham Jr., NYG WR

1.8: Saquon Barkley, NYG RB

1.9: Julio Jones, ATL WR

1.10: Leonard Fournette, JAX RB


My thoughts: Johnson was an easy choice as arguably a better option than the top three guys, and getting him with the No. 4 pick might be the best-case scenario in fantasy drafts this year.


Round 2

2.1: Kareem Hunt, KC RB

2.2: DeAndre Hopkins, HOU WR

2.3: Melvin Gordon, LAC RB

2.4: Michael Thomas, NO WR

2.5: Dalvin Cook, MIN RB

2.6: Christian McCaffrey, CAR RB

2.7: Keenan Allen, LAC WR

2.8: Devonta Freeman, ATL RB

2.9: Aaron Rodgers, GB QB

2.10: Davante Adams, GB WR


My thoughts: There wasn’t much of a choice again, as I get the best player on the board again and probably have a top-five running back and wide receiver. Allen could be a bigger factor in the red zone with Hunter Henry out for the season.


Round 3

3.1: Larry Fitzgerald, ARI WR

3.2: Rob Gronkowski, NE TE

3.3: A.J. Green. CIN WR

3.4: Jordan Howard, CHI RB

3.5: Joe Mixon, CIN RB

3.6: LeSean McCoy, BUF RB

3.7: Kenyan Drake, MIA RB

3.8: Derrick Henry, TEN RB

3.9: Jerick McKinnon, SF RB

3.10: Tyreek Hill, KC WR


My thoughts: Larry Fitzgerald at the top of the round was pretty surprising, but I’m able to get Jordan Howard before a short run at the position with six picks in a row.


Round 4

4.1: Mike Evans, TB WR

4.2: T.Y. Hilton, IND WR

4.3: Stefon Diggs, MIN WR

4.4: Lamar Miller, HOU RB

4.5: Adam Thielen, MIN WR

4.6: Travis Kelce, KC TE

4.7: Amari Cooper, OAK WR

4.8: Alex Collins, BAL RB

4.9: Royce Freeman, DEN RB

4.10: Doug Baldwin, SEA WR


My thoughts: I keep going best player available, but I like that I’ve ended up with a balanced roster so far with two potential RB1s and two potential WR1s.


Round 5

5.1: Cam Newton, CAR QB

5.2: Jarvis Landry, CLE WR

5.3: Deshaun Watson, HOU QB

5.4: Jay Ajayi, PHI RB

5.5: JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT WR

5.6: Zach Ertz, PHI TE

5.7: Carlos Hyde, CLE RB

5.8: Demaryius Thomas, DEN WR

5.9: Marshawn Lynch, OAK RB

5.10: Tom Brady, NE QB


My thoughts: I gave serious thought to Zach Ertz or Russell Wilson (who is still on the board) here, but Jay Ajayi was the best value and an excellent FLEX option in standard leagues.


Round 6

6.1: Brandin Cooks, LAR WR

6.2: Carson Wentz, PHI QB

6.3: Russell Wilson, SEA QB

6.4: Drew Brees, NO QB

6.5: Rashaad Penny, SEA RB

6.6: Golden Tate, DET WR

6.7: Greg Olsen, CAR TE

6.8: Jimmy Graham, GB TE

6.9: Tevin Coleman, ATL RB

6.10: Rex Burkhead, NE RB


My thoughts: There were still a ton of good running backs and wide receivers available with quarterbacks getting pushed up the board, but I think Greg Olsen is an underrated, high-floor TE1 that fits perfectly with the best of the roster.


Round 7

7.1: Chris Hogan, NE WR

7.2: Josh Gordon, CLE WR

7.3: Allen Robinson, CHI WR

7.4: Corey Davis, TEN WR

7.5: Matthew Stafford, DET QB

7.6: Kirk Cousins, MIN QB

7.7: Dion Lewis, TEN RB

7.8: Mark Ingram, NO RB

7.9: Marvin Jones, DET WR

7.10: Kerryon Johnson, DET RB


My thoughts: One of the first three picks in the round would have been great, but Corey Davis has big-time breakout potential, and I feel very comfortable with him as my WR3.


Round 8

8.1: Alshon Jeffery, PHI WR

8.2: Isaiah Crowell, NYJ RB

8.3: Marquise Goodwin, SF WR

8.4: Chris Carson, SEA RB

8.5: Devin Funchess, CAR WR

8.6: Will Fuller, HOU WR

8.7: Andrew Luck, IND QB

8.8: Michael Crabtree, BAL WR

8.9: Jaguars D/ST

8.10: Tarik Cohen, CHI RB


My thoughts: Matthew Stafford and Kirk Cousins both going in Round 7 forced me to make a move on Andrew Luck, but now I should be able to fill out my roster with running backs and wideouts the rest of the way.


Round 9

9.1: Emmanuel Sanders, DEN WR

9.2: Robert Woods, LAR WR

9.3: Julian Edelman, NE WR

9.4: Sammy Watkins, KC WR

9.5: Jamison Crowder, WAS WR

9.6: Sony Michel, NE RB

9.7: Duke Johnson, CLE RB

9.8: Chris Thompson, WAS RB

9.9: Ronald Jones II, TB RB

9.10: Jamaal Williams, GB RB


My thoughts: Sammy Watkins simply has the highest upside out of everyone on the board, and it’s not a huge deal if he struggles since he’s my WR4.


Round 10

10.1: Jordy Nelson, OAK WR

10.2: Robby Anderson, NYJ WR

10.3: Adrian Peterson, WAS RB

10.4: Pierre Garcon, SF WR

10.5: Cooper Kupp, LAR WR

10.6: Marlon Mack, IND RB

10.7: Peyton Barber, TB RB

10.8: C.J. Anderson, CAR RB

10.9: Randall Cobb, GB WR

10.10: Allen Hurns, DAL WR


My thoughts: Ronald Jones II failed to make a move for the starting job in preseason action, so Peyton Barber could be an early-season workhorse with Jameis Winston suspended.


Round 11

11.1: Evan Engram, NYG TE

11.2: James White, NE RB

11.3: Nelson Agholor, PHI WR

11.4: Sterling Shepard, NYG WR

11.5: Kelvin Benjamin, BUF WR

11.6: Nick Chubb, CLE RB

11.7: Delanie Walker, TEN TE

11.8: Mike Williams, LAC WR

11.9: Kenny Stills, MIA WR

11.10: DeVante Parker, MIA WR


My thoughts: Sterling Shepard could be the star that emerges in Pat Shurmur’s offense with defenses paying attention to Odell Beckham Jr. and Saquon Barkley.


Round 12

12.1: Calvin Ridley, ATL WR

12.2: Josh Doctson, WAS WR

12.3: D’Onta Foreman, HOU RB

12.4: George Kittle, SF TE

12.5: Jimmy Garoppolo, SF QB

12.6: Ben Roethlisberger, PIT QB

12.7: Bilal Powell, NYJ RB

12.8: Kyle Rudolph, MIN TE

12.9: Keelan Cole, JAX WR

12.10: Corey Clement, PHI RB


My thoughts: It’s rare that a starting running back is available this late, but Powell was clearly the lead back for New York this preseason.


Round 13

13.1: Jordan Reed, WAS TE

13.2: Ty Montgomery, GB RB

13.3: Aaron Jones, GB RB

13.4: Trey Burton, CHI TE

13.5: Theo Riddick, DET RB

13.6: David Njoku, CLE TE

13.7: Rishard Matthews, TEN WR

13.8: Jack Doyle, IND TE

13.9: Tyler Eifert, CIN TE

13.10: O.J. Howard, TB TE


My thoughts: I said I would be able to round out the roster with backs and receivers, but Trey Burton was simply too good a value to pass up here, as he could potentially be used as a FLEX.


Round 14

14.1: Latavius Murray, MIN RB

14.2: Jordan Wilkins, IND RB

14.3: Rams D/ST

14.4: Philip Rivers, LAC QB

14.5: Dez Bryant, FA WR

14.6: Vikings D/ST

14.7: Kenny Golladay, DET WR

14.8: Matt Ryan, ATL QB

14.9: Michael Gallup, DAL WR

14.10: Giovani Bernard, CIN RB


My thoughts: At a long six-foot-four with elite leaping ability, Kenny Golladay is the prototypical late-round flier.


Round 15

15.1: Seahawks D/ST

15.2: Jared Cook, OAK TE

15.3: Eagles D/ST

15.4: Chargers D/ST

15.5: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, JAX TE

15.6: Texans D/ST

15.7: Saints D/ST

15.8: Eric Ebron, IND TE

15.9: Ravens D/ST

15.10: Broncos D/ST


Round 16

16.1: Justin Tucker, BAL K

16.2: Greg Zuerlein, LAR K

16.3: Harrison Butker, KC K

16.4: Stephen Gostkowski, NE K

16.5: Jake Elliott, PHI K

16.6: Wil Lutz, NO K

16.7: Matt Bryant, ATL K

16.8: Chris Boswell, PIT K

16.9: Robbie Gould, SF K

16.10: Dan Bailey, DAL K


Final Roster

QB: Andrew Luck, IND

RB: David Johnson, ARI

RB: Jordan Howard, CHI

WR: Keenan Allen, LAC

WR: Amari Cooper, OAK

TE: Greg Olsen, CAR

FLEX: Jay Ajayi, PHI RB

D/ST: Chargers

K: Matt Bryant, ATL

BE: Corey Davis, TEN WR

BE: Sammy Watkins, KC WR

BE: Peyton Barber, TB RB

BE: Sterling Shepard, NYG WR

BE: Bilal Powell, NYJ RB

BE: Trey Burton, CHI TE

BE: Kenny Golladay, DET WR


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