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2019 Fantasy Football Mock Draft 2.0 (12-team, Non-PPR)

If you missed the first mock of the summer (10-team, 0.5 PPR), you can check that out here. Mock 2.0 is non-PPR scoring for a 12-team league once again using FantasyPros Draft Simulator.


The Picks


Round 1

1.1: Ezekiel Elliott, DAL RB

1.2: Saquon Barkley, NYG RB

1.3: Alvin Kamara, NO RB

1.4: Christian McCaffrey, CAR RB

1.5: David Johnson, ARI RB

1.6: Melvin Gordon, LAC RB

1.7: Le’Veon Bell, NYJ RB

1.8: DeAndre Hopkins, HOU WR

1.9: James Conner, PIT RB

1.10: Joe Mixon, CIN RB

1.11: Davante Adams, GB WR

1.12: Julio Jones, ATL WR


Thoughts:Just like in the first mock draft, I went with Davante Adams as arguably the top fantasy receiver for 2019. The combination of floor and upside is excellent.


Round 2

2.1: Odell Beckham Jr., CLE WR

2.2: Nick Chubb, CLE RB

2.3: Travis Kelce, KC TE

2.4: Damien Williams, KC RB

2.5: Dalvin Cook, MIN RB

2.6: Todd Gurley, LAR RB

2.7: JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT WR

2.8: Michael Thomas, NO WR

2.9: Derrick Henry, TEN RB

2.10: Mike Evans, TB WR

2.11: Leonard Fournette, JAX RB

2.12: O.J. Howard, TB TE


Thoughts: The only reason I took Nick Chubb over Todd Gurley is that we have a long wait until the next pick in a 12-team league, and I wanted more of a sure thing (considering Gurley’s health) after going wideout in Round 1. Even with Kareem Hunt looming, Chubb should be a top-15 pick in non-PPR leagues.


Round 3

3.1: Andrew Luck, IND QB

3.2: Antonio Brown, OAK WR

3.3: Evan Engram, NYG TE

3.4: Marlon Mack, IND RB

3.5: George Kittle, SF TE

3.6: Jared Cook, NO TE

3.7: Patrick Mahomes, KC QB

3.8: Adam Thielen, MIN WR

3.9: Zach Ertz, PHI TE

3.10: T.Y. Hilton, IND WR

3.11: Keenan Allen, LAC WR

3.12: Devonta Freeman, ATL RB


Thoughts: Keenan Allen hasn’t had more than six touchdowns since his rookie year, but with Tyrell Williams gone, perhaps he can boost those numbers as defenses key on Melvin Gordon and Hunter Henry in scoring territory. Allen is still just entering his age-27 campaign.


Round 4

4.1: Aaron Jones, GB RB

4.2: A.J. Green, CIN WR

4.3: Amari Cooper, DAL WR

4.4: Chris Carson, SEA RB

4.5: Stefon Diggs, MIN WR

4.6: Brandin Cooks, LAR WR

4.7: Julian Edelman, NE WR

4.8: Sony Michel, NE RB

4.9: Kenny Golladay, DET WR

4.10: Tarik Cohen, CHI RB

4.11: Cooper Kupp, LAR WR

4.12: Josh Jacobs, OAK RB


Thoughts: I was hoping one of Devonta Freeman or Aaron Jones would be available here, but I’m not going to reach for another running back over A.J. Green, who is a WR1 when healthy. The roster is now set every week at both receiver spots and the FLEX.


Round 5

5.1: Robert Woods, LAR WR

5.2: Phillip Lindsay, DEN RB

5.3: Tevin Coleman, ATL RB

5.4: Allen Robinson, CHI WR

5.5: Kerryon Johnson, DET RB

5.6: Mark Ingram, BAL RB

5.7: Tyreek Hill, KC WR

5.8: Deshaun Watson, HOU QB

5.9: Tyler Boyd, CIN WR

5.10: Chris Godwin, TB WR

5.11: David Montgomery, CHI RB

5.12: Tyler Lockett, SEA WR


Thoughts: I think waiting at running back worked out, as David Montgomery should be the lead back for a Bears squad that will have mostly positive game scripts.


Round 6

6.1: Hunter Henry, LAC TE

6.2: Aaron Rodgers, GB QB

6.3: Derrius Guice, WAS RB

6.4: Robby Anderson, NYJ WR

6.5: Kenyan Drake, MIA RB

6.6: Sammy Watkins, KC WR

6.7: D.J. Moore, CAR WR

6.8: Calvin Ridley, ATL WR

6.9: Russell Wilson, SEA QB

6.10: Alshon Jeffery, PHI WR

6.11: Baker Mayfield, CLE QB

6.12: Lamar Miller, HOU RB


Thoughts: Ideally, I would wait on quarterback because there are so many, but pairing Aaron Rodgers with Davante Adams was too good a value to pass up. The two could easily connect for 15 scores this season.


Round 7

7.1: Marvin Jones, DET WR

7.2: Rashaad Penny, SEA RB

7.3: Cam Newton, CAR QB

7.4: Latavius Murray, NO RB

7.5: Kyler Murray, ARI QB

7.6: Drew Brees, NO QB

7.7: Mike Williams, LAC WR

7.8: James White, NE RB

7.9: Matt Ryan, ATL QB

7.10: Carson Wentz, PHI QB

7.11: Miles Sanders, PHI RB

7.12: Jameis Winston, TB QB


Thoughts: He will need to earn a role, but Miles Sanders might be the only back left on the board with three-down potential, so he’s a solid RB3, especially because Philly should score points in 2019.


Round 8

8.1: LeSean McCoy, BUF RB

8.2: Adrian Peterson, WAS RB

8.3: Jordan Howard, PHI RB

8.4: Dante Pettis, SF WR

8.5: Jarvis Landry, CLE WR

8.6: Will Fuller, HOU WR

8.7: Royce Freeman, DEN RB

8.8: Christian Kirk, ARI WR

8.9: Jerick McKinnon, SF RB

8.10: Geronimo Allison, GB WR

8.11: Corey Davis, TEN WR

8.12: Sterling Shepard, NYG WR


Thoughts: “All Day” was a pick in the first mock, and he continues to be undervalued in early drafts. The Redskins will be a run-first team no matter who is under center.


Round 9

9.1: Curtis Samuel, CAR WR

9.2: D’Onta Foreman, HOU RB

9.3: Golden Tate, NYG WR

9.4: Courtland Sutton, DEN WR

9.5: Keke Coutee, HOU WR

9.6: Ito Smith, ATL RB

9.7: N’Keal Harry, NE WR

9.8: Dede Westbrook, JAX WR

9.9: Albert Wilson, MIA WR

9.10: Darrell Henderson, LAR RB

9.11: Kenny Stills, MIA WR

9.12: Austin Ekeler, LAC RB


Thoughts: The Dolphins project to be playing from behind (and throwing) quite a bit this year, so Kenny Stills’ boom-or-bust game will have expanded opportunities to be the former.


Round 10

10.1: Ronald Jones II, TB RB

10.2: Larry Fitzgerald, ARI WR

10.3: DeSean Jackson, TB WR

10.4: Peyton Barber, TB RB

10.5: Anthony Miller, CHI WR

10.6: D.K. Metcalf, SEA WR

10.7: Michael Gallup, DAL WR

10.8: Matt Breida, SF RB

10.9: Kareem Hunt, CLE RB

10.10: Chris Thompson, WAS RB

10.11: Marquez Valdes-Scantling, GB WR

10.12: Justice Hill, BAL RB


Thoughts: I especially like the Kenny Stills pick since Larry Fitzgerald is still on the board, as the roster now has a ceiling guy and floor guy behind the dominant top three wideouts.


Round 11

11.1: Devin Funchess, IND WR

11.2: C.J. Anderson, DET RB

11.3: James Washington, PIT WR

11.4: Eric Ebron, IND TE

11.5: Mecole Hardman, KC WR

11.6: Carlos Hyde, KC RB

11.7: Emmanuel Sanders, DEN WR

11.8: Robert Foster, BUF WR

11.9: Ted Ginn, NO WR

11.10: Kenneth Dixon, BAL RB

11.11: Tyrell Williams, OAK WR

11.12: John Brown, BUF WR


Thoughts: Tyrell Williams was an option in each of the previous two rounds, so it’s great to see him still on the board here. The former Charger could be a threat for 800+ yards and five-to-eight scores in Oakland, which makes him a very good value.


Round 12

12.1: David Njoku, CLE TE

12.2: Dion Lewis, TEN RB

12.3: Jimmy Garoppolo, SF QB

12.4: Dak Prescott, DAL QB

12.5: DaeSean Hamilton, DEN WR

12.6: Parris Campbell, IND WR

12.7: Jared Goff, LAR QB

12.8: Lamar Jackson, BAL QB

12.9: Marquise Goodwin, SF WR

12.10: Ben Roethlisberger, PIT QB

12.11: Tre’Quan Smith, NO WR

12.12: Damien Harris, NE RB


Thoughts: In standard leagues, Dion Lewis will probably be a handcuff more than anything else, but you can’t go wrong targeting a talented player. Plus, who knows if the Titans will even stay true to their word about feeding Derrick Henry?


Round 13

13.1: Jamison Crowder, NYJ WR

13.2: Vance McDonald, PIT TE

13.3: Nyheim Hines, IND RB

13.4: Austin Hooper, ATL TE

13.5: Jaylen Samuels, PIT RB

13.6: Deebo Samuel, SF WR

13.7: Delanie Walker, TEN TE

13.8: Kyle Rudolph, MIN TE

13.9: Kalen Ballage, MIA RB

13.10: Chicago Bears, D/ST

13.11: Trey Burton, CHI TE

13.12: Philip Rivers, LAC QB


Thoughts: There are several options to consider at tight end, but I wanted to get another piece of the Chicago offense by targeting Trey Burton, as he and David Montgomery will hopefully account for a decent chunk of their touchdowns.


Round 14

14.1: Duke Johnson, CLE RB

14.2: Jamaal Williams, GB RB

14.3: Adam Humphries, TEN WR

14.4: Marqise Lee, JAX WR

14.5: Mike Davis, CHI RB

14.6: Devin Singletary, BUF RB

14.7: T.J. Hockenson, DET TE

14.8: Chris Herndon, NYJ TE

14.9: Zay Jones, BUF WR

14.10: Jordan Reed, WAS TE

14.11: Jack Doyle, IND TE

14.12: Ryquell Armstead, JAX RB


Thoughts: I’m the camp that believes Aaron Jones will be featured by the Packers, but Jamaal Williams has produced RB1 numbers when given the opportunity. Having Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams, and Williams would be potential fantasy gold if Jones misses time at some point.


Round 15

15.1: Baltimore Ravens, D/ST

15.2: Jacksonville Jaguars, D/ST

15.3: Los Angeles Rams, D/ST

15.4: Los Angeles Chargers, D/ST

15.5: Minnesota Vikings, D/ST

15.6: Houston Texans, D/ST

15.7: Denver Broncos, D/ST

15.8: Cleveland Browns, D/ST

15.9: New Orleans Saints, D/ST

15.10: Rex Burkhead, NE RB

15.11: New England Patriots, D/ST

15.12: Buffalo Bills, D/ST


Round 16

16.1: Greg Zuerlein, LAR K

16.2: Justin Tucker, BAL K

16.3: Harrison Butker, KC K

16.4: Stephen Gostkowski, NE K

16.5: Wil Lutz, NO K

16.6: Ka’imi Fairbairn, HOU K

16.7: Mason Crosby, GB K

16.8: Brett Maher, DAL K

16.9: Robbie Gould, SF K

16.10: Jake Elliott, PHI K

16.11: Matt Prater, DET K

16.12: Michael Badgley, LAC K


Final Roster

QB: Aaron Rodgers, GB

RB: Nick Chubb, CLE

RB: David Montgomery, CHI

WR: Davante Adams, GB

WR: Keenan Allen, LAC

TE: Trey Burton, CHI

FLEX: A.J. Green, CIN

D/ST: New England Patriots

K: Justin Tucker, BAL

BE: Miles Sanders, PHI RB

BE: Adrian Peterson, WAS RB

BE: Kenny Stills, MIA WR

BE: Larry Fitzgerald, ARI WR

BE: Tyrell Williams, OAK WR

BE: Dion Lewis, TEN RB

BE: Jamaal Williams, GB RB



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