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2019 Fantasy Football Mock Draft 3.0 (10-team, PPR)

Following up the 0.5 PPR mock and non-PPR mock, this week’s draft using the FantasyPros Draft Simulator is for a 10-team, PPR league.


The Picks


Round 1

1.1: Ezekiel Elliott, DAL RB

1.2: Saquon Barkley, NYG RB

1.3: Christian McCaffrey, CAR RB

1.4: Alvin Kamara, NO RB

1.5: Davante Adams, GB WR

1.6: Todd Gurley, LAR RB

1.7: DeAndre Hopkins, HOU WR

1.8: David Johnson, ARI RB

1.9: Melvin Gordon, LAC RB

1.10: Julio Jones, ATL WR


Thoughts: With Ezekiel Elliott and Saquon Barkley going first and second, respectively, I had a pretty easy decision to take Christian McCaffrey in a full-PPR league. That said, Alvin Kamara belongs squarely in the conversation, and it will come down to personal preference at the top of drafts.


Round 2

2.1: Michael Thomas, NO WR

2.2: Odell Beckham Jr., CLE WR

2.3: Joe Mixon, CIN RB

2.4: JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT WR

2.5: James Conner, PIT RB

2.6: Nick Chubb, CLE RB

2.7: Travis Kelce, KC TE

2.8: Le’Veon Bell, NYJ RB

2.9: George Kittle, SF TE

2.10: Dalvin Cook, MIN RB


Thoughts: Le’Veon Bell comes with risk after a year off, but he looks like the last elite running back option, and pairing he and McCaffrey could be fantasy gold. George Kittle was also an option to get arguably the best RB and TE.


Round 3

3.1: Antonio Brown, OAK WR

3.2: Damien Williams, KC RB

3.3: Zach Ertz, PHI TE

3.4: Josh Jacobs, OAK RB

3.5: Mike Evans, TB WR

3.6: Tyreek Hill, KC WR

3.7: Patrick Mahomes, KC QB

3.8: Aaron Jones, GB RB

3.9: Keenan Allen, LAC WR

3.10: T.Y. Hilton, IND WR


Thoughts: There was a strong group of receivers I could have targeted, but with Zach Ertz—especially in a PPR league—still on the board, the roster now has three top-end options to build around.


Round 4

4.1: Leonard Fournette, JAX RB

4.2: Amari Cooper, DAL WR

4.3: Adam Thielen, MIN WR

4.4: Devonta Freeman, ATL RB

4.5: Hunter Henry, LAC TE

4.6: Marlon Mack, IND RB

4.7: David Montgomery, CHI RB

4.8: A.J. Green, CIN WR

4.9: Kenyan Drake, MIA RB

4.10: Stefon Diggs, MIN WR


Thoughts: If A.J. Green stays healthy, he should be a solid WR1 despite the emergence of Tyler Boyd last season. The longtime Bengals star turns 31 at the end of the month, but his play style should allow for a couple more years of strong production.


Round 5

5.1: Robert Woods, LAR WR

5.2: Brandin Cooks, LAR WR

5.3: Julian Edelman, NE WR

5.4: Cooper Kupp, LAR WR

5.5: Eric Ebron, IND TE

5.6: Deshaun Watson, HOU QB

5.7: Derrick Henry, TEN RB

5.8: Jarvis Landry, CLE WR

5.9: Kerryon Johnson, DET RB

5.10: Andrew Luck, IND QB


Thoughts: I almost made it three Rams wideouts in a row, but even if New England relies on the run even more in 2019, Julian Edelman should be a high-floor WR2, while Cooper Kupp could be a little slow coming out of the gate off a torn ACL.


Round 6

6.1: Phillip Lindsay, DEN RB

6.2: O.J. Howard, TB TE

6.3: Baker Mayfield, CLE QB

6.4: Chris Godwin, TB WR

6.5: Alshon Jeffery, PHI WR

6.6: Mike Williams, LAC WR

6.7: D.K. Metcalf, SEA WR

6.8: Aaron Rodgers, GB QB

6.9: Russell Wilson, SEA QB

6.10: Evan Engram, NYG TE


Thoughts: I think you can certainly wait on quarterback this year, but Aaron Rodgers still being available caused me to pull the trigger for what’s looking like a very top-heavy squad. Also, it was very surprising to see D.K. Metcalf go this early in a PPR league, but you never what will happen in your real draft.


Round 7

7.1: Matt Ryan, ATL QB

7.2: Sammy Watkins, KC WR

7.3: Kenny Golladay, DET WR

7.4: Cam Newton, CAR QB

7.5: Drew Brees, NO QB

7.6: Allen Robinson, CHI WR

7.7: D.J. Moore, CAR WR

7.8: Mark Ingram, BAL RB

7.9: Carson Wentz, PHI QB

7.10: Dante Pettis, SF WR


Thoughts: There is a unexpected number of quality RB/WR still available here, but I went with Kenny Golladay’s weekly upside to pair with the floors of the rest of the roster.


Round 8

8.1: Tyler Lockett, SEA WR

8.2: Chris Carson, SEA RB

8.3: Calvin Ridley, ATL WR

8.4: Corey Davis, TEN WR

8.5: Sony Michel, NE RB

8.6: Tarik Cohen, CHI RB

8.7: N’Keal Harry, NE WR

8.8: James White, NE RB

8.9: Tyler Boyd, CIN WR

8.10: Derrius Guice, WAS RB


Thoughts: A couple young Patriots in Sony Michel and N’Keal Harry went off the board in Round 8, but I think James White is probably the best value after finishing as an RB1 last year. The combination of White and Edelman should bring plenty of fantasy points when New England is forced to throw.


Round 9

9.1: Robby Anderson, NYJ WR

9.2: Golden Tate, NYG WR

9.3: Sterling Shepard, NYG WR

9.4: Keke Coutee, HOU WR

9.5: Tevin Coleman, SF RB

9.6: Marvin Jones, DET WR

9.7: Jared Cook, NO TE

9.8: Christian Kirk, ARI WR

9.9: Lamar Miller, HOU RB

9.10: Jerick McKinnon, SF RB


Thoughts: The Giants paid Sterling Shepard to be their No. 1 receiver, so I’m getting a bargain for that here. Jared Cook would have been a good selection if I didn’t already have Zach Ertz.


Round 10

10.1: Will Fuller, HOU WR

10.2: Courtland Sutton, DEN WR

10.3: Rashaad Penny, SEA RB

10.4: Miles Sanders, PHI RB

10.5: Jordan Howard, PHI RB

10.6: Tyrell Williams, OAK WR

10.7: Darrell Henderson, LAR RB

10.8: Latavius Murray, NO RB

10.9: Jaylen Samuels, PIT RB

10.10: LeSean McCoy, BUF RB


Thoughts: Latavius Murray would have been a better pick in standard leagues, but he is an underrated option in the passing game and could be the goal-line back on a high-powered Saints offense.


Round 11

11.1: David Njoku, CLE TE

11.2: James Washington, PIT WR

11.3: Dede Westbrook, JAX WR

11.4: Mecole Hardman, KC WR

11.5: Dion Lewis, TEN RB

11.6: Anthony Miller, CHI WR

11.7: Royce Freeman, DEN RB

11.8: Larry Fitzgerald, ARI WR

11.9: Vance McDonald, PIT TE

11.10: Matt Breida, SF RB


Thoughts: Getting targets is key to scoring fantasy points in PPR leagues, and Dede Westbrook could be Jacksonville’s No. 1 receiver by default in 2019 due to the health of Marqise Lee. The roster now has five No. 1 options with Green, Edelman, Golladay, Shepard, and Westbrook.


Round 12

12.1: Curtis Samuel, CAR WR

12.2: Justice Hill, BAL RB

12.3: Austin Hooper, ATL TE

12.4: Trey Burton, CHI TE

12.5: Delanie Walker, TEN TE

12.6: Jack Doyle, IND TE

12.7: Jameis Winston, TB QB

12.8: Ronald Jones II, TB RB

12.9: Kyler Murray, ARI QB

12.10: Jimmy Garoppolo, SF QB


Thoughts: I think the team is set at running back, so Ronald Jones II is a high-upside lottery ticket with RB2 upside if he can reach his potential under Bruce Arians. Nyheim Hines was a safer option that I considered.


Round 13

13.1: DeSean Jackson, PHI WR

13.2: Nyheim Hines, IND RB

13.3: Jared Goff, LAR QB

13.4: Damien Harris, NE RB

13.5: Ben Roethlisberger, PIT QB

13.6: Elijah McGuire, NYJ RB

13.7: Ito Smith, ATL RB

13.8: Mark Andrews, BAL TE

13.9: Mitchell Trubisky, CHI QB

13.10: Chris Herndon, NYJ TE


Thoughts: I didn’t need a second quarterback behind Aaron Rodgers, but Jared Goff was the best value on the board and could be flipped in a trade (though it might be better to just keep him because the depth at the position).


Round 14

14.1: Austin Ekeler, LAC RB

14.2: Geronimo Allison, GB WR

14.3: Philip Rivers, LAC QB

14.4: Carlos Hyde, KC RB

14.5: Sam Darnold, NYJ QB

14.6: Adrian Peterson, WAS RB

14.7: Michael Gallup, DAL WR

14.8: Duke Johnson, CLE RB

14.9: Devin Funchess, IND WR

14.10: Kenneth Dixon, BAL RB


Thoughts: At worst, Duke Johnson will be a decent PPR option for the first half of the year until Kareem Hunt returns, and at best, he will get traded to become a bigger factor elsewhere.


Round 15

15.1: Chicago Bears, D/ST

15.2: Miami Dolphins, D/ST

15.3: Jacksonville Jaguars, D/ST

15.4: Minnesota Vikings, D/ST

15.5: Baltimore Ravens, D/ST

15.6: Los Angeles Chargers, D/ST

15.7: Houston Texans, D/ST

15.8: Los Angeles Rams, D/ST

15.9: Cleveland Browns, D/ST

15.10: New Orleans Saints


Round 16

16.1: Greg Zuerlein, LAR K

16.2: Justin Tucker, BAL K

16.3: Harrison Butker, KC K

16.4: Wil Lutz, NO K

16.5: Ka’imi Fairbairn, HOU K

16.6: Stephen Gostkowski, NE K

16.7: Brett Maher, DAL K

16.8: Mason Crosby, GB K

16.9: Greg Joseph, CLE K

16.10: Matt Prater, DET K


Team Roster

QB: Aaron Rodgers, GB

RB: Christian McCaffrey, CAR

RB: Le’Veon Bell, NYJ

WR: A.J. Green, CIN

WR: Julian Edelman, NE

TE: Zach Ertz, PHI

FLEX: Kenny Golladay, DET WR

D/ST: Jacksonville Jaguars

K: Mason Crosby, GB

BE: James White, NE RB

BE: Sterling Shepard, NYG WR

BE: Latavius Murray, NO RB

BE: Dede Westbrook, JAX WR

BE: Ronald Jones II, TB RB

BE: Jared Goff, LAR QB

BE: Duke Johnson, CLE RB



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