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2022 Fantasy Football Mock Draft 3.0: 10-Team, Standard

The format for this week’s draft (using the FantasyPros mock simulator) is a 10-team league with standard (non-PPR) scoring. The previous mocks can be viewed via the links below:


Mock 1.0: 12-team, 0.5 PPR

Mock 2.0: 10-team, Full PPR


Round 1

1.01. Jonathan Taylor, IND RB

1.02. Derrick Henry, TEN RB

1.03. Austin Ekeler, LAC RB

1.04. Dalvin Cook, MIN RB

1.05. Cooper Kupp, LAR WR

1.06. Christian McCaffrey, CAR RB

1.07. Najee Harris, PIT RB

1.08. Travis Kelce, KC TE

1.09. Joe Mixon, CIN RB

1.10. Aaron Jones, GB RB


Thoughts: First, Christian McCaffrey going outside the top five—even if a non-PPR league—is crazy value. For my pick, Harris should carry an RB1 floor with top-three upside as the centerpiece of Pittsburgh’s offense.


Round 2

2.01: Nick Chubb, CLE RB

2.02: D’Andre Swift, DET RB

2.03: Ja’Marr Chase, CIN WR

2.04: Justin Jefferson, MIN WR

2.05: Deebo Samuel, SF WR

2.06: Davante Adams, LV WR

2.07: Alvin Kamara, NO RB

2.08: Leonard Fournette, TB RB

2.09: Mark Andrews, BAL TE

2.10: Javonte Williams, DEN RB


Thoughts: Like McCaffrey last round, Jefferson lasting until the No. 14 overall pick is a surprise. You want to pick the best players no matter the format, though, so Jefferson—with a chance to finish as the overall WR1—is another strong value.


Round 3

3.01: Mike Evans, TB WR

3.02: Stefon Diggs, BUF WR

3.03: James Conner, ARI RB

3.04: Cam Akers, LAR RB

3.05: CeeDee Lamb, DAL WR

3.06: Tyreek Hill, MIA WR

3.07: Josh Allen, BUF QB

3.08: Kyle Pitts, ATL TE

3.09: Saquon Barkley, NYG RB

3.10: Breece Hall, NYJ RB


Thoughts: As stated, Najee Harris has top-three potential at running back, and Justin Jefferson should be ranked as a top-three option at wide receiver; my thinking here is that Allen is the top quarterback, and I was hoping Kyle Pitts would slip to my next pick to give me a top-three tight end (he went to the team with Travis Kelce, oddly enough).


Round 4

4.01: A.J. Brown, PHI WR

4.02: Tee Higgins, CIN WR

4.03: Mike Williams, LAC WR

4.04: Ezekiel Elliott, DAL RB

4.05: David Montgomery, CHI RB

4.06: George Kittle, SF TE

4.07: Terry McLaurin, WAS WR

4.08: Diontae Johnson, PIT WR

4.09: Keenan Allen, LAC WR

4.10: Josh Jacobs, LV RB


Thoughts: I nearly pulled the trigger on Elliott last round, and he has no business being available in Round 4—especially for standard formats. I’ll hopefully have two RB1 options in Najee and Zeke.


Round 5

5.01: Michael Pittman Jr., IND WR

5.02: Patrick Mahomes, KC QB

5.03: DK Metcalf, SEA WR

5.04: Courtland Sutton, DEN WR

5.05: Antonio Gibson, WAS RB

5.06: J.K. Dobbins, BAL RB

5.07: Jaylen Waddle, MIA WR

5.08: Travis Etienne, JAX RB

5.09: Marquise Brown, ARI WR

5.10: Darnell Mooney, CHI WR


Thoughts: Waddle will ideally get more downfield opportunities in 2022 with Tyreek Hill gathering some of the underneath targets/attention, and he’s an upside WR2.


Round 6

6.01: Justin Herbert, LAC QB

6.02: Darren Waller, LV TE

6.03: Elijah Mitchell, SF RB

6.04: Gabriel Davis, BUF WR

6.05: Lamar Jackson, BAL QB

6.06: Rashaad Penny, SEA RB

6.07: Kyler Murray, ARI QB

6.08: Dalton Schultz, DAL TE

6.09: D.J. Moore, CAR WR

6.10: Jalen Hurts, PHI QB


Thoughts: Darren Waller lasting a couple of more picks would have made this a perfect start, but I’m happy to stack Davis with Josh Allen. Fortunately, tight end looks fairly deep this year.


Round 7

7.01: Miles Sanders, PHI RB

7.02: AJ Dillon, GB RB

7.03: Joe Burrow, CIN QB

7.04: Amari Cooper, CLE WR

7.05: Tom Brady, TB QB

7.06: Brandin Cooks, HOU WR

7.07: Damien Harris, NE RB

7.08: Dak Prescott, DAL QB

7.09: Russell Wilson, DEN QB

7.10: Rashod Bateman, BAL WR


Thoughts: There are a handful of options I’d like that are still on the board, and Harris gets the nod as an excellent RB3. Over his final 11 games last season, Harris compiled 14 rushing touchdowns for the Patriots.


Round 8

8.01: Ken Walker III, SEA RB

8.02: Allen Robinson, LAR WR

8.03: Chase Edmonds, MIA RB

8.04: Chris Godwin, TB WR

8.05: Jerry Jeudy, DEN WR

8.06: Cordarrelle Patterson, ATL RB

8.07: Devin Singletary, BUF RB

8.08: Michael Thomas, NO WR

8.09: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, KC RB

8.10: Elijah Moore, NYJ WR


Thoughts: Even if it takes a few weeks for Godwin to make his debut coming off a torn ACL, Round 8 is a steal for a guy that consistently produces as a WR1 when on the field. We’ll see if the touchdown upside increases without Rob Gronkowsk (assuming he stays retired).


Round 9

9.01: Tyler Lockett, SEA WR

9.02: JuJu Smith-Schuster, KC WR

9.03: Treylon Burks, TEN WR

9.04: Kareem Hunt, CLE RB

9.05: Tony Pollard, DAL RB

9.06: Melvin Gordon, DEN RB

9.07: Dallas Goedert, PHI TE

9.08: Drake London, ATL WR

9.09: Garrett Wilson, NYJ WR

9.10: Allen Lazard, GB WR


Thoughts: I had planned on targeting a tight end a bit later, but Goedert is a great value at this point. He can be among the leaders in touchdowns at the position for a Philly offense that should open up the passing attack in 2022.


Round 10

10.01: James Cook, BUF RB

10.02: Rhamondre Stevenson, NE RB

10.03: Darrell Henderson, LAR RB

10.04: DeVonta Smith, PHI WR

10.05: Amon-Ra St. Brown, DET WR

10.06: Ronald Jones II, TB RB

10.07: DeAndre Hopkins, ARI WR

10.08: Raheem Mostert, MIA RB

10.09: Michael Carter, NYJ RB

10.10: Hunter Renfrow, LV WR


Thoughts: The standard format must really throw things off to be honest, as Smith is another home-run selection this late. There is no reason to be concerned about having a bunch of players with a Week 7 bye.


Round 11

11.01: Adam Thielen, MIN WR

11.02: Alexander Mattison, MIN RB

11.03: Brandon Aiyuk, SF WR

11.04: Robert Woods, LAR WR

11.05: James Robinson, JAX RB

11.06: Chase Claypool, PIT WR

11.07: Russell Gage, TB WR

11.08: Isaiah Spiller, LAC RB

11.09: Skyy Moore, KC WR

11.10: Dameon Pierce, HOU RB


Thoughts: Gage is strong early-season insurance for Chris Godwin, and he should also carry FLEX value when everyone is healthy as a clear starter for Tampa Bay. The running backs are drying up some, but you should be going for best player available in redraft leagues because you can also use the waiver wire and/or trade market.


Round 12

12.01: Christian Kirk, JAX WR

12.02: Trey Lance, SF QB

12.03: Kadarius Toney, NYG WR

12.04: Gus Edwards, BAL RB

12.05: Michael Gallup, DAL WR

12.06: Matthew Stafford, LAR QB

12.07: Chris Olave, NO WR

12.08: Aaron Rodgers, GB QB

12.09: Marquez Valdes-Scantling, KC WR

12.10: Sony Michel, MIA RB


Thoughts: Edwards gets a boost in standard leagues and should be a capable fill-in FLEX option. Also, there seems to be some concern about how far along J.K. Dobbins is in his recovery from a torn ACL (though the same could be said about Edwards).


Round 13

13.01: T.J. Hockenson, DET TE

13.02: Kirk Cousins, MIN QB

13.03: Nyheim Hines, IND RB

13.04: Dawson Knox, BUF TE

13.05: Jamaal Williams, DET RB

13.06: Zach Ertz, ARI TE

13.07: Derek Carr, LV QB

13.08: Tyrion Davis-Price, SF RB

13.09: Rachaad White, TB RB

13.10: Hunter Henry, NE RB


Thoughts: A second quarterback certainly wasn’t necessary with Josh Allen, but Carr is a QB1 option that I will hopefully be able to flip—or at least keep away from other teams.


Round 14

14.01: Cole Kmet, CHI TE

14.02: Darrel Williams, ARI RB

14.03: Justin Fields, CHI QB

14.04: Kenny Golladay, NYG WR

14.05: Kenneth Gainwell, PHI RB

14.06: Robert Tonyan, GB TE

14.07: Marlon Mack, HOU RB

14.08: J.D. McKissic, WAS RB

14.09: Khalil Herbert, CHI RB

14.10: Tyler Allgeier, ATL RB


Thoughts: One of the tight ends that somehow might go undrafted (Mike Gesicki and Pat Freiermuth) were also considered, but I went with Golladay—who should be primed for a bounce-back campaign in Brian Daboll’s offense.


Round 15

15.01: Bills, BUF D/ST

15.02: Buccaneers, TB D/ST

15.03: 49ers, SF D/ST

15.04: Patriots, NE D/ST

15.05: Colts, IND D/ST

15.06: Justin Tucker, BAL K

15.07: Broncos, DEN D/ST

15.08: Chargers, LAC D/ST

15.09: Saints, NO D/ST

15.10: Chiefs, KC D/ST


Round 16

16.01: Younghoe Koo, ATL K

16.02: Daniel Carlson, LV K

16.03: Greg Zuerlein, NYJ K

16.04: Tyler Bass, BUF K

16.05: Rams, LAR D/ST

16.06: Matt Gay, LAR K

16.07: Evan McPherson, CIN K

16.08: Ryan Succop, TB K

16.09: Matt Prater, ARI K

16.10: Jason Sanders, MIA K


Final Roster

QB: Josh Allen, BUF

RB: Najee Harris, PIT

RB: Ezekiel Elliott, DAL

WR: Justin Jefferson, MIN

WR: Jaylen Waddle, MIA

TE: Dallas Goedert, PHI

FLEX: Gabriel Davis, BUF WR

D/ST: Denver Broncos

K: Tyler Bass, BUF

BE: Damien Harris, NE RB

BE: Chris Godwin, TB WR

BE: DeVonta Smith, PHI WR

BE: Russell Gage, TB WR

BE: Gus Edwards, BAL RB

BE: Derek Carr, LV QB

BE: Kenny Golladay, NYG WR