2014 Fantasy Football Mock Draft

With regards to dream football drafts, I’m constantly entertained when individuals begin creating mock drafts well ahead of Work Day weekend. There are such a large number of questions because of wounds, position fights and ineptitude to make them beneficial. I assume on the off chance that you are in an association that commands that you draft a long time before the season begins, it seems OK yet, even that makes me laugh out loud. On the off chance that it is an association for the sake of entertainment, go off the deep end. Be that as it may, the vast majority of us have a vested monetary interest in how our group does and I certain as damnation don’t need any of my top picks missing time because of non-customary season injury or off-the-field issue. It is really fascinating to see the change in normal draft position in the weeks paving the way to the season. Players like Steven Ridley and Cam Newton have cratered and players like James White and Emmanuel Sanders have shot up.


Mock drafts can change incredibly contingent upon the scoring framework, particularly while utilizing Focuses Per Gathering, and whether the association is a redraft association or a tradition association. For our motivations, this is a เว็บบอล dream football association scoring framework for a redraft association.


This expects a beginning program of 1 QB, 2 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 TE, 1 K and 1 D/ST. Focuses would be granted for the accompanying activities:


Passing: 1 point for each 25 yards, 4 focuses for every Score, and – 2 for every Block attempt

Hurrying: 1 point for each 10 yards, 6 focuses for every Score, and – 2 for each bumble lost

Getting: 1 point for each 10 yards, 6 focuses for every Score

Kicking: 3 focuses for each Field Objective made and 1 point for each fruitful Additional Point

Protection: 2 focuses for each bobble recuperated, 2 focuses for every capture, 1 point for each sack, 2 focuses for a shutout and 2 focuses for a security

Cycle 1


1 Jamaal Charles, KC


2 LeSean McCoy, PHI


3 Adrian Peterson, MIN


4 Eddie Elegant, GB


5 Matt Specialty, CHI


6 Jimmy Graham, NO


7 Marshawn Lynch, Ocean


8 Calvin Johnson, DET


9 Demaryius Thomas, Cave


10 Montee Ball, Cave


11 A.J. Green, CIN


12 Peyton Monitoring, Cave


Assessment: Having one of the main 5 picks is simple since you could present a defense for any of those running backs. From that point onward, it is a piece questionable as there is extraordinary profundity at tight end and quarterback this year. It is good to ponder a group with Jimmy Graham or Peyton Monitoring on it, however I would favor a running back to get my group going and work around.


Cycle 2


13 DeMarco Murray, DAL


14 Brandon Marshall, CHI


15 Dez Bryant, DAL


16 Andre Ellington, ARI


17 Zac Stacy, STL


18 Drew Brees, NO


19 Giovani Bernard, CIN


20 Alshon Jeffery, CHI


21 Doug Martin, TB


22 Le’Veon Ringer, PIT


23 Aaron Rodgers, GB


24 Ryan Mathews, SD


Assessment: Choice time in cycle 2. Would it be a good idea for you to go conventional and get a subsequent RB or is it best to get one great RB and one great WR? I feel that there is extraordinary profundity at WR this year and suggest that you get 2 strong RBs.


Cycle 3


25 Julio Jones, ATL


26 Jordy Nelson, GB


27 Antonio Brown, PIT


28 Randall Cobb, GB


29 Alfred Morris, WAS


30 Arian Encourage, HOU


31 Julius Thomas, Lair


32 Andrew Karma, IND


33 Rashad Jennings, NYG


34 Toby Gerhart, JAC


35 Victor Cruz, NYG


36 Reggie Bramble, DET


Assessment: On the off chance that you snatched two RBs as of now, you certainly need to get a WR in cycle 3. Assuming you split them, I suggest snatching that subsequent RB. In the event that you got Peyton, Brees or Rodgers, you really want to adjust your group in this round as the levels tumble off from here.


Cycle 4


37 Vincent Jackson, TB


38 Burglarize Gronkowski, NE


39 Andre Johnson, HOU


40 Matthew Stafford, DET


41 Keenan Allen, SD


42 Honest Butchery, SF


43 DeSean Jackson, WAS


44 Michael Floyd, ARI


45 Pierre Garcon, WAS


46 Roddy White, ATL


47 Chris Johnson, NYJ


48 T.Y. Hilton, IND


Assessment: Questions have large amounts of cycle 4 because of immediate or roundabout medical problems. Stafford ought to have a major year, yet I truly like Kennan Allen at this spot.


Cycle 5


49 Larry Fitzgerald, ARI


50 Ben Tate, CLE


51 Torrey Smith, BAL


52 Steven Jackson, ATL


53 C.J. Spiller, BUF


54 Jordan Cameron, CLE


55 Cordarrelle Patterson, MIN


56 Reggie Wayne, IND


57 Fred Jackson, BUF


58 Shane Vereen, NE


59 Marques Colston, NO


60 Percy Harvin, Ocean


Assessment: On the off chance that you thought cycle 4 was extreme, cycle 5 is considerably more troublesome. There are a modest bunch of players with exceptionally high potential gain here, like Cordarrelle and C.J., however I like Cameron a lot since Cleveland has the most terrible WRs at any point arranged in proficient football.


Cycle 6


61 Julian Edelman, NE


62 Jeremy Maclin, PHI


63 Eric Decker, NYJ


64 Colin Kaepernick, SF


65 Vernon Davis, SF


66 Wes Welker, Cave


67 Emmanuel Sanders, Cave


68 Trent Richardson, IND


69 Tom Brady, NE


70 Joique Ringer, DET


71 Brilliant Tate, DET


72 Cleric Sankey, TEN


Assessment: Tom Brady in cycle 6? It has been quite a while since we have seen anything looking like this. I actually figure I would pass and get Ryan, Streams or Cutler in one of the following 3 rounds. I like Sanders on the off chance that I need a WR here or Chime assuming that I need a RB. He had extraordinary numbers last year, even in a split job. That job ought to proceed with this year with him getting the red zone work. Furthermore, Reggie isn’t Mr. Sturdiness.


Cycle 7


73 Matt Ryan, ATL


74 Jason Witten, DAL


75 Mike Wallace, MIA


76 Kendall Wright, TEN


77 Terrance Williams, DAL


78 Michael Crabtree, SF


79 Beam Rice, BAL


80 Maurice Jones-Drew, OAK


81 Knowshon Moreno, MIA


82 Riley Cooper, PHI


83 Darren McFadden, OAK


84 Scratch Foles, PHI


Assessment: There is a ton of significant worth in this round. I like Mike Wallace to have a strong year with Tannehill developing into his situation. Matty Ice has his weapons back. Moreno ought to expect the #1 RB spot inside half a month. Cooper, Williams and Wright will all have strong numbers. Partake in this round as it will not be this simple for a couple of rounds.


Cycle 8


85 Sammy Watkins, BUF


86 Russell Wilson, Ocean


87 Stevan Ridley, NE


88 Pierre Thomas, NO


89 Tony Romo, DAL


90 Lamar Mill operator, MIA


91 Cam Newton, Vehicle


92 Brandin Cooks, NO


93 Cecil Shorts, JAC


94 Philip Waterways, SD


95 Dwayne Bowe, KC


96 Terrance West, CLE


Assessment: Heaps of sketchy picks here. In the event that you really want a QB, Streams is a must-pick now. I trust Cooks and West as tenderfoots more than Watkins however I would let Cam and Ridley be here. Bowe could be a worth pick here since KC has no collectors past him.


Cycle 9


97 Dennis Pitta, BAL


98 Carlos Hyde, SF


99 DeAndre Hopkins, HOU


100 Kyle Rudolph, MIN


101 Jay Cutler, CHI


102 Robert Griffin III, WAS


103 Shonn Greene, TEN


104 Bernard Puncture, BAL


105 Kelvin Benjamin, Vehicle


106 Greg Olsen, Vehicle


107 Darren Sproles, PHI


108 Anquan Boldin, SF


Assessment: This round is a combination of good and terrible. The roof on Cutler is out of this world this season however the danger of injury is generally high as can be with him. Kyle Rudolph ought to be a strong pick presently as is Olsen. Loads of potential gain with Benjamin, Pitta and Hopkins.


Cycle 10


109 Jordan Reed, WAS


110 Jeremy Slope, CIN


111 DeAngelo Williams, Vehicle


112 Danny Woodhead, SD


113 Hakeem Scratches, IND


114 Justin Tracker, TEN


115 James White, NE


116 Martellus Bennett, CHI


117 Imprint Ingram, NO


118 Danny Amendola, NE


119 James Jones, OAK


120 Jonathan Stewart, Vehicle


Assessment: I have been tricked by Stewart, Amendola and Scratches to the point of remaining ceaselessly in all of my dream football associations. There is a ton of significant worth in Tracker, White, Jones and Ingram in this round. Slope ought to see a decent parted of activity with Bernard as will Reed and Bennett in groups with loads of different choices.


Cycle 11


121 Greg Jennings, MIN


122 Christine Michael, Ocean


123 Marqise Lee, JAC


124 Ben Roethlisberger, PIT


125 Zach Ertz, PHI


126 Tre Bricklayer, STL


127 Jordan Matthews, PHI


128 Mike Evans, TB


129 Markus Wheaton, PIT


130 Donald Brown, SD


131 LeGarrette Blount, PIT


132 Steve Smith, BAL


Assessment: Right when you would hope to be hauling the lowest possible quality, you will track down bliss in a ton of WR choices here. This round typifies why I focused on a sudden spike in demand for RBs early. Lee and Matthews could turn out to be the essential getting choices in their particular groups. Wheaton, Smith and Evans may likewise set up huge numbers as should Ertz at the TE position.


Cycle 12


133 Devonta Freeman, ATL


134 Ladarius Green, SD


135 Andy Dalton, CIN


136 Andre Williams, NYG


137 James Starks, GB


138 Knile Davis, KC


139 Khiry Robinson, NO


140 Rueben Randle, NYG


141 C.J. Anderson, Nook


142 Carson Palmer, ARI


143 Tavon Austin, STL


144 Seattle Seahawks D/ST


Assessment: Hi Binds! It is consistently smart to back up your studs RBs in the event that they have capable reinforcements. That is most of this round. There is generally one group that views themselves as shrewd by picking the top protection before the inescapable late run. I guess I can uphold that over a reinforcement QB.


Cycle 13


145 Brandon LaFell, NE


146 Josh McCown, TB


147 Ronnie Hillman, Nook


148 Doug Baldwin, Ocean


149 Joe Flacco, BAL


150 Jerricho Cotchery, Vehicle


151 Charles Earth, MIA


152 Kenny Stills, NO


153 Mike James, TB


154 Mike Williams, BUF


164 San Francisco 49ers D/ST


155 Ahmad Bradshaw, IND


156 Ryan Tannehill, MIA


Assessment: As referenced in Cycle 11, you can track down strong getting choices in these late adjusts. The Loyalists have no set number 1 WR and LaFell could undoubtedly expect that job. Carolina is beginning new at WR and Cotchery has the most position. Seattle showed that they trust in Baldwin by giving him an agreement to procure and Stills showed respectable compatibility with Brees last season, however you can’t anticipate predictable creation from him.


Cycle 14


157 Brian Hartline, MIA


158 Mohamed Sanu, CIN


159 Andrew Hawkins, CLE


160 Kenbrell Thompkins, NE


161 Carolina Pumas D/ST


162 Denver Mustangs D/ST


163 Spear Dunbar, DAL


165 Antonio Doors, SD


166 Dwayne Allen, IND


167 Robert Woods, BUF


168 Michael Vick, NYJ


Assessment: Worst of the worst, we find ye here. Hartline, Thompkins and Hawkins are certainly worth a flier here on the off chance that you have space for an extra WR. Other than that get a reinforcement or contemplate dunking into the pool of safeguards.

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