2014 Fantasy Football IDP Mock Draft

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Athlon editors and contributors make their picks in a 20-round, IDP fantasy draft

2014 Fantasy Football IDP Mock Draft

NFL training camps don't open until later this month, but it's never too early to look ahead to the upcoming season of fantasy football. Twelve Athlon editors and fantasy contributors did just that in early May.

 

Keep in mind that since this was done more than a month ago, that the picks reflect rosters and teams as they stood then. For example, even though he was not drafted, Atlanta linebacker Sean Weatherspoon (ruptured Achilles) was healthy when this mock draft took place.

 

Below is a complete breakdown of the 12-team, 20-round IDP mock draft we conducted, along with some analysis of my own. This mock draft also can be found in this year's Fantasy Football Magazine, which also features 419 in-depth player reports including projected stats, a 280-player big board and team-by-team analysis from NFL beat writers. Other content in this year's edition includes a "Who's No. 1?" and Johnny Manziel-centric debate, along with the introduction of a new advanced statistic, Opportunity-adjusted Touchdowns (OTD), courtesy of Pro Football Focus' Mike Clay, who also participated in this mock draft. And if that's not enough, there's also a rundown of potential breakout candidates, injury concerns and fantasy busts from 2013 who may or may not bounce back in '14. 

 

12-team, 20-round serpentine-style mock draft based on Athlon Sports standard scoring (see below):

Starting lineup: 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 Flex (RB/WR), 1 K, 1 DEF/ST, 1 DL, 1 LB, 1 DB, 1 Flex IDP (DL/LB/DB), 6 bench spots

 

Round 1
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafterAffiliation
11Jamaal CharlesRBKCDavid GonosSI.com/FantasySports.about.com
22Adrian PetersonRBMINBrandon FunstonYahoo! Sports
33LeSean McCoyRBPHIJamey EisenbergCBSSports.com
44Matt ForteRBCHIMatt SchaufDraftSharks.com
55Marshawn LynchRBSEANathan RushAthlon Sports
66Eddie LacyRBGBMark RossAthlon Sports
77Calvin JohnsonWRDETCorby YarbroughAthlon Sports
88Doug MartinRBTBSteven LassanAthlon Sports
99DeMarco MurrayRBDALEric MackBleacher Report
1010Peyton ManningQBDENBraden GallAthlon Sports
1111Demaryius ThomasWRDENJohn HansenFantasyGuru.com
1212Jimmy GrahamTENOMike ClayPro Football Focus

Round 1 Analysis: No real surprises here. If I was picking second, I would have gone LeSean McCoy over Adrian Peterson, but that’s just a matter of preference (think McCoy’s upside as a pass-catcher puts him ahead of Peterson). I thought about taking Megatron with the sixth pick, but figured Lacy would be the safer choice as I consider him a true workhorse RB, provided he stays healthy. I also have no issue with Braden being the only one to take a QB, although I certainly didn’t think at the time we wouldn’t see another come off of the board until Round 5.

 

Round 2     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
113Dez BryantWRDALMike Clay
214Le'Veon BellRBPITJohn Hansen
315Zac StacyRBSTLBraden Gall
416Alfred MorrisRBWASEric Mack
517Giovani BernardRBCINSteven Lassan
618A.J. GreenWRCINCorby Yarbrough
719Julio JonesWRATLMark Ross
820Brandon MarshallWRCHINathan Rush
921Jordy NelsonWRGBMatt Schauf
1022Montee BallRBDENJamey Eisenberg
1123Alshon JefferyWRCHIBrandon Funston
1224Arian FosterRBHOUDavid Gonos

Round 2 Analysis: I prefer Giovani Bernard and Montee Ball over Zac Stacy and Alfred Morris, but the real wild card at RB in this round is Arian Foster. Everyone knows what Foster is capable of, when healthy, but he’s coming off of back surgery and will now operate in a different offense under new Texans head coach Bill O’Brien. Combine those factors with the uncertainty at quarterback and it wouldn’t surprise me if Foster continued to slip in the rankings in the coming months.

 

Round 3     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
125Antonio BrownWRPITDavid Gonos
226Randall CobbWRGBBrandon Funston
327Larry FitzgeraldWRARIJamey Eisenberg
428C.J. SpillerRBBUFMatt Schauf
529Chris JohnsonRBNYJNathan Rush
630Keenan AllenWRSDMark Ross
731Rob GronkowskiTENECorby Yarbrough
832Andre JohnsonWRHOUSteven Lassan
933Pierre GarconWRWASEric Mack
1034Reggie BushRBDETBraden Gall
1135Shane VereenRBNEJohn Hansen
1236Andre EllingtonRBARIMike Clay

Round 3 Analysis: The RBs and WRs continue to fly off the board with Rob Gronkowski the only outlier. As tantalizing and tempting a fantasy asset Gronk may be, I most likely won’t end up with him on any of my teams this season. Fourteen missed games over the last two seasons and the severity of his injuries are hard for me to overlook, especially when it comes to using a high draft pick on a TE not named Jimmy Graham. I’m also not expecting big things from Chris Johnson in a Jets uniform. For starters, he’s no lock for an RB1-worthy workload.

 

Round 4     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
137Vincent JacksonWRTBMike Clay
238Julius ThomasTEDENJohn Hansen
339Vernon DavisTESFBraden Gall
440Victor CruzWRNYGEric Mack
541Roddy WhiteWRATLSteven Lassan
642Ryan MathewsRBSDCorby Yarbrough
743Percy HarvinWRSEAMark Ross
844Wes WelkerWRDENNathan Rush
945Joique BellRBDETMatt Schauf
1046Bishop SankeyRBTENJamey Eisenberg
1147Cordarrelle PattersonWRMINBrandon Funston
1248Michael CrabtreeWRSFDavid Gonos

Round 4 Analysis: Four rounds in and Corby finally takes a RB. He could certainly do worse than Ryan Mathews as his RB1, but I would encourage other fantasy GMs to think twice before employing a similar strategy. The top five RBs last season averaged 293.6 fantasy points (Athlon scoring). For nos. 5-10 that average plummets to 221.3. Mathews finished as the No. 12 fantasy RB in 2013 with 197.4 fantasy points. That said, Mathews is certainly safer than Bishop Sankey, who was the first rookie at any position to be taken. Sankey appears to have a great opportunity in Tennessee, but it’s not like highly touted rookies haven’t panned out before, right? Remember Tavon Austin or even Montee Ball last season?

 

Round 5     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
149Aaron RodgersQBGBDavid Gonos
250Rashad JenningsRBNYGBrandon Funston
351Julian EdelmanWRNEJamey Eisenberg
452Michael FloydWRARIMatt Schauf
553Frank GoreRBSFNathan Rush
654Drew BreesQBNOMark Ross
755Ray RiceRBBALCorby Yarbrough
856Ben TateRBCLESteven Lassan
957Andrew LuckQBINDEric Mack
1058T.Y. HiltonWRINDBraden Gall
1159Jeremy MaclinWRPHIJohn Hansen
1260DeSean JacksonWRWASMike Clay

Round 5 Analysis: Forty-nine picks in and we finally have a second quarterback taken! Credit to David for pouncing on Aaron Rodgers with the first pick here. I jumped next with Drew Brees, but Eric was the only other to follow suit (Andrew Luck). Has the general perception on QB value changed? Perhaps, but I still think there’s a clear distinction between the elite and next tier. Although Peyton Manning lapped the field with his record-breaking season, Brees still posted 435.7 fantasy points, which was 81.6 points more than the No. 3 scorer (Andy Dalton). And while 14 QBs averaged 20 or more fantasy points per game, only 10 of those played more than 13 games. Not saying you can’t wait on a QB, just don’t wait too long especially if Rodgers or Brees is still out there.

 

Round 6     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
161Steven JacksonRBATLMike Clay
262Trent RichardsonRBINDJohn Hansen
363Torrey SmithWRBALBraden Gall
464Josh GordonWRCLEEric Mack
565Kendall WrightWRTENSteven Lassan
666Matthew StaffordQBDETCorby Yarbrough
767Knowshon MorenoRBMIAMark Ross
868Cam NewtonQBCARNathan Rush
969Terrance WilliamsWRDALMatt Schauf
1070Golden TateWRDETJamey Eisenberg
1171Toby GerhartRBJACBrandon Funston
1272Maurice Jones-DrewRBOAKDavid Gonos

Round 6 Analysis: A couple of more QBs go, but the proceedings continue to be dominated by RBs and WRs. RBs in particular have really thinned out by this point. I know Knowshon Moreno isn’t in Denver any more, but it’s not like he’s joining a crowded backfield in Miami and the Dolphins invested heavily in overhauling their offensive line. I’m also curious to see what Toby Gerhart does in Jacksonville with his first opportunity to be the top ball-carrier. Probably goes without saying, but Josh Gordon’s draft value will be tied directly to how many games he gets suspended. I for one will be very surprised if it’s no fewer than eight. After that it’s simply a matter of risk tolerance. Depending on how you used your previous picks, I have no issue with someone taking a chance on half a season of Gordon in Round 6.

 

Round 7     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
173Jason WittenTEDALDavid Gonos
274Jordan CameronTECLEBrandon Funston
375Stevan RidleyRBNEJamey Eisenberg
476Robert Griffin IIIQBWASMatt Schauf
577Sammy WatkinsWRBUFNathan Rush
678Darren SprolesRBPHIMark Ross
779Emmanuel SandersWRDENCorby Yarbrough
880DeAngelo WilliamsRBCARSteven Lassan
981Eric DeckerWRNYJEric Mack
1082Carlos HydeRBSFBraden Gall
1183Pierre ThomasRBNOJohn Hansen
1284Marques ColstonWRNOMike Clay

Round 7 Analysis: Two more rookies get their names called in this round. Sammy Watkins looks a lot like this year’s Tavon Austin – a dynamic, all-purpose threat who is expected to become a focal point of the offense right away. However, as has already been mentioned, that didn’t happen with Austin in 2013. Whether history will repeat itself with Watkins remains to be seen, but it wouldn’t surprise me one bit to see his draft value fluctuate dramatically as we get closer to the start of the season. I am more bullish on Watkins as a rookie than Carlos Hyde. Frank Gore’s age and wear and tear notwithstanding, San Francisco doesn’t lack for options in its backfield. Don’t completely ignore Hyde, but don’t forget about Kendall Hunter, LaMichael James or even Marcus Lattimore either.

 

Round 8     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
185Darren McFaddenRBOAKMike Clay
286Colin KaepernickQBSFJohn Hansen
387Brandin CooksWRNOBraden Gall
488Mike WallaceWRMIAEric Mack
589Reggie WayneWRINDSteven Lassan
690Mike EvansWRTBCorby Yarbrough
791Tavon AustinWRSTLMark Ross
892Anquan BoldinWRSFNathan Rush
993J.J. WattDLHOUMatt Schauf
1094Matt RyanQBATLJamey Eisenberg
1195Robert QuinnDLSTLBrandon Funston
1296Danny WoodheadRBSDDavid Gonos

Round 8 Analysis: The QBs continue to trickle out, but we also see the first IDPs taken. Not surprised that J.J. Watt and Robert Quinn are first two to go, but it’s usually pretty difficult for any IDP, but especially a DL, to perform well enough to justify such a lofty draft status. Just be willing to accept potentially less ROI should you consider being one of the first to pull the trigger. Also, count me in the camp that thinks Brandin Cooks could end up with the best fantasy numbers of any rookie wide receiver this season. The Biletnikoff winner appears to be an ideal fit for Drew Brees and the Saints’ passing attack.

 

Round 9     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
197Luke KuechlyLBCARDavid Gonos
298Cecil ShortsWRJACBrandon Funston
399Dennis PittaTEBALJamey Eisenberg
4100Greg OlsenTECARMatt Schauf
5101Antonio GatesTESDNathan Rush
6102Jordan ReedTEWASMark Ross
7103Chandler JonesDLNECorby Yarbrough
8104Kyle RudolphTEMINSteven Lassan
9105Lavonte DavidLBTBEric Mack
10106Khiry RobinsonRBNOBraden Gall
11107Kenny StillsWRNOJohn Hansen
12108Dwayne BoweWRKCMike Clay

Round 9 Analysis: Luke Kuechly is the first LB to be drafted, which makes sense considering the Panthers’ tackling machine is the reigning Defensive Player of the Year. However, similar to Patrick Willis, reputation and accolades don’t necessarily translate to fantasy success. Kuechly’s production is driven primarily by his tackle totals, but that I mean he’s not a lock to generate other plays (sacks, forced fumbles, INTs, etc.). This is just another factor to keep in mind when you put together your draft board. I also really like Saints RB Khiry Robinson as a sleeper this year, as the opportunity is certainly there with Darren Sproles now in Philadelphia.

 

Round 10     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1109Nick FolesQBPHIMike Clay
2110Marvin JonesWRCINJohn Hansen
3111SeattleDSTSEABraden Gall
4112Tre MasonRBSTLEric Mack
5113Vontaze BurfictLBCINSteven Lassan
6114Jeremy HillRBCINCorby Yarbrough
7115Kiko AlonsoLBBUFMark Ross
8116Tom BradyQBNENathan Rush
9117Fred JacksonRBBUFMatt Schauf
10118Greg HardyDLCARJamey Eisenberg
11119Russell WilsonQBSEABrandon Funston
12120DeAndre HopkinsWRHOUDavid Gonos

Round 10 Analysis: Raise your hand if you pegged Tom Brady for a 10th-round pick. Yeah me neither. Tom Terrific’s numbers have certainly gone in the wrong direction, but track record has to count for something right? Well it’s just a matter of if you think the Patriots’ offense can get back to its past levels of success. Considering the only help Brady got in free agency was the addition of former Carolina WR Brandon LaFell and the uncertainty surrounding Rob Gronkowski, the concerns of this occurring are well warranted. At the least, I would definitely lean Russell Wilson over Brady if both were still on the board. And while hindsight is certainly 20/20, I have some drafter’s remorse over making Kiko Alonso my first IDP taken. While I like Alonso just fine, I think I became smitten too much with his numbers and probably would have been better off taking someone more established like a Paul Poslusnzy or Karlos Dansby instead.

 

Round 11     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1121Jason Pierre-PaulDLNYGDavid Gonos
2122Bobby WagnerLBSEABrandon Funston
3123Devonta FreemanRBATLJamey Eisenberg
4124Paul PoslusznyLBJACMatt Schauf
5125Patrick PetersonDBARINathan Rush
6126Alec OgletreeLBSTLMark Ross
7127Hakeem NicksWRINDCorby Yarbrough
8128Tony RomoQBDALSteven Lassan
9129Terrance WestRBCLEEric Mack
10130Jordan MatthewsWRPHIBraden Gall
11131Karlos DansbyLBCLEJohn Hansen
12132Derrick JohnsonLBKCMike Clay

Round 11 Analysis: IDPs really coming into focus by this point, including the first DB off the board in Patrick Peterson. While I would not have made the same decision as Nathan, there’s no disputing Peterson’s talent, ability and upside. However, Peterson is a little too reliant on the big plays (turnovers in particular) for my tastes. I prefer a little more consistency when it comes to tackle numbers and across the board production. Also credit to Steven Lassan who was the last one to take a QB and still ended up with Tony Romo. Questions about his back aside, there’s nothing wrong with landing a potential top-10 QB in the 11th round. 

 

Round 12     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1133Riley CooperWRPHIMike Clay
2134Justin HunterWRTENJohn Hansen
3135Cameron JordanDLNOBraden Gall
4136Earl ThomasDBSEAEric Mack
5137Jay CutlerQBCHISteven Lassan
6138DeMeco RyansLBPHICorby Yarbrough
7139Philip RiversQBSDMark Ross
8140Patrick WillisLBSFNathan Rush
9141Kelvin BenjaminWRCARMatt Schauf
10142Brian CushingLBHOUJamey Eisenberg
11143Eric BerryDBKCBrandon Funston
12144Markus WheatonWRPITDavid Gonos

Round 12 Analysis: Steven backs up his Tony Romo selection with Jay Cutler, another solid move, and I follow suit by taking Philip Rivers as my Drew Brees insurance. As important as RB and WR depth can be, if something happens to your No. 1 QB and you don’t have an adequate Plan B, your fantasy season could be ruined right then and there. Aaron Rodgers owners last season can certainly relate to this strategy.

 

Round 13     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1145San FranciscoDSTSFDavid Gonos
2146Ladarius GreenTESDBrandon Funston
3147Odell Beckham Jr.WRNYGJamey Eisenberg
4148Danny AmendolaWRNEMatt Schauf
5149Martellus BennettTECHINathan Rush
6150Eric EbronTEDETMark Ross
7151Lamar MillerRBMIACorby Yarbrough
8152Muhammad WilkersonDLNYJSteven Lassan
9153Coby FleenerTEINDEric Mack
10154Mark IngramRBNOBraden Gall
11155Harrison SmithDBMINJohn Hansen
12156James LaurinaitisLBSTLMike Clay
Round 14     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1157Cameron WakeDLMIAMike Clay
2158Rob NinkovichDLNEJohn Hansen
3159Eric ReidDBSFBraden Gall
4160Mario WilliamsDLBUFEric Mack
5161T.J. WardDBDENSteven Lassan
6162Christine MichaelRBSEACorby Yarbrough
7163Eric WeddleDBSDMark Ross
8164Bernard PierceRBBALNathan Rush
9165Dexter McClusterWRTENMatt Schauf
10166DeMarcus WareDLDENJamey Eisenberg
11167Andre BrownRBHOUBrandon Funston
12168David WilsonRBNYGDavid Gonos

Rounds 13 and 14 Analysis: Nearly half of the picks in these two rounds are used on IDPs, as the GMs work towards filling out their starting lineups. I particularly liked the Rob Ninkovich pick by John, as the Patriot is an underappreciated fantasy stud. Capable of playing both LB and DL, Ninkovich was one of five DL-eligible players to finish with more than 100 fantasy points last season. Once again, name recognition carries little, if any, value when it comes to putting together a championship-caliber fantasy team. I also particularly liked the selections of Harrison Smith (13th) and T.J. Ward (14th) from the DB ranks.

 

Round 15     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1169Mark BarronDBTBDavid Gonos
2170ArizonaDSTARIBrandon Funston
3171Bernard PollardDBTENJamey Eisenberg
4172Jerod MayoLBNEMatt Schauf
5173DenverDSTDENNathan Rush
6174Chris IvoryRBNYJMark Ross
7175Zach ErtzTEPHICorby Yarbrough
8176Lawrence TimmonsLBPITSteven Lassan
9177NaVorro BowmanLBSFEric Mack
10178Johnny ManzielQBCLEBraden Gall
11179Tyler EifertTECINJohn Hansen
12180Morgan BurnettDBGBMike Clay
Round 16     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1181CarolinaDSTCARMike Clay
2182LeGarrette BlountRBPITJohn Hansen
3183Davante AdamsWRGBBraden Gall
4184Andy DaltonQBCINEric Mack
5185CincinnatiDSTCINSteven Lassan
6186St. LouisDSTSTLCorby Yarbrough
7187Marqise LeeWRJACMark Ross
8188Jadeveon ClowneyLBHOUNathan Rush
9189Carson PalmerQBARIMatt Schauf
10190Ben RoethlisbergerQBPITJamey Eisenberg
11191Eli ManningQBNYGBrandon Funston
12192Stevie JohnsonWRSFDavid Gonos

Rounds 15 and 16 Analysis: If he’s able to come back 100 percent from his torn pectoral, Matt has an absolute steal in getting Jerod Mayo in the 15th round. When he’s played 16 games, Mayo has been a fantasy stud. Plenty of risk associated with the NaVorro Bowman selection, as he’s a fairly safe bet to start the season on the PUP list, meaning he will miss the first six games at minimum. And even though he was drafted as a QB2, I wouldn’t have been the one to take Johnny Manziel. Not with Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning, Andy Dalton or Carson Palmer still on the board. For every Andrew Luck and Robert Griffn III that has come along there’s been just as many EJ Manuels and Geno Smiths when it comes to rookie quarterbacks.

 

Round 17     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1193Knile DavisRBKCDavid Gonos
2194Jarrett BoykinWRGBBrandon Funston
3195Daryl SmithLBBALJamey Eisenberg
4196Rueben RandleWRNYGMatt Schauf
5197Steve SmithWRBALNathan Rush
6198Calais CampbellDLARIMark Ross
7199Aaron DobsonWRNECorby Yarbrough
8200Roy HeluRBWASSteven Lassan
9201Isaiah CrowellRBCLEEric Mack
10202Mychal KendricksLBPHIBraden Gall
11203Ryan TannehillQBMIAJohn Hansen
12204Alex SmithQBKCMike Clay
Round 18     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1205Donald BrownRBSDMike Clay
2206Tampa BayDSTTBJohn Hansen
3207Danny TrevathanLBDENBraden Gall
4208Kansas CityDSTKCEric Mack
5209Robert WoodsWRBUFSteven Lassan
6210Chad GreenwayLBMINCorby Yarbrough
7211BuffaloDSTBUFMark Ross
8212Shonn GreeneRBTENNathan Rush
9213New EnglandDSTNEMatt Schauf
10214Rod StreaterWROAKJamey Eisenberg
11215Jerrell FreemanLBINDBrandon Funston
12216Charles JohnsonDLCARDavid Gonos

Rounds 17 and 18 Analysis: At this point in the draft, you are either filling out your starting lineup (except for kicker) or mining for diamonds in the rough. David wisely secured Kansas City’s backfield by grabbing Knile Davis after taking Jamaal Charles No. 1 overall. Jarrett Boykin fared well after Randall Cobb went down with an injury last season and now the No. 3 WR job in Green Bay is his for the taking with James Jones in Oakland. Roy Helu is more of pass-catching threat than Alfred Morris so he could carve out a nice role for himself in Jay Gruden’s offense in Washington. Isaiah Crowell, the undrafted rookie who started his college career at Georgia, seems to be a rather significant reach, but new lead back Ben Tate hasn’t exactly been durable in his career and the only other competition for carries in Cleveland seems to be fellow rookie Terrance West. Stranger things have happened. Among the IDP selections, I really like Danny Trevathan’s chances of breaking out this season with Wesley Woodyard and Shaun Phillips no longer on the Broncos.

 

Round 19     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1217Josh McCownQBTBDavid Gonos
2218Matt PraterKDENBrandon Funston
3219HoustonDSTHOUJamey Eisenberg
4220Johnathan CyprienDBJACMatt Schauf
5221Stephen GostkowskiKNENathan Rush
6222Justin TuckerKBALMark Ross
7223Antrel RolleDBNYGCorby Yarbrough
8224Andre WilliamsRBNYGSteven Lassan
9225Jonathan StewartRBCAREric Mack
10226Steven HauschkaKSEABraden Gall
11227Phil DawsonKSFJohn Hansen
12228Delanie WalkerTETENMike Clay
Round 20     
PickOverallPlayerPOSTeamDrafter
1229Mason CrosbyKGBMike Clay
2230Nick RoachLBOAKJohn Hansen
3231Green BayDSTGBBraden Gall
4232Blair WalshKMINEric Mack
5233Dan BaileyKDALSteven Lassan
6234Robbie GouldKCHICorby Yarbrough
7235Ka'Deem CareyRBCHIMark Ross
8236Jurrell CaseyDLTENNathan Rush
9237Shayne GrahamKNOMatt Schauf
10238Adam VinatieriKINDJamey Eisenberg
11239Doug BaldwinWRSEABrandon Funston
12240Matt BryantKATLDavid Gonos

Rounds 19 and 20 Analysis: Finally the kickers come off the board, but we know no one cares about them. The last two rookies taken in this mock draft – Andre Williams (19th) and Ka’Deem Carey (20th) – are certainly worth keeping an eye on once training camps open. Williams could see significant carries sooner rather than later because of David Wilson’s uncertainty regarding his neck injury while Carey has a pretty clear path to serving as Matt Forté’s backup, especially considering he has a similar skill set. Believe it or not, but Delanie Walker was a borderline top-10 fantasy TE last season, while Doug Baldwin probably enters the season as the Seahawks’ No. 2 WR with Golden Tate now in Detroit. Both are very solid picks in the final two rounds of this mock draft.

 

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