4for4 Staff 12-Team Standard Draft Recap
Last year our 4for4 Fantasy Football staff mock drafts expanded to include a PPR and a standard league format. That continued this year, but due to a late start because of our site upgrade, we did both league drafts starting at the same time.
While that was a challenge in itself, it also proved to be very interesting, and a few of the scouts and contributors mentioned how the same guys were going in similar draft slots, but the drafts also had their differences.
The standard draft had a bit of a different look from the start. We only had 12 teams for this one and our lineup was to consist of 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 flex (WR, RB, TE), 1 K and 1 defense. We again limited teams to one kicker and one defense and no more than two quarterbacks.
Like the PPR draft, we used MyFantasyLeague.com as the host site, and again, it was a Draftmaster, or best ball, format. The site will calculate our lineups each week and we make no transactions or trades throughout the year. Full draft results here.
Taking part in the standard draft were: site owner Josh Moore (@4for4_Josh), Senior Editor John Paulsen (@4for4_John), Scout Brandon Niles (@2guysbrandon), Scout Andy Rioux (@andyrioux), Support Expert Matt Rittle (@ffrittle), Luis Escalante, Scout Dale Lolley (@dlolleyor), Scout Chris Kucharski (@CKSportsBlitz), Scout Jordan Heck (@jordanHeckFF), Scout Scot Berggren, Contributor T.J. Hernandez (@TJHernandez) Scout Bob Harris (@footballdiehard).
Let’s jump right into the analysis…
Away We Go
Much like the PPR league, running backs were a hot commodity in this draft and four went off the board with the first four picks. In all, seven running backs went in the first 12 picks, just four receivers, and one tight end.
In our PPR draft, six of the 14 teams started their draft with a combo of RB-WR, but that wasn’t the case in the standard draft. Only three of the 12 teams went that direction, with six of the 12 doubling up on either WR or RB. Two teams went RB-QB and one went TE-RB.
It’s not really a surprise the first four picks were Jamaal Charles (Matt), LeSean McCoy (Scot), Adrian Peterson (Jordan) and Matt Forte (John). I picked in the 5th spot and it wasn’t really a slot I coveted, to be honest. Eddie Lacy was there for the taking, but it was hard to pass on Calvin Johnson, even as a guy who always feels the need to target RBs first. In other drafts this year, I got Lacy as late as 1.9 and 1.11, so I think in my mind there was better value in Calvin – realistically, I was just spoiled by having Lacy fall more than he should have.
But, Calvin started a mini-string of WRs going off the board as four of the next five picks were receivers. Luis took Lacy at 1.6 and then Demaryius Thomas went at 1.7 (Brandon), Dez Bryant at 1.8 (T.J.) and A.J. Green at 1.9 (Andy). The last three picks were Montee Ball (1.10 to Josh), Jimmy Graham (1.11 to Dale) and Marshawn Lynch (1.12 to Chris).
As I said above, six teams doubled up on either WR or RB and even that was split with three getting two RBs and three getting two WRs.
I have been playing fantasy football since the 1990s, and this may have well been the first time I ever started a draft going WR-WR. I’ve started drafts RB-RB-RB, but never with two WRs. But after taking Calvin and it came back around to me, Alshon Jeffery was still there. Since we can start up to four WRs, I thought this pick made a lot of sense. I didn’t want to lock myself into a plan, but instead take what the draft gave me.
But again in the end, like our PPR league, I felt my RBs were a little thin and found myself grabbing some boom or bust guys – like Mike Tolbert and LeGarrette Blount – who I hope can steal some TDs. My top-three RBs are Zac Stacy, Chris Johnson and Pierre Thomas, but with the recent news Thomas is now listed as the Saints RB3, and this being a standard league, I fear that’s already a wasted pick. I do feel pretty good about starting four of the WRs I picked every week: Johnson, Jeffery, T.Y. Hilton, Jarrett Boykin, Riley Cooper and Mike Williams ended up as my group.
Brandon was another guy who went heavy on WRs.
“My strategy picking outside of the top four was to lock up two top level WR's early, grab sliding running backs, and wait on a QB and TE until the rest of my roster was fleshed out,” Brandon said.
I dubbed Andy the WR Guru of 4for4, and he was the other one who went WR-WR to start his draft. He nabbed Green and then followed up with Julio Jones in the second.
With three guys going WR heavy early on, it paved the way for others to go RB heavy.
“Since it's standard and we can start up to three RBs, I went RB heavy to start, with three RBs in the first five rounds,” John said. He landed a strong combo of Forte, Alfred Morris and Rashad Jennings, who looks like a steal at this point in preseason.
“I'm surprised RBs even fell in a standard draft, which may not apply AS MUCH as in PPR, but it's a good sign that people are going after consistency, which in my opinion is key,” Luis said. “There are VERY few RBs who can provide consistent output.”
Josh also attacked running backs, taking three in the first four picks.
How Much Difference Does it Make?
Those Pearl Jam lyrics, much like my Tom Petty reference in the PPR story, weren’t necessarily about fantasy football, but the song popped into my head when looking for differences between our PPR and standard drafts.
The biggest difference was quarterbacks. They slipped a little more in this draft which kind of goes against the grain. Peyton Manning went at 2.1 and then Aaron Rodgers at 2.11. Drew Brees didn’t go until 3.9. But after that, the next QB came off the board at 6.6 to Brandon. Like Brandon in the PPR draft, I had a homer pick of Nick Foles at 6.8, passing on Matt Stafford who went next to John at 6.9.
We then waited another round until 7.12 until Cam Newton was next to go. We had a bit of a QB run in the 9th round with Robert Griffin III at 9.3, Tom Brady at 9.6, Matt Ryan at 9.8, Russell Wilson at 10.2 and Colin Kaepernick at 10.3
“I’m surprised the number-four QB didn't go off the board until pick 6.06,” John said. “QBs have more value in standard, yet the QBs went earlier in the PPR draft.”
Brandon came away with a perhaps a pretty valuable lesson about QBs as a result.
“I think that my feelings about waiting on a QB were confirmed in this,” Brandon said. “I was pumped to get Andrew Luck in the 6th, but guys like Colin Kaepernick and Russell Wilson went later, and in a pinch, Philip Rivers and Carson Palmer post round 11 wouldn't be tragic.”
Kaepernick and Wilson went in the 10th as did Jay Cutler at 10.12. Tony Romo went at 11.5, Philip Rivers at 11.9 and Ryan Tannehill at 11.10. Alex Smith was taken at 11.5 and Andy Dalton fell all the way to 12.10. Ben Roethlisberger was picked at 12.12, so there is definitely some quality to be had very late if you’re playing a committee or even just looking for a solid QB2.
I also kept track of this draft using PC Drafter. Last year, PCD correctly predicted John would win our PPR league. I won last year’s standard league and PCD had me one point out of second, but in the top-three, so again, it was pretty close.
So who does it predict in this year’s standard league? Matt is ahead in starter points by 40 points over Scot. However, Scot, Andy, John and myself are all within 20 points, so much like the PPR league, this is shaping up to be a pretty tight race.
Also, like the PPR league, a lot of team’s choices fell right in line with PC Drafter’s picks – if not the top pick, close to the top. This is something I hope reassures those who like to use the program.
Team Owner: Matt Rittle Team Name: Matt Rittle Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Broncos, Denver DEN 4 120 Rd:11/Pk:0 K Hauschka, Steven SEA 4 127 Rd:13/Pk:0 K Tucker, Justin BAL 11 116 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Cutler, Jay CHI 9 274 Rd:09/Pk:1 QB Roethlisberger, Ben PIT 12 270 Rd:11/Pk:0 RB Charles, Jamaal KC 6 281 Rd:01/Pk:0 RB Mathews, Ryan SD 10 167 Rd:04/Pk:0 RB Woodhead, Danny SD 10 127 Rd:08/Pk:0 RB Ridley, Stevan NE 10 125 Rd:06/Pk:0 TE Gronkowski, Rob NE 10 173 Rd:02/Pk:0 TE Ertz, Zach PHI 7 101 Rd:10/Pk:0 WR Brown, Antonio PIT 12 189 Rd:02/Pk:1 WR Crabtree, Michael SF 8 142 Rd:04/Pk:1 WR Tate, Golden DET 9 133 Rd:07/Pk:0 WR Bowe, Dwayne KC 6 123 Rd:08/Pk:1 WR Dobson, Aaron NE 10 78 Rd:12/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2546 1. What was your draft strategy? My strategy involves a lot of flexibility in seeing what's possible in each draft. I have a lot of experience opening the draft. It's not an easy slot this year for me, but I've learned slowly how to navigate it. 2. Did it work? Absolutely. I never could have planned the draft going as it did, so my flexibility paid off big time. 3. Biggest surprise? I think the format left people pretty confused, to be honest...the lack of PPR, with the 3 WRs...I was pleasantly surprised to see Brown/Gronk at the 2/3 turn. Mathews at the 4/5 turn was crazy to me, as you'd think he's a guy with MORE value in standard. I was pretty happy with all my picks. 4. In the draft, I regret... I'm going to sound like a noob here, but I realized too late in the draft it was 16 rounds. I like to take at least 2 kickers and 2 defenses in these draft-only formats, and now am left choosing between a 5th WR and 2nd defense. Given that it's a start 3 WR league, it's a tough spot. 5. What was your favorite value pick? My Mathews/Crabtree picks at the 4/5 turn were beautiful. 6. What did you learn/take away from this draft? Noob lesson, we all forget from time to time: Check the league settings 100% before a draft starts. Team Owner: Scot Berggren Team Name: Scot Berggren Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Seahawks, Seattle SEA 4 126 Rd:08/Pk:0 K Gostkowski, Stephen NE 10 135 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Rodgers, Aaron GB 9 365 Rd:03/Pk:0 QB Manning, Eli NYG 8 228 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB McCoy, LeSean PHI 7 262 Rd:01/Pk:0 RB Vereen, Shane NE 10 151 Rd:04/Pk:0 RB Sproles, Darren PHI 7 103 Rd:07/Pk:1 RB Stewart, Jonathan CAR 12 75 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB Carey, KaDeem CHI 9 26 Rd:13/Pk:0 TE Davis, Vernon SF 8 109 Rd:06/Pk:0 TE Cook, Jared STL 4 77 Rd:13/Pk:0 WR Allen, Keenan SD 10 160 Rd:03/Pk:0 WR Harvin, Percy SEA 4 141 Rd:04/Pk:1 WR Watkins, Sammy BUF 9 127 Rd:06/Pk:1 WR Wayne, Reggie IND 10 124 Rd:08/Pk:0 WR Shorts, Cecil JAX 11 120 Rd:10/Pk:1 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2329 1. What was your draft strategy? Trying to find the best RB and WR available, but probably jumped the gun on drafting Rodgers at the end of the second round... Doug Martin, Vincent Jackson and others were drafted after. 2. In the draft I regret... Maybe taking Rodgers a bit early, especially with his injuries last season. Might have been better to take a RB since I was drafting 2nd in a 12 team league. I think you can't be as risky when drafting 1-3 since you don't pick for a long time after your back-to-backs. 3. What was your favorite value pick Reggie Wayne in the 8th and Cecil Shorts in the 11th round could end up being strong WRs for me. Team Owner: Jordan Heck Team Name: Jordan Heck Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Texans, Houston HOU 10 112 Rd:13/Pk:0 K Bailey, Dan DAL 11 127 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Griffin-III, Robert WAS 10 285 Rd:07/Pk:0 QB Dalton, Andy CIN 4 265 Rd:11/Pk:1 RB Peterson, Adrian MIN 10 245 Rd:01/Pk:0 RB Foster, Arian HOU 10 192 Rd:02/Pk:0 RB Hill, Jeremy CIN 4 104 Rd:09/Pk:0 RB McFadden, Darren OAK 5 89 Rd:10/Pk:0 TE Thomas, Julius DEN 4 158 Rd:03/Pk:0 TE Cameron, Jordan CLE 4 131 Rd:05/Pk:0 WR Floyd, Michael ARI 4 145 Rd:05/Pk:0 WR Maclin, Jeremy PHI 7 128 Rd:06/Pk:0 WR Evans, Mike TB 7 118 Rd:09/Pk:0 WR Hunter, Justin TEN 9 101 Rd:10/Pk:1 WR Matthews, Jordan PHI 7 98 Rd:11/Pk:0 WR Adams, Davante GB 9 32 Rd:13/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2330 1. What was your draft strategy? Same as PPR...take the best player available and wait on a QB. 2. Did it work? The best player available wasn't always the guy I had in mind, so it didn't work out as well as I had hoped. 3. Biggest surprise? Nothing too surprising comes to mind. 4. In the draft I regret... I regret not paying attention to bye weeks. Both of my tight ends have the same bye and I have three receivers on bye Week 7. I also regret selecting so many rookies at the receiver position. I like their potential, but it may not pay off. 5. What was your favorite value pick? Michael Floyd late in the fourth round. I think he's going to have a great season and I was happy to take him there. What did you learn/take away from this draft? Team Owner: John Paulsen Team Name: John Paulsen Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Patriots, New-England NE 10 121 Rd:11/Pk:0 K Novak, Nick SD 10 126 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Stafford, Matthew DET 9 300 Rd:05/Pk:1 QB Manziel, Johnny CLE 4 215 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB Forte, Matt CHI 9 246 Rd:01/Pk:0 RB Morris, Alfred WAS 10 192 Rd:03/Pk:0 RB Jennings, Rashad NYG 8 154 Rd:05/Pk:0 RB Williams, Andre NYG 8 84 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB Michael, Christine SEA 4 69 Rd:10/Pk:0 TE Pitta, Dennis BAL 11 112 Rd:08/Pk:0 TE Walker, Delanie TEN 9 98 Rd:13/Pk:0 WR Cobb, Randall GB 9 179 Rd:03/Pk:0 WR Johnson, Andre HOU 10 147 Rd:04/Pk:0 WR Williams, Terrance DAL 11 137 Rd:07/Pk:0 WR Benjamin, Kelvin CAR 12 122 Rd:11/Pk:0 WR Stills, Kenny NO 6 118 Rd:10/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2420 1. What was your draft strategy? Since it's standard and we can start up to three RBs, I went RB heavy to start, with three RBs in the first five rounds. 2. Did it work? Yes, I think so. 3. Biggest surprise? Surprised the #4 QB didn't go off the board until pick 6.06. QBs have more value in standard, yet the QBs went earlier in the PPR draft. 4. In the draft, I regret... Nothing. No regrets! 5. What was your favorite value pick? It will be interesting to see if Christine Michael (14th round) or Johnny Manziel (15th) pay off at some point during the season. Team Owner: Scott Pagel Team Name: Scott Pagel Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Bengals, Cincinnati CIN 4 122 Rd:10/Pk:1 K Gould, Robbie CHI 9 119 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Foles, Nick PHI 7 315 Rd:07/Pk:0 QB Romo, Tony DAL 11 279 Rd:09/Pk:0 RB Stacy, Zac STL 4 177 Rd:03/Pk:0 RB Johnson, Chris NYJ 11 166 Rd:05/Pk:0 RB Thomas, Pierre NO 6 130 Rd:06/Pk:0 RB Blount, LeGarrette PIT 12 86 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB Tolbert, Mike CAR 12 60 Rd:13/Pk:0 TE Rudolph, Kyle MIN 10 109 Rd:08/Pk:1 WR Johnson, Calvin DET 9 217 Rd:01/Pk:0 WR Jeffery, Alshon CHI 9 189 Rd:02/Pk:1 WR Hilton, T.Y. IND 10 144 Rd:05/Pk:0 WR Boykin, Jarrett GB 9 117 Rd:11/Pk:1 WR Cooper, Riley PHI 7 114 Rd:09/Pk:0 WR Williams, Mike BUF 9 53 Rd:13/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2397 1. What was your draft strategy? Picking 5th I knew I’d have a decision to make between WR and RB, but with the ability to play up to four WRs, I wanted to lean WR if a stud was there. 2. Did it work? I went with Calvin over Lacy so we’ll see if it works. 3. Biggest surprise? I started off the draft going WR-WR. I’d be willing to bet my house I have never done that since I started playing fantasy football in the 1990sÖ 4. In the draft I regret... I only drafted one TE. That was kind of an oopsy. But the talent there left for my TE2 wasn’t all that great so I thought maybe a sleeper would benefit me more. 5. What was your favorite value pick? I got Mike Williams at 14.8. All signs point to him being the WR2 in Buffalo now and he’s already got a lot of chemistry with QB E.J. Manuel. That’s a benefit of helping with the news here at the siteÖ 6. What did you learn/take away from this draft? Doing two drafts at the same time and thinking about what I’m going to write about each of them can get a little confusing and can lead to forgetting about TE2s... Team Owner: Luis Escalante Team Name: Luis Escalante Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Ravens, Baltimore BAL 11 117 Rd:12/Pk:0 K Graham, Shayne NO 6 132 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Brady, Tom NE 10 292 Rd:07/Pk:1 QB Flacco, Joe BAL 11 228 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB Lacy, Eddie GB 9 224 Rd:01/Pk:0 RB Martin, Doug TB 7 174 Rd:02/Pk:1 RB Richardson, Trent IND 10 133 Rd:05/Pk:0 RB Williams, DeAngelo CAR 12 118 Rd:10/Pk:0 TE Olsen, Greg CAR 12 118 Rd:08/Pk:0 TE Miller, Heath PIT 12 84 Rd:13/Pk:0 WR Nelson, Jordy GB 9 190 Rd:02/Pk:0 WR Cruz, Victor NYG 8 147 Rd:03/Pk:1 WR Decker, Eric NYJ 11 137 Rd:07/Pk:0 WR Randle, Rueben NYG 8 124 Rd:08/Pk:0 WR Baldwin, Doug SEA 4 115 Rd:13/Pk:0 WR Wheaton, Markus PIT 12 99 Rd:12/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2432 1. What was your draft strategy? Similar to PPR - in best ball I try and set a solid foundation of non injury prone then go with boom/bust players to fill out the roster. 2. Did it work? Yes, I feel it worked better here than in PPR. I felt there was a lot of value to be had. 3. Biggest surprise? Same as PPR, I'm surprised even RB's fell in a standard draft, which may not apply AS MUCH as in PPR, but it's a good sign that people are going after consistency, which in my opinion is key. There are VERY few RBs can can provide the same weekly outpoint every week, it's another story for WRs 4. In the draft, I regret... Trent Richardson at 5.04 - he fits my mold of huge boom or bust but I think there's a much higher chance of bust and at the 5.04 that's WAY too much risk. 5. What was your favorite value pick? 3.06 Doug Martin - I'm not sure why everyone's scared of him, but this dude was a monster just a few years ago. I thought Victor Cruz at 4.07 was decent value as well. Should put up WR1 numbers this year under McAdoo. 6. What did you learn/take away from this draft? Same as PPR - look for value and don't just stick with one draft plan - be open to change. Team Owner: Brandon Niles Team Name: Brandon Niles Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Cardinals, Arizona ARI 4 117 Rd:12/Pk:0 K Walsh, Blair MIN 10 116 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Luck, Andrew IND 10 303 Rd:06/Pk:0 QB Palmer, Carson ARI 4 240 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB Sankey, Bishop TEN 9 163 Rd:04/Pk:1 RB Rice, Ray BAL 11 146 Rd:05/Pk:1 RB Jones-Drew, Maurice OAK 5 129 Rd:07/Pk:1 RB Freeman, Devonta ATL 9 83 Rd:09/Pk:1 TE Green, Ladarius SD 10 91 Rd:11/Pk:0 TE Ebron, Eric DET 9 78 Rd:11/Pk:1 WR Thomas, Demaryius DEN 4 217 Rd:01/Pk:0 WR Marshall, Brandon CHI 9 195 Rd:02/Pk:0 WR Patterson, Cordarrelle MIN 10 145 Rd:04/Pk:0 WR Cooks, Brandin NO 6 130 Rd:08/Pk:0 WR Gordon, Josh CLE 4 102 Rd:12/Pk:0 WR Smith, Steve-L BAL 11 97 Rd:12/Pk:1 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2352 1. What was your draft strategy? My strategy picking outside of the top four was to lock up two top level WR's early, grab sliding running backs, and wait on a QB and TE until the rest of my roster was fleshed out. 2. Did it work? Yes and no. I love my WR's and I ended up thrilled with Andrew Luck in the 6th round. However, I'm thin at RB, and I feel like I may have been better off going WR-RB-WR, rather than the other way around from the #7 spot in this league. 3. Biggest surprise? The early TE's. I know that Julius Thomas and Gronk are head and shoulders above the rest, but to have three TE's off the board by pick 3.3 is earlier than I anticipated. 4. In the draft, I regret... Taking Devonta Freeman in the 9th round. While there's a lot of upside there, I think Carlos Hyde or Mark Ingram would've offered better value. 5. What was your favorite value pick? Victor Cruz in the fourth round and Davante Adams in the 14th round. Cruz is probably sliding too far coming off a very down year, but he's made for the new Giants offense, and Adams is a better outside fit than Cobb, and may surprise people with some playing time by mid-season if Boykin continues to be streaky. 6. What did you learn/take away from this draft? (nothing is an ok answer) I think that my feelings about waiting on a QB were confirmed in this. I was pumped to get Luck in the 6th, but guys like Kap and Russell Wilson went later, and in a pinch, Rivers and Palmer post round 11 wouldn't be tragic. Team Owner: Josh Moore Team Name: Josh Moore Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Panthers, Carolina CAR 12 125 Rd:10/Pk:0 K Bryant, Matt ATL 9 121 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Kaepernick, Colin SF 8 289 Rd:09/Pk:0 QB Tannehill, Ryan MIA 5 239 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB Ball, Montee DEN 4 213 Rd:01/Pk:1 RB Murray, DeMarco DAL 11 194 Rd:01/Pk:1 RB Spiller, C.J. BUF 9 165 Rd:03/Pk:0 RB Jackson, Fred BUF 9 122 Rd:09/Pk:0 RB Hillman, Ronnie DEN 4 75 Rd:13/Pk:0 TE Gates, Antonio SD 10 80 Rd:13/Pk:0 TE Lewis, Marcedes JAX 11 78 Rd:13/Pk:0 WR Jackson, Vincent TB 7 158 Rd:04/Pk:0 WR Colston, Marques NO 6 143 Rd:07/Pk:0 WR Wallace, Mike MIA 5 139 Rd:06/Pk:0 WR Sanders, Emmanuel DEN 4 134 Rd:06/Pk:0 WR Jones, Marvin CIN 4 129 Rd:10/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2404 1. What was your draft strategy? Go RB heavy and wait on QB/TE. 2. Did it work? I was able to start Montee Ball, DeMarco Murray & CJ Spiller in the first four rounds. Still happy with the QBs I managed to land late (Kaepernick & Tannehill). 3. Biggest surprise? Marvin Jones has a broken foot. 4. In the draft, I regret... Drafting a guy who went on to break his foot. 5. What was your favorite value pick? Marvin Jones until he broke his foot. 6. What did you learn/take away from this draft? (nothing is an ok answer) I'm too upset about Marvin Jones injury to think clearly at this point. Team Owner: T.J. Hernandez Team Name: T.J. Hernandez Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Browns, Cleveland CLE 4 119 Rd:11/Pk:1 K Crosby, Mason GB 9 135 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Ryan, Matt ATL 9 288 Rd:08/Pk:0 QB Smith, Alex KC 6 265 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB Bernard, Giovani CIN 4 194 Rd:02/Pk:0 RB Ellington, Andre ARI 4 172 Rd:03/Pk:0 RB Tate, Ben CLE 4 136 Rd:06/Pk:0 RB Jackson, Steven ATL 9 128 Rd:07/Pk:0 RB Bradshaw, Ahmad IND 10 88 Rd:12/Pk:1 TE Clay, Charles MIA 5 102 Rd:12/Pk:0 TE Allen, Dwayne IND 10 82 Rd:13/Pk:0 WR Bryant, Dez DAL 11 206 Rd:01/Pk:0 WR Garcon, Pierre WAS 10 148 Rd:03/Pk:1 WR Wright, Kendall TEN 9 141 Rd:06/Pk:1 WR Hopkins, DeAndre HOU 10 122 Rd:09/Pk:0 WR Streater, Rod OAK 5 99 Rd:13/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2425 Team Owner: Andy Rioux Team Name: Andy Rioux Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Rams, St.-Louis STL 4 122 Rd:10/Pk:0 K Prater, Matt DEN 4 142 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Brees, Drew NO 6 346 Rd:03/Pk:0 QB Rivers, Philip SD 10 269 Rd:11/Pk:0 RB Bell, Joique DET 9 159 Rd:05/Pk:0 RB Gore, Frank SF 8 154 Rd:05/Pk:0 RB West, Terrance CLE 4 87 Rd:08/Pk:0 RB Hyde, Carlos SF 8 78 Rd:09/Pk:1 RB Ivory, Chris NYJ 11 75 Rd:13/Pk:0 TE Reed, Jordan WAS 10 112 Rd:07/Pk:0 TE Kelce, Travis KC 6 61 Rd:13/Pk:0 WR Green, A.J. CIN 4 195 Rd:01/Pk:1 WR Jones, Julio ATL 9 194 Rd:02/Pk:0 WR Welker, Wes DEN 4 140 Rd:04/Pk:0 WR Jennings, Greg MIN 10 119 Rd:12/Pk:0 WR Lee, Marqise JAX 11 85 Rd:13/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2338 Team Owner: Dale Lolley Team Name: Dale Lolley Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D 49ers, San-Francisco SF 8 125 Rd:09/Pk:0 D Chiefs, Kansas-City KC 6 116 Rd:12/Pk:0 K Vinatieri, Adam IND 10 119 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Newton, Cam CAR 12 293 Rd:08/Pk:0 QB Wilson, Russell SEA 4 292 Rd:11/Pk:0 RB Bell, LeVeon PIT 12 178 Rd:02/Pk:0 RB Bush, Reggie DET 9 148 Rd:03/Pk:1 RB Robinson, Khiry NO 6 85 Rd:10/Pk:0 RB Ingram, Mark NO 6 74 Rd:13/Pk:0 TE Graham, Jimmy NO 6 198 Rd:01/Pk:0 TE Eifert, Tyler CIN 4 74 Rd:13/Pk:0 WR Fitzgerald, Larry ARI 4 148 Rd:04/Pk:0 WR Jackson, DeSean WAS 10 142 Rd:05/Pk:0 WR Smith, Torrey BAL 11 136 Rd:05/Pk:1 WR Austin, Tavon STL 4 113 Rd:09/Pk:0 WR Nicks, Hakeem IND 10 82 Rd:10/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2323 Team Owner: Chris Kucharsky Team Name: Chris Kucharsky Pos Player Name Team Bye Points ADP Rank =============================================================================== D Saints, New-Orleans NO 6 113 Rd:13/Pk:0 K Dawson, Phil SF 8 124 Rd:13/Pk:0 QB Manning, Peyton DEN 4 371 Rd:02/Pk:0 QB Locker, Jake TEN 9 220 Rd:13/Pk:0 RB Lynch, Marshawn SEA 4 205 Rd:02/Pk:0 RB Gerhart, Toby JAX 11 162 Rd:04/Pk:0 RB Miller, Lamar MIA 5 142 Rd:06/Pk:1 RB Pierce, Bernard BAL 11 73 Rd:09/Pk:0 RB Moreno, Knowshon MIA 5 67 Rd:10/Pk:0 TE Witten, Jason DAL 11 120 Rd:07/Pk:0 TE Bennett, Martellus CHI 9 103 Rd:11/Pk:0 WR White, Roddy ATL 9 148 Rd:04/Pk:0 WR Edelman, Julian NE 10 130 Rd:06/Pk:0 WR Boldin, Anquan SF 8 120 Rd:10/Pk:1 WR Hartline, Brian MIA 5 114 Rd:13/Pk:0 WR Moore, Denarius OAK 5 55 Rd:13/Pk:0 =============================================================================== Total Player Points:2267 Rnd Pck League Team Player Name Pos Team ADP =============================================================================== 1 1 Matt Charles, Jamaal RB KC Rd:01/Pk:02 1 2 Scot B. McCoy, LeSean RB PHI Rd:01/Pk:01 1 3 Jordan Peterson, Adrian RB MIN Rd:01/Pk:03 1 4 John Forte, Matt RB CHI Rd:01/Pk:04 1 5 Scott P. Johnson, Calvin WR DET Rd:01/Pk:05 1 6 Luis Lacy, Eddie RB GB Rd:01/Pk:06 1 7 Brandon Thomas, Demaryius WR DEN Rd:01/Pk:07 1 8 T.J. Bryant, Dez WR DAL Rd:01/Pk:09 1 9 Andy Green, A.J. WR CIN Rd:01/Pk:10 1 10 Josh Ball, Montee RB DEN Rd:01/Pk:12 1 11 Dale Graham, Jimmy TE NO Rd:01/Pk:08 1 12 Chris Lynch, Marshawn RB SEA Rd:02/Pk:03 2 1 Chris Manning, Peyton QB DEN Rd:02/Pk:05 2 2 Dale Bell, LeVeon RB PIT Rd:02/Pk:04 2 3 Josh Murray, DeMarco RB DAL Rd:01/Pk:11 2 4 Andy Jones, Julio WR ATL Rd:02/Pk:01 2 5 T.J. Bernard, Giovani RB CIN Rd:02/Pk:07 2 6 Brandon Marshall, Brandon WR CHI Rd:02/Pk:02 2 7 Luis Nelson, Jordy WR GB Rd:02/Pk:08 2 8 Scott P. Jeffery, Alshon WR CHI Rd:02/Pk:11 2 9 John Morris, Alfred RB WAS Rd:03/Pk:03 2 10 Jordan Foster, Arian RB HOU Rd:02/Pk:06 2 11 Scot B. Rodgers, Aaron QB GB Rd:03/Pk:01 2 12 Matt Brown, Antonio WR PIT Rd:02/Pk:10 3 1 Matt Gronkowski, Rob TE NE Rd:02/Pk:09 3 2 Scot B. Allen, Keenan WR SD Rd:03/Pk:08 3 3 Jordan Thomas, Julius TE DEN Rd:03/Pk:07 3 4 John Cobb, Randall WR GB Rd:03/Pk:02 3 5 Scott P. Stacy, Zac RB STL Rd:03/Pk:05 3 6 Luis Martin, Doug RB TB Rd:02/Pk:12 3 7 Brandon Sankey, Bishop RB TEN Rd:04/Pk:10 3 8 T.J. Ellington, Andre RB ARI Rd:03/Pk:04 3 9 Andy Brees, Drew QB NO Rd:03/Pk:06 3 10 Josh Jackson, Vincent WR TB Rd:04/Pk:01 3 11 Dale Fitzgerald, Larry WR ARI Rd:04/Pk:04 3 12 Chris Gerhart, Toby RB JAX Rd:04/Pk:02 4 1 Chris White, Roddy WR ATL Rd:04/Pk:07 4 2 Dale Bush, Reggie RB DET Rd:03/Pk:10 4 3 Josh Spiller, C.J. RB BUF Rd:03/Pk:09 4 4 Andy Bell, Joique RB DET Rd:05/Pk:08 4 5 T.J. Garcon, Pierre WR WAS Rd:03/Pk:11 4 6 Brandon Patterson, Cordarrelle WR MIN Rd:04/Pk:06 4 7 Luis Cruz, Victor WR NYG Rd:03/Pk:12 4 8 Scott P. Johnson, Chris RB NYJ Rd:05/Pk:07 4 9 John Johnson, Andre WR HOU Rd:04/Pk:03 4 10 Jordan Floyd, Michael WR ARI Rd:05/Pk:01 4 11 Scot B. Harvin, Percy WR SEA Rd:04/Pk:12 4 12 Matt Mathews, Ryan RB SD Rd:04/Pk:05 5 1 Matt Crabtree, Michael WR SF Rd:04/Pk:11 5 2 Scot B. Vereen, Shane RB NE Rd:04/Pk:08 5 3 Jordan Cameron, Jordan TE CLE Rd:05/Pk:06 5 4 John Jennings, Rashad RB NYG Rd:05/Pk:03 5 5 Scott P. Hilton, T.Y. WR IND Rd:05/Pk:09 5 6 Luis Richardson, Trent RB IND Rd:05/Pk:04 5 7 Brandon Rice, Ray RB BAL Rd:05/Pk:12 5 8 T.J. Tate, Ben RB CLE Rd:06/Pk:02 5 9 Andy Gore, Frank RB SF Rd:05/Pk:05 5 10 Josh Wallace, Mike WR MIA Rd:06/Pk:07 5 11 Dale Jackson, DeSean WR WAS Rd:05/Pk:02 5 12 Chris Miller, Lamar RB MIA Rd:06/Pk:10 6 1 Chris Edelman, Julian WR NE Rd:06/Pk:05 6 2 Dale Smith, Torrey WR BAL Rd:05/Pk:11 6 3 Josh Colston, Marques WR NO Rd:07/Pk:01 6 4 Andy Welker, Wes WR DEN Rd:04/Pk:09 6 5 T.J. Wright, Kendall WR TEN Rd:06/Pk:12 6 6 Brandon Luck, Andrew QB IND Rd:06/Pk:01 6 7 Luis Decker, Eric WR NYJ Rd:07/Pk:08 6 8 Scott P. Foles, Nick QB PHI Rd:07/Pk:02 6 9 John Stafford, Matthew QB DET Rd:05/Pk:10 6 10 Jordan Evans, Mike WR TB Rd:09/Pk:08 6 11 Scot B. Davis, Vernon TE SF Rd:06/Pk:04 6 12 Matt Tate, Golden WR DET Rd:07/Pk:09 7 1 Matt Ridley, Stevan RB NE Rd:06/Pk:09 7 2 Scot B. Watkins, Sammy WR BUF Rd:06/Pk:11 7 3 Jordan Maclin, Jeremy WR PHI Rd:06/Pk:03 7 4 John Williams, Terrance WR DAL Rd:07/Pk:06 7 5 Scott P. Thomas, Pierre RB NO Rd:06/Pk:08 7 6 Luis Olsen, Greg TE CAR Rd:08/Pk:02 7 7 Brandon Jones-Drew, Maurice RB OAK Rd:07/Pk:12 7 8 T.J. Jackson, Steven RB ATL Rd:07/Pk:04 7 9 Andy Reed, Jordan TE WAS Rd:07/Pk:07 7 10 Josh Sanders, Emmanuel WR DEN Rd:06/Pk:06 7 11 Dale Newton, Cam QB CAR Rd:08/Pk:03 7 12 Chris Witten, Jason TE DAL Rd:07/Pk:03 8 1 Chris Pierce, Bernard RB BAL Rd:09/Pk:01 8 2 Dale Austin, Tavon WR STL Rd:09/Pk:07 8 3 Josh Jones, Marvin WR CIN Rd:10/Pk:09 8 4 Andy West, Terrance RB CLE Rd:08/Pk:07 8 5 T.J. Hopkins, DeAndre WR HOU Rd:09/Pk:02 8 6 Brandon Cooks, Brandin WR NO Rd:08/Pk:05 8 7 Luis Randle, Rueben WR NYG Rd:08/Pk:09 8 8 Scott P. Rudolph, Kyle TE MIN Rd:08/Pk:10 8 9 John Pitta, Dennis TE BAL Rd:08/Pk:08 8 10 Jordan Hill, Jeremy RB CIN Rd:09/Pk:05 8 11 Scot B. Wayne, Reggie WR IND Rd:08/Pk:01 8 12 Matt Bowe, Dwayne WR KC Rd:08/Pk:12 9 1 Matt Ertz, Zach TE PHI Rd:10/Pk:05 9 2 Scot B. Seahawks, Seattle D SEA Rd:08/Pk:06 9 3 Jordan Griffin-III, Robert QB WAS Rd:07/Pk:05 9 4 John Benjamin, Kelvin WR CAR Rd:11/Pk:01 9 5 Scott P. Cooper, Riley WR PHI Rd:09/Pk:09 9 6 Luis Brady, Tom QB NE Rd:07/Pk:10 9 7 Brandon Freeman, Devonta RB ATL Rd:09/Pk:10 9 8 T.J. Ryan, Matt QB ATL Rd:08/Pk:06 9 9 Andy Hyde, Carlos RB SF Rd:09/Pk:11 9 10 Josh Jackson, Fred RB BUF Rd:09/Pk:04 9 11 Dale Ingram, Mark RB NO Rd:13/Pk:04 9 12 Chris Boldin, Anquan WR SF Rd:10/Pk:11 10 1 Chris Moreno, Knowshon RB MIA Rd:10/Pk:04 10 2 Dale Wilson, Russell QB SEA Rd:11/Pk:03 10 3 Josh Kaepernick, Colin QB SF Rd:09/Pk:03 10 4 Andy Jennings, Greg WR MIN Rd:12/Pk:03 10 5 T.J. Clay, Charles TE MIA Rd:12/Pk:02 10 6 Brandon Gordon, Josh WR CLE Rd:12/Pk:06 10 7 Luis Williams, DeAngelo RB CAR Rd:10/Pk:06 10 8 Scott P. Boykin, Jarrett WR GB Rd:11/Pk:10 10 9 John Williams, Andre RB NYG Rd:13/Pk:06 10 10 Jordan Hunter, Justin WR TEN Rd:10/Pk:12 10 11 Scot B. Sproles, Darren RB PHI Rd:07/Pk:11 10 12 Matt Cutler, Jay QB CHI Rd:09/Pk:12 11 1 Matt Woodhead, Danny RB SD Rd:08/Pk:04 11 2 Scot B. Shorts, Cecil WR JAX Rd:10/Pk:10 11 3 Jordan McFadden, Darren RB OAK Rd:10/Pk:02 11 4 John Stills, Kenny WR NO Rd:10/Pk:07 11 5 Scott P. Romo, Tony QB DAL Rd:09/Pk:06 11 6 Luis Baldwin, Doug WR SEA Rd:13/Pk:06 11 7 Brandon Green, Ladarius TE SD Rd:11/Pk:05 11 8 T.J. Bradshaw, Ahmad RB IND Rd:12/Pk:10 11 9 Andy Rivers, Philip QB SD Rd:11/Pk:02 11 10 Josh Tannehill, Ryan QB MIA Rd:13/Pk:06 11 11 Dale 49ers, San-Francisco D SF Rd:09/Pk:04 11 12 Chris Hartline, Brian WR MIA Rd:13/Pk:06 12 1 Chris Bennett, Martellus TE CHI Rd:11/Pk:08 12 2 Dale Robinson, Khiry RB NO Rd:10/Pk:08 12 3 Josh Panthers, Carolina D CAR Rd:10/Pk:02 12 4 Andy Ivory, Chris RB NYJ Rd:13/Pk:02 12 5 T.J. Smith, Alex QB KC Rd:13/Pk:06 12 6 Brandon Smith, Steve-L WR BAL Rd:12/Pk:12 12 7 Luis Wheaton, Markus WR PIT Rd:12/Pk:04 12 8 Scott P. Blount, LeGarrette RB PIT Rd:13/Pk:06 12 9 John Walker, Delanie TE TEN Rd:13/Pk:05 12 10 Jordan Dalton, Andy QB CIN Rd:11/Pk:12 12 11 Scot B. Stewart, Jonathan RB CAR Rd:13/Pk:06 12 12 Matt Roethlisberger, Ben QB PIT Rd:11/Pk:09 13 1 Matt Broncos, Denver D DEN Rd:11/Pk:07 13 2 Scot B. Manning, Eli QB NYG Rd:13/Pk:06 13 3 Jordan Matthews, Jordan WR PHI Rd:11/Pk:07 13 4 John Patriots, New-England D NE Rd:11/Pk:03 13 5 Scott P. Bengals, Cincinnati D CIN Rd:10/Pk:11 13 6 Luis Miller, Heath TE PIT Rd:13/Pk:06 13 7 Brandon Ebron, Eric TE DET Rd:11/Pk:11 13 8 T.J. Allen, Dwayne TE IND Rd:13/Pk:01 13 9 Andy Rams, St.-Louis D STL Rd:10/Pk:07 13 10 Josh Hillman, Ronnie RB DEN Rd:13/Pk:06 13 11 Dale Chiefs, Kansas-City D KC Rd:12/Pk:06 13 12 Chris Saints, New-Orleans D NO Rd:13/Pk:01 14 1 Chris Moore, Denarius WR OAK Rd:13/Pk:06 14 2 Dale Nicks, Hakeem WR IND Rd:10/Pk:03 14 3 Josh Gates, Antonio TE SD Rd:13/Pk:06 14 4 Andy Prater, Matt K DEN Rd:13/Pk:06 14 5 T.J. Streater, Rod WR OAK Rd:13/Pk:06 14 6 Brandon Palmer, Carson QB ARI Rd:13/Pk:06 14 7 Luis Ravens, Baltimore D BAL Rd:12/Pk:03 14 8 Scott P. Williams, Mike WR BUF Rd:13/Pk:06 14 9 John Michael, Christine RB SEA Rd:10/Pk:01 14 10 Jordan Adams, Davante WR GB Rd:13/Pk:06 14 11 Scot B. Gostkowski, Stephen K NE Rd:13/Pk:06 14 12 Matt Hauschka, Steven K SEA Rd:13/Pk:06 15 1 Matt Tucker, Justin K BAL Rd:13/Pk:06 15 2 Scot B. Cook, Jared TE STL Rd:13/Pk:06 15 3 Jordan Bailey, Dan K DAL Rd:13/Pk:06 15 4 John Manziel, Johnny QB CLE Rd:13/Pk:06 15 5 Scott P. Tolbert, Mike RB CAR Rd:13/Pk:06 15 6 Luis Flacco, Joe QB BAL Rd:13/Pk:06 15 7 Brandon Walsh, Blair K MIN Rd:13/Pk:06 15 8 T.J. Browns, Cleveland D CLE Rd:11/Pk:12 15 9 Andy Kelce, Travis TE KC Rd:13/Pk:06 15 10 Josh Lewis, Marcedes TE JAX Rd:13/Pk:06 15 11 Dale Eifert, Tyler TE CIN Rd:13/Pk:06 15 12 Chris Locker, Jake QB TEN Rd:13/Pk:06 16 1 Chris Dawson, Phil K SF Rd:13/Pk:06 16 2 Dale Vinatieri, Adam K IND Rd:13/Pk:06 16 3 Josh Bryant, Matt K ATL Rd:13/Pk:06 16 4 Andy Lee, Marqise WR JAX Rd:13/Pk:06 16 5 T.J. Crosby, Mason K GB Rd:13/Pk:06 16 6 Brandon Cardinals, Arizona D ARI Rd:12/Pk:08 16 7 Luis Graham, Shayne K NO Rd:13/Pk:06 16 8 Scott P. Gould, Robbie K CHI Rd:13/Pk:06 16 9 John Novak, Nick K SD Rd:13/Pk:06 16 10 Jordan Texans, Houston D HOU Rd:13/Pk:06 16 11 Scot B. Carey, KaDeem RB CHI Rd:13/Pk:06 16 12 Matt Dobson, Aaron WR NE Rd:12/Pk:07