4for4 Staff 18-Team Draftmaster

4for4 Staff 18-Team Draftmaster

By Scott Pagel (4for4 Scout), last update Sep 7, 2015

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Scott Pagel is Sports Editor for the Bethlehem Press and has covered Philadelphia Eagles training camp since 1997. Scott has played fantasy football since the 90s and has been contributing at 4for4 since 2005.

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Now I’m a swimming pool owner, my summer days have been pretty lazy. Most afternoons are spent floating around with a beverage admiring my shed, which was purchased with my 4for4 paycheck one year, or looking for cloud shapes that might give me a sign on who to draft by resembling a football player.

Once early August rolled around, I was reminded about the annual 4for4 Draftmaster League, where all of our writers compete in a best-ball format to see who can draft the best team.

Better late than never, I suppose.

Last year’s winners were Scot Berggren in the PPR league and Dale Lolley in the standard league, so a belated congratulations to those two for drafting the best teams.

This year, because of my late start, we only did a PPR league. There were 18 writers who wanted to take part, making it our largest league to date. Site owner Josh Moore pledged $250 to the winner in order to make sure there was some extra incentive beyond bragging rights.

The setup for this year was a starting lineup of 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 WR, TE, RB flex and 1 defense. We drafted 16 rounds of players so we decided to skip a kicker, much to my dismay. Teams weren’t allowed to take more than one defense or two QBs or two TEs.

While your league may not have 18 members, the hope is this draft will allow subscribers to get in the minds of those who work hard at 4for4.com to bring you the most knowledgeable fantasy football information possible.

 

Waiting on QB

The problem when a bunch of fantasy football experts get together is there is a chance they are all going to use the same drafting techniques, especially when they all work for the same site. So as expected, only QBs Andrew Luck and Aaron Rodgers were among the first 20 picks. The next QB didn’t go until 53rd when Andy Rioux took Russell Wilson and 58th when Chris Raybon took Peyton Manning.

After that, all QB-hell broke loose and 14 signal callers went between picks 67 and 109:

Player Pick Owner
Ben Roethlisberger 67 Dale
Drew Brees 69 Matt
Tony Romo 74 Patrick
Eli Manning 75 Russell
Matt Ryan 77 Chris
Ryan Tannehill 78 Dale
Cam Newton 79 Josh
Matt Stafford 81 Scot
Philip Rivers 83 Chris
Carson Palmer 85 Scott
Tom Brady 96 Scott
Sam Bradford 99 Jordan
Colin Kaepernick 108 John
Teddy Bridgewater 109 John

One defending champ, Dale Lolley, was determined to get two top signal callers.

“With 18 teams, I wanted to make sure I got two quality starting quarterbacks because somebody was going to get shorted at the position. It wasn’t going to be me,” Lolley said.

Lolley really started the QB run by taking Roethlisberger at 67 and then following up with Tannehill at 78. 12 QBs were off the board before I got to take one, so I selected Carson Palmer at 85. I was convinced I was going to take another QB when it came back around, even though I picked 13th overall and “coming back around” meant 10 more players were coming off the board. So with my next pick I nabbed Tom Brady, who at the time was still suspended.

Chris Raybon was also looking to get a QB given the number of teams taking part.

“Because of the scarcity at QB and the size of the league, I wanted to draft a stud QB so I wouldn't need my backup much, especially because I wasn't even sure if I was going to get a backup,” Raybon said.

“I didn't like my team until I looked at everyone else's - it's really hard to tell if my strategy ‘worked’ because everyone's roster is pretty fragile, but I did what I set out to do for the most part. I nabbed Peyton Manning in the fourth round.”

 

BPA

For the most part, everyone was determined to take the Best Player Available when it was their pick, and for just about everyone, that meant stacking up on RB and WR.

But, for T.J. Hernandez, his strategy was much simpler.

“To avoid zeros at any position,” he said when asked what his goal was for this 18-man draft. “It sounds elementary, but in a league this size (especially picking near the turns), filling out your roster with players who are actually going to stay on the field can be enough to take it down.”

On the Discus Your Team Forum here at 4for4, Brandon Niles and I get a lot of questions from subscribers wondering which player to take early in the first round of drafts from a specific spot. This year’s motto at the site, for the most part, falls in line with grabbing the stud WRs early, and then targeting RBs a little later.

Even more specifically, I’ve answered a few questions in regard to drafting Antonio Brown. Brown was actually taken first overall by John Paulsen in this league, as he decided to pass on all the typical RBs, who would soon fall off the board in the next few picks. So, how early is too early to take Brown? In a PPR league, maybe the answer is it is never too early.

Aside from T.J.’s basic strategy, I thought Matt Rittle did a great job of summing up the way to draft a team.

“I've never drafted in an 18-team league before, but as we start two RB and three WR, I wanted to build a solid RB and WR core, with intentional emphasis on RBs first,” Rittle said. “I knew the onesie positions couldn't be overlooked though, and was prepared to strike as soon as necessary. My strategy worked, in that I was able to build the style of team I had in mind perfectly. Whether or not my plan can win the league or not, we'll have to see.”

This was mostly my style of drafting as well - load up on the best available RBs or WRs. With so many picks coming off the board, I was trying to group players in positional tiers and then hope at least one would fall to me. I thought my strategy worked pretty well and I was happy to get Justin Forsett - and hopefully all his receptions with Marc Trestman calling the plays - along with Mike Evans with my first two picks. I followed those up with LeGarrette Blount and Martavis Bryant, before his suspension was announced of course.

Bob Harris had a similar strategy and said he was happy to grab A.J. Green and DeMarco Murray, picking last in this 18-team league with picks 18 and 19 overall.

“I’m not sure I've ever done an 18-team draft - certainly not drafting from the 18th spot,” Harris said. “My initial goal was to get at least one high-end RB and WR each with my first two picks and then see where things went from there. It worked perfectly through those first two picks, which is good. I was pretty pleased to come around and snag TE Travis Kelce with my third pick.”

 

Value and Surprises

The part of the draft that may best help subscribers is how the scouts viewed the surprises and value of the draft. So here is a look at some of the scouts views on how that part of the draft went:

Patrick Fitzmaurice

Surprise – Seeing Tom Brady fall to the 6th, 11 picks after Carson Palmer.

Value – Thought TEs Travis Kelce and Greg Olsen early in the fourth were steals.

Brandon Niles

Surprise – QBs going early, leaving someone to get value with guys like Andre Williams, Ronnie Hillman or Dan Herron.

Value – He liked his picks of Davante Adams (95) and Victor Cruz (131).

Dale Lolley

Surprise – There were some quality tight ends available later in the draft.

Value – Jeff Janis in round 10 and Markus Wheaton in round 9.

Matt Rittle

Surprise – How long tight ends lasted.

T.J. Hernandez

Surprise – How long tight ends lasted.

Value – Devin Funchess at 129 and Arian Foster at 101.

Bob Harris

Surprise – Lack of QBs when he was ready to draft one.

Value – Cecil Shorts in round 10.

Josh Moore

Value – “ It felt like there was no value in this draft.”

Chris Raybon

Surprise – Ifeanyi Momah

Value – Devin Funchess at 129.

Luis Escalante

Surprise – Getting Gronk at 1.12 and Justin Forsett going before Jeremy Hill, DeMarco Murray and LeSean McCoy.

Value – Gronk, McCoy at 2.7, Allen Robinson at 4.9.

Scott Pagel

Surprise – Josh Moore passing on many Lions.

Value – With FJax gone, Karlos Williams, if ever healthy again, could get me points. I also like Cole Beasley.

Draft Results
DraftPick Round Owner Player Team Pos Value
1 1 John Paulsen Antonio Brown PIT WR 342
2 1 Patrick Fitzmaurice Jamaal Charles KC RB 266
3 1 Russell Manalastas LeVeon Bell PIT RB 291
4 1 Matt Rittle Eddie Lacy GB RB 263
5 1 Chris Kucharski Adrian Peterson MIN RB 279
6 1 Dale Lolley Odell Beckham NYG WR 321
7 1 Josh Moore Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 329
8 1 4for4 Russ Dez Bryant DAL WR 307
9 1 Scot Berggren Julio Jones ATL WR 296
10 1 Jordan Heck Marshawn Lynch SEA RB 258
11 1 Chris Brown C.J. Anderson DEN RB 251
12 1 Luis Escalante Rob Gronkowski NE TE 265
13 1 Scott Pagel Justin Forsett BAL RB 237
14 1 Brandon Niles Andrew Luck IND QB 388
15 1 Chris Raybon Matt Forte CHI RB 248
16 1 T J Hernandez Jeremy Hill CIN RB 223
17 1 Andy Rioux Calvin Johnson DET WR 290
18 1 Bob Harris A.J. Green CIN WR 283
19 2 Bob Harris DeMarco Murray PHI RB 228
20 2 Andy Rioux Jordy Nelson GB WR 283
21 2 T J Hernandez Aaron Rodgers GB QB 382
22 2 Chris Raybon Randall Cobb GB WR 261
23 2 Brandon Niles LeSean McCoy BUF RB 225
24 2 Scott Pagel Mike Evans TB WR 256
25 2 Luis Escalante Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 254
26 2 Chris Brown Frank Gore IND RB 236
27 2 Jordan Heck Lamar Miller MIA RB 220
28 2 Scot Berggren T.Y. Hilton IND WR 253
29 2 4for4 Russ Brandin Cooks NO WR 254
30 2 Josh Moore Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 254
31 2 Dale Lolley Melvin Gordon SD RB 182
32 2 Chris Kucharski Julian Edelman NE WR 247
33 2 Matt Rittle Mark Ingram NO RB 193
34 2 Russell Manalastas DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 241
35 2 Patrick Fitzmaurice Jordan Matthews PHI WR 243
36 2 John Paulsen Alfred Morris WAS RB 185
37 3 John Paulsen C.J. Spiller NO RB 207
38 3 Patrick Fitzmaurice Andre Johnson IND WR 221
39 3 Russell Manalastas Latavius Murray OAK RB 176
40 3 Matt Rittle Golden Tate DET WR 221
41 3 Chris Kucharski Roddy White ATL WR 214
42 3 Dale Lolley Jimmy Graham SEA TE 222
43 3 Josh Moore Jonathan Stewart CAR RB 191
44 3 4for4 Russ Andre Ellington ARI RB 201
45 3 Scot Berggren T.J. Yeldon JAC RB 170
46 3 Jordan Heck Jarvis Landry MIA WR 215
47 3 Chris Brown Keenan Allen SD WR 222
48 3 Luis Escalante Ameer Abdullah DET RB 187
49 3 Scott Pagel LeGarrette Blount NE RB 162
50 3 Brandon Niles Carlos Hyde SF RB 158
51 3 Chris Raybon Joseph Randle DAL RB 179
52 3 T J Hernandez Joique Bell DET RB 158
53 3 Andy Rioux Russell Wilson SEA QB 350
54 3 Bob Harris Doug Martin TB RB 164
55 4 Bob Harris Travis Kelce KC TE 205
56 4 Andy Rioux Greg Olsen CAR TE 204
57 4 T J Hernandez Giovani Bernard CIN RB 176
58 4 Chris Raybon Peyton Manning DEN QB 340
59 4 Brandon Niles Amari Cooper OAK WR 215
60 4 Scott Pagel Martavis Bryant PIT WR 214
61 4 Luis Escalante Allen Robinson JAC WR 221
62 4 Chris Brown Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 217
63 4 Jordan Heck Martellus Bennett CHI TE 190
64 4 Scot Berggren Sammy Watkins BUF WR 212
65 4 4for4 Russ Todd Gurley STL RB 174
66 4 Josh Moore DeSean Jackson WAS WR 216
67 4 Dale Lolley Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB 330
68 4 Chris Kucharski Devonta Freeman ATL RB 144
69 4 Matt Rittle Drew Brees NO QB 325
70 4 Russell Manalastas Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 214
71 4 Patrick Fitzmaurice Chris Ivory NYJ RB 152
72 4 John Paulsen Jeremy Maclin KC WR 215
73 5 John Paulsen Shane Vereen NYG RB 161
74 5 Patrick Fitzmaurice Tony Romo DAL QB 308
75 5 Russell Manalastas Eli Manning NYG QB 325
76 5 Matt Rittle Anquan Boldin SF WR 211
77 5 Chris Kucharski Matt Ryan ATL QB 327
78 5 Dale Lolley Ryan Tannehill MIA QB 316
79 5 Josh Moore Cam Newton CAR QB 311
80 5 4for4 Russ Vincent Jackson TB WR 213
81 5 Scot Berggren Matthew Stafford DET QB 305
82 5 Jordan Heck Nelson Agholor PHI WR 195
83 5 Chris Brown Philip Rivers SD QB 308
84 5 Luis Escalante Danny Woodhead SD RB 139
85 5 Scott Pagel Carson Palmer ARI QB 293
86 5 Brandon Niles Mike Wallace MIN WR 193
87 5 Chris Raybon Rashad Jennings NYG RB 140
88 5 T J Hernandez Eric Decker NYJ WR 210
89 5 Andy Rioux Tevin Coleman ATL RB 135
90 5 Bob Harris John Brown ARI WR 192
91 6 Bob Harris Alfred Blue HOU RB 134
92 6 Andy Rioux Tre Mason STL RB 82
93 6 T J Hernandez Duke Johnson CLE RB 151
94 6 Chris Raybon Steve Smith BAL WR 203
95 6 Brandon Niles Davante Adams GB WR 178
96 6 Scott Pagel Tom Brady NE QB 250
97 6 Luis Escalante Charles Johnson MIN WR 188
98 6 Chris Brown Brandon LaFell NE WR 213
99 6 Jordan Heck Sam Bradford PHI QB 289
100 6 Scot Berggren Darren McFadden DAL RB 94
101 6 4for4 Russ Arian Foster HOU RB 144
102 6 Josh Moore Montee Ball DEN RB 102
103 6 Dale Lolley Isaiah Crowell CLE RB 119
104 6 Chris Kucharski Reggie Bush SF RB 123
105 6 Matt Rittle Ryan Mathews PHI RB 100
106 6 Russell Manalastas Eddie Royal CHI WR 170
107 6 Patrick Fitzmaurice Roy Helu OAK RB 115
108 6 John Paulsen Colin Kaepernick SF QB 296
109 7 John Paulsen Teddy Bridgewater MIN QB 288
110 7 Patrick Fitzmaurice David Johnson ARI RB 108
111 7 Russell Manalastas David Cobb TEN RB 87
112 7 Matt Rittle Kendall Wright TEN WR 192
113 7 Chris Kucharski Jordan Cameron MIA TE 155
114 7 Dale Lolley Torrey Smith SF WR 171
115 7 Josh Moore Jameis Winston TB QB 273
116 7 4for4 Russ Joe Flacco BAL QB 286
117 7 Scot Berggren Jason Witten DAL TE 155
118 7 Jordan Heck Jay Cutler CHI QB 288
119 7 Chris Brown Alex Smith KC QB 283
120 7 Luis Escalante Andy Dalton CIN QB 272
121 7 Scott Pagel Darren Sproles PHI RB 123
122 7 Brandon Niles Marcus Mariota TEN QB 258
123 7 Chris Raybon Derek Carr OAK QB 263
124 7 T J Hernandez Breshad Perriman BAL WR 176
125 7 Andy Rioux Blake Bortles JAC QB 268
126 7 Bob Harris Nick Foles STL QB 280
127 8 Bob Harris Ryan Fitzpatrick NYJ QB 238
128 8 Andy Rioux Bishop Sankey TEN RB 124
129 8 T J Hernandez Devin Funchess CAR WR 138
130 8 Chris Raybon Owen Daniels DEN TE 125
131 8 Brandon Niles Victor Cruz NYG WR 160
132 8 Scott Pagel Marques Colston NO WR 179
133 8 Luis Escalante Brian Hoyer HOU QB 143
134 8 Chris Brown Pierre Garcon WAS WR 185
135 8 Jordan Heck Michael Floyd ARI WR 171
136 8 Scot Berggren Knile Davis KC RB 93
137 8 4for4 Russ Robert Griffin WAS QB 280
138 8 Josh Moore Delanie Walker TEN TE 180
139 8 Dale Lolley Jonas Gray NE RB 44
140 8 Chris Kucharski Stevie Johnson SD WR 160
141 8 Matt Rittle Brian Quick STL WR 156
142 8 Russell Manalastas Julius Thomas JAC TE 153
143 8 Patrick Fitzmaurice Terrance Williams DAL WR 149
144 8 John Paulsen Zach Ertz PHI TE 166
145 9 John Paulsen Tyler Eifert CIN TE 128
146 9 Patrick Fitzmaurice Kyle Rudolph MIN TE 125
147 9 Russell Manalastas Tyrod Taylor Buffalo QB 0
148 9 Matt Rittle Antonio Gates SD TE 138
149 9 Chris Kucharski Kenny Stills MIA WR 155
150 9 Dale Lolley Markus Wheaton PIT WR 118
151 9 Josh Moore Josh Hill NO TE 123
152 9 4for4 Russ Austin Seferian-Jenkins TB TE 129
153 9 Scot Berggren Josh McCown CLE QB 207
154 9 Jordan Heck Michael Crabtree OAK WR 137
155 9 Chris Brown Dwayne Allen IND TE 126
156 9 Luis Escalante Matt Jones WAS RB 83
157 9 Scott Pagel Larry Donnell NYG TE 124
158 9 Brandon Niles Charles Sims TB RB 87
159 9 Chris Raybon Andre Williams NYG RB 92
160 9 T J Hernandez Marvin Jones CIN WR 134
161 9 Andy Rioux Doug Baldwin SEA WR 170
162 9 Bob Harris DeVante Parker MIA WR 157
163 10 Bob Harris Cecil Shorts HOU WR 82
164 10 Andy Rioux Rueben Randle NYG WR 141
165 10 T J Hernandez Jordan Reed WAS TE 128
166 10 Chris Raybon Ronnie Hillman DEN RB 32
167 10 Brandon Niles Fred Jackson BUF RB 100
168 10 Scott Pagel James Starks GB RB 80
169 10 Luis Escalante Phillip Dorsett IND WR 124
170 10 Chris Brown Branden Oliver SD RB 63
171 10 Jordan Heck Jerick McKinnon MIN RB 90
172 10 Scot Berggren Mohamed Sanu CIN WR 40
173 10 4for4 Russ Eric Ebron DET TE 102
174 10 Josh Moore Seattle Seahawks SEA DT 81
175 10 Dale Lolley Jeff Janis GB WR 24
176 10 Chris Kucharski DeAngelo Williams PIT RB 85
177 10 Matt Rittle Heath Miller PIT TE 126
178 10 Russell Manalastas Kenny Britt STL WR 143
179 10 Patrick Fitzmaurice Dorial Green-Beckham TEN WR 66
180 10 John Paulsen Allen Hurns JAC WR 133
181 11 John Paulsen Buffalo Bills BUF DT 81
182 11 Patrick Fitzmaurice Johnny Manziel Cle QB 0
183 11 Russell Manalastas Houston Texans HOU DT 80
184 11 Matt Rittle Khiry Robinson NO RB 57
185 11 Chris Kucharski Percy Harvin BUF WR 144
186 11 Dale Lolley Cameron Artis-Payne CAR RB 45
187 11 Josh Moore Dwayne Bowe CLE WR 146
188 11 4for4 Russ Philadelphia Eagles PHI DT 69
189 11 Scot Berggren Vernon Davis SF TE 97
190 11 Jordan Heck St. Louis Rams STL DT 77
191 11 Chris Brown Dan Herron IND RB 72
192 11 Luis Escalante Brandon Coleman NO WR 0
193 11 Scott Pagel Cole Beasley DAL WR 108
194 11 Brandon Niles Cordarrelle Patterson MIN WR 72
195 11 Chris Raybon Malcom Floyd SD WR 102
196 11 T J Hernandez Tyler Lockett SEA WR 25
197 11 Andy Rioux Terrance West CLE RB 66
198 11 Bob Harris Coby Fleener IND TE 113
199 12 Bob Harris James White NE RB 19
200 12 Andy Rioux Cody Latimer DEN WR 115
201 12 T J Hernandez Richard Rodgers GB TE 94
202 12 Chris Raybon Danny Amendola NE WR 54
203 12 Brandon Niles Travaris Cadet NE RB 11
204 12 Scott Pagel Arizona Cardinals ARI DT 77
205 12 Luis Escalante Ty Montgomery GB WR 0
206 12 Chris Brown Donte Moncrief IND WR 57
207 12 Jordan Heck Denard Robinson JAC RB 78
208 12 Scot Berggren New York Jets NYJ DT 73
209 12 4for4 Russ Chris Polk HOU RB 91
210 12 Josh Moore Robert Turbin SEA RB 74
211 12 Dale Lolley Jared Cook STL TE 118
212 12 Chris Kucharski Kansas City Chiefs KC DT 61
213 12 Matt Rittle Ladarius Green SD TE 116
214 12 Russell Manalastas Crockett Gillmore BAL TE 81
215 12 Patrick Fitzmaurice Javorius Allen BAL RB 80
216 12 John Paulsen Brandon Bolden NE RB 88
217 13 John Paulsen Brian Hartline CLE WR 54
218 13 Patrick Fitzmaurice Philly Brown CAR WR 73
219 13 Russell Manalastas Toby Gerhart JAC RB 81
220 13 Matt Rittle Miami Dolphins MIA DT 75
221 13 Chris Kucharski Mark Sanchez PHI QB 0
222 13 Dale Lolley Baltimore Ravens BAL DT 70
223 13 Josh Moore Zach Zenner Det RB 0
224 13 4for4 Russ Reggie Wayne NE WR 0
225 13 Scot Berggren Christine Michael SEA RB 40
226 13 Jordan Heck Charles Clay BUF TE 92
227 13 Chris Brown Green Bay Packers GB DT 71
228 13 Luis Escalante Denver Broncos DEN DT 69
229 13 Scott Pagel Maxx Williams BAL TE 55
230 13 Brandon Niles Carolina Panthers CAR DT 71
231 13 Chris Raybon Ben Watson NO TE 83
232 13 T J Hernandez Leonard Hankerson ATL WR 36
233 13 Andy Rioux Lance Dunbar DAL RB 93
234 13 Bob Harris Robert Woods BUF WR 72
235 14 Bob Harris Lorenzo Taliaferro BAL RB 80
236 14 Andy Rioux Josh Huff PHI WR 77
237 14 T J Hernandez New England Patriots NE DT 69
238 14 Chris Raybon Indianapolis Colts IND DT 73
239 14 Brandon Niles Virgil Green DEN TE 23
240 14 Scott Pagel Marquess Wilson CHI WR 37
241 14 Luis Escalante Jace Amaro NYJ TE 102
242 14 Chris Brown Greg Jennings MIA WR 99
243 14 Jordan Heck Andrew Hawkins CLE WR 132
244 14 Scot Berggren Tavon Austin STL WR 103
245 14 4for4 Russ Miles Austin PHI WR 8
246 14 Josh Moore Damien Williams MIA RB 59
247 14 Dale Lolley Kamar Aiken BAL WR 62
248 14 Chris Kucharski Jacob Tamme ATL TE 92
249 14 Matt Rittle Marqise Lee JAC WR 117
250 14 Russell Manalastas Rod Streater OAK WR 79
251 14 Patrick Fitzmaurice Mychal Rivera OAK TE 103
252 14 John Paulsen Antone Smith ATL RB 87
253 15 John Paulsen Andre Roberts WAS WR 122
254 15 Patrick Fitzmaurice Cincinnati Bengals CIN DT 67
255 15 Russell Manalastas Jaelen Strong HOU WR 63
256 15 Matt Rittle Stedman Bailey STL WR 109
257 15 Chris Kucharski Jeremy Langford CHI RB 23
258 15 Dale Lolley Aaron Dobson NE WR 37
259 15 Josh Moore Chris Matthews SEA WR 47
260 15 4for4 Russ Brent Celek PHI TE 60
261 15 Scot Berggren Stevan Ridley NYJ RB 27
262 15 Jordan Heck Riley Cooper PHI WR 36
263 15 Chris Brown DeAnthony Thomas KC RB 59
264 15 Luis Escalante Jay Ajayi MIA RB 40
265 15 Scott Pagel Karlos Williams Buf RB 0
266 15 Brandon Niles Scott Chandler NE TE 59
267 15 Chris Raybon Marlon Brown BAL WR 87
268 15 T J Hernandez Kirk Cousins WAS QB 0
269 15 Andy Rioux Detroit Lions DET DT 64
270 15 Bob Harris Minnesota Vikings MIN DT 66
271 16 Bob Harris Ifeanyi Momah Ari TE 0
272 16 Andy Rioux Marcedes Lewis JAC TE 29
273 16 T J Hernandez Darren Waller Bal RB 0
274 16 Chris Raybon Ted Ginn CAR WR 0
275 16 Brandon Niles Justin Hardy ATL WR 94
276 16 Scott Pagel Theo Riddick DET RB 70
277 16 Luis Escalante Jeff Cumberland NYJ TE 49
278 16 Chris Brown Matt Asiata MIN RB 25
279 16 Jordan Heck Chris Johnson Ari RB 0
280 16 Scot Berggren Kenjon Barner Phi RB 0
281 16 4for4 Russ Bryce Brown BUF RB 9
282 16 Josh Moore Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 111
283 16 Dale Lolley Bilal Powell NYJ RB 72
284 16 Chris Kucharski Josh Robinson IND RB 4
285 16 Matt Rittle Taylor Gabriel CLE WR 118
286 16 Russell Manalastas Dexter McCluster TEN RB 75
287 16 Patrick Fitzmaurice James Jones NYG WR 0
288 16 John Paulsen Devin Smith NYJ WR 58
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