Perfect Draft Series: Drafting 3rd in a 12 Team PPR

Perfect Draft Series: Drafting 3rd in a 12 Team PPR

By TJ Hernandez (Associate Editor), on Aug 17, 2015

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For 2015, 4for4.com has introduced the Draft Analyzer software to its already stellar lineup of customizable tools. Not only does Draft Analyzer already come pre-loaded with John Paulsen's rankings for 4for4 subscribers, but the software adjusts dynamically to subtle changes in your draft and modifies your recommended picks accordingly.

My favorite features to this new draft software are the ability to build your own draft plan and identify players that you want to target and avoid. The draft planner lets you tell the software the exact rounds that you want to target certain positions, while the target/avoid list will either take players off of your board or highlight players that you want around their ADP, even if they aren't the optimal recommendation.

Here are the restraints that I built into my draft, along with brief explanations:

Quarterbacks: No QB before Round 10 - I'm a firm believer in the late round quarterback strategy and streaming the "onesie" positions, especially in leagues that aren't too deep.

Running Backs: No RB before Round 3 - John Paulsen has discussed the safety of receivers versus running backs in the early rounds and if we should be drafting more wide receivers in the first round. I'm all in on early round receivers, especially in this format, which I'll explain shortly.

Tight Ends: 1st Round TE or no TE until Round 10 - Outside of Gronk, I'd argue that supply and demand dictates waiting until the late rounds to draft a tight end.

Team Defense: Almost always wait until your last pick.

This is a 12 team PPR league that starts 1 QB, 2 RB, 3WR, 1 TE, 1 Flex, and 1 Team Defense, with no kickers (because who really likes kickers?) and 7 bench spots. QB and TE are capped at two per roster, and no team can select more than one Team Defense. 

I'll be drafting from 3rd position, which may be one of the most difficult positions to draft from this year, especially in this league type. Without a clear consensus number one pick and a premium on wide receiver in a PPR league with up to 4 starting wide receivers, the early part of round one can go in many directions.

Target List: Allen Robinson and Eric Decker - With my plan to go with a wide receiver early approach, I want receiver depth that can help me dominate, not just compete in, my league. Allen Robinson is my sophomore wide receiver breakout candidate and Eric Decker's price doesn't account for his elite touchdown scoring ability.

I didn't avoid any players, as I believe every player can be a value at some point in the draft.

Round 1, Pick 3 - Antonio Brown, WR, Pittsburgh

I'm committed to the early wide receiver approach at any spot in the first half of the draft, but with LeVeon Bell and Adrian Peterson going 1-2, my pick is even easier, and Draft Analyzer agreed. No player, let alone wide receiver, has been as consistent as Antonio Brown over the last two seasons. Brown is a virtual lock for 5 catches per game and he's the primary target in one of the best scoring offenses in the league. In 2014, Pittsburgh ranked 4th in both pass attempts and wide receiver targets inside the red zone, and the Steelers boasted the 2nd highest percent of team touchdowns to receivers. Not only is Antonio Brown the most consistent receiver in the league, but he has as much upside as anyone at his position as well.

Round 2, Pick 10 - Alshon Jeffery, WR, Chicago

Draft Analyzer's top two recommendations were Mike Evans and Alshon Jeffery, wide receivers that are projected just one fantasy point apart. If I have to pick one wide receiver that's being drafted outside of the first round that has a shot to be the overall WR1, it's Jeffery. Alshon is coming off of consecutive top 10 PPR seasons, and is going into his first season as the clear primary target with Brandon Marshall gone and 1st round draft pick Kevin White starting the season on PUP. Chicago and Tampa Bay were both near the top of the league in percentage of team touchdowns to wide receivers last season, but the Bears' volume in the red zone was much higher than the Bucs. Evans will also be dealing with a rookie quarterback and be sharing targets with Vincent Jackson and Austin Seferian-Jenkins.

Round 3, Pick 3 - Lamar Miller, RB, Miami

The top two suggestions by Draft Analyzer at pick #27 were Frank Gore and Lamar Miller. Both picks are great options to anchor the running back position after starting with two stud wide receivers, but I actually like Lamar Miller's age and touchdown potential more. In 2014, Miami ranked in the top five in total plays, running back rushes and running back opportunities (rush attempts + targets) in both the red zone and inside the opponents 10 yard line. While the Colts had similar red zone volume, their percent of running back touches in the red zone and percent of team touchdowns by running backs ranked in the bottom five. Though these numbers could increase with Gore in the backfield, I'd rather take the player on the team that's already shown strong running back tendencies near the goal line.

Round 4, Pick 10 - Keenan Allen, WR, San Diego

Running backs dominated the top recommendations at this pick, with Draft Analyzer pointing to Joseph Randle, Todd Gurley, and Joique Bell. I have questions about all three of these backs, and in this format I want to dominate the wide receiver position. Allen was the top ranked wide receiver and is especially attractive as my WR3. The Chargers wideout had one of the great rookie receiver seasons in recent history, comparable to rookies like A.J. Green and Marques Colston. With Antonio Gates suspended and Philip Rivers under a new contract, Allen is a strong bounce back candidate coming off of a disappointing sophomore campaign.

Round 5, Pick 3 - Ameer Abdullah, RB, Detroit

Part of the reason that I felt comfortable passing on running back in the last round was because I saw Abdullah sitting behind the top three suggestions, and he is actually projected to score more fantasy points than Round 4's optimal selections. Over the last three seasons, there have been five instances of teams supporting two top-24 PPR backs. Two of those seasons came in Detroit. The Lions led the league in red zone targets to running backs last season, and they ran the 5th highest percentage of plays to running backs inside the opponents 10 yard line.

Round 6, Pick 10 - Allen Robinson, WR, Jacksonville

Doug Martin and LeGarrette Blount topped Draft Analyzer's optimal picks, but I had Allen Robinson targeted here and the other two teams drafting at the turn already had three running backs, so I was confident that one of the suggested backs would fall to me in the next round. In Weeks 2-10 last season, Robinson averaged 5.2 receptions on 8.7 targets and 12.6 PPR fantasy points per game, a pace that would have extrapolated to the PPR WR25 last year. New offensive coordinator, Greg Olson, has show a tendency to heavily favor his primary receiver, and Blake Bortles seeks out his receivers near the goal line. Last season, no team targeted their receivers on a higher percentage of red zone plays than the Jaguars. If they can increase their trips to the red zone, Robinson could be in for a monster season.

Round 7, Pick 3 - Doug Martin, RB, Tampa Bay

As expected, the running back options from Round 6 were still available after the turn. The fantasy community is down on Doug Martin after consecutive miserable seasons, but he is the favorite to do most of the backfield work in Tampa Bay this year. If any offensive coordinator is going to provide running back opportunity, it's Dirk Koetter. Over his play calling career, Koetter's backfields have averaged 28.7 touches and 25.2 PPR fantasy points per game. Even with sub-par running back talent in Atlanta, Koetter's backfields still ranked in the top 12 in PPR running back scoring each of the last three seasons.

Round 8, Pick 10 - Bishop Sankey, RB, Tennessee

This is the definition of being greedy while others are fearful. Without a solid running back stable, I'm OK with taking a flyer on Draft Analyzer's top recommendation. Sankey will battle David Cobb for touches, but the Titans spent significantly more draft capital on Sankey, so he should get the first crack at starter reps early in the season. Tennessee's offensive line is poor, but a mobile Marcus Mariota could open up things for the running game.

Mid-Draft Recap:

RB: Lamar Miller, Ameer Abdullah, Doug Martin, Bishop Sankey

WR: Antonio Brown, Alshon Jeffery, Keenan Allen, Allen Robinson

Round 9, Pick 3 - Eric Decker, WR, New York Jets

Despite my restriction on a tight end before the 10th Round, Draft Analyzer saw Delanie Walker as the clear top value, but I had Eric Decker as my target here, and he was the second ranked wide receiver on the board. There isn't a player that I will own more shares of in 2015 than Decker. Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker make up the perfect 1a, 1b wide receiver combo, but Decker is available four rounds later. Since 2012, 14 wide receiver teammates have finished a season as top 24 PPR receivers, and four of those instances included Decker and Marshall. Chan Gailey has shown that he can feature two prominent pass catchers as the focal point of his offense.

Round 10, Pick 10 - Darren Sproles, RB, Philadelphia

Ryan Tannehill was the optimal pick here, but quarterback is very deep this year, and every other team had already chosen a signal caller, so my options should be pretty open for a while. Although I like the potential of my running backs, it's a group that can very well fail altogether. There might not be another running back this late that can smooth out variance in a PPR league like Sproles, who had as many catches as Jamaal Charles last season. Chip Kelly has been emphatic this offseason that he wants to split up backfield touches more, and specifically target Sproles more in the passing game. The Eagles led the league in running back rush attempts and total running back opportunities inside the red zone last year, giving Sproles touchdown upside, as well.

Round 11, Pick 3 - Jason Witten, TE, Dallas

It's rare to find consistent tight end production this late in the draft, so it was easy to agree with Draft Analyzer on Witten. Despite declining production, Jason Witten was still 8th among tight ends in receptions in 2014 and Dallas should be more pass heavy this season. A dominant season by DeMarco Murray and exceptional game script resulted in an astronomical 553 touches by Dallas running backs last year. Natural regression should bring that number down. The Cowboys ranked 10th in percent of red zone targets to tight ends a year ago, meaning Witten's price might not account for increased scoring potential.

Round 12, Pick 10 - Ryan Tannehill, QB, Miami

Two rounds after being the optimal selection, Tannehill is still available, showing why it's important to keep track of other teams' rosters before blindly making draft decisions. The Dolphins ranked third in total red zone plays and fifth in red zone pass attempts last season, and Miami has significantly upgraded Tannehill's weapons. It's reasonable to assume that Miami will ramp up their passing attack in 2015, so Tannehill makes for a nice insurance policy on my early round running back, Lamar Miller.

Round 13, Pick 3 - Eddie Royal, WR, Chicago

Draft Analyzer will suggest a back up quarterback the rest of the way, but in this league size only one signal caller is necessary on draft day. Kevin White's injury might not be baked into Eddie Royal's price yet, so it's nice to get him while he's still very affordable. It might be hard to trust Adam Gase's play calling tendencies since he had Peyton Manning under center for two seasons, but Gase ran a pass-heavy system in Denver, and Chicago has recently favored the passing game, especially near the end zone. 84% of the Bears touchdowns in 2014 were accounted for by the quarterback, and Chicago receivers have ranked in the top 10 in percent of team touchdowns each of the last two seasons. Royal also serves as a handcuff to Alshon Jeffery, while still providing stand alone value.

Round 14, Pick 10 - Devin Funchess, WR, Carolina

Besides quarterback, Funchess was the top suggestion at pick #166. Kelvin Benjamin saw an absurd 145 targets in 2014, the highest for any rookie since Anquan Boldin, and the second most ever by a rookie wide receiver. Much of Benjamin's volume was due to the lack of a second wide receiver in Carolina, and Benjamin was woefully inefficient with his targets (50.3% catch rate, 7 yards per target). Since I expect Benjamin's target numbers to decline in 2015, it's fair to expect Funchess to see a decent amount of vloume in his rookie year.

Round 15, Pick 3  - Lance Dunbar, RB, Dallas

I'm not a Joseph Randle believer, and even if Randle does pan out, he's not a premier pass catcher. That's where Dunbar comes in. Dunbar out-snapped Randle 140-94 last season and caught 14 more balls than Randle. Dunbar is a lottery ticket at best, but if a pass catcher emerges from this backfield, my money is on Lance Dunbar.

Round 16, PIck 10 - Colts Team Defense

Since I'm planning on streaming my team defense, I just want a good Week 1 match up. The ideal streamer is a heavy home favorite, but the Colts on the road as 3 point favorites against the Bills lowly offense is a fine pick.

Final Roster:

Quarteback: Ryan Tannehill

Running Back: Lamar Miller, Ameer Abdullah, Doug Martin, Bishop Sankey, Darren Sproles, Lance Dunbar

Wide Receiver: Antonio Brown, Alshon Jeffery, Keenan Allen, Allen Robinson, Eric Decker, Eddie Royal, Devin Funchess

Tight End: Jason Witten

Team Defense: Colts

Given my early round strategy, I'm very pleased with my depth and upside at the skill positions. If any of my mid round running backs break out, this can be a dominant roster. There is enough depth in the player pool that I can stream quarterback, tight end and defense when needed, and I didn't spend enough on any of those positions to make me hesitant to do so. Because I didn't draft a backup quarterback, my total projected points rank second, but I have the best projected starting lineup by a comfortable margin.

Perfect Draft Results: Drafting 3rd in a 12 Team PPR League
# Round Pick Fantasy Team Name Pos Team Points ADP
1 1 1 Team 1 LeVeon Bell RB PIT 290 2
2 1 2 Team 2 Adrian Peterson RB MIN 280 1
3 1 3 Hernandez Antonio Brown WR PIT 340 3
4 1 4 Team 4 Jamaal Charles RB KC 261 4
5 1 5 Team 5 Odell Beckham WR NYG 324 7
6 1 6 Team 6 Eddie Lacy RB GB 265 5
7 1 7 Team 7 Marshawn Lynch RB SEA 261 6
8 1 8 Team 8 Julio Jones WR ATL 297 8
9 1 9 Team 9 Rob Gronkowski TE NE 264 10
10 1 10 Team 10 Matt Forte RB CHI 253 9
11 1 11 Team 11 C.J. Anderson RB DEN 254 11
12 1 12 Team 12 Dez Bryant WR DAL 309 12
13 2 1 Team 12 DeMarco Murray RB PHI 226 15
14 2 2 Team 11 Demaryius Thomas WR DEN 327 13
15 2 3 Team 10 LeSean McCoy RB BUF 224 14
16 2 4 Team 9 Calvin Johnson WR DET 291 16
17 2 5 Team 8 Jordy Nelson WR GB 284 17
18 2 6 Team 7 A.J. Green WR CIN 283 19
19 2 7 Team 6 Justin Forsett RB BAL 238 20
20 2 8 Team 5 Andrew Luck QB IND 360 22
21 2 9 Team 4 Randall Cobb WR GB 265 21
22 2 10 Hernandez Alshon Jeffery WR CHI 258 25
23 2 11 Team 2 Jeremy Hill RB CIN 223 18
24 2 12 Team 1 T.Y. Hilton WR IND 251 23
25 3 1 Team 1 Mike Evans WR TB 259 24
26 3 2 Team 2 Aaron Rodgers QB GB 352 26
27 3 3 Hernandez Lamar Miller RB MIA 219 29
28 3 4 Team 4 Melvin Gordon RB SD 183 28
29 3 5 Team 5 Jimmy Graham TE SEA 221 27
30 3 6 Team 6 Emmanuel Sanders WR DEN 252 30
31 3 7 Team 7 Brandin Cooks WR NO 250 31
32 3 8 Team 8 Kelvin Benjamin WR CAR 233 33
33 3 9 Team 9 Frank Gore RB IND 234 32
34 3 10 Team 10 DeAndre Hopkins WR HOU 242 34
35 3 11 Team 11 Andre Ellington RB ARI 200 36
36 3 12 Team 12 C.J. Spiller RB NO 205 35
37 4 1 Team 12 Latavius Murray RB OAK 182 39
38 4 2 Team 11 Jordan Matthews WR PHI 242 38
39 4 3 Team 10 Mark Ingram RB NO 190 37
40 4 4 Team 9 Alfred Morris RB WAS 187 40
41 4 5 Team 8 Julian Edelman WR NE 245 42
42 4 6 Team 7 Carlos Hyde RB SF 159 41
43 4 7 Team 6 Andre Johnson WR IND 221 44
44 4 8 Team 5 Golden Tate WR DET 221 45
45 4 9 Team 4 Jonathan Stewart RB CAR 191 46
46 4 10 Hernandez Keenan Allen WR SD 223 54
47 4 11 Team 2 Travis Kelce TE KC 202 47
48 4 12 Team 1 Todd Gurley RB STL 172 48
49 5 1 Team 1 Joseph Randle RB DAL 178 43
50 5 2 Team 2 Joique Bell RB DET 163 50
51 5 3 Hernandez Ameer Abdullah RB DET 184 64
52 5 4 Team 4 Sammy Watkins WR BUF 212 49
53 5 5 Team 5 T.J. Yeldon RB JAC 164 53
54 5 6 Team 6 Peyton Manning QB DEN 312 51
55 5 7 Team 7 Drew Brees QB NO 299 52
56 5 8 Team 8 Giovani Bernard RB CIN 174 56
57 5 9 Team 9 Amari Cooper WR OAK 216 58
58 5 10 Team 10 Greg Olsen TE CAR 202 55
59 5 11 Team 11 Jeremy Maclin WR KC 215 57
60 5 12 Team 12 Brandon Marshall WR NYJ 216 61
61 6 1 Team 12 Martavis Bryant WR PIT 215 60
62 6 2 Team 11 DeSean Jackson WR WAS 215 59
63 6 3 Team 10 Russell Wilson QB SEA 321 62
64 6 4 Team 9 Jarvis Landry WR MIA 220 63
65 6 5 Team 8 Rashad Jennings RB NYG 138 66
66 6 6 Team 7 Shane Vereen RB NYG 162 67
67 6 7 Team 6 Martellus Bennett TE CHI 189 68
68 6 8 Team 5 Tevin Coleman RB ATL 135 65
69 6 9 Team 4 Ben Roethlisberger QB PIT 299 69
70 6 10 Hernandez Allen Robinson WR JAC 219 70
71 6 11 Team 2 Vincent Jackson WR TB 213 71
72 6 12 Team 1 Roddy White WR ATL 216 76
73 7 1 Team 1 Cam Newton QB CAR 298 77
74 7 2 Team 2 Larry Fitzgerald WR ARI 222 80
75 7 3 Hernandez Doug Martin RB TB 164 78
76 7 4 Team 4 Brandon LaFell WR NE 214 74
77 7 5 Team 5 LeGarrette Blount RB NE 163 75
78 7 6 Team 6 Chris Ivory RB NYJ 150 82
79 7 7 Team 7 Mike Wallace WR MIN 192 79
80 7 8 Team 8 Matt Ryan QB ATL 297 72
81 7 9 Team 9 Matthew Stafford QB DET 277 81
82 7 10 Team 10 Kevin White WR CHI 80 87
83 7 11 Team 11 Eli Manning QB NYG 294 91
84 7 12 Team 12 Tony Romo QB DAL 283 88
85 8 1 Team 12 Victor Cruz WR NYG 159 84
86 8 2 Team 11 Devonta Freeman RB ATL 143 85
87 8 3 Team 10 Nelson Agholor WR PHI 192 83
88 8 4 Team 9 Alfred Blue RB HOU 116 86
89 8 5 Team 8 Julius Thomas TE JAC 153 89
90 8 6 Team 7 Jordan Cameron TE MIA 155 92
91 8 7 Team 6 Darren McFadden RB DAL 96 90
92 8 8 Team 5 Duke Johnson RB CLE 150 93
93 8 9 Team 4 Charles Johnson WR MIN 185 94
94 8 10 Hernandez Bishop Sankey RB TEN 119 98
95 8 11 Team 2 Michael Floyd WR ARI 171 95
96 8 12 Team 1 Zach Ertz TE PHI 150 96
97 9 1 Team 1 Breshad Perriman WR BAL 179 96
98 9 2 Team 2 Tre Mason RB STL 86 99
99 9 3 Hernandez Eric Decker WR NYJ 211 106
100 9 4 Team 4 Torrey Smith WR SF 172 100
101 9 5 Team 5 Reggie Bush RB SF 124 104
102 9 6 Team 6 Isaiah Crowell RB CLE 121 101
103 9 7 Team 7 Ryan Mathews RB PHI 100 103
104 9 8 Team 8 Pierre Garcon WR WAS 186 109
105 9 9 Team 9 Charles Sims RB TB 90 110
106 9 10 Team 10 Anquan Boldin WR SF 214 108
107 9 11 Team 11 Steve Smith WR BAL 204 105
108 9 12 Team 12 Owen Daniels TE DEN 124 111
109 10 1 Team 12 DeVante Parker WR MIA 139 112
110 10 2 Team 11 Josh Hill TE NO 124 107
111 10 3 Team 10 John Brown WR ARI 190 113
112 10 4 Team 9 David Cobb RB TEN 90 116
113 10 5 Team 8 Davante Adams WR GB 179 114
114 10 6 Team 7 Jay Ajayi RB MIA 40 119
115 10 7 Team 6 Danny Woodhead RB SD 143 121
116 10 8 Team 5 David Johnson RB ARI 96 118
117 10 9 Team 4 Delanie Walker TE TEN 178 118
118 10 10 Hernandez Darren Sproles RB PHI 123 122
119 10 11 Team 2 Knile Davis RB KC 91 123
120 10 12 Team 1 Percy Harvin WR BUF 139 124
121 11 1 Team 1 Marques Colston WR NO 180 125
122 11 2 Team 2 Kenny Stills WR MIA 157 129
123 11 3 Hernandez Jason Witten TE DAL 157 128
124 11 4 Team 4 Terrance Williams WR DAL 147 130
125 11 5 Team 5 Kendall Wright WR TEN 192 126
126 11 6 Team 6 Cody Latimer WR DEN 114 133
127 11 7 Team 7 Brian Quick WR STL 156 139
128 11 8 Team 8 Montee Ball RB DEN 101 132
129 11 9 Team 9 Arian Foster RB HOU 157 145
130 11 10 Team 10 DeAngelo Williams RB PIT 80 143
131 11 11 Team 11 Andre Williams RB NYG 88 140
132 11 12 Team 12 Rueben Randle WR NYG 141 147
133 12 1 Team 12 Jerick McKinnon RB MIN 96 149
134 12 2 Team 11 Roy Helu RB OAK 118 154
135 12 3 Team 10 Fred Jackson RB BUF 99 156
136 12 4 Team 9 Marvin Jones WR CIN 132 159
137 12 5 Team 8 Donte Moncrief WR IND 55 160
138 12 6 Team 7 Denard Robinson RB JAC 79 164
139 12 7 Team 6 Michael Crabtree WR OAK 150 169
140 12 8 Team 5 Cordarrelle Patterson WR MIN 71 173
141 12 9 Team 4 James White RB NE 42 165
142 12 10 Hernandez Ryan Tannehill QB MIA 293 102
143 12 11 Team 2 Theo Riddick RB DET 69 148
144 12 12 Team 1 Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 25 185
145 13 1 Team 1 Terrance West RB CLE 66 167
146 13 2 Team 2 Phillip Dorsett WR IND 122 192
147 13 3 Hernandez Eddie Royal WR CHI 189 234
148 13 4 Team 4 Dan Herron RB IND 74 183
149 13 5 Team 5 Dwayne Bowe WR CLE 144 193
150 13 6 Team 6 Doug Baldwin WR SEA 169 195
151 13 7 Team 7 Jaelen Strong WR HOU 64 198
152 13 8 Team 8 Branden Oliver RB SD 66 191
153 13 9 Team 9 Devin Smith WR NYJ 57 199
154 13 10 Team 10 Matt Jones RB WAS 87 197
155 13 11 Team 11 Marqise Lee WR JAC 113 200
156 13 12 Team 12 Zac Stacy RB NYJ 70 209
157 14 1 Team 12 Ronnie Hillman RB DEN 26 214
158 14 2 Team 11 Stevie Johnson WR SD 159 204
159 14 3 Team 10 Mohamed Sanu WR CIN 42 205
160 14 4 Team 9 Kenny Britt WR STL 145 207
161 14 5 Team 8 Cameron Artis-Payne RB CAR 47 219
162 14 6 Team 7 Cole Beasley WR DAL 107 231
163 14 7 Team 6 Malcom Floyd WR SD 98 232
164 14 8 Team 5 Josh Huff WR PHI 77 243
165 14 9 Team 4 Christine Michael RB SEA 36 222
166 14 10 Hernandez Devin Funchess WR CAR 138 285
167 14 11 Team 2 Allen Hurns WR JAC 132 250
168 14 12 Team 1 James Starks RB GB 85 223
169 15 1 Team 1 Tom Brady QB NE 230 97
170 15 2 Team 2 Seattle Seahawks DT SEA 64 117
171 15 3 Hernandez Lance Dunbar RB DAL 94 224
172 15 4 Team 4 Philip Rivers QB SD 285 115
173 15 5 Team 5 Joe Flacco QB BAL 266 120
174 15 6 Team 6 Houston Texans DT HOU 63 134
175 15 7 Team 7 New York Jets DT NYJ 58 135
176 15 8 Team 8 Buffalo Bills DT BUF 63 131
177 15 9 Team 9 Sam Bradford QB PHI 266 136
178 15 10 Team 10 Colin Kaepernick QB SF 275 137
179 15 11 Team 11 Teddy Bridgewater QB MIN 266 138
180 15 12 Team 12 St. Louis Rams DT STL 61 142
181 16 1 Team 12 Coby Fleener TE IND 114 141
182 16 2 Team 11 Larry Donnell TE NYG 123 155
183 16 3 Team 10 Dwayne Allen TE IND 124 146
184 16 4 Team 9 Antonio Gates TE SD 134 157
185 16 5 Team 8 Carson Palmer QB ARI 272 152
186 16 6 Team 7 Vernon Davis TE SF 97 153
187 16 7 Team 6 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE TB 127 162
188 16 8 Team 5 Miami Dolphins DT MIA 59 163
189 16 9 Team 4 Eric Ebron TE DET 103 177
190 16 10 Hernandez Indianapolis Colts DT IND 58 283
191 16 11 Team 2 Jordan Reed TE WAS 126 171
192 16 12 Team 1 Arizona Cardinals DT ARI 60 175
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