Mock Draft Round 1

Posted: July 28, 2013 by Sports Time Radio in Uncategorized
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Sports Time Radio has asked me to help everyone prepare for the 2013 season of Fantasy Football. I am going to release each week a mock draft. Our mock draft will be a 20 team mock draft and is a PPR league. I will release rounds 1-5. Then based on what has transpired in preseason I will adjust my rankings and redraft each week.

Before I release this week’s mock draft I want to update everyone on key injuries that will affect your draft.

1) Jeremy Maclin – Out for 2013 season

2) Dennis Pita – Out for 2013 season

3) Percy Harvin – Looks like surgery but the time table is not clear. I think it will be significant part of the season. Monitor this closely. He currently has been taken off my board until I see he can play this year.

4) Ben Roethlisberger – Soreness on in his surgically repaired right knee. Nobody has called this a setback, but it is worth watching. He has not fallen on my board yet. He remains number 14 on my board of fantasy QBs.

Let’s start round 1

Team

Round 1

Postion

Team

1

Adrian Peterson

RB

Vikings

2

Arian Foster

RB

Texans

3

Doug Martin

RB

Tampa Bay

4

Calvin Johnson

WR

Lions

5

Marshawn Lynch

RB

Seattle

6

Jamel Charles

RB

Chiefs

7

LeSean McCoy

RB

Eagels

8

Ray Rice

RB

Ravens

9

Brandon Marshall

WR

Bears

10

Aaron Rogers

QB

Green Bay

11

Matt Forte

RB

Bears

12

Drew Brees

QB

Saints

13

Payton Manning

QB

Broncos

14

Alfred Morris

RB

Redskins

15

CJ Spiller

RB

Bills

16

M.J.D

RB

Jacksonville

17

Trent Richardson

RB

Browns

18

Andre Johnson

WR

Texans

19

Dez Byrant

WR

Cowboys

20

Julio Jones

WR

Falcons

Round one is dominated by running backs. If you draft at the top of your draft the only decision you need to make is what running back you will take.

This is the deepest QB draft I can remember, so you can wait a little on this position. I do feel the top three QBs are worth taking in the middle to late first round.

Last year Calvin Johnson and Brandon Marshall scored as many points as the elite running backs did. These two wide receivers are worth taking in the top 10.

I will release round two on Monday 7/29.

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