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Staff PPR Mock Draft Results (June)


12 Team PPR Mock Draft Results

The Gridiron Experts staff organized a 12 team PPR Mock Draft for the month of June. The results of that draft along with staff recap and thoughts are listed below. Click on the tab button to see a recap of each team as a complete roster. We did not draft Kickers or Team Defense’s and drafted under the assumption that the starting lineup would be QB, 2RB, 3WR, Flex, TE.

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Draft Results

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Team Results

Nick Olson
  1. Todd Gurley, LAR
  2. Amari Cooper, OAK
  3. Aaron Rodgers, GB
  4. Brandin Cooks, LAR
  5. Derrick Henry, TEN
  6. Jimmy Graham, GB
  7. Carlos Hyde, CLE
  8. Calvin Ridley, ATL
  9. Emmanuel Sanders, DEN
  10. Matt Ryan, ATL
  11. Jordy Nelson, OAK
  12. Matt Breida, SF
  13. OJ Howard, TB
  14. Jordan Matthews, NE
  15. Latavius Murray, MIN
  16. Corey Coleman, CLE
Mike Hauff
  1. David Johnson, ARI
  2. Jerick McKinnon, SF
  3. Adam Thielen, MIN
  4. Demaryius Thomas, DEN
  5. JuJu Smith-Schuster, PIT
  6. Greg Olsen, CAR
  7. Tom Brady, NE
  8. Marquise Goodwin, SF
  9. Isaiah Crowell, NYJ
  10. Allen Hurns, DAL
  11. Kelvin Benjamin, BUF
  12. Giovani Bernard, CIN
  13. Paul Richardson, WAS
  14. Hayden Hurst, BAL
  15. Alex Smith, WAS
  16. Spencer Ware, KC
Anthony Cervino
  1. Ezekiel Elliott, DAL
  2. Tyreek Hill, KC
  3. Jordan Howard, CHI
  4. Jarvis Landry, CLE
  5. Julian Edelman, NE
  6. Trey Burton, CHI
  7. Kirk Cousins, MIN
  8. Rex Burkhead, NE
  9. Michael Gallup, DAL
  10. D’Onta Foreman, HOU
  11. Chris Godwin, TB
  12. Peyton Barber, TB
  13. Brandon Marshall, SEA
  14. Dak Prescott, DAL
  15. Chris Ivory, BUF
  16. Luke Willson, DET
Joe Hulbert
  1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT
  2. Devonta Freeman, ATL
  3. TY Hilton, IND
  4. Zach Ertz, PHI
  5. Corey Davis, TEN
  6. Lamar Miller, HOU
  7. Cam Newton, CAR
  8. Pierre Garcon, SF
  9. Chris Thompson, WAS
  10. Kenny Stills, MIA
  11. Marqise Lee, JAC
  12. Mike Gesicki, MIA
  13. Marcus Mariota, TEN
  14. Austin Ekeler, LAC
  15. Kenneth Dixon, BAL
  16. Keke Coutee, HOU
Phil Clark
  1. Antonio Brown, PIT
  2. Christian McCaffrey, CAR
  3. Joe Mixon, CIN
  4. Sony Michel, NE
  5. Marvin Jones, DET
  6. Evan Engram, NYG
  7. Jamison Crowder, WAS
  8. Matthew Stafford, DET
  9. Aaron Jones, GB
  10. Rishard Matthews, TEN
  11. Jimmy Garoppolo, SF
  12. Nyheim Hines, IND
  13. Cameron Brate, TB
  14. Devontae Booker, DEN
  15. Danny Amendola, MIA
  16. Dede Westbrook, JAC
Derek Wiley
  1. DeAndre Hopkins, HOU
  2. AJ Green, CIN
  3. Stefon Diggs, MIN
  4. Rashaad Penny, SEA
  5. Alex Collins, BAL
  6. Robert Woods, LAR
  7. Carson Wentz, PHI
  8. Marlon Mack, IND
  9. David Njoku, CLE
  10. CJ Anderson, CAR
  11. Jordan Reed, WAS
  12. Doug Martin, OAK
  13. Anthony Miller, CHI
  14. Jared Goff, LAR
  15. Trey Edmunds, NO
  16. John Ross, CIN
Paul Alan
  1. Odell Beckham Jr, NYG
  2. Dalvin Cook, MIN
  3. Doug Baldwin, SEA
  4. Russell Wilson, SEA
  5. Josh Gordon, CLE
  6. Royce Freeman, DEN
  7. Tevin Coleman, ATL
  8. Kyle Rudolph, MIN
  9. Duke Johnson, CLE
  10. Dez Bryant,
  11. Ty Montgomery, GB
  12. George Kittle, SF
  13. Martavis Bryant, OAK
  14. Mike Wallace, PHI
  15. Mitch Trubisky, CHI
  16. Donte Moncrief, JAC
Mike Rigz
  1. Saquon Barkley, NYG
  2. Mike Evans, TB
  3. LeSean McCoy, BUF
  4. Deshaun Watson, HOU
  5. Sammy Watkins, KC
  6. Will Fuller, HOU
  7. Nelson Agholor, PHI
  8. Nick Chubb, CLE
  9. Mike Williams, LAC
  10. Cameron Meredith, NO
  11. Jack Doyle, IND
  12. Frank Gore, MIA
  13. Andrew Luck, IND
  14. LeGarrette Blount, DET
  15. Vance McDonald, PIT
  16. Baker Mayfield, CLE
Neil Dutton
  1. Alvin Kamara, NO
  2. Davante Adams, GB
  3. Derrius Guice, WAS
  4. Alshon Jeffery, PHI
  5. Michael Crabtree, BAL
  6. Cooper Kupp, LAR
  7. Tarik Cohen, CHI
  8. Christian Kirk, ARI
  9. Marshawn Lynch, OAK
  10. Corey Clement, PHI
  11. Tyrell Williams, LAC
  12. Philip Rivers, LAC
  13. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
  14. DeSean Jackson, TB
  15. Albert Wilson, MIA
  16. Taywan Taylor, TEN
Zach Greubel
  1. Julio Jones, ATL
  2. Keenan Allen, LAC
  3. Allen Robinson, CHI
  4. Kenyan Drake, MIA
  5. Mark Ingram, NO
  6. Ronald Jones II, TB
  7. Delanie Walker, TEN
  8. Sterling Shepard, NYG
  9. Chris Hogan, NE
  10. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT
  11. Theo Riddick, DET
  12. Bilal Powell, NYJ
  13. Patrick Mahomes, KC
  14. Geronimo Allison, GB
  15. Ricky Seals-Jones, ARI
  16. Ted Ginn, NO
Jody Smith
  1. Kareem Hunt, KC
  2. Melvin Gordon, LAC
  3. Rob Gronkowski, NE
  4. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI
  5. Devin Funchess, CAR
  6. Devante Parker, MIA
  7. Kerryon Johnson, DET
  8. Randall Cobb, GB
  9. Jamaal Williams, GB
  10. Jameis Winston, TB
  11. Tyler Lockett, SEA
  12. Tyler Eifert, CIN
  13. Josh Doctson, WAS
  14. Darren Sproles, PHI
  15. Jordan Wilkins, IND
  16. Mohamed Sanu, ATL
Brad Castronovo
  1. Michael Thomas, NO
  2. Leonard Fournette, JAC
  3. Travis Kelce, KC
  4. Golden Tate, DET
  5. Jay Ajayi, PHI
  6. Dion Lewis, TEN
  7. DJ Moore, CAR
  8. Drew Brees, NO
  9. Robby Anderson, NYJ
  10. Kenny Golladay, DET
  11. Courtland Sutton, DEN
  12. James White, NE
  13. Kalen Ballage, MIA
  14. James Washington, PIT
  15. Eric Ebron, IND
  16. Derek Carr, OAK
Gridiron Experts Staff Thoughts and Insight

 

Who was one player you drafted ahead of their ADP and why?

Cameron Meredith[avatar user=”MikeRigz” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Mike Rigz – I reached on Cameron Meredith from the Saints. I drafted him in the 10th round. His ADP, (depending on where you look) is usually in the middle of the 12th round. That’s a big reach for me, but I don’t feel it’s a costly one. I think Meredith is currently undervalued. The former Bear signed a two year, $9.5 million offer sheet as a restricted free agent. The Saints wouldn’t have taken that risk without doing their homework on his injury, I fully expect him to return healthy this season.

Meredith is only 25-years-old and will be catching passes from Drew Brees in 2018. Meredith was my 5th WR drafted, so there is no pressure on him to perform right away. I view Meredith as I player I could use down the stretch, giving him time to recover and work his way into that high powered Saints offense. Not every player needs to ready to go week one, it’s a long season, and there is nothing wrong with investing in a player that could help you mid-season. @MikeRigz

[avatar user=”Anthony Cervino” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Anthony Cervino – My favorite reach ahead of his ADP is Bills RB Chris Ivory. Currently sitting without an ADP on Fantasy Football Calculator, I believe Ivory has tremendous upside entering 2018. Not only is LeSean McCoy coming off of a 2017 season in which he garnered his most touches (346) since 2014, but in 2 of the past 3 seasons, Bills RB2s totaled at least nine TDs behind McCoy — Karlos Williams and Mike Gilislee in 2015 and 2016. For whatever reason, Jonathan Williams, who garnered a ton of hype for the before-mentioned reasons, did not pan out in Buffalo — he was cut prior to the start of the season and replaced by an aged and slowed down Mike Tolbert, which did not end well, leaving McCoy to carry the load. In 2018, it will be different. While both McCoy and Ivory are 30-years-old, Ivory is less beat up — he’s primarily been a complementary rusher in his career while Shady has been in a featured role everywhere he’s been. Moreover, he’s a better talent and a vast upgrade at the RB2 spot over Tolbert. I expect big things out of Ivory compared to his ADP. He is in a prime spot to make an impact. Expecting 8-to-10 total TDs is not too far-fetched on an offense that must run the football to protect their shaky QB situation and I just don’t think McCoy can produce at a high level and remain healthy for a full 16-game slate if he gets anywhere close to 346 touches again. @TheRealNFLGuru

[avatar user=”Jody Smith” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Jody Smith – Devante Parker, which is odd because I’m not a Parker truther at all. In fact, I regularly advocate avoiding him altogether and taking Kenny Stills two rounds later. This was an odd draft, overall as I’d talked up going WR/WR/WR to the group prior to the draft only to end up starting RB/RB and having to play catch-up at WR, which explains the reach for Parker.  @JodySmithNFL

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Zach Greubel – I didn’t feel completely comfortable taking Mark Ingram as the RB23, even though that’s not too far off his RB25 ADP. I’m not big on Ingram this year since he’ll be missing a quarter of the season and has Alvin Kamara with whom to split touches. I do see Ingram as more of a high-end RB3 than a low-end RB2. Nevertheless, I was in dire need of an RB2 and knew I could add some depth later, which ended up being Ronald Jones.  @ZachGreubel

Carlos Hyde[avatar user=”Nick Olson” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Nick Olson – I drafted Carlos Hyde #73 overall. Hyde’s current ADP is 101 and I just feel that he’s going too far under the radar. The hiring of Todd Haley as offensive coordinator creates a world of potential for Hyde this season. I do not forsee rookie Nick Chubb outplaying Hyde in camp and I expect Hyde to be the #1 back at the start of 2018.  @CoachO37

[avatar user=”Derek Wiley” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Derek Wiley – I drafted David Njoku at 9.06 pick 102. His current ADP is 13.06 pick 155. I took Njoku early because he has the athleticism to become a major factor in the Browns passing offense. Tyrod always utilizes his Tight End’s and if Mayfield starts, TEs are often targeted by rookie Quarterbacks as safety valves. I believe Njoku is going to get his targets and is primed for a 2nd-year breakout.  @dwiley1223

[avatar user=”Brad Castronovo” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Brad Castronovo – I really dug deep to grab Kenny Golladay when I did. I remember scrolling down pretty far, but knowing that I had the 12th pick turn and that he definitely wouldn’t be making it back to me 20+ picks later. I feel that with Stafford’s pass volume and Golladay’s freakish talent, that we just saw the tip of the iceberg last year. If fully healthy this year, I think Golladay can make a major leap and transform into one of the elite young receivers in the NFL. With a pass-happy offense and a questionable backfield, I think he’s in the right system to make a splash. @bkc78

[avatar user=”Joe Hulbert” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Joe Hulbert – I drafted Mike Gesicki at #141, despite his ADP being in the high 180s. My reason for this was simple; Adam Gase’s favorite formation is to line up three wideouts on one side and isolate a Tight End on a smaller corner on the other side. Gesicki may have some slight separation issues, but he will be the main man in the Dolphins red zone offense from day one. Adam Gase loves any formation with a Y-Iso, and Gesicki should be able to make use of his large frame and provide the same production Adam Gase got from Julius Thomas in Denver @HulbertJoe

[avatar user=”Michael Hauff” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Michael Hauff – According to Fantasy Football Calculator, there really aren’t a ton of players that I had reached on. All that being considered, I did take Marquise Goodwin a bit ahead of his ADP with the 11th pick in the eighth round. While I firmly believe Pierre Garcon will lead the 49ers receivers in PPR scoring, Goodwin is still a worthy option and will have touchdown upside. Couple that with a target of mine in Rex Burkhead coming off the board just one pick before my turn, my choice was clear. @TheFFRealist

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Paul Alan – When I took Dez Bryant, who is currently not even on a roster, in the tenth round, I knew it would raise some eyebrows. However, I believe that it is not a question of if he will sign, but rather when he will sign. Whether Dez finds a roster based on playoff potential, an injury at the receiver position, or just takes a “prove-it” deal prior to camp, I believe he still has plenty in the tank and his ability to play both inside and out will bode well for his fantasy prospects in any system.

I believe his lackluster 2017 season can be partially attributed to quarterback Dak Prescott not taking chances on 50/50 balls for Dez the way that Romo had done in the past. We know just how charismatic and passionate Bryant is as a player, so to think he shows up to any team camp without leaving it all on the field is hard to fathom. When the other receivers available in the tenth round were Rishard Matthews and Kenny Stills, it was simply too hard to resist the fantasy ceiling that comes with Dez Bryant. @PaulAlanNFL

 

Who was your favorite pick and why?

[avatar user=”Michael Hauff” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Michael Hauff – My favorite pick would have to be Jerick McKinnon late in the second round. Last season, Carlos Hyde would receive 88 targets in Kyle Shanahan’s offense. He would catch 59 of those 88 targets which are more than his first three seasons combined. Some would argue that Hyde, who not moves on to Cleveland, wasn’t even a fit for that role. Jerick McKinnon is and in a PPR league, he and David Johnson will do some serious damage. @TheFFRealist

[avatar user=”Jody Smith” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Jody Smith – I drafted Packers Jamaal Williams at 9.11. That was a good two rounds later than I normally see him go. I think William’s is going to at least start the season as the Green Bay Packers RB1, so to nab him this late was a tremendous value pick. @JodySmithNFL

[avatar user=”Zach12345″ size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Zach Greubel – I really liked where I grabbed Chris Hogan at 9.10. He sat out nearly half of the 2017 season because of a shoulder injury, but he’s good to go now and will be the Patriots’ primary wide receiver for the first four games while Julian Edelman serves his suspension. Hogan was putting up borderline WR2 numbers before the injury bug bit a year ago. I was thrilled to take him as the WR47 and my fifth wide receiver since his current ADP is WR30. I would have liked him there even if Edelman wasn’t suspended. @ZachGreubel

Travis Kelce[avatar user=”Brad Castronovo” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Brad Castronovo – I was really pumped to grab Travis Kelce at pick #36. Usually, I’m hammering WR and RBs at this point in the draft… but with Kelce sitting there in a full PPR format, I simply couldn’t resist. I think Patrick Mahomes might be able to unlock a level of production we haven’t seen before from #87, and that a healthy Kelce will challenge Gronk for the TE1 throne by the end of the season. Call me crazy, but with the drama surrounding Gronkowski, and his injury history, I think it’s time for a changing of the guard. @bkc78

[avatar user=”Nick Olson” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Nick Olson – Jordan Matthews at #168. With Julian Edelman facing a 4-game PED suspension, Matthews stock is rising. When healthy and with a competent QB throwing him the ball Matthews has produced. With Tom Brady chucking him the rock, Matthews may wind up being one of the top sleepers of 2018.  @CoachO37

[avatar user=”Derek Wiley” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Derek Wiley – I selected Jordan Reed at 11.06 which is pick 126 overall. I understand the injury risk which is why Reed was drafted as my #2 TE. Grabbing Reed in the 11th knowing his ceiling, especially with Alex Smith and how much he loves his TEs, is a steal. Reed has the potential to provide TE1 overall production.  – @dwiley1223

[avatar user=”MikeRigz” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Mike Rigz – LeSean McCoy at 3.8 is a great value pick whether you like him or not. Frankly, I’m a little tired of hearing about how terrible of a season he had last year. He still ended up being the RB7 in PPR fantasy leagues despite only scoring 8 TDs. As my third pick in this draft and my RB2, I could have done way worse. @MikeRigz

[avatar user=”Joe Hulbert” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Joe Hulbert – My favorite pick was Marcus Mariota at 13.04, and I honestly believe he will be a QB1 this year. The main issue for him last year was Mike Mularkey’s outdated scheme that used weird formations. Matt LaFleur will simplify things and get Davis used with more variety, and the emergence of a speed receiver such as Taywan Taylor could see Marcus Mariota be a top 5 QB this year. Essentially, Mariota is in a very good situation, and to get him in round 13 is an absolute steal. @HulbertJoe

[avatar user=”Anthony Cervino” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Anthony Cervino – My favorite pick in this mock is Ezekiel Elliott. However, I shouldn’t have to go into detail on the why. Instead, I’m going to throw Seahawks WR Brandon Marshall’s name in the mix. No matter where you look, you’ll see the majority touting that Marshall is done and washed up. And while he’s lost a step, I still think he’ll be effective as he is no longer in a featured role. Or is he? While Doug Baldwin is the WR1, Marshall has the opportunity to fill big — and I mean literally big shes — in replacing Jimmy Graham’s presence in the offense, more so, in the red zone. Leading the NFL with 26 red zone targets, Graham caught 16 of them for 108 yards and all 10 of his touchdowns in 2017 with a 61.56 catch-percentage. While his overall receiving totals regressed, he remained one of the biggest red zone threats in the league. I believe Marshall will fill that red zone void. Albeit he is not a tight end, he is one of the biggest and most physical wideouts in the league and will win most jump balls. If he went off with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center, you never know what he can do if he clicks with Russell Wilson. His upside tremendously outweighs the risk in the 13th round. It’s a no-brainer for me. @TheRealNFLGuru

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What are your overall thoughts about your team?

Josh Gordon[avatar user=”boltup208″ size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Paul Alan – I think it’s hard to truly dislike your team overall when you finish drafting. Yes, you may like some a little more than others. But at the end of the day, you’re drafting guys that you see upside and value in. That being said, I feel like this team is rock-solid. There aren’t really any positions of weakness in my eyes. However, the group of receivers that I assembled are ones that I would tag as “boom-or-bust.” Between the recently reinstated Josh Gordon, new Raider Martavis Bryant, and unsigned Dez Bryant, this will be an intriguing roster to watch come Week 1 of the 2018 season. All in all, I am very happy with this roster and didn’t take any extra risk in this mock than I would in a live draft. @PaulAlanNFL

Derek Wiley – My receivers are the backbone of my squad. If injuries or inefficiency plague any one of my running backs then my team will struggle. I took QB earlier than normal and it may have affected my running back depth a little. If things play out well I think this team would be a playoff contender with the potential for a championship.  – @dwiley1223

[avatar user=”Brad Castronovo” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Brad Castronovo – I’m not usually thrilled with my teams that I draft out of the 12th-pick slot. Usually, I find that a position group is too weak, or has too many holes… but not this time. I believe that my RB corps has depth and versatility. There should be enough top end carry volume from the likes of Fournette and Ajayi, along with some major splash options like Dion Lewis and the rookie Kalen Ballage, who I believe is the heir to the Miami backfield. At WR and TE, I think my team separates itself a bit. The Brees-Thomas connection should be my team’s backbone, while the ever-consistent YAC monster Golden Tate provides for a solid #2 option. Then, I think I have a bunch of sky-high upside guys that could really separate my team in the likes of Robby Anderson, Kenny Golladay, James Washington, DJ Moore and Courtland Sutton. @bkc78

[avatar user=”MikeRigz” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Mike Rigz – My team is extremely high risk. It’ll either win it all or not make the playoffs. Despite getting excellent value on Mike Evans and LeSean McCoy in the second and third round, I drafted Saquon Barkley at 1.8, which is not something I tend to do. Normally I try to avoid rookies that high. I also reached on Deshaun Watson and paired him up with deep threat Will Fuller higher than I should have. There are some gems on this squad though, getting Andrew Luck and Frank Gore in the 12th and 13th round could be lifesavers mid-season. However, I feel this team is better suited for a best ball league, with too many streaky all or nothing type players. I guess all the BestBall drafts I’ve been doing at DRAFT is starting to have an effect on me.  @MikeRigz

[avatar user=”Joe Hulbert” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Joe Hulbert – This was the hardest mock I have ever been involved in, as there were decades of experience in the mock. I loved my early Bell-Freeman-Hilton haul, and liked my value in the mid rounds. However, bar the Mariota and Gesicki picks, I wasn’t really a fan of my late round picks, and one injury could really put this team in a great deal of trouble. Given the fact this was my toughest mock yet, I believe I gave it a good shot, and think my team could make the playoffs. @HulbertJoe

[avatar user=”Zach12345″ size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Zach Greubel – I feel good about the squad. It was somewhat of a risk selecting wide receivers with my first three picks, but I don’t regret it. I was jubilant grab Jones, Allen and Robinson in succession. Running back is the weakest spot, but I felt like I added some quality depth there in later rounds, particularly running backs that thrive in a PPR format. Delanie Walker is a threat to be a top-five tight end every year and Ricky Seals-Jones is an ideal backup fantasy tight end. As for quarterbacks, Roethlisberger is a lock for QB1 territory as long as he stays on the field and Mahomes is a fringe QB1 to high-end QB2 as a dual-threat gunslinger. @ZachGreubel

[avatar user=”Phil Clark” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Fantasy Football ShirtsPhil Clark – Securing Antonio Brown for your roster is always an excellent way to start a draft. There is usually an even split of 20+ backs and 20+ receivers being chosen during the first four rounds, and in this particular draft, I focused on accumulating backs in Rounds 2-4 – before the most appealing options had disappeared. I consider Evan Engram to be the TE4, so having him available in Round 6 was a bonus. This was also the case with Jimmy Garoppolo in Round 11, even though the largely reliable Matthew Stafford was already on the roster. I also believe that Devontae Booker and Danny Amendola should deliver production that far exceeds the minimal investment that was required in Rounds 14/15. All of which should make this a competitive roster.   – @_PhilClark

[avatar user=”Anthony Cervino” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Anthony Cervino – I’d be more than satisfied running with this team in 2018. I fell like I have a good mix of solid players who are in-opportune situations. I feel like I’m higher on Jordan Howard and Tyreek Hill than most, more so, the latter. I’m not worried about Sammy Watkins’ presence in Kansas City. Tyreek Hill is an elite talent who finished as the WR4 in standard and the WR9 in PPR in his first full year as the Chiefs WR1 in 15 games. I’m also very high on Trey Burton. However, I’m protecting myself with another upside tight end in Luke Wilson entering a plus situation with Matthew Stafford, whose tried to get Eric Ebron involved for years. Without Ebron and Darren Fells, Wison is in line to open the year as the Lions TE1. The last player on this team that garners a mention is Rex Burkhead. I know they added Sony Michel, but Burkhead is not one-dimensional. In fact, he can do a lot of things well, especially lining up all over the field in the passing game. Due to their skill sets, I can see both Michel and Burkhead on the field at the same time. And while it is a crowded backfield, Burkhead did enough in an injury-stricken season to maintain a featured role in the offense for as long as he’s employed with the team. @TheRealNFLGuru

[avatar user=”Michael Hauff” size=”70″ align=”left” /]

Michael Hauff – I would gladly go into a fantasy football season with this team. While I love the depth this roster has at the wide receiver position, I don’t feel as strongly about the depth with my running backs. David Johnson and Jerick McKinnon will be PPR monsters but if either of those players is injured, Isaiah Crowell and Giovanni Bernard would be far from shoe-in replacements. Again though, I would roll with this team. @TheFFRealist

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