1- Drugged Llamas- RB- Bishop Sankey
The Llamas chose to keep 3 RBs for this season, making their need for a RB more evident. Le’Veon Bell is a good start, and Sankey should stabilize the Llamas backfield. At this point,Sankey is the only option for the Titans, which should lead to fantasy points.
Previous draft position – #2
2- Beach Bum- WR Sammy Watkins
Beach Bum could really use a RB. However with Sankey off the board, there are no other backs available who can offer immediate help. Watkins is a prototypical WR1 who is too good to pass up at this point.
Previous draft position- #1
3-Unicorns and Glitter (from Mush)- WR- Brandin Cooks
U&G has depth at the premier positions, so look for them to take the best player available. Cooks is small at 5-9, but offers 4.33 speed and early reports have him as a guy who can stretch the field, while also being active in the short passing game.
Previous draft position- # 3
4- Greased Up Deaf Guy- RB– Jeremy Hill
Emmanuel Sanders going to Denver really improves GUDG’s WR corps. There are questions for most of the RBs on this roster, so Hill makes sense at #4. He will spilt carries with Giovanni Benard, but Hill should be the goal line back.
Previous draft position- #8
5-Puny Team- WR- Mike Evans
Puny Team has options at WR, and could use another RB, but Evans gives him long term value at this point. Evans is a huge target at 6-5 230lbs and showed big play ability at Texas A&M. He should be an immediate impact player.
Previous draft position- # 4
6- Who‘s your Haddy (formerly Rice and Greens)- QB Blake Bortles
This appears to be a solid opportunity to add a QB for the future. Bortles should supplant Chad Henne quickly. Jacksonville has added an underrated Toby Gerhart and two exciting rookie WRs to go with Bortles in what should be an improved offense.
Previous draft position– #7
7- Megatron v. Optimus Peterson – WR- Kelvin Benjamin
MvOP has only an aging Steve Smith as a reserve WR. Benjamin is raw but there are few other options in Carolina. At 6foot5 240 lbs, Benjamin should be an immediate red zone threat, and if their starters hold up MvOP has time to wait for Benjamin to develop.
Previous draft position- # 6
8- Kitten Mittons- RB- Carlos Hyde
KM’s kept 6 RBs but several offer little upside. KM’s has shown the willingness to wait for her draftees to develop, making Hyde an easy selection here. If he can stand out in the RB mix in San Fran, Hyde could eventually be the RB2 KM’s has sorely needed.
Previous draft position- #10
9- Breaking Bradshaw- QB- Johnny Manziel
BB enters the season with an unproven Brian Axel Hoyer as his back-up QB. Manziel mitigates concerns about Hoyer, and gives BB an exciting QB of the future. Recently acquiring Hoyer via trade gives BB insurance against a Johnny Football flame out.
Previous draft position- # 12
10- Touchdown Mafia- QB- Teddy Bridgewater
TD Mafia kept 4 QBs but the Manning brothers are aging and Eli has been outright terrible. Bridgewater would easily replace Cousin and Manuel as the heir apparent to Peyton. The Mafia has the depth to carry an extra QB and wait for him to develop.
Previous draft position- # 9
11- The Muscle Hamsters- WR Jordan Mathews
Mathews has the size and speed to become the #1 WR for the Eagles’ high powered offense. He had 3 drops in his first preseason game, and this pick could easily be spent on another WR to replace Josh Gordon if the drops continue.
Previous draft position- #11
12- Who’s Your Haddy (from U&G)-RB- Andre Williams
David Wilson’s injury for the NYG, opens a door for Williams, who is a big (5-11, 230lbs)physical runner. Rashad Jennings and Peyton Hillis are currently in his way, but neither have ever done much to stand out in the past.
Previous draft position- undrafted