One of my favourite things about dynasty leagues is rookie season. You get through the fantasy season; ride the playoffs and Super Bowl then just when you think you’re going to get a break you’re suddenly trying to get your head around a brand new class of superstars in waiting. It’s exhausting but exhilarating.
Here at DLF you’ve no doubt seen the scouting crew’s great work, the 20/20 profiles and all you need to prepare for your drafts.
We’re all continuing to work hard on getting you prepared for incoming IDPs so a few of us on the IDP team (myself, Eric Coleman, Doug Green and Joe Redemann) decided to hold a very early all-IDP mock draft. The starting concept was that in a moment of madness Roger Goodell decided that teams could only pick defensive players in the first round. So who would they pick and what sort of fantasy players would they prove to be? We’ve allocated players by style, ability, scheme-fit and opportunity and predicted fantasy positions in the cases where it could be more than one.
Yesterday we covered picks 1-16, and today we finish off the mock with 17-32.
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