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Malik Willis

Post-Combine Dynasty Fantasy Football 2QB/Superflex Mock Draft

We run down our latest 2QB Rookie Mock Draft

We run down our latest 2QB Rookie Mock Draft


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Post-Combine Dynasty Fantasy Football 2QB/Superflex Mock Draft
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Colt Thomas
6 months ago

Did someone trade pick 1.09? Haha.

Gary Hesselwood
Reply to  Colt Thomas
6 months ago

He was on the clock and missed his pick,

Robert Yoneda
6 months ago

Seriously questioning my membership with this website… So can’t even double check the article so there are actually 12 picks made? And probably 0% chance Bell goes at 1.10 or Walker goes at 1.12.

James Nall
Reply to  Robert Yoneda
6 months ago

I agree. Jameson hurt will push him down. Bell or Walker probably fall out of the top 12 in a superflex with Ridder landing somewhere with a chance to start.

Andy Cook
Reply to  James Nall
6 months ago

I think he was saying Walker would go higher, but yes saying Bell in 2nd. At least that’s what I interpreted.

Lamont Wright
6 months ago

Who is doing these mocks exactly? I am consistently disappointed in the mocks we see. They are so far off of a solid evaluation of talent. Year in and year out.

Charles Day
Reply to  Lamont Wright
6 months ago

Mocks before the NFL draft are at best “just for fun” and at worst irritatingly useless. Opportunity is the most important part of fantasy draft analysis, and we won’t know that until after we know who these guys will be playing for on Sunday. Then factor in the needs of the teams in your league and historical preferences and you can better predict how the draft will go in a league you’ve played in for a few years than any generic mock.

Patrick Kusek
Reply to  Ken Kelly
6 months ago

Have to laugh. Guys that gripe about mock drafts at this point pre-NFL draft are likely that guy in your league that think they could be real NFL GM’s and that dynasty is life or death. To quote the douchebag Aaron Rodgers, “Relax”.

Reply to  Patrick Kusek
6 months ago

That’s (douche-bag) Ginger Rodgers of the moldy green & yellow cheese-heads …

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