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2021 Way too early redraft mock

Mock Draft Breakdown- Drafting #9th Out Of 12

Rd 1: Davante Adams- I took the first WR of the draft and planned to load up on backs after. His ridiculous floor and ceiling were too high to pass up.

Rd 2: Ezekiel Elliott- Tremendous value if you believe last year was a fluke. Dak back and a healthy OLine will help dramatically.

Rd 3: Chris Carson- I drafted him imagining him back with the Hawks but he could be a nice fit with a number of teams. When healthy he’s proven to be a versatile, highly productive player.

Rd 4: Keenan Allen- I was foolishly down on him last year. 97+ catches for 4 straight seasons.

Rd 5: DJ Moore- 1,100 yards in back to back seasons and is begging for more TDs. A possible QB change could help.

Rd 6: David Johnson-

Here’s to hoping Watson sticks around. Risky given his age but not many potential workhorse roles out there this late in the draft.

Rd 7: Ronald Jones- If Fournette’s gone this is a championship winning pick. He’s always productive when he gets the touches.

Rd 8: Justin Herbert- Riskier pick but so much upside (31 TD/10 INT and 5 rushing scores in 15 games as a rookie). I usually wait on QB but in this 12er format I want to go for the last possible difference maker available. Feel free to wait it out if there’s a skill guy you can’t pass up.

Rd 9: Tyler Higbee- A strong breakout candidate with a QB upgrade and (hopefully) Gerald Everett signing elsewhere. I will own him in several leagues.

Rd 10: Jamison Crowder- PPR gold. Another guy I will scoop up quite often.

Rd 11: Sterling Shepard- Both NY #1 WRs available in the double digit rounds?!? Yes please! Both teams should be playing from behind early and often.

Rd 12: Dallas Goedert- I’m regretting not taking Tony Pollard here but if/when Ertz is gone Goedert is sitting pretty.

Rd 13: Duke Johnson- This was before his official release and I was hoping Pollard would fall to me but in general I was looking for a handcuff pick.

Rd 14: New Orleans Saints- The talent and production is there. Hoping their offense remains steady despite QB question marks for the first time in decades.

Rd 15: Robbie Gould- This man is ancient but still has a leg and plays on a solid team. And let’s be honest: we’re streaming anyways.


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