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To show you what picking in a Superflex draft entails, members from both RotoViz and TwoQBs got together for a 12-team mock draft.
The participants in this draft are experienced Superflex drafters from TwoQBs and RotoViz. Listed by first round draft order, they are Benton McDonald, A. Don Davenport, Anthony Spangler, Hasan Rahim, Anthony Amico, Sean Slavin, Eric Moody, Ben Cummins, Jordan Hoover, Giana Pacinelli, Neil Dutton, and Cort Smith.
SUPERFLEX ROUND 10 ANALYSIS
STAR TE DISCOUNT
Travis Kelce was the overall TE1 last season. He went 23th overall in this draft and has a 2QB ADP of 39 overall as of July, 27, 2o17. Kyle Rudolph was the overall TE2 last season and finished only 12 points behind Kelce (that’s a less than one point per game difference). He went 110th overall in this draft and has a 2QB ADP of 103 overall.
Kelce should be drafted ahead of Rudolph, sure, but I continue to be amazed at Rudolph’s discounted ADP and will gladly pass on Kelce in order to soak up Rudolph’s amazing value later on. Pat Shurmur-led offenses have finished top 12 in pass attempts three times in a row, Minnesota made no significant changes to their receiving corps in the offseason, and the Vikings are projected to have the seventh-easiest schedule in the league, per Warren Sharp’s use of Vegas forecasted win totals.
RB BARGAIN BIN
Giana Pacinelli grabbed Adrian Peterson in a fantastic spot at 111 overall, 16 spots behind his current 2QB ADP. Peterson has never been drafted this late, yet at the same time, this will arguably be the best offense he has ever played on. With Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara in town, the main question comes down to opportunity. But if all falls into place, Peterson has a chance to shatter his ADP.
Frank Gore already has a firm grasp on carries in Indianapolis. The main concern with him is whether his body can continue to hold up at 34 years of age with 3,379 career regular season touches on his resume. I’m skeptical and think this is finally the year Gore falls off. However, much of that risk is mitigated in the 10th round where Jordan Hoover was able to land him.
I am infatuated with C.J. Prosise‘s talent and can’t get his pre-injury 153 yards, seven catch performance in New England out of my head.
His collegiate profile draws some interesting comparisons, especially with former Seahawk Marshawn Lynch. Despite a crowded backfield with Eddie Lacy and Thomas Rawls also competing for touches, the 10th round seems like the perfect time to gamble on Prosise’s upside in 2QB and Superflex leagues. His 2QB ADP of 101 overall even suggests Sean Slavin was able to draft him at a value.
PROOF THE WR POSITION IS LOADED
Prior to last season’s injury, Eric Decker had finished with either eight TDs or at least 900 receiving yards for five straight seasons dating back to his days in Denver. Aside from Peyton Manning, Decker also accomplished this feat playing with Tim Tebow, Geno Smith, and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Now, he gets to play with Marcus Mariota.
Adam Thielen finished as a WR3 last season in PPR, Minnesota made no significant changes to their receiving corps in the offseason, and the Vikings are projected to have the seventh-easiest schedule in the league, per Warren Sharp’s use of Vegas forecasted win totals.
Josh Doctson was a phenomenal prospect and is reportedly healthy entering training camp.
With Jordan Reed recently seeing a specialist for his toe injury and without a timetable for return, Doctson has a chance to blow his ADP out of the water if he’s able to stay on the field and realize his potential in year two. His comparisons to Roddy White, Braylon Edwards, and Davante Adams certainly pique my interest.
All of these WRs were available in the 10th round of this 2QB/Superflex draft.
If you want to compare our 10th round results to our staff projections, click here. Feel free to use the message boards below or contact me on Twitter with what you might have done differently.