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It’s only April, but it’s never too early to start mock drafting!
Below is our first 2012 Fantasy Football Mock Draft — This mock is based on a standard PPR scoring format, with line-up requirements consisting of 1QB, 2RBs, 3WRs, 1TE, 1DST and 1K.
The unique part about this mock draft is that it took place on our fantasy football forum involving our “DC Nation” community. What is “DC Nation”? That’s the name of our diehard forum community that has already made DraftCalc.com’s forum one of the most active in the fantasy football industry! DraftCalc has only been live for three days and our forum traffic is already through the roof! If you aren’t yet a part of our community, jump on the forum and get involved! Below you will find each selection and the forum user that made it; below that I have provided commentary that addresses each round as a whole. Thanks to all who participated in this 24 hour running mock draft discussion. Enjoy!
1.01 – Arian Foster RB (Smitty)
1.02 – LeSean McCoy RB (rabidbucfan)
1.03 – Ray Rice RB (Whos_Ur_Doggie)
1.04 – Calvin Johnson WR (footballjunkie)
1.05 – Aaron Rodgers QB (Smitty)
1.06 – Cam Newton QB (ffbfan06)
1.07 – Matt Forte RB (Smitty)
1.08 – Larry Fitzgerald WR (ffbfan06)
1.09 – Matthew Stafford QB (Whos_Ur_Doggie)
1.10 – Drew Brees QB (ffbfan06)
1.11 – Darren McFadden RB (footballjunkie)
1.12 – Andre Johnson WR (Whos_Ur_Doggie)
Smitty’s Take: It’s hard to argue against Arian Foster at the top spot in any scoring format. LeSean McCoy definitely deserves consideration at the 1.01, and honesty the same can be said about both Calvin Johnson and Ray Rice, but Foster is the easy and safe call at the 1.01 in 2012. There were no real surprises in round one, as both Aaron Rodgers and Cam Newton are potential league leaders, just like the top four I just mentioned, and the stigma around taking a quarterback in the first-round is history. Matthew Stafford at 1.09 is a ...
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