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Maximum Fantasy Sports 2016 Fantasy Football PPR Mock Draft Results

08-31-2016 12:31 PM CET | Sports

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Maximum Fantasy Sports 2016 Fantasy Football PPR Mock Draft

This event is actually the true draft results from the Maximum Fantasy Sports 2016 Fantasy Football company draft. The “mock” portion of this event was the guys talking about each other’s draft picks. This event took place over the course of a half day, a half barrel and a half of a 10ft sub but these guys do not take the event half-heartedly.

Every year, MFS holds their own internal draft which consists of ownership, support staff and writers and they all know the NFL inside and out so their results can be used as a guide for your fantasy football draft, especially if you are playing in one of their open fantasy football public leagues.

Always know your league’s scoring system when drafting! The draft results will vary from league to league depending on how scoring is weighted. This league uses 1 point per reception so keep that in mind when looking at the results. The remaining scoring is standard, though it is executed on a decimal basis. Using whole numbers, it equates to 1pt passing for every 25 yards, 1pt for every 10 yards of rushing and receiving. 4pts for a passing TD and 6pts for a rushing/receiving TD. Defenses score a bit more as points are assessed for yards and points given up as well as standard points for sacks and turnovers.

Round 1:

Owner Player

1. Ron Antonio Brown (PITT - WR)
2. Sonny Julio Jones (ATL – WR)
3. Branko Odell Beckham Jr (NYG – WR)
4. Bobby E David Johnson (AZ – RB)
5. Keller DeAndre Hopkins (HOU – WR)
6. Bill Todd Gurley (LA – RB)
7. Jake AJ Green (CIN – WR)
8. Adam Brandon Marshall (NYJ – WR)
9. Todd Adrian Peterson (MINN – RB)
10. Matt Lamar Miller (HOU – RB)

Mocking: there were no real surprises in the first round. Most of the round was spent complaining about Ron getting the top spot again this year and people taking more than 30 seconds for a first round pick, though Keller took a hippo-sized bite out of his sub right when it was his pick and needed to chew through it to prevent choking.

Round 2:

Owner Player

11. Matt Dez Bryant (DAL - WR)
12. Todd Keenan Allen (SD – WR)
13. Adam Ezekiel Elliott (DAL – RB)
14. Jake Jamaal Charles (KC – RB)
15. Bill Allen Robinson (JAX – WR)
16. Keller Mark Ingram (NO – RB)
17. Bobby E Le’Veon Bell (PITT – RB)
18. Branko Doug Martin (TB – RB)
19. Sonny Brandin Cooks (NO – WR)
20. Ron LeSean McCoy (BUF – RB)

Mocking: There was no surprise in the room when Branko stated that he was going to grab his Muscle Hampster. Everyone seemed relieved when he didn’t do it in public viewing. Lots of discussion on each side on whether or not Le’Veon was picked too high. Ultimately, it was agreed upon that he would have missed at least 3 games during the season to injury anyway. One person quipped that the guy running behind Dez Bryant would have a better year thanks to Dak Prescott’s overthrows.

Round 3:

Owner Player

21. Ron Rob Gronkowski (NE - TE)
22. Sonny Eddie Lacy (GB – RB)
23. Branko Alshon Jeffery (CHI – WR)
24. Bobby E Jordy Nelson (GB – WR)
25. Keller C.J. Anderson (DEN – RB)
26. Bill Randall Cobb (GB – WR)
27. Jake Devonta Freeman (ATL – RB)
28. Adam T.Y. Hilton (IND – WR)
29. Todd Jordan Reed (WASH – TE)
30. Matt Golden Tate (DET – WR)

Mocking: three Packers being taken in round 3 caused Ron to pound his chest and recite a long list of Packers-dominated stats over the beloved Chicago Bears of most of this group. Well deservedly, he was showered with beer and told to leave the room since he gets the last pick in the next round. It was also speculated that outside of a Notre Dame draft, Golden Tate would still be on the board to be drafted.

Round 4:

Owner Player

31. Matt Cam Newton (CAR - QB)
32. Todd Jarvis Landry (MIA – WR)
33. Adam Amani Cooper (OAK – WR)
34. Jake Mike Evans (TB – WR)
35. Bill Carlos Hyde (SF – RB)
36. Keller Eric Decker (NYJ – WR)
37. Bobby E Demaryius Thomas (DEN – WR)
38. Branko Matt Forte (NYJ – RB)
39. Sonny Aaron Rodgers (GB – QB)
40. Ron Matt Jones (WASH – RB)

Mocking: Payback is Hell and Sonny put Ron there by taking his beloved Aaron Rodgers right in front of him. He seemed to rattle Ron as everyone agreed that he reached for Matt Jones. The general thought was that Rob got the first steal by landing Demaryius Thomas as late as he did, with the caveat that the Broncos’ QB has to be Trevor Siemian and not the Butt Fumbler.

Round 5:

Owner Player

41. Ron Andrew Luck (IND - QB)
42. Sonny Jeremy Maclin (KC – WR)
43. Branko Russell Wilson (SEA – QB)
44. Bobby E Sammy Watkins (BUF – WR)
45. Keller Doug Baldwin (SEA – WR)
46. Bill Greg Olsen (CAR – TE)
47. Jake Julian Edelman (NE – WR)
48. Adam Ryan Mathews (PHI – RB)
49. Todd Allen Hurns (JAX – WR)
50. Matt Michael Floyd (AZ – WR)

Mocking: loads of arguments ensued on whether any of these players were worthy of this round or were one-year wonders or over their injuries, outside of Russell Wilson. Many thought that Matt had the best pick with Floyd if Carson Palmer can stay upright for another season, which many doubt.

Round 6:

Owner Player

51. Matt Giovani Bernard (CIN - RB)
52. Todd DeSean Jackson (WASH – WR)
53. Adam Drew Brees (NO – QB)
54. Jake Latavius Murray (OAK – RB)
55. Bill Jordan Matthews (PHI – WR)
56. Keller Sterling Shepard (NYG – WR)
57. Bobby E Thomas Rawls (SEA – RB)
58. Branko Kelvin Benjamin (CAR – WR)
59. Sonny Chris Ivory (JAX – RB)
60. Ron Emmanuel Sanders (DEN – WR)

Mocking: Everyone rode Jake for taking Murray and started a pool on which week he would be demoted to second string. Bobby E didn’t escape though as many thought that Rawls would not be listed as the top RB on Seattle at any point during the regular season. While Sterling Shepard is talented, no way should he be taken this higher either.

Round 7:

Owner Player

61. Ron DeAngelo Williams (PITT - RB)
62. Sonny Duke Johnson Jr (CLE – RB)
63. Branko Willie Snead (NO – WR)
64. Bobby E Delanie Walker (TENN – TE)
65. Keller DeMarco Murray (TENN – RB)
66. Bill Ben Roethlisberger (PITT – QB)
67. Jake Donte Moncrief (IND – WR)
68. Adam Jeremy Langford (CHI – RB)
69. Todd Frank Gore (IND – RB)
70. Matt Jeremy Hill (CIN – RB)

Mocking: Branko went to the well again and came up dry when he asked if anyone has Snead his Willie before taking the WR. Ron admitted that he grabbed Williams far too early but primarily did it to get under Rob’s skin and made plans to bombard him with trade offers if he wants a Bell-Williams handcuff.

Round 8:

Owner Player

71. Matt Travis Kelce (KC - TE)
72. Todd Melvin Gordon (SD – RB)
73. Adam Coby Fleener (NO – TE)
74. Jake Larry Fitzgerald (AZ – WR)
75. Bill Tavon Austin (LA – WR)
76. Keller Dion Lewis (NE – RB)
77. Bobby E Tom Brady (NE – QB)
78. Branko Jonathan Stewart (CAR – RB)
79. Sonny T.J. Yeldon (JAX – RB)
80. Ron Arian Foster (MIA – RB)

Mocking: The back-to-back Patriots got the most noise as everyone wondered if Keller’s beer was spiked for picking Lewis so high and explained the PUP does not mean that he bought a new dog. Mike insists that they will eat their words and he will stash him on the IR until the 7th game and rub it in afterwards. Bobby E did get props with his Brady pick since he probably would have been a 4th rounder without the suspension and there are plenty of other QBs to plug in during the first 4 games of the season. Also, no one knew why Adam thought that the Brees target combination would be Coby Fleener and why it would be in round 8.

Round 9:

Owner Player

81. Ron Jay Ajayi (MIA - RB)
82. Sonny DeVante Parker (MIA – WR)
83. Branko Tyler Lockett (SEA – WR)
84. Bobby E Marvin Jones Jr (DET – WR)
85. Keller LeGarrette Blount (NE – RB)
86. Bill Danny Woodhead (SD – RB)
87. Jake Zach Ertz (PHI – TE)
88. Adam Kevin White (CHI – WR)
89. Todd Blake Bortles (JAX – QB)
90. Matt Tevin Coleman (ATL – RB)

Mocking: Ouch. Matt flattened Jake by asking him where his head was for picking a TE before handcuffing Coleman to Freeman, especially when Coleman may end up as the RB1. Not a soul had Ertz on the radar until double digit rounds. Mike was too amused by the show that he didn’t even make a statement on adding Blount to hold the RB position until he gets benched when Lewis is healthy.

Round 10:

Owner Player

91. Matt Michael Crabtree (OAK - WR)
92. Todd Theo Riddick (DET – RB)
93. Adam Darren Sproles (PHI – RB)
94. Jake John Brown (AZ – WR)
95. Bill Justin Forsett (BAL – RB)
96. Keller Derrick Henry (TENN – RB)
97. Bobby E Denver defense (DEN – D)
98. Branko Charles Sims (TB – RB)
99. Sonny LaQuon Treadwell (MINN – WR)
100. Ron Corey Coleman (CLE – WR)

Mocking: The focus was on Sonny for reaching for DeVante Parker last round and then Treadwell this round. While they have talent, no one else was ready to grab them yet….and no one definitely wanted a defense this high. While the defense in this league scores pretty well, there are too many good players on the board to grab a defense so early.

Round 11:

Owner Player

101. Ron Travis Benjamin (SD - WR)
102. Sonny Antonio Gates (SD – TE)
103. Branko Gary Barnridge (CLE – TE)
104. Bobby E James White (NE – RB)
105. Keller Carson Palmer (AZ – QB)
106. Bill Ameer Abdullah (DET – RB)
107. Jake Rashad Jennings (NYG – RB)
108. Adam Jordan Howard (CHI – RB)
109. Todd Isaiah Crowell (CLE – RB)
110. Matt Paul Perkins (NYG – RB)

Mocking: Everyone was shocked at a 5-RB run to close out the round. It was noted that Frank Gore is similar to many of these picks and he went in the 7th round. The consensus was that Bill may have landed a steal if Abdullah can consistently run the ball and get some catches away from Riddick. Rob did ride Keller pretty hard by stealing White in front of him though Keller wouldn’t take the bait even though there was a strong feeling that Keller would have taken White this round to complete his trio of Patriots’ RBs.

Round 12:

Owner Player

111. Matt Seattle defense (SEA - D)
112. Todd Ted Ginn Jr (CAR – WR)
113. Adam Darren McFadden (DAL – RB)
114. Jake Eli Manning (NYG – QB)
115. Bill Kenneth Dixon (BAL – RB)
116. Keller Julius Thomas (JAX – TE)
117. Bobby E Stephen Goskowski (NE – K)
118. Branko Bilal Powell (NYJ – RB)
119. Sonny C.J. Prosise (SEA – K)
120. Ron Torrey Smith (SF – WR)

Mocking: It was agreed that Ron had the steal of the draft in getting Smith at the end of the 12th round. A joke was made about Ron taking Colin Kaepernick next so he could get double points on connections. Of course, no one thought Kaepernick was anointed as the starter in San Fran but they decided to salute him nonetheless in a manner befitting him; everyone with one finger only – Kaepernick is not well-liked around MFS.

Round 13:

Owner Player

121. Ron Carolina defense (CAR - D)
122. Sonny Stefon Diggs (MINN – WR)
123. Branko DeAndre Washington (OAK – RB)
124. Bobby E Josh Gordon (CLE – WR)
125. Keller St. Louis defense (STL – D)
126. Bill Arizona defense (AZ – D)
127. Jake Philip Rivers (SD – QB)
128. Adam Tyler Eifert (CIN – TE)
129. Todd Kirk Cousins (WASH – QB)
130. Matt Michael Thomas (NO – WR)

Mocking: The Kaepernick discussion and the accelerated beverage intake rate helped fuel this round as the loudest yet. Roars of approval for Diggs, Gordon and Eifert as great picks as well as Washington, who many expect to be the RB1 with Murray taking a backseat in Oakland.

Round 14:

Owner Player

131. Matt Martellus Bennett (NE - TE)
132. Todd Houston defense (HOU – D)
133. Adam Buffalo defense (BUF – D)
134. Jake Kansas City defense (KC – D)
135. Bill Kendall Wright (TENN – WR)
136. Keller Charles Clay (BUF – TE)
137. Bobby E Travis Taylor (BUF – QB)
138. Branko Minnesota defense (MINN – D)
139. Sonny New England (NE – D)
140. Ron Jimmy Graham (SEA – TE)

Mocking: More attention was being paid to how bad the Chicago Bears are looking versus Kansas City than the draft itself as it has primarily gone into autopilot with defenses and, in the next round, kickers being the majority of the picks expected. Wright and Smith are looked upon favorably though are coming off big injuries.

Round 15:

Owner Player

141. Ron Graham Gano (CAR - K)
142. Sonny Blair Walsh (MINN – K)
143. Branko Justin Tucker (BAL – K)
144. Bobby E Christine Michael (SEA – RB)
145. Keller Steven Haushka (SEA – K)
146. Bill Chris Boswell (PITT – K)
147. Jake Chandler Catanzaro (AZ – K)
148. Adam Mason Crosby (GB – K)
149. Todd Dan Bailey (DAL – K)
150. Matt Ryan Succop (KC – K)

Mocking: Bobby E ended the last round with a round of applause after getting chastised for grabbing a kicker in the 12th round, even if it was Goskowski. With the Seattle backfield a large unknown this year, Michael could finally live up to his billing. Following that, there was a lot of beer-fueled chest-thumping about how good their own teams are and how bad every other team in the league is. Of course, the trash-talking is one of the best components of a Live Draft. Let’s hope you has as much fun in your fantasy football drafts as the guys at Maximum Fantasy Sports do.

Maximum Fantasy Sports is an online fantasy football league provider. Maximum Fantasy Sports provides the opportunity for league members to configure private fantasy football leagues (free and pay) and/or join public fantasy football leagues (free and cash prizes). Public fantasy football leagues run Daily, Weekly, Monthly as well as the Full regular season. In addition, it also offers free NFL Confidence Pools, Pick 'em Pools, Survivor Pools and Square Pools.

Maximum Fantasy Sports
3501 N. Southport Ave
Chicago, IL 60657

Press contact:
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773.531.4294

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