2020 Dynasty Superflex Mock Draft from the 1.01

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ROUND #6
Daniel
Jones
QB
Robert
Woods
WR
Deebo
Samuel
WR
Matt
Ryan
QB
Todd
Gurley
RB
Michael
Gallup
WR
Christian
Kirk
WR
Aaron
Rodgers
QB
Terry
McLaurin
WR
Justin
Jefferson
WR
Tua
Tagovailoa
QB
D.J.
Chark
WR
ROUND #7
Tyler
Boyd
WR
Jameis
Winston
QB
Zach
Ertz
TE
Will
Fuller
WR
Jared
Goff
QB
Jarvis
Landry
WR
Jimmy
Garoppolo
QB
David
Montgomery
RB
DeVante
Parker
WR
Evan
Engram
TE
Devin
Singletary
RB
Le’ Veon
Bell
R.B.

 

Round 6: QB Daniel Jones

Strategy

Not having a quarterback at this stage of this 2020 Dynasty Superflex Mock Draft seems relatively idiotic. However, after not paying the high draft capital required to grab the likes of the top quarterbacks, I zeroed in on a few young signal-callers with the upside that could be absolute steals.

The Wait on Quarterbacks Strategy is in full effect on my dynasty roster. Fellow owners were grabbing quarterbacks left, and right, I was zagging while they were zigging. I realize I might have the worst starting quarterback in my league, but I am in love with the upside of Daniel Jones.

Analysis

Daniel Jones exhibited massive potential in his rookie season last year. Jones posted 3027 yards, 24 touchdown passes, 279 rushing yards, and two rushing touchdowns in just 12 games. Jones will be better positioned this season to take an enormous step forward after the Giants improved their porous offensive line by drafting linemen with two of this first three draft picks. Jones was hurried 48 times and sacked 38 times last season, which attributed to Jones leading the league in lost fumbles at the quarterback position.

Jones was never able to play with the full arsenal of weapons in the Giants offense as injuries to Saquon Barkley, Sterling Shepard, Evan Engram, and Golden Tate’s suspension kept them off the field throughout the season.

In 2020, there will be a new coaching staff led by rookie head coach Joe Judge, who made the wise choice of naming former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett his offensive coordinator. Garrett was not much of a head coach, but his work with Tony Romo and Dak Prescott should provide promise to Jones, escalating his game to another level.

Combining the health of his elite offensive weapons and Garrett’s coaching, Jones should produce great fantasy numbers next season and beyond.

Round 7: WR Tyler Boyd

Strategy

I ALMOST went consecutive quarterbacks here with me going after Jared Goff or Jimmy G, but I have my eye on another young quarterback I am hoping falls to me on the next turn.

Instead, I selected one of my favorite targets this season in Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd. Boyd has surpassed 75 receptions and 1,000 receiving yards in consecutive seasons, and he is only 25! Boyd and the Bengals have a bright future with Joe Burrow behind center for the next decade.

Analysis

Tyler Boyd is very underappreciated in fantasy circles, but I am glad to take advantage of it here. Boyd is an elite slot receiver who has a nice run after catch ability.

Boyd is a part of a suddenly impressive wide receivers corp in Cincinnati. A.J. Green attempts another return to the field, but at 32, how much can you rely on him? If he is healthy, Green is one of the top ten receivers in the league. Along with Green and Boyd, the Bengals have John Ross has shown flashes but can’t stay on the field. Maybe the rejuvenated offense firepower can spark Ross to reach his potential and turn around his career. Auden Tate was a rare bright spot last season. The Bengals saw Tee Higgins as a first-round talent and were elated to grab him in the second round. Higgins is the heir apparent to Green and could be the next star receiver in Cincinnati.

Joe Burrow loved throwing to his slot receiver Justin Jefferson at LSU last season, as evidenced by Jefferson leading the nation with 109 slot receptions while scoring a whopping 18 touchdowns last season. Given Boyd’s ability to separate, I view Boyd being the go-to guy in Cincinnati and someone I can’t resist as my WR3 on my dynasty roster.

ROUND #8
Drew
Lock
QB
Julian
Edelman
WR
Hunter
Henry
TE
Kirk
Cousins
QB
Sam
Darnold
QB
Tom
Brady
QB
T.Y.
Hilton
WR
Denzel
Mims
WR
Darren
Waller
TE
James
Conner
RB
Tee
Higgins
WR
Henry
Ruggs III
WR
ROUND #9
Kareem
Hunt
RB
Mark
Ingram II
RB
Ke’ Shawn
Vaughn
RB
Phillip
Lindsay
RB
Marquise
Brown
WR
Derrius
Guice
RB
Kerryon
Johnson
RB
Michael
Pittman Jr.
WR
David
Johnson
RB
N’Keal
Harry
WR
Darrell
Henderson
RB
Mike
Williams
WR

 

Round 8: QB Drew Lock

Strategy

The quarterback I wanted to fall to me here in Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock. Lock went 4-1 in five starts last season, throwing for 1,020 yards and seven touchdowns with the minimal talent surrounding him.

Lock is a polarizing fantasy option, but the impressive nature which the Denver Broncos built around Lock made me more aware of his play and drinking the Kool-Aid.

Analysis

The Broncos spent the entire offseason building around Lock, including bringing in offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur and improving the interior offensive line. The drafting of Jerry Jeudy with the 15th pick was a tremendous selection and has the talent to be the team’s number one option. Additionally, the Broncos selected speedster KJ Hamler who is a home run threat every time he touches the ball.

Of course, the other colossal addition was signing running back Melvin Gordon to pair up with Phillip Lindsay in the Broncos backfield. Gordon is an elite running back who thrives in the passing game and will be in on passing downs to take the pressure off Lock and provide a natural outlet. Courtland Sutton returns as the Broncos’ top wideout and totaled 1,112 yards and six touchdowns last season while facing constant double teams. Tight end Noah Fant is entering his second season in the league after leading all rookie tight ends with 562 yards last season. Fant should thrive in this offense with defenses forced to key on the various playmakers.

Lock now has plenty of talent surrounding him and a golden opportunity to help the Broncos reach the playoffs. The newcomers on the offense, along with Lock learning under Pat Shurmur, makes me excited about owning Lock in a dynasty format.

Round 9: RB Kareem Hunt

Strategy

Any opportunity that dynasty managers can get a possible league-winner, you should grab the bull by the horns and seize the moment. This is what I did here with my selection of Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt.

Kareem Hunt is one of the few backup running backs that have stand-alone value. Hunt projects to have a more prominent role next season to keep Nick Chubb and Baker Mayfield healthy. Hunt will predominantly work as a pass receiver out of the backfield.

The Cleveland Browns signed Hunt to a one-year deal making 2020 an essential season for Hunt and one in which fantasy owners need to lead the pack and get Hunt now before he moves elsewhere next season and becomes a possible league-winner.

Analysis

Hunt was delivering at an RB2 pace in PPR formats last season, and there is no reason to believe that type of fantasy production won’t continue. If Chubb misses any time, Hunt becomes an RB1 and a top ten running back. Chubb finished last season with an unbelievable 1,494 yards rushing and eight touchdowns.

Hunt played a complementary role last season as the team’s passing back, including grabbing 37 receptions over the last eight games. His position is solidified and may even expand into going into the slot this season.

His high upside in 2020 and beyond make him a dynasty must with upside reaching top-five running back levels.

ROUND #10
Ryan
Tannehill
QB
John
Brown
WR
Raheem
Mostert
RB
James
White
RB
Cam
Newton
QB
Sony
Michel
RB
Marlon
Mack
RB
Preston
Williams
WR
Darrynton
Evans
RB
Zack
Moss
RB
Noah
Fant
TE
Brandin
Cooks
WR
ROUND #11
Matt
Breida
RB
A.J.
Green
W.R.
Tarik
Cohen
RB
Tevin
Coleman
RB
Rashaad
Penny
RB
Justin
Herbert
QB
Curtis
Samuel
WR
Darius
Slayton
WR
Ronald
Jones II
RB
A.J.
Dillon
RB
Laviska
Shenault Jr.
WR
Mecole
Hardman
WR

 

Round 10: QB Ryan Tannehill

Strategy

While I am enamored with the upside of my two young quarterbacks, I still want to grab a third quarterback who has a secure hold on his starting job and can produce immediately if I am forced (bye weeks) to put him in my lineups.

Surprisingly, one of the league-winners in fantasy from last season was still on the board, so I grabbed Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Ryan Tannehill took over the starting quarterback job in Week 7 from Marcus Mariotta, and the Tennessee Titans went on an unbelievable run to the AFC Championship.

Analysis

Tannehill will put up yards through the air and on the ground. His mobility provides even more of a sell on the play-action to NFL Rushing Champion Derrick Henry.

Tannehill led the league with the best passer rating at 117.5 and yards per completion with 13.6. His fantasy explosion is across a small sample size. Still, he has the athleticism and arm to guide this Titans offense with wideout AJ Brown and the promising tight end, Jonnu Smith, hoping to build upon their fantasy success from late last season.

I certainly do not believe Tannehill will produce numbers like last season again, but a close semblance of those numbers bode well for my dynasty success as my third quarterback.

Round 11: RB Matt Breida

Strategy

I was looking to add running back depth at this stage of the mock draft and considered Ronald Jones, but I can’t stomach through owning Jones for another season. I chose Miami Dolphins running back Matt Breida, who has been impressive when on the field but never seems 100% healthy, missing five games over the past two seasons.

Analysis

Breida will play in a complementary role in Miami, sharing backfield duties with Jordan Howard. Howard will be a two-down back with short-yardage responsibilities with Breida being utilized as the change-of-pace and receiving option for the Dolphins and bargain here in PPR formats.

Breida has flex potential in a Dolphins offense that is expected to improve. If Howard suffers another injury, Breida could take over as the featured back and become a fantasy starter in all formats.

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