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The key to any fantasy football season is preparation. Whether you have the first overall pick or the last of the first round, having a sense of who will be available in each round is key.

I’ll be doing mock drafts throughout the summer while offering scenarios and feedback for each position. The point of these mocks is to prepare for the unexpected.

The mock drafts will assume that 12 teams are in the league with the following roster construction: quarterback, two running backs, two wide receivers, tight end, a flex (running back, wide receiver or tight end) defense, kicker and seven bench spots. It is a 16-round snake draft in a half-point-per-reception (half-PPR) league.

If you read my draft guide, you know I’m not a fan of drafting kickers and defense if it’s not necessary. I’d rather add a few running backs that could end up being a starter in the event of an injury. However, for the sake of this exercise, I’ll round out each draft by doing so. Remember, do not draft either before your final two picks!

Most important of all, be creative with your mock drafts. Don’t take the same players in every mock. Your favorite sleeper is probably someone else’s too. I’m guilty of this myself — see Rashod Bateman — but I will try to go with different approaches in many of these mock drafts.

The draft is just the start of the season. If you are drafting early, work the waiver wire to your advantage if any major injuries arise. If you’re a fantasy nerd like me, turn on notifications from your favorite NFL insider for breaking news around the league. But the draft is where you build the foundation of your roster, and the goal is to have as deep a roster as possible.

This is scenario No. 5, in which we move onto the No. 4 pick. (See also: No. 1 pick – 3 RBsNo. 1 pick – 2 RBs/1 WRNo. 2 pick, No. 3 pick) We’ll mix in 10- and 16-team drafts at some point as well as a Superflex, non-PPR draft and auction.

Let’s get started with the latest mock draft of the 2022 season.

Here is my roster:

Round 1, Pick 4: Dalvin Cook, RB, Minnesota Vikings

Round 2, Pick 9: Mike Evans, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Round 3, Pick 4: Keenan Allen, WR, Los Angeles Chargers

Round 4, Pick 9: Travis Etienne, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars

Round 5, Pick 4: Courtland Sutton, WR, Denver Broncos

Round 6, Pick 9: Miles Sanders, RB, Philadelphia Eagles

Round 7, Pick 4: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, Kansas City Chiefs

Round 8, Pick 9: Tony Pollard, RB, Dallas Cowboys

Round 9, Pick 4: T.J. Hockenson, TE, Detroit Lions

Round 10, Pick 9: Matthew Stafford, QB, Los Angeles Rams

Round 11, Pick 4: Darrell Henderson, RB, Los Angeles Rams

Round 12, Pick 9: Mark Ingram, RB, New Orleans Saints

Round 13, Pick 4: Corey Davis, WR, New York Jets

Round 14, Pick 9: Tyrion Davis-Price, RB, San Francisco 49ers

Round 15, Pick 4: Justin Tucker, K, Baltimore Ravens

Round 16, Pick 9: Pittsburgh Steelers DST


This is the third consecutive mock draft in which I went a little different than I normally would. Rather than load up on running backs in the first three rounds, I decided to see how the roster would shape up if I went with a running back in the first round and followed that up with two wide receivers.

It was between Dalvin Cook and Derrick Henry for the No. 4 pick. I ultimately went with Cook because he’s a factor in the passing game as well. The Minnesota running back averaged 22 touches per game and only scored six touchdowns on the year after finishing with 17 and 13 scores in the two years prior. I expect him to reach double-digit touchdowns once again.

With most of the star running backs off the board, I doubled up on receivers with Mike Evans and Keenan Allen. They are arguably the most two consistent wideouts in the NFL of the past five seasons and supply me a solid one-two punch at the position.

If you’ve read my previous mock drafts, you know I’ve been targeting Travis Etienne often in the fourth and fifth rounds. He’s expected to see a sizable load early in the campaign with James Robinson expected to miss at least the first half of the season. He’s an excellent pass catcher, and there isn’t much competition behind him until Robinson returns.

Courtland Sutton’s availability in the fifth round seemed too good to be true. Typically, I like having a running back in my flex, but it’s hard to pass up on Sutton’s potential with Russell Wilson at quarterback. I have Sutton ranked much higher than the consensus — you can read my player rankings here — and I like the potential for the former SMU star to finish in the top 10 in receiving.

The next three picks were all running backs who can finish in the top 15-20 range. Miles Sanders will bounce back after failing to find the end zone in 2021 while leading the Eagles in touches inside the 20. Clyde Edwards-Helaire hasn’t lived up to his first-round grade from a couple seasons ago, but if he finds his form in 2022, he’s a steal in the seventh round. Tony Pollard is expected to take on a bigger role in the passing game this year and will still get his share of carries behind Ezekiel Elliott. All three have the potential to win your league.

I like to grab my tight end and quarterback in Rounds 9 and 10 and was able to land two players I’m frequently targeting in those rounds in T.J. Hockenson and Matthew Stafford. The former Lions teammates are both ranked in my top 100 players, so landing them outside that range is perfect. There aren’t nearly as many top-flight tight ends as quarterbacks, but Hockenson fits that bill. Only two quarterbacks threw for 40-plus touchdowns last season and Stafford was one of them. Some guy named Tom Brady was the other.

I was thrilled to close out this mock with four players I’m again higher than the consensus rankings. Darrell Henderson was the Rams lead back for the first 12 games of the 2021 and was a set-and-forget player when healthy. If anything were to happen to fellow Rams back Cam Akers once again, Henderson becomes a RB1. Mark Ingram could be the Saints’ starter for multiple weeks if Alvin Kamara is suspended for off-the-field issues that occurred during the week of the Pro Bowl. Corey Davis is one of my favorite late-round targets at receiver. Tyrion Davis-Price is a popular sleeper pick in the fantasy community.

As always, I wrapped up the draft with my kicker and defense. Justin Tucker might be the only kicker I leave on my roster every week. Typically, I like to play the matchups at the position, but Tucker is the lone outlier. The Steelers’ defense is one of the best in the NFL and in fantasy as long as T.J. Watt is chasing down quarterbacks.

This might be my favorite mock draft yet. Despite not going running back heavy in the first three rounds, this was another solid draft that I’d be happy to exit with. I feel confident about my starters and still have the running back depth I covet. I like exiting the draft with just four receivers and eight backs who all have upside. It’s still surprising to me that Stafford is ranked so low after the remarkable season he had in his first year in Los Angeles. Hockenson battled injuries for a good portion of the season and was still highly productive.

What do you think of this roster? Let’s discuss on Twitter @JoeSerp.

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