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2Perine, Samaje CIN RB  FA2.21
3Boone, Mike DEN RB  FA2.16
4Reyes, Sammis WAS TE  FA2.10
5Taylor, Tyrod HOU QB  FA1.19
6Firkser, Anthony TEN TE  Jacksonville Sharks1.13
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4Smith, Ito FA RB  Omaha Mustangs7.09
5Rivers, Philip FA QB  FA6.81
6Hansen, Chad FA WR  FA4.82
7Reed, Jordan FA TE  FA3.77
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2021 FANTASY SPORTS ALLIANCE – DEFUNCT DYNASTY LEAGUE

LEAGUE OVERVIEW

A Fantasy Sports Alliance – Defunct Dynasty League (FSA-DDL) will consist of 12 teams per league. Each league will be filled on a first come first served basis. Meaning, the first 12 to pay their membership/entry fee will represent a league, and so on. FSA-DDLs will be themed and competition will take place between defunct professional football teams chosen by their owner. All players on a team’s roster will carry over from season to season. An entry fee will be collected from all coaches. The coaches will play for an annual payout and a progressive pot will be carried over each year and paid to the team that wins consecutive championships.

LEAGUE MANAGEMENT

FSA-DDL competition will take place on MyFantasyLeague (MFL).

TEAM OWNERSHIP

Each member will pay a $100 entry fee each season prior to the league renewal deadline on (1 March 2021).

DRAFT

GMs, in the second year of their Dynasty franchise (2021), will select rookies and free agents during a straight draft. A straight draft means the draft order will be the same for each round. The Rookie and Free Agent draft will last four rounds and will begin on 8 May 2021 at noon ET. The draft will be a long draft with each team getting 6 hours per pick. The clock will pause overnight from midnight ET until 6am ET when the clock resumes. Prior to the start of the Rookie and Free Agent draft, each team’s roster will be increased by four roster spots to 32 to accommodate the draft. Trading draft picks is allowed. See TRADES for more details.

The draft order for the Rookie and Free Agent draft will be determined as follows:

  • Picks 1-8 will be decided by regular season potential points among non-playoff teams. The picks will go in order of lowest potential points to the 8th lowest potential points. Potential Points are the amount of points a team would have scored each week if they had set a perfect lineup. This will keep teams from benching their star players in hopes of “tanking” and earning a better draft position.
  • Pick 9 will go to the 4th place finisher following the consolation game.  
  • Pick 10 will go to the 3rd place finisher following the consolation game. 
  • Pick 11 will go to the runner-up of the DDL Bowl.
  • Pick 12 will go to the DDL Bowl Champion.

ROSTER REQUIREMENTS

The maximum roster size is 28 players; except between the dates of 1 March (beginning of the season) and 1 September (rosters reduced to 28 to prepare for the upcoming season). Between these dates, roster limits are expanded to 32.

COMPETITION

  • DIVISIONS
    Each FSA-DDL will consist of 12 teams, which will be divided into three divisions of four teams each. These Divisions will be labeled West – Central – East. Teams will be placed into the division that corresponds with their defunct team’s location in relation to the other teams in the league.
  • SCHEDULING
    The regular season begins on Week 1 of the NFL season and concludes at the end of Week 14 of the NFL season. Each team will play their divisional opponents twice for a total of six games and each team outside their division once (eight games) for a total of 14 games. The Playoffs will consist of four teams; the three division winners and the highest scoring remaining team (not necessarily the fourth-place team). The semi-final round of the playoffs will take place during Week 15 of the NFL schedule and the DDL Bowl will take place during Week 16 of the NFL schedule. Also played during Week 16 of the NFL schedule will be consolation game between the two teams eliminated in the semi-final round for seasonal payout purposes.
  • ROSTER REQUIREMENTS
    All teams are comprised of 28 players (10 starters and 18 bench players), as follows:
    • 1 Quarterback
    • 2 Running Backs
    • 3 Wide Receivers
    • 1 Tight End
    • 1 Super Flex (QB, RB, WR, TE)
    • 2 Flex (RB, WR, TE)
    • 18 Bench Spots
  • SCORING
    • Passing
      .04 points for every yard passing (equals 1 point for every 25 yards)
      6 points for every passing touchdown
      2 points for every 2-point conversion
      -1 minus one point for every sack against
      -2 minus two points for every interception
      -2 minus two points for every lost fumble
    • Rushing
      .10 points for every yard rushing (equals 1 point for every 10 yards)
      .5 points for each rushing First Down
      6 points for every rushing touchdown
      2 points for every 2-point conversion
      -2 minus two points for every lost fumble
    • Receiving
      .10 points for every yard receiving (equals 1 point for every 10 yards)
      6 points for every receiving touchdown
      .5 point for each reception by QBs, RBs, and WRs
      1 point for each reception by TEs
      .5 points for each receiving First Down
      2 points for every 2-point conversion
      -2 minus two points for every lost fumble
  • TRADES
    Trading is allowed. Trading is allowed at the beginning of each season (1 March) until the trade deadline. The trade deadline will be the kickoff of Week 11 each season. Draft picks can be traded, but no more than one year into the future (i.e. in the year 2021, you can only trade picks for the 2021 and 2022 seasons). If you are trading a future first-round draft pick, you must pay the league fee ($100) for that future season.
  • WAIVER WIRE
    The FSA-DDL will utilize a Free Agent Acquisition Budget (FAAB) Blind-Bidding waiver system. Each owner begins the year with a $100 FAAB budget to place blind bids on waived players. This budget is for in-season and off-season waivers. This is ALL the budget you receive for the entire year. Left over budgets will carry over to the next season. To pick a player who is on waivers, a minimum bid of $1 must be made. The owner with the highest bid will acquire the player. If two or more owners bid equal amount on the same player, the earliest bid submitted will acquire the player. Waivers will run weekly on Wednesday (Time TBD) starting after the annual rookie and free agent draft. After each waiver claim period is complete, first-come-first-served (FCFS) players will be available for pick-up. All FCFS transactions are $0 and nothing will be deducted from a team’s FAAB balance. Rosters will freeze for all teams after Week 16 of the NFL Schedule. The blind-bidding waiver system continues during the playoffs in Weeks 14-16, even for teams who did not make the playoffs. No free agent pickups can be made between the end of Week 16 and the annual rookie and free agent draft. See the SCHEDULE OF LEAGUE OPERATIONS for more details.

PAYOUT STRUCTURE

  • $100 entry fee
  • Annual DDL Bowl champion: $500
  • Annual DDL Bowl runner-up: $250
  • Annual 3rd place: $150
  • Annual 4th place: $100
  • Progressive Pot: $100

SCHEDULE OF LEAGUE OPERATIONS

  • League Renewal Deadline: 1 March each season
  • Trading begins: 1 March
  • Roster sizes increased to 32 to prepare for the upcoming Rookie and Free Agent Draft: Prior to DDL Annual Rookie and Free Agent Draft
  • Annual Rookie and Free Agent Draft: 8 May, after the NFL Draft
  • Waivers begin: Wednesday after the annual rookie and free agent draft
  • Rosters reduced to 28 in preparation of upcoming season: 1 September
  • Trade deadline: Kickoff of Week 11 each season
  • Rosters freeze: After Week 16
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1.01 Ohio Glory - (A) Christian McCaffrey
Chris: Personally, a huge fan of CMC, started watching college ball purely due to him. In my opinion, one of three guys you could go with at the 1.01 spot and if you’re not going QB, this is your guy.


1.02 Erie Explosion - (A+) Patrick Mahomes
Matt: The best player in the draft slides to 1.02. Excellent pick! Not much more to say.


1.03 St. Louis Gunners - (B) Saquon Barkley
Chris: Barkley is a hugely talented back with the prospect coming out of college of being one of the greatest there ever was. He had injury trouble towards the start of last year, but (I hate saying this) without games against MIA and WAS (combined 400+yards and 4TDs) towards the end of the year, had a very mediocre season.


1.04 Erie Explosion - (A-) Lamar Jackson
Matt: Erie Explosion locks down the top two QBs in the draft (Mahomes, and Jackson). The risk here is they traded their picks away. They only have one more pick in the top 58 picks. It was an excellent pick, but was it too much to give up?


1.05 Providence Steamrollers - (A) Ezekiel Elliot
Chris: Hard to go wrong in this spot with the two QBs taken at 1.02/04. Elliot’s season last year was exactly what you wanted; only one single digit finish. I expect his RedZone opportunities to increase this year and the chances of his 14 total TDs last year being easily matched if not beaten. Dallas are an intriguing side for me this year.


1.06 Birmingham Barracudas - (B+) Deshaun Watson
Matt: Deshaun Watson is the best player in the draft at this pick. He has the highest ceiling of any player next to Mahomes, however he has a terrible front office if Bill O’Brian is there. Hopefully Cooks becomes a WR1 for Houston. 


1.07 Cincinnati Reds - (B) Kyler Murray
Chris: Another pick which I think could have gone one of two ways. I like the WRs still left on the board here and taking someone like an MT gives you a solid start. However, a young QB who has legs to run isn’t a bad take either. With the massively upgraded offense, thanks to a charity trade from HOU, Kyler has the best opportunity to improve or at least match what was an already brilliant rookie year.


1.08 Jacksonville Sharks - (C-) Derrick Henry
Matt: This was a reach of a pick at this point. Henry will be a bell cow of a back this year. The worry is that he is in a contract year and 26-years-old. There are several younger RBs still on the board (Kamara and Cook). Henry has the potential to be the best back in the league this year, but on a different team next year.


1.09 Boston Bulldogs - (A) DeAndre Hopkins
Chris: Arguably currently the best WR in the league next to MT. Nuk is a huge grab at 1.09. With what is perceived to be an upgrade at QB and a 100% upgrade offensively, Hopkins could find himself cemented as a top 3 WR for years. With 104 receptions last year, Hopkins could find himself producing similar numbers and with the upgrade in offense his TDs (7 last year) looks easily beatable.


1.10 Pottsville Maroons - (A++) Michael Thomas
Matt: Taking the best WR in the league at 1.10 is a steal. He caught 149 passes last year and surpassed the other WRs in the league by 400 yards. His QB Brees is back, and they want to win a super bowl for him. One aspect of the FSA Dynasty league is that you get a .5 for a first down. Thomas leads all WR with 91 first downs in 2019. The 91 first downs is second for all skill positions next to CMC. Slam dunk pick at the 1.10.


1.11 Bridgeport Jets - (C) Dak Prescott
Chris: I’m a fan of Dak going into this year (see Elliot comments), but with Kamara and Cook still on the board, I would have been much happier (personally) going with a RB at this stage of the draft. However, with QBs flying off the board, it may have been too tempting not to go and grab a top QB at this stage.


1.12 Brooklyn Lions - (A) Alvin Kamara
Matt: He was third in RB receptions in 2019 with 81. He is still very young at 24-years-old. The Saints are in a win now mode. Kamara has league winning upside. If this is Drew Brees’ last year the team will build around Kamara and Thomas.


 

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2.01 Brooklyn Lions - (A) Dalvin Cook
Chris: After grabbing Kamara and Cook at the turn the Lions have two very young top RBs and a position that has started to look a lot more top heavy after the 2020 NFL draft due to uncertainties. These grabs here are huge.


2.02 Bridgeport Jets - (A) Russel Wilson
Matt: Wilson was 3rd in QB scoring in 2019. The Bridgeport’s Jets put Wilson with Prescott to form the second best QB duo in the league. They should be a top 5 QB duo in the league for the next five years.  


2.03 St Louis Gunners - (B) Josh Allen
Chris: Had to grade this a little higher than I’d like because the QBs were selling like hot cakes, but there’s so much more I would have preferred to have taken to compliment Barkley here. I think the RBs on the board would have made a great pairing to start the draft, but as one of the last QBs with wheels and with Diggs improving the passing game in BUF it’s hard to completely hate the pick. I certainly think this was influenced by the draft so far.


2.04 Boston Bulldogs - (B+) Aaron Jones
Matt: Aaron Jones scored 19 TDs in 2019 and rushed for 1,048 yards. It will be hard for him to reproduce these numbers this year; especially the TD numbers. The team invested a second-round pick in a RB in the 2020 draft and AJ is 25-years-old. AJ is a talented player but reached his ceiling in 2019.


2.05 Jacksonville Sharks - (A) Joe Mixon
Chris: Adding Mixon to Henry is a solid start to this draft. Mixon, only 23, is a back who I feel has been coached out of his full potential. With 17 new coaches and a new head coach last year, the Bengals were a bit of a mess. A young QB means Mixon could see more of the ball, to get Burrow settled, and with only Gio Bernard behind him, things are really looking up for Mixon.


2.06 Cincinnati Reds - (D) Joe Burrow
Matt: This was the truest case of “take your guy”. Burrow has the potential to be a top 3 QB in the league based on his college resume. However, it was a reach given how early Burrow was taken. Burrow and Murray could develop into a devastating duo, but it’s a lot of faith based on a player you could have gotten in the 3rd or 4.11 like in the Alpha league.  


2.07 Ohio Glory - (D) Travis Kelce
Chris: Adding a top TE in TE premium here doesn’t seem unfavorable. However, when you take a 30-year-old who is arguably the second best TE in the league ahead of arguably the best at 26, I must question WHY? Kittle is the CLEAR TE1 in dynasty and looks set to shine in Jimmy Gs second real year as the SF QB. With Kittle still on the board he must be taken 1st.


2.08 Pottsville Maroons - (A) George Kittle
Matt: George Kittle is the best TE in the league, and to get him over Kelce, is a steal. He will be the best at his position for the next five years.


2.09 Ohio Glory - (A) Devante Adams
Chris: Grabbing 3rd best WR at the 2.11 seems like fantastic value. This team is starting to form a win now look (still should have gone Kittle), but with a top RB, WR and TE this is starting to look like a title contender. I start to worry a little with no 3rd,4th or 5th round pick that depth may start to become an issue, but I am intrigued as to how this team fills out.


2.10 Pottsville Maroons - (A) Tyreek Hill
Matt: Pottsville is building the most elite group of pass catchers in the league with Thomas, Kittle, and Hill. If Hill stays healthy and out of trouble, he will anchor a team that will produce top numbers for years to come.


2.11 Pottsville Maroons - (A-) Josh Jacobs
Chris: Jacobs, had a solid rookie year last year finishing as the RB20. Adding Jacobs to a Michael Thomas, Tyreek Hill, and George Kittle line-up looks absolutely fantastic. He may not have been the best guy available, but after Jacobs there are few other RBs in clear stand-alone jobs.


2.12 Birmingham Barracudas - (A) Chris Godwin
Matt: The Barracudas make some trades and secure Godwin as their second pick. He should flourish in the TB system with Brady at the helm. He caught 86 passes with 64 first downs! That means 73% of his catches went for first downs. Both of those numbers should go up with Brady at QB.


 

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3.01 Brooklyn Lions - (C) Kenyan Drake
Chris: This grading is more from a team aspect. Adding a third RB and having three clear standout number-ones for their team may have a devastating effect, but the effect it has on other positions could be more brutal. With some standout WRs still on the board, I think a wideout would have been a much better option. However, if the Lions can still somehow grab a big name, it could be a huge.


3.02 Bridgeport Jets - (A) Clyde Edwards-Helaire
Matt: The Jets take their first non-QB prospect with the “Fresh Prince of Helaire”. He is the best RB/WR on the board and should easily break his college reception record of 55 this year. They can’t load the box against him with Mahomes at QB. Helaire has the potential and draft capital to be a top 4 RB.


3.03 Providence Steamrollers - (D-) Drew Brees
Chris: I really don’t like this pick. Brees didn’t go until 8.07 in the Alpha league and at the age of 41 has very few miles left on the body. He might have a year or two at best left in him. There’s plenty more players who had a much better value.


3.04 Boston Bulldogs – (D) Todd Gurley
Matt: Two years ago, Gurley would be a top 5 pick in this same draft. Fast forward to today and in the 3rd round, this is a reach. He may be in a time share based on how the Falcons handled last year’s backfield and Gurley has an injured knee. What helps him is the Falcons have invested in their o-line in the past few years. He caught 31 passes last year with the Rams and could double those numbers if he matches Freeman’s receptions of 59.


3.05 Jacksonville Sharks - (C-) Julio Jones
Chris: Julio is an elite WR, but another guy that falls in the category of age worries. At 31-years-old, how many years does Julio have left? Granted he is a top WR, I would have preferred a younger dynasty asset that still can beat Julio for what may be his last year(s) at the top.


3.06 Cincinnati Reds – (A) Jonathan Taylor
Matt: Taylor is an elite college RB that will be playing behind one of the best lines in the league. Taylor should split carries with Mack in year one but in year two and beyond he should easily surpass 250 carries a year. The only negative on Taylor is that he had 926 college carries and he has a fumbling issue.


3.07 Birmingham Baracudas - (A-) - Nick Chubb
Chris: The Cudas add an RB to a talented QB and WR partnership. I like this addition to the team. Though with only four 20+ point games last year, TDs were somewhat scarce for Chubb (8 total, all rushing). If he can repeat similar yardage to last year, and add a handful more TDs, Chubb has the chance to be real value at this spot.


3.08 Providence Steamrollers - (A-) Odell Beckham Jr
Matt: Odell had his worst statistical year since being drafted in 2014. He still had 74 receptions, 1,035 yards, and 44 first downs. He is entering the prime of his career and should be on an improved offense is Cleveland. Odell has the potential to be a top 5 WR this year


3.09 Boston Bulldogs - (C+) Aaron Rodgers
Chris: QBs have really come of the board in this one so the Rodgers pick makes a little more sense. A guy that can clearly put up the numbers and some would argue one of the best QBs in the league at 36. However, the team invested, strangely somewhat, in a young QB during the draft. I can’t help but wonder “where/what’s next?”. While some younger QBs were still on the board that may have offered a better long-term solution, this looks like a grab with a win now mentality.


3.10 Omaha Mustangs - (A) Miles Sanders
Matt: This is the first pick for the Mustangs in the draft. Sanders had 179 carries in 2019 vs Jordan Howard who had 119 carries. It’s easy to envision Sanders surpassing 225 carries this year since Howard left. Sanders is easily the most proven three-down back left on the board. He should easily be a top 10 RB this year.


3.11 Omaha Mustangs - (A) DJ Moore
Chris: DJ went nearly a round ahead in the Alpha league (to me) so I may be slightly biased on this one. The young wideout seems to have hidden value to most. With 87 receptions, 1155 yards and only 4 TDs last year, if Moore can keep up that rate, he’s going to hold a WR1 spot for a few years. With arguably the biggest QB upgrade during the off-season (Grier to Bridgewater), we could see an increase to the passing game in CAR which only benefits Moore.


3.12 Birmingham Barracudas - (B) Mark Andrews
Matt: Mark is the best TE left on the board and is still only 23-years-old. He only had 64 receptions and 852 yards but boosted his scoring with 10 TDS. Only one other TE scored more than 6 TDs on the year. He should have some TD regression this year, which could push him outside of the top 5 TEs.


 

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4.01 Birmingham Baracudas - (B-) Courtland Sutton
Chris: Another youngster added to this Cuda lineup. After grabbing Andrews just one pick ago, this roster is starting to really take shape. I love the addition of a WR here over the current RBs available, but personally would have like to see maybe one of a few others selected; Amari Cooper and Mike Evans to name a few. My only worry is how long Sutton remains the #1 in DEN. First and 2nd round draft picks used on WRs look to give Lock several targets to throw at.


4.02 Erie Explosion - (B) Amari Cooper
Matt: Amari was just outside the top 10 WRs in 2019. The worry with Amari is due to the Cowboys drafting CeeDee Lamb in the first round of the 2020 draft. The Cowboys, under McCarthy, will utilize three wide receiver sets a lot, similar to how he coached in GB. This could cause Amari to lose targets.


4.03 Pottsville Maroons - (A-) Austin Ekeler
Chris: Ekeler is a back who’s pass catching originally got him a spot on the team. With the addition of taking the lead-back role and potentially having two new QBs during the season (expecting Taylor to start before Herbert takes over), Ekeler’s value has increased massively short term. The Maroons have done a lot of trading so far; 3/8 involve them. The roster is beginning to look like a real contender for the title. No QB yet though, can’t wait to see where this team goes.


4.04 Omaha Mustangs - (C) Juju Smith-Schuster
Matt: Juju ended the year as the 62nd ranked WR. This was largely due to Big Ben getting injured and replaced with terrible QBs. The talk coming out of Pittsburgh is that Juju is moving to the slot and Chase Claypool will start as the X receiver. On top of that, there is talk that the Steelers won’t resign him after this year. It felt like a slight reach given that there were several other WRs that are in better situations still on the board. Also, Juju was the third WR in scoring on his team behind James Washington and Dionte Johnson.


4.05 Providence Steamrollers - (A+) Mike Evans
Chris: A huge addition at this stage in the draft. The Steamrollers added an equally talented receiver to the receiver they already have. TB has added Brady and Gronk this year, with Godwin and Evans, this offense is gearing up to be the #1 offense in the league if things go the way people are predicting.


4.06 Omaha Mustangs - 4.06 (A) AJ Brown
Matt: AJ ended the year as the 19th ranked WR. He only had 52 receptions, the next closest WR with that few of reception is ranked 36th. He is the number 1 WR in Tennessee and should easily catch 80 receptions this year. He has top 5 upside and is a steal in the middle of the 4th round. Omaha traded back more than any team and acquired numerous picks in the 4th round and later. They are building a deep young team in Omaha.


4.07 Cincinnati Reds - (B+) JK Dobbins
Chris: As a stand-alone pick, I like JK here, though this is a team built for the future. The Reds now have two young QBs and two young RBs; an exceptionally talented team with perceived HUGE careers ahead of them. I just worry how soon this will come. This may be a team that could be a real contender in 2021 with this build, though may struggle to make .500 this year.


4.08 Jacksonville Sharks - (A) Kenny Golladay
Matt: Kenny ended the year as the 6th ranked WR and that was even with Stanford getting hurt. He had 65 receptions on the year and 53 first downs, meaning that 80% of his receptions went for first downs. He also had 11 TDs on those 65 receptions. He should be a top WR for years to come.


4.09 Boston Bulldogs - (B+) Cooper Kupp
Chris: Kupp may be someone who could have been waited on, but a guy whose potential could skyrocket into stats moving forward. One of the top young wideouts with both high receptions and 1st downs last year and now one of two rather than three wideouts in LA. Kupp finished as the WR 4 last year and should be looking to at least match that over the next 2/3 years.


4.10 St Louis Gunners - (C) Calvin Ridley
Matt: Ridley is a reach at this point in the draft. He is the number 2 WR in Atlanta and should be for several more years. He ended the year as the 25th ranked WR and should finish around there again this year. In comparison, Ridley wasn’t drafted until the 6th round in the Alpha league.


4.11 Bridgeport Jets - (C) Cam Akers
Chris: With D’Andre Swift still on the board, the Akers pick confuses me a little. The Jets have a rookie RB already and with two QBs taken with the first three picks. Going with another rookie looks like the Jets are setting themselves up to struggle when looking for a WR1, especially when you leave arguably a better running back on the board. Not a huge fan of this pick.


4.12 Brooklyn Lions - (A) Matthew Stafford
Matt: Matthew Stafford was on his way to having an impressive season before he got hurt. He had thrown 19 TDs with only 5 interceptions. He is still young at only 32-years-old and with Kenny Golladay emerging he has a true #1 WR. The Brooklyn Lions are building a very well rounded and talented team with Stafford at QB.



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5.01 Brooklyn Lions - (B) DK Metcalf
Chris: With their second of three picks in a row, the Lions pick up a monster of a WR, adding him to an outstanding RB trio. Going around the right time here, I have him ranked 18th and he’s taken as the 18th WR. Good value going into his second year and likely to get a similar stat line to last year. Anything extra/more efficient could make this huge value. Metcalf had a 0 against ARI and 3 fumbles throughout last year, one being right at the goal line, something which should only echo the potential improvement.


5.02 Brooklyn Lions - (A) Allen Robinson
Matt: Robinson may be the best WR in the NFL given the success he has had versus the terrible QB he was worked with his entire career. He ended last year as the 9th ranked WR with an impressive 98 receptions. When Foles takes over at QB in Chicago, it should mean an even greater stat line for Allen.


5.03 Pottsville Maroons - (B) - Carson Wentz
Chris: The first QB for the Maroons adds to a talented skill position pool. Wentz both looks and feels like he is older than 27. If Wentz’s WR core can stay healthy, he has the chance to be a top QB. I think Wentz’s floor is probably better than a lot of the QBs on the board purely on what he has shown with an injury hit team. I’m not sure his ceiling is the highest though. A very “comfortable” pick.


5.04 Omaha Mustangs - (A) D’Andre Swift
Matt: Swift has league winning upside. The Detroit Lions have been one of the worst rushing teams in the league for years now. Swift should change that. Kerryon Johnson only has one year left in Detroit and that’s if he doesn’t get hurt again this year. Swift will be a three-down back and could surpass 200 carries this year.  


5.05 Jacksonville Sharks - (B) Baker Mayfield
Chris: Baker is a #1 draft pick but is yet to really meet his full potential. Adding Austin Hopper to an already talented roster, gives Baker possibly the best opportunity yet. I think Baker should only trend upwards over the next few years and is only 25-years-old. Cleveland have the T3 easiest SoS going into next year, which could really help Bakers ceiling to rise.


5.06 Cincinnati Reds - (B-) CeeDee Lamb
Matt: Lamb has long term upside but for the upcoming season he will float between a WR2 and WR3 on his team. Cooper and Gallup are both young talents that will get significant targets still. The Reds have approached the draft with a rookie heavy strategy that will pay off seasons from now, but at this pick, they skipped over talented WRs like Parker, Diggs, and Allen, who all figure to be WR1 on their teams this season.


5.07 Omaha Mustangs - (B-) Daniel Jones
Chris: Jones is a QB that has ok value for maybe 2/3 years, I’m just not in on him being the franchise QB anywhere. Although I am happy with him over a 2-3-year period, there are other QBs available who show a 5+ year value much higher in my opinion.


5.08 Providence Steamrollers - (A) Zach Ertz
Matt: Ertz was the best TE left on the board, and a position of need for the Steamrollers. He should be Wentz’s number 1 target this year.


5.09 Providence Steamrollers - (C) Tom Brady
Chris: Arguably the best there has ever been, Brady is coming to the end of what has been a fantastic career. On a new team, with what could be perceived as a much better offense, Brady could have one really good year, but I don’t see much after that. With Brady and Brees as the Steamrollers’ the current QBs, if this team doesn’t win NOW, it may be a long/expensive road before it does.


5.10 Omaha Mustangs - (A) Drew Lock
Matt: The Broncos invested heavily in their offense this year. This will give Drew Lock every opportunity to be successful. This is the best weapons Denver has had since the Peyton Manning days. If lock can be 80% of Manning, he will be great this year.


5.11 Erie Explosion - (C+) Leonard Fournette
Chris: I am a huge Fournette fan and love his potential upside. A top running back, who despite not being the best pass catcher, took that role last year and excelled somewhat. A healthy Chris Thompson will eat into those targets and with JAX not taking on his 5th year option, unable to even trade him for a 7th round pick (reportedly), the future throws up so many questions. If Fournette can stay healthy and land in the right spot, he could easily be a top 10 RB for multiple years. At this point, do I see that happening, no. But in the 5th round it is worth the gamble to grab someone this talented who could easily be going in the 2nd or 3rd round.


5.12 Birmingham Barracudas - (C+) Keenan Allen
Matt: Keenan Allen may struggle to find targets this year. Taylor is known to be a safe dink and dunk QB, which will work in favor of Ekeler, and Henry. There is also a chance of a QB controversy in LAC. Allen caught 104 targets for 1,199 yards. Mike Williams caught 49 targets for 1,001 yards. Allen is in line to lose targets to Williams based on production.