Wednesday, April 25, 2018



The Rotoworld Football crew will have the NFL draft covered intensively Thursday through Sunday with blurbs on each player selected, a live pick-by-pick draft tracker, a day-two mock before Friday’s second round kicks off, fantasy analysis on how drafted rookies impact veterans, post-draft grades, Dynasty Rookie Rankings, and much more. Rotoworld can be your one-stop shop for NFL draft coverage. We will have all hands on deck for one of the most exciting and unpredictable sporting events of the year.

Editor’s Note: With the 2018 draft here, fantasy football season has begun. Compete in a live best ball draft! It’s season long but with no management. Just set it and forget it! Once you’re done drafting, that’s it – no trades or waivers – you don’t even have to set your lineup. Your best players get automatically selected and you’ll get the best score, every week. For a limited time, DRAFT is giving Rotoworld readers a FREE entry into a real money draft and a Money-Back Guarantee up to $100! Here’s the link


 

1. BrownsSam DarnoldJohn Dorsey begins GM tenure with top-rated QB prospect.
2. GiantsSaquon Barkley – Org. sounds convinced Eli Manning has multiple years left.
3. JetsBaker Mayfield – Jets envision Mayfield as franchise spark, great fit for offense.
4. BrownsBradley Chubb – Dorsey secures draft’s top-rated quarterback & pass rusher.
5. BroncosQuenton Nelson – Broncos commit to shoring up OL with elite left guard.
6. ColtsDenzel Ward – Best man-coverage CB in draft elevates putrid Colts secondary.
7. BuccaneersDerwin James – Weak TB secondary adds highest-ceiling safety in draft.
8. BearsRoquan Smith – 3-down Mike ‘backer is Vic Fangio’s next Navorro Bowman.
9. 49ersTremaine Edmunds – Plays K.J. Wright role in 49ers’ Seahawks-style defense.
10. RaidersKolton Miller — OL coach Tom Cable gets his man in draft’s most athletic LT.
11. DolphinsMinkah Fitzpatrick – Takeaway specialist. Dolphins ranked 28th in INTs (9).
12. BillsJosh Allen — Perhaps via trade up, Bills push in their chips on toolsy project QB.
13. RedskinsVita Vea – Skins add massive NT to one of NFL’s softest defensive fronts.
14. PackersHarold Landry – Pass-rush-needy Packers land bendy outside-edge rusher.
15. CardinalsJosh Rosen – Likely via trade up, Cards get pro-ready UCLA pocket passer.
16. RavensLamar JacksonOzzie Newsome gives Ravens QB of future in send-off draft.
17. ChargersTaven Bryan – Raw but high-energy DT perfect fit for Gus Bradley scheme.
18. SeahawksMarcus Davenport – Fits SEA athletic profile & addresses pass-rush need.
19. CowboysLeighton Vander Esch – Draws comparisons to Brian Urlacher from scouts.
20. LionsDa’Ron Payne – Lions add interior talent, make MLB Jarrad Davis’ life easier.
21. BengalsFrank Ragnow – Viewed as draft’s No. 2 interior OL after Quenton Nelson.
22. Bills — Isaiah Wynn – Buffalo lost LG Richie Incognito and C Eric Wood to retirement.

23. PatriotsMike McGlinchey — High-floor Notre Dame tackle replaces Nate Solder at LT.
24. Panthers — James Daniels – Iowa C upgrades Carolina interior OL that’s falling apart.

25. TitansRashaan Evans – Alabama ILB seamlessly replaces FA loss Avery Williamson.
26. FalconsCalvin Ridley – Rounds out 3-WR package with Julio JonesMohamed Sanu.
27. SaintsHayden Hurst – TE-needy Saints finally move on from the Coby Fleener era.
28. SteelersJustin Reid – Steelers overhaul at safety after giving up too many big plays.
29. JaguarsD.J. Moore – Moore joins Ridley as the two WRs selected in the first round.
30. Vikings —  Will Hernandez – Mauler from UTEP starts day one for Vikings at left guard.

31. PatriotsJaire Alexander – Playmaking man-coverage CB battled injury last season.
32. EaglesSony Michel – Philly maintains 3-way RBBC with aggressive, explosive back.

The Rotoworld Football crew will have the NFL draft covered intensively Thursday through Sunday with blurbs on each player selected, a live pick-by-pick draft tracker, a day-two mock before Friday’s second round kicks off, fantasy analysis on how drafted rookies impact veterans, post-draft grades, Dynasty Rookie Rankings, and much more. Rotoworld can be your one-stop shop for NFL draft coverage. We will have all hands on deck for one of the most exciting and unpredictable sporting events of the year.

Editor’s Note: With the 2018 draft here, fantasy football season has begun. Compete in a live best ball draft! It’s season long but with no management. Just set it and forget it! Once you’re done drafting, that’s it – no trades or waivers – you don’t even have to set your lineup. Your best players get automatically selected and you’ll get the best score, every week. For a limited time, DRAFT is giving Rotoworld readers a FREE entry into a real money draft and a Money-Back Guarantee up to $100! Here’s the link


 

1. BrownsSam DarnoldJohn Dorsey begins GM tenure with top-rated QB prospect.
2. GiantsSaquon Barkley – Org. sounds convinced Eli Manning has multiple years left.
3. JetsBaker Mayfield – Jets envision Mayfield as franchise spark, great fit for offense.
4. BrownsBradley Chubb – Dorsey secures draft’s top-rated quarterback & pass rusher.
5. BroncosQuenton Nelson – Broncos commit to shoring up OL with elite left guard.
6. ColtsDenzel Ward – Best man-coverage CB in draft elevates putrid Colts secondary.
7. BuccaneersDerwin James – Weak TB secondary adds highest-ceiling safety in draft.
8. BearsRoquan Smith – 3-down Mike ‘backer is Vic Fangio’s next Navorro Bowman.
9. 49ersTremaine Edmunds – Plays K.J. Wright role in 49ers’ Seahawks-style defense.
10. RaidersKolton Miller — OL coach Tom Cable gets his man in draft’s most athletic LT.
11. DolphinsMinkah Fitzpatrick – Takeaway specialist. Dolphins ranked 28th in INTs (9).
12. BillsJosh Allen — Perhaps via trade up, Bills push in their chips on toolsy project QB.
13. RedskinsVita Vea – Skins add massive NT to one of NFL’s softest defensive fronts.
14. PackersHarold Landry – Pass-rush-needy Packers land bendy outside-edge rusher.
15. CardinalsJosh Rosen – Likely via trade up, Cards get pro-ready UCLA pocket passer.
16. RavensLamar JacksonOzzie Newsome gives Ravens QB of future in send-off draft.
17. ChargersTaven Bryan – Raw but high-energy DT perfect fit for Gus Bradley scheme.
18. SeahawksMarcus Davenport – Fits SEA athletic profile & addresses pass-rush need.
19. CowboysLeighton Vander Esch – Draws comparisons to Brian Urlacher from scouts.
20. LionsDa’Ron Payne – Lions add interior talent, make MLB Jarrad Davis’ life easier.
21. BengalsFrank Ragnow – Viewed as draft’s No. 2 interior OL after Quenton Nelson.
22. Bills — Isaiah Wynn – Buffalo lost LG Richie Incognito and C Eric Wood to retirement.

23. PatriotsMike McGlinchey — High-floor Notre Dame tackle replaces Nate Solder at LT.
24. Panthers — James Daniels – Iowa C upgrades Carolina interior OL that’s falling apart.

25. TitansRashaan Evans – Alabama ILB seamlessly replaces FA loss Avery Williamson.
26. FalconsCalvin Ridley – Rounds out 3-WR package with Julio JonesMohamed Sanu.
27. SaintsHayden Hurst – TE-needy Saints finally move on from the Coby Fleener era.
28. SteelersJustin Reid – Steelers overhaul at safety after giving up too many big plays.
29. JaguarsD.J. Moore – Moore joins Ridley as the two WRs selected in the first round.
30. Vikings —  Will Hernandez – Mauler from UTEP starts day one for Vikings at left guard.

31. PatriotsJaire Alexander – Playmaking man-coverage CB battled injury last season.
32. EaglesSony Michel – Philly maintains 3-way RBBC with aggressive, explosive back.




























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