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NFL DFS Bargain Bin: Week 6

The key to winning consistently at daily fantasy is finding points for cheap. Everyone and their brother is going to play Gronk, Adrian Peterson and all of the other expensive studs. The way to separate yourself is through your cap-saving players. 

In most cases, cheap players that have the potential to score highly are in that position due

The key to winning consistently at daily fantasy is finding points for cheap. Everyone and their brother is going to play Gronk, Adrian Peterson and all of the other expensive studs. The way to separate yourself is through your cap-saving players. 

In most cases, cheap players that have the potential to score highly are in that position due to an injury to a teammate. This is why, in the NFL especially, it is crucial to keep track of every injury that is made public. Here is a link to a database of injuries I have created for the 2015 season that covers training camp through today. 

The guys on this list will be the cheap studs you need to cash out this week.

Quarterback

Brian Hoyer – Hoyer’s value is in his volume. The Texans have averaged 48 pass attempts per game, an astonishingly high number. While that number can be expected to decline with the return of Arian Foster, 40+ pass attempts is still very possible. For only $6700 on Fanduel and $5100 on DraftKings, Brian Hoyer offers the potential of 40 pass attempts against the Jaguars pass defense. Stack him with DeAndre Hopkins for upside in tournaments.

Colin Kaepernick 

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The Ravens are banged up on defense and are not currently playing up to the classic Baltimore standard. Kaep showed some improvement last week and should find success against the Ravens highly questionable secondary. He’s not cheap on Fanduel ($7300) but for the QB minimum on DraftKings ($5000) he is a solid value.

Running Back

Charcandrick West – Everyone’s favorite waiver wire add will be heavily owned in DFS this week. If he sees the majority of snaps in the KC backfield his volume alone should make him a quality play for only $4000 on DraftKings and $6200? on Fanduel.

Theo Riddick 


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Riddick leads all running backs in catches through five weeks with 30. His role as the pass catching back makes him more valuable on DraftKings in full PPR than on Fanduel which utilizes .5 PPR. Ameer Abdullah fumbled twice last week and could see a reduced workload which would further add to Riddick’s upside. Joique Bell could cut into the snaps at RB, but if the Lions fall behind Riddick will likely be heavily involved.

Chris Thompson – Much like Theo Riddick, Thompson is the clear pass catching back for the Redskins and is more valuable on DraftKings than Fanduel. The Redskins are unlikely to find success running between the tackles with Matt Jones suffering from a toe injury and stud DL Sheldon Richardson returning from suspension for the Jets. If the Jets build a lead and Redskins can’t establish the run game, Thompson could see double digit targets and put up a quality point total for only $3300 on DraftKings.

Wide Receiver

Michael Floyd – Floyd is a shot in the dark, but one that could pay big dividends. Floyd was injured to start the season, but has slowly eased his way into the starting lineup and could see more snaps after John Brown missed practice this Wednesday. For super cheap on both DraftKings ($3000) and Fanduel ($4900) you have the opportunity to stack Floyd with Carson Palmer and hope that Floyd catches a TD and puts you in a great position to cash in a GPP.

Anquan Boldin 

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Boldin had an impressive game last week but is still only $4300 on DraftKings. Stacking him with Kaepernick on DK will provide you with a QB/WR pairing that will give you plenty of cap room to fill the rest of your lineup with studs.

Ted Ginn Jr. – The Panthers, on the road in Seattle, find themselves facing what is one of the toughest matchups in the league. However, Ginn has quietly emerged as the clear second option for Cam Newton in the passing game. He has averaged 6.3 targets per game this season and could see more on Sunday if the Panthers fall behind. Ginn’s consistent volume can allow you to be comfortable slotting him into your tournament lineups.

Tight End

Jordan Cameron – The Dolphins have been really, really bad in 2015. For that reason, their starting TE, who has the talent to put up a solid score is only $3000 on DraftKings. Cameron is not nearly as appealing on Fanduel with a price tag of $5400. If you’re looking to save money at TE on DraftKings, Cameron is your guy.

Defense/Special Teams

Minnesota Vikings – The Vikings have one of the more talented defenses in the league and are welcoming in a Chiefs offense that was average at best and before losing Jamaal Charles. The Chiefs offensive line is among the worst in the league and will be exposed on Sunday.

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NFL DFS Bargain Bin: Week 6

The key to winning consistently at daily fantasy is finding points for cheap. Everyone and their brother is going to play Gronk, Adrian Peterson and all of the other expensive studs. The way to separate yourself is through your cap-saving players. 

In most cases, cheap players that have the potential to score highly are in that position due

The key to winning consistently at daily fantasy is finding points for cheap. Everyone and their brother is going to play Gronk, Adrian Peterson and all of the other expensive studs. The way to separate yourself is through your cap-saving players. 

In most cases, cheap players that have the potential to score highly are in that position due to an injury to a teammate. This is why, in the NFL especially, it is crucial to keep track of every injury that is made public. Here is a link to a database of injuries I have created for the 2015 season that covers training camp through today. 

The guys on this list will be the cheap studs you need to cash out this week.

Quarterback

Brian Hoyer – Hoyer’s value is in his volume. The Texans have averaged 48 pass attempts per game, an astonishingly high number. While that number can be expected to decline with the return of Arian Foster, 40+ pass attempts is still very possible. For only $6700 on Fanduel and $5100 on DraftKings, Brian Hoyer offers the potential of 40 pass attempts against the Jaguars pass defense. Stack him with DeAndre Hopkins for upside in tournaments.

Colin Kaepernick 

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The Ravens are banged up on defense and are not currently playing up to the classic Baltimore standard. Kaep showed some improvement last week and should find success against the Ravens highly questionable secondary. He’s not cheap on Fanduel ($7300) but for the QB minimum on DraftKings ($5000) he is a solid value.

Running Back

Charcandrick West – Everyone’s favorite waiver wire add will be heavily owned in DFS this week. If he sees the majority of snaps in the KC backfield his volume alone should make him a quality play for only $4000 on DraftKings and $6200? on Fanduel.

Theo Riddick 


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Riddick leads all running backs in catches through five weeks with 30. His role as the pass catching back makes him more valuable on DraftKings in full PPR than on Fanduel which utilizes .5 PPR. Ameer Abdullah fumbled twice last week and could see a reduced workload which would further add to Riddick’s upside. Joique Bell could cut into the snaps at RB, but if the Lions fall behind Riddick will likely be heavily involved.

Chris Thompson – Much like Theo Riddick, Thompson is the clear pass catching back for the Redskins and is more valuable on DraftKings than Fanduel. The Redskins are unlikely to find success running between the tackles with Matt Jones suffering from a toe injury and stud DL Sheldon Richardson returning from suspension for the Jets. If the Jets build a lead and Redskins can’t establish the run game, Thompson could see double digit targets and put up a quality point total for only $3300 on DraftKings.

Wide Receiver

Michael Floyd – Floyd is a shot in the dark, but one that could pay big dividends. Floyd was injured to start the season, but has slowly eased his way into the starting lineup and could see more snaps after John Brown missed practice this Wednesday. For super cheap on both DraftKings ($3000) and Fanduel ($4900) you have the opportunity to stack Floyd with Carson Palmer and hope that Floyd catches a TD and puts you in a great position to cash in a GPP.

Anquan Boldin 

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Boldin had an impressive game last week but is still only $4300 on DraftKings. Stacking him with Kaepernick on DK will provide you with a QB/WR pairing that will give you plenty of cap room to fill the rest of your lineup with studs.

Ted Ginn Jr. – The Panthers, on the road in Seattle, find themselves facing what is one of the toughest matchups in the league. However, Ginn has quietly emerged as the clear second option for Cam Newton in the passing game. He has averaged 6.3 targets per game this season and could see more on Sunday if the Panthers fall behind. Ginn’s consistent volume can allow you to be comfortable slotting him into your tournament lineups.

Tight End

Jordan Cameron – The Dolphins have been really, really bad in 2015. For that reason, their starting TE, who has the talent to put up a solid score is only $3000 on DraftKings. Cameron is not nearly as appealing on Fanduel with a price tag of $5400. If you’re looking to save money at TE on DraftKings, Cameron is your guy.

Defense/Special Teams

Minnesota Vikings – The Vikings have one of the more talented defenses in the league and are welcoming in a Chiefs offense that was average at best and before losing Jamaal Charles. The Chiefs offensive line is among the worst in the league and will be exposed on Sunday.

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NFL DFS Bargain Bin: Week 7

Daily Fantasy is all about getting points from cheap plays. DeAndre Hopkins isn't going to win you any money because everyone else is going to have him, too. Ditto for Devonta Freeman, Larry Fitzgerald, among others.

The Bargain Bin is dedicated to helping you find the

Daily Fantasy is all about getting points from cheap plays. DeAndre Hopkins isn’t going to win you any money because everyone else is going to have him, too. Ditto for Devonta Freeman, Larry Fitzgerald, among others.

The Bargain Bin is dedicated to helping you find the cap-saving plays that are the key to consistent DFS success. Based on the projections of a statistical model I built for NFL DFS, these players are the ones with the greatest chance of exceeding the expected point totals of their salaries on Fanduel and/or DraftKings.

Quarterback

Brian Hoyer (Fanduel – $6900 // DraftKings – $5300): While the fantasy community has fallen in love with DeAndre Hopkins, they haven’t yet caught on to why he is suddenly so valuable. The Texans are playing at a faster pace (75.67 plays per game, Chargers are 2nd with 70.17) than any other team in the league. As a result, Hopkins is leading the league in targets with 89, 14 more than the next closest player.

The other primary beneficiary of the Texans breakneck pace is Brian Hoyer. He has scored over 17 points in each of his last three starts. Even in a tough matchup on the road in Miami, he should throw enough to get you the points you need for his dirt cheap price on both Fanduel and DraftKings.

Derek Carr (Fanduel – $6700 // DraftKings – $5300)

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The Chargers have been fairly stingy against the pass in 2015. However, this game is almost certainly going to be a shootout and Chargers’ stud S Eric Weddle has been ruled out with a groin injury. He may not be overly efficient on Sunday, but Carr will likely throw 35+ times and put up the points needed to justify his price tag on both sites.


Running Back

Todd Gurley (Fanduel – $7400 // DraftKings – $5000): Gurley isn’t as good of a value on Fanduel as he is on DraftKings and doesn’t technically qualify for the Bargain Bin based on his Fanduel price. However, he has the potential to be one of the top scoring RB this week and is a fantastic value on DraftKings. The Browns have one of the leagues worst run defenses and Gurley’s backup, Tre Mason, missed practice on both Wednesday and Thursday. If Mason, can’t go, Gurley will see a heavy workload and continue to showcase the talent that made him the #10 overall pick.

Danny Woodhead (Fanduel – $6000 // DraftKings – $4600)

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Melvin Gordon fumbled twice last week and also sustained an ankle injury in the game. There is a good chance he sees a reduced role this week. If that is the case, Woodhead would be first in line to pick up the touches ceded by Gordon in a juicy matchup at home against the Raiders. If you need to save cap space at RB2, particularly on Fanduel, Woodhead is a solid option.

Lamar Miller (Fanduel – $6700 // DraftKings – $4600): Interim Head Coach Dan Campbell showed a renewed commitment to the running game last week by giving Lamar Miller a season high 19 carries. The Dolphins are currently favored by 4.5 points at home against the Texans which bodes well for Miller’s chances to see 15+ touches again on Sunday.

Frank Gore (Fanduel – $7100 // DraftKings – $4900): Gore is highly touchdown dependent, but has the pleasure of squaring off against the porous Saints defense at home on Sunday. The Colts are favored by four points and should have little trouble marching up and down the field. He isn’t going to put up a massive yardage total, but he’s a strong bet to get in the end zone at least once. 

Matt Jones (Fanduel – $5600 // DraftKings – $3200): The Redskins primary pass catching back, Chris Thompson, has been declared doubtful for Week 7. Jones is the most likely candidate to take over the role. Alfred Morris will handle some of the early down work, but Jones will see enough touches in both the run and pass game to serve as a strong punt play.

Wide Receiver

Michael Crabtree (Fanduel – $5900 // DraftKings – $4300): While Amari Cooper will likely be shadowed by Jason Verrett, who has been utterly dominant this season, Crabtree will have a much more favorable matchup. Crabtree is averaging an impressive 9.6 targets per game and there is little reason to think he won’t reach that number on Sunday. A Carr-Crabtree stack will leave you with plenty of cap room to fill your lineup with studs. 

Ted Ginn Jr. (Fanduel – $5300 // DraftKings – $3300)

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Ginn isn’t seeing an overwhelming number of targets (averaging 5.8 per game), but is the Panthers clear second option in the passing game behind Greg Olsen. The Eagles are much better defending the run than the pass and the Panthers play calling should reflect that. Ginn isn’t the safest play, but he offers intriguing upside in GPPs.

Michael Floyd (Fanduel -$4900 // DraftKings – $3200): John Brown missed practice on Friday and his status for the Cardinals Monday night matchup with the Ravens is in question. If Brown does miss the game, Floyd is a steal on DraftKings and a nice cheap stack option with Carson Palmer on both sites.

Tight End

Charles Clay (FD – $5500 // DK – $4300)

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Through six games, Charles Clay is averaging a respectable 7.5 targets per game. With both Percy Harvin and Sammy Watkins having been ruled out, Clay is a lock for double digit targets. He is a fantastic value on both sites.

Defense/Special Teams

Washington Redskins (FD – $4400 // DK – $2500) – The Redskins will welcome turnover-machine Jameis Winston to town in Week 7. He is averaging 1.6 turnovers per game in 2015. The Redskins defense isn’t elite, but it is solid and has the advantage of playing at home. If the Redskins can get out to an early lead and force the Buccaneers to throw, they could make a few big plays and be one of the top scoring D/ST.  

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Top Value Picks Of The 2nd-3rd Round

The 2nd and 3rd round's were filled with talented players who will provide considerable value to the teams that drafted them. Many will ultimately outperform some of the prospects taken in the 1st round.

To evaluate which picks brought back the most value, I used a metric called Value Score. The Value Score is a measure of how much higher

The 2nd and 3rd round’s were filled with talented players who will provide considerable value to the teams that drafted them. Many will ultimately outperform some of the prospects taken in the 1st round.

To evaluate which picks brought back the most value, I used a metric called Value Score. The Value Score is a measure of how much higher I had a player ranked on my big board than where he was drafted. It is calculated by dividing the actual draft slot by my ranking for that player. A positive score means I had that player higher on my big board than where they were drafted.

Value is relative to the number of the pick with which the player was drafted. The later the pick, the more valuable a player is given the same level of production.

Value score indicates the value of a pick, not necessarily the quality of the player. A larger Value Score will not always signify a better/more talented player. A high Value Score means that the player picked in that slot is likely to outperform most of the players taken before him. The teams who have players on this list are more likely to have better draft classes as a whole. The Bengals lead the way with three players on this list, followed by the Browns, Ravens, and Giants with two.

24 picks finished with a positive value score, accounting for just over one third of the 67 picks (35.8%) in the 2nd and 3rd round. I have analyzed the picks with the top five Value Scores, as well as two other picks that I particularly liked.

 

Top Value Picks:

1. DE Henry Anderson – Stanford

Draft Slot: 93rd overall – Indianapolis Colts (3rd round)

My Rank: 25th overall

Value Score: 3.72

Henry Anderson was inexplicably underrated throughout the entire draft process. He has everything you look for in a prototypical 3-4 DE. He was highly productive as a sophomore, registering 51 total tackles, 13 TFLs and 5.5 sacks. Injuries marred his junior year, and he was not nearly as productive (4 TFLs, 3 sacks) and this led to him dropping off of the radar a bit. He bounced back to record 15.0 TFLs and 8.5 sacks in 2014 as a senior.

Anderson’s impressive production in his sophomore season is a better indicator of success than is his production as a senior, though it was important to see him rebound when he was healthy.

He is extraordinarily quick for a player of his size (6’6 – 294) and is consistently disruptive in both when defending the run and when rushing the passer. Anderson will be one of the biggest steals of the 2015 NFL draft.

 

2. OLB Randy Gregory – Nebraska

Draft Slot: 60 – Dallas Cowboys (2nd)

My Rank: 19

Value Score: 3.16

This pick is about as boom or bust as it gets. Gregory is an elite edge rusher when healthy, and would have in all likelihood been a top ten pick if not for his off-field issues. I do not know all of the details of his problems, but I do know there are major concerns that Gregory is not mentally ready for the NFL.  Even with this being considered, the Cowboys got fantastic value with the 60th pick. Regardless of whether Gregory ever pans out, it was the right decision.

I see this situation very similarly to when the Cleveland Browns took Josh Gordon in the 2nd round of the 2012 Supplemental Draft. In 35 games across three seasons, Josh Gordon accumulated 2,754 receiving yards and 14 TDs. This equates to 1259 yards and 6.4 touchdowns per season. These numbers are even more impressive given the fact that he put up these numbers with Brandon Weeden and Brian Hoyer throwing him the football.

Even if Josh Gordon never plays another game in a Cleveland Browns uniform, he was worth that 2nd round pick. The only problem for the Browns is that they weren’t good enough to capitalize on his elite level of play. The Cowboys are in position to win now, and could have quite a formidable pass rush if Gregory, Greg Hardy, and Demarcus Lawrence all play to their potential.

There is no denying the chance that Gregory could be a bust. However, the odds that Gregory reaches his full potential, even though they may be slight, more than warrants the 60th overall pick in the draft. The Cowboys took a risk, but they did so at the bottom of the 2nd round, putting themselves in position to potentially get a great return on their investment.

 

3. LB Eric Kendricks, UCLA

Draft Slot: 45 – New Orleans Saints (2nd)

My Rank: 17

Value Score: 2.647

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Kendricks is a bit undersized at 6’0 – 230 lbs, but his collegiate on-field performance was outstanding. He led the nation in solo tackles two out of his last three seasons, and is widely regarded as the best cover linebacker in the draft. I wrote about Kendricks in our NFL Draft Preview series, and I believe he is a 1st round talent.

Kendricks was extremely productive as a sophomore, leading the nation with 91 solo tackles. This level of production early in a college career projects very well to the NFL, especially when considering his coverage ability. He is a true three down linebacker, and these types of players are extremely valuable in the passing league the NFL has become. He will slot in very nicely next to former UCLA teammate Anthony Barr.

 

4. WR Jaelen Strong, Arizona State

Draft Slot: 70 – Houston Texans (3rd)

My Rank: 29

Value Score: 2.41

Jaelen Strong’s drop in the draft reminded me a lot of when Keenan Allen dropped all the way to the 76th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. Neither are known for their straight-line speed, yet both are great with the ball in their hands and are productive as bigger slot receivers (Allen: 6’2 – 211 //  Strong: 6’2 – 217).  However, Strong surpassed expectations at the combine with a 4.44 second 40 yard dash while Keenan Allen ran a 4.71 second 40 yard dash at his combine.

This year’s Wide Receiver class is exceptionally deep, and in a weaker class Jaelen Strong would have been selected much higher. He will help replace Andre Johnson and provide support across from DeAndre Hopkins. Great pick by the Texans.

 

5. DE/OLB Owamagbe Ohdigizuwa, UCLA

Draft Slot: 74 – New York Giants (3rd Round)

My Rank: 37

Value Score: 2

Owa Ohdigizuwa has outstanding athleticism and the length (33 3/4 inch arms) that is so crucial for defensive lineman and pass rushers.  He excels at setting the edge and holding his ground in the running game, but also has some pass rushing ability as well.

Owa’s broad jump (127 inches) and vertical jump (39 inches) were both tops among defensive lineman at the 2015 NFL Combine. The jump scores are very important for pass rushers, and his marks are excellent. Owa has the skill set and versatility to play both DE in a 4-3 or OLB in a 3-4. The Giants added a nice piece to their defensive line at the cheap price of a mid-3rd rounder.

 

 

9. WR Tyler Lockett, Kansas State

Draft Slot: 69 – Seattle (3rd)

MR: 39

Value Score: 1.77

When I saw what the Seahawks gave up to move up to this pick (3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th rounders), my first thought was that GM Scott McCloughan of the Washington Redskins had pulled off highway robbery. However, the Seahawks picked one of the only players that could make me think that Seattle may have gotten their money’s worth. Tyler Lockett has been overlooked in this incredible group of Wide Receivers, but I think he has T.Y. Hilton-type potential. The Seahawks got a big passing target in Jimmy Graham this offseason, and now they add more speed to their receiving corps to go along with promising 2nd-year receiver Paul Richardson.

What I didn’t realize at the time of the pick, but makes this deal even sweeter for Seattle, is that they have four extra compensatory picks (a 4th, a 5th, and two 6th rounders) in this year’s draft. These added picks allowed Seattle to move up and draft a player, who I thought was an early 2nd round value, without trading away the rest of their draft picks in the process.

I also think that their 2nd round pick, DE Frank Clark, could prove to be a steal. He has very serious off the field concerns, but he has unquestionable talent and will bring even more ferocity to the the Seattle front seven if he can stay out of trouble.  Great job by GM John Schneider and the Seahawks front office finding value without the luxury of a 1st round pick.

 

12. SS/OLB Landon Collins – Alabama

Draft Slot: 33 – New York Giants (2nd)

My Rank: 22

Value Score: 1.5

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They had to trade up to get him, but the Giants desperately needed a safety after losing Antrel Rolle in free agency. Landon Collins was one player I thought was hurt by the extra time before this year’s draft. His lack of proficiency in coverage became the focus of attention when analyzing Collins rather than all of the things that he does well.

When you think about Collins from the proper perspective, a player who has the ability to cover but whose strength is his attacking the ball, you get a better idea of the type of player he is. Ideally, Collins will play a little closer to the line of scrimmage in the NFL than he did in college at Alabama.

Carolina Panthers 1st round pick Shaq Thompson (25th Overall) is a player that is is built similarly (6’0 – 225) to Collins but isn’t quite as physical. Thompson is on the opposite end of the spectrum, as I think he should play more in coverage than he did in college. In that role I think he could potentially live up to his draft slot. Despite being taken later, I think Collins is a better player than Thompson, and he will probably start Week 1 next season for the Giants

 

Rankings by Value Score for 2nd-3rd Round Picks (only positive grades):

  1. DE Henry Anderson (Colts) – 3.96
  2. OLB Randy Gregory (Cowboys) – 3.16
  3. LB Eric Kendricks (Vikings) – 2.65
  4. WR Jaelen Strong (Texans) – 2.41
  5. DE/ OLB Owamagbe Ohdigizuwa (Giants) – 2
  6. CB Ronald Darby (Bills) – 1.85
  7. LB Paul Dawson (Bengals) – 1.83
  8. DT Carl Davis (Ravens) – 1.8
  9. WR Tyler Lockett (Seahawks) – 1.77
  10. OT Jake Fisher (Bengals) – 1.77
  11. RB Duke Johnson (Browns) – 1.57
  12. S Landon Collins (Giants) – 1.5
  13. CB/S Eric Rowe (Eagles) – 1.47
  14. OLB Eli Harold (49ers) – 1.44
  15. TE Maxx Williams (Ravens) – 1.31
  16. TE Clive Walford (Raiders) – 1.31
  17. WR Dorial Green-Beckham (Titans) – 1.29
  18. CB Steven Nelson (Chiefs) – 1.27
  19. WR Sammie Coates (Steelers) – 1.19
  20. DE Preston Smith (Cardinals) – 1.12
  21. DT Jordan Phillips (Dolphins) – 1.11
  22. TE Jeff Heuerman (Broncos) – 1.07
  23. DT Xavier Cooper (Browns)  – 1.05
  24. OG A.J. Cann (Jaguars)  – 1.02
  25. TE Tyler Kroft (Bengals) – 1.01
  26. LB Denzel Perryman (Chargers) – 1

 

Top 20 Still Available on Big Board

  1. OT/OG La’El Collins*  – Currently involved in a murder investigation, but has not been named a suspect. Without concrete confirmation that Collins is innocent, teams have been reluctant to draft Collins to this point. He has said he will not sign with a team if he was not drafted on Day 2. This will be a situation to monitor very closely.
  2. DT Grady Jarrett

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Grady Jarrett, aside from La’El Collins, is the last player on the board that I had a 1st round grade on (25th overall). I would absolutely trade up to get him at the beginning of the 4th round. He is shaping up to be one of, if not the best value pick of the NFL Draft.

3. DE Trey Flowers

4. OT/OG T.J. Clemmings

5. S Adrian Amos

6. DE Michael Bennett

7. S James Sample

8. RB David Cobb

9. RB Mike Davis

10. RB Jay Ajayi

11. WR Justin Hardy

12. DT Tyeler Davison

13. S Derron Smith

14. LB Ben Heeney

15. WR Deandre Smelter

16. DT/DE Bobby Richardson

17. EDGE Shaquille Riddick

18. WR Dezmin Lewis

19. CB Quandre Diggs

20. QB Bryce Petty

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