The Hazean’s fantasy football mock draft database has been updated for the last time this summer.
Most fantasy owners are just about done with mock drafts. I already have participated in one real draft and have another one this weekend. My final real draft — the most competitive league in which I play — drafts next weekend in New Orleans.
Thanks for keeping up with all of mock draft trends via the mock draft database. I hope it was a tool you guys found useful. If you have some feedback or a way to make it better next year, please share in the comments below.
Here are today’s great reads:
- A nice list of all the fantasy football players moving up draft boards in fantasy football mock drafts. There also is a link to players with falling value. [FFToolBox]
- Breaking down the top 12 quarterbacks by average draft position and whether or not you should pick or pass on the players. [Fantasy Football Fools]
- Keeping tabs on this year’s rookie class two weeks into the preseason football schedule. [National Football Post]
- I watched the replay of the Bears-Giants game last night, and I have to say I am starting to buy into the Earl Bennett buzz. [Roto Arcade]
- A rundown of the most important news to fantasy owners out of training camp, including the Seahawks addition of Edgerrin James and the return of Cadillac Williams. [FanHouse]
- Speaking of Seattle, things are going south very, very quickly for the Seahawks on the offensive line. That is bad news for Matt Hasselbeck and Co. [Pancake Blocks]
- A lot of fantasy owners are writing off Chad OchoCinco Johnson this year, but that may be a bad idea after watching him during the preseason. [Fantasy Clicks]
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