• Welcome to the ultimate mock draft experience, where the SportsEthos staff joins forces with elite Fantasy analysts from across the industry to tackle a two-quarterback redraft league. In this high-stakes Superflex format, where you can start a quarterback in a flex position, the competition is fierce, and the strategy is paramount.

    While Superflex leagues are often associated with Dynasty formats, their appeal and strategic complexity make them a thrilling option for redraft leagues. This mock draft will provide invaluable insights and showcase expert approaches to building a dominant team in one of the most dynamic and challenging formats in Fantasy Football.

    This was a 2QB, full-point PPR league draft with four points for a passing touchdown. The starting lineup included one QB, two RBs, three WRs, one flex, one superflex, one TE, and six bench players.

    Mock Draft Participants

    We provide full analysis of the draft here. Here are the draft participants, listed in drafting order:

    1. Keith Cork, SportsEthos
    2. Kevin Coleman, The Devy Royale
    3. Adam Sandilands, SportsEthos
    4. Jon Mosales, SportsEthos
    5. Brian Shade, SportsEthos
    6. Nathan Hernandez, SportsEthos
    7. Ralph Martinez, Fantrax
    8. Chris Rossi, SportsEthos
    9. Nick Skrip, Fantrax
    10. Jacob Dunne, SportsEthos
    11. David Mendelson, Triple Play Fantasy/RPO Football


    SportsEthos 2024 Fantasy Football Mock Draft Results And Analysis

    Draft board courtesy of sleeper.com

    Round One

    1. Josh Allen, QB, BUF (Cork)

    2. Jalen Hurts, QB, PHI (Coleman)

    3. Patrick Mahomes, QB, KC (Quaranta)

    4. Lamar Jackson, QB, BAL (Sandilands)

    5. Christian McCaffrey, RB, SF (Mosales)

    6. CeeDee Lamb, WR, DAL (Shade)

    7. C.J. Stroud, QB, HOU (Hernandez)

    8. Anthony Richardson, QB, IND (Martinez)

    9. Kyler Murray, QB, ARI (Rossi)

    10. Joe Burrow, QB, CIN (Skrip)

    11. Jordan Love, QB, GB (Dunne)

    12. Justin Jefferson, WR, MIN (Mendelson)

    Analysis: No surprise at the top with the first tier of quarterbacks being taken with the first four picks. C.J. Stroud has the potential to sneak into the top tier of quarterbacks, but I don’t blame Mosales and Shade for going with the cream of the crop at running back and wide receiver instead of continuing the quarterback run. Despite health concerns, Richardson has the rushing ability and wide receiver corps to finish QB1 overall. Love’s first year as the field general went spectacularly from a fantasy and real-life perspective, and he should take an even bigger step forward thanks to the addition of Josh Jacobs along with his young receivers growing and having another full offseason. Mendelson put a bow on the first round by forgoing the quarterback position and pouncing on elite wide receivers with back-to-back picks.

    Round Two

    1. Ja’Marr Chase, WR, CIN (Mendelson)

    2. Jayden Daniels, QB, WAS (Dunne)

    3. Tyreek Hill, WR, MIA (Skrip)

    4. Justin Herbert, QB, LAC (Rossi)

    5. Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, DET (Martinez)

    6. Dak Prescott, QB, DAL (Hernandez)

    7. Bijan Robinson, RB, ATL (Shade)

    8. Brock Purdy, QB, SF (Mosales)

    9. A.J. Brown, WR, PHI (Sandilands)

    10. Breece Hall, RB, NYJ (Quaranta)

    11. Tua Tagovailoa, QB, MIA (Coleman)

    12. Garrett Wilson, WR, NYJ (Cork)

    Analysis: It was between Daniels and Prescott with the second pick of the second round, but I wanted the ceiling Jayden provides. The rookie out of LSU was featured in my “Rookie QBs To Target” article, where you can see my enthusiasm for him. Expect a Cam Newton-like season from the reigning Heisman Award winner. Skrip capitalized on Hill’s slide, stealing him with the third pick in round two. In a PPR league like this one, you could argue that St. Brown should be the third or fourth wide receiver off the board. Purdy over Caleb Williams, Trevor Lawrence, and Goff may seem controversial, but the former Iowa State product is as safe as it gets with an offense that loves to spread the ball out to its playmakers. Wilson is tied to a recovering Aaron Rodgers, making him the quintessential boom-or-bust pick.

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July 8, 2024, 1:05 pm
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