As Fantasy Football owners gear up for the new season, a 2019 Fantasy Football mock draft going five rounds with 10 teams is in order, the first in a series.
Fantasy football drafts are approaching for the 2019 season, which means it is officially time to start looking at rankings, numbers and all the goods that come with preparation for fantasy football.
The excitement begins to rise in all fantasy owners’ hearts with the idea that the incredible preparation and research that it takes to get ready for your draft is just days away. From figuring out who your sleepers are to the exact strategy that you want to do your best to follow when draft time is around, it all gets the blood pumping.
With that being said, it is time to start looking at fantasy football mock drafts to get a grasp of how league mates may draft in certain spots and what that means for you and your draft. Most owners are now playing in PPR (points per reception) formats by now with standard scoring leagues being the outlier.
That being said, the first version of my 2019 fantasy football mock draft will be a five-round, 10-team PPR mock drafted by one person with the 10 teams being perfectly crafted to how you can expect your draft to potentially play out.
The first pick this year can be a number of choices due to the incredible running back talent that the NFL now has in their league. In this PPR mock draft, some picks may come as a surprise, but it will be exciting to see how all 10 teams fare over the five rounds.
Without further ado, let’s kick it off with the first round and a possibly surprising first choice to get things started.