Fantasy Football Experts Mock Draft:Round 7


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Round 7 Pick 1

Ryan Lester- Lester’s Legends

Pick: TE Brent Celek PHI

With essentially a rookie QB under center, Celek is going to be a security blanket for Kolb. I expect a lot of receptions and looks in the red zone.

Round 7 Pick 2

Vin Sadicario- FF Toolbox

Pick: QB Jay Cutler CHI

For as bad as Jay Cutler performed for the Bears last season, he still turned in a pretty good fantasy season. Mike Martz should be able to turn the Bears offense up another notch, and with Johnny Knox developing into a go to wide receiver, Cutler should be a top ten quarterback once again in 2010. I expect big things from Jay Cutler this season.

Round 7 Pick 3

Jeff Malloy- Beast or Bust

Pick: TE Zach Miller OAK

At only 24 years old, Zach Miller is primed for a breakout. In each of his three NFL seasons, his catches and yards have increased. He only has 7 career TD’s and was trying to catch passes from Jamarcus Russel, so he has been somewhat of an unreliable fantasy player. That will change this year. Jason Campbell will help the entire Raiders offense and he should look to the 6’5″ Miller often, especially in the redzone. There are a few very solid TE options still on the board and we could wait another round to grab one, but Miller’s upside has us not wanting to chance it.

Round 7 Pick 4

Steven Lourie- Football Fan Spot

Pick: RB Michael Bush OAK

Bush looks like the favorite to win the lead back job in Oakland. He has a career YPC of 4.6 despite running behind a horrible line and playing alongside a horrible quarterback. The Raiders have improved both of those areas this offseason.

Round 7 Pick 5

Hunter Ansley- Draft Zoo

Pick: WR Dez Bryant DAL

I should probably go running back here considering Frank Gore always has a risky feel to him and Jamaal Charles might have to watch Thomas Jones score his touchdowns, but I can’t pass on the potential. If I’m going young at WR, I might as well go all out with it. Despite his injury, Dez Bryant is dying to prove his worth and will work like crazy to make it back and make an impact. The Cowboys’ offense provides plenty of opportunity for him to rack up yards, and I think he’ll be a more prominent red zone option than Jason Witten. With Miles Austin garnering most of the attention from defenses, Bryant should find plenty of beatable coverage after he knocks Roy Williams out of a starting role. Plus, and I don’t know if anyone else heard ESPN ramble on about it, he was playing catch in a walking boot at the Hall of Fame game. I’ll take any receiver that can still use his hands while suffering from an ankle injury.

Round 7 Pick 6

Sam Arker- Rothstein Sports

Pick: WR Santana Moss WAS

I wish I could see the McNabb/Moss duo in at least one pre season game before making this pick, but Moss is most likely the guy in Washington.

Round 7 Pick 7

Eric Stashin- Rotoprofessor

Pick: WR Terrell Owens CIN

It’s a huge gamble, but with big potential rewards. As my third WR, it’s the perfect place to take the risk. He found a place in an offensive with the potential to put up a lot of points, meaning if he can keep himself in line, he could put up big numbers.

Round 7 Pick 8

Scott Carasik- Scardraft

Pick: RB Laurence Maroney NE

Getting a starting RB in the 7th round is a steal. Moroney may not have the best seasons every year, but he has been my solid bye week back for years now.

Round 7 Pick 9

Steve Adler- Fantasy Daddy

Pick: WR TJ Houshmandzadeh SEA

Although I was tempted to select a defense, I felt it was best that I select a solid performer with this pick. I do not have grand expectations for TJ, but I know he will be serviceable and who doesn’t love yelling “Who’s Your Mama” on Sunday afternoons?

Round 7 Pick 10

Paul Greco- Fantasy Pros 911

Pick: RB Justin Forsett SEA

New Seattle Seahawks head coach, Pete Carroll, has fallin in love with RB Justin Forsett. Although he might be the No.1 RB for Seattle, he’ll play flex and spot starter for my team.

Round 7 Pick 11

Walter Cherepinsky- Walter Football

Pick: RB Arian Foster HOU

Ben Tate is out for the year and Steve Slaton keeps fumbling, so Arian Foster will get all of the carries for the Texans.

Round 7 Pick 12

Justin Mertes-Mistretta- The Sports Bank

Pick: RB CJ Spiller BUF

Fred Jackson is out 4-6 weeks with a hand injury and Marshawn Lynch hurt his ankle during the preseason game. This leaves C.J. Spiller as a steal in the 7th round, as I am getting a starting RB with HUGE upside.

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