Scout Fantasy Sports is very happy to introduce the newest member of the content team, Bill Enright! Bald, bold, and braggadocios is no way to go through life. Unfortunately for Bill, he has no choice. Operator of FFChamps.com since 2010, host of NFL Weekly on Fancred and radio host for the New England Patriots since 2012, the New Jersey native’s love for football is only matched by his hatred for baseball. A Top 3 finisher in overall weekly accuracy in 2016 and Top 10 in 2017 on FantasyPros, Enright is a Fantasy Football aficionado not to be underestimated.
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First Draft-N-Go Draft Board of 2018 at Scout Fantasy Sports
Most Surprising Pick of the first TWO rounds: Rob Gronkowksi, New England Patriots
I’m still amazed people take Gronk this early in a draft. One could make the argument that Gronk isn’t even the best tight end in the league anymore.
Pick I hate the most through the first FOUR rounds: Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos
Demaryius Thomas at the end of the 3rd round in front of guys like TY Hilton, Amari Cooper, and Josh Gordon is a very short-sighted approach to building a team. Thomas’ upside is severely capped in the Broncos’ offense while Hilton, Cooper, and Gordon all have about the same floor as DT but much more room to greatly exceed expectations.
Pick I love the most through the first FOUR rounds: LeSean McCoy, Buffalo Bills
Three-down RBs are more rare in the NFL than a West African Rhinoceros. Shady McCoy is among the last of a dying breed. He’s not in a committee, doesn’t get patched at the goal-line, stays in on passing downs. For a 3rd round pick, he’s tremendous value.
Favorite team through first THREE rounds: Team 2
Love the combo of David Johnson and Mark Ingram plus a wide receiver 1 of Tyreek Hill. Great foundation to build your team.
Favorite team through EIGHT rounds: Team 8
Starting your team with three RBs who have solid floors and high ceilings and then combining them with two PPR studs in Tate and Edelman makes for a great starting lineup. Add in Greg Olsen at TE and then two boom/bust flex options in Jones and Fuller is a recipe for both consistent points with big boom potential.