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And many of you are wondering why on Earth are we mock drafting at least three months before just about everybody's fantasy draft? This right here, a fantasy football championship ring is not one in September in October, in November in December, these rings are won right now, with the first mock draft of the fantasy football season, all the way in May, let's Rob foreign guys welcome into no expert fantasy football.

I am your host Joe orico, and today we have the first fantasy football mock draft of the 2023 season.

So let's go ahead and hop in to the first mock draft of the day.

We're gonna do multiple mock drafts and, at the end of the video, we're gonna take note of some players that were overvalued undervalued, maybe even some that were perfectly valued and kind of organize our main takeaways from these mock drafts.

This first one is going to be a superflex or 2qb format.

After this we're gonna do the 1qb and then finally, we are going to be doing a three wide receiver format.

I do think the three wide receiver format is important to cover a lot of people play it and honestly, it's a great style.

So the roster for this is on the left.

We're just gonna, be doing half PPR uh for every Mock Draft.

Today, the roster for this one, two QB two running back two wide receiver, a tight end, a flex, a defense and a kicker I'll, be honest.

I'll, probably end up skipping to the end of the draft.

Once we hit like round nine or ten just some general fantasy draft strategy that and I like to take into any one of my drafts at any position in any format, I like to secure at least one top 12 or, if you're playing in a league with 10 people, one top 10 player at every single position.

So obviously, with the 2qb, it's going to be very important to grab an elite quarterback early at least one of them, because well, there's really only eight to ten Elite or very good quarterbacks, where, when you start to look at, for example, the wide receiver position, you have guys like DK Metcalf hanging around at wide receiver 16, who could easily go ahead and finish the week at that wide receiver, one spot just as a random example, where it's going to be a little bit harder for the qb16, maybe let's say Jared, Goff or Kirk Cousins to finish the weekly qb1.

So my first pick here guys is going to be a quarterback I, don't think that hurts at all now the best quarterback in drafts.

It really is between Mahomes Allen and Hertz.

I'm gonna go ahead and pick hurts really just take your pick between the two of them.

The first pick in this one was Christian McCaffrey.

Let's see what the computer Cooks up for trust.

My homes goes, Eckler grows.

Allen goes in the first right behind me: Justin Jefferson, Jamar Chase Bichon Robinson at the 111 Brees Hall at the 112.

Ken Walker at the 201 Josh Jacobs 202., now making making it now we were given the second overall pick in this mock draft randomly because of that we have two picks here at the turn for the two and the three at the turn for round two and round three.

So when you're drafting at the turn, something I like to do is take what is take the position with less depth first, so what do I mean by that I need a running back right now.

If we look, there are very few running back options.

I want only one I'm, very big on Naji Harris this year, I think he's going to be a great value like we're seeing right now.

So the probability of Naji Harris being here at 302 is less than the probability of a very good QB such as Fields, Herbert or Lawrence, being there at 302.

So we will save the pick with more depth for the 302 and we will go with Naji Harris as our rb1.

For this draft welcome to to the squad we're getting a slight reach notification here from fantasypros, so with the 302, we can go in a couple of directions.

We can go with the QB or we can go with an elite wide receiver.

Now I kind of like the values here later wide receiver picks such as Russell Wilson such as Aaron Rodgers, even Geno Smith.

Now for wide receivers.

The elite options are really running out.

I would really consider Stefon, Diggs and Devonte Adams, the last two Elite stud wide receiver, one options, probably a Monroe Saint Brown in there as well with AJ Brown.

You know, so you have four, but definitely at the 411.

We're gonna be running slim on true wide receiver, one locked and loaded top 10 options.

So I'm going to go ahead and draft Stefan Diggs.

He is going to be my wide receiver one.

So so far we have a stud QB, a stud borderline top 12 running back and a stud wide receiver.

So coming back through to the 411 without fail, some of those budget um some of those budget, less expensive.

Quarterback options are here to spend on my favorite in this tier of Tua Kirk, Aaron, Rodgers and Jared.

Goff is going to be probably Aaron, Rodgers I would say Tua normally, but that injury really does worry me I do feel like he's genuinely one or two big hits away from just missing a lot a lot of time and I.

Just don't want to run that risk in my draft.

So let's go here pick our second QB Aaron Rodgers and then what we're going to do here at the next pick is we're probably going to look for another wide receiver to follow up underneath Stefon Diggs, normally I'd take another running back, but Naji Harris is young enough to the point where he's probably gonna, be pretty durable, pretty locked and loaded guy for us every single week in that rb1 position and there's a lot of opportunity late in every single draft to get good running backs.

So let's just wait on that.

So for my wide receiver, 2 spot since our number one is Stefan Diggs who's pretty solid weekend and week out and that's 17 to 30 point range right: I'm gonna go for a high ceiling here with my wide receiver too, and the guy for me is DK Metcalf.

When you compare him to Debo Samuel DeAndre Hopkins, Keenan, Allen, Amari, Cooper Etc, down this left hand side.

There really is just something a little little bit risky about every single one of those guys, whereas DK Metcalf QB is coming back.

Offense looks great.

Gino loves the guy high high ceiling, maybe a bit of a lower floor uh than a guy like Stefan Diggs, but for the wide receiver two position: that's what you do Target.

So let's go ahead and draft DK Metcalf.

So through five rounds our roster is looking pretty good.

Jalen hurts Aaron Rodgers in our QB spots.

Naji Harris has our lone RB at the moment, Stefan Diggs and DK Metcalf in our wide receiver spots at the 611, our boy, our first undervalued player of the day.

Again guys we're going to be talking about all of our undervalued players.

At the end of the episode, but Jamir Gibbs is going to be our rb2 following up Jamir Gibbs for our Flex spot, I'm, really leaning towards Jerry Judy.

He is going to be yet another undervalued player.

We talk about at the end of the episode The Way Jerry Judy finished 2022 with Russell Wilson.

He was a borderline wide receiver.

One option he's the clear Alpha, in my opinion, over coron that passing attack, so we're gonna go ahead, lock him into our Flex spot.

So through six rounds, I really love the way, our team's looking.

We have a top three QB and Jalen hurts.

We have a guy with high upside Underneath Him in Aaron Rodgers.

We have a pretty solid and steady rb1 Naji Harris, although he's not a top five RB, that's fine because we do have Jalen hurts and then in the wide receiver one spot.

We have Stefan Diggs right, so you can afford to have a lower end of that top 12 in one position, for example, Naji Harris.

If your other positions for me, QB and wide receiver are higher end in terms of their positional value, I would say: Hertz, like I, said top three QB Stefon Diggs top six top seven wide receiver and then in those two spots, qb2 rb2 wider, super 2.

You have guys with high high ceiling and then for the flex position.

Jerry Judy, it's always good to Target.

Somebody in your Flex that you think is a value pick! Someone you think, has mixed opinions amongst the community or amongst those you're drafting with so Jerry Judy, very polarizing players.

Some people are all in on him.

Some people are very nervous to draft him them Target a player like that for your Flex, with a wide range of out.

So now that we really have our core 7 locked in.

Obviously, we can start taking a look at that tight end position, but now we're just gonna have to be identifying values in this draft.

Once you have that core seven, it's less about which position the players you're drafting, are and more about just getting value or perceived value that you think will help you in the long run so for the tight end position, I'm a big fan of getting a lower end guy.

That still is in every week starter for this mock draft.

We are in the absolute perfect position.

Evan Ingram and Pat for ironmuth are really the last two guys for me that you can probably start every single week and are just going to give you a solid.

You know 10 to 15 points, PPR, possibly sometimes way more than that.

Once you start moving into this next tier in joku, Schultz kamet chigosia mcconkwo is good, um, Dolce and Higby, with the exception of chig.

All those guys run a little bit of a risk.

I would have chig here in my top 10 right next, adult and shorts I do like shorts too, but moral of the story is for the tight end position, I'm a big believer in just finding a guy who's going later, not an elite tight end necessarily finding some value, but I don't want to worry about that position week to week.

I'll keep a second tight end on my roster, just for the upside of that player, being very good potentially, but in general I like to have that Weekly starter, even if it's not the most high-end guy, now, between evaninger and Pat farm with really just take your pick, I'm going to lean friarmuth over Ingram.

Simply because really not awesome reasoning, but I think that Ingram had a great season last year, the odds he does it twice in a row.

I, don't know how high those are and I do.

Think Kenny pick is improving every day and from is a very Reliant Target for him, so we've locked in our tight end and now we're just going to be going for Value picks real quick at the wide receiver position.

Again, guys does not matter which position at this point we're moving into our bench.

I think Calvin, Ridley, Jihan, Dotson and Brandon.

Cooks are all really good values here.

This late in the draft at the RB position, we're looking at Pacheco Monty James is cook not really in love with any of those guys, especially in half PPR PPR format.

James Cook is good for PPR, but that Buffalo running back room is really just an absolute mess or fantasy football.

None of the tier Chico Monty cook, b-rob AJ Dylan Damien Harris Jamal, are really calling my name.

So let's go back to the wide receivers.

Yeah really the main three guys here are Ridley Dotson and Cooks I'm, not gonna, go with Cooks.

Here I think he has the least upside of Ridley and Dotson.

You know, since this is our ninth round selection I'm just gonna go ahead and shoot for the fans take Calvin Ridley, a guy who has been a top 10 wide receiver before now, playing with the best QB of his career.

Let the record show, though, that I do love Jahan Dotson we're going to talk about both Ridley and Dodson at the end of the video.

So now at the 10 11 turn we're still looking for Value.

Looking at the running back position, we still have the The Usual Suspects AJ Dylan, Jamal, Williams, Rashad, Penny, Antonio, Gibson, Tyler algier.

Now ask yourself this question of those guys I just mentioned, which one has the clearest path to be vrb1 vrb one for their NFL team and in my opinion it is Antonio.

Gibson now am I recommending drafting Antonio Gibson in every one of your drafts or targeting Antonio Gibson.

No, absolutely not in fact I'm relatively anti-antonio Gibson.

But just at this point we do have to add some running back depth.

He's going to be our third running back.

Let's go ahead and draft Antonio Gibson, the rest of those running backs did not excite me in the slightest.

So we're gonna go back to the wide receivers right off.

The bat Gabe Davis is a guy I love, I love, so Gabe Davis would be our fifth wide receiver.

I! Think! That's really good.

Just in general for General, roster construction, I would even say if Gabe Davis is your third wide receiver on any typical roster, where you can throw him into that Flex.

Possibly you downgrade him and take him out in a bad matchup.

I, really like that.

At this point in the season, Gabe Davis was a guy last year with a healthy, Josh Allen, who many referred to as a top 15 top 20 wide receiver.

We're gonna get him here in the 11th round, comparing him to guys like Elijah, Moore, Darnell, Mooney, Jordan, Addison, Rondell Moore.

None of those guys are necessarily bad options.

I actually like the majority of them, with the exception of Mooney, given DJ Moore has arrived in Chicago, but I just think.

Gabe Davis is light years ahead of these guys, and even if you don't like Gabe Davis, he again is a very polarizing player in fantasy.

The value of the 11th round for Gabe Davis is an absolute steal.

So let's go that's probably going to do it for this first mock draft.

We have two more.

The next one is going to be single QB and the third one is going to be three wide receiver.

Our final team for the superflex 2qb mock draft Jalen hurts and Aaron Rodgers at the QB position: Naji Harris and Jamir Gibbs at the running back position: Stefan Diggs, DK Metcalf as our two starting wide receivers; Pat fryermuth in the tight end position, Jerry Judy in the flex and on the bench, the three players we drafted in the first 11 rounds of this draft Calvin Ridley, Antonio, Gibson and Gabe Davis I, really like the way this one turned out.

Thank you.


What is the best strategy for fantasy football draft superflex? ›

3 Steps to Winning Your Superflex Draft
  • Grab Your Starting QB Early … … But “early” doesn't necessarily mean first round. ...
  • Don't Get Caught Up in QB Runs. You want the best value not just the next QB on the list. Positional scarcity. ...
  • Beat Your League to Backups. QBs become the high-value handcuffs in superflex.
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Should you always start 2 QBs in Superflex? ›

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Ideally, in a Superflex league, you want two trustworthy starting QBs. Personally, I have adopted the strategy where I like to have both of mine in the first three rounds, but there are multiple ways to go about this.

How many QBs should I draft in Superflex? ›

In a Superflex league, only one QB must start, and your second QB spot allows you to flex any other skill position.

How important is QB in Superflex? ›

Quarterbacks are worth more in Superflex than they are in single-quarterback formats—both in terms of perception and reality. Last May, 4for4's own Greg Smith laid out a lot of the reasons why rostering quarterbacks in Superflex is a significant departure from traditional leagues.

Does Superflex replace Flex? ›

A Superflex Fantasy Football league is a league that allows one flex position to be open to any offensive skill player — including quarterbacks. A standard flex spot in a Fantasy Football league allows for a running back, wide receiver, or tight end. In Superflex, the quarterbacks are also added into that mix.

How do you set up a Superflex? ›

You start one quarterback, two running backs, two (or three) wide receivers, a tight end and a flex player. The difference is that your flex spot can be occupied by a running back, wide receiver, tight end or quarterback. The ability to start a QB in the flex is a game-changer.

What round should I draft a QB in a 2 QB league? ›

First-round pick

Running back remains a crucial position at the top of any draft, but get ready to see a handful of QBs come off the board in the first round of a two-quarterback league. If you want Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes or Justin Herbert, you'll have to get them in the first round.

Why you should switch to Superflex? ›

It gives more value to the most valuable position in sports. Teams and owners become more consistent by being able to utilize the highest-scoring players in fantasy in more places.

What is the Superflex fantasy format? ›

Superflex refers to a specific position in your fantasy football lineup. Commonly, a “flex” spot allows you to start any running back (RB), wide receiver (WR), or tight end (TE). And sometimes, that flex spot includes just two of those positions.

What round is best for quarterback draft? ›

The key to the late-round quarterback strategy is not to simply draft a quarterback late, but to be flexible and understand value. The reason the late-round quarterback strategy is a thing is because it's based on what happens in nearly every single draft.

What are the lineups in Superflex? ›

First, let's break down what Superflex actually is. Essentially, Superflex is a fantasy football format that allows you to start a second quarterback (QB) in your lineup. This extra QB spot is known as the "Superflex" position and can be filled by a QB or any other position player (RB, WR, or TE).

What is the most important position to draft in fantasy football? ›

The running back position is the most critical in fantasy football, but wide receiver is a close second. With the depth at WR, it's easy to become complacent while drafting. If you miss out on a certain tier of receivers, you think there will be more talent to choose from later.

How many RBs should I draft? ›

Ideally, you'd have three star RBs, 8-9 receivers with an excellent shot at 90-plus targets and 2-3 QB, TE and defenses (three where the players are worse, two where they're better.)

Who should I pick 2nd overall fantasy football? ›

The second pick in Fantasy drafts should be a running back. In a 12-team league, your wide receiver options in rounds two and three will be much more appealing than those at running back, so go ahead and grab your anchor RB with the second overall pick.

Should you take QB early in Superflex? ›

The early flow of QBs off the board will differ by superflex draft. You generally want to take your first QB with one of your first four picks. But here's a superflex draft strategy that could really pay off for you: Wait until Round 3 or 4 to grab your first QB.

Should quarterbacks lift heavy? ›

Gone are the days where Quarterbacks don't lift because they think it will mess with their throwing motion. The reality is that by developing strength in all parts of your body you will not only become a better passer, but also a better overall athlete.

Should you draft 2 quarterbacks in fantasy football? ›

My recommendation is to get ONE quarterback you are comfortable rolling out there every week and reserve the waiver wire for the bye week or an injury emergency. In other words, do not spend two picks in the draft on a quarterback. And, with the exception of that one week when you are a bye, never roster two, either.

What are the uses of Superflex? ›

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Where do I start with Superflex? ›

For students 8 years and older, start by reading the Rock Brain storybook to introduce the characters. Each lesson stands on its own and may take multiple sessions to teach. Teach slowly to help kids deeply understand the information and begin to integrate the concepts into their own thinking.

Does ESPN allow Superflex? ›

Superflex: A flex roster spot (OP in the ESPN Fantasy game) that allows managers to start a QB, RB, WR or TE.

Can you play Superflex on ESPN? ›

Your league can play with superflex positions, head coaches, or even punters! But if you're looking for the basic, standard rules of ESPN, here they are: 10 teams. Full-PPR scoring.

Should you draft a QB and WR from same team? ›

Spending top-dollar on a quarterback and receiver who play on the same team is expensive and risky. You don't want to bypass teammates if both are of obvious value, but when things are close, it's best to diversify in a head-to-head format.

What position should I draft Round 2? ›

ROUND 2 (13-24): DRAFT A RUNNING BACK, WIDE RECEIVER OR MARK ANDREWS. Running back will be a popular pick in Round 2, as there are only so many who are expected to be a starter rather than a player in a committee. Having two running backs who are clear starters is the first way to create an edge over your opponents.

When should I draft my second quarterback fantasy? ›

You should plan to start 2 QBs every week throughout the year, and then fill in that flex spot with another position only if you need to. That's why you won't notice much difference between the QB placement in the DWR for a superflex format vs. 2-QB.

How early should I take a QB? ›

Two-quarterback leagues

A good rule of thumb is taking your first quarterback target in the two rounds and then coming back for a second in the next four rounds.

How early should you draft a quarterback? ›

Generally, if you want to have one of the upper echelon QBs on your roster, you'll need to draft one in the third or fourth round. For those participating in 2QB or superflex formats, you should consider selecting a passer as early as the first round.

How many QBs should i draft in best ball? ›

Never Draft More Than 3 Quarterbacks in Best Ball

A quarterback can only play quarterback. If you draft more than three QBs, the opportunity cost is too much. Even if you wait on quarterback and don't really have a single one that's your clear QB1, it doesn't matter.

What order should I draft for fantasy by position? ›

Ideally, this is how your first five picks play out: RB, RB, WR/TE, WR, WR. There's nothing wrong with grabbing an elite quarterback in the third, fourth or fifth rounds or paying up for a receiver in the second.

What is the best position to draft for Flex in fantasy football? ›

In a standard scoring league, running backs would be a better play at the flex position because scoring in this league is heavily based on yardage and touchdowns scored. Running backs can be counted on more to rack up yards and get touchdowns.

What is the best pick in a fantasy snake draft? ›

The best fantasy draft position in a snake draft is the one in the middle of the draft order. Thus if there are 10 teams in your snake draft fantasy league, the best draft position is fifth.

Is it better to draft WR or RB in PPR? ›

When you get to the level of PPR performance where one player basically wins you the week, 30+ points, a WR is almost twice as likely to do it than a RB. No need to go further with this. It's always going to be true that WRs are more explosive than RBs in PPR.

What order should I fill positions in fantasy football? ›

Ideally, with a starting lineup of 1 QB, 2 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 TE and a flex, you should have filled out those slots in the first eight rounds. Of course, exceptions can be made for value targets that slip further than you may have anticipated from the seventh round on.

How many tight ends should I draft? ›

Ideally, managers will start one tight end throughout the entire season (aside from their bye week). As a result, a backup tight end would be a waste of a precious roster spot. Managers should fill their bench up with handcuff RBs or sleeper WRs given how much more important those positions are on a weekly basis.

Should I pick McCaffrey first? ›

McCaffrey should be considered as the top pick off the board in 2023, and there is a good chance that as draft season approaches he ends up on the top of many manager's boards.

Who should I take #1 overall in fantasy? ›

Jonathan Taylor looks set to be the No. 1 pick in the majority of 2022 drafts, but that's up for some debate as one of our analysts has Christian McCaffrey ranked as the top overall player heading into the season.

Should I pick McCaffrey second? ›

Who should I pick at #2 in standard? Even if your league opts for standard scoring, McCaffrey is still a consensus pick for the second overall pick. Just look at his 2019 season, when he finished with 1,387 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns to go along with 1,005 yards receiving and four touchdowns through the air.

How does Superflex work in fantasy football? ›

What is a Superflex Fantasy Football League? In Superflex leagues, you have a traditional quarterback slot, but the "Superflex" slot can be filled by either a QB, RB, WR, or TE. That said, there will be 24 quarterbacks in starting fantasy slots each week in 12-team leagues.

Should I have a WR or RB at Flex? ›

As a general rule to follow, remember this: fill your flex spot almost always with either a running back or a wide receiver. Very rarely will it ever make good sense to use a tight end. Tight ends score less points on average than the other two positions.

What position should I have for my flex? ›

In most scoring formats, this spot is best defined as an additional running back, wide receiver or tight end that can be inserted into a starting lineup. At first glance, the Flex position can appear rather arbitrary in comparison to other components of a weekly roster.

What positions should I draft per round in fantasy football? ›

Ideally, this is how your first five picks play out: RB, RB, WR/TE, WR, WR. There's nothing wrong with grabbing an elite quarterback in the third, fourth or fifth rounds or paying up for a receiver in the second.

What is the SuperFlex fantasy format? ›

Superflex refers to a specific position in your fantasy football lineup. Commonly, a “flex” spot allows you to start any running back (RB), wide receiver (WR), or tight end (TE). And sometimes, that flex spot includes just two of those positions.

How many bench spots are in fantasy football SuperFlex? ›

But remember, what they say is luck is often skill because the skilled players know where they can get lucky. You have to really work on your league to change your formats to at least Flex 10, full-PPR and then evolve to SuperFlex 11, which is ideal. Just five bench spots, too.

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