Adam Schefter surprises everyone with his No. 1 pick in the ESPN draft | Fantasy Football Marathon

Adam Schefter surprises everyone with his No. 1 pick in the ESPN draft | Fantasy Football Marathon
Adam Schefter surprises everyone with his No. 1 pick in the ESPN draft | Fantasy Football Marathon
That’S going to mess with the best player in the National Football League, the price of a number 1 overall pick your thoughts by Adam saying in this is he is. He believes there is an advantage at quarterback Beyond anyone else and so that in a league, where there’s only going to be 21 drop, that you can wait on running back and get the best player in the NFL is he said he was going to be gone. I’M going to take saquon Barkley because, because I’m not Adam schefter – and I can’t make it here in Pickens – just get the benefits – saquon Barkley is 5.73 yards per carry when there’s at least eight defenders in the Box. She needed a second there. I am tempted to go Zeke, but I just I’m not sure if he’s going to be there, so I think I’m going to play it safe and and Camaros. We know what he can do, so it was great last year absolutely no way she would have picked. My clay on the clock right now with Ezekiel Elliott, holding out free here. Of course he would have been the top-scoring fantasy running back last season if he didn’t rest in week 17, but he played 97 % of the snaps leading into that week. The guy is a Workhorse going to change this season, I’ll gladly taken her, because I just felt like in some ways the least enviable spot in the first-round expecting before running back, to go in succession to begin the draft, obviously Camaro and Barkley, and also Christian McCaffrey. I thought David Johnson me the presumptive number for pick up, of course, being available Representative Patrick Mahomes. We’Ve been talking a lot about this Cardinals offense they’re playing avenues for David Johnson to be successful. This season in the passing game, obviously, as a receiver, this season. Shot at somewhere close to a thousand receiving yards in a thousand rushing yards this year. I think David Johnson, everything possible that could go wrong, went wrong for the Cardinals David Johnson still fit the top 10 fantasy running back and now you’ve got an up-tempo offense, you’ve got a quarterback has to be able to move the ball, and then you think about How that offense work right, like letting pressure in dump out quickly get rid of the ball quickly like in Johnson? Could I think I realized, I probably would go Zeke encourage or inspired by going xiidra, not too I’ll. Take DeAndre Hopkins how tall apps, like that’s a zero until if he misses time Devin and I am thrilled to have him at 7. What is a dog., very happy, Davante Adams right, obviously, a high ceiling, not what I thought. the first round. I am going to I’m just taking a page out of Adam schefter’s book. I just want to book end if you can get a top-flight victory, Titan, that’s like getting another one or two. Thank you for watching ESPN on YouTube for more sports, highlights to download the ESPN app and for live streaming. Sports and premium content subscribe to ESPN +
Welcome to the first round of the 2019 ESPN fantasy football draft during the Fantasy Football Marathon, featuring Adam Schefter going outside the box with his first pick, then Katie Nolan, Dianna Russini, Mike Clay and Field Yates picking up highly ranked running backs.
Here’s the full first round:
1. Adam Schefter – Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
2. Katie Nolan – Saquon Barkley, New York Giants
3. Dianna Russini – Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints
4. Mike Clay – Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers
5. Field Yates – David Johnson, Arizona Cardinals
6. Matt Hasselbeck – DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans
7. Tim Hasselbeck – Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys
8. Stephania Bell – Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers
9. Damien Woody – Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams
10. Daniel Dopp – Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs

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