Round 10

Team 12 – 10.01

Team 11 – 10.02

Williams is awesome. I’m a big D’Andre Swift guy, but I’d be lying to myself if I said that Williams wouldn’t have a role carved out for him in this offense. Plus, with Swift’s injury woes as a rookie (and already in camp this year), it points to obvious upside for Jamaal Williams throughout the season. He may be the league’s best handcuff/complimentary back

Team 10 – 10.03

Team 9 – 10.04

Team 8 – 10.05

Team 7 – 10.06

Team 6 – 10.07

Team 5 – 10.08

Team 4 – 10.09

Team 3 – 10.10

The tight end position is very tricky, and when Kittle went right after my selection of Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Darren Waller went at the beginning of the 3rd, I decided to punt at the tight position. Selecting Smith as the 11th tight end off the board feels good because we all know the potential he has. Could he be a thorn in Adam Thielan? Maybe. A bust that I just drop too? Possibly. But here at the tight end position I’m willing to take that “late round” dart throw to see if I have a potential hit

Team 2 – 10.11

Team 1 – 10.12

My strategy at this turn was to grab my starting QB and one more skill player at either the RB or WR position. As you’ll see in my next selection at 11.01 I grabbed my quarterback, and with 10.12 I decided to go with Mooney due to the upside he provides if the Bears’ offense takes the next step. By landing Mooney I’d really hope that Justin Fields gets the nod to start sooner rather than later, but I still think he’s worthy of a selection in the 10th with Andy Dalton as the starter. I also considered Henry Ruggs and Elijah Moore with this selection

Round 11

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