Coach Rab had a poor draft in the recent 2016 Earlston Fantasy Football League draft. Their Pilton Panthers franchise came away feeling dejected about their bottom grade in the league based on analysis by MyFantasyLeague.com.
Pilton Panthers made their best pick of the draft in round 4, selecting Jarvis Landry with the 40th pick of the draft, as compared to the 33rd spot he should have been selected in, according to ADP rankings. “He decided to forego his senior season and enter the draft,” Pilton Panthers coach Rab said.
Pilton Panthers has the dubious distinction of making the worst pick of the entire draft, selectingJordy Nelson in round 1 with the 9th pick of the draft, long before the 20th spot he should have been selected in, according to ADP rankings. “I know some are thinking that he will be this year’s Ryan Leaf,” Pilton Panthers coach Rab said.
After such a pathetic draft grade, coach Rab is motivated to prove to the league that their picks will overachieve and bring home the trophy.
|1.09||Nelson, Jordy GBP WR||20||9||308|
|2.04||McCoy, LeSean BUF RB||28||16||156|
|3.09||Rawls, Thomas SEA RB||39||33||48|
|4.04||Landry, Jarvis MIA WR||33||40||-38|
|5.09||Jackson, DeSean WAS WR||80||57||92|
|6.04||Barnidge, Gary CLE TE||88||64||72|
|7.09||Forsett, Justin FA* RB||104||81||52|
|8.04||Matthews, Rishard TEN WR||151||88||110|
|9.09||Coleman, Tevin ATL RB||130||105||33|
|10.04||Rivers, Philip SDC QB||95||112||-17|
|11.09||Ginn Jr., Ted CAR WR||180||129||37|
|12.04||Chiefs, Kansas City KCC Def||135||136||0|
|13.09||Crosby, Mason GBP PK||180||153||8|
|14.04||Amendola, Danny NEP WR||180||160||2|
|15.09||Tannehill, Ryan MIA QB||160||177||0|
Coach Rab and the Pilton Panthers franchise came away with the number 5 ranked draft (out of 12) in the league based on analysis by MyFantasyLeague.com.
After two disappointing seasons, the Panthers have loaded up with veterans in attempt to beat the injury bug. The Panthers look a well balanced side, strong and consistent at a number of positions.
Ben Roethlisberger leads at QB with support from the steady Joe Flacco.
Jamal Charles and Jonathan Stewart are the main RBs with support coming from Doug Martin. Knile Davis is a sensible handcuff. Any injuries or loss of form could be devastating to this thin corps.
The WRs are deeper with Alshon Jeffrey and DeAndre Hopkins the main threats. Support is provided by Mike Wallace and Kendall Wright. It will be a surprise if Victor Cruz makes any impact this season.
Greg Olsen is a stud TE, but it looks like backup Vernon Davis has seen better days.
Matt Bryant and the Eagles are a strong K/DST combination.
With a little bit of work on the waiver wire this season, or a few strategic trades, coach Rab should be able to turn their 5th ranked draft effort into a championship fantasy team this year.