TWSN Team Two-QB Dynasty Startup Mock Draft


TWSN Team Two-QB Dynasty Startup Mock Draft

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TWSN Team Two-QB Dynasty Startup Mock Draft


12 of TWSN’s biggest fantasy football analysts got together to perform a Two-Quarterback dynasty startup mock draft. This was a PPR format that included only NFL veterans, so no rookies from the incoming 2022 draft class were included in this mock draft. Now, without further ado, let’s get to the team breakdowns but first, the entire full draft board is below:

-Joe Cammarota

I just tried to pick young players who don’t have too much tread on their tires. Maximize the potential longevity of my team while also mixing in some players who will help me win-now. 

-Tristen Kuhn

My draft philosophy was to take a team with a blend of “win-now” players including vets and quality depth players that can contribute in the future or now, depending on their development. Running back was a top priority, which is why I took Dalvin Cook at number two overall and Austin Ekeler in the third round. The Rams-style offense in Minnesota under new head coach Kevin O’Connell will increase the effectiveness of Cook. While Ekeler is bound for touchdown regression, the development of Herbert and the Chargers improvements on the offensive line will help him gain tons of yardage and still be top-five in touchdowns. Stafford and Hurts are two top fantasy quarterbacks, with both leading high-powered offenses.

My wide receiver core features no “high-end” talents, but has heavy upside with players like Courtland Sutton, Brandin Cooks, and Christian Kirk either entering new offenses or continuing their development. Kenny Golladay will also rebound after a poor 2021 campaign. Hockenson at tight end is a top option given his better quarterback play in 2022, and age which was huge. Irv Smith and Adam Trautman are high upside backup tight ends, with both having high ceilings and high floors. Lastly, the picks of Marquez Valdes-Scantling in round 14 and Antonio Brown in round 16 could be steals long term. MVS will continue his development or become a key piece in a new roster, and for Brown, he still has elite-level play and will be on an NFL team in 2022. Assuming he can stay on the field, he’s easily got potential for an 1,000 yard and an eight plus touchdown season.

Anthony Remedios

First off, I love getting my quarterback one, Patrick Mahomes third overall which is great value. Overall, I really like some of my picks, as most of these guys showed bright spots during the 2021-22 season at one point or another. However, my biggest concern is consistency and durability. George Kittle and Derrick Henry, in particular, have both suffered notable injuries in recent seasons, but when healthy, have proven to be a valuable weapon on the field. A stacked tight end group, elite quarterback, and developing running back & wide receiver talent will do some damage in the years to come.

-Matt Joseph

I drafted with the intention of grabbing young players that should carry my team for years and only get better as time goes on. The average age of my team is only 24 years old. I’m glad I drafted Ja’Marr Chase at the 1.04 because I’m confident that he’ll be a top-three receiver as long as Joe Burrow is passing him the ball. My team is really strong at running back and I’m confident that the players I drafted at quarterback and wide receiver will make big leaps in their games to beat out their draft positions by a ton!


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