2018 Fantasy Football Offseason: Mark Ingram, rookie running backs highlight our latest mock draft

Our first mock draft following the NFL Draft definitely produced some interesting results. And it wasn’t just because we’re finally getting a realistic gauge of where the rookies will be selected in Fantasy drafts this season.

This 12-team standard mock draft also occurred following some recent running back news with Mark Ingram and C.J. Anderson, and we got to see what some Fantasy owners now think of the backfields in New Orleans and Carolina. As you would expect, things have changed for Alvin Kamara, Ingram, Christian McCaffrey and Anderson.  

Start with the Saints, who are now dealing with Ingram’s four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. Ingram, who was a second-round pick in most leagues before the suspension, fell to Round 5 here, which is a realistic landing spot for him. He still has the chance to produce at a high level even with the four-game absence.

In looking at Ingram’s production from 2017 when he finished as the No. 6 Fantasy running back in standard leagues, he had eight games with double digits in Fantasy points in his final 12 outings, which coincided with New Orleans trading Adrian Peterson to Arizona. His stats in those final 12 games were 188 carries for 954 yards and 12 touchdowns and 43 catches for 291 yards, so

Article source: https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/football/news/2018-fantasy-football-offseason-mark-ingram-rookie-running-backs-highlight-our-latest-mock-draft/

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