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My 10-team mock draft with users

By Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Jordan Reed has the chance for a breakout season in 2014. (USATSI)
Jordan Reed has the chance for a breakout season in 2014. (USATSI)

Here is a breakdown of my roster from the 10-team standard mock draft I did with random users Tuesday. I'll be doing at least one a week from now until the start of the season, so jump in when I post it on Twitter @JameyEisenberg, and we'll have some fun.

Feel free to comment on my draft selections below.

Round 1 - Jamaal Charles, RB, Chiefs
I consider Charles the No. 1 overall pick, so this was an easy selection for me. I'm expecting another outstanding season playing for Andy Reid.

Round 2 - Dez Bryant, WR, Cowboys
Whenever I pick No. 1 overall, especially in a 10-team league, I like to take two stud receivers if possible in Round 2 and 3. Bryant was the last of the elite receivers left at this spot, so I took him without hesitation.

Round 3 - Alfred Morris, RB, Redskins
I was planning on a receiver here, but none were as good as the potential Morris brings to the table. He should easily reach 1,300 total yards and seven touchdowns again with the chance for 1,500 total yards and 10 touchdowns.

Round 4 - Toby Gerhart, RB, Jaguars
Gerhart has the chance to be a solid No. 2 running back as the featured option for the Jaguars this year. Maurice Jones-Drew, Gerhart's predecessor, was the Top 20 Fantasy running back last year, and Gerhart should be at least that good.

Round 5 - Michael Crabtree, WR, 49ers
Crabtree should be a stud now that he's healthy, and he's Colin Kaepernick's favorite receiver. He's a great No. 2 receiver to pair with Bryant.

Round 6 - Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots
You can pencil in Edelman for 1,200 yards and seven touchdowns, which is basically what he did last year if he started all 16 games and what Wes Welker did for years during his tenure in New England. He's a Top 20 receiver for me, and I now have three of those along with Bryant and Crabtree.

Round 7 - Matt Ryan, QB, Falcons
You can count on Ryan having a bounce-back year with Julio Jones and Roddy White expected to be healthy. I thought I was getting a bargain with Ryan in Round 7 until I saw Andrew Luck go in Round 9, but those are the breaks.

Round 8 - Jordan Reed, TE, Redskins
One of my favorite picks, I'm expecting a big season for Reed if he can stay healthy as long as RG3 is healthy as well.

Round 9 - Khiry Robinson, RB, Saints
In 10 team leagues, you can take chances with players you like. Since I have a solid corps of running backs and receivers already, and quarterback and tight end is wrapped up, I'll gamble on Robinson, who has plenty of sleeper appeal this season.

Round 10 - Terrance West, RB, Browns
Just like Robinson, I like West as a sleeper in 2014. Ben Tate will start, but don't be surprised if West has an expanded role for the run-heavy Browns this year.

Round 11 - Mike Evans, WR, Buccaneers
I was one pick away from Sammy Watkins, who I like thismuch better than Evans. But like the two previous running backs, I'll gamble on Evans as my No. 4 receiver with the hope he does well as a breakout rookie.

Round 12 - Stepfan Taylor, RB, Cardinals
I considered taking Taylor in Round 10 when I drafted West. I expect him to lead the Cardinals in rushing touchdowns as the No. 2 back behind Andre Ellington. I like Taylor as a sleeper in standard leagues.

Round 13 - Broncos DST

Round 14 - Dan Bailey, K, Cowboys

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