The difference between a two-quarterback league and a Superflex format is you don't have to start two quarterbacks on a weekly basis. But that would be a mistake.

The best approach to a Superflex league is to treat it like a two-quarterback league. That means drafting quarterbacks earlier than expected, especially for us in our analysts' drafts. We always wait on quarterbacks.

We did a 12-team Superflex mock draft Tuesday with members of our CBS Sports staff, and 13 quarterbacks were selected in the first seven rounds. It started with Patrick Mahomes with the first pick in Round 2, and the run ended with Jameis Winston with the last pick in Round 7.

Meron Berkson was the first manager to draft two quarterbacks with Aaron Rodgers in Round 4 and Baker Mayfield in Round 5, and let's see how his team turned out. Picking at No. 5 overall, Berkson's first three picks were Ezekiel Elliott, Mike Evans and Josh Jacobs before going after the quarterbacks.

His running back corps is Elliott, Jacobs, Rashaad Penny, Jordan Howard, Tony Pollard and Adrian Peterson, and I like that he handcuffed Elliott and Pollard since Elliott is still away from the Cowboys because of his contract holdout. This is an excellent group given that he went heavy at quarterback early in the draft.

We start three receivers in this league, and he has Evans, Robby Anderson, Mike Williams, Emmanuel Sanders, Golden Tate and Albert Wilson. Another solid position group for Berkson, who also got Jared Cook at tight end.

I love this team, and Berkson should be one of the favorites coming out of the draft. He's loaded with talent, especially at quarterback, and this is a good team to model your draft after if you pick in the middle of Round 1.

The last team to draft a quarterback was Tommy Tran, who waited until Round 8 to get Jimmy Garoppolo and then Kirk Cousins in Round 9. Now, prior to getting those two quarterbacks, Tran stacked his team.

Picking at No. 2 overall, Tran went with Alvin Kamara, Antonio Brown, Zach Ertz, Kenny Golladay, D.J. Moore, Will Fuller and Phillip Lindsay. That's impressive.

The rest of his running backs with Kamara and Lindsay include Jaylen Samuels, Kareem Hunt and Charcandrick West, who signed with the Colts on Monday. And his receivers along with Brown, Golladay, Moore and Fuller are Mohamed Sanu and Zay Jones. He also has David Njoku as a second tight end with Ertz.

I don't love some of the backups on Tran's roster, but his starting lineup should be great, depending on the quarterbacks. If Garoppolo and Cousins are at least competent -- say top 15 type of guys -- this team should be competitive. 

I would have liked Tran to take a third quarterback. Instead of Hunt in Round 11, Tran could have had Matthew Stafford to add depth to a weak position on his roster.

As for me, I picked at No. 6 overall, and I took two of my three quarterbacks in the first seven rounds with Cam Newton in Round 6 and Andrew Luck in Round 7. Prior to that, I started with Davante Adams, Joe Mixon, Julian Edelman, Devonta Freeman and Evan Engram, and I love how this team came together.

I drafted a third quarterback in Mitchell Trubisky in Round 9 to cover myself in case Luck is out to start the season, but he's trending in the right direction with his injured calf/ankle. It also doesn't hurt to have a third quarterback in this format.

The rest of my running backs with Mixon and Freeman are Latavius Murray, Justice Hill and C.J. Anderson. At receiver, I have Adams, Edelman, Marvin Jones, Geronimo Allison, Anthony Miller and Marquise Goodwin. My top two receivers are great, and Jones isn't a bad third receiver given how I built my team.

When you invest in three quarterbacks and a tight end before taking your third receiver, getting guys like Jones, Allison, Miller and Goodwin should work out well. I expect this team to be competitive all season. 

In this league, passing touchdowns are worth five points (minus-2 for interceptions), while all other touchdowns are worth six points. We award one point for every 10 yards rushing and receiving and one point for every 25 yards passing. We also award one point for every reception. We feature a starting lineup of QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, TE, FLEX (RB/WR/TE), Superflex (QB/RB/WR/TE), K and DST. There also are six reserve spots for a 17-round draft.

Our draft order is as follows: 

  1. Michael Kiser, Director, Video Production
  2. Tommy Tran, CBS Sports HQ Host
  3. Adam Aizer, Podcast Host
  4. Dave Richard, Senior Fantasy Writer
  5. Meron Berkson, CBS Sports HQ Producer
  6. Jamey Eisenberg, Senior Fantasy Writer
  7. Matthew Coca, CBS Sports HQ Producer
  8. Ben Gretch, Fantasy Editor
  9. Andrew Baumhor, CBS Sports HQ Producer
  10. Heath Cummings, Senior Fantasy Writer
  11. Jack Capotorto, CBS Sports HQ Producer
  12. R.J. White, NFL Editor
Round By Round
Round 1
Pos Team Player
1 Meron Berkson
2 Andrew Baumhor
Team by Team
Meron Berkson
Rd Pk Player
1 1
Andrew Baumhor
Rd Pk Player
1 2