We held our first mock draft following the news of Jaguars rookie running back Travis Etienne (foot) being out for the season on Tuesday night, and all eyes were on James Robinson to see when he would get selected. It actually took longer than expected.

This was a 12-team PPR league, and Robinson lasted until pick No. 44 overall in Round 4. He was the No. 19 running back off the board.

We'll see if this is where Robinson ends up going in most drafts, but Round 4 in PPR is a great spot for him. I have no problem if he was drafted in late Round 3, and hopefully he can perform like he did in his rookie campaign in 2020.

Last year, once the Jaguars released Leonard Fournette, we were touting Robinson as a sleeper. He delivered in a big way as the No. 7 PPR running back, and he averaged 17.9 PPR points per game.

Now, he barely had any competition last season, averaging 20.6 touches per game, but that could be slightly different this year. Even with Etienne gone, the Jaguars could still use Carlos Hyde in tandem with Robinson. There's also the chance another running back is added to Jacksonville's roster.

While it's a concern, it should be a minor one, and hopefully the new coaching staff under Urban Meyer leans on Robinson in 2021. He's back on the radar as a must-start Fantasy option in all leagues following Etienne's injury.

I was three picks away from drafting Robinson in Round 4, but instead I ended up with Darrell Henderson. He was my third running back at that point after I started my team with Dalvin Cook, Antonio Gibson and Keenan Allen with my first three picks.

Instead of drafting Brandon Aiyuk, Ja'Marr Chase or JuJu Smith-Schuster in Round 5 to help my receiving corps, I decided to draft Mark Andrews, who is my No. 4 tight end this season. And I went with Russell Wilson in Round 6 to solidify a standout quarterback.

The core of my Fantasy team was set with Cook, Gibson and Henderson at running back/flex, along with Andrews and Wilson. Allen is an excellent No. 1 receiver, but we start three receivers in this league.

So with my next three selections I made receiver a priority, drafting Courtland Sutton in Round 7, Jakobi Meyers in Round 8 and Marquez Callaway in Round 9. I also added Henry Ruggs III in Round 11, and hopefully two of these guys will be consistent starters. If Sutton is healthy he should be a borderline No. 2 receiver, and Meyers and Callaway are sleepers to target this year. Ruggs will hopefully improve in his sophomore campaign as well.

I filled out my running back corps with Tony Pollard, J.D. McKissic and Tony Jones, and Pollard and Jones are lottery tickets. Jones could be the No. 2 running back in New Orleans if he beats out Latavius Murray for the job, and you should consider Jones with a late-round pick in all leagues.

I also drafted Trevor Lawrence as a backup quarterback, which isn't something I do often, but his value was excellent in Round 13. He lost a key weapon because of Etienne's injury, but Lawrence can still be a No. 1 Fantasy quarterback this year.

In this league, all touchdowns are worth six points, and 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) and DST. There also are six reserve spots for a 15-round draft.

Our draft order is as follows:

1. R.J. White, Managing Editor, SportsLine and CBS Fantasy
2. Jamey Eisenberg, Senior Fantasy Writer
3. Todd Rones, Podcast Listener
4. Frank Stampfl, Fantasy Baseball Podcast Host
5. Keno Leighty, Podcast Listener
6. George Maselli, Fantasy Editor
7. Andrew Baumhor, CBS Sports HQ Producer
8. Derek Richard, Podcast Listener
9. Heath Cummings, Senior Fantasy Writer
10. Chris Towers, Senior Editor, Fantasy
11. Michael Kiser, Director of Video Optimization
12. Adam Aizer, Fantasy Football Today Podcast Host

So which sleepers, breakouts and busts should you target and fade? And which QB shocks the NFL with a top-five performance? Visit SportsLine now to get Fantasy cheat sheets for every single position, all from the model that called Josh Allen's huge season, and find out.