Our CBS Sports staff recently took part in a 12-team 0.5 PPR mock draft, and it started with a bang with Odell Beckham at No. 1 overall, along with Ezekiel Elliott still being selected in Round 2.
Sammy Watkins is the new No. 1 receiver in L.A., opening the door for a surprising new No. 1 guy in Buffalo. Plus Robby Anderson and Kenny Golladay stake claims to new spots in the tiers.
David Johnson and Le'Veon Bell are considered the two best choices for the No. 1 overall pick. Jamey Eisenberg makes a case for both, as well other options like Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, Odell Beckham, Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady in different formats.
Players like Christian McCaffrey, Spencer Ware, Kelvin Benjamin and Kenny Golladay are rising, while Andrew Luck, Ezekiel Elliott and Sammy Watkins are among those falling following their recent news.
Some might expect regression, but one expert defends his prediction of a 12-4 season
Teams are releasing their first depth chart of the season, but Heath Cummings says you shouldn't take too much from it.
Even with Marshall gone, the Jets' Richardson still has a problem with the wide receiver
The Broncos don't have a quarterback, but here's why that might not matter much
The Jets' passing game has a chance to be historically awful
In the wake of Ryan Tannehill's injury, Miami's addition of Jay Cutler should help DeVante Parker, but it could hurt Jarvis Landry's Fantasy value.

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