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I’ve got an ADP post coming up that compares three of my favorite sources for ADP, but while I’m working on that I thought I would give you the average ADP for all three.  They are Fantasy Football Calculator, ESPN and Mock Draft Central (must sign up, but free).  I won’t analyze these.  They are what they are.  But I do think they are a fairly good representation of ADP at this point in time.

1. Chris Johnson

2. Adrian Peterson

3. Maurice Jones-Drew

4. Ray Rice

5. Andre Johnson

6. Michael Turner

7. Frank Gore

8. Steven Jackson

9. Aaron Rodgers

10. Drew Brees

11. Rashard Mendenhall

12. Randy Moss

13. Larry Fitzgerald

14. Reggie Wayne

15. DeAngelo Williams

16. Shonn Greene

17. Calvin Johnson

18. Peyton Manning

19. Miles Austin

20. Brandon Marshall

21. Ryan Matthews

22. Ryan Grant

23. Roddy White

24. Cedric Benson

25. DeSean Jackson

26. Jamaal Charles

27. Greg Jennings

28. Tom Brady

29. Marques Colston

30. Beanie Wells

31. Knowshon Moreno

32. Sidney Rice

33. Pierre Thomas

34. LeSean McCoy

35. Anquan Boldin

36. Jonathan Stewart

37. Steve Smith (CAR)

38. Philip Rivers

39. Tony Romo

40. Matt Schaub

41. Steve Smith (NYG)

42. Dallas Clark

43. Matt Forte

44. Chad Ochocinco

45. Ronnie Brown

46. Michael Crabtree

47. Antonio Gates

48. Joseph Addai

49. Felix Jones

50. Jahvid Best

51. Vernon Davis

52. Brandon Jacobs

53. Mike Sims-Walker

54. Vincent Jackson

55. Percy Harvin

56. Dwayne Bowe

57. Hakeem Nicks

58. Jermichael Finley

59. Jason Witten

60. Hines Ward

61. Brent Celek

62. Ricky Williams

63. Pierre Garcon

64. Jerome Harrison

65. Donald Driver

66. Tony Gonzalez

67. Marion Barber

68. C.J. Spiller

69. Brett Favre

70. Jeremy Maclin

71. Ben Tate

72. Santana Moss

73. Mike Wallace

74. Reggie Bush

75. Jay Cutler

76. Wes Welker

77. Kevin Kolb

78. Owen Daniels

79. Thomas Jones

80. Dez Bryant

81. Robert Meachem

82. Joe Flacco

83. Fred Jackson

84. T.J. Houshmandzadeh

85. Darren McFadden

86. Braylon Edwards

87. Jets D

88. Justin Forsett

89. Matt Ryan

90. Cadillac Williams

91. Steve Breaston

92. Clinton Portis

93. Eli Manning

94. Michael Bush

95. Santonio Holmes

96. Ahmad Bradshaw

97. Donovan McNabb

98. Montario Hardesty

99. Devin Aromashodu

100. Visanthe Shiancoe

101. Donald Brown

102. LaDainian Tomlinson

103. Antonio Bryant

104. Kellen Winslow

105. Malcom Floyd

106. Steve Slaton

107. Julian Edelman

108. Lee Evans

109. Chris Cooley

110. Vikings D

111. Darren Sproles

112. Kenny Britt

113. Derrick Mason

114. Laurence Maroney

115. Packers D

116. Carson Palmer

117. Tim Hightower

118. Chester Taylor

119. Ben Roethlisberger

120. Demaryius Thomas

121. Eddie Royal

122. Ravens D

123. Zach Miller

124. Johnny Knox

125. 49ers D

126. Eagles D

127. Steelers D

128. Jerricho Cotchery

129. Terrell Owens

130. Chad Henne

131. Matthew Stafford

132. Devin Hester

133. Austin Collie

134. Nate Kaeding

135. Leon Washington

136. Willis McGahee

137. Cowboys D

138. Kevin Walter

139. Louis Murphy

140. Greg Olsen

141. Stephen Gostkowski

142. Vince Young

143. Mohamed Massaquoi

144. Saints D

145. Marshawn Lynch

146. Sam Bradford

147. Garrett Hartley

148. Chaz Schilens

149. Mason Crosby

150. Dustin Keller

151. Golden Tate

152. Ryan Longwell

153. Bernard Berrian

154. Rob Bironas

155. Josh Cribbs

156. Toby Gerhart

157. Anthony Gonzalez

158. Giants D

159. Roy E. Williams

160. Alex Smith

161. Dexter McCluster

162. Tashard Choice

163. Mark Sanchez

164. Arian Foster

165. Kevin Smith

166. Dolphins D

167. John Carlson

168. Jeremy Shockey

169. Matt Leinart

170. Mario Manningham

171. Sebastian Janikowski

172. Chargers D

173. Early Doucet

174. Heath Miller

175. David Akers

176. Mike Bell

177. Bengals D

178. Nate Burleson

179. Bears D

180. Jason Campbell

181. Colts D

182. Correll Buckhalter

183. Devery Henderson

184.  Jermaine Gresham

185. Bernard Scott

186. Adam Vinatieri

187. David Garrard

188. Brian Westbrook

189. Derrick Ward

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  1. AL KOHOLIC says:
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    kind of surprised charles is at 26,seems a bit low but jones is scaring people

  2. Cheese

    Cheese says:
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    Just curious of your opinion on Tebow is. Would you draft him in a keeper league where you keep players up to a max of 3 years? I could probably draft him for the minimum of $20 ($620 cap)

  3. Cheese

    Cheese says:
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    @Cheese: He wouldn’t be my starting QB, he’ll be a project.

  4. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @AL KOHOLIC: He’s going even later than that in some. People are very worried about TJ. I’m not.

    @Cheese: That 3 year max is tough. Even if he starts next season I don’t really see him being a fantasy QB until the third season. i drafted him in my Dynasty league, but we can keep them as long as we want. He’s worth a shot, but I wouldn’t overpay.

  5. al koholic says:
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    ok slaton at 106,now thats a gamble id take

  6. al koholic says:
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    bye the way,your site here is really getting the fever going,great job doc,thanks

  7. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @al koholic: Gotta worry about Tate since they drafted him so early. If Slaton is 100% healthy he could be very good in ppr even with Tate starting.

    I hear yah man. I’ve got the fantasy football meter pegged.

  8. robert says:
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    I am new to fantasy football. I am being offered Reggie Wayne, LeSean McCoy, C.J. Spiller for my Ray Rice & Donald Driver. My other RB is Pierre Thomas. My other WR is Roddy White. Good deal for me or bad? Thanks.

  9. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @robert: I don’t like that you’d be left with Thomas and McCoy. Rice is too valuable to your team. If he really is interested in Driver I would try to trade him to him without Rice.

  10. robert says:
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    Thanks.

  11. Daniel says:
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    @Doc: Doc, I’m curious as to what your opinion is on drafting WRs earlier in drafts as opposed to RBs. Over the years, I’ve drafted with the strategy of almost always kicking off my draft RB-RB with my first 2 picks. After reviewing several ADPs and participating in several mocks, it seems like dependable WRs are flying off the board incredibly fast (especially when you have to start 3 of them each week).

    Do you feel that it’s better to secure as many top-tier WRs, such as Fitzgerald, Wayne, Austin, or Marshall, in rounds 2-3 and then target a player such as Ronnie Brown as your #2 back in round 4 or 5? Or would you rather lock down your thoroughbred backs early and hope that the Bowe’s and Maclin’s of the world pan out?

  12. Pepe Silvia says:
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    Ryan Matthews is #9 at Yahoo! Actually, I guess that sentence needs two exclamation marks, one for Yahoo!’s name, and the other because…they’ve got Ryan Matthews at freaking #9!!!

  13. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Daniel: In non-ppr I still lean to the stud backs, but am open to WRs if the value is there. If I get one of the top 4 RBs I am more likely to go WR with my 2nd pick because of the solid base at RB. If I grab a RB near the end of the round I’m likely to want his running mate to be in a similar tier.

    WRs are flying off the board and when you have 3 slots to fill I want to get 2 guys I like. But I am high on some guys that can be had later like Nicks, Crabtree, Smith (car), and even Ward.

    In ppr I am more likely to grab a WR if I miss the top 4 RBs.

    It really does depend on how your draft is going, but don’t be set on going RB/RB, especially if a guy you like falls to you in the 2nd round.

  14. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Pepe Silvia: Yahoo’s ADP takes into account a lot of autodrafting. I stay away from it.

  15. Giacomo says:
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    I know Spiller has upside, but I bet Jackson is the starter in Buffalo. Seems ridiculous to the 2nd string guy before the 1st. I know Buffalo is no great shakes on offense, but I think Gailey will at least have some imagination about trying to put some points on the board. Jauron really stifled the offense for the past several years.

  16. Eric H. says:
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    @Doc (or anyone else that would like to chime in): I have the #7 overall pick in a 12-team PPR league. What would be a good strategy? Would Rashard Mendenhall-Jamaal Charles be OK?

  17. Awesome. Thanks man.

  18. hacienda says:
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    Thanks, this is really useful!

    Where do you go for the best projections? I know they’re all guesses, but is there anybody you particularly trust?

  19. Pepe Silvia says:
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    Here is where you go for the best projections.

  20. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @Giacomo: Agreed. Jackson should remain the starter and should be going ahead of Spiller.

    @hacienda: I agree with Pepe.

  21. herschel says:
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    @Doc: keeper question. donald brown for a 7th round pick or ricky williams for a 12th round pick? thanks.

  22. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @herschel: Have to go with Brown. More long term value.

  23. herschel says:
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    @Doc: does it matter if its a one year keeper league?

  24. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @herschel: ah, yeah. Would he be a starter or backup? Guessing starter since he’s a keeper. I like Brown in the second half of the season, but I could see Ricky being worth more early on.

  25. herschel says:
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    @Doc: both would probably start at flex. ppr league, we start 2 rbs plus a flex and are only allowed to keep players drafted after the 5th round.

  26. Doc

    Doc says:
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    @herschel: I like Brown’s upside more.

  27. TheEvilEmpire says:
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    Missing #30 on that list Doc. There supposed to be someone there or just skipped the number?

  28. Doc says:
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    Thanks. Yeah that’s just a missing number. The names will remain the same. I’ll fix it.

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