NFL.com's 2009 PPR fantasy football mock draft utilized a standard scoring system (plus points for receptions) and required each owner to select a starting lineup of at least 1 QB, 2 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 FLEX (RB/WR/TE), 1 K and 1 DST. There were no limitations on the number of reserves drafted per position as long as a legal starting lineup was selected. Owners consisted of some of the industry's top experts, including Greg Ambrosius and Tom Kessenich from Krause Publications, Cory Bonini from KFFL.com, Adam Caplan from Sirius NFL Radio, Tristan Cockcroft from ESPN.com, Scott Engel from RotoExperts.com, Michael Fabiano and Adam Rank from NFL.com, David Gonos from OPENSports.com, John Hanson from FantasyGuru.com, Gregg Rosenthal from Rotoworld.com and David Sabino from SI.com.
Justin Fields skepticism is baffling; top five unicorns in the 2021 NFL Draft
In this edition of the Scout's Notebook, Bucky Brooks says growing skepticism around Justin Fields is nonsense. Plus, this draft class' top five unicorns and a breakdown of one notable team's aggressive offseason approach.
Expanded booth-to-ref communication expected to pass; uniform No. rule change has support
A few rule changes are expected to come out of next week's vote from league owners, including the competition committee's proposal for expanded booth-to-official communication during replays has strong support among coaches and is likely to pass next week, Tom Pelissero reports.