2015 Fantasy Football Mock Draft:: Round 11

We are down to the final few picks in our new 12-round 2015 Fantasy Football Mock Draft.

Here are the Round 11 results of our 2015 Fantasy Football Mock Draft:

11.01 - Sean Beazley (Team 1): Montee Ball, RB, Denver Broncos

Three different Broncos running backs had more than 20 touches in a game last season -- Ball (Week 1), Ronnie Hillman (Weeks 6 and 8) and C.J. Anderson (Weeks 12 through 16). Going into 2015, Anderson is the clear favorite for the featured role under new head coach Gary Kubiak, but it wouldn't be a complete surprise if Ball or Hillman occupies that role at some point in the season as well so Ball is certainly worth the gamble in Round 11. That said, he averaged just 3.13 yards per carry in the games he did play last season.

11.02 - Brendan Donahue (Team 1): Jay Ajayi, RB, Miami Dolphins

A downhill runner with excellent size (6-0, 221), Ajayi is a versatile back with excellent receiving skills (50 receptions for 536 yards last season) that slipped further than expected in the draft due to long-term medical (knee) concerns. That said, his skill set profiles as a three-down back and he would have likely been a second-round pick had their not been concerns about his knee. He'll back up Lamar Miller, but the Dolphins have seemed reluctant to feature Miller. Despite his production on a per-carry basis (5.09 YPC), Miller exceeded 15 carries only four times last season.

11.03 - Dan Yanotchko (Team 1): Knile Davis, RB, Kansas City Chiefs

The best handcuff among fantasy running backs, Davis had some big games when given the opportunity as he finished as a top-eight fantasy running back four times last season. With Jamaal Charles leaving Week 2 early (only two carries) and missing Week 3, Davis had a combined 60 touches for 237 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns in those two games. In the other games, Davis averaged just 6.92 touches per game but he had double-digit touches in four of those games as well.

11.04 - Dan Yanotchko (Team 2): Cameron Artis-Payne, RB, Carolina Panthers

With DeAngelo Williams no longer in Carolina, Artis-Payne should win the backup role to Jonathan Stewart going into the 2015 season. Given Stewart's durability track record (only 28 games in past three seasons), it's certainly possible that CAP could find himself as the team's lead back for a game or two this season.

11.05 - Kevin Hanson (Team 1): Delanie Walker, TE, Tennessee Titans

Setting career highs in both receptions (63) and yards (890), Walker led the team in both categories last season. It will be difficult for Walker to repeat that production, however, with rookie Marcus Mariota under center, but this team needs a tight end and he's my top-ranked tight end still on the board.

11.06 - Kevin Hanson (Team 2): Brian Quick, WR, St. Louis Rams

Tearing his rotator cuff in Week 8 last season, Quick played just seven games, but he started the season strong. In the first four games of the year, Quick had a total of 21 receptions for 322 yards and three touchdowns and finished as a top-25 fantasy wide receiver in all four games. Although he had just four catches for 53 yards in his other three games, Quick was on his way to a breakout season. Depending on Quick's recovery and health, that breakout season could come for the former Appalachian State receiver in 2015.

11.07 - Brendan Donahue (Team 2): Cody Latimer, WR, Denver Broncos

As a rookie, Latimer played just 37 offensive snaps and had just two receptions for 23 yards on four targets. Two of the team's top pass-catchers -- Wes Welker and Julius Thomas -- have departed via free agency. Going into his second season, Latimer should see a big bump in snaps as Emmanuel Sanders could move inside in three-WR sets and Latimer has plenty of upside as Brendan's WR5.

11.08 - Brendan Donahue (Team 3): Kenny Stills, WR, Miami Dolphins

Stills set career highs with 63 receptions for a team-high 931 yards in his second season with the Saints, but he was traded to the Dolphins this offseason. One of the areas in which Ryan Tannehill has struggled is his downfield accuracy, which doesn't necessarily bode well for the speedy Stills, but he's a solid WR5 on this team for Brendan.

11.09 - Sean Beazley (Team 2): Reggie Bush, RB, San Francisco 49ers

Coming off one of the worst seasons of his career, Bush missed five games and gained a total of only 550 yards from scrimmage (50.0 per game) while averaging only 3.9 yards per carry and scoring just two touchdowns. Released by the Lions, Bush signed with the 49ers and will at least own a change-of-pace role to unproven second-year back Carlos Hyde.

11.10 - Sean Beazley (Team 3): Michael Crabtree, WR, Oakland Raiders

Since his breakout 2012 season (85/1,105/9) and tearing his Achilles the following offseason, Crabtree has a total of 87 receptions for 982 yards and five touchdowns in 21 regular-season games. Crabtree signed a one-year free-agent deal with the Raiders, but rookie Amari Cooper should emerge as Derek Carr's go-to receiver sooner rather than later.

11.11 - Kevin Hanson (Team 3): Marques Colston, WR, New Orleans Saints

Colston, who turns 32 in June, finished with 59 receptions for 902 yards, both of which were the lowest of his career apart from an 11-game season in 2008. On a per-game basis, however, his 3.69 receptions, 6.25 targets and 56.38 yards per game were all career lows. One positive for Colston personally, not the offense in general, is that the team traded away both Jimmy Graham and Kenny Stills (and drafted no receivers) so perhaps his targets and production will see a bump in 2015.

11.12 - Dan Yanotchko (Team 3): Pierre Garcon, WR, Washington Redskins

On a positive note, Garcon played a full 16-game season in back-to-back years for the first time in his career. Things weren't all positive for Garcon, however, as his production was nearly cut in half to 68 catches for 752 yards and three touchdowns. (Garcon had 113/1,346/5 in 2013.) Dan should expect a small bump from last year's numbers, but there is no chance that he returns to his 2013 level of production.

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