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Well Fantasy Football fans, we are reaching the end of the 2015 NFL Draft.

The So-Called Fantasy Experts covered Round 1 of the 2015 NFL Draft, as well as Rounds 2-3 to help prepare you for the 2015 NFL season.

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Even though the first game is a few months away, Fantasy Football preparation for 2015 is in full effect!

2015 NFL Draft: Round 4

New York Jets: Bryce Petty, QB

Analysis: With a few new weapons on offense, it will be interesting to see how the quarterback situation unfolds.I think Geno Smith‘s stock is still higher, especially with the addition of Devin Smith.

Washington Redskins: Jamison Crowder, WR

 

Analysis: Adds another dimension to the Redskins’ offense, but at 5-foot-8, he’s not going to be Fantasy relevant.

Chicago Bears: Jeremy Langford, RB

Analysis: If you plan on drafting Matt Forte, you will probably want to invest in Langford as a handcuff. This move appears to mean that the Bears do not have much confidence in Ka’Deem Carey.

Atlanta Falcons: Justin Hardy, WR

Analysis: Hardy is praised for his blocking ability, so that mean he may see a few more opportunities if Roddy White is injured or underperforms. Still, not a ton of Fantasy value with Julio Jones receiving the majority of work.

San Francisco 49ers: Blake Bell, TE

Analysis: If you’re a big risk taker, you may have fun rolling the dice on a rookie tight end catching passes from Colin Kaepernick.

Cleveland Browns: Vince Mayle, WR

Analysis: Mayle is a former basketball player, and has a nice build at 6-foot-2, 224 pounds. Consider him a super deep sleeper, as he will catch passes from Johnny Manziel or Josh McCown.

Baltimore Ravens: Javorius Allen, RB

Analysis: Compared to Bernard Pierce in his draft profile, and he can catch passes. Allen adds depth behind Justin Forsett and Lorenzo Taliaferro.

San Francisco 49ers: Mike Davis, RB

Analysis: Very crowded backfield in San Francisco now with Carlos Hyde, Reggie Bush, Kendall Hunter and Davis now in the mix.

San Francisco 49ers: DeAndre Smelter, WR

Analysis: Will not have an immediate impact with Torrey Smith, Vernon Davis and Anquan Boldin receiving the majority of looks from Kaepernick.

2015 NFL Draft: Round 5

Tennessee Titans: David Cobb, RB

Analysis: Cobb could either edge out Bishop Sankey completely or find a complimentary role in a committee approach. It could be worth paying late-round picks to own Sankey and Cobb to see who emerges.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Rashad Greene, WR

Analysis: It’s very crowded in Jacksonville now with Allen Hurns, Allen Robinson, Marquise Lee and Julius Thomas.

Minnesota Vikings: MyCole Pruitt, TE

Analysis: If you want to own a tight end in Minnesota, go after Kyle Rudolph.

Minnesota Vikings: Stefon Diggs, WR

Analysis: He is viewed as being underrated, so he should help to add to the development of Teddy Bridgewater.

Green Bay Packers: Brett Hundley, QB

Analysis: Great value pick, but don’t even ask about adding him to your season-long league this year.

Miami Dolphins: Jay Ajayi, RB

Analysis: The most interesting pick in the later part of the draft. Ajayi’s stock fell because of negative opinions over a knee injury from 2011, as well as a heavy workload in the years that followed. If he can get on the field, I think Lamar Miller‘s value takes a hit.

Buffalo Bills: Karlos Williams, RB

Analysis: LeSean McCoy. Need I say more?

Miami Dolphins: Tony Lippett, WR

Analysis: He can’t contribute to the offense if he plays on the defense! Dolphins plan to use him as a cornerback.

Cincinnati Bengals: C.J. Uzomah, TE

Analysis: Second tight end drafted by the Bengals in the 2015 NFL Draft.

Arizona Cardinals: J.J. Nelson, WR

Analysis: I don’t know too many Fantasy Football stars who weigh 156 pounds.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Jesse James, TE

Analysis: Heath Miller is aging, and I don’t think Ben Roethlisberger will argue with having a 6-foot-7 target.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kenny Bell, WR

Analysis: Nice to have another weapon for Jameis Winston, but Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans are still the stars.

Baltimore Ravens: Nick Boyle, TE

Analysis: Maxx Williams is the new tight end you would want to focus on for the Ravens, if you do plan on drafting a rookie tight end that is.

Kansas City Chiefs: James O’Shaughnessy, TE

Analysis: Travis Kelce.

Carolina Panthers: Cameron Artis-Payne, RB

Analysis: If you don’t believe in Jonathan Stewart who may only touch the ball 15 times per game, this could be a sneaky pick for Fantasy Football players in 2015.

Houston Texans: Keith Mumpphery, WR

Analysis: From most of the reactions on Twitter, Texans fans aren’t familiar with Mumphery. You won’t need to be either in 2015 Fantasy Football leagues.

2015 NFL Draft: Round 6

For Rounds 6-7, I will list the players selected on offense, but I won’t provide an analysis. While there could be a few surprises, players selected in these rounds will rarely make a Fantasy Football impact in their first year, and some may never develop into starters.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kaelin Clay, WR

New York Giants: Geremy Davis, WR

Washington Redskins: Evan Spencer, WR

Buffalo Bills: Nick O’Leary, TE

Cleveland Browns: Malcom Johnson, TE

Cleveland Browns: Randall Telfer, TE

St. Louis Rams: Bud Sasser, WR

New England Patriots: A.J. Derby, TE

Baltimore Ravens, Darren Waller, WR

Indianapolis Colts: Josh Robinson, RB

Green Bay Packers: Kennard Backman, TE

2015 NFL Draft: Round 7

Jacksonville Jaguars: Neal Sterling, WR

Oakland Raiders: Andre Debose, WR

Jacksonville Jaguars: Ben Koyack, TE

New Orleans Saints: Marcus Murphy, RB

Kansas City Chiefs: Da’Ron Brown

Buffalo Bills: Dezmin Lewis, WR

Houston Texans: Kenny Hilliard, RB

Cincinnati Bengals: Mario Alford, WR

Tennessee Titans: Tre McBridge, WR

San Francisco 49ers: Geoff Swaim, TE

Denver Broncos: Trevor Siemian, QB

San Francisco 49ers: Rory Anderson, TE

Arizona Cardinals: Gerald Christian, TE

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