Fantasy football 12 team mock draft: Do any NY Giants make the cut?

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Aaron jones #33 and AJ Dillon #28 of the Green Bay Packers (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) /

Round 1

1.01      Christian McCaffrey (CAR RB)

1.02      Dalvin Cook (MIN RB)

1.03      Alvin Kamara (NO RB)

1.04      Saquon Barkley (NY Giants RB)

1.05      Derrick Henry (TEN RB)

1.06      Ezekiel Elliot (DAL RB)

1.07      Aaron Jones (GB RB)

1.08     Davante Adams (GB WR)

1.09      Travis Kelce (KC TE)

1.10     Nick Chubb (CLE RB)

1.11     Tyreek Hill (KC WR)

1.12     Jonathan Taylor (IND RB)

“You done almost messed up our Fantasy Teams, A A Ron!”

The Aaron Rodgers news Monday, for me at least, immediately vaults not only Davante Adams, but Aaron Jones as well, into the 1st round of fantasy drafts this season.

This is also where we find Barkley, who if healthy, has the potential to be one of the NFL’s top-five most dominant running backs and most productive fantasy options at the position.

Eyes on Aaron Jones: 2021 Fantasy Outlook via ESPN:

"“Jones re-signed with Green Bay during the offseason and returns as the high-scoring Packers’ feature back. The 26-year-old has been a top-five fantasy back each of the past two seasons, ranking no lower than 15th in carries and no lower than 12th in targets among RBs during both campaigns. The hyper-efficient Jones has finished three of four seasons with a YPC above 5.4 and his career-best 2.4 YAC ranked second in 2020. Durability is a slight issue (he’s missed at least two games in three of his four NFL seasons), but not enough to knock him more than slightly on draft day. With Jamaal Williams out and AJ Dillon as the team’s No. 2 back, Jones may lose some goal line work, but perhaps gain snaps and receiving work. Jones is locked in as a solid RB1.”"