"Simply Unbelievable" The Ultimate Mock Draft:

Let me start off by saying nothing more went into this than just finding, printing, and flipping a coin. No research, no knowledge of the players, nothing more than just retyping of the player’s names where “so called” draft experts picked them. I went online and searched for full mock drafts of all 32 teams with at least 5 rounds selected. I found 11 of them. After that all I did was to print them out and look at the player/s picked for the Denver Broncos. Now some of them weren’t updated to show recent events so for those I used the player/s picked for that team with that selection. In most of them a player was picked more than once-that player was used for Denver’s pick. In some cases different players were picked more than once in that slot-then it was settled by a coin flip. It’s amazing how it turned out. Take a look!

Round 1 went to: Michael Brockers, DT, LSU

He was selected 5 times out of the 11 drafts used.

Round 2 went to: Doug Martin, RB, Boise State

He won by coin flip over Brandon Thompson, DT.

Round 3 went to: Tommy Streeter, WR, Miami

Only player picked more than once in Round 3

Round 4 (NYJ) went to: James-Michael Johnson, ILB, Nevada

Selected 4 times for NYJ-Denver didn’t have a player picked more than once on the updated versions. This might change as more get updated.

Round 4 (Denver’s pick) went to: Coty Sensabaugh, CB, Clemson

Selected twice-only player picked more than once

Round 5 (STL) went to: B.J. Coleman, QB, UT-Chattanooga

Picked the most times for the Broncos selection of any player drafted, any round-6 out of 11 drafts had him here.

Round 5 (Denver) went to: Tydreke Powell, DT

Won by a coin flip over Ladarius Green, TE. Both were selected multiple times.

I found this draft to be surreal. Now remember this had no input from me. I just simply took the names and placed them in order determined by how all the other Mock Specialist had it, but I will say I like it and I’m not sure I would change much either.

This is a Fan-Created Comment on The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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