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The Titans will use Derrick Henry to control the clock and pound teams in the 4th quarter this season

2016 Pony Draft Destinations

The 2016 BDFL Pony Draft Picks settle in with their new NFL teams

TITLETOWN - This is where the BDFL outshines all other leagues. With the annual Pony Draft completed a month ago, the league's 16 teams finally know which NFL team will join them in the Pony Draft process. Below is this season's Pony Draft order by BDFL team, the players selected and the NFL team where each Pony Pick landed. The commentary is from Iron Hand, The Commissioner of the BDFL, so your know it is accurate.



RB - Derrick Henry TEN – Henry is a beast. The Titans will use the 2015 Heisman Trophy winner to ground and pound like the Steelers used Jerome Bettis when Mike Mularkey was the OC in Pittsburgh.


QB - Jared Goff LA – "LA Woman Sunday afternoon" is what Goff will be most of the season as he learns on the job with the new Los Angeles Rams of Anaheim in Orange County, California (LARAOCC).

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RB - Ezekiel Elliott DAL – Elliott is the complete package and the Cowboys will ride him behind their impressive OL. Look for Zeke to be in the running for the BDFL's Pony of the Year, if there is such a thing.

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WR - Laquon Treadwell MIN – Treadwell is a gamechanger and a true #1 receiver. The Vikings need his physical presence to take some heat off of Diggs and give Bridgewater a fresh drink of cool water.


QB - Carson Wentz PHI – Wentz in Philly will be an internship in 2016. Look for the Mayors to keep the big Bison on the bench in case some strange things happen in the City of Brotherly Love this season.


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WR - Josh Doctson WAS – The 'Skins haven't really had a Hall of Fame type receiver since Ark Monk left after the 1993 season. We don't think Doctson is Hall of Fame material, but you get the point.


WR - Sterling Shepard NYG – He's only 5'10" 194 pounds, but he is a competitor, especially in the slot. He also brings value in the return game. He is one of the most feisty competitors in the entire draft.


QB - Conner Cook OAK – The Raiders like Cook's "vertical" passing game which "vertical" literally means "straight up". Look for Cook to sit and learn behind Carr and be a capable back-up when called upon.

WR - Braxton Miller HOU – The Gamblers rolled the dice on the converted quarterback from Ohio State. Miller's upside is tremendous, but will he be able to work his way on the field with the Texans?

TE - Hunter Henry SD – Henry is by far the most talented tight end in this draft and will be a great replacement for Antonio Gates this upcoming season and for several more years to come.

WR - Michael Thomas NO – The Saints need receivers and Thomas is a big play threat. He should get plenty of playing time as Drew Brees and Sean Payton try to re-capture the mojo in NOLA.


RB - Devontae Booker DEN Booker is the one-cut type back that the Broncos love. He provides needed depth and will get plenty of work in the rotation as Denver breaks in a new signal caller.

PK - Roberto Aguayo TB With the 30-yard extra points now in the NFL, there is a premium on kickers. The Buccaneers reached early in the second round to keep the talented Floridian close to home.

RB - Keith Marshall WAS – The Woosiers took a chance on a sleeper with the swift and often-injured Marshall, but the same was said for Terrell Davis when he was at UGA and we know how that worked out.


WR - Corey Coleman CLEThe Browns can use a playmaker as they rebuild for the 18th season in a row, this time under new coach Hue Jackson. Coleman will be open, if RG3 has time to find him.

WR - Will Fuller HOU – The Sloth Monsters get the steal of the 2016 Pony Draft with the field-stretching Fuller. He's an instant starter in Houston and will draw lots of man coverage opposite Hopkins.