FANTASY SPORTS

SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio celebrity fantasy football draft results

July 24, 2014

Wednesday evening at SiriusXM Studios in New York City, SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio held its annual celebrity fantasy football draft.

A total of 12 teams took part in the draft, managed by:

  • Playboy Playmate Pilar Lastra
  • Actor Scott Porter
  • Better Than Ezra’s Kevin Griffin and Tom Drummond
  • Actor and comedian Robert Wuhl
  • Adult film star Lisa Ann
  • Two-time NBA champion Malik Rose
  • Will Murray of The Howard Stern Show
  • Pro Football Hall of Famer Chris Doleman
  • “The Guru” John Hansen
  • Defending league champion and Oakland Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew
  • Former Mets general manager Steve Phillips
  • Country singer Tim Dugger and NASCAR driver Austin Dillon

The draft wasn’t without surprises; Drew Brees was the third player off the board, selected by the Better Than Ezra team; Rose took the Seattle Seahawks defense in the fifth (fifth!) round; and five (five!) teams took placekickers before the 15th and 16th rounds.

For full draft results, visit SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio’s celebrity fantasy football league page. See below for the results of the first round of the draft and for highlights, including the seventh round selection that nearly resulted in Murray’s ejection.

FIRST ROUND

  1. Pilar Lastra – Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs, running back
  2. Scott Porter – LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles, running back
  3. Better Than Ezra – Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints, quarterback
  4. Robert Wuhl – Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings, running back
  5. Lisa Ann – Matt Forte, Chicago Bears, running back
  6. Malik Rose – Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos, quarterback
  7. Howard Stern Show – Eddie Lacy, Green Bay Packers, running back
  8. Chris Doleman – Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions, wide receiver
  9. John Hansen – Demaryius Thomas, Broncos, wide receiver
  10. Maurice Jones-Drew – Maurice Jones-Drew, Raiders, running back
  11. Steve Phillips – Marshawn Lynch, Seattle Seahawks, running back
  12. Austin Dillon and Tim Dugger – Montee Ball, Broncos, running back