What Round To Draft My Fantasy Quarterback?

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What Round To Draft My Fantasy Quarterback?

The guessing game of What Round To Draft My Fantasy Quarterback is a question nobody else in your league will know as well as you after reading this article. The Quarterbacks have began a new era in fantasy football by throwing for ridiculously high fantasy numbers in recent years. Therefore, this position is one you must take serious in your NFL fantasy draft. So What Round To Draft My Fantasy Quarterback?

My Expert advice is to always wait on your Quarterback until after you have both 2 starters at RB and 2 at WR. This means you should never draft earlier than rounds 5 or 6 at the earliest for your QB selection. Personally, If I cannot get either Cam Newton or Gronk At TE in rounds 3 or 4 ( which probably isn’t happening ) I am picking nothing but RBs and WRs for my first 6 rounds. This has worked in the past and I still end up fine with guys like Big Ben and Carson Palmer at QB’s my later round selections. Next year will be no different with many young guys like Derek Carr, Jameis Winston, and Blake Bortles on the rise. You could easily find your starting fantasy quarterback late in the draft. Yes you might end up with your starting quarterback from the waiver wire. You might not pass up a Cam Newton if he falls to say round 3 or 4. However, Are you going to spend a round 1 or 2 on him or any other quarterback? In my opinion NO. Too many quarterbacks in this league are capable of 30 plus fantasy points in a week. I am Remembering Kirk Cousins on my bench outscoring Aaron Rodgers. So What Round To Draft My Fantasy Quarterback?

Rounds 6-8  is the ideal time to start deciding on your Fantasy QB.
Many times I will Stockpile all running backs and wide receivers early. Then Draft 2 quarterbacks in rounds 10-14. Try it? I bet you end up happy starting one.

Biggest surprise quarterback fantasy of 2015?  I would argue Derek Carr. However Blake Blortles surprised us.

Author: Jason Raider

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