Coming into the season, Tony Romo and Philip Rivers were low-end No. 1 quarterbacks in 12-team, one-quarterback leagues. Those of you who subscribe to this site’s motto — grabbing a starting quarterback late in fantasy drafts — may very well have ended up with one of these two guys. Well, there is no other way […]
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I love when crazy things happen in the NFL. You know, like two weeks ago when Brian Hartline went off. That‘s the kind of performance that makes me come back to the NFL and fantasy football. Those kind of games that make us scratch our heads, and sometimes, question humanity…I love them. They’re what make […]
Since the launch of my book and blog, I’ve made it very clear as to why I believe drafting a quarterback early is a bad idea. If you haven’t read any of my previous entries, take a look here, here and here.
But what I haven’t touched on is the fact that drafting a middle-round quarterback is an even worse strategy.