There always seems to be two separate groups when it comes to QB draft strategy: those who want to spend big draft capital on guys like Mahomes, and others who tend to wait and grab a decent QB in the middle rounds (Ryan, Brees, Wentz). But let’s talk about a third group that likes to take QBs way late. Some may gag at the thought of grabbing a QB like Josh Allen in their fantasy drafts, but stats have shown that not much separates the best QBs from the worst QBs when it comes to fantasy points. Grabbing a late round QB allows you to build your WR/RB/TE spots, so even when you come up against the Mahomes owner, you stand a good chance at beating them with your superior lineup.
Premium Access Only
Access the full article and more with a premium membership.Get it now!
Already a member? Log in here