2020 NFL Draft Guide: Waiting on Quarterbacks
Ryan Hallam Fantasy Alarm helps you understand what you could be gaining in your fantasy football drafts just by waiting on the quarterback position.
The quarterback position is one of the more interesting in fantasy football. It is the position (unless your name is Christian McCaffrey in 2019) that tends to score the most points. However, if you listen to many of the personalities in the fantasy football industry, you will be told that you can always wait on the position. There’s no reason to take one in the early rounds, because there is so much talent at the position. Right now, there is such a glut of guys who can lead you to a fantasy championship that you should load up at other positions before considering the highest scoring spot on your roster. The following paragraphs will give you multiple examples to prove this point.
Sure, Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson are the cream of the crop at the position. However, at the same time you will pay an awful pretty penny to get them on your roster. Both have an average draft position (ADP) in the second round, with Jackson going about four or five...