Without a doubt, the late-round quarterback strategy has all but become the default in most formats. Dak Prescott is a prime target for that strategy thanks to his current consensus ADP of QB21 pushing his talents into the 12th round or later in 12-team leagues. Those brave enough to wait and capitalize on that value will reap the benefits of securing a quarterback with top-five potential for the price of a backup tight end.
- Prescott’s 2017 wasn’t as bad as most think. He was inconsistent but still provided QB1 numbers.
- Ezekiel Elliott is back. The bedrock of the Cowboys’ offense was dearly missed during his six-game suspension last year.
- Addition by subtraction. A loss in leadership and experience forces a reimagining of the offense.
- Versatility over volatility. More speed, more youth, more versatility on offense equals more production.
- Solidarity in the trenches. The Cowboys offensive line is still elite and may even be better this year.
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