This year's series of "By Committee" articles sparked a few great questions from the readers, and that led to a recent article where I discussed using a few different approaches (such as Ben Roethlisberger only at home plus another quarterback). At the end of the article, a table was presented to show several options at quarterback for committee pairs that involved quarterbacks that were higher than the cutoff line that I had drawn (QB13+ on the ADP list). The readers asked why the line was drawn at QB12, and I felt that it was a good question and a different answer (and article) was needed. Further investigation of this seemlingly arbitrary line led me to ask the question for wide receiver - should the line be drawn higher, and could better pairs result?
So with this in mind, I revisited the arguments I made about the committee approach, and then I explored raising the line (and the bar) for better pairs. Below are the results, which I hope help you on your fantasy draft day: