Regression, Thy Name is Bortles
There are a lot of fantasy football players who abide by the "Late Round QB" mantra. That's a strategy that argues for waiting on your fantasy quarterbacks until the latter part of the draft, with the idea that you can grab one or two quarterbacks who will perform as Top 10 options long after your league mates took their quarterbacks. While this strategy can certainly work, it's become a ridiculously oversimplified strategy that really doesn't represent a competitive edge anymore. The key to winning a fantasy championship is amassing the most total points for the lowest possible cost. In essence, if you draft a quarterback early and they are elite, you're fine. The problem comes from drafting a quarterback early, only to see them fail to deliver elite numbers. Andrew Luck would be last year's poster boy. The antithesis of Luck last season was clearly Blake Bortles.