Quarterback Tiers, Targets, and Players to Avoid

A look at 2019 fantasy quarterback options through the lens of tiers

This might seem like the most uninteresting year to draft quarterbacks in typical start one quarterback leagues, and in some ways, it is (try Superflex/2-QB leagues for a change). There is still advantages to gain over the competition when you consider that Patrick Mahomes II had the biggest gap of any #1 player at his position to the #2 player. Advantages are advantages and even though waiting at quarterback can get you about 20 points in the bank every week at no cost, picking the breakout quarterback can help you beat those teams that waited at quarterback and the breakout quarterbacks will be cheaper than chasing breakouts at other positions. So the glut of options at the position will push everyone down the board and make it easier to get “your guy”. The name of the game is still taking players who will vastly outproduce expectations and there will be a few this year. Good luck finding them.

I've included my opinion on whether a player is undervalued (target), priced correctly, or overvalued (avoid) at conventional wisdom ADP.

The 24 Karat Gold Standard

Regression? What Regression?

Patrick Mahomes II - Priced Correctly

With Tyreek Hill facing no suspension, Sammy Watkins healthy and balling out, and the addition of Mecole Hardman, Mahomes might actually take a step forward from his astronomical 2018 numbers.

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