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What We Learned in 2018: Quarterback

A look back at what we learned at the quarterback position in 2018

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It was an exciting year for quarterback play - at least early on - but that didn’t exactly translate to an exciting or stimulating year for the quarterback position in fantasy leagues with traditional one starter lineups. There was still plenty to learn to help at the quarterback and as fantasy players in general.

Where Patrick Mahomes II and Andy Reid are going, they won’t need roads

Mahomes destroyed the competition at quarterback, creating the largest gap between #1 and #2 at a position whether you measure by total points or percentage. Mahomes wasn’t even keeping his foot on the accelerator in the fourth quarter of many early games, he lost Sammy Watkins and Kareem Hunt during the season, and it was only his full season as a starter. Call it a college offense, gawk at Mahomes mechanics, look away in disbelief - no one successfully held him down for an entire game. He never fell below 20 points in standard scoring and was only below 25 points three times through Week 16.

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