Over the last five years, 24 quarterbacks who finished as a QB1 were drafted outside the top 12 (40-percent hit rate). This hit rate projects we can find four to five quarterbacks that end as QB1s. However, how will we identify which quarterbacks hold hidden value, and which are ranked lower for good reason?
Whether Mostert is healthy or not, it is reasonable to expect Sermon to contribute as a rookie. If the incumbent starter were to miss any time, Sermon would seemingly see an increase in his workload, making him an intriguing option for fantasy. The potential upside has Sermon drafted as RB34 according to FantasyPros, standing to rise leading up to the season.
arating things you can do for fantasy football. You draft your team(s) and come back at the end of the year to claim your prize money. Drafting is one of the most fun parts of fantasy football, so why not do it all the time? Therefore, without further ado, let’s get into the stacks that could help you dominate your best ball leagues!