Steals in fantasy football are the players who outperform their expectations, providing tremendous value to savvy managers. These hidden treasures can turn a good team into a championship contender and leave opponents in awe of their foresight.
The Steals For 2023
- Jared Goff: (Current ADP: Late 11th | Value Pick ADP: Early 10th)
- Russell Wilson: (Current ADP: Mid 10th | Value Pick ADP: Mid 9th)
- Derek Carr: (Current ADP: Late 12th | Value Pick ADP: Early 11th)
- Trevor Lawrence: (Current ADP: Late 7th | Value Pick ADP: Late 6th)
- Kenny Pickett: (Current ADP: Early 14th | Value Pick: Anywhere in the 13th)
You'll be fine drafting a QB late, but make sure you're not waiting too long and picking up a valueless QB. Be sure to not to reach! My personal cheat sheets have ADP on them so I don't get crazy and jump the gun.
It's The 10-12th Round & You Lack a Quarterback
- Derek Carr
- Kyler Murray
- Jared Goff
- Geno Smith
- Russell Wilson
Two Quarterback Draft Advice
So you're in a league that has two starting quarterback slots and you're wondering what to do. Here's some tips:
- Don't pay a lot of attention to ADP. Guys will reach for the quarterback they like.
- Position runs can happen at any moment, you'll want at least 1 quarterback on your team before everyone starts going bananas.
- Watch the bye-weeks!
- Never wait on quarterback and don't be surprised to see the top 12 off the board by the end of the 4th round.
- If quarterback becomes the focal point of early rounds know that this will open the door for some juicy picks in 3rd, 4th and 5th rounds.
At the end of the day, I recommend you simply try to have one quarterback out of each tier. So based on your league settings (therefore your cheat sheets) a top 5 guy and so on and so forth down the tiers.