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Three Productive Quarterbacks You Can Draft In Late Rounds

Corey Parson The Fantasy Executive August 14, 2017 10:50PM EST

In the  National Football League, the quarterback is the most important person on the team. Most championship runs begin with the guy behind the center calling the shots. In the Fantasy Football hobby, it’s quite different. Fantasy Football championship runs begin with finding value at the quarterback position. The last two NFL MVP’s have been quarterbacks who weren’t even drafted in most Fantasy Football leagues. In 2016, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, who was coming off a terrible 2015 season, was an afterthought in the minds of Fantasy Football owners. In the Fantasy Football drafts of 2015, Cam Newton was a player Fantasy Football owners were avoiding. When Newton’s top option, wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, tore his ACL in training camp, Fantasy Football owners watched the Panthers signal caller go undrafted in most 12-team leagues. With Fantasy Football drafts approaching, I will tell you about a few quarterbacks that you can get toward the end of your draft who can bring back big returns.

The Red Rifle is much more productive than most Fantasy owners think. Photo Credit: Shelley Lipton/Icon Sportswire

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