2013 NFL Draft Fantasy Preview: Quarterbacks
The last few years we have been spoiled by the rookie quarterback. The new norm for fantasy as well as the NFL, is for a rookie quarterback to walk into a starting job and be productive. This isn’t always the case and I don’t think the same can be said for too many of the quarterbacks that were in this year’s draft class. That said, there could be a few situations for fantasy opportunity and a few others that could pay off down the road as great targets for deep dynasty leagues. Here are my thoughts on this year’s class, and how it’s impact on fantasy football.
to the new style that the Bills want to play on their offense, and that is SPEED! Although E.J. is far from a perfect prospect, but he will have a chance to compete for the starting job. Manuel could be a solid QB with upside in both redraft leagues and dynasty leagues.
[denZac Dysert: This is the super sleeper of the group. I know, I know Peyton Manning runs the show in Denver, but he isn’t getting any younger and his surgically repaired neck will remain a concern. I honestly think Dysert can beat out Brock Osweiler for the backup spot, with the potential of being the starter down the road when Manning retires. Should be a target for deep dynasty leagues.