In Part 1 of my 2QB fantasy strategy, we looked at quarterbacks that could fit onto your roster as potential MVPs and difference-makers in your run to the 2013 Fantasy Championship. Today, in Part 2, we look at the deep sleepers that are most likely going to go undrafted, and could potentially crack the starting lineup for you before the end of the year. There is a VERY good chance these players are duds – as boring as a green bell pepper – but one of them could be as spicy as a habanero and exactly what your team needs to win the big trophy.
So here are some QB’s to think about when going into your draft, rated by chili peppers on the Scoville Heat Scale from 1 (Bell Pepper) to 350,000 (habanero). The rating is based purely on my own wild speculation on whether I see them as a diamond in the rough this season, or just a plain old flop.
The Big Red Stop Sign:
Spicy Pepper Rating: Bell Pepper – 1 on the Scoville Scale
Low Risk, Low Reward:
Spicy Pepper Rating: Red Chili – 500 on the Scoville Scale
Potential Day One Starters Who Could Be Better Then You Had Hoped:
Spicy Pepper Rating: Chili Verde – 1000 on the Scoville Scale
Last Chance To Be Productive:
Spicy Pepper Rating: Jalepeño – 4500 on the Scoville Scale
Spicy Pepper Rating: Serrano – 9,000 on the Scoville Scale
Backups That Should Get Time:
Spicy Pepper Rating: Cayenne – 30,000 on the Scoville Scale
Spicy Pepper Rating: Habenaro – 350,000 on the Scoville Scale
Check out my previous article on 2QB fantasy leagues here