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Monday, July 27, 2015

FANTASY SPORTS BOSS 2015 FANTASY FOOTBALL DRAFT GUIDE QUARTERBACK EXCERPT

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QUARTERBACKS

Draft Strategy:  With no clear consensus as to who should be the number 1 pick in 2015 fantasy football drafts, one could easily make the case for either Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers or Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck hearing their names called first this summer.  With the wide receiver talent pool going deeper than ever and with the proliferation of running back committees increasing the amount of fantasy football-worthy options making up that class, taking a quarterback sometime in the first two rounds is a very smart idea.  However failing to land a Rodgers, Luck, Drew Brees, or a Peyton Manning, waiting to pick your starting QB in single-passer formats is a smart idea given the amount of good value plays that are presenting itself this season.  Some moderately-priced QB’s who could have big seasons in 2015 include the New York Giants’ Eli Manning, Miami’s Ryan Tannehill, St. Louis’ Nick Foles, and perennially underrated Matt Ryan.  Those who take part in two-QB formats however need to move quicker.

1.  Aaron Rodgers:  After some brief dalliances with Drew Brees and than Peyton Manning as the number 1 QB in fantasy football the last few years, there is little debate that Green Bay’s perennial MVP candidate Aaron Rodgers deserves to ascend back to the top for 2015.  Still in his prime at 31, Rodgers played in 16 games for only the second time in six seasons in 2014 as he posted a ridiculous 38 touchdowns and only 5 interceptions for 4,381 yards.  Rodgers also continues to contribute on the ground, picking up 269 rushing yards with another two scores.  Rodgers’ health is always a dicey proposition given his history behind some awful Green Bay offensive lines but on skill alone he is well deserving of this lofty spot.
PROJECTION:  4,207 yards 33 TD 7 INT 241 rushing yards 2 TD

2.  Andrew Luck:  We all knew it was simply a matter of time before Andrew Luck would thrust himself into the top tier of fantasy football passer and in 2014 he smashed down the door to the club by throwing 40 touchdowns and a total of 4,761 yards as the Indianapolis Colts finally took off the training wheels.  The Colts are now a pass first, second, and third outfit and Luck’s ability to help both in the passing and running game (273 rushing yards/3 TD’s) enables him to be the only passer who can challenge Aaron Rodgers.  Luck is a bit more turnover-prone than Rodgers as evidenced by the 16 picks he threw last season but other than that quibble, this guy is well-deserving of being even the top pick in the entire draft.
2015 PROJECTION:  4,816 yards 41 TD 15 INT 258 rushing yards 2 TD

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