As always, it’s about grabbing the best players available, regardless of position, early on — then filling positional needs later. Hunt for value wherever it presents itself.
Where might that value show up at QB? Let’s take a look.
The table below shows ADP from 2-QB, 12-team mock drafts on FantasyFootballCalculator.com. You’ll also see the Draft Sharks overall rank for each QB. Those rankings are based on a half-point PPR league starting 2 QBs, 2 RBs, 3 WRs, 1 TE, 1 Flex, 1 K and 1 DEF.
(If you’re in a “Superflex” league that allows you to start a QB in a flex spot, you can essentially treat it as a 2-QB league. You’ll want a QB in that flex spot, assuming a standard scoring system, because they score more raw fantasy points than RBs, WRs or TEs.)
The final column, “Value,” is the difference between ADP and ranking. Negative numbers (in red) are bad values — guys going earlier than they appear in our rankings. Positive numbers (in green) are good values.