With the way he’s forcing himself up the ranks, just call him Muscle Wilson
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There are so many quality fantasy QBs that even the “back-ups” on most teams are good enough to start. However, it’s hard to make an argument against spending top dollar for the best QBs.
Go and look at the top four or six teams in your league. You’ll see a similar trend of playoff bound teams featuring top-tiered signal-callers. Does this mean that it’s impossible to win without a top QB? Of course not.
However, when you get an Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees, you greatly increase your odds of finishing in the top half of your league and making the playoffs. Once you make the postseason, you feel pretty damn good about your week-to-week odds when you have an elite QB.
I personally have a hard time dropping $60 or more on a QB in an auction format, but I can’t fault the owner willing to pony up.
The good news is that whether you want to spend major coin on a QB or prefer to go with RBs/WRs early and wait on a signal-caller, “Tiers, Not Fears” is for you. We’ve got 35 QBs ranked and tiered up. So pull up a Mexican Chair Person, shit’s about to get real.
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