2013 Fantasy Football: Evaluating the Elite Tier of Quarterbacks

August 6, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In fantasy football, it is often easier to rank and debate players among different tiers, instead of individual rankings, when just two or three places may not really mean any real separation between players.
Quarterback is an extremely deep class this year, with a ton of talent in the top half of the group. I personally advise waiting on your quarterback this year because you can get a quality signal caller in the eighth or ninth round of most drafts.
There is not a huge gap separating this elite group from the next few tiers, which is another reason that it may be advantageous to wait a few rounds instead of getting one of these elite players.
But it's hard to fault someone for drafting the best players at their position, especially ones who are as good and safe as these four studs.
First up is Drew Brees, who has finished in the top two in fantasy scoring four out of the past five seasons, which is a truly remarkable stretch that should continue in 2013.

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