Fantasy Football 2014: 3 Quarterbacks Whose Values Will Turn Around in 2014

February 15, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Even with how the NFL caters to quarterbacks these days, some signal callers had trouble putting up decent numbers for fantasy football owners last season.
Now that the NFL has gone from a run-first to a pass-first league, quarterbacks have become much more valuable in fantasy leagues, especially in ones where each team has to start two quarterbacks each week as opposed to just one.
So it is not as simple as drafting Aaron Rodgers and sticking him in as your starting quarterback every week. Fantasy owners need to be more diligent about acquiring solid second and third QBs. And one way to find good options is to draft quarterbacks who had off-years last season and should turn things around this season.
Here are three quarterbacks whose fantasy values will turn around in 2014:

Eli Manning, New York Giants

Peyton Manning set an NFL record with 55 touchdown passes in 2013. Peyton’s little brother, meanwhile, led the NFL with 27 interceptions. I hope f...

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