NFL Fantasy Football – Rookies to Consider – The QB’s

July 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I’ll start my annual look at the fantasy football season by looking at rookies to consider drafting at each position. As training camp proceeds, we’ll revisit the rookies and see who is drifting up in value and who is drifting down. As always, I welcome any and all feedback.
As for QB’s, rookies are typically a horrible choice. They throw too many INTs, which can kill you, depending on how your league scores. A good rule of thumb is “never draft ‘em." Some will point to Matt Ryan or Joe Flacco as proof that rookie QB’s can play. Problem is it seems there’s one Matt Ryan for every ten JaMarcus Russells.
Regardless, there are a couple of guys that are going to fall into pretty good situations and may be worthy of a late-round pick in deep leagues if you are daring.
Sam Bradford, STL

One has to figure Bradford will get every opportunity to start right away with A.J. Feeley on the wrong side of 30. Who knows...

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