NFL Fantasy Football: 2010 Is NOT The Year of the Quarterback

October 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This was not the season to be a little different and take a quarterback in the first round of your fantasy draft instead of a running back.  

All the NFL does is make life easier for quarterbacks.  Every season there is a new rule change designed to help quarterbacks complete more passes.  Defensive backs cannot touch a receiver after five yards.  Sack specialists cannot hit a quarterback in the head, below the knees, a second late or if he has ingested Gatorade within the past half-hour. 
And now defenders are not allowed to hit “defenseless” receivers, nor can they hit a ball carrier too hard for fear of getting flagged or suspended.    

Yet with all of the rules in their favor and with receivers becoming faster and bigger all the time, the upper-echelon quarterbacks are really having a hard time hitting the broad side of Flozell Adams. 
Many if not most of fantasy football’s best quarterbacks ente...

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