An Early Look At 2014 Late Round Quarterbacks

NFL: Preseason-Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers The Late Round Quarterback strategy wins championships. In short one would wait to draft a QB while building his team around the more scarce less replaceable positions of running back and wide receiver. The ability to spend valuable equity on RB and WR talent early and little to no equity late can set your team up for a late season run. Last year I played a combination of Ben Roethlisberger, Philip Rivers, Alex Smith, Matt Schaub and Carson Palmer. When Schaub and Palmer weren’t working out I was quick to jump on the Nick Foles bandwagon. Quarterback production can be easily replaceable based upon match-ups and since you waste very little draft equity with this strategy you’re not necessarily married to your quarterbacks. If only this strategy could be successfully implemented into real life domestic situations.

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