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When going into a fantasy draft, a fantasy owners strategy regarding their starting quarterback is very important. Do you go for a high ceiling or consistency? Some fantasy players like the solid production the elite options like Aaron Rodgers or Russell Wilson. These quarterbacks may provide a higher likelihood of a great fantasy season, but they come with a fairly steep price tag. A price tag that would prevent the acquisition of a valuable running back or wide receiver.
Then there is the popular school of thought from many fantasy owners that you should wait on a quarterback. The position is certainly deep enough where you can afford to wait. This is a popular strategy given how small the difference in value is between the elite quarterbacks (Wilson/Rodgers) and ones found outside of the top-12 ( QB's not even starting in standard leagues). This is in comparison to the difference in value between those same groups at RB and WR in fantasy football.
So, how do you find value when waiting for a quarterback? It is unwise to roll the dice on a high ceiling option if that have a volatile track record. You want to draft a quarterback who has shown a certain level of consistency. A quarterback that you can count on for safe production with as little risk as possible of a "dud" game (or "dud" season for that matter).
This article is the first in a series highlighting hidden value among consistent performers at each position. I will show you how to locate some smart, safe options using FFStatistics Consistency Data Charts and Z-Score.
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