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Aaron Rodgers is great. But you still shouldn’t draft him in the first round of your fantasy football draft.
The Shakespearien soliloquy has nothing on this fantasy question that seems to be more popular than ever in 2013. In fact, I actually am finding myself growing more irritable as each new day seemingly brings the same question: ”Should I consider drafting a quarterback in the first round?” Irritable isn’t exactly correct, but it works well enough to illustrate my level of emotion tied to this topic … at least for this year.
And there’s the rub.
Two years ago I had performed an informal survey of those fantasy players who won championship games. The question was a simple one: “At what positional rank did your QB1 finish?” The reason why the question had become so important to me was I was beginning to see a growing trend, in that the point disparity achievable by having a top five quarterback week-in, week-out, was potentially too much of an advantage to ignore. Coupled wi...
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[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="655"] Aaron Rodgers is great. But you still shouldn't draft him in the first round of your fantasy football draft.[/caption]
The Shakespearien soliloquy has nothing on this fantasy question that seems to be more popular than ever in 2013. In fact, I actually am finding myself growing more irritable as...
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