Found March 30, 2013 on Gridiron Experts:
The quarterbacks in the 2012 class (minus Colin Kaepernick he was 2011) have set the bar very high for fantasy quarterback production moving forward. The expectations of this class will be difficult to match. Fantasy owners should not buy into the idea that all rookie quarterbacks are created equal. When looking at the 2012 class Tannehill‘s numbers are considered better than the norm for a rookie quarterback. That should allow you to develop expectations for the rookie quarterbacks that you may consider in taking in the 2013 class.  Andrew Luck To say the number one overall pick in the 2012 draft had a fine rookie campaign would be an understatement. After Indianapolis gutted the front office and much of the team to make room for a new era, Andrew Luck led the early season underdogs into the playoffs. Luck set rookie records for the most pass attempts by a rookie (627, 5th in the league), yards (4,374, 7th in the league), passing yards in a game by a rookie (433 yards), most 300 ya...
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