Week 1 is nearly here! The final week of drafting (and waiting) is upon us. Our goal is to give you the tools to guide you towards winning a championship, and we're giving you glimpses into into a variety of the tools available in our 2020 Rotoworld Fantasy Football Draft Guide from the Rotoworld Premium EDGE+ Roto package.
Complete with content aimed at providing the knowledge you need to make the perfect draft decisions in a variety of league formats — from projections, rankings, a start/sit tool and trade analyzer to exclusive expert columns — this year's edition is the finest we've ever produced.
While your league-mates are busy snatching up Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes in your draft, keep your eye on our Tier 3 quarterbacks, who are more likely than not to deliver you a quality performance week-to-week.
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Tier 3 QBs - Low-end QB1 Candidates
Matt Ryan completed a league-high 408 passes last season despite missing a game and dealing with mostly-brutal offensive line play. The 2019 fantasy QB11 again figures to be throwing the ball more often than not after the Falcons failed to make too much of a change to their porous defense. While Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley are undoubtedly ballers, there’s a troubling lack of depth among the offense’s skill-position talents. The Falcons’ 35-year-old QB took a league-high 48 sacks last season and struggled down the stretch while playing through a painful ankle injury. Positive regression isn’t guaranteed, particularly when the offense is basically an injury away from having to make some tough decisions at almost every position.
Carson Wentz has his best group of skill-position talent since his MVP-worthy 2017 campaign. Overall, the Eagles added three speedy WRs through the draft in Jalen Reagor (1.21), John Hightower (5.23) and Quez Watkins (6.21) while also adding ex-49ers field-stretching WR Marquise Goodwin. Throw in DeSean Jackson, and it’s clear that the likes of Zach Ertz, Dallas Goedert, Alshon Jeffery and Miles Sanders should have plenty of room to operate in the underneath and intermediate areas of the field. Wentz was quietly the fantasy QB10 in 2019 despite devoting targets to the likes of Nelson Agholor, Greg Ward, Boston Scott, Mack Hollins and Joshua Perkins. The potential for Wentz’s efficiency numbers to return to 2017 levels, combined with a sneaky-solid rushing floor (tied with Ryan Fitzpatrick for 10th-most rushing yards in 2019), makes the Eagles’ franchise QB worthy of mid-level QB1 treatment.
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