By Jeff Paur
Senior Fantasy Writer
Realtime Fantasy Sports
The quarterback position continues to be very deep for fantasy teams. We said it last year but it might ring even more true this year. The quarterback position might be the deepest ever for fantasy teams, causing the dilemma of acting early on an elite option or waiting and getting a solid starter later in your draft. It is a tough call for fantasy teams.
If you want an Andrew Luck or Aaron Rodgers, you'll have to use a pick on a quarterback in the first three or so rounds of your draft. If you want to wait until the later rounds, you likely will get a guy like Tony Romo as your starter, which isn't bad by any means but won't score as much some of the elite guys.
Either way, you will also want to know your scoring system. Every league is different. Some leagues favor quarterbacks a little more while others try to devalue the position some by making passing touchdowns worth less as well as penalizing more for interceptions. So you'll want to know your scoring inside and out before deciding when to take a quarterback.
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