Fantasy Football: 5 Late-Round Quarterbacks to Target
Fantasy football is a marvelous game, but it isn't an accurate representation of the on-field product.
Defenses are usually lumped up into one "DEF" unit, and we assign points for non-scoring stats such as yards and receptions. This allows us to enjoy the fantasy game more and celebrate when a player rips off a big play -- even if it doesn't end with a touchdown dance.
This, in part, also allows us to rely on quarterbacks who weren't even on our teams the week before because of how many starting quarterbacks are available late in drafts and on your waiver wire all season long.
If you forgo the Aaron Rodgers and Cam Newton types in your draft (and odds are you should) and instead rely on waiver-wire quarterbacks to lead your team, consider drafting one of these five passers, who are going outside the top 14 quarterbacks according to Fantasy Football Calculator, on draft day.