Brady. Rodgers. Wilson. Your entire league is going to be gunning for them. Stack up on position players when the run on those QB’s start, and wait around for one of these guys, they might not put up Russell Wilson comparable points, but they’ll rack them up for you, and could help lead you to a championship.
Trubisky is going to have a huge jump in production in year two. He has real receiving pieces around him, and one of the best offensive minds in the game as his head coach. With Matt Negy at the helm, along with Allen Robinson, Trey Burton and Taylor Gabriel as his receiving corps, he should be able to be fully unleashed in year two. You can probably jump on him in round seven or eight of your draft if you’re lucky.
Speaking of quarterbacks poised for a year two jump, Patrick Mahomes might have a higher ceiling than Trubisky. He’s at the helm of a high octane offense that includes Kareem Hunt, Tyreek Hill, and Travis Kelce. Oh and we almost forgot to include his new toy, Sammy Watkins. Andy Reid should be able to turn his offense into a spread style just like Mahomes ran during his time at Texas Tech. With his rocket arm and playmaking ability, he has a very high ceiling for the Chiefs and your fantasy team.
Stafford puts up consistently amazing fantasy numbers, just without the wins to show for it, so he constantly gets overlooked. He has put up at least 4000 yards and 20 touchdowns in every season since 2011. Stafford has a decent receiving corps, led by Golden Tate and Marvin Jones, but that doesn’t really matter. Stafford always finds a way to produce whenever he’s on the field. The former Georgia Bulldog might be ranked among the tier two quarterbacks, but consider him a tier one option. If you have a chance to draft him, go get him.