NFL pool: room for quarterbacks


With the drafts fast approaching in the NFL football pools, the QMI Agency offers you some tips for winning your auction.

• Read also: Rouge et Or: Frédérik Antoine hopes to make his mark

• Read also: More positives for Desmond Ridder

Today: quarterbacks.

– The four essentials

It’s virtually impossible to go wrong selecting Josh Allen (Buffalo Bills), Justin Herbert (Los Angeles Chargers), Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City Chiefs) and Lamar Jackson (Baltimore Ravens).

In addition to evolving for excellent formations, the four athletes are outrageously talented. They pose as much of a threat with their arms as they do their legs, which is a must to be considered an elite quarterback in “fantasy” football.

– The second third

By choosing Tom Brady (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Kyler Murray (Arizona Cardinals), Joe Burrow (Cincinnati Bengals) and Jalen Hurts (Philadelphia Eagles), a pooler ensures that he has consistent production of his pivot.

– The third third

Are the eight shifts mentioned above no longer available on your turn? No problem, there are still a multitude of interesting options. These pivots aren’t quite as flamboyant, but they should still give you honest and fairly diligent production.

They are: Matthew Stafford (Los Angeles Rams), Russell Wilson (Denver Broncos), Dak Prescott (Dallas Cowboys), Kirk Cousins ​​(Minnesota Vikings) and Derek Carr (Las Vegas Raiders).

– Late options

Several poolers like to have one, or even two quarterbacks, in reserve on their bench. With that in mind, here are some names to watch in the final rounds of your auction: Justin Fields (Chicago Bears), Jameis Winston (New Orleans Saints), Zach Wilson (New York Jets) and Kenny Pickett (New York Steelers). Pittsburgh).

The bottom two on this list won’t be in charge for the first games of their own, but could prove to be very profitable in the final weeks of your season.

– Not to be fished

For lack of consistency or talent around them, it is risky to trust Baker Mayfield (Carolina Panthers), Tua Tagovailoa (Miami Dolphins) and Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers).

The presence of the quarterback who won the last two NFL MVP awards in this category will surprise many. However, it must be considered that he is not getting any younger and that the departure of Davante Adams will do great damage to his collection of points.


Back to top button