The best and worst fantasy QBs for best-ball formats

Mike Tagliere checks out the guys to look at (or avoid) if you're playing in a league that uses best-ball.

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(AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman)

(AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman)

The best and worst fantasy QBs for best-ball formats


Now that we’ve gone through wide receivers and running backs, it’s time to move forward with the glue that holds everything together in your best-ball lineups, the quarterbacks.

There are plenty of seasoned veterans taking the late-round approach, and that’s fine, although many are targeting the wrong quarterbacks when looking at ADP.

As we’ve done with running backs and wide receivers, I’m going to run through which quarterbacks are the ones you should be targeting in best ball, as well as ones you should avoid, almost completely. Some of the names to avoid may shock you, but let’s start with the guys you want to target.

Best-ball studs

Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints: It’s certainly a mystery why Brees is falling into the seventh, sometimes eighth round of early best-ball drafts. He comes with one of the highest ceilings in the league, as well as the highest floor.

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Mike Tagliere is a Lead Writer for PFF Fantasy. He's ranked as a top-six fantasy football expert twice over the last four years by FantasyPros.com.

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