I might be a bit biased, but I feel that dynasty average draft position (ADP) data is one of the most valuable tools a dynasty player can have. Unfortunately, those number of tools available for players preferring 2QB or super-flex leagues is limited. It is for that reason that I recently chose to conduct a series of five mock drafts to gauge the dynasty value of players in this growing league format as the 2018 NFL Draft nears.
In case you’re not familiar with the idea of a super-flex or 2QB league, it simply offers participants the option of starting an additional quarterback in their weekly lineup. While this might seem like a simple and straightforward adjustment, it is one that rocks the foundation of the league, including how owners build and manage their teams. In some ways, it is as simple as saying “quarterbacks are worth a lot more,” but in other ways, the changes are much more complex.
Personally, I tend to treat quarterbacks in this format as I do wide receivers in a typical league. I want as many top-end quarterbacks as I can get and they usually make up the majority of my cornerstone draft picks when building a team.
Next, I’ll go round-by-round, sharing the end of season 2QB ADP we’ve formed with some brief thoughts for the first few rounds.
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