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Bargain Bin - Quarterbacks

For a long time now, unless you are in a league that starts two quarterbacks it has been better to wait on the quarterback position until at least round six unless significant value that cannot be ignored is available when you pick. That is especially true this season as I see a number of quarterbacks that are worthy of a Bargain Bin designation. Instead of burning an early pick on Cam Newton, Russell Wilson or Aaron Rodgers, instead load up at the running back and receiver positions and target 1-2 of these players later on in your fantasy draft.

In no particular order, five quarterbacks to target that are currently in the bargain bin of early fantasy drafts. I grabbed the average ADP using multiple drafting sites including myfantasyleague.com, Real Time Fantasy Sports, FF Calculator and more

Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins: ADP is currently 135

Ryan Tannehill was the 15th best fantasy quarterback last year and this year will be adding multiple passing weapons to the offense including DeVante Parker (missed most of his rookie season), Leonte Carroo (fine rookie from Rutgers), Jakeem Grant (ultra quick slotback from Texas Tech) and running back Kenyan Drake (speedster for Alabama). Those players will be joining star receiver Jarvis Landry and tight end Jordan Cameron to give the Dolphins a plethora of weapons for Tannehill to get the ball to. He threw for 4200 yards and 24 touchdowns a year ago and is capable of adding more than the 1 rushing touchdown he scored last season. There is a very real chance that he can put up 4500 passing yards and 27+ touchdowns with a few rushing touchdowns thrown in. There is a very real chance he emerges as a top ten fantasy quarterback in 2016 and you can target him comfortably in the 8th or 9th round of your fantasy draft.

Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals: ADP is currently 122

Dalton was on pace for 4000 yards and 30 passing touchdowns last season before a poor attempt at a tackle following an interception resulted in his missing the final three games of the season. Dalton is a very capable and underrated quarterback who is in his prime. He is currently my 11th best fantasy quarterback for the upcoming season and while he lost a couple of decent, veteran receivers he still has A.J. Green who is a monster and I love the draft pick of Tyler Boyd of Pitt who has all the tools to emerge as a legitimate weapon opposite of green. Add talented tight end Tyler Eifort and pass catching running back Giovani Bernard and there is no reason to expect Dalton to struggle as a QB1 in fantasy football this season. If you target him in the 8th round, you will get him and add him to a strong group of running backs and receivers on your roster.

Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys: ADP is currently 133

Tony Romo certainly could be considered a risky fantasy starter this year with his age (36) and recent injury history. However, Romo was a top-12 fantasy performer in four straight years from 2011 to 2014, has the best offensive line in football to protect him and a beast at receiver in Dez Bryant. With his current lofty ADP, you can look to land him in rounds 9 or 10 and reap the rewards of a potential top-12 fantasy quarterback found in the mid rounds of your draft.

Tyrod Taylor, Buffalo Bills: ADP is currently 142

Taylor finished as the 17th best fantasy quarterback last year despite missing two games. There is a real chance that if he played those other two games, he could have climbed into the top-ten. He is a threat to rack up rushing yards and touchdowns and also did better than expected in the passing attack. He did slow down over the second half of the season last year but he is capable of a top-ten fantasy season with his ability to score touchdowns with his legs. You can pick him up in the 9th or 10th rounds of your fantasy draft and he is not a bad option to plug in as a fantasy starter.

Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs: ADP is currently 201

Alex Smith is not likely to be your fantasy starter but he is one hell of a backup fantasy quarterback to target due to his poor ADP. In fact, I think Smith is starting to be very undervalued in fantasy drafts and owners are slow on the uptake in realizing that Smith is now a confident, competent passer who can also make plays with his legs. He has a couple of good weapons to throw the ball now to and he did finish as the 16th best fantasy quarterback last year. You can pick him up in the 14th round of your draft and he becomes a solid second option for your roster and terrific value when you consider that you landed him towards the back of your fantasy draft. No matter who my first quarterback is there is a very strong chance that I target Smith as my second quarterback with his consistency.

While I chose five players to showcase here, there are multiple options in the mid rounds that are more appealing value than the great quarterbacks value is early on in drafts. Unless you start 2 quarterbacks in your league or have a FLEX option with quarterbacks included, the value will have to be terrific to take a quarterback earlier than round seven this year. Secure good depth at RB and WR with possibly a starting tight end thrown in and your squad will be deadly.

Chris Smith owner, Pro Football Daily http://www.pfdaily.com owner@pfdaily.com