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Ranked as the #7 quarterback, Jalen Hurts is a solid QB1, but you might have to draft him uncomfortably high for a QB if you want him on your team. Hurts is expected to earn 37% of his projected 343 fantasy points by rushing. That represents a significant rushing floor that makes it a little easier to feel confident starting him week-over-week. Projected for 13.3 interceptions compared to 24.6 passing TDs, he isn't not likely to melt down often.

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At QB8, Tom Brady is a strong starger, but comes at a significant cost at his ADP of 91. Brady is expected to earn 5% of his projected 326 fantasy points by rushing. Running the bal lisn't how he makes his living. With a projected toughdown-to-interception ratio of 2.7, Brady isn't not likely to melt down often.

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Sam Howell is not the starting QB for Washington. You can safely ignore him in most fantasy dafts. Howell is expected to earn 10% of his projected 3 fantasy points by rushing. While that's a nice bonus, it's not a major source of his fantasy value. Projected for 0.2 interceptions compared to 0.3 passing TDs, he carries more interception risk than is comfortable.

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Ranked as the #9 QB, Dak Prescott is a reasonable choice for a late-round quarterback strategy. Prescott is expected to earn 11% of his projected 325 fantasy points by rushing. While running is in his wheelhouse, it's not a huge part of his gameplan. Projected for a 2.6 touchdown-to-interception ratio, he isn't not likely to melt down often.

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Andy Dalton is not the starting QB in New Orleans. Without a starting job, he's not really worth drafting.Dalton is expected to earn 13% of his projected 19 fantasy points by rushing. While not insignificant, it's not a major source of his fantasy value. Projected for a 1.4 touchdown-to-interception ratio, Dalton comes with some significant interception risk each week.

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As our #1 QB, Josh Allen might actually be worth the early draft pick he'll require. Allen is projected to earn 108.6 of his 398 fantasy points by rushing. That's a substantial portion of his fantasy value, and could give him a more stable floor than similarly-ranked QBs. With a projection of 15.8 interceptions compared to 34.8 passing touchdowns, he isn't not likely to melt down often.

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Ranked as QB2, Justin Herbert can be a rare difference-maker at the position. Herbert is projected to earn 47.5 of his 351 fantasy points by rushing. While it isn't nothing, it's not a huge part of his gameplan. Projected for a 2.4 touchdown-to-interception ratio, Herbert doesn't carry much interception risk.

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As our consensus #3 QB, Patrick Mahomes II is a solid starter, but comes at a significant cost at his ADP of 27. Mahomes is expected to earn 15% of his projected 363 fantasy points by rushing. While not insignificant, it isn't a major focus of his gameplan. With a projected toughdown-to-interception ratio of 2.7, Mahomes doesn't carry much interception risk.

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Ranked as the #4 quarterback, Lamar Jackson is a solid QB1, but you might have to draft him uncomfortably high for a QB if you want him on your team. Jackson is expected to earn 35% of his projected 341 fantasy points by rushing. That's a substantial portion of his fantasy value, and could give him a more stable floor than similarly-ranked QBs. With a projected toughdown-to-interception ratio of 1.7, Jackson comes with some significant interceptino risk.

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At QB5, Kyler Murray is a strong starger, but won't come particularly cheap with an ADP in the 5th round. Murray is expected to earn 23% of his projected 327 fantasy points by rushing. That's a substantial portion of his fantasy value, and could give him a more stable floor than similarly-ranked QBs. Projected for 14.0 interceptions compared to 26.3 passing TDs, Murray isn't not likely to melt down often.

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At QB6, Joe Burrow is a strong starger, but won't come particularly cheap with an ADP in the 5th round. Burrow is projected to earn 30.5 of his 308 fantasy points by rushing. While that's a nice bonus, it's not a major source of his fantasy value. Projected for a 2.2 touchdown-to-interception ratio, Burrow isn't not likely to melt down often.

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As our consensus #10 QB, Russell Wilson is a fine quarterback if you want to save your early draft picks for other positions. Wilson is expected to earn 14% of his projected 312 fantasy points by rushing. While it isn't nothing, it's not a huge part of his gameplan. Projected for a 3.0 touchdown-to-interception ratio, he doesn't carry much interception risk.

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As the QB11, Matthew Stafford is a fine quarterback if you want to save your early draft picks for other positions. Stafford is projected to earn 18.8 of his 312 fantasy points by rushing. With a projected toughdown-to-interception ratio of 2.0, Stafford isn't not likely to melt down often.

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Ranked as the #13 QB, Deshaun Watson is one of several players with a chance at finishing as a top-12 QB. Watson is projected to earn 74.6 of his 270 fantasy points by rushing. That represents a significant rushing floor that makes it a little easier to feel confident starting him week-over-week. Projected for a 2.0 touchdown-to-interception ratio, Watson isn't not likely to melt down often.

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As the QB12, Aaron Rodgers is a fine quarterback if you want to save your early draft picks for other positions. Rodgers is projected to earn 25.0 of his 321 fantasy points by rushing. With a projection of 8.0 interceptions compared to 34.4 passing touchdowns, Rodgers doesn't carry much interception risk.

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Ranked as the #14 QB, Trey Lance is a fine quarterback if you want to save your early draft picks for other positions. Lance is projected to earn 74.1 of his 300 fantasy points by rushing. That level of involvement in the 49ers' running game adds significant fantasy value. With a projected toughdown-to-interception ratio of 1.6, Lance comes with some significant interceptino risk.

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As our consensus #15 QB, Derek Carr is a reasonable choice for a late-round quarterback strategy. Carr is projected to earn 16.6 of his 281 fantasy points by rushing. He's a more traditional passing QB. With a projected toughdown-to-interception ratio of 1.8, Carr carries more interception risk than is comfortable.

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As our consensus #16 QB, Kirk Cousins is one of several players with a chance at finishing as a top-12 QB. Cousins is expected to earn 6% of his projected 288 fantasy points by rushing. It's not really how he makes his living. With a projection of 10.9 interceptions compared to 30.1 passing touchdowns, Cousins isn't not likely to melt down often.

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Justin Fields is the consensus #18 QB, and as such isn't worth drafting in 1QB leagues. That rank makes him a fantasy starter in 2QB leagues, even if he's not an exciting one.Fields is projected to earn 70.5 of his 263 fantasy points by rushing. That level of involvement in the Bears' running game adds significant fantasy value. Projected for 18.2 interceptions compared to 19.9 passing TDs, he is not the safest QB to run out each week.

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As our consensus #17 QB, Tua Tagovailoa isn't really relevant in 1QB leagues. That rank makes him a fantasy starter in 2QB leagues, even if he's not an exciting one.Tagovailoa is projected to earn 39.5 of his 285 fantasy points by rushing. While running is in his wheelhouse, it isn't a major focus of his gameplan. With a projection of 15.3 interceptions compared to 26.0 passing touchdowns, he has the ability to ruin a fantasy week with multiple picks in a game.

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