Two Quarterbacks going in the top 12 both have the potential to disappoint this season.
Andrew Luck- Indianapolis Colts
Luck had a really bad start to the season last year coming off yet another injury. He only averaged 16 points through the first 3 games and when you take a guy that early you have to rely on him.
Luck has been falling in ADP since the scare of the injury popped back up but he is still the QB 8 in the 8th round. If you are going to take a QB in single digit rounds why take a risk? What happens when Luck is not ready for week one? You have to draft 2 quarterbacks which will take up more coveted spots on your bench for wide receivers and running backs! Goff, Wilson, Roethlisberger, Prescott, and Stafford are all guys I am happy with and not much risk around any of them. They are all going in later rounds.
If you are going to spend up on a QB Luck is not one I would be willing to take the chance with at least as of today.
Kyler Murray- Arizona Cardinals
Murray was the number 1 overall pick in this draft and was highly touted coming out of college. He moves to an NFL team led by rookie coach Kliff Kingsbury. Kingsbury has brought the college air raid offensive system with him not unlike the system in which Murray came from. From there the good stops.
The offensive line in Arizona does not look to have improved the offensive line in the offseason and that could prove to be his biggest downfall. Murray has not impressed thus far in the preseason and will likely struggle to find consistency this season. Murray is going as QB12 in drafts currently with several more established veterans or players with more upside being drafted behind him. Murray’s ADP has simply risen to the point that he no longer has upside value.
Murray is one to avoid in all leagues except dynasty and 2 QB/ Superflex leagues.
Greggory Cline and Trevor Calvert Contributed to this Article.