Tyrod Taylor (ADP 12.02)
Tyrod Taylor is currently being drafted in the 12th round of fantasy drafts which is a steal, in my opinion, being that he is one of the most undervalued players in all of fantasy football. Tyrod Taylor is a modest passer but where his value comes in as a runner. Taylor has over 1,100 rush yards and 10 rushing TDs in the last two seasons combined. One thing that could turn of some fantasy players too is the loss of Sammy Watkins, but even when Watkins missed time, Taylor still averaged 17 points per game, plus the Bills added WR Jordan Matthews to help Tyrod. If you find yourself without a QB late in your drafts, Tyrod Taylor is the perfect fit for you and your team.
Dak Prescott (10.06)
The theme for these two undervalued QBs is definitely QBs who can put in work with their feet. Dak finished as the QB6 last season, as a rookie. I think that Prescott is being undervalued in drafts this season because people are skeptical of a potential sophomore slump, which I do not see happening. With the loss of RB, Ezekiel Elliott, for the first six games, look for the Cowboys to rely on Dak and their passing game more, which is only good in terms of fantasy production. Dak, like Tyrod Taylor, scored six rushing touchdowns last season, which adds even more value. Don’t expect Dak to endure a sophomore slump this season at all, look for similar production, or even more.
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