Last week I went into a lot of detail about 2 QB leagues and the strategies that can be implemented. I had lots of requests for ADP of 2 QB Mock Drafts, so I asked friends of the site @2QBFFB and @curacaobleu for their assistance. Now, these ADP numbers are based off of only 20 mock drafts, so although the sample is small, it will give us a pretty solid idea about what to expect in 2QB drafts.
Here is what the 1st 2 rounds looked like:
In the first 24 picks 11 QBs went. A stark difference from a 1 QB league. I actually would have believed that even more QBs would of gone early. The same amount of RBs went in the first 2 rounds.
Rounds 3 and 4:
Surprisingly, in the next 2 rounds only 2 more QBs went, so 4 rounds only 13 QBs have been taken. Based on what we are seeing with this data, you should be taking 2 stud QBs in the first 2 rounds (Cam and Luck were matched up for an example) and still find good values at RB/WR in the 3rd and 4th round. Remember that the QBs are going to give you the biggest advantageous in this set up.
At the end of the 7th round, almost every team has 2 QBs. Of course if you went early enough on your QBs you won’t be scrambling to find a QB late, even though Carson Palmer as the 23rd QB taken is better than most people think.
OK, I finished with the EJ Manuel pick just to show that 31 QBs had been taken a couple picks into the 10th round. I would have no problem targeting Matt Schaub or Alex Smith as my #3 QB at their current ADP.
You now have a pretty good idea about what you can expect in a 2 QB league draft. Like I have stated before I plan on taking 2 QBs early and filling out the rest of roster with guys that fall to me, while others will be scrambling to fill their QB spots.
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