25 Yards Later: Zero QB in a Superflex Mock Draft?

Welcome to 25 Yards Later, Sports Obsessive’s fantasy football podcast! With the regular season quickly approaching, Nick and Allijah wanted to try their hands at a superflex mock draft, with, well, interesting results for one of our hosts. Superflex leagues give fantasy managers an additional flex slot that is quarterback eligible, and, along with other 2-QB formats, are quickly growing in popularity. The mock was a 12-team, 15-round superflex draft with 2 QBs, 2 WRs, and unlike our previous mock draft, it included defenses and kickers. You can see the results here.

So let’s just say this upfront, Allijah had a very interesting draft. I think the moral of the story is that neither of us would recommend a zero-QB strategy in a Superflex league. The QB pool is deep, but it isn’t that deep. He certainly ended up with a solid squad, but his QB options are scary.

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Written by Nick Luciano

Nick Luciano received a Master’s in Music Theory from the University of North Carolina Greensboro. He is a film editor at 25YL and cohosts the 25 Yards Later fantasy football podcast for SportsObsessive.

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