The quarterback position is the ultimate reminder that fantasy sports are just that: fantasy. In real life, front offices will always prioritize having an elite option at the most important position in American sports. Fantasy managers don’t (or shouldn’t) operate in the same way. Given the depth at QB, with more high-quality passers than at any other point in the game’s history, it can be advantageous to wait on a signal caller rather than reaching for one early.

But when to grab a QB? And who? That’s the question to ask yourself before drafts, where supply and demand makes running back, wide receiver, and tight end higher-priority adds in the first few rounds. Here are our profiles for the top 20 fantasy quarterbacks this year:

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