The 2014 NFL Draft takes place on Thursday and before it gets underway, and we find out the destinations of the top signal callers in the draft, I thought it would be a good idea to put together some redraft 2-QB fantasy football ADP.
During the month of April, five 2-QB redraft mock drafts were held, and the always helpful Étienne Groulx was able to gather the draft results and provide us with some 2-QB redraft ADP.
Now, before we get into it, as always, I want to remind you that the 2-QB ADP is based on a small sample size (five mocks), and there was some miscommunication on my part with drafters.
Some didn’t get the redraft memo, others didn’t know a D/ST and Kicker were required to be drafted, and I mishandled the inclusion of rookies in the first two mocks. But, it’s okay, because in the end, they’re just mock drafts. We use mocks as learning experiences and to hone our draft strategies.
The 2-QB redraft ADP is available for your downloading pleasure in this Excel Spreadsheet: 2014 Pre-NFL Draft 2-QB ADP. It has been broken down into two parts: overall ADP and positional ADP.
In total, 37 quarterbacks were drafted, including four rookies (Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles, Teddy Bridgewater, and Derek Carr). Below is the quarterback portion of the 2-QB redraft ADP:
|Robert Griffin III||33.6||QB9|
As you can see, the top of the quarterback ADP chart includes the usual ‘Big-three’ of Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, and Drew Brees. Each sporting a first round ADP. And there’s Andrew Luck crashing the first round 2-QB ADP party.
With more 2-QB mocks and real 2-QB drafts taking place, and the 2014 NFL Draft finally happening, which will give us some clarity on the landing spots of college quarterback prospects, this 2-QB ADP will surely change. It always does.
I’ll be going over the ADP in more detail later on here on XN Sports, but for now, I just wanted the data out there so we can compare and contrast pre and post-2014 NFL Draft ADP data for 2-QB fantasy football leagues.