2-QB Fantasy Football ADP

As awesome as MyFantasyLeague.com is for all our Average Depth Position (ADP) needs, we’re pretty much out of luck when it comes to finding ADP data for 2-QB fantasy football leagues.

If you’re drafting in a 2-QB fantasy football league and use the MyFantasyLeague ADP it’s not going to be the most accurate data, as, for the most part, the MyFantasyLeauge ADP is tailored to 1-QB leagues. That’s understandable though, because most fantasy football leagues only require one starting quarterback. Not everybody plays in only 1-QB fantasy football leagues though.

There are a number of different types of fantasy football leagues, be it 2-TE 1.5 PPR leagues, or 2-QB leagues. You can pretty much create a fantasy league to meet any of your scoring league/starting roster whims. Want to start an ALL-22 league, where you start two players at each position, with only two bench spots? Then go for it.

Before I get too off track, it’s time to focus on the real purpose of this article, which is to tell you, my fellow 2-QB fantasy football fanatics, that, thanks in large part to Etienne Grouix, also known as @curacaobleu on Twitter, we finally have some 2-QB ADP data to look over.

Before I release the Kraken, or, the 2-QB fantasy football ADP, I wanted to fill you in on the details. First thing, this 2-QB fantasy football ADP, is based on only five 2-QB mock drafts. Secondly, if it weren’t for the awesome Micah James, @FFMagicman on Twitter, who has kindly taken the time to host 2-QB mock drafts, through MyFantasyLeague, we wouldn’t have this 2-QB fantasy football ADP data to go over.

Up to this point, there have been eight 2-QB mock drafts held, but when Etienne hooked me up with the 2-QB ADP, only five of the drafts had been completed. I didn’t want to look at ADP data from incomplete mock drafts, so I asked him for ADP data from the five completed mocks, which he gladly provided.

Some things of note with these five 2-QB mock drafts: the mock drafts have all had different scoring formats/rules. Some have been 12-team leagues, some have been 10-team leagues, some are 4 points/passing touchdown, some are 6 points/passing touchdown. The first 2-QB mock began on March 31st, and the 5th 2-QB mock ended on April 27th.

With those details out of the way, I can now present you with the ADP data Etienne put together, strictly for 2-QB fantasy football leagues.

Below you’ll find a downloadable spreadsheet, with two pages. One page has the overall 2-QB ADP, and the other shows the ADP for each particular position.

First Five @FFMagicman 2-QB Mock Drafts ADP

Enjoy looking over the data, but keep in mind, that it’s only based on five 2-QB mocks. A very small sample size. Look for a follow-up post from me analyzing the data. I just wanted to get it out there for now.

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4 Responses to 2-QB Fantasy Football ADP

  1. Cody K

    I play in an 8-team QB/OP league. (Essentially 2-QB. Only twice has someone started a non-QB in the OP slot.). Standard ESPN scoring. I would love to get involved with a real 2-QB mock draft. Next time you host one, I would be more than willing to participate.

  2. Thanks for the feedback, man. I wrote about leagues where QB can be used in the flex position here:

    http://lateroundqb.com/quarterback-flexibility-a-look-at-offensive-player-flex-leagues/

    It doesn’t make sense not to use a QB in the flex, when the option is there.

    Hook me up with a valid e-mail address and I’ll contact you the next time I do a live 2-QB mock draft.

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