With FFPC best ball drafts well under way, Zachary Krueger takes a look at the FFPC Exposures and ADP tool to identify a few players who could be getting drafted at bargain prices and those we should avoid until later.
With FFPC best ball lobbies having been open for a little over two weeks, it’s the perfect time to map out some plans for the 2021 season. To do this, I went over to the FFPC Exposures and ADP tool to get a sense of player values as they stand right now.
For those who don’t know, or are new to RotoViz, the FFPC Exposures and ADP tool is not only an excellent way to gauge the public’s perception on player value, but also a way to manage your player portfolio. The tool allows you to search your FFPC username, which will then show you every player you have exposure to, and how much exposure you have to that player. I strongly encourage you to check it out.
Quarterback – Riser
Jalen Hurts, PHI – (122.5 ADP, QB18)
The quarterback position is changing and now is the time to exploit it. Dave Caban mentioned as much in a recent article that I would strongly encourage you to read, especially if you have any doubts on how rushing upside leads to fantasy points.
I recently called Jalen Hurts the next Konami Code QB we should be looking to draft, in part because of how drafters have been hesitant to chase “non-traditional” QBs early. As expected, Hurts is currently flying under the radar in FFPC best ball drafts. Some of this could be due to his underwhelming numbers as a passer. Hurts completed only 52% of his passes as a rookie, throwing six touchdowns and three interceptions. But he also rushed for 357 yards and three touchdowns, displaying the rushing upside fantasy managers hoped to secure when he was named the starter in Week 14.
From Weeks 14-16, Hurts posted 88.2 PPR (QB3) and was the QB2 in rushing expected points (19.2).