As the summer heats up, Yahoo's resident Noisemaker will offer his hot takes on specific players, trends and strategies much discussed in Fantasyland. Naturally, whatever he forecasts, the opposite is bound to occur. Feel free to offer your two cents in the comments section below.
The Buzz: Most within the "expert" community continue to suggest waiting on a quarterback is the only way to approach the position. As a result, Andrew Luck, despite averaging 27.5 points per game last season in standard formats, an output that bested No. 2 Aaron Rodgers by a full two points per game, sports a consensus No. 21 overall rank according to Fantasy Pros. Hey, it's hard to teach old dogs new tricks. The groupthink perspective on QBs, however, is not only antiquated, it's downright incognizant. What a bunch of neckbeard haters.
Why Luck deserves to be in the No. 1 overall conversation:
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