2012 Fantasy Football: The Case for a QB in Round One

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Are you already thinking about your fantasy football draft for 2012?  Well I am, and I am more convinced then ever that if I don't have a top pick in the first round then I am going to snag a solid QB in the first round. People who have attended sports management colleges know how important it is to have a solid QB early on in the season.
There are two huddles of QB scoring to consider; the first huddle include (Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Cam Newton, Tom Brady and Matthew Stafford).  The second huddle includes QB's such as (Eli Manning, Tony Romo, Matt Ryan, Michael Vick, and Phillip Rivers).

The difference in scoring from the first huddle and the second huddle are significant enough to be a season difference maker.

I have always advocated for selecting your QB in the fifth round and if you aren't getting a QB from the first huddle then you might as well wait until the fifth round.

I am personally targeting Aaron Rodgers, but if I don't get Aaron Rodgers in the first round I am still going for a QB in the first round.  Last year if I didn't get Aaron Rodgers and I waited until the fifth round for a QB and it bit me a little.  Although I either had Aaron Rodgers or Eli Manning if I waited until round five.  I have Eli Manning being the top QB of the second huddle as a side note.

Going into 2012 it is strongly recommend you make sure your team includes a QB from the first huddle.

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