4 under-the-radar QBs you can win a fantasy football championship with

In a season full of major injuries at the quarterback position and big names having numbers down from what most expected, this could be the year that a fantasy championship can be won with a QB outside the top 20 overall rankings.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Jake Browning (6) reacts to a false start penalty on the offense
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Jake Browning (6) reacts to a false start penalty on the offense / Corey Perrine/Florida Times-Union / USA
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Joshua Dobbs, Minnesota Vikings
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Joshua Dobbs, Minnesota Vikings

Joshua Dobbs was having a storybook couple of weeks after being traded to the Vikings before back-to-back losses to the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears. But he just had his bye week, giving him more time to rest and get familiar with his surroundings.

This team is going to have to throw the ball around and have Dobbs make plays with his athleticism if it is going to go anywhere, so expect head coach Kevin O'Connell to get even more aggressive and open things up down the stretch.

The Vikings do have some great weapons for Dobbs to get the ball to and as soon as Justin Jefferson gets back on the field, the offense is only going to become even more explosive.

This is going to be an interesting final five games for the Vikings this season but they may be looking for a long-term option outside of Cousins. It's Dobbs' time to shine.