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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Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals
Dec 3, 2023; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (1) passes / Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals

Because he missed so much time this year and he plays on one of the league's worst teams, it's been easy to overlook Kyler Murray this season. But if he is available anywhere in your league, he's a must-add.

Kyler still has a lot to prove to the Cardinals as a former No. 1 overall pick but the team may have a top five pick in the NFL Draft next spring and could definitely be looking to go in another direction. That could motivate Murray to turn it up as much as he can.

He also has a favorable playoff schedule. Though he does have to face the San Francisco 49ers in Week 15, he then gets the Bears and Philadelphia Eagles, two of the most giving defenses in fantasy this season.

Murray will be a better option than many of the guys who are now leading their teams because of injuries.