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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Jordan Love, Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love (10) throws a pass for a first down during the second / Mark Hoffman/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Jordan Love, Green Bay Packers

Heading into this season, Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love drew a lot of hate from the fantasy community and football fans in general. The resounding consensus seemed to be that he wasn't going to be a good option for the Pack at QB and that he was a major draft bust.

Wrong.

Love had a bumpy start to the season, but he has really turned things around in recent weeks and not only shown the Packers that they might have a future star, but fantasy football owners as well.

In his last three games, he has been nothing short of terrific. He has thrown for 857 yards, completed 68.5 percent of his passes and most importantly, has not thrown a single interception.

Take another look at that list of starters who have been hurt this season and then consider the players that have stepped into those spots. Love was not the QB1 for many fantasy owners this season, but for the rest of the year, I would rank Love above any of the quarterbacks that replaced those starters pretty easily.

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That means that you could easily be in a league where multiple owners have had to scramble just to find a guy to fill out their lineup while you have had Love, a guy who could be a league-winning quarterback for you quite easily.