2.) Josh Allen
At the end of the day, this season was not Josh Allen’s best season at all. Under former offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey, Allen looked lost at times during the season (especially in games where the Bills should have handled business against weaker teams).
However, he still managed to put himself at the top again when it comes to fantasy quarterbacks. Averaging over 40 points a game, he remains that dual-threat quarterback where he can win with his arm and his legs. He led the NFL in total touchdowns and quite frankly, was the reason why the Bills won some of their games.
Drafting a quarterback first overall is almost unheard of given how they can easily score at any time. However, fantasy owners know what they get with Allen and that is a player who is not afraid to take risks and is willing to fight for every single yard he can get.
Allen has been the best quarterback option in fantasy the last couple of seasons. If you have the chance to get him on your team with the first pick, it is certainly a decision that is not a bad one.