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📽️ Fantasy Football Sleepers: The Top 5 Under-The-Radar QBs for 2021

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Fantasy Football Sleeper Top 5 QBs Tua Tagovailoa

Our Awesemo NFL fantasy expert Dave “Loughy” Loughran has gone through some of his fantasy football rankings for 2021 already with his Top 5 Rookie QBs, Top 5 Rookie WRs and Top 5 Rookie RBs to draft this season. Now, Loughy is back for more fantasy football content. This time, he’s giving you his Top 5 Fantasy Football Sleeper QBs for the upcoming season. These are the quarterbacks you should be targeting for a bit more research and checking out their potential to help win your league. Loughy will break down these players, their potential upside and how they’ll be fitting into their current teams, as well as where you should be drafting them in your ESPN, CBS, Yahoo, Best Ball and dynasty leagues this year.

One of the most polarizing QBs from 2020 is, yet again, likely to be one of the biggest topics of the sleeper discussion in 2021. Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will finally be handed the starting role and with his talent and upside is inside Dave’s Top 5 sleepers. So, who are the other four fellas to crack this list? Let Loughy break it all down for you.

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Fantasy Football Sleepers: Top 5 Sleeper QBs

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Check out this excerpt from Matt Gajewski’s 2021 Rookie Dynasty Rankings

1. Ja’Marr Chase — Cincinnati Bengals

Letting A.J. Green walk this offseason, the Bengals reunited Joe Burrow with Chase with the fifth overall pick. Cincinnati’s 60.5% pass rate ranked 13th last season in a year where Burrow suffered a season-ending injury. Tyler Boyd and Tee Higgins accounted for 110 and 108 targets, respectively, last season, but this offense looks capable of taking an explosive leap similar to Dallas last year. While Chase should immediately slide into a starting role, he will compete with more talent than other rookies in this year’s class. Still, Chase’s dominant collegiate profile keeps him at the top of dynasty rankings.

2. Najee Harris — Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers vacated 169 carries and 43 targets from 2020 by letting James Conner go. Standing 6-foot-2, 230 pounds, Harris functioned as a workhorse at Alabama, with 1,446 yards rushing and 26 touchdowns as a senior. He also contributed 43 receptions for another 425 yards in 2020. Harris should slide into a feature-back role immediately for Pittsburgh, giving the best shot to finish as an RB1 for the 2021 fantasy season. Long-term, Harris is a 23-year-old rookie behind one of the league’s worst offensive lines with a 39-year old Ben Roethlisberger at quarterback.

See who rounds out the rest of Matt’s Top-20 rankings.


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