This article is part of our Football Draft Kit series.
Most experienced fantasy managers go into drafts with some type of cheat sheet, but let's face it, even with your order of players listed in advance, we all question similarly ranked players when we're on the clock. The goal of this series is to lay out the upside and downside of players who have similar ADPs. We'll compare players at the same position because that's what fantasy managers typically do when they're targeting a specific pick.
In this battle, we'll look at the three QBs typically drafted between picks 57 and 65 in leagues that start a single QB. This is a great spot to target this position, especially for fantasy managers who prefer not to use a premium pick on Patrick Mahomes or wait until after roughly the 80th pick to address the position.
Upside: For more than half of last season, Kyler Murray was an elite performer, rushing for 10 touchdowns through Week 10, and he seemed well on his way to challenging for the crown of top-scoring QB before a shoulder injury limited him as a runner and passer the rest of the way. If he stays healthy this season, he could post massive rushing numbers, and the addition of A.J. Green and Rondale Moore to the WR corps could provide the team the ability to run the four-receiver sets it prefers, as personnel in past years has forced it to back off from that plan. At the breakneck speed the Cardinals run plays, along