8. Screw It: It’s Fun to Have Legends on Your Team
We stand by our first 7 reasons to avoid these sure Hall of Famers but sometimes its best to ignore reason. Its simply enjoyable to wake up Sunday morning (or Thursday, Saturday or Monday morning) and know that your quarterback for fantasy is Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, or Aaron Rodgers. Let someone else take a chance on Ryan Tannehill taking the next step. Let someone else realize the players surrounding Cam Newton are holding him back. Draft Manning, Brady, or Rodgers, and worry about finding hidden gems in the other three fantasy offensive positions.