Fantasy Football Sleepers 2016: Best Quarterback Value Picks

In real-life football, quarterback is the most important position. In fantasy football, it's a position you can ignore well into the later rounds of your draft. While QB's do tend to put up bunches of points, the sheer depth of the position makes it easy to find value. In 2015, 11 quarterbacks threw for at least 30 touchdowns, while a ridiculous 40 QB's posted at least one Top-12 week during the season. Among the quarterbacks who finished 2015 Top-10 at the position in standard leagues, seven (!) were originally drafted outside of the Top 10 QB's. In other words, if you want to rack up running backs and wide receivers in the first half of your draft, there's still a great chance you'll be able to find QB1 production. With that in mind, you can click through the gallery for a closer look at sleeper QB's who are being drafted 15th or later at the position (per ADP) and are primed to provide big-time value. (Getty)