Buy, Sell, Wait: QBs – Aaron Kagan

Tom Brady. Photo by Keith Allison (CC by SA 4.0)

by Aaron Kagan


Tom Brady

Truly coming back to normal form, Tom Brady showed his true greatness just as some people were doubting him. While interceptions could be a problem, his prolific passing is mostly unhindered. He is a quarterback to go all-in on for the rest of the season.

Deshaun Watson

Playing an incredible Sunday night game and coming out with a win is just the beginning for the return of this young quarterback this season. His true grit for football was on display in an extremely physical contest between these two rivals. Numbers are one thing, but it is this football grit that will make him a Hall of Fame candidate one day. This is a quarterback to go all-in on for the rest of the season.


Alex Smith

A horrid display on Monday night will not hurt his job security, but it certainly will not help it. The performance was unexpected, being that the Washington Redskins were coming off of their bye week 4. The rust was apparently still obvious. Next week is a new week, and we will see the rebound capabilities of Alex Smith.

Sam Darnold

Looking great at the start of the season is one thing, but now the true test of playing in the NFL is starting to take effect. Sam Darnold‘s perseverance is and will be tested, and how he comes out of it will be a telling sign of his future possibilities.


Josh Allen

Having offensive struggles on all sides of the offensive line will certainly not be beneficial to a rookie quarterback. This is in addition to not having a complement of offensive weapons to utilize. The quarterback himself is not a bad football player; the situation with the offense doesn’t appear to be getting any better as the season goes on, and this is the reason to look to get rid of him from your lineup this season.

Dak Prescott

Even though he was coming off his best game of the season, he had a terrible showing on Sunday night. Again, though Dak Prescott may not be a horrible football player, not having a compliment of offensive weapons will make him appear as such. It is for this reason that it is recommended to rid your lineups of this player for the remainder of the season.

Week 6 Starts/Sits


Deshaun Watson v. Buffalo Bills
Russell Wilson @ Oakland Raiders
Matt Ryan v. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Aaron Rodgers v. Sam Francisco 49ers


Josh Rosen @ Minnesota Vikings
Eli Manning v. Philadelphia Eagles
Alex Smith v. Carolina Panthers
Case Keenum v. Los Angeles Rams

*All stats provided by StatRoute, your #1 site for fantasy stats research.


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