As proponents of the 2QB and Superflex formats in fantasy football, we know how difficult it can be to find a set of Average Draft Position (ADP) specific to 2QB and Superflex leagues. We hope to buck that trend and provide the 2QB community with ADP they can use and trust.
We’ve already begun the process for the 2016 fantasy season. Below you can find redraft 2QB ADP* data completed for the month of May. As well, we are also to proud to present dynasty ADP special to this site provided by Drew Dodson. Please follow Drew on Twitter @DrewDodsonNFL to thank him for putting the dynasty 2QB drafts together that form the basis of the 2QB dynasty ADP.
Every 2QB and Superflex league is different so you shouldn’t automatically assume one set of ADP data will be tailor-made for your league. ADP is just one of many tools you can use to help you prepare for your draft. Use our ADP data and combine it with our 2QB rankings to help paint part of the picture. However, don’t rely solely on the work of others when it comes to drafting your team. You’ll know better than anyone the draft tendencies of your league mates. Use that, in conjunction with ADP and rankings, to your advantage when formulating a draft strategy that will help you win your league.
Also, don’t forget that practice makes perfect. If you would like to put your 2QB mock drafting skills to the test we are constantly running mock drafts all summer long. Hit us up on Twitter @TwoQBs if you would like to participate.
*The lineups used in our redraft ADP were 2QB/2RB/3WR/1TE. The scoring was 0.5 PPR as well as 4 points for passing touchdowns. They were 10-team drafts.