2QBXP Podcast – Macro & Micro Tiers of QB Rankings

2QBXP Podcast – Macro & Micro Tiers of QB Rankings

The 2QB Experience Podcast

2QBXP – Episode 110 – Macro & Micro Tiers of QB Rankings

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Hosted by Greg Smith (@gregsauce).

Programming Note: Going forward, the 2QB Experience podcast feed is being updated to include some non-football content. Greg explained the change at the beginning of Episode 109, but please stay subscribed because this episode and many more to come will still feature in-depth discussion of fantasy football.

On this quick-hit installment of the show, Greg throws his redraft quarterback rankings for 2019 into the Rotosauce pan and boils down large macro tiers of players into smaller micro tiers. From large-scale “Starters vs. Backups” distinctions to subtle differentiations between similarly-valued players in the “QB Middle Class,” this episode lays out Greg’s process for tiering signal callers. Where will your preferred quarterback targets land in the tiers below? Tune in and find out!

QB Tiers Outline
  • Starters/Presumed Starters
    • Roster-worthy
      • Difference Makers
      • QB Middle Class
        • Management
        • White Collar
        • Blue Collar
        • Interns
    • Undesirables
      • Optimistic Situation
      • Pessimistic Situation
  • Backups
A TwoQBs.com Production

Intro Music: Fire Whiskey – Speed Demons
Outro Music: Dead Remote – Three Words

Greg Smith

Greg Smith is an engineer, co-founder of TwoQBs.com, and enthusiast for the strategy and design of variance-based games.  When he started playing fantasy football in 2001, his home league's small number of teams necessitated starting two quarterbacks.  That necessity has since grown into obsession, making Greg one of the preeminent champions of 2QB and Superflex formats.


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