At this time of year, we should be stocking our dynasty benches with long-term upside plays if we are out of the playoff hunt, and even if we are in the playoffs, it’s time to cut your depth to a lean and mean level and still maximize your bench spots for future growth. For the next four weeks, we’ll look at each position and sort out end of season dynasty stashes and players to monitor next offseason into Snorkel, Scuba, and Submarine levels of league depth. First up, quarterback, which is becoming more important to thoroughly evaluate with the rise of 2QB/Superflex leagues.
Teddy Bridgewater, NO/??? - Drew Brees could retire in the offseason, especially if the Saints win the Super Bowl, and even if Brees comes back, Bridgewater did enough this year to get signed to start somewhere in 2020, or if he chooses, take a high backup salary with options for starter pay in 2021 and beyond in New Orleans. He looked all the way back from his catastrophic knee injury and he’s only 27.
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