For the sake of argument, let's assume that a backup QB means a less skilled QB in running the offense and in throwing the ball.
How does that change the values for RB's and TE's? I'd assume that there would be a greater percentage of running plays and dumping it off to the TE, but will the less successful drives more than compensate for this and lower their values? Any thoughts?
I usually like the #3 WR when a backup QB comes in. He is usually on the same page as the backup WRs.
A backup can either run the offense or he cant. If he cant, then usually no one on the team is worth much. If he cant, values dont change too much unless he is a different style of QB...say a hasselback vs Seneca Wallace
Oh, people can come up with statistics to prove anything, Kent. Fourty percent of people know that.