From my experience, there is no reason to draft a QB in the first rounds. I typically don't pick a QB until round 9 or 10 and even then my best QB's come from free agency. It's a deep position that I prefer to play week by week based on match-ups unless someone is really hot. Last year I won my league with starting someone different almost every week. Build up the more consistent positions first and then worry about QB's later.
The first pick of round four may be a little high for Gonzo considering his numbers were down last year, but I still might take it because he has great pre-season trade value. A lot of people gets nervous right after the draft because they don't have a strong TE (of course they don't, only two or three can at that position) and will trade more than he's worth. Maybe you could pick up a strong #2 RB if someone panics like this. I've seen it. I almost always draft Gonzo, but he's usually never in my week one starting line-up.
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