For years Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has been a staple on fantasy football teams. He’s consistently in the range of 26-30 touchdown and 3,800-4,200 yardage. It’s not spectacular, it’s not bad, but it’s consistent. And consistency is exactly what fantasy football players look for when drafting their QB2.
However, since Roethlisberger played in just two games in 2020 due to a season-ending injury in Week 2, fantasy football managers are over-looking the veteran passer during their fantasy drafts. Sports Illustrated’s fantasy analyst Shawn Childs and AllSteelers editor Noah Strackbein discuss what fantasy players can expect out of Roethlisberger in 2020 and if his Average Draft Position of 189th overall is good value.