NFL Fantasy 2013: Top 5 Quarterbacks Set for a Decline in Production Next Season

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NFL Fantasy 2013: Top 5 Quarterbacks Set for a Decline in Production Next Season
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How much will the Colts' improved defense and running game hurt the 2013 fantasy prospects of Andrew Luck?

While running backs and wide receivers seem to hog most of the attention, having a good starting quarterback can make a good fantasy team dominant.

Conversely, drafting a quarterback too early can derail a team. Recognizing the fantasy land mines among quarterbacks this year could be all the difference for some owners, whether they're trying to win bragging rights or hundreds of thousands of dollars in national contests.

This article will look at five fantasy quarterbacks (along with a few honorable mentions) to avoid this year because of a decrease in production from 2012. It should be noted that these quarterbacks should not be labeled as “busts” for 2013—many of them will have good seasons.

However, in fantasy football, it’s all about value. And the following players will not be able to produce enough to justify where owners will have to take them in 2013 drafts.

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