Supply is plentiful in this year's fantasy football quarterback class.
Basic economic principles will tell you that when supply increases, the price of a commodity is likely to decrease.
The same principles apply in fantasy football.
With so many high-quality QBs in the NFL and rule changes that heavily favor the offensive side of the ball, you can afford to wait a long time to draft your team's starter as opposed to spending an early pick on someone like Drew Brees or Peyton Manning.
So if we wait to grab a mid- to late-round QB, who should we target?
We'll look at five signal-callers with low average draft positions (ADP) and high upside.