You're having a great fantasy season, you drafted well at every position and have started the season with a bang. One Sunday while watching football, you are rooting on one of your fantasy players and then suddenly the player goes down with an injury. You are hoping it isn't serious, or your fantasy team is in jeopardy. Even worse, the injury is to your starting quarterback—and it turns out he is out for the season.
This nightmare scenario seems to occur almost every season, with a top quarterback missing significant time if not the whole season to injury. It happened to owners of Tom Brady in 2008 and just last year to Tony Romo owners. It pays off to have drafted a quality backup quarterback well in the draft or to have found a gem in the waiver wire.
The following slides contain quarterbacks who are primarily backup quarterbacks unless you're in a really deep league. These quarterbacks can carry you through an injury to your top quarterback and lead you to victory.