Lions QB Jared Goff is currently coming off the board on Underdog fantasy as the overall QB17, seven spots lower than his 2022 QB10 finish in total fantasy points. Despite the Lions boasting one of the league’s top offensive lines, multiple explosive additions to Goff’s arsenal, and the team being on a strong upswing heading into 2023, his price remains remarkably low – and more importantly, affordable.
Even during a rough start to the fantasy season, Goff was able to put up two Top-10 finishes at the QB position, including one overall QB1 weekly finish in week 4 against Seattle. But halfway through the season, the Lions as a team found their footing and Goff became one of the most reliable quarterbacks in fantasy. From Week 12 on, Goff was the QB6 in fantasy points per game, ahead of Trevor Lawrence, Joe Burrow, and Justin Herbert in that span.
That hot streak featured Goff racking up a pristine 14:0 TD:INT ratio, while also tying with Josh Allen for the second most touchdowns thrown with 14. Goff also attempted the fourth-most passes in the league in that span, as well. With the Lions offense only getting better this offseason and the former first overall pick playing his best football since his days with the Rams, Goff looks the part of a screaming value in fantasy drafts in 2023.