As Fantasy Football season draws closer, it's time to take a look at some of the positions and do some analysis. In the article series so far, I've gone over running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends. Some of the players are severely underrated, while others are overrated. In my last article, I analyzed four of the most underrated fantasy football quarterbacks. In this article, I'm going to take a look at four of the most overrated fantasy football quarterbacks.

1. Derek Carr.

Last year, Derek Carr was one of my favorite players. He was cheap in fantasy drafts and primed for a big step up in 2016.

He made that huge step and ended up as the 9th highest scoring quarterback in fantasy, a huge return on investment for those who took the tiny risk on him. This year, that's all changed. Carr is being drafted as QB6, and in my opinion, that's way too high for the Raiders star. A huge portion of his scoring relies on volume and Oakland's refusal to run the ball. Now that Marshawn Lynch is playing for the Raiders, Carr will get less opportunities. Avoid drafting Carr early in fantasy leagues this season.

2. Andrew Luck.

I hated where Andrew Luck was being drafted last season, and I still think fantasy owners are paying way too high a price for inconsistent production. Luck has struggled with injuries in each of the past two seasons, and even when he is playing, his production is very much hit or miss.

There were three games where Luck scored 25+ fantasy points, but there were also nine games where he scored 20 or less. That's just not worth the 50th overall pick in the draft to me. Instead, draft a quarterback late and take a solid wide receiver, running back, or tight end instead.

3. Ryan Tannehill.

Why is this guy still getting any attention?

He was supposed to "breakout" in the past two years, but so far all he has been is a disappointment. He finished the 2016 season as the 28th best quarterback in the league and didn't show any signs of improvement from the year prior. The emergence of Jay Ajayi doesn't help either, as Tannehill will now be left throwing the ball even less.

Completely avoid the Dolphins quarterback in fantasy football this year.

4. Matthew Stafford.

Without Megatron, things just aren't the same in Detroit. Stafford still finished his 2016 fantasy season as the 7th highest scoring quarterback in fantasy, but he didn't miss any games with injuries. Stafford benefited from an extremely weak schedule that included the terrible Packers defense, the awful Saints secondary, the awful Colts secondary, and the terrible Rams. This season, Stafford will only enjoy the luxury of playing against Green Bay's awful defense. Don't expect another Top 10 performance from the Detroit Lions quarterback.