Karabell's fantasy summit diary: Is Burrow a QB1?

No. 1 overall pick Joe Burrow brings a whole new dimension to the Bengals passing game. Todd Kirkland/Icon Sportswire

The worldwide coronavirus pandemic certainly interfered with the production of the annual NFL draft, but the three-day show went on as always, albeit in adjusted and perhaps more intimate form. Myriad players found new teams -- some quite surprising -- and fantasy managers everywhere, desperate for a live, full season sans delay and interruption this fall, dreamed of how their own teams would reap the benefits.

The ESPN Fantasy crew annually assembles in the days after the draft to not only discuss the newest members of the NFL but the overall and positional rankings. This year, however, instead of congregating in person with the bucolic Bristol, Connecticut, hills in our landscape, we laughed and smiled from distance in our living rooms in the new virtual reality that has become everyone's norm.