2010 Fantasy Football Sleeper Spotlight: Early Doucet

July 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A typical fantasy football league consists of 12 teams, nine starters (QB, two RBs, three WRs, TE, K, D), and anywhere from five to seven bench players. If you go with the latter bench allotment, you’re looking at 16 roster spots or 192 draft picks. By that definition, any sleeper should have an average draft position about 180 or lower.
Arizona Cardinals WR Early Doucet sports an ADP of 263 according to Mock Draft Central . That would make him the 11th pick of the 21st round and somewhere around the 85th WR taken. In other words, that would make him a WR7 in 12-team leagues, or most likely not on a roster.
I feel he has the upside to warrant taking a chance on him much earlier in fantasy drafts. For starters, he showed big play potential in last year’s playoffs, combining for 14 catches for 145 yards and 2 TDs in the Cardinals’ win over Green Bay and loss to the Saints.
Not only that, but Anquan Boldin has move...

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