Fantasy Football 2010 Sleepers

July 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Sleepers : the overused but highly-touted term used in fantasy sports to refer to a player who “no one” is talking about that will greatly outperform their draft position. The exact definition varies depending on the expert in question, and many people complain about sleepers not being deep enough for their “unbelievably competitive 28-team league.” To those people I say good luck drafting Chansi Stuckey .
I’m not going to get into a discussion of what really constitutes a sleeper, I’m just going to give you the goods; guys poised for breakout seasons who can be had late in draft. Cashing in on one late-round pick can win you a championship (as owners of Ray Rice last year can surely attest to), so pay attention.
All players currently have an Average Draft Position of 114 or higher (roughly 10th round for 12-team leagues) according to MockDraftCentral.com .
  Chad Henne , QB, MIA (ADP: 126.77) – One of the big ...

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