Fantasy Football: 2010’s Deep Sleeper Running Backs

August 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

You never know when a running back will go down or lose his spot because of fumbling issues. These are not guys for your fantasy roster, rather for your memory vault in case you need them.
LaRod Stephens-Howling, Arizona Cardinals
The second-year back out of Pitt caught three passes in the shootout playoff win over Green Bay. He’s buried in the Cardinals depth chart behind Beanie Wells and Tim Hightower, but could see an increased workload, especially in the passing game.
Jalen Parmele, Baltimore Ravens
If Ray Rice or Willis McGahee were to go down, Parmele could step in. He has the size (5’11, 220 lbs) and speed to take over as either the lead back or the goal line guy.
Bernard Scott, Cincinnati Bengals
Scott isn’t quiet as deep a sleeper after combining for 206 yards in Week 11 & 12 last year. If Be...

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