Fantasy Football Sleepers 2013: Low-Profile Players Primed for Breakout Seasons

September 3, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Since its inception, fantasy football has progressively become one of the most popular aspects of the NFL. Countless fans across the world play, often creating more than one team and dedicating hours to crafting the perfect squad.
The key to building a fantasy football title contender, however, is, and always has been, finding the diamonds in the rough.
Every position has depth when it comes to players who could exceed expectations. With that being said, finding the true sleeper picks is a matter of evaluating an abundance of factors and not just the ability that each player possesses.
Fortunately, the breakout fantasy football players that you need to watch can be found below.
Jake Locker, Tennessee Titans
ADP: 170.0
Position: Quarterback
Experience: 3rd Season
2012 Season Statistics
11 GP; 2,176 YDS, 56.4 CMP%, 10 TD, 11 INT; 41 ATT, 291 YDS, 1 TD
More times than not, a quarterback who was select...

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