Fantasy Football Sleepers 2013: RBs That Will Out-Perform Their Draft Positions

June 18, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The key to winning fantasy football is getting good value for players during the draft, so make sure you make the right selections in the middle rounds.
While everyone can guess that players like Adrian Peterson, Arian Foster and Ray Rice will be elite players, it is more advantageous to grab guys a few rounds later or for less money in auctions that will still perform at a high level.
Last season, players like Doug Martin and Stevan Ridley provided a lot more value to those who were able to secure elite talent at other positions before grabbing the two youngsters.
With this in mind, look to grab these players in your upcoming fantasy drafts this summer.
Chris Ivory, New York Jets
Last season, Chris Ivory was hardly utilized but did a good job when he was on the field for the New Orleans Saints. He finished the year with 217 yards on 40 carries for an average of 5.4 yards per rush. This brought his career average to an impressive 5.1 yards per carry...

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