Russell Wilson QB Seahawks
Russell Wilson reminds me of a young Vick, very dynamic offensive playmaker. He tore it up in the preseason against backups, let's see how he does in a real game.
Jake Locker QB Titans
Locker will have plenty of "bad" games by NFL standards, but he'll tear it up compared to his ADP. Be cause he liked to run, his feet will net you plenty of fantasy point.
Christian Ponder RB Vikings
Like Locker and Wilson, Ponder owes a good portion of his sleeper status to rushing value. The "most stable" QB sleeper on the list.
Cedric Benson RB Packers
The biggest "proven" RB talent the Packers have had in a while. About 1,100 yards and 8 to 10 touchdowns isn't out of the question.
Jacquizz Rodgers RB Falcons
Turner is supposedly going to see a much reduced role, I'll believe it when I see it. If you're in a PPR league he is worth a strong look after you have your primary QB/WR/RB/TE slots filled.
Kendall Hunter RB 49ers
He is the must handcuff to Gore, and may even out produce or dethrone him before it's all said and done.
Bernard Scott RB Bengals
Every year he's on my list, every year he doesn't pan out. With Benson now in Green Bay.. could this be Scott's year?
Ronnie Brown RB Chargers
Good spot duty guy while AP and Mathews owners wait for those guys to heal.
Jonathan Dwyer RB Steelers
Isaac Redman is going to split time, and Dwyer's upside is much higher.
Greg Little WR Browns
Little is the top WR on this team, and is being heavily under drafted. He will find hid way onto my team once I fill all primary positions in the draft.
Davone Bess WR Dolphins
Davone Bess is easily the top Dolphins receiver and is going to be a sweet late round PPR WR.
Kyle Rudolph TE Vikings
Do you know who Rob Gronkowski's physical clone is? Kyle Rudolph's catch radius, strength and speed is eye opening, he has big sleeper breakout written all over him.
Martellus Bennett TE Giants
A far stronger athlete than Kevin Boss and Jake Ballard, whom Manning made fantasy relevant, you connect the dots?
Kellen Davis TE Bears
New O.C will will utilize him more than ever
Lance Kendricks TE Rams
New OC loves TE's.. He'll get 100+ targets this year, just not sure how many touchdowns.
Going way to late in the draft award goes to....
Michael Vick QB Eagles
Vick finally had a full off season healthy with his team and can light it up with his arm and legs... if you draft him be sure to back him up though...
Matt Ryan QB Falcons
New offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter plans to light it up and Ryan has been doing just that this preseason, I don't see it stopping.
Ryan Mathews RB Chargers
He'll only miss 2 to 4 weeks. I'm thinking more like 2. And he was in the "top5" RB talked all year until his broke his shoulder. Grab him when he falls to round 2/3 and pick up K Smith or Jennings late so you have a good backup plan for the opening weeks.
Doug Martin RB Buccaneers
Many are all over Trent Richardson, but Martin could make the biggest fantasy impact of any rookie RB.
Kevin Smith RB Lions
see Ryan Mathews
Peyton Hillis RB Chiefs
Red zone monster that will also get 12 to 14 (maybe even more) touches per game.
Percy Harvin WR Vikings
He gets return yards, rushing yards and receiving yards, so why is he drafted like a lower 20 WR?
Brandon Lloyd WR Patriots
Banner year ahead for Lloyd, draft him and smile with his horribly unjustified low ADP.
Jeremy Maclin WR Eagles
Slowed illness an injury last year Maclin was could have finished as a top 10 WR if not for his "bad luck".
Eric Decker WR Broncos
PPR target alert!
Torrey Smith WR Ravens
Smith could bypass Anquan Boldin as the Ravens’ No. 1 receiver.
Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Raiders
Check out his last five games, but the new system does have me a bit worried.
Fred Davis TE Redskins
Last year, Davis’ 66.3 yards per game were behind only Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham.
Greg Olsen TE Panthers
Could come in second to Steve Smith with Jeremy Shockey gone.